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## Know More About :- Cross Products Of Vectors

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All triangles have a circumcircle, but not all quadrilaterals do. An example of a quadrilateral that cannot be cyclic is a non-square rhombus. The section characterizations below states what necessary and sufficient conditions a quadrilateral must satisfy to have a circumcircle. Theorem 1: Opposite Angles of a Cyclic Quadrilateral will add up to 1800 (Supplementary to One Another), i.e., their sum would equals to two right angles. Lets consider a cyclic quad ABCD. Join the diagonals AC and BD. Proof: As we can see here, 3 angles in any triangle would sum up to two 900 angles, in ABC, ABC + BCA + CAB = Two Right Angles eqn (1). In a circle inscribed angles having common circumference and base are congruent to each other. Thus, CAB = BDC and BCA = ADB. Therefore, we can write: ADC = ADB + BDC =BCA + CAB eqn (2) By using eqn (1), we have BCA + CAB = Two Right AnglesABC eqn (3), Equating equation (2) and equation (3), we get

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