CBSE Class 10 Maths Triangles
In ∆ABC, DE is parallel to BC. If AE = x cm, EC = (x − 2) cm, AD = (x + 2) cm and DB = (x − 1) cm, then find the value of x.
In triangle KMN, PQ intersects KM and KN at P and Q, respectively, such that KP = 1.4 cm, KM = 5.6 cm, KN = 7.2 cm and PQ is parallel to MN. Find KQ.
In ∆ABC, DE||BC and AD/DB = 3/5. If AC = 5.6 cm, find AE.
In DKMN, PQ||MN. If KP / PM = 4 /13 and KN = 20.4 cm. Find KQ.
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Using Basic Proportionality Theorem, prove that a line drawn through the mid-point of one side of a triangle parallel to another side bisects the third side. [NCERT]
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- In the figure of ∆ABC ,DC ||AB. If AD = 2x ,DC = X +3, BC = 2x-1 and CE =X, then find the value of X.
- In three line segments OA, OB and OC,points L,M,Nrespectively are so shosen that LM ll AB and MN ll BC but neither of L, M nor of A,B,C are collinear. Show that LN ll AC.
- E and F are points on the sides PQ and PR respectively of a PQR. State whether EF || QR. PE = 3.9cm, EQ = 3cm, PF =3.6cm and FR = 2.4cm.
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