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# Carpet Strategy in Geometry | Watch and Learn Here is a video solution for a Problem based on Carpet Strategy in Geometry. This problem is helpful for Math Olympiad, ISI & CMI Entrance, and other math contests. Watch and Learn!

Here goes the question…

Suppose ABCD is a square and X is a point on BC such that AX and DX are joined to form a triangle AXD. Similarly, there is a point Y on AB such that DY and CY are joined to form the triangle DYC. Compare the area of the triangles to the area of the square.

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Here is a video solution for a Problem based on Carpet Strategy in Geometry. This problem is helpful for Math Olympiad, ISI & CMI Entrance, and other math contests. Watch and Learn!

Here goes the question…

Suppose ABCD is a square and X is a point on BC such that AX and DX are joined to form a triangle AXD. Similarly, there is a point Y on AB such that DY and CY are joined to form the triangle DYC. Compare the area of the triangles to the area of the square.

We will recommend you to try the problem yourself.

Done?

Let’s see the solution in the video below:

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