Q. I.

Fill in the blanks:
1) A triangle with no congruent sides is called a/an ______ triangle. 2) A triangle with one obtuse angle is called a/an ______ triangle. 3) In an isosceles triangle two ______ and two ______ are equal. 4) An acute triangle has ______ acute angles. 5) The triangle formed by joining the diagonal of a square is a/an ______triangle.

Q. II. Write “True” or “False” for the following sentences:
1) A right angled triangle can never be equilateral. 2) A triangle can have more than one obtuse angle. 3) Every equilateral triangle is also an isosceles triangle. 4) The measure of each angle in an equilateral triangle is 600. 5) A triangle can have three angles as 900, 300 and 1200.

Q. III. In each of the following questions only one answer is correct. Circle the correct answer.
1) A triangle with sides 2a, 5a and 2a is called a/an a) scalene triangle b) right triangle c) isosceles triangle d) equilateral triangle. 2) A triangle with sides 5y, 6y and 7y is called a/an a) acute triangle b) isosceles triangle c) scalene triangle d) equilateral triangle. 3) A triangle with one angle as 920 is called a/an a) obtuse triangle b) right triangle c) scalene triangle d) acute triangle. 4) A triangle with two angles as 450 is called a/an a) acute triangle b)obtuse triangle c) scalene triangle d) isosceles triangle 5) A triangle having three angles as 600, 400 and 800 is called a/an a) obtuse triangle b)isosceles triangle c) acute triangle d)equilateral triangle.

Answers: A.I)
1) scalene 2) obtuse 3) sides, angles 4) three 5) right

A. II)
1) true 2) false 3) true 4) true 5) false

A. III)
1) c 2) c 3) a 4) d 5) c Tutoring Resource (Math worksheet) By SUMITA BOSE

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