# FRANK Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 13 - Inequalities in Triangles

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## Chapter 13 - Inequalities in Triangles Exercise Ex. 13.1

Question 1(a)

Name the greatest and the smallest sides in the following triangles:

ABC, = 56o, B = 64o and C = 60o.

Solution 1(a)

Question 1(b)

Name the greatest and the smallest sides in the following triangles:

DEF, D = 32o, E = 56o and F = 92o.

Solution 1(b)

Question 1(c)

Name the greatest and the smallest sides in the following triangles:

XYZ, X = 76o, Y = 84o.

Solution 1(c)

Question 2(a)

Arrange the sides of the following triangles in an ascending order:

ABC, A = 45o, B = 65o.

Solution 2(a)

Question 2(b)

Arrange the sides of the following triangles in an ascending order:

DEF, D = 38o, E = 58o.

Solution 2(b)

Question 3
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Question 4

In a triangle ABC, BC = AC and A = 35°. Which is the smallest side of the triangle?

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Question 5

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Question 6

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Question 7

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Question 8

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Question 9

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Question 10

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Question 11

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Question 12

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Question 13

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Question 14

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Question 15

n the given figure, QPR = 50o and PQR = 60o. Show that :

a. PN < RN

b. SN < SR

Solution 15

Question 16

In ABC, BC produced to D, such that, AC = CD; BAD = 125o and ACD = 105o. Show that BC > CD.

Solution 16

Question 17(a)

In PQR, PSQR ; prove that:

PQ > QS and PQ > PS

Solution 17(a)

Question 17(b)

In PQR, PSQR ; prove that:

PR > PS

Solution 17(b)

Question 17(c)

In PQR, PSQR ; prove that:

PQ + PR > QR and PQ + QR >2PS.

Solution 17(c)

Question 18

In the given figure, T is a point on the side PR of triangle PQR. Show that

a. PT < QT

b. RT < QT

Solution 18

Question 19

In PQR is a triangle and S is any point in its interior. Prove that SQ + SR < PQ + PR.

Solution 19

Question 20

Prove that in an isosceles triangle any of its equal sides is greater than the straight line joining the vertex to any point on the base of the triangle.

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Question 21

ABC in a isosceles triangle with AB = AC. D is a point on BC produced. ED intersects AB at E and AC at F. Prove that AF > AE.

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Question 22

In ABC, AE is the bisector of BAC. D is a point on AC such that AB = AD. Prove that BE = DE and ABD > C.

Solution 22

Question 23

In ABC, D is a point in the interior of the triangle. Prove that DB + DC < AB + AC.

Solution 23

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