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Topic: Ultimate Geometrical problem.
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Ultimate Geometrical problem.
Posted: Nov 15, 2010 7:14 PM
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An irregular s-sided polygon area is formed on a graph by the following lines:-
y = m1x+c1, y = m2x+c2, y = m3x+c3 to y = msx+cs
Here all the numerals and s are subscripts.
Develop an expression for its area in terms of m's and c's.

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