The chapter congruence of triangles is very easy.

In triangle ABC, altitudes are drawn from the vertices B and C on AC and AB respectively such that BL=CM. Prove that Triangle BCM congruent triangle CBL.

Kindly give answer to the above question?

what is the difference between ASA and AAS congreunce critaria? and AAS is not mentioned in study material but given in chapter test. Q6

What is the side included between the angles M and N of triangle MNP ?

ABC and DBC are both isosceles tringles on a common base BC such that A and D lie on the same side of Bc. Are triangles ADB and ADC congruent? Which condition do you use? If angle BAC = 40 degrees and angle BDC = 100 degrees then find angle ADB

what do you mean by ASA congruence criterion

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

draw a rough skecth of two triangles such that they have five pairs of congruent parts but still the triangles are not congruent

In the adjoining figure, AB = AC and BD = DC. Prove that ΔADB ≅ ΔADC and hence show that

(i) ∠ADB = ∠ADC = 90°, (ii) ∠BAD = ∠CAD.

The chapter congruence of triangles is very easy.

In triangle ABC, altitudes are drawn from the vertices B and C on AC and AB respectively such that BL=CM. Prove that Triangle BCM congruent triangle CBL.

Kindly give answer to the above question?

what is the difference between ASA and AAS congreunce critaria? and AAS is not mentioned in study material but given in chapter test. Q6

What is the side included between the angles M and N of triangle MNP ?

ABC and DBC are both isosceles tringles on a common base BC such that A and D lie on the same side of Bc. Are triangles ADB and ADC congruent? Which condition do you use? If angle BAC = 40 degrees and angle BDC = 100 degrees then find angle ADB

what do you mean by ASA congruence criterion

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

draw a rough skecth of two triangles such that they have five pairs of congruent parts but still the triangles are not congruent