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Yes Bobbym you are right. Would you like to explain me, Thanks

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number of real solution of

Thanks Thickhead for nice explanation

Yes Thickhead, Yould you like to explain me , Thanks

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The number of triangle which are obtuse and points

are the feet ofperpendiculars drawn from vertices on the opposite sides is

Thanks Thickhead.

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If

Then arrangement of

in increasing oreder of magnitude, isThanks thickhead nice explanation.

Yes thickhead right answer, would you like to explain me, Thanks.

Yes I mean

Yes Thickhead.

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In a Triangle

If Then angle is/ areoptions ::

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d) None of these.

Thanks Thickhead for Nice solution.

Special Thanks for second one.

Thanks Thickhead for nice solution.

I have solved like this way

Using

So for minimum value

must be maximumWhich is possible when

So we get

Yes Thickhead, Right answer, Would you like to explain me, Thanks

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If

Then minimum value of**jacks**- Replies: 5

If

and Then in terms of andThanks Thickhead for nice solution.

Thanks thickhead , would you like to explain me.

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Which one is greater

orwithout using log table or calculator

Thanks thickhead , I have got it.

Yes bobbym you are right, answer should be not equal to 1

Thanks bobbym, bob bundy, Thickhead

but answer given as 1

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In an obtuse angle triangle , The obtuse angle is

and other two anglesare equal to two values of

satisfyingwhere

ThenOptions:: ac,2ac,a/c and none of these

(These are above 4 options only one is right)

Thanks

Thanks thickhead and bobbyhead got it

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If

are the roots of the equation Then value of