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In triangle ABC, medians AD and BE are drawn. If AD=4, and , then the area of the △ABC is

Hint:

**Every triangle has 3 medians, one from each vertex**. AE, BF and CD are the 3 medians of the triangle ABC. The 3 medians always meet at a single point, no matter what the shape of the triangle is. The point where the 3 medians meet is called the centroid of the triangle.

## The correct answer is:

### Given; $AD=4,$ and $BD=DC$
Since the centroid $O$ divides the line $AD$ in the ratio $2:1$
$∴AO= $
In $△ABO,$

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