Two equilateral triangles of side 2 cm area joined to form a quadrilateral. The altitude of the quadrilateral, thus formed, is equal to |
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(a) |
3 cm |
(b) |
4 cm |
(c) |
6 cm |
(d) |
8 cm |

Two equilateral triangles of side 2 cm area joined to form a quadrilateral. The altitude of the quadrilateral, thus formed, is equal to |
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(a) |
3 cm |
(b) |
4 cm |
(c) |
6 cm |
(d) |
8 cm |

1 Answer

127 votes

Area of gm = sum of area of the two triangles

=

Let the length of the altitude be cm.

Then, m.

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