Q. 273.6( 8 Votes )

# Diagonals of a parallelogram *ABCD* intersect at *O. AL* and *CM* are drawn perpendiculars to *BD* such that *L* and *M* lie on *BD*. Is *AL* = *CM*? Why or why not?

Answer :

AL and CM are perpendiculars on diagonal BD.

AL = CM [In a parallelogram length of perpendiculars drawn on diagonal from opposite vertices are equal]

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