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# ABCD is a quadrilateral whose diagonal AC divides it into two parts, equal in area. Then, ABCD

A. Is a rectangle

B. is a rhombus

C. is a parallelogram

D. need not be any of (A), (B), (C)

Answer :

Quadrilateral is any closed figure which has four sides.

Rhombus, Rectangle, Parallelograms are few Quadrilaterals.

When a Diagonal AC of a quadrilateral divides it into two parts of equal areas, it is not necessary for the figure to be a Rhombus or a Rectangle or a Parallelogram, it can be any Quadrilateral.

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