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Gaurav Seth 3 hours ago

<pre>
tan 40 * tan 80* tan 20=(sin 40 *sin 80) * sin 20 /(cos 40 *cos 80 ) cos 20</pre>

now, multiplying numerator and denominator by 2,

=(2*sin 40*sin 80) *sin 20 /(2 cos 40*cos 80) cos 20]

=(cos 40- cos 120)*sin 20/( (cos 120+ cos 40) cos 20

=(2 cos 40 +1) sin 20 /(2 cos 40-1) cos 20

=(2 cos 40*sin 20 +sin 20) /(2 cos 40 cos 20 -cos 20)

=(sin 60 -sin 20 +sin 20)/ (cos 60+sin 20-sin 20)

= sin 60/cos 60

=tan 60.

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Nikki Singh☺️😊 14 hours ago

No. of subset = 2^ n where n is no. Of elements
Therefore, it has 8 subset
(Phi),(a) , (b) , ( c) , ( a,b) , (a,c) , ( b,c) , ( a,b,c)

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Same question coming in my xam
And i got same answer.

Keshav Bindal 17 hours ago

By Using, n(A U B) = n(A) + n(B) - n(A intersection B) . n(A-B) = n(A) - n(A intersection B)

Keshav Bindal 18 hours ago

i) 30-14 = 16 .
ii) Students who eat apple = 50-30+16 = 36 .
Students who eat apple, but not drink juice = 36-16 = 20

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Are ye que mera xam m aaya tha aaj
My answer was 7 / 25

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Adarsh Thakur 1 day, 20 hours ago

Firstly u take reciprocal of this value then rationalise the answers is in the form of a+ib

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Rajat Sharma 1 day, 14 hours ago

Just calculate the distance between ab BC and CA uses distance formula then you will get the measurement of two of the sides equal hence prove that it is an isosceles triangle

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