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c   Which cannot be the third side of a triangle which has two sides as 4 cm and 9 cm?   c View Solution
c   Select the measurements that match the sides of a triangle.   c View Solution
c   Which of the following does not represent the lengths of the sides of a triangle?
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c   Which cannot be the third side of a triangle which has two sides as 6 cm and 8 cm?   c View Solution
c   Select the wrong statement/statements for a right triangle.
1. Sum of the legs is always greater than the hypotenuse.
2. One leg = square root of the product of the sum and difference of the hypotenuse and the other leg
3. One leg is always greater than the other.
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c   The difference of any two sides of a triangle is
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c   Choose the way(s) that would make ΔABC isosceles.
1. By increasing A
2. By decreasing C
3. By increasing C
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c   Select the correct statement(s) with respect to a triangle.
I. Sides containing the smallest angle will be larger than the third side.
II. Sides containing the largest angle will be longer than the third side.
III. Sum of the lengths of the smaller sides will be less than the length of the larger side.   c
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c   What is the ascending order for the lengths of the sides of ΔABC?   c View Solution
c   Select the correct statement/statements.
1. BC is always greater than 8 cm.
2. BC is always equal to 8 cm.
3. BC is always greater than 2 cm.
4. BC is always less than 8 cm.   c
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c   If A is the largest angle in ΔABC, then which of the following can be the length of BC?   c View Solution
c   Sides PQ and PR are produced and SQR > TRQ. What is the relationship between PQ and PR?
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c   Arrange the angles of ΔABC in descending order.
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c   The side lengths of a triangle are 5 cm, 7 cm and z cm respectively. Which of the following is true?
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c   Which of the following cannot be the length of BC?
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c   Which of the following can be the length of BC?   c View Solution
c   Which of the following can be the length of BC?   c View Solution
c   AB > BC > CA. What could be the measures of A, B and C respectively?   c View Solution
c   In a triangle, the smallest angle is 40o. The largest angle is   c View Solution
c   In ΔABC, p cm and h cm are the perimeter and the sum of the altitudes of the triangle. Then what is the relationship between p and h?   c View Solution
c   In ΔABC, let p cm and r cm denote the perimeter and the sum of its medians respectively. What is the relationship between p and r?   c View Solution
c   In ΔABC, A = 68o, B = 52o. Which is the greatest side?   c View Solution
c   In a triangle, which is the side opposite to the obtuse angle?   c View Solution
c   In ΔPQR, PQ = PR, Q = 65o. Find the relationship between QR and PR.   c View Solution
c   In ΔABC, mA = 42, mB = 78. What is the relationship between AC and AB?   c View Solution
c   In ΔXYZ, X = 42o and Y = 52o. The bisectors of X and Y meet at O. Which of the following is true?
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c   In the figure, x is a whole number. What is the smallest possible value for x?
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ee  mA = 50, mC = 50, mB = 80, AB = 6 cm, BC = 7 cm. These measures represent ---------------
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