If a quadrilateral `ABCD` is such that `vec(AB) = vec(b) , vec(AD) =vec(d)` and `vec(AC) = m vec(b) + p vec(d) (m+

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Q 2242791633.     If a quadrilateral `ABCD` is such that `vec(AB) = vec(b) , vec(AD) =vec(d)` and

`vec(AC) = m vec(b) + p vec(d) (m+ p ge 1)` then the area of quadrilateral is `....................`
A

`1/2 (p-m) |vec(b) xx vec(d) |`

B

`1/2 (p+m) |vec(b) xx vec(d) |`

C

`1/-2 (p+m) |vec(b) xx vec(d) |`

D

`- 1/2 (p+m) |vec(b) xx vec(d) |`

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