Suppose chords AB and CD of a circle intersect at a point P inside the circle. Two right angled DeltaA' P' B'

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Q 1780156017.     Suppose chords AB and CD of a circle intersect at
a point P inside the circle. Two right angled
DeltaA' P' B' and DeltaD.C'Q' D' are formed as shown in the
figures below such that A' P' = AP, B' P' BP,
C'Q' = CP, D'Q' DP and :A' P' B' = 90^0
=angleC'Q'D'.

Which of the following statements are not
correct?

1. DeltaA' P' B' and DeltaC' Q D' are similar triangles but need
not he congruent.
2. DeltaA'P' B' and DeltaC' Q' D'are congruent triangles.
3.DeltaA' P'B' and DeltaC'Q' D'arc triangles of same area.
4. DeltaA' P' B' and Delta.C' Q' D' are triangles of same
perimeter.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below.
CDS 2016
A

text(2 and 3)

B

text(1 and 3)

C

text(1. 2 ancl 4)

D

text(1. 2. 3 and 4)

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