Good day,.,.can anyone please help me with the proof of this???thnx
If a quadrilateral is circumscribable, then the sum of the lengths of two opposite sides equals the sum of the lengths of the sides of the two remaining sides.
Good day,.,.can anyone please help me with the proof of this???thnx
If a quadrilateral is circumscribable, then the sum of the lengths of two opposite sides equals the sum of the lengths of the sides of the two remaining sides.
,.,.that's the thing that is making me confuse sir,.,coz i can't somehow imagine the diagram,.isn't the sum of two opposite sides longer than the sum of the other two???im confused,.,.can u help me sir??thnx
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Look at the first diagram. You want to prove that