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Q: E is the midpoint of ab and db is a diagonal of parallelogram abcd what is the ratio of areas of triangle Δabd to parallelogram abcd?

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It depends on the shape. A triangle and a parallelogram with these dimensions will have different areas.

the difference is you bxh for parallelogramand you (bxh)x2 fortrianglea triangle has 4 sides and a parallelogram has 3 obviously they have different areas silly goose. I would know i go to harvard math

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They both are areas. Just Kidding. Both of them have to have a height and length.

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