Subject: Math, asked on 19/10/17

​The Experts, MeritNation In the Try these of Maths Book 7 (NCERT) in Page number 130 there is a question: Find the unknown length x in the following figures (Fig 6.29): (vi) When I solved this, I got 2 different answers: Please see the statement as my doubt written at the bottom... Solution 1) ​Solution 2) But, I my doubt is that whether the following question is correct? If yes which is the right and accurate answer. I want only the experts to clarify my fol'lowing doubt... Waiting for Experts response. Please do it as soon as possible... Thanking You! ​ Yours Faithfully, Santanu Sahoo ​

Subject: Math, asked on 16/8/17

NCERT class 7 chapter 6 try these

Subject: Math, asked on 26/9/13

Why are there no NCERT solutions of try these ? Because, in chapter congruence of triangles there is mainly try these and only 2 exercises .

Subject: Math, asked on 12/6/16

Chapter 5 lines and angles. Try these solutions of page no. 101, 104, 105, 109 and 110. Please answer fast.

Subject: Math, asked on 25/5/15

maths 1 chapter full try these ansgers cbse class 7

Subject: Math, asked on 2/5/15

--=                   ++=             -+=              +-=

Subject: Math, asked on 21/11/18

In the given figure Abcd is a rectangle with length (p2q-5) and breadth (q2+4p)findthe area of shaded triangle pab

Subject: Math, asked on 8/7/10

Give three examples of shapes with no line of symmetry.

Subject: Math, asked on 21/7/15

find the mean of first five whole numbers

Subject: Math, asked on 24/4/17

Kindly add this book soultions Britannica learning Maths sight -Book 7 - Jharna De / Ranjana Kumar.

Subject: Math, asked on 22/6/10

What letters of the English alphabet have reflectional symmetry (i.e., symmetry related to mirror reflection) about. (a) a vertical mirror (b) a horizontal mirror (c) both horizontal and vertical mirrors

Subject: Math, asked on 7/1/14

answer the try these which is given on pg 140 of maths ncert book of class 7th

Subject: Math, asked on 26/10/13

try these page 129-130 (vi)plz class 7

Subject: Math, asked on 9/9/11

write the: side opposite to the vertex Q of trianglePQR                  angle opposite to the side LM of triangleLMN                  vertex opposite to the side RT of triangleRST

Subject: Math, asked on 16/2/16

ABC is an isosceles triangle with AB = AC and AD is one of its altitude. a) state the three pairs of equal parts in triangle ADB and triangle ADC  b) is triangke ADB = tri ADC  give reason c) is angle B = angle C why or why not/? d) is Bd = CD? why or why not?

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