- easy but i think i know smth wrong about it..could you please explain

the three occasions in the question...

four lengths of sides of a quadrilateral are given as a,b,c,d... what

is the sum of the lengths of two diagonals (e+f) when the

quadrilateral is

i) convex

ii)concave

iii)cross

how does it differ?

thanx a lot... - --- In Hyacinthos@y..., "yagcimustafa" <yagcimustafa@y...> wrote:
> easy but i think i know smth wrong about it..could you please

explain

> the three occasions in the question...

what

> four lengths of sides of a quadrilateral are given as a,b,c,d...

> is the sum of the lengths of two diagonals (e+f) when the

of course we cannot find what the sum of the diagonals is...but i

> quadrilateral is

> i) convex

> ii)concave

> iii)cross

> how does it differ?

> thanx a lot...

meant: what interval can we talk about? you can explain it by numbers

without using a,b,c,d if you wish...