Q 1: If, in a triangle, 70 degrees, 55 degrees and 55 degrees represents its angles, then the triangle is a (an) ________. Right angled isosceles triangle Acute angled isosceles triangle Obtuse angled isosceles triangle

Q 2: The sides of a triangle are given by 26/2 cm, 39/3 cm, 52/4 cm. The triangle is a (an) _________ triangle. Answer:

Q 3: A triangle whose angles are given by 75 degrees, 45 degrees and 60 degrees is a (an) ________ angled triangle. Answer:

Q 4: If the angles of a triangle in degree measure are 60, 120/2 and 180/3, then it is a (an) _________ triangle. Answer:

Q 5: The point of concurrence of the medians of a triangle is called the _______ of the triangle. excentres orthocentre centroid

Q 6: The angles of a triangle in degree measures are 60, 56 and 64. The triangle is a (an) ___________ angled triangle. Obtuse Right Acute

Q 7: A triangle can be drawn using any three independent parts of it. True False

Q 8: There are ____ parts of a triangle. Three Two Six

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