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Prove that the paralellogram circumscibing a circle is rhombus?


Question asked by: akshay

Asked on: 01 Aug 2008

If you draw a circle, and then draw inside of that this shape such that it touches the edges and then measure them, you will see that they are all of the same length and therefore that it is indeed a rhombus.

Drawing it with this sort of thing is always the easiest thing to do.

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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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