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Mid Point Theorem

Quadrilaterals
Maths
Class 9

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Proving the Mid-Point Theorem

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In the figure, given below, is mid-point of is mid-point of and . Prove that:

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If are the mid-points of , of and then =

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The adjoining figure shows a trapezium in which side is parallel to side . and are mid-points of diagonals and respectively, joined and produced meets at point . Then:

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P is mid point of the side of a parallelogram ABCD. A line through parallel to intersect at  and produced at Prove that and

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In the quadrilateral (3) given below, ,  and  are mid point of of non-parallel sides  and  respectively. Calculate
if and

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State true or false:

In the given figure, the diagonals and intersect at point . If and , then
is a parallelogram.

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In trapezium in parallel to and the mid-points of and respectively. produced meets produced at point . Prove that:
is parallel to .

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In the figure given, are mid-points of the sides   respectively and . Prove that is a parallelogram. Calculate if

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In the fig; we have X and Y are the mid-points of AC and BC and , then

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The side of a triangle is produced to point so that is the mid-point of and produced meets at . Lines through and are drawn parallel to which meet at point respectively. Prove that:

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