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Yatin Saraiya

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A quadrilateral problem
Posted: Feb 17, 1993 2:24 PM
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From walter!bogus Wed Sep 23 17:36:09 1992
From: Richard_Crandall (Richard Crandall)
Subject: Geometry conundrum
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 92 16:53:53 -0400
Newsgroups: bcr.mre.msgs

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>From: Richard_Crandall (Richard Crandall)
Subject: Geometry conundrum

A colleague of mine has posed this fascinating problem:

Take an arbitrary quadrilateral (four-sided figure) and
construct a square on each of the four edges. Each
square has its side flush with the respective edge.
Make a cross by connecting alternate centers of the squares.

Now, true or false:

"The two legs of the cross are always perpendicular."
"The two legs of the cross are always of equal length."

-rec

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