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If x=8ab/(a+b) find the value of x+4a/x−4a+x+4b/x−4b

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If x=2ab/(a+b) find the value of x+a/x−a+x+b/x−b

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If (11a2 + 13b2) (11c2 – 13d2) = (11a2 – 13b2) (11c2 + 13d2), prove that a: b :: c: d.

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If (ma + nb): b :: (mc + nd): d, prove that a, b, c, d are in proportion.

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If (pa + qb) : (pc + qd) :: (pa – qb) : (pc – qd) prove that a : b : : c : d

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Question 3. If (4a + 5b) (4c – 5d) = (4a – 5d) (4c + 5d), prove that a, b, c, d are in proporton.

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(i) If 5x+7y/5u+7v=5x−7y/5u−7v , Show that x/y=u/v (ii) 8a−5b/8c−5d=8a+5b/8c+5d , prove that a/b=c/d

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If a : b : : c : d, prove that (i) (2a+5b) /(2a−5b)=(2c+5d)/(2c−5d) (ii)( 5a+11b)/(5c+11d) =(5a−11b) /(5c−11d) (iii) (2a + 3b)(2c – 3d) = (2a – 3b)(2c + 3d) (iv) (la + mb) : (lc + mb) :: (la – mb) : (lc – mb)

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If a, b, c, d are in continued proportion, prove that: (i) (a3+b3+c3) /(b3+c3+d3) =a/d (ii) (a2 – b2) (c2 – d2) = (b2 – c2)2 (iii) (a + d) (b + c) – (a + c) (b + d) = (b – c)2 (iv) a: d = triplicate ratio of (a – b): (b – c) (v) [ (a-b) /c+(a-c) /b]2 – [(d-b) /c +(d-c) /b)] 2 =(a-d) 2(1/c2-1/b2)

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If a, b, c are in continued proportion, prove that: (a+b)/(b+c) =a2(b-c) /b2(a-b) (ii) 1/a3+1/b3+1/c3=a/b2c2+ b/c2a2+c/a2b2 (iii) a: c = (a2 + b2): (b2 + c2) (iv) a2b2c2 (a-4 + b-4 + c-4) = b-2 (a4 + b4 + c4) (v) abc (a + b + c)3 = (ab + bc + ca)3 (vi) (a + b + c) (a – b + c) = a2 + b2 + c2

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