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Verify, whether D is the midpoint of AG
We will be using the concept of midpoint to solve this.
From the given figure,
We have, AG = 7 cm – 1 cm = 6 cm
AD = 4 cm – 1 cm = 3 cm
DG = 7 cm – 4 cm = 3 cm
AD + DG = 3cm + 3cm = 6 cm
Therefore, AG = AD + DG.
where, AD = DG = 3cm
Hence, D is the midpoint of AG
You can also use the online Midpoint Calculator to solve this.
NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 5 Exercise 5.1 Question 5
Verify, whether D is the midpoint of AG.
We conclude that D is the midpoint of AG in the given figure.
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