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the answer should be equilateralbecause we have studied everywhere that two equilateral triangle(with same length) are kept such as there one side of both the triangle are adjacent , is a square

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is this answer correct ?what is the answer.....correct or no

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I don't think the answer is correct

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aarav parikh take every box from right and solve the answer436 B

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436 B

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B is the answer to this question

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cool

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but if we look carefully the circle has a horizontal line that is not in the centre

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Sreejith kingswood from UK: There are 3 figures have ahttps://www.sofolympiadtrainer.com/user/endTest/resultReport

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Only Π is irrational because 22/7 is a fraction in p/q form.

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Yes the correct answer is π because 22/7 is of the form p/q and if we use π the its value will be 3.14 appox it doesn't have proper value by this we can say that 22/7 is rational number and π is an irrational number

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Only Π is irrational because 22/7 is a fraction in p/q form.

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