When we start constructing a quadrilateral with 2 diagonals and 3 sides known, in how many ways can the construction be started?
To construct a quadrilateral, we need to construct two triangles.
As, both the diagonals are known, construction can be started by making any of the two triangles.
Thus, there are two ways to construct this quadrilateral.
We know the lengths of two adjacent sides and three angles in a quadrilateral. In how many ways can the construction be started?
If 3 sides and a diagonal are provided to construct a quadrilateral, 2nd diagonal can be of any length.
2 sides and 2 diagonals are given to construct a unique quadrilateral. How many more pieces of data needs to be provided to construct a unique quadrilateral?