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Here we are providing case study questions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 6 Lines and Angles. Students are suggested to solve the questions by themselves first and then check the answers. This will help students to check their grasp on this particular chapter Triangles.
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Questions 1:
ΔABC is an isosceles triangle in which ∠B = ∠C and LM   BC. If ∠A = 50º.
(i) The quadrilateral LMCB is (A) Trapezium (B) Square (C) rectangle (D) rhombus
(ii) The value of ∠LMC is: (A) 65º (B) 115º (C) 130º (D) 100º
(iii) The value of ∠ALM is: (A) 130º (B) 80º (C) 65º (D) 100º
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Significance of Mathematics in Class 9
Mathematics is an important subject for students of all ages. It helps students to develop problemsolving and criticalthinking skills, and to think logically and creatively. In addition, mathematics is essential for understanding and using many other subjects, such as science, engineering, and finance.
CBSE Class 9 is an important year for students, as it is the foundation year for the Class 10 board exams. In Class 9, students learn many important concepts in mathematics that will help them to succeed in their board exams and in their future studies. Therefore, it is essential for students to understand and master the concepts taught in Class 9 Mathematics .
Case studies in Class 9 Mathematics
A case study in mathematics is a detailed analysis of a particular mathematical problem or situation. Case studies are often used to examine the relationship between theory and practice, and to explore the connections between different areas of mathematics. Often, a case study will focus on a single problem or situation and will use a variety of methods to examine it. These methods may include algebraic, geometric, and/or statistical analysis.
Example of Case study questions in Class 9 Mathematics
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has included case study questions in the Class 9 Mathematics paper. This means that Class 9 Mathematics students will have to solve questions based on reallife scenarios. This is a departure from the usual theoretical questions that are asked in Class 9 Mathematics exams.
The following are some examples of case study questions from Class 9 Mathematics:
Class 9 Mathematics Case study question 1
There is a square park ABCD in the middle of Saket colony in Delhi. Four children Deepak, Ashok, Arjun and Deepa went to play with their balls. The colour of the ball of Ashok, Deepak, Arjun and Deepa are red, blue, yellow and green respectively. All four children roll their ball from centre point O in the direction of XOY, X’OY, X’OY’ and XOY’ . Their balls stopped as shown in the above image.
Answer the following questions:
Answer Key:
Class 9 Mathematics Case study question 2
 Now he told Raju to draw another line CD as in the figure
 The teacher told Ajay to mark ∠ AOD as 2z
 Suraj was told to mark ∠ AOC as 4y
 Clive Made and angle ∠ COE = 60°
 Peter marked ∠ BOE and ∠ BOD as y and x respectively
Now answer the following questions:
 2y + z = 90°
 2y + z = 180°
 4y + 2z = 120°
 (a) 2y + z = 90°
Class 9 Mathematics Case study question 3
 (a) 31.6 m²
 (c) 513.3 m³
 (b) 422.4 m²
Class 9 Mathematics Case study question 4
How to Answer Class 9 Mathematics Case study questions
To crack case study questions, Class 9 Mathematics students need to apply their mathematical knowledge to reallife situations. They should first read the question carefully and identify the key information. They should then identify the relevant mathematical concepts that can be applied to solve the question. Once they have done this, they can start solving the Class 9 Mathematics case study question.
Students need to be careful while solving the Class 9 Mathematics case study questions. They should not make any assumptions and should always check their answers. If they are stuck on a question, they should take a break and come back to it later. With some practice, the Class 9 Mathematics students will be able to crack case study questions with ease.
Class 9 Mathematics Curriculum at Glance
At the secondary level, the curriculum focuses on improving students’ ability to use Mathematics to solve realworld problems and to study the subject as a separate discipline. Students are expected to learn how to solve issues using algebraic approaches and how to apply their understanding of simple trigonometry to height and distance problems. Experimenting with numbers and geometric forms, making hypotheses, and validating them with more observations are all part of Math learning at this level.
The suggested curriculum covers number systems, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, mensuration, statistics, graphing, and coordinate geometry, among other topics. Math should be taught through activities that include the use of concrete materials, models, patterns, charts, photographs, posters, and other visual aids.
CBSE Class 9 Mathematics (Code No. 041)
I  NUMBER SYSTEMS  10 
II  ALGEBRA  20 
III  COORDINATE GEOMETRY  04 
IV  GEOMETRY  27 
V  MENSURATION  13 
VI  STATISTICS & PROBABILITY  06 
Class 9 Mathematics question paper design
The CBSE Class 9 mathematics question paper design is intended to measure students’ grasp of the subject’s fundamental ideas. The paper will put their problemsolving and analytical skills to the test. Class 9 mathematics students are advised to go through the question paper pattern thoroughly before they start preparing for their examinations. This will help them understand the paper better and enable them to score maximum marks. Refer to the given Class 9 Mathematics question paper design.
QUESTION PAPER DESIGN (CLASS 9 MATHEMATICS)
1.  Exhibit memory of previously learned material by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts, and answers. Demonstrate understanding of facts and ideas by organizing, comparing, translating, interpreting, giving descriptions, and stating main ideas  43  54 
2.  Solve problems to new situations by applying acquired knowledge, facts, techniques and rules in a different way.  19  24 
3.  Examine and break information into parts by identifying motives or causes. Make inferences and find evidence to support generalizations Present and defend opinions by making judgments about information, validity of ideas, or quality of work based on a set of criteria. Compile information together in a different way by combining elements in a new pattern or proposing alternative solutions  18  22 
80  100 
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CBSE Case Study Questions for Class 9 Maths are a type of assessment where students are given a realworld scenario or situation and they need to apply mathematical concepts to solve the problem. These types of questions help students to develop their problemsolving skills and apply their knowledge of mathematics to reallife situations.
Chapter Wise Case Based Questions for Class 9 Maths
The CBSE Class 9 Case Based Questions can be accessed from Chapetrwise Links provided below:
Chapterwise casebased questions for Class 9 Maths are a set of questions based on specific chapters or topics covered in the maths textbook. These questions are designed to help students apply their understanding of mathematical concepts to realworld situations and events.
Chapter 1: Number System
 Case Based Questions: Number System
Chapter 2: Polynomial
 Case Based Questions: Polynomial
Chapter 3: Coordinate Geometry
 Case Based Questions: Coordinate Geometry
Chapter 4: Linear Equations
 Case Based Questions: Linear Equations  1
 Case Based Questions: Linear Equations 2
Chapter 5: Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry
 Case Based Questions: Lines and Angles
Chapter 7: Triangles
 Case Based Questions: Triangles
Chapter 8: Quadrilaterals
 Case Based Questions: Quadrilaterals  1
 Case Based Questions: Quadrilaterals  2
Chapter 9: Areas of Parallelograms
 Case Based Questions: Circles
Chapter 11: Constructions
 Case Based Questions: Constructions
Chapter 12: Heron’s Formula
 Case Based Questions: Heron’s Formula
Chapter 13: Surface Areas and Volumes
 Case Based Questions: Surface Areas and Volumes
Chapter 14: Statistics
 Case Based Questions: Statistics
Chapter 15: Probability
 Case Based Questions: Probability
Weightage of Case Based Questions in Class 9 Maths
Why are Case Study Questions important in Maths Class 9?
 Enhance critical thinking: Case study questions require students to analyze a reallife scenario and think critically to identify the problem and come up with possible solutions. This enhances their critical thinking and problemsolving skills.
 Apply theoretical concepts: Case study questions allow students to apply theoretical concepts that they have learned in the classroom to reallife situations. This helps them to understand the practical application of the concepts and reinforces their learning.
 Develop decisionmaking skills: Case study questions challenge students to make decisions based on the information provided in the scenario. This helps them to develop their decisionmaking skills and learn how to make informed decisions.
 Improve communication skills: Case study questions often require students to present their findings and recommendations in written or oral form. This helps them to improve their communication skills and learn how to present their ideas effectively.
 Enhance teamwork skills: Case study questions can also be done in groups, which helps students to develop teamwork skills and learn how to work collaboratively to solve problems.
In summary, case study questions are important in Class 9 because they enhance critical thinking, apply theoretical concepts, develop decisionmaking skills, improve communication skills, and enhance teamwork skills. They provide a practical and engaging way for students to learn and apply their knowledge and skills to reallife situations.
Class 9 Maths Curriculum at Glance
The Class 9 Maths curriculum in India covers a wide range of topics and concepts. Here is a brief overview of the Maths curriculum at a glance:
 Number Systems: Students learn about the real number system, irrational numbers, rational numbers, decimal representation of rational numbers, and their properties.
 Algebra: The Algebra section includes topics such as polynomials, linear equations in two variables, quadratic equations, and their solutions.
 Coordinate Geometry: Students learn about the coordinate plane, distance formula, section formula, and slope of a line.
 Geometry: This section includes topics such as Euclid’s geometry, lines and angles, triangles, and circles.
 Trigonometry: Students learn about trigonometric ratios, trigonometric identities, and their applications.
 Mensuration: This section includes topics such as area, volume, surface area, and their applications.
 Statistics and Probability: Students learn about measures of central tendency, graphical representation of data, and probability.
The Class 9 Maths curriculum is designed to provide a strong foundation in mathematics and prepare students for higher education in the field. The curriculum is structured to develop critical thinking, problemsolving, and analytical skills, and to promote the application of mathematical concepts in reallife situations. The curriculum is also designed to help students prepare for competitive exams and develop a strong mathematical base for future academic and professional pursuits.
Students can also access Case Based Questions of all subjects of CBSE Class 9
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What is casebased questions.
CaseBased Questions (CBQs) are openended problem solving tasks that require students to draw upon their knowledge of Maths concepts and processes to solve a novel problem. CBQs are often used as formative or summative assessments, as they can provide insights into how students reason through and apply mathematical principles in realworld problems.
What are casebased questions in Maths?
Casebased questions in Maths are problemsolving tasks that require students to apply their mathematical knowledge and skills to realworld situations or scenarios.
What are some common types of casebased questions in class 9 Maths?
Common types of casebased questions in class 9 Maths include word problems, realworld scenarios, and mathematical modeling tasks.
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CBSE Class 9th – MATHS: Chapterwise Case Study Question & Solution
Case study questions are a form of examination where students are presented with reallife scenarios that require the application of mathematical concepts to arrive at a solution. These questions are designed to assess students’ problemsolving abilities, critical thinking skills, and understanding of mathematical concepts in practical contexts.
Chapterwise Case Study Questions for Class 9 Maths
Case study questions play a crucial role in the field of mathematics education. They provide students with an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to realworld situations, thereby enhancing their comprehension of mathematical concepts. By engaging with case study questions, students develop the ability to analyze complex problems, make connections between different mathematical concepts, and formulate effective problemsolving strategies.
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 1 Number System
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 2 Polynomials
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 3 Coordinate Geometry
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 4 Linear Equations in Two Variables
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 5 Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 6 Lines and Angles
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 7 Triangles
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 8 Quadilaterals
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 9 Areas of Parallelograms and Triangles
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 10 Circles
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 11 Constructions
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 12 Heron’s Formula
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 13 Surface Area and Volumes
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 14 Statistics
 Case Study Questions for Chapter 15 Probability
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When tackling case study questions, it is essential to adopt a systematic approach. Here are some steps to help you approach and solve these types of questions effectively:
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 Visualize the problem using diagrams or charts if applicable.
 Use appropriate mathematical formulas and concepts to solve the problem.
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 Check your final answer and review the solution for accuracy and relevance to the case study.
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Case study questions offer a unique opportunity to apply mathematical knowledge in practical scenarios. By practicing these questions, you can enhance your problemsolving abilities, develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts, and boost your confidence for the Class 9 Maths board exams. Remember to approach each question systematically, apply the relevant concepts, and review your solutions for accuracy. Access the PDF resource provided to access a wealth of case study questions and further elevate your preparation.
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3  Chapter 3 

4  Chapter 4 

5  Chapter 5 

6  Chapter 6  Lines and Angles 
7  Chapter 7 

8  Chapter 8 

9  Chapter 9 

10  Chapter 10 

11  Chapter 11 

12  Chapter 12 

13  Chapter 13 

14  Chapter 14 

15  Chapter 15 

Important Topics Covered in Class 9 Maths Chapter 6
Introduction
Basic Terms And Definition
Intersecting Lines And NonIntersecting Lines
Pairs of Angles
Parallel Lines And Transversal Line
Lines Parallel To The Same Line
Angle Sum Property of A Triangle
Study Important Questions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 6  Lines and Angles
1. Measurement of reflex angle is
(i) ${90^\circ }$
(ii) between ${0^\circ }$ and ${90^\circ }$
(iii) between ${90^\circ }$ and ${180^\circ }$
(iv) between ${180^\circ }$ and ${360^\circ }$
Ans: (iv) between ${180^\circ }$ and ${360^\circ }$
2. The sum of angle of a triangle is
(i) ${0^\circ }$
(ii) ${90^\circ }$
(iii) ${180^\circ }$
(iv) none of these
Ans: (iii) ${180^\circ }$
3. In fig if ${\text{ x}} = {30^\circ }{\text{ }}$ then y =
(ii) ${180^\circ }$
(iii) ${150^\circ }$
(iv) ${210^\circ }$
Ans: (iii) ${150^\circ }$
4. If two lines intersect each other then
(i) Vertically opposite angles are equal
(ii) Corresponding angle are equal
(iii) Alternate interior angle are equal
(iv) None of these
Ans: (i) Vertically opposite angles are equal
5. The measure of Complementary angle of ${63^\circ }$ is
(a) ${30^\circ }$
(b) ${36^\circ }$
(c) ${27^\circ }$
(d) None of there
Ans: (c) ${27^\circ }$
6. If two angles of a triangle is ${30^\circ }$ and ${45^\circ }$ what is measure of third angle
(a) ${95^\circ }$
(b) ${90^\circ }$
(c) ${60^\circ }$
(d) ${105^\circ }$
Ans: (d) ${105^\circ }$
7. The measurement of Complete angle is
(a) ${0^\circ }$
(c) ${180^\circ }$
(d) ${360^\circ }$
Ans: (d) ${360^\circ }$
8. The measurement of sum of linear pair is
(a) ${180^\circ }$
(c) ${270^\circ }$
Ans: (a) ${180^\circ }$
9. The difference of two complementary angles is ${40^\circ }$. The angles are
(a) ${65^\circ },{35^\circ }$
(b) ${70^\circ },{30^\circ }$
(c) ${25^\circ },{65^\circ }$
(d) ${70^\circ },{110^\circ }$
Ans: (c) ${25^\circ },{65^\circ }$
10. Given two distinct points ${\text{P}}$ and ${\text{Q}}$ in the interior of $\angle ABC$, then $\overrightarrow {AB} $ will be
(a) In the interior of $\angle ABC$
(b) In the interior of $\angle ABC$
(c) On the $\angle ABC$
(d) On the both sides of $\overrightarrow {BA} $
Ans: (c) On the $\angle ABC$
11. The complement of ${(90  a)^0}$ is
(a) $  {a^0}$
(b) ${(90 + 2a)^0}$
(c) ${(90  a)^0}$
(d) ${a^0}$
Ans: (d) ${a^0}$
12. The number of angles formed by a transversal with a pair of lines is
13. In fig \[{L_1}\parallel {L_2}\] and $\angle 1\, = \,{52^ \circ }$ the measure of $\angle 2$ is.
(A) ${38^\circ }$
(B) ${128^\circ }$
(C) ${52^\circ }$
(D) ${48^\circ }$
Ans: (B) ${128^\circ }$
14. In $fig{\text{ x}} = {30^\circ }$ the value of Y is
(A) ${10^\circ }$
(B) ${40^\circ }$
(C) ${36^\circ }$
(D) ${45^\circ }$
Ans: (B) ${40^\circ }$
15. Which of the following pairs of angles are complementary angle?
(A) ${25^\circ },{65^\circ }$
(B) ${70^\circ },{110^\circ }$
(C) ${30^\circ },{70^\circ }$
(D) ${32.1^\circ },{47.9^\circ }$
Ans: (A) ${25^\circ },{65^\circ }$
16. In fig the measures of $\angle 1$ is.
(A) ${158^\circ }$
(B) ${138^\circ }$
(C) ${42^\circ }$
Ans: (C) ${42^\circ }$
17. In figure the measure of $\angle a$ is
(b) ${150^0}$
(c) ${15^\circ }$
(d) ${50^\circ }$
Ans: (a) ${30^\circ }$
18. The correct statement is
F point in common.
Ans: (c) Three points are collinear if all of them lie on a line.
19. One angle is five times its supplement. The angles are
(a) ${15^\circ },{75^\circ }$
(b) ${30^\circ },{150^\circ }$
(c) ${36^\circ },{144^0}$
(d) ${160^\circ },{40^\circ }$
Ans: (b) ${30^\circ },{150^\circ }$
20. In figure if and $\angle 1:\angle 2 = 1:2.$ the measure of $\angle 8$ is
(a) ${120^\circ }$
(b) ${60^\circ }$
(c) ${30^\circ }$
(d) ${45^\circ }$
Ans: (b) ${60^\circ }$
1. In Fig. 6.13, lines ${\text{AB}}$ and ${\text{CD}}$ intersect at $O.$ If $\angle {\text{AOC}} + \angle {\text{BOE}} = {70^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{BOD}} = {40^\circ }$, find $\angle {\text{BOE}}$ and reflex $\angle {\text{COE}}.$
Ans: According to the question given that, $\angle AOC + \angle BOE = {70^\circ }$ and $\angle BOD = {40^\circ }$ .
We need to find $\angle BOE$ and reflex $\angle COE$ .
According to the given figure, we can conclude that $\angle COB$ and $\angle AOC$ form a linear pair.
As we also know that sum of the angles of a linear pair is ${180^\circ }$ .
So, $\angle COB + \angle AOC = {180^\circ }$
Because, $\angle COB = \angle COE + \angle BOE$ , or
So, $\angle AOC + \angle BOE + \angle COE = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow {70^\circ } + \angle COE = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle COE = {180^\circ }  {70^\circ }$
$ = {110^\circ }.$
Reflex $\angle COE = {360^\circ }  \angle COE$
$ = {360^\circ }  {110^\circ }$
$ = {250^\circ }.$
$\angle AOC = \angle BOD$ (Vertically opposite angles), or
$\angle BOD + \angle BOE = {70^\circ }$
But, according to the question given that $\angle BOD = {40^\circ }$ .
${40^\circ } + \angle BOE = {70^\circ }$
$\angle BOE = {70^\circ }  {40^\circ }$
$ = {30^\circ }$ .
Hence, we can conclude that Reflex $\angle COE = {250^\circ }$ and $\angle BOE = {30^\circ }$ .
2. In the given figure, $\angle PQR = \angle PRQ$, then prove that $\angle PQS = \angle PRT$.
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Ans: According to the question we need to prove that $\angle PQS = \angle PRT$ .
According to the question given that $\angle PQR = \angle PRQ$ .
According to the given figure, we can conclude that $\angle PQS$ and $\angle PQR$ , and $\angle PRS$ and $\angle PRT$ form a linear pair.
So, $\angle PQS + \angle PQR = {180^\circ }$ , and(i)
$\angle PRQ + \angle PRT = {180^\circ }$ ..(ii)
According to the equations (i) and (ii), we can conclude that
$\angle PQS + \angle PQR = \angle PRQ + \angle PRT$
But, $\angle PQR = \angle PRQ.$
So, $\angle PQS = \angle PRT$
Hence, the desired result is proved.
3. In the given figure, find the values of ${\text{x}}$ and ${\text{y}}$ and then show that .
Ans: According to the question we need to find the value of $x$ and $y$ in the figure given below and then prove that
According to the figure, we can conclude that $y = {130^\circ }$ (Vertically opposite angles), and
$x$ and ${50^\circ }$ form a pair of linear pair.
As we also know that the sum of linear pair of angles is ${180^\circ }$ .
$x + {50^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$x = {130^\circ }$
$x = y = {130^\circ }$
According to the given figure, we can conclude that $x$ and $y$ form a pair of alternate interior angles parallel to the lines AB and CD.
Hence, we can conclude that $x = {130^\circ },y = {130^\circ }$ and.
4. In the given figure, if ${\text{AB}}{\text{CD}},{\text{CD}}{\text{EF}}$ and ${\text{y}}:{\text{z}} = 3:7$, find ${\text{x}}$.
Ans: According to the question given that, and $y:z = 3:7$ .
We need to find the value of $x$ in the figure given below.
As we also know that the lines parallel to the same line are also parallel to each other.
We can determine that .
Assume that, $y = 3a$ and $z = 7a$ .
We know that angles on same side of a transversal are supplementary.
So, $x + y = {180^\circ }.$
$x = z$ (Alternate interior angles)
$z + y = {180^\circ }$ , or $7a + 3a = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow 10a = {180^\circ }$
$a = {18^\circ }$ .
$z = 7a = {126^\circ }$
$y = 3a = {54^\circ }$
Now, $x + {54^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$x = {126^\circ }$
Hence, we can determine that $x = {126^\circ }$ .
5. In the given figure, if and $\angle PRD = {127^\circ }$, find ${\text{x}}$ and ${\text{y}}$.
Ans: According to the question given that, and $\angle PRD = {127^\circ }$ .
As we need to find the value of $x$ and $y$ in the figure.
$\angle APQ = x = {50^\circ }$ . (Alternate interior angles)
$\angle PRD = \angle APR = {127^\circ }$ . (Alternate interior angles)
$\angle APR = \angle QPR + \angle APQ$
${127^\circ } = y + {50^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow y = {77^\circ }$
Hence, we can determine that $x = {50^\circ }$ and $y = {77^\circ }$ .
6. In the given figure, sides QP and RQ of $\Delta {\text{PQR}}$ are produced to points ${\text{S}}$ and ${\text{T}}$ respectively. If $\angle {\text{SPR}} = {135^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{PQT}} = {110^\circ }$, find $\angle {\text{PRQ}}$.
Ans: According to the question given that, $\angle SPR = {135^\circ }$ and $\angle PQT = {110^\circ }$ .
As we need to find the value of $\angle PRQ$ in the figure given below.
According to the given figure, we can determine that $\angle SPR$ and $\angle RPQ$ , and $\angle SPR$ and $\angle RPQ$ form a linear pair.
As we also know that the sum of angles of a linear pair is ${180^\circ }$ .
$\angle SPR + \angle RPQ = {180^\circ }$ , and
$\angle PQT + \angle PQR = {180^\circ }$
${135^\circ } + \angle RPQ = {180^\circ }$ , and
${110^\circ } + \angle PQR = {180^\circ }$ , or
$\angle RPQ = {45^\circ }$ , and
$\angle PQR = {70^\circ }.$
According to the figure, we can determine that
$\angle PQR + \angle RPQ + \angle PRQ = {180^\circ }$ . (Angle sum property)
$ \Rightarrow {70^\circ } + {45^\circ } + \angle PRQ = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow {115^\circ } + \angle PRQ = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle PRQ = {65^\circ }$ .
Hence, we can determine that $\angle PRQ = {65^\circ }$ .
7. In the given figure, $\angle {\text{X}} = {62^\circ },\angle {\text{XYZ}} = {54^\circ }.$ If ${\text{YO}}$ and ${\text{ZO}}$ are the bisectors of $\angle {\text{XYZ}}$ and $\angle {\text{XZY}}$ respectively of $\Delta {\mathbf{XYZ}}$, find $\angle {\text{OZY}}$ and $\angle {\text{YOZ}}$.
Ans: According to the question given that, $\angle X = {62^\circ },\angle XYZ = {54^\circ }$ and YO and ZO are bisectors of $\angle XYZ$ and $\angle XZY$ , respectively.
As we need to find the value of $\angle OZY$ and $\angle YOZ$ in the figure.
According to the given figure, we can determine that in $\Delta XYZ$
$\angle X + \angle XYZ + \angle XZY = {180^\circ }$ (Angle sum property)
$ \Rightarrow {62^\circ } + {54^\circ } + \angle XZY = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow {116^\circ } + \angle XZY = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle XZY = {64^\circ }$ .
According to the question given that, OY and OZ are the bisectors of $\angle XYZ$ and $\angle XZY$ , respectively.
$\angle OYZ = \angle XYO = \dfrac{{{{54}^\circ }}}{2} = {27^\circ}$ , and
$\angle OZY = \angle XZO = \dfrac{{{{64}^\circ }}}{2} = {32^\circ }$
According to the figure, we can determine that in $\Delta OYZ$
$\angle OYZ + \angle OZY + \angle YOZ = {180^\circ }$ . (Angle sum property)
${27^\circ } + {32^\circ } + \angle YOZ = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow {59^\circ } + \angle YOZ = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle YOZ = {121^\circ }$ .
Hence, we can determine that $\angle YOZ = {121^\circ }$ and $\angle OZY = {32^\circ }{\text{. }}$
8. In the given figure, if ${\text{AB}}{\text{DE}},\angle {\text{BAC}} = {35^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{CDE}} = {53^\circ }$, find $\angle {\text{DCE}}$.
Ans: According to the question given that, and $\angle CDE = {53^\circ }$ .
As we need to find the value of $\angle DCE$ in the figure given below.
According to the given figure, we can determine that
$\angle BAC = \angle CED = {35^\circ }$ (Alternate interior angles)
According to the figure, we can determine that in $\Delta DCE$
$\angle DCE + \angle CED + \angle CDE = {180^\circ }$ . (Angle sum property)
$\angle DCE + {35^\circ } + {53^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle DCE + {88^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle DCE = {92^\circ }$ .
Hence, we can determine that $\angle DCE = {92^\circ }$ .
9. In the given figure, if lines PQ and RS intersect at point ${\text{T}}$, such that $\angle {\text{PRT}} = {40^\circ }$, $\angle {\text{RPT}} = {95^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{TSQ}} = {75^\circ }$, find $\angle {\text{SQT}}$.
Ans: According to the question given that, $\angle PRT = {40^\circ },\angle RPT = {95^\circ }$ and $\angle TSQ = {75^\circ }$ .
As we need to find the value of $\angle SQT$ in the figure.
According to the given figure, we can determine that in $\Delta RTP$
$\angle PRT + \angle RTP + \angle RPT = {180^\circ }$ (Angle sum property)
${40^\circ } + \angle RTP + {95^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle RTP + {135^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle RTP = {45^\circ }$ .
$\angle RTP = \angle STQ = {45^\circ }.$ (Vertically opposite angles)
According to the figure, we can determine that in $\Delta STQ$
$\angle SQT + \angle STQ + \angle TSQ = {180^\circ }$ . (Angle sum property)
$\angle SQT + {45^\circ } + {75^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle SQT + {120^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle SQT = {60^\circ }$ .
Hence, we can determine that $\angle SQT = {60^\circ }$ .
10. In fig lines ${\text{XY}}$ and ${\text{MN}}$ intersect at O If $\angle $ POY $ = {90^\circ }$ and ${\text{ab}} = 2:3$ find ${\text{c}}$
Ans: According to the given figure $\angle {\text{POY}} = {90^\circ }$
Assume that, $a = 2x$ and $b = 3x$
${\text{a}} + {\text{b}} + \angle {\text{POY}} = {180^\circ }(\because {\text{XOY}}$ is a line $)$
$\Rightarrow$ $2{\text{x}} + 3{\text{x}} + {90^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $5x = {180^\circ }  {90^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $5{\text{x}} = {90^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $x = \dfrac{{{{90}^\circ }}}{5} = {18^\circ }$
So, $a = {36^\circ },\quad b = {54^\circ }$
MON is a line.
${\text{b}} + {\text{c}} = {180^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ ${54^\circ } + {{\text{c}}^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $c = {180^\circ }  {54^\circ } = {126^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $c = {126^\circ }$ .
11. In fig find the volume of ${\text{x}}$ and ${\text{y}}$ then Show that $\mathrm{AB} \ \mathrm{CD}$
Ans: Accordign to the given figure, ${50^\circ } + x = {180^\circ }$
(by linear pair)
$x = {180^\circ }  {50^\circ }$
So, $x = {130^\circ }$
$y = {130^\circ }$ (Because vertically opposite angles are equal)
${\text{x}} = {\text{y}}$ as they are corresponding angles.
So, AB  CD
Hence proved.
12. What value of ${\mathbf{y}}$ would make AOB a line if $\angle {\text{AOC}} = 4{\text{y}}$ and $\angle {\text{BOC}} = 6{\text{y}} + {30^\circ }$
Ans: According to the question given that, $\angle {\text{AOC}} = 4{\text{y}}$ and $\angle {\text{BOC}} = 6{\text{y}} + {30^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{AOC}} + \angle {\text{BOC}} = {180^\circ }$ (By linear pair)
$4y + 6y + {30^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $10y = {180^\circ }  {30^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $10y = {150^\circ } $
$\Rightarrow$ $y = {15^\circ }$
13. In fig ${\text{POQ}}$ is a line. Ray OR is perpendicular to line PQ. OS is another ray lying between rays OP and OR. Prove that $\angle {\text{ROS}} = \dfrac{1}{2}(\angle {\text{QOS}}  \angle {\text{POS}})$
Ans: According to the question,
$R.H.S = \dfrac{1}{2}(\angle QOS  \angle POS)$
$ = \dfrac{1}{2}(\angle {\text{ROS}} + \angle {\text{QOR}}  \angle {\text{POS}})$
$ = \dfrac{1}{2}\left( {\angle {\text{ROS}} + {{90}^\circ }  \angle {\text{POS}}} \right) \ldots \ldots ..$ (1)
Because, $\angle {\text{POS}} + \angle {\text{ROS}} = {90^\circ }$
So, by equation 1
$ = \dfrac{1}{2}(ROS + \angle POS + \angle ROS  \angle POS)$ (by equation 1)
$ = \dfrac{1}{2} \times 2\angle {\text{ROS}} = \angle {\text{ROS}}$
14. In fig lines l 1 and l 2 intersected at O , if ${\text{x}} = {45^\circ }$ find ${\text{x}},{\text{y}}$ and ${\text{u}}$
Ans: According to the question given that,
$x = {45^\circ }$
So, ${\text{z}} = {45^\circ }$ (Because vertically opposite angles are equal)
${\text{x}} + {\text{y}} = {180^\circ }$
${45^\circ } + y = {180^\circ }$ (By linear pair)
$y = {180^\circ }  45$
$y = {135^\circ }$
${\text{y}} = {\text{u}}$
Hence, the value of ${\text{u}} = {135^\circ }$ (Vertically opposite angles)
15. The exterior angle of a triangle is ${110^\circ }$ and one of the interior opposite angle is ${35^\circ }$. Find the other two angles of the triangle.
Ans: As we all know that the exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of interior opposite angles.
So, $\angle {\text{ACD}} = \angle {\text{A}} + \angle {\text{B}}$
${110 ^\circ}= \angle {\text{A}} + {35^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $\angle {\text{A}} = {110^\circ }  {35^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $\angle {\text{A}} = {75^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $\angle {\text{C}} = 180  (\angle {\text{A}} + \angle {\text{B}})$
$\Rightarrow$ $\angle {\text{C}} = 180  \left( {{{75}^\circ } + {{35}^\circ }} \right)$
$\angle {\text{C}} = {70^\circ }$
16. Of the three angles of a triangle, one is twice the smallest and another is three times the smallest. Find the angles.
Ans: Assume that the smallest angle be ${x^\circ }$
Then the other two angles are $2{x^\circ }$ and $3{x^\circ }$
${x^\circ } + 2{x^\circ } + 3{x^\circ } = {180^\circ }$ As we know that the sum of three angle of a triangle is $\left. {{{180}^\circ }} \right$
$6{x^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
${\text{x}} = \dfrac{{180}}{6}$
$ = {30^\circ }$
Hence, angles are ${30^\circ },{60^\circ }$ and ${90^\circ }$ .
17. Prove that if one angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of other two angles, the triangle is right angled.
Ans: According to the question given that in $\Delta ABC,\,\,\angle {\text{B}} = \angle {\text{A}} + \angle {\text{C}}$
To prove: $\Delta ABC$ is right angled.
Proof: $\angle A + \angle B + \angle C = {180^\circ } \ldots ..$ (1) (As we know that the sum of three angles of a $\Delta {\text{ABC}}$ is $\left. {{{180}^\circ }} \right)$
$\angle A + \angle C = \angle B \ldots ..$ (2)
From equations (1) and (2),
$\angle B + \angle B = {180^\circ }$
$2\angle {\text{B}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{B}} = {90^\circ }$
18. In fig. sides QP and RQ of $\Delta PQR$ are produced to points ${\text{S}}$ and ${\text{T}}$ respectively. If $\angle SPR = {135^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{PQT}} = {110^\circ }$, find $\angle {\text{PRQ}}$.
Ans: According to the given figure,
${110^\circ } + \angle PQR = {180^\circ }$
$\angle PQR = {180^\circ }  {110^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{PQR}} = {70^\circ }$
Also, $\angle {\text{SPR}} = \angle {\text{PQR}} + \angle {\text{PRQ}}$ (According to the Interior angle theorem)
${135^\circ } = {70^\circ } + \angle PRQ$
$\angle {\text{PRQ}} = {135^\circ }  {70^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $\angle {\text{PRQ}} = {65^\circ }$ .
19. In fig the bisector of $\angle ABC$ and $\angle {\text{BCA}}$ intersect each other at point O prove that $\angle BOC = {90^\circ } + \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A$
Ans: According to the question given that in \(\vartriangle ABC\) such that the bisectors of $\angle ABC$ and $\angle {\text{BCA}}$ meet at a point O.
To Prove $\angle BOC = {90^\circ } + \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A$
Proof: In $\vartriangle BOC$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 + \angle BOC = {180^\circ }$ (1)
In $\vartriangle ABC$
$\angle A + \angle B + \angle C = {180^\circ }$
$\angle A + 2\angle 1 + 2\angle 2 = {180^\circ }$
(BO and CO bisects $\angle B$ and $\angle {\text{C}}$ )
$ \Rightarrow \dfrac{{\angle A}}{2} + \angle 1 + \angle 2 = {90^\circ }$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{{\angle A}}{2}$
(Divide forth side by 2)
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{{\angle A}}{2}$ in (i)
Substituting, ${90^\circ }  \dfrac{{\angle A}}{2} + \angle BOC = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle BOC = {90^\circ } + \dfrac{{\angle A}}{2}$
20. In the given figure $\angle POR$ and $\angle QOR$ form a linear pair if ${\mathbf{a}}  {\mathbf{b}} = {80^\circ }$. Find the
value of 'a' and 'b'.
Ans: $a + b = {180^\circ } \to (1)$ (By line as pair)
$a  b = {80^0} \to (2)$
$2{\text{a}} = {260^\circ }$ (Adding equations (1) and (2))
${\text{a}} = {130^\circ }$
Put ${\text{a}} = {130^\circ }$ in equation (1)
${130^\circ } + b = {180^\circ }$
${\text{b}} = {180^\circ }  {130^\circ } = {50^\circ }$
Hence the value of ${\text{a}} = {130^\circ }$ and ${\text{b}} = {50^\circ }$ .
21. If ray ${\text{OC}}$ stands on a line ${\text{AB}}$ such that $\angle AOC = \angle BOC$, then show that $\angle AOC = {90^\circ }$
$\angle AOC = \angle BOC$
$\angle {\text{AOC}} + \angle {\text{BOC}} = {180^\circ }$ (By lines pair)
$\angle {\text{AOC}} + \angle {\text{AOC}} = {180^\circ }$
$2\angle {\text{AOC}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{AOC}} = {90^\circ } = \angle B{\text{OC}}$
22. In the given figure show that $\mathrm{AB} \ \mathrm{EF}$
Ans: $\angle {\text{BCD}} = \angle {\text{BCE}} + \angle {\text{ECD}}$
$ = {36^\circ } + {30^\circ } = {66^\circ } = \angle ABC$
So, (Alternate interior angles are equal)
Again, $\angle {\text{ECD}} = {30^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{FEC}} = {150^\circ }$
So, $\angle {\text{ECD}} + \angle {\text{FEC}} = {30^\circ } + {150^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
Therefore, (We know that the sum of consecutive interior angle is $\left. {{{180}^\circ }} \right)$
$A B \ C D$ and $\mathrm{CD} \ \mathrm{EF}$
Then $\mathrm{AB} \ \mathrm{EF}$
23. In figure if and $\angle PRD = {127^\circ }$ Find ${\text{x}}$ and ${\text{y}}$.
Ans: $A B \ C D$ and PQ is a transversal
$\angle {\text{APQ}} = \angle {\text{PQD}}$ (Pair of alternate angles)
${50^\circ } = {\text{x}}$
Also and ${\text{PR}}$ is a transversal
$\angle {\text{APR}} = \angle {\text{PRD}}$
${50^\circ } + Y = {127^\circ }$
${\text{Y}} = {127^\circ }  {50^\circ } = {77^\circ }$
Hence the value of ${\text{x}}\, = \,{50^\circ }$ and ${\text{Y}} = {77^\circ }$ .
24. Prove that if two lines intersect each other then vertically opposite angler are equal.
Ans: According to the given figure: AB and CD are two lines intersect each other at $O$ .
To prove: (i) $\angle 1 = \angle 2$ and (ii) $\angle 3 = \angle 4$
$\angle 1 + \angle 4 = {180^\circ } \to (i)$ (By linear pair)
$\angle 4 + \angle 2 = {180^\circ }\quad \to (ii)$
$\angle 1 + \angle 4 = \angle 4 + \angle 2$ (By equations (i) and (ii))
$\angle 1 = \angle 2$
$\angle 3 = \angle 4$
25. The measure of an angle is twice the measure of the supplementary angle. Find measure of angles.
Ans: Assume that the measure be ${x^\circ}$ .
Then its supplement is ${180^\circ }  {x^\circ}$ .
According to question
${x^\circ} = 2\left( {{{180}^\circ }  {x^\circ}} \right)$
$\Rightarrow$ ${x^\circ} = {360^\circ }  2{x^\circ}$
$\Rightarrow$ $3x = {360^\circ }$
$\Rightarrow$ $x = {120^\circ }$
The measure of the angles are ${120^\circ }$ and ${60^\circ }$ .
26. In fig $\angle PQR = \angle PRQ$. Then prove that $\angle PQS = \angle PRT$.
Ans: $\angle PQS + \angle PQR = \angle PRQ + \angle PRT$ (By linear pair)
$\angle PQR = \angle PRQ$ (Accordign to the question)
27. In the given fig $\angle {\text{AOC}} = \angle {\text{ACO}}$ and $\angle {\text{BOD}} = \angle {\text{BDO}}$ prove that AC  DB.
$\angle AOC = \angle ACO$ and $\angle BOD = \angle BDO$
$\angle AOC = \angle BOD$ (Vertically opposite angles)
$\angle AOC = \angle BOD$ and $\angle BOD = \angle BDO$
$ \Rightarrow \angle ACO = \angle BDO$
So, (By alternate interior angle property)
Hence AC  DB proved.
28. In figure if lines ${\text{PQ}}$ and ${\text{RS}}$ intersect at point ${\text{T}}$. Such that $\angle PRT = {40^\circ }$, $\angle RPT = {95^\circ }$ and $\angle TSQ = {75^\circ }$, find $\angle SQT$.
Ans: According to the $\Delta $ PRT
$\angle {\text{P}} + \angle {\text{R}} + \angle 1 = {180^\circ }$ (By angle sum property)
${95^\circ } + {40^\circ } + \angle 1 = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 1 = {180^\circ }  {135^\circ }$
$\angle 1 = {45^\circ }$
$\angle 1 = \angle 2$ (Vertically opposite angle)
$\angle 2 = \angle {45^\circ }$
According to the $\Delta {\text{TQS}}\quad \angle 2 + \angle {\text{Q}} + \angle {\text{S}} = {180^\circ }$
${45^\circ } + \angle Q + {75^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{Q}} + {120^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{Q}} = {180^\circ }  {120^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{Q}} = {60^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $\angle {\text{SQT}} = {60^\circ }$ .
29. In figure, if $QT \bot PR,\angle TQR = {40^\circ }$ and $\angle SPR = {50^\circ }$ find $x$ and $y$.
Ans: According to the $\Delta {\text{TQR}}$
${90^\circ } + {40^\circ } + x = {180^\circ }$ (Angle sum property of triangle)
So, $x = {50^\circ }$
Now, $y = \angle {\text{SPR}} + x$
So, $y = {30^\circ } + {50^\circ } = {80^\circ }$ .
Hence, the value of $x = {50^\circ }$ and $y = {80^\circ }$ .
30. In figure sides QP and RQ of $\Delta PQR$ are produced to points ${\text{S}}$ and ${\text{T}}$ respectively if $\angle SPR = {135^\circ }$ and $\angle PQT = {110^\circ }$, find $\angle PRQ$.
${110^\circ } + \angle 2 = {180^\circ }$ (By linear pair)
$\angle 2 = {180^\circ }  {110^\circ }$
$\angle 2 = {70^\circ }$
$\angle 1 + {135^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 + \angle {\text{R}} = {180^\circ }$ (By angle sum property)
${45^\circ } + {70^\circ } + \angle R = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{R}} = {180^\circ }  {115^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{R}} = {65^\circ }$
31. In figure lines ${\text{PQ}}$ and RS intersect each other at point O. If $\angle POR:\angle ROQ = 5:7$. Find all the angles.
Ans: $\angle POR + \angle ROQ = {180^\circ }$ (Linear pair of angle)
But, $\angle {\text{POR}}:\angle {\text{ROQ}} = 5:7$ (According to the question)
So, $\angle {\text{POR}} = \dfrac{5}{{12}} \times {180^\circ } = {75^\circ }$
Similarly, $\angle {\text{ROQ}} = \dfrac{7}{{12}} \times {180^\circ } = {105^\circ }$
Now, $\angle {\text{POS}} = \angle {\text{ROQ}} = {105^\circ }$ (Vertically opposite angle)
And $\angle {\text{SOQ}} = \angle {\text{POR}} = {75^\circ }$ (Vertically app angle)
1. In Fig. 6.16, if $x + y = w + z$, then prove that AOB is a line.
Ans: As we need to prove that AOB is a line.
According to the question, given that $x + y = w + z$ .
As we know that the sum of all the angles around a fixed point is ${360^\circ }$ .
Hence, we can determine that $\angle AOC + \angle BOC + \angle AOD + \angle BOD = {360^\circ }$ , or
$y + x + z + w = {360^\circ }$
But, $x + y = w + z$ (According to the question).
$2(y + x) = {360^\circ }$
$y + x = {180^\circ }$
According to the given figure, we can determine that $y$ and $x$ form a linear pair.
As we also know that if a ray stands on a straight line, then the sum of the angles of linear pair formed by the ray with respect to the line is ${180^\circ }$ .
$y + x = {180^\circ }.$
Hence, we can determine that AOB is a line.
2. It is given that $\angle XYZ = {64^\circ }$ and XY is produced to point ${\mathbf{P}}$. Draw a figure from the given information. If ray YQ bisects $\angle ZYP$, find $\angle XYQ$ and reflex $\angle QYP$.
Ans: According to the question, given that $\angle XYZ = {64^\circ },XY$ is produced to $P$ and YQ bisects $\angle ZYP$ .
As we can determine the given below figure for the given situation:
As we need to find $\angle XYQ$ and reflex $\angle QYP$ .
According to the given figure, we can determine that $\angle XYZ$ and $\angle ZYP$ form a linear pair.
$\angle XYZ + \angle ZYP = {180^\circ }$
But, $\angle XYZ = {64^\circ }$ .
$ \Rightarrow {64^\circ } + \angle ZYP = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle ZYP = {116^\circ }$ .
Ray YQ bisects $\angle ZYP$ , or
$\angle QYZ = \angle QYP = \dfrac{{{{116}^\circ }}}{2} = {58^\circ }$
$\angle XYQ = \angle QYZ + \angle XYZ$
$ = {58^\circ } + {64^\circ } = {122^\circ }.$
Reflex $\angle QYP = {360^\circ }  \angle QYP$
$ = {360^\circ }  {58^\circ }$
$ = {302^\circ }$
Hence, we can determine that $\angle XYQ = {122^\circ }$ and reflex $\angle QYP = {302^\circ }$ .
3. In the given figure, If ${\text{AB}}\parallel {\text{CD}}$ ,$EF \bot CD$ and $\angle GED = {126^\circ }$, find $\angle AGE,\angle GEF$ and $\angle FGE$.
Ans: According to the question, given that and $\angle GED = {126^\circ }$ .
As we need to find the value of $\angle AGE,\angle GEF$ and $\angle FGE$ in the figure given below.
$\angle GED = {126^\circ }$
$\angle GED = \angle FED + \angle GEF$
But, $\angle FED = {90^\circ }$ .
${126^\circ } = {90^\circ } + \angle GEF \Rightarrow \angle GEF = {36^\circ }$
Because, $\angle AGE = \angle GED$ (Alternate angles)
$\angle AGE = {126^\circ }.$
According to the given figure, we can determine that $\angle FED$ and $\angle FEC$ form a linear pair.
As we know that sum of the angles of a linear pair is ${180^\circ }$ .
$\angle FED + \angle FEC = 180$
$ \Rightarrow {90^\circ } + \angle FEC = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle FEC = {90^\circ }$
But $\angle FEC = \angle GEF + \angle GEC$
So, ${90^\circ } = {36^\circ } + \angle GEC$
$ \Rightarrow \angle GEC = {54^\circ }$ .
$\angle GEC = \angle FGE = {54^\circ }$ (Alternate interior angles)
Hence, we can determine that $\angle AGE = {126^\circ }$ , $\angle GEF = {36^\circ }$ and $\angle FGE = {54^\circ }.$
4. In the given figure, ${\text{PQ}}$ and ${\text{RS}}$ are two mirrors placed parallel to each other. An incident ray ${\text{AB}}$ strikes the mirror ${\text{PQ}}$ at ${\text{B}}$, the reflected ray moves along the path ${\text{BC}}$ and strikes the mirror ${\text{RS}}$ at ${\text{C}}$ and again reflects back along ${\text{CD}}.$ Prove that ${\text{AB}}{\text{CD}}$.
Ans: According to the question, given that PQ and RS are two mirrors that are parallel to each other.
As we need to prove that in the given figure.
Now we draw lines BX and CY that are parallel to each other, to get
As we also know that according to the laws of reflection
$\angle ABX = \angle CBX$ and $\angle BCY = \angle DCY.$
$\angle BCY = \angle CBX$ (Alternate interior angles)
As we can determine that $\angle ABX = \angle CBX = \angle BCY = \angle DCY$ .
$\angle ABC = \angle ABX + \angle CBX$ , and
$\angle DCB = \angle BCY + \angle DCY.$
Hence, we can determine that $\angle ABC = \angle DCB$ .
According to the figure, we can determine that $\angle ABC$ and $\angle DCB$ form a pair of alternate interior angles corresponding to the lines AB and CD, and transversal BC.
Hence, we can determine that $\angle A B C=\angle D C B$.
5. In the given figure, if SR, $\angle SQR = {28^\circ }$ and $\angle QRT = {65^\circ }$, then find the values of ${\text{x}}$ and ${\text{y}}$.
Ans: According to the question, given that and $\angle QRT = {65^\circ }$ .
As we need to find the values of $x$ and $y$ in the figure.
As we know that "If a side of a triangle is produced, then the exterior angle so formed is equal to the sum of the two interior opposite angles."
$\angle SQR + \angle QSR = \angle QRT$ , or
${28^\circ } + \angle QSR = {65^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle QSR = {37^\circ }$
$x = \angle QSR = {37^\circ }$ (Alternate interior angles)
According to the figure, we can determine that $\Delta PQS$
$\angle PQS + \angle QSP + \angle QPS = {180^\circ }$ . (Angle sum property)
$\angle QPS = {90^\circ }\quad (PQ \bot PS)$
$x + y + {90^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow x + {37^\circ } + {90^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow x + {127^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow x = {53^\circ }$
Hence, we can determine that $x = {53^\circ }$ and $y = {37^\circ }$ .
6. In the given figure, the side $QR$ of $\Delta $ PQR is produced to a point $S$. If the bisectors of $\angle PQR$ and $\angle PRS$ meet at point ${\text{T}}$, then prove that $\angle QTR = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle QPR$.
Ans: As we need to prove that $\angle QTR = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle QPR$ in the figure given below.
As we also know that "If a side of a triangle is produced, then the exterior angle so formed is equal to the sum of the two interior opposite angles."
According to the figure, we can determine that in $\Delta QTR,\angle TRS$ is an exterior angle
$\angle QTR + \angle TQR = \angle TRS$ , or
$\angle QTR = \angle TRS  \angle TQR$ ……….(i)
$\angle QPR + \angle PQR = \angle PRS$
According to the question given that QT and RT are angle bisectors of $\angle PQR$ and $\angle PRS$ .
$\angle QPR + 2\angle TQR = 2\angle TRS$
$\angle QPR = 2(\angle TRS  \angle TQR)$
As we need to substitute the value of equation (i) in the above equation, to get
$\angle QPR = 2\angle QTR$ , or
$\angle QTR = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle QPR$
Hence, we can determine that the desired result is proved.
7. Prove that sum of three angles of a triangle is ${180^\circ }$
Ans: According to the question given that, $\vartriangle {\text{ABC}}$
To prove that, $\angle A + \angle B + \angle C = {180^\circ }$
Now we draw through point A.
Proof: Because,
So, $\angle 2 = \angle 4 \to (1)$
Because, Altemate interior angle
And $\angle 3 = \angle 5 \to (2)$
Now we adding the equation (1) and equation (2)
$\angle 2 + \angle 3 = \angle 4 + \angle 5$
Adding both sides $\angle 1$ ,
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 + \angle 3 = \angle 1 + \angle 4 + \angle 5$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 + \angle 3 = {180^\circ }\,(Because,\,\,\angle 1,\angle 4$ , and $\angle 5$ forms a line)
$\angle {\text{A}} + \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{C}} = {180^\circ }$
8. It is given that $\angle XYZ = {64^\circ }$ and ${\text{XY}}$ is produced to point ${\text{P}}$. Draw a figure from the given information. If ray YQ bisects $\angle ZYP$. Find $\angle XYQ$ and reflex $\angle QYP$.
Ans: According to the figure,
YQ bisects $\angle ZYP$
So, $\angle 1 = \angle 2$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 + \angle {64^\circ } = {180^\circ }({\text{YX}}$ is a line)
$\angle 1 + \angle 1 + {64^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$2\angle 1 = {180^\circ }  {64^\circ }$
$2\angle 1 = {116^\circ }$
$\angle 1 = {58^\circ }$
So, $\angle {\text{XYQ}} = {64^\circ } + {58^\circ } = {122^\circ }$
$\angle 2 + \angle {\text{XYQ}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 1 = \angle 2 = \angle QYP = {58^\circ }$
$\angle 2 + {122^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 2 = {180^\circ }  {122^\circ }$
$\angle QYP = \angle 2 = {58^\circ }$
Reflex $\angle Q{\text{YP}} = {360^\circ }  \angle QYP$
Hence, the value of $\angle {\text{XYQ}}\,{\text{ = }}\,{\text{12}}{{\text{2}}^ \circ }$ and reflex $\angle {\text{QYP}} = \,{302^ \circ }$ .
9. In fig if and $\angle {\text{RST}} = {130^\circ }$ find $\angle {\text{QRS}}$.
Ans: Through point R Draw line XY
Because,$\text{PQ}\\text{ST}$
$\text{ST}\\text{KL,}\quad So,\,\text{PQ}\\text{KL}$
Because, $\text{PQ}\\text{KL}$
So, $\angle {\text{PQR}} + \angle 1 = {180^\circ }$
(As we know that the sum of interior angle on the same side of transversal is ${180^\circ }$ ) ${110^\circ } + \angle 1 = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 1 = {70^\circ }$
Similarly $\angle 2 + \angle {\text{RST}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 2 + {130^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 2 = {50^\circ }$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 + \angle 3 = {180^\circ }$
${70^\circ } + {50^\circ } + \angle 3 = {180^\circ }$
$\angle 3 = {180^\circ }  {120^\circ }$
$\angle 3 = {60^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $\angle {\text{QRS}} = {60^\circ }$ .
10. The side BC of $\vartriangle ABC$ is produced from ray $BD$. $CE$ is drawn parallel to $AB$, show that $\angle ACD = \angle A + \angle B$. Also prove that $\angle A + \angle B + \angle C = {180^\circ }$.
Ans: As we can see, $\text{AB}\\text{CE}$ and ${\text{AC}}$ intersect them
$\angle 1 = \angle 4$ ………. (1) (Alternate interior angles)
Also and BD intersect them
$\angle 2 = \angle 5$ …………. (2) (Corresponding angles)
Now adding equation (1) and equation (2)
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 = \angle 4 + \angle 5$
$\angle A + \angle B = \angle ACD$
Adding $\angle C$ on both sides, we get
$\angle A + \angle B + \angle C = \angle C + \angle ACD$
Hence, proved.
11. Prove that if a transversal intersect two parallel lines, then each pair of alternate interior angles is equal.
Ans: According to the question given that, line intersected by transversal ${\text{PQ}}$
To Prove: (i) $\angle 2 = \angle 5$ (ii) $\angle 3 = \angle 4$
Proof:
$\angle 1 = \angle 2$ ………… (i) (Vertically Opposite angle)
$\angle 1 = \angle 5$ ………….. (ii) (Corresponding angles)
By equations (i) and (ii)
$\angle 2 = \angle 5$
Similarly, $\angle 3 = \angle 4$
Hence Proved.
12. In the given figure $\Delta {\text{ABC}}$ is right angled at $A$. $AD$ is drawn perpendicular to $BC$. Prove that $\angle BAD = \angle ACB$
${\text{AD}} \bot BC$
So, $\angle ADB = \angle ADC = {90^\circ }$
From $\vartriangle {\text{ABD}}$
$\angle {\text{ABD}} + \angle {\text{BAD}} + \angle {\text{ADB}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{ABD}} + \angle {\text{BAD}} + {90^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{ABD}} + \angle {\text{BAD}} = {90^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{BAD}} = {90^\circ }  \angle ABD \to (1)$
But $\angle {\text{A}} + \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{C}} = {180^\circ }$ in $\vartriangle {\text{ABC}}$
$\angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{C}} = {90^\circ },\quad Because,\,\,\angle {\text{A}} = {90^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{C}} = {90^\circ }  \angle B \to \,(2)$
From equations (1) and (2)
$\angle {\text{BAD}} = \angle {\text{C}}$
$\angle {\text{BAD}} = \angle {\text{ACB}}$
13. In $\Delta {\text{ABC}}\angle B = {45^\circ },\angle C = {55^\circ }$ and bisector $\angle A$ meets ${\text{BC}}$ at a point ${\text{D}}$. Find
$\angle ADB$ and $\angle ADC$
Ans: In $\vartriangle {\text{ABC}}$
$\angle {\text{A}} + \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{C}} = {180^\circ }$ (As we know that the sum of three angle of a $\Delta $ is $\left. {{{180}^\circ }} \right)$
$ \Rightarrow \angle {\text{A}} + {45^\circ } + {55^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{A}} = {180^\circ }  {100^\circ } = {80^\circ }$
${\text{AD}}$ bisects $\angle {\text{A}}$
$\angle 1 = \angle 2 = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A = \dfrac{1}{2} \times {80^\circ } = {40^\circ }$
Now in $\Delta {\text{ADB}}$ ,
We have, $\angle 1 + \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{ADB}} = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow {40^\circ } + {45^\circ } + \angle ADB = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow \angle {\text{ADB}} = {180^\circ }  {85^\circ } = {95^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{ADB}} + \angle {\text{ADC}} = {180^\circ }$
Also ${95^\circ } + \angle ADC = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{ADC}} = {180^\circ }  {95^\circ } = {85^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $\angle {\text{ADB}} = {95^\circ }$ and $\angle {\text{ADC}} = {85^\circ }$
14. In figure two straight lines $AB$ and $CD$ intersect at a point 0 . If $\angle BOD = {x^\circ }$ and $\angle AOD = {(4x  5)^\circ }$.
Find the value of ${\mathbf{x}}$ hence find
(a) $\angle AOD$
Ans: $\angle AOB = \angle AOD + \angle DOB$ By linear pair
${180^\circ } = 4x  5 + x$
${180^\circ } + 5 = 5x$
$5{\text{x}} = 185$
${\text{x}} = \dfrac{{185}}{5} = {37^\circ }$
So, $\angle {\text{AOD}} = 4{\text{x}}  5$
$ = 4 \times 37  5 = 148  5$
$ = {143^\circ }$
(b) $\angle BOC$
$\angle {\text{BOC}} = {143^\circ }$
Because, $\angle {\text{AOD}}$ and $\angle {\text{BOC}}$
$\angle {\text{BOD}} = {\text{x}} = {37^\circ }$ (Vertically opposite angles)
(c) $\angle BOC$
$\angle BOD = {37^\circ }$
(d) $\angle AOC$
$\angle AOC = {37^\circ }$
15. The side ${\text{BC}}$ of a $\Delta {\text{ABC}}$ is produced to ${\text{D}}$. The bisector of $\angle {\text{A}}$ meets ${\text{BC}}$ at ${\text{L}}$ as shown if fig. prove that $\angle {\text{ABC}} + \angle {\text{ACD}} = 2\angle {\text{ALC}}$
Ans: In $\Delta {\text{ABC}}$ we have
$\angle {\text{ACD}} = \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{A}} \to (1)$ (Exterior angle property)
$ \Rightarrow \angle {\text{ACD}} = \angle {\text{B}} + 2\;{\text{L}}1$
$(So,\angle {\text{A}}$ is the bisector of $\angle {\text{A}} = 2\;{\text{L}}1)$
In $\Delta {\text{AB}}L$
$\angle {\text{ALC}} = \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{BA}}L$ (Exterior angle property)
$\angle {\text{A}}L{\text{C}} = \angle {\text{B}} + \angle 1$
$ \Rightarrow 2\angle {\text{ALC}} = 2\angle {\text{B}} + 2\angle 1 \ldots (2)$
Subtracting equation (1) from equation (2)
$2\angle {\text{ALC}}  \angle {\text{ACD}} = \angle {\text{B}}$
$2\angle {\text{ALC}} = \angle {\text{B}} + \angle {\text{ACD}}$
$\angle {\text{ACD}} + \angle {\text{ABC}} = 2\angle {\text{ALC}}$
16. In fig PT is the bisector of $\angle QPR$ in $\Delta PQR$ and $PS \bot QR$, find the value of $x$
Ans: Sum of $\angle QPR + \angle Q + \angle R = {180^\circ }$ (According to the angle sum property of triangle)
$\angle QPR = {180^\circ }  {50^\circ }  {30^\circ } = {100^\circ }$
$\angle QPT = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle QPR$
$ = \dfrac{1}{2} \times {100^\circ } = {50^\circ }$
$\angle Q + \angle QPS = \angle PST$ (Exterior angle theorem)
$\angle QPS = {90^\circ }  \angle Q$
$ = {90^\circ }  {50^\circ } = {40^\circ }$
$x = \angle QPT  \angle QPS$
$ = {50^\circ }  {40^\circ } = {10^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $x\, = \,{10^ \circ }$ .
17. The sides $BA$ and $DC$ of a quadrilateral $ABCD$ are produced as shown in fig show that $\angle X + \angle Y = \angle a + \angle b$
Ans: In given fugure join $BD$
$\operatorname{In} \Delta ABD$
$\angle b = \angle ABD + \angle BDA$ (Exterior angle theorem)
$\operatorname{In} \Delta CBD$
$\angle a = \angle CBD + \angle BDC$
$\angle a + \angle b = \angle CBD + \angle BDC + \angle ABD + \angle BDA$
$ = (\angle CBD + \angle ABD) + (\angle BDC + \angle BDA)$
$ = \angle x + \angle y$
$\angle a + \angle b = \angle x + \angle y$
18. In the ${\text{BO}}$ and ${\text{CO}}$ are Bisectors of $\angle {\text{B}}$ and $\angle {\text{C}}$ of $\Delta {\text{ABC}}$, show that $\angle {\text{BOC}} = {90^\circ } + \dfrac{1}{2}$$\angle {\text{A}}$
$\angle 1 = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle ABC$
And $\angle 2 = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle ACB$
So, $\angle 1 + \angle 2 = \dfrac{1}{2}(\angle ABC + \angle ACB)\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,... \ldots (1)$
$\angle ABC + ACB + \angle A = {180^\circ }$
So, $\angle ABC + ACB = {180^\circ }  \angle A$
$\dfrac{1}{2}(\angle ABC + ACB) = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,... \ldots .(2)$
From equation (1) and equation (2) we get
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,... \ldots ..(3)$
$\angle BOC + \angle 1 + \angle 2 = {180^\circ }$ (Angle of a)
Put the value of $\angle 1\, + \,\angle 2$ in the above equation,
$ = {180^\circ }  \left( {{{90}^\circ }  \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A} \right)$
$ = {90^\circ } + \dfrac{1}{2}\angle A$
19. In fig two straight lines PQ and RS intersect each other at o, if $\angle {\text{POT}} = {75^\circ }$ Find the values of a, b and c
Ans: PQ intersect RS at ${\text{O}}$
So, $\angle QOS = \angle POR$ (vertically opposite angles)
${\text{A}} = 4\;{\text{b }}... \ldots .(1)$
$a + b + {75^\circ } = {180^\circ }\,(Because,\,\,POQ$ is a straight lines)
So, $a + b = {180^\circ }  {75^\circ }$
$ = {105^\circ }$
Using, equation (1) $4b + b = {105^\circ }$
$5b = {105^\circ }$
$b = \dfrac{{105}}{5} = {21^\circ }$
So, $a = 4b$
$a = 4 \times 21$
Again, $\angle QOR$ and $\angle QOS$ form a linear pair
So, $a + 2c = {180^\circ }$
Using, equation (2)
${84^\circ } + 2c = {180^\circ }$
$2c = {180^\circ }  {84^\circ }$
$2c = {96^\circ }$
$c = \dfrac{{{{96}^\circ }}}{2} = {48^\circ }$
Hence, $a = {84^\circ },b = {21^\circ }$ and $c = {48^\circ }$
20. In figure ray OS stands on a line POQ, ray OR and ray OT are angle bisector of
$\angle POS$ and $\angle SOQ$ respectively. If $\angle POS = x$, find $\angle ROT$.
Ans: Ray OS stands on the line POQ
So, $\angle {\text{POS}} + \angle {\text{SOQ}} = {180^\circ }$
But $\angle {\text{POS}} = {\text{x}}$
So, ${\text{x}} + \angle {\text{SOQ}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{SOQ}} = {180^\circ }  x$
Now ray OR bisects $\angle {\text{POS}}$ ,
Hence, $\angle {\text{ROS}} = \dfrac{1}{2} \times \angle POS = \dfrac{1}{2} \times x = \dfrac{x}{2}$
Similarly, $\angle {\text{SOT}} = \dfrac{1}{2} \times \angle SOQ = \dfrac{1}{2} \times \left( {{{180}^\circ }  X} \right) = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{x}{2}$
$\angle ROT = \angle ROS + \angle SOT = \dfrac{x}{2} + {90^\circ }  \dfrac{x}{2} = {90^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $\angle ROT\, = \,{90^ \circ }$ .
21. If a transversal intersects two lines such that the bisectors of a pair of corresponding angles are parallel, then prove that the two lines are parallel.
Ans: According to the question and figure given that, AD is transversal intersect two lines PQ and RS
We have to prove PQRS
Proof: BE bisects $\angle {\text{ABQ}}$
$\angle \mathrm{EBQ}= \dfrac{1}{2}\angle ABQ \to (1)$
Similarity CG bisects $\angle {\text{BCS}}$
So, $\angle 2 = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle BCS \to (2)$
But and ${\text{AD}}$ is the transversal
So, $\quad \angle 1 = \angle 2$
So, $\dfrac{1}{2}\angle ABQ = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle BCS$ (By equations $(1)$ and $(2))$
$ \Rightarrow \angle {\text{ABQ}} = \angle {\text{BCS}}$ (Because corresponding angles are equal)
So, PQRS
22. In figure the sides ${\text{QR}}$ of $\Delta PQR$ is produced to a point ${\text{S}}$. If the bisectors of $\angle PQR$ and $\angle PRS$ meet at point ${\text{T}}$. Then prove that $\angle QRT = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle QPR$
Ans: Solution, In $\Delta {\text{PQR}}$
$\angle {\text{PRS}} = \angle {\text{Q}} + \angle {\text{P}}$ (By exterior angle theorem)
$\angle 4 + \angle 3 = \angle 2 + \angle 1 + \angle {\text{P}}$
$2\angle 3 = 2\angle 1 + \angle {\text{P}} \to (1)$
So, ${\text{QT}}$ and ${\text{RT}}$ are bisectors of $\angle {\text{Q}}$ and $\angle {\text{PRS}}$
In $\vartriangle {\text{QTR}}$ ,
$\angle 3 = \angle 1 + \angle {\text{T}} \to $ (2) (By exterior angle theorem)
By equations (1) and (2) we get
$2(\angle 1 + \angle T) = 2\angle 1 + \angle {\text{P}}$
$2\angle 1 + 2\angle {\text{T}} = 2\angle 1 + \angle {\text{P}}$
$\angle {\text{T}} = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle P$
$\angle {\text{QTR}} = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle QPR$
23. In figure PQ and RS are two mirror placed parallel to each other. An incident ray AB striker the mirror PQ at $B$, the reflected ray moves along the path BC and strike the mirror ${\text{RS}}$ at ${\text{C}}$ and again reflects back along ${\text{CD}}$. Prove that $\mathrm{AB} \ \mathrm{CD}$.
Ans: Solution, Draw $MB \bot PQ$ and $NC \bot RS$
$\angle 1 = \angle 2 \to (1)$ (Angle of incident)
And $\angle 3 = \angle 4 \to (2)$ (is equal to angle of reflection)
Because, $\angle {\text{MBQ}} = \angle {\text{NCS}} = {90^\circ }$
So, (By corresponding angle property)
Because, $\angle 2 = \angle 3 \to (3)$ (Alternate interior angle)
By equations $(1),(2)$ and (3)
$\angle 1 = \angle 4$
$\angle 1 + \angle 2 = \angle 4 + \angle 3$
$ \Rightarrow \angle {\text{ABC}} = \angle {\text{BCD}}$
So, (By alternate interior angles)
1. In fig the side AB and AC of $\vartriangle ABC$ are produced to point E and D respectively. If bisector BO And CO of $\angle {\text{CBE}}$ and $\angle {\text{BCD}}$ respectively meet at point ${\text{O}}$, then prove that $\angle {\text{BOC}} = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{1}{2}\angle {\text{BAC}}$
Ans: Ray BO bisects $\angle {\text{CBE}}$
So, $\angle {\text{CBO}} = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle {\text{CBE}}$
$ = \dfrac{1}{2}\left( {{{180}^\circ }  y} \right)\,\,\,\left( {Because,\,\,\angle {\text{CBE}} + {\text{y}} = {{180}^\circ }} \right)$
$ = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{y}{2} \ldots \ldots ..$ (1)
Similarly, ray CO bisects $\angle BCD$
$\angle {\text{BCO}} = \dfrac{1}{2}\angle BCD$
$ = \dfrac{1}{2}\left( {{{180}^\circ }  Z} \right)$
$ = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{Z}{2} \ldots \ldots \ldots ..$ (2)
In $\vartriangle {\text{BOC}}$
$\angle {\text{BOC}} + \angle {\text{BCO}} + \angle {\text{CBO}} = {180^\circ }$
$\angle {\text{BOC}} = \dfrac{1}{2}(y + z)$
But $x + y + z = {180^\circ }$
$y + z = {180^\circ }  x$
$\angle {\text{BOC}} = \dfrac{1}{2}\left( {{{180}^\circ }  x} \right) = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{x}{2}$
$\angle {\text{BOC}} = {90^\circ }  \dfrac{1}{2}\angle {\text{BAC}}$
2. In given fig. AB CD. Determine $\angle a$.
Ans: Through O draw a line $l$ parallel to both ${\text{AB}}$ and ${\text{CD}}$
$\angle a = \angle 1 + \angle 2$
$\angle 1 = {38^\circ }$
$\angle 2 = {55^\circ }$ (Alternate interior angles)
$\angle a = {55^\circ } + {38^\circ }$
Hence, the value of $\angle a = {93^\circ }$ .
3. In fig ${\text{M}}$ and ${\text{N}}$ are two plane mirrors perpendicular to each other. Prove that the incident ray CA is parallel to reflected ray BD.
Ans: From the figure, it can be seen that ${\text{AP}} \bot {\text{M}}$ and ${\text{BQ}} \bot {\text{N}}$
So, $BQ \bot N$ and $AP \bot M$ and ${\text{M}} \bot {\text{N}}$
So, $\angle {\text{BOA}} = {90^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow {\text{BQ}} \bot {\text{AP}}$
In $\vartriangle {\text{BOA}}\angle 2 + \angle 3 + \angle {\text{BOA}} = {180^\circ }$ (By angle sum property)
$ \Rightarrow \angle 2 + \angle 3 + {90^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
So, $\angle 2 + \angle 3 = {90^\circ }$
Also $\angle 1 = \angle 2$ and $\angle 4 = \angle 3$
$ \Rightarrow \angle 1 + \angle 4 = \angle 2 + \angle 3 = {90^\circ }$
So, $(\angle 1 + \angle 4) + (\angle 2 + \angle 3) = {90^\circ } + {90^\circ } = {180^\circ }$
$ \Rightarrow (\angle 1 + \angle 2) + (\angle 3 + \angle 4) = {180^\circ }$
or $\angle {\text{CAB}} + \angle {\text{DBA}} = {180^\circ }$
So, (By sum of interior angles of same side of transversal)
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If line AB and CD intersect at a point X such that ACX = 40°, CAX = 95°, and XDB = 75°. Find DBX .
Prove that the sum of the angle of a triangle is 180°.
Prove that two lines are parallel if a transversal line intersects two lines such that the bisectors of a pair of corresponding angles are parallel.
Can all the angles of a triangle be less than 60°? Support your answer with a reason.
Can a triangle have two obtuse angles? Support your answer with a reason.
The sum of the two angles of a triangle is 120° and their difference is 20°. Find the value of all the three angles of a triangle.
If the exterior angle of a triangle is 110 and the interior angle of a triangle is 35°. Find the values of the other two angles of a triangle.
Prove that lines which are parallel to the same line are parallel to each other.
Prove that when two lines intersect each other, then the vertically opposite angles that are formed are equal.
What is the measure of an acute angle, an obtuse angle, a right angle, a reflex angle, and a complementary angle?
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 Angles formed by a transversal on parallel lines  Corresponding Angles, Alternate Interior Angles, Alternate Exterior Angles, Interior Angles on the same of transversal. And its properties
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Class 9 Mathematics Chapter 6, Lines And Angles, exposes you to fundamental geometry with a particular emphasis on the characteristics of the angles created when two lines cross one another and when a line intersects two or more parallel lines at different points.
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Question 1: If one angle of the triangle is equal to the sum of the other two angles, then the triangle is
(A) An equilateral triangle
(B) An obtuse triangle
(C) An isosceles triangle
(D) A right triangle
Solution 1: (D) A right triangle
Explanation:
We suppose the angles of △ABC be ∠A, ∠B and ∠C
Given, ∠A= ∠B+∠C …(equation 1)
But, in any △ABC,
Using the angle sum property, we have,
∠A+∠B+∠C=180o …(equation 2)
From equations (eq1) and (eq2), we get
∠A+∠A=180 o
⇒∠A=180 o /2 = 90 o
Thus, we get that the triangle is a rightangled triangle
Question 2. The exterior angle of the triangle is 105°, and its two interior opposite angles are equal. Each of these equal angles is
Solution 2: (B) 52 ½ o
As per the question,
The exterior angle of the triangle will be = 105°
We suppose the two interior opposite angles of the triangle = x
We know that,
The exterior angle of a triangle will be = the sum of interior opposite angles
Thus, we have,
105° = x + x
Question 3: The angles of the triangle are in the ratio 5 : 3: 7. The triangle is
(A) An acute angled triangle
(B) An isosceles triangle
(C) A right triangle
(D) An obtuseangled of triangle
Solution 3: (A) An acute angled triangle
The angles of the triangle are in the ratio of 5 : 3: 7
Let the ratio 5:3:7 be 5x, 3x and 7x
Using the angle sum property of the triangle,
5x + 3x +7x =180
Putting the value of x, i.e., x = 12, in 5x, 3x and 7x we have,
5x = 5×12 = 60o
3x = 3×12 = 36o
7x = 7×12 = 84o
As all the angles are less than 90o, the triangle will be an acuteangled triangle.
Question 4: In the given figure, if PQ  RS, then find the measure of angle m.
Solution 4:
Here, PQ  RS, PS is a transversal.
⇒ ∠PSR = ∠SPQ = 56°
Also, ∠TRS + m + ∠TSR = 180°
14° + m + 56° = 180°
⇒ m = 180° – 14 – 56 = 110°
Question 5: In Figure, the lines AB and CD intersect at the point O. If ∠AOC +∠BOE = 70° and ∠BOD = 40°, find ∠BOE and the reflex ∠COE.
Solution 5:
From the diagram, we have
(∠AOC +∠BOE +∠COE) and (∠COE +∠BOD +∠BOE) forming a straight line.
Then, ∠AOC+∠BOE +∠COE = ∠COE +∠BOD+∠BOE = 180°
Now, by substituting the values of ∠AOC + ∠BOE = 70° and ∠BOD = 40° we have,
∠COE = 110° and ∠BOE = 30°
So, reflex ∠COE = 360o – 110o = 250°
Question 6: In the given figure, POQ is the line. The ray OR is the perpendicular to the line PQ. OS is another ray lying between the rays OP and OR. Prove that ∠ROS = 1 2 (∠QOS – ∠POS).
Solution 6:
Given that OR is perpendicular to PQ
⇒ ∠POR = ∠ROQ = 90°
∴ ∠POS + ∠ROS = 90°
⇒ ∠ROS = 90° – ∠POS
Adding ∠ROS to both sides, we have
∠ROS + ∠ROS = (90° + ∠ROS) – ∠POS
⇒ 2∠ROS = ∠QOS – ∠POS
⇒ ∠ROS = 1 2 (∠QOS – ∠POS).
Question 7: In Figure, the lines XY and MN intersect at the point O. If ∠POY = 90° and a: b = 2 : 3, find c.
Solution 7:
We know, the sum of the linear pair is always equal to 180°
∠POY +a +b = 180°
Putting the value of ∠POY = 90° (given in the question), we have,
Now, given, a: b = 2 : 3, so,
We suppose a be 2x, and b be 3x
∴ 2x+3x = 90°
Solving this equation, we get
So, x = 18°
∴ a = 2×18° = 36°
In the similar manner, b can be calculated, and the value will be
b = 3×18° = 54°
From the given diagram, b+c also forms a straight angle, so,
c+54° = 180°
Therefore, c = 126°
Question 8: In the Figure, ∠PQR = ∠PRQ, then prove that ∠PQS = ∠PRT.
Solution 8:
As ST is a straight line so,
∠PQS+∠PQR = 180° (since it is a linear pair) and
∠PRT+∠PRQ = 180° (since it is a linear pair)
Now, ∠PQS + ∠PQR = ∠PRT+∠PRQ = 180°
We know, ∠PQR =∠PRQ (as given in the question)
∠PQS = ∠PRT. (Hence proved).
Question 9: In the Figure, if x+y = w+z, then prove that AOB is a line.
Solution 9:
To prove AOB is a straight line, we will first have to prove that x+y is a linear pair
i.e. x+y = 180°
We know, the angles around a point are 360° so,
x+y+w+z = 360°
In the question, it is given that,
So, (x+y)+(x+y) = 360°
2(x+y) = 360°
∴ (x+y) = 180° (Hence proved).
Question 10: In Figure, POQ is a line. The ray OR is perpendicular to the line PQ. OS is another ray lying between the rays OP and OR. Prove that ∠ROS = ½ (∠QOS – ∠POS).
Solution 10:
Given that (OR ⊥ PQ) and ∠POQ = 180°
Thus, ∠POS+∠ROS+∠ROQ = 180°
Now, ∠POS+∠ROS = 180° 90° (As ∠POR = ∠ROQ = 90°)
Again, ∠QOS = ∠ROQ+∠ROS
Given, ∠ROQ = 90°,
∴ ∠QOS = 90° +∠ROS
Or, ∠QOS – ∠ROS = 90°
As ∠POS + ∠ROS = 90° and ∠QOS – ∠ROS = 90°, we have
∠POS + ∠ROS = ∠QOS – ∠ROS
2 ∠ROS + ∠POS = ∠QOS
Or, ∠ROS = ½ (∠QOS – ∠POS) (Hence proved).
Question 11: In the figure, find the values of x and y and show that AB  CD.
Solution 11:
We know, a linear pair is equal to 180°.
Thus, x+50° = 180°
We also know, vertically opposite angles are equal.
Thus, y = 130°
In the two parallel lines, the alternate interior angles are equal. Here,
x = y = 130°
This proves that the alternate interior angles are equal, and thus, AB  CD.
Question 12: In the given figure, PQ  RS and EF  QS. If ∠PQS = 60°, then find the value of ∠RFE.
Solution 12:
Given PQ  RS
Thus, ∠PQS + ∠QSR = 180°
⇒ 60° + ∠QSR = 180°
⇒ ∠QSR = 120°
Now, EF  QS ⇒ ∠RFE = ∠QSR [corresponding ∠s]
⇒ ∠RFE = 120°
Question 13: In the figure, if AB  CD, CD  EF and y : z = 3 : 7, find x.
Solution 13:
We know, AB  CD and CDEF
Since the angles on the same side of the transversal line sum up to 180°,
x + y = 180° —–equation (i)
∠O = z (Since corresponding angles)
and, y +∠O = 180° (Since linear pair)
So, y+z = 180°
Now, let y = 3w and thus, z = 7w (As y : z = 3 : 7)
Therefore, 3w+7w = 180°
Or, 10 w = 180°
Thus, w = 18°
Now, y = 3×18° = 54°
and, z = 7×18° = 126°
Now, the angle x can be calculated from equation (i)
Or, x+54° = 180°
Question 14: In the figure, if AB  CD, EF ⊥ CD and ∠GED = 126°, find ∠AGE, ∠GEF and ∠FGE.
Solution 14:
As AB  CD, GE is a transversal.
Given that ∠GED = 126°
So, ∠GED = ∠AGE = 126° (Since they are alternate interior angles)
∠GED = ∠GEF +∠FED
As EF⊥ CD, ∠FED = 90°
∴ ∠GED = ∠GEF + 90°
Or, ∠GEF = 126° – 90° = 36°
Again, ∠FGE +∠GED = 180° (Since transversal)
Substituting the value of ∠GED = 126° we get,
∠AGE = 126°
∠GEF = 36° and
Question 15: In figure, if AB  CD. If ∠ABR = 45° and ∠ROD = 105°, then find ∠ODC.
Solution 15:
Through the point O, we draw a line ‘l’ parallel to AB.
⇒ line I will also be parallel to CD, then
∠1 = 45°[alternate int. angles]
∠1 + ∠2 + 105° = 180° [straight angle]
∠2 = 180° – 105° – 45°
Now, ∠ODC = ∠2 [alternate int. angles]
= ∠ODC = 30°
Question 16: In the figure, if PQ  ST, ∠PQR = 110° and ∠RST = 130°, find ∠QRS.
[Hint: Draw a line parallel to ST through the point R.]
Solution 16:
First, we construct a line XY parallel to PQ.
We know, the angles on the same side of the transversal are equal to 180°.
Thus, ∠PQR+∠QRX = 180°
Or, ∠QRX = 180°110°
∴ ∠QRX = 70°
In the similar manner,
∠RST +∠SRY = 180°
Or, ∠SRY = 180° 130°
Therefore, ∠SRY = 50°
Now, from the linear pairs on the line XY
∠QRX+∠QRS+∠SRY = 180°
Putting the values, we have,
∠QRS = 180° – 70° – 50°
Hence, ∠QRS = 60°
Question 17: In the figure, if AB  CD, ∠APQ = 50° and ∠PRD = 127°, find x and y.
Solution 17:
From the above diagram,
∠APQ = ∠PQR (Since Alternate interior angles)
Now, substituting the value of ∠APQ = 50° and ∠PQR = x, we ,
∠APR = ∠PRD (i.e., alternate interior angles)
Or, ∠APR = 127° (Given ∠PRD = 127°)
∠APR = ∠APQ+∠QPR
Now, substituting the values of ∠QPR = y and ∠APR = 127° we get,
127° = 50°+ y
Or, y = 77°
Thus, the measure of x and y are as follows:
x = 50° and y = 77°
Question 18: In the given figure, p ll q, find the value of x.
Solution 18:
We extend the line p to meet RT at S.
Such that MS  QT
Now, in ARMS, we have
∠RMS = 180° – ∠PMR (Since linear pair]
= 180° – 120°
∠RMS + ∠MSR + ∠SRM = 180° [i.e., by angle sum property of a ∆]
⇒ 60° + ∠MSR + 30o = 180°
⇒ MSR = 90°
Now, PS  QT – ∠MSR = ∠RTQ
⇒ ∠RTQ = x = MSR = 90° (Since corresponding ∠s]
Question 19: In the figure, PQ and RS are the two mirrors placed parallel to each other. An incident ray AB strikes the mirror PQ at B, the reflected ray moves along the path BC and strikes the mirror RS at C and again reflects back along CD. Prove that AB  CD.
Solution 19:
Firstly, we draw the two lines, BE and CF, such that BE ⊥ PQ and CF ⊥ RS.
Now, since PQ  RS,
So, BE  CF
The angle of incidence = Angle of reflection (By the law of reflection)
∠1 = ∠2 and
We also know, the alternate interior angles are equal. Here, BE ⊥ CF and the transversal line BC cuts them at points B and C.
So, ∠2 = ∠3 (Since they are alternate interior angles)
Here, ∠1 +∠2 = ∠3 +∠4
Or, ∠ABC = ∠DCB
So, AB  CD (since alternate interior angles are equal)
Question 20: In figure, the sides QP and RQ of ΔPQR are produced to the points S and T, respectively. If ∠SPR = 135° and ∠PQT = 110°, find ∠PRQ.
Solution 20:
Given that TQR is a straight line, and thus, the linear pairs (i.e. ∠TQP and ∠PQR) will add up to 180°
So, ∠TQP +∠PQR = 180°
Now, substituting the value of ∠TQP = 110° we have,
We consider the ΔPQR,
The side QP is extended to the point S, and so ∠SPR forms the exterior angle.
Therefore, ∠SPR (∠SPR = 135°) is equal to the sum of the interior opposite angles. (By triangle property)
Or, ∠PQR +∠PRQ = 135°
Now, substituting the value of ∠PQR = 70° we get,
∠PRQ = 135°70°
Hence, ∠PRQ = 65°
Question 21: In the figure, ∠X = 62°, ∠XYZ = 54°. If YO and ZO are the bisectors of ∠XYZ and ∠XZY, respectively of Δ XYZ, find ∠OZY and ∠YOZ.
Solution 21:
We know, the sum of the interior angles of the triangle is 180
So, ∠X +∠XYZ +∠XZY = 180°
Putting the given values in the question, we have,
62°+54° +∠XZY = 180°
Or, ∠XZY = 64°
Now, we know that ZO is the bisector, so,
∠OZY = ½ ∠XZY
Therefore, ∠OZY = 32°
In the similar manner, YO is a bisector, and so,
∠OYZ = ½ ∠XYZ
Or, ∠OYZ = 27° (As ∠XYZ = 54°)
Now, the sum of the interior angles of the given triangle,
∠OZY +∠OYZ +∠O = 180°
Putting their respective values, we get,
∠O = 180°32°27°
Hence, ∠O = 121°
Question 22: In the figure, if AB  DE, ∠BAC = 35° and ∠CDE = 53°, find ∠DCE.
Solution 22:
We know, AE is the transversal since AB  DE
Here ∠BAC and ∠AED are the alternate interior angles.
Hence, ∠BAC = ∠AED
Given, ∠BAC = 35°
Now considering the triangle CDE. We know that the sum of the interior angles of the triangle is 180°.
∴ ∠DCE+∠CED+∠CDE = 180°
Putting the values, we get
∠DCE+35°+53° = 180°
Hence, ∠DCE = 92°
Question 23: To protect the poor people from cold weather, Ram Lal. has given his land to make a shelter home for them. In the given figure, ‘the sides QP and RQ of ∆PQR are produced to points S and T, respectively. If ∠PQT = 110° and ∠SPR = 135°, find the value of ∠PRQ.
Solution 23:
∠SPR + ∠QPR = 180° [i.e., a linear pair]
135° + ∠QPR = 180° [∵ ∠SPR = 135°]
⇒ ∠QPR = 180° – 135° = 45°
In ∆PQR, by the exterior angle property, we have
∠QPR + ∠PRQ = ∠PQT
45° + ∠PRQ = 110°
∠PRQ = 110° – 45° = 65°
Question 24: In the figure, if the lines PQ and RS intersect at point T, in such a way that ∠PRT = 40°, ∠RPT = 95°, and ∠TSQ = 75°, find ∠SQT.
Solution 24:
We consider the triangle PRT.
∠PRT +∠RPT + ∠PTR = 180°
Thus, ∠PTR = 45°
Now, ∠PTR will be equal to ∠STQ as they are the vertically opposite angles.
So, ∠PTR = ∠STQ = 45°
Again, in triangle STQ,
∠TSQ +∠PTR + ∠SQT = 180°
Solving this equation, we get,
74° + 45° + ∠SQT = 180°
Question 25: In the figure, if PQ ⊥ PS, PQ  SR, ∠SQR = 28° and ∠QRT = 65°, then find the values of x and y.
Solution 25:
x +∠SQR = ∠QRT (Because they are alternate angles and QR is the transversal)
Thus, x+28° = 65°
It is also known that the alternate interior angles are the same, and so,
∠QSR = x = 37°
∠QRS +∠QRT = 180° (Since linear pair)
Or, ∠QRS+65° = 180°
So, ∠QRS = 115°
Using the angle sum property in Δ SPQ,
∠SPQ + x + y = 180°
90°+37° + y = 180°
y = 1800 – 1270 = 530
Hence, y = 53°
Question 26: In the figure, the side QR of ΔPQR is produced to a point S. If the bisectors of ∠PQR and ∠PRS meet at the point T, then prove that ∠QTR = ½ ∠QPR.
Solution 26:
We consider the ΔPQR. ∠PRS is the exterior angle, and ∠QPR and ∠PQR are the interior angles.
So, ∠PRS = ∠QPR+∠PQR (According to the triangle property)
Or, ∠PRS ∠PQR = ∠QPR ———–equation(i)
Now, considering the ΔQRT,
∠TRS = ∠TQR+∠QTR
Or, ∠QTR = ∠TRS∠TQR
We know, QT and RT bisect ∠PQR and ∠PRS, respectively.
So, ∠PRS = 2 ∠TRS and ∠PQR = 2∠TQR
Here, ∠QTR = ½ ∠PRS – ½∠PQR
Or, ∠QTR = ½ (∠PRS ∠PQR)
From equation (i), we know, ∠PRS ∠PQR = ∠QPR
Therefore, ∠QTR = ½ ∠QPR (hence proved).
Question 27: For what value of x + y in the figure will ABC be a line? Justify the answer.
Solution 27:
The value of x + y should be 180o for ABC to be a line.
Justification:
From the figure, we can state that,
BD is a ray intersecting AB and BC at point B, which implies
and, ∠DBC = x
If a ray stands on the line, then sum of the two adjacent angles formed will be 180°.
⇒ If the sum of the two adjacent angles is 180°, then a ray stands on the line.
So, for ABC to be a line,
Then, the sum of ∠ABD and ∠DBC should be equal to 180°.
⇒ ∠ABD + ∠DBC = 180°
⇒ x + y = 180°
Thus, the value of x + y should be equal to 180° for ABC to be a line.
Question 28: Can a triangle have all angles less than 60°? Give a reason for your answer.
Solution 28:
No. A triangle cannot have all the angles less than 60°
As per the angle sum property,
We know the sum of all the interior angles of a triangle should be = 180°.
We suppose all the angles are 60o,
Then we get, 60o + 60o + 60o = 180o.
Now, considering angles less than 60o,
We suppose 59o to be the highest natural number, less than 60o.
Then we get,
59 o +59 o + 59 o = 177 o ≠ 180 o
Thus, we can say that if all the angles are less than 60o, the measure of the angles won’t be satisfying the angle sum property.
Therefore, a triangle cannot have all the angles less than 60o.
Question 29: Can a triangle have two obtuse angles? Give a reason for your answer.
Solution 29:
No. A triangle cannot have two obtuse angles.
According to the angle sum property,
We know, the sum of all the interior angles of the triangle should be = 180o.
An obtuse angle is one with a value greater than 90° but less than 180°.
We consider the two angles to be equal to the lowest natural number greater than 90o, i.e., 91o.
If the triangle has two obtuse angles, then there are two angles that would be at least 91° each.
By adding the two angles, we get
Sum of the two angles = 91° + 91°
⇒ Sum of the two angles = 182°
The sum of the two angles already exceeds the sum of the three angles of the triangle, even before taking into consideration the third angle.
Thus, a triangle cannot have two obtuse angles.
Question 30: How many triangles can be drawn having angles as 45°, 64° ,and 72°? Give a reason for your answer.
Solution 30:
No such triangle can be drawn having its angles 45°, 64° and 72°.
We know the sum of all the interior angles of a triangle should be = 180o.
But, as per the question,
We have the angles as 45°, 64° and 72°.
Sum of these angles is = 45° + 64° + 72°
= 181 o , which is greater than 180o.
So, the angles do not satisfy the angle sum property of a triangle.
Therefore, no triangle can be drawn having angles 45°, 64° and 72°.
Question 31: How many triangles can be drawn having their angles as 53°, 64° and 63°? Give a reason for your answer.
Solution 31:
Infinitely many triangles can be drawn having angles as 53°, 64° and 63°.
We know the sum of all the interior angles of the triangle should be = 180o.
We have the angles as 53°, 64°, and 63°.
Sum of these angles = 53° + 64° + 63°
Thus, the angles satisfies the angle sum property of the triangle.
Therefore, infinitely many triangles may be drawn, having their angles as 53°, 64° and 63°.
Question 32: In the figure, OD is the bisector of ∠AOC, and OE is the bisector of ∠BOC and OD ⊥ OE. Show that points A, O and B are collinear.
Solution 32:
According to the question,
In the figure,
OD and OE are the bisectors of ∠AOC and ∠BOC.
To prove: The points A, O and B are collinear.
i.e., AOB is a straight line.
As OD and OE bisect angles ∠AOC and ∠BOC, respectively.
∠AOC = 2∠DOC …(equation 1)
And ∠COB = 2∠COE …(equation 2)
Adding (equation 1) and (equation 2), we have,
∠AOC = ∠COB = 2∠DOC + 2∠COE
∠AOC +∠COB = 2(∠DOC +∠COE)
∠AOC + ∠COB = 2∠DOE
Since OD⊥OE
∠AOC +∠COB = 2×90o
∠AOC +∠COB =180o
So, ∠AOC + ∠COB form a linear pair.
Thus, AOB is a straight line.
Therefore, the points A, O and B are collinear.
Question 33: In the figure, OP bisects ∠BOC and OQ bisects ∠AOC. Prove that ∠POQ = 90°
Solution 33:
∵ OP bisects ∠BOC
∴ ∠BOP = ∠POC = x (say)
Also, OQ bisects. ∠AOC
∠AOQ = ∠COQ = y (say) .
∵ Ray OC stands on ∠AOB
∴ ∠AOC + ∠BOC = 180° [linear pair]
⇒ ∠AOQ + ∠QOC + ∠COP + ∠POB = 180°
⇒ y + y + x + x = 180°.
⇒ 2x + 2y = 180°
⇒ x + y = 90°
Now, ∠POQ = ∠POC + ∠COQ
= x + y = 90°
Question 34: In the figure, ∠1 = 60° and ∠6 = 120°. Show that the lines m and n are parallel.
Solution 34:
We have from figure ∠1 = 60° and ∠6 = 120°
As, ∠1 = 60° and ∠6 = 120°
Here, ∠1 = ∠3 [i.e.,vertically opposite angles]
∠3 = ∠1 = 60°
Now, ∠3 + ∠6 = 60° + 120°
⇒ ∠3 + ∠6 = 180°
If the sum of the two interior angles on the same side of l is 180°, then the lines are parallel.
Therefore, m  n
Question 35: AP and BQ are the bisectors of the two alternate interior angles which are formed by the intersection of the transversal t with the parallel lines l and m (figure). Show that AP  BQ.
Solution 35:
l  m and t is the transversal
∠MAB = ∠SBA [alternate angles]
⇒ ½ ∠MAB = ½ ∠SBA
⇒ ∠PAB = ∠QBA
But, ∠2 and ∠3 are alternate angles.
Hence, APBQ.
Question 36: If in the Figure, the bisectors AP and BQ of the alternate interior angles are parallel, then show that l  m.
Solution 36:
AP is the bisector of ∠MAB
BQ is the bisector of ∠SBA.
Given: APBQ.
So ∠2 = ∠3 [Alternate angles]
⇒ ∠2 + ∠2 = ∠3 +∠3
From the figure, we have ∠1= ∠2and ∠3 = ∠4
⇒ ∠1+ ∠2 = ∠3 +∠4
⇒ ∠MAB = ∠SBA
But we also know that these are the alternate angles.
Therefore, the lines l and m are parallel, i.e., l m.
Question 37: In the figure, BA  ED and BC  EF. Show that ∠ABC = ∠DEF [Hint: Produce DE to intersect BC at P (say)].
Solution 37:
Construction:
We extend DE to intersect BC at point P.
Given that EFBC and DP are transversal,
∠DEF = ∠DPC …(equation 1) [Since corresponding angles]
Also given, ABDP and BC is a transversal,
∠DPC = ∠ABC …(equation 2) [Since Corresponding angles]
From (equation 1) and (equation 2), we get
∠ABC = ∠DEF
Hence, Proved.
Question 38: In the given figure, AB  CD, ∠FAE = 90°, ∠AFE = 40°, find ∠ECD.
Solution 38:
external ∠FEB = ∠A + F
= 90° + 40° = 130°
As AB  CD
Therefore, ∠ECD = FEB = 130°
Hence, ∠ECD = 130°.
Question 39: If the two lines intersect each other, prove that the vertically opposite angles are equal.
Solution 39:
AB and CD intersect each other at the point O.
We suppose the two pairs of vertically opposite angles be,
1st pair – ∠AOC and ∠BOD
2nd pair – ∠AOD and ∠BOC
The vertically opposite angles are equal,
i.e., ∠AOC = ∠BOD, and ∠AOD = ∠BOC
The ray AO stands on the line CD.
If a ray lies on the line, then the sum of the adjacent angles is equal to 180°.
⇒ ∠AOC + ∠AOD = 180° (i.e., By linear pair axiom) … equation (i)
In the similar manner, the ray DO lies on the line AOB.
⇒ ∠AOD + ∠BOD = 180° (i.e.,By linear pair axiom) … equation (ii)
From equations (i) and (ii),
∠AOC + ∠AOD = ∠AOD + ∠BOD
⇒ ∠AOC = ∠BOD – – – – equation (iii)
In the similar manner, the ray BO lies on the line COD.
⇒ ∠DOB + ∠COB = 180° (By using linear pair axiom) – – – – equation (iv)
Also, the ray CO is lying on the line AOB.
⇒ ∠COB + ∠AOC = 180° (By using linear pair axiom) – – – – equation (v)
From equations (iv) and (v),
∠DOB + ∠COB = ∠COB + ∠AOC
⇒ ∠DOB = ∠AOC – – – – equation (vi)
Therefore, from equation (iii) and equation (vi),
∠AOC = ∠BOD, and ∠DOB = ∠AOC
Thus, we get vertically opposite angles are equal.
Hence Proved.
Question 40: Bisectors of the interior ∠B and the exterior ∠ACD of a Δ ABC intersect at point T.
Prove that ∠ BTC = ½ ∠ BAC.
Solution 40:
Given: In△ ABC, we produce BC to D and the bisectors of ∠ABC and ∠ACD meet at point T.
∠BTC = ½ ∠BAC
In △ABC, ∠ACD is an exterior angle.
The exterior angle of the triangle is equal to the sum of two opposite angles,
∠ACD = ∠ABC + ∠CAB
Now, dividing the L.H.S and R.H.S by 2,
⇒ ½ ∠ACD = ½ ∠CAB + ½ ∠ABC
⇒ ∠TCD = ½ ∠CAB + ½ ∠ABC …equation (1)
[∵CT is the bisector of ∠ACD⇒ ½ ∠ACD = ∠TCD]
Then in △ BTC,
∠TCD = ∠BTC +∠CBT
⇒ ∠TCD = ∠BTC + ½ ∠ABC …(2)
[∵BT is bisector of △ ABC ⇒∠CBT = ½ ∠ABC ]
From equations (1) and (2),
½ ∠CAB + ½ ∠ABC = ∠BTC + ½ ∠ABC
⇒ ½ ∠CAB = ∠BTC or ½ ∠BAC = ∠BTC
Hence, proved.
Question 41: A transversal intersects the two parallel lines. Prove that the bisectors of any pair of the corresponding angles so formed are parallel.
Solution 41:
We suppose,
EF be the transversal that passes through the two parallel lines at the point P and Q, respectively.
PR and QS are the bisectors of ∠EPB and ∠PQD.
We know, corresponding angles of the parallel lines are equal,
So, ∠EPB = ∠PQD
½ ∠EPB = ½ ∠PQD
∠EPR = ∠PQS
But we also know that they are the corresponding angles of PR and QS
Since the corresponding angles are equal,
Question 42: The lines AB and CD intersect at the point O. If ∠AOC + ∠BOE = 70° and ∠BOD = 40°, find ∠BOE and the reflex ∠COE.
Solution 42:
∠AOC, ∠BOE, ∠COE and ∠COE, ∠BOD, ∠BOE form a straight line each.
Thus, ∠AOC + ∠BOE +∠COE = ∠COE +∠BOD + ∠BOE = 180°
Here, by putting the values of ∠AOC + ∠BOE = 70° and ∠BOD = 40° we get:
70° +∠COE = 180°
∠COE = 110°
110° + 40° + ∠BOE = 180°
Question 43: The lines XY and MN intersect at O. If ∠POY = 90° and a: b = 2 : 3, find c.
Solution 43:
We know, the sum of a linear pair is always equal to 180°
∠POY + a + b = 180°
Substitutg the value of ∠POY = 90° (as given), we get,
a + b = 90°
Now, we know from the question a: b = 2 : 3, so,
We suppose a be 2x, and b be 3x.
∴ 2x + 3x = 90°
By solving the equation, we get
∴ a = 2 × 18° = 36°
b = 3 × 18° = 54°
Here, b + c also forms a straight angle, so,
b + c = 180°
=> c + 54° = 180°
Question 44: Given, POQ is a line. The ray OR is perpendicular to the line PQ. OS is another ray lying between the rays OP and OR. Prove that ∠ROS = 1/2(∠QOS – ∠POS).
Solution 44:
Given in the question that (OR ⊥ PQ) and ∠POQ = 180°
So, ∠POS + ∠ROS + ∠ROQ = 180° (Since linear pair of angles)
Now, ∠POS + ∠ROS = 180° – 90° (As ∠POR = ∠ROQ = 90°)
Now, ∠QOS = ∠ROQ + ∠ROS
Again, given ∠ROQ = 90°,
Therefore, ∠QOS = 90° + ∠ROS
Since ∠POS + ∠ROS = 90° and ∠QOS – ∠ROS = 90°, we get
=>2 ∠ROS + ∠POS = ∠QOS
Question 45: If AB  CD, EF ⊥ CD and ∠GED = 126°, find the value of ∠AGE, ∠GEF and ∠FGE.
Solution 45:
Since AB  CD GE is a transversal.
It is given that ∠GED = 126°
So, ∠GED = ∠AGE = 126° (alternate interior angles)
∠GED = ∠GEF + ∠FED
EF ⊥ CD, ∠FED = 90°
Again, ∠FGE + ∠GED = 180° (Since it is the transversal)
Question 46: If ∠X = 62°, ∠XYZ = 54°. If YO and ZO are the bisectors of ∠XYZ and ∠XZY, respectively of Δ XYZ, find ∠OZY and ∠YOZ.
Solution 46:
We know, the sum of the interior angles of the triangle is 180°.
Then, ∠X +∠XYZ + ∠XZY = 180°
Substituting the values given in the equation we get,
62° + 54° + ∠XZY = 180°
Now, ZO is the bisector, so,
∴ ∠OZY = 32°
In the similar manner, YO is the bisector, and thus,
Now, as the sum of interior angles of the triangle,
So, ∠OZY +∠OYZ + ∠O = 180°
∠O = 180° – 32° – 27°
Or, ∠O = 121°
Question 47: If AB  CD  EF, PQ  RS, ∠RQD = 25° and ∠CQP = 60°, then find the value of ∠QRS.
Solution 47:
AB  CD  EF
If the transversal intersects the two parallel lines, then each pair of the alternate exterior angles are equal.
Now, as PQ  RS
⇒ ∠PQC = ∠BRS
We have ∠PQC = 60°
⇒ ∠BRS = 60° … equation (i)
If the transversal intersects the two parallel lines, then each pair of the alternate interior angles is equal.
Now, since AB  CD
⇒ ∠DQR = ∠QRA
We have ∠DQR = 25°
⇒ ∠QRA = 25° … equation (ii)
By using the linear pair axiom,
∠ARS + ∠BRS = 180°
⇒ ∠ARS = 180° – ∠BRS
⇒ ∠ARS = 180° – 60° (From equation (i), ∠BRS = 60°)
⇒ ∠ARS = 120° … equation (iii)
Now, ∠QRS = ∠QRA + ∠ARS
From equations (ii) and (iii), we have,
∠QRA = 25° and ∠ARS = 120°
Hence, the above equation can be written as:
∠QRS = 25° + 120°
⇒ ∠QRS = 145°
Question 48: If an angle is half of its complementary angle, then find its degree measure.
Solution 48:
We suppose that the required angle be x
∴ Its complement = 90° – x
Now, according to the given statement, we obtain
x = 1 2 (90° – x)
⇒ 2x = 90° – x
Hence, the required angle is 30°.
Question 49: The two complementary angles are in the ratio of 1: 5. Find the measures of the angles.
Solution 49:
We suppose that the two complementary angles be x and 5x.
∴ x + 5x = 90°
Hence, the two complementary angles are 15° and 5 × 15°, i.e., 15° and 75°.
Question 50: If an angle is 14 o more than its complement, then find its measure.
Solution 50:
Let the required angle be x
x = 90° – x + 14°
⇒ 2x = 104°
Hence, the required angle is 52 o .
Question 51: If AB  EF and EF  CD, then find the value of x.
Solution 51:
Since EF  CD ∴ y + 150° = 180°
⇒ y = 180° – 150° = 30°
Now, ∠BCD = ∠ABC
x + y = 70°
x + 30 = 70
⇒ x = 70° – 30° = 40°
Hence, the value of x is 40°.
Question 52: In the given figure, the lines AB and CD intersect at O. Find the value of x.
Solution 52:
Here, the lines AB and CD intersect at O.
∴ ∠AOD and ∠BOD form a linear pair
⇒ ∠AOD + ∠BOD = 180°
⇒ 7x + 5x = 180°
⇒ 12x = 180°
Question 53: In the given figure, if x°, y° and z° are the exterior angles of ∆ABC, then find the value of x° + y° + z°.
Solution 53:
We know that an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of two opposite interior angles.
⇒ x° = ∠1 + ∠3
⇒ y° = ∠2 + ∠1
⇒ z° = ∠3 + ∠2
Adding all these, we have
x° + y° + z° = 2(∠1 + ∠2 + ∠3)
Question 54: In figure., AD and CE are the angle bisectors of ∠A and ∠C, respectively. If ∠ABC = 90°, then find ∠AOC.
Solution 54:
∵ AD and CE are the bisectors of ∠A and ∠C
∠OAC = 1 2 ∠A and
∠OCA 1 2 ∠C
∠OAC + ∠OCA = 1 2 (∠A + ∠C)
= 1 2 (180 0 – ∠B) [ Since, ∠A + ∠B +∠C = 180 0 ]
= 1 2 (180 0 – 90 0 ) [Since, ∠ABC = 90 0 ]
= 1 2 x 90 0 = 45 0
∠AOC + ∠OAC + ∠OCA = 180°
⇒ ∠AOC + 45o = 180°
⇒ ∠AOC = 180° – 45° = 135°.
Question 55: In the given figure, prove that m  n.
Solution 55:
ext. ∠BDM = ∠C + ∠B
= 38° + 25° = 63°
Now, ∠LAD = ∠MDB = 63°
But these are corresponding angles. Hence,
Question 56: In the given figure, two straight lines, PQ and RS, intersect each other at O. If ∠POT = 75°, find the values of a, b, and c.
Solution 56:
Here, 4b + 75° + b = 180° [since a straight angle]
5b = 180° – 75° = 105°
b – 105∘ 5 = 21°
Therefore, a = 4b = 4 × 21° = 84° (i.e., vertically opp. ∠s]
Again, 2c + a = 180° [Since, a linear pair]
⇒ 2c + 84° = 180°
⇒ c = 96° 2 = 48°
Therefore, the values of a, b and c are a = 84°, b = 21° and c = 48°.
Question 57: In the figure, ∠X = 72°, ∠XZY = 46°. If YO and ZO are the bisectors of ∠XYZ and ∠XZY, respectively ∆XYZ, find ∠OYZ and ∠YOZ.
Solution 57:
In ∆XYZ, we have
∠X + XY + ∠Z = 180°
⇒ ∠Y + ∠Z = 180° – ∠X
⇒ ∠Y + ∠Z = 180° – 72°
⇒ Y + ∠Z = 108°
⇒ 1 2 ∠Y + 1 2 ∠Z = 1 2 × 108°
∠OYZ + ∠OZY = 54°
[∵ YO and ZO are the bisectors of ∠XYZ and ∠XZY]
⇒ ∠OYZ + 1 2 × 46° = 54°
∠OYZ + 23° = 54°
⇒ ∠OYZ = 54 0 – 23° = 31°
Again, in ∆YOZ, we have
∠YOZ = 180° – (∠OYZ + ∠OZY)
= 180° – (31° + 23°) 180° – 54° = 126°
Question 58: Prove that if the two lines intersect each other, then the bisectors of the vertically opposite angles are in the same line.
Solution 58:
Let AB and CD be the two intersecting lines intersecting each other at the point O.
OP and OQ are the bisectors of ∠AOD and ∠BOC.
∴ ∠1 = ∠2 and ∠3 = ∠4 …equation (i)
Now, ∠AOC = ∠BOD [vertically opp. ∠s] ……equation (ii)
⇒ ∠1 + ∠AOC + ∠3 = ∠2 + ∠BOD + ∠4 [adding equation (i) and (ii)]
Also, ∠1 + ∠AOC + ∠3 + ∠2 + ∠BOD + ∠4 = 360° (Since ∠s at a point are 360°]
⇒ ∠1 + ∠AOC + ∠3 + ∠1 + ∠AOC + ∠3 = 360° [by using equation (i), (ii)]
⇒ ∠1 + ∠AOC + ∠3 = 180°
or ∠2 + ∠BOD + ∠4 = 180°
Therefore, OP and OQ are in the same line.
Question 59: In the given figure, AB  CD and EF  DG, find ∠GDH, ∠AED and ∠DEF.
Solution 59:
As AB  CD and HE is the transversal.
∴ ∠AED = ∠CDH = 40° [i.e., corresponding ∠s]
Now, ∠AED + ∠DEF + ∠FEB = 180° [since a straight ∠]
40° + CDEF + 45° = 180°
∠DEF = 180° – 45 – 40 = 95°
Again, given, EF  DG and HE is the transversal.
∴ ∠GDH = ∠DEF = 95° [i.e., corresponding ∠s]
Therefore, ∠GDH = 95°, ∠AED = 40° and ∠DEF = 95°
Question 60: In the figure, DE  QR and AP and BP are the bisectors of ∠EAB and ∠RBA, respectively. Find ∠APB.
Solution 60:
Here, AP and BP are the bisectors of ∠EAB and ∠RBA, respectively.
⇒ ∠1 = ∠2 and ∠3 = ∠4
Since DE  QR and the transversal n intersects DE and QR at A and B, respectively.
⇒ ∠EAB + ∠RBA = 180°
[Since cointerior angles are supplementary]
⇒ (∠1 + ∠2) + (∠3 + ∠4) = 180°
⇒ (∠1 + ∠1) + (∠3 + ∠3) = 180° (using equation (i)
⇒ 2(∠1 + ∠3) = 180°
⇒ ∠1 + ∠3 = 90°
Now, in ∆ABP, by angle sum property, we have
∠ABP + ∠BAP + ∠APB = 180°
⇒ ∠3 + ∠1 + ∠APB = 180°
⇒ 90° + ∠APB = 180°
⇒ ∠APB = 90°
Question 61: If the two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal, then prove that the bisectors of any of the two corresponding angles are parallel.
Solution 61:
Given: AB  CD and the transversal PQ meet these lines at E and F, respectively. EG and FH are
the bisectors of pair of the corresponding angles ∠PEB and ∠EFD.
To Prove: EG  FH
∵ EG and FH are the bisectors of ∠PEB, respectively.
∠PEG = 1 2 ∠PEB ………equation (i)
And, ∠EFH = 1 2 ∠EFD …..equation (ii)
Since, AB  CD and PQ is a transversal
Therefore, ∠PEB = ∠EFD
1 2 ∠PEB = 1 2 ∠EFD
∠PEG = ∠EFH
Which are the corresponding angles of EG and FH ∴ EG  FH.
Question 62: In the given figure, m and n are the two plane mirrors perpendicular to each other. Show that the incident rays CA is parallel to the reflected ray BD.
Solution 62:
Let the normals at A and B meet at point P.
Since the mirrors are perpendicular to each other, therefore, BP  OA and AP  OB.
Thus, BP ⊥ PA, i.e., ∠BPA = 90°
Therefore, ∠3 + ∠2 = 90° [by angle sum property] …equation (i)
Also, ∠1 = ∠2 and ∠4 = ∠3 [Angle of incidence = Angle of reflection]
Thus, ∠1 + ∠4 = 90° [from equations (i)) …(ii]
Adding equation (i) and (ii), we have
∠1 + ∠2 + ∠3 + ∠4 = 180°
i.e., ∠CAB + ∠DBA = 180°
Hence, CA  BD
Question 63: If the two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal, prove that the bisectors of two pairs of the interior angles form a rectangle.
Solution 63:
Given: AB  CD and the transversal EF cut them at P and Q, respectively and the bisectors of
the pair of interior angles form a quadrilateral PRQS.
To Prove: PRQS is a rectangle.
Proof: Since PS, QR, QS and PR are the bisectors of angles
∠BPQ, ∠CQP, ∠DQP and ∠APQ, respectively.
∴∠1 = 1 2 ∠BPQ, ∠2 = 1 2 ∠CQP,
∠3 = 1 2 ∠DQP and ∠4 = 1 2 ∠APQ
Now, AB  CD and EF is the transversal
∴ ∠BPQ = ∠CQP
⇒ ∠1 = ∠2 (∵∠1 = 1 2 ∠BPQ and ∠2 = 1 2 ∠QP)
But these are the pairs of alternate interior angles of PS and QR
In the similar manner, we can prove ∠3 = ∠4 = QS  PR
∴ PRQS is the parallelogram.
Further ∠1 + ∠3 = 1 2 ∠BPQ + 1 2 ∠DQP = 1 2 (∠BPQ + ∠DQP)
= 1 2 × 180° = 90° (Since ∠BPQ + ∠DQP = 180°)
∴ In ∆PSQ, we have ∠PSQ = 180° – (∠1 + ∠3) = 180° – 90° = 90°
Therefore, PRRS is the parallelogram whose one angle ∠PSQ = 90°.
Hence, PRQS is a rectangle.
Question 64: If in ∆ABC, the bisectors of ∠B and ∠C intersect each other at point O. Prove that ∠BOC = 90° + 1 2 ∠ A.
Solution 64:
We suppose ∠B = 2x and ∠C = 2y
∵OB and OC bisect ∠B and ∠C, respectively.
∠OBC = 1 2 ∠B = 1 2 × 2x = x
and ∠OCB = 1 2 ∠C = 1 2 × 2y = y
Now, in ∆BOC, we have
∠BOC + ∠OBC + ∠OCB = 180°
⇒ ∠BOC + x + y = 180°
⇒ ∠BOC = 180° – (x + y)
Again, in ∆ABC, we have
∠A + 2B + C = 180°
⇒ ∠A + 2x + 2y = 180°
⇒ 2(x + y) = 1 2 (180° – ∠A)
⇒ x + y = 90° – 1 2 ∠A …..equation (ii)
From equation (i) and (ii), we have
∠BOC = 180° – (90° – 1 2 ∠A) = 90° + 1 2 ∠A
Question 65: In the figure, if I  m and ∠1 = (2x + y)°, ∠4 = (x + 2y)° and ∠6 = (3y + 20)°. Find ∠7 and ∠8.
Solution 65:
Here, ∠1 and ∠4 form a linear pair
∠1 + ∠4 = 180°
(2x + y)° + (x + 2y)° = 180°
3(x + y)° = 180°
As I  m and n is a transversal
(x + 2y)° = (3y + 20)°
2x = 80 = x = 40
From (i), we have
40 + y = 60 ⇒ y = 20
Now, ∠1 = (2 x 40 + 20)° = 100°
∠4 = (40 + 2 x 20)° = 80°
∠8 = ∠4 = 80° [corresponding ∠s]
∠1 = ∠3 = 100° [vertically opp. ∠s]
∠7 = ∠3 = 100° [corresponding ∠s]
Hence, ∠7 = 100° and ∠8 = 80°
Question 66: In the given figure, if PQ ⊥ PS, PQ  SR, ∠SQR = 28o and ∠QRT = 65°. Find the values of x, y and z.
Solution 66:
Here, PQ  SR.
⇒ ∠PQR = ∠QRT
⇒ x + 28° = 65°
⇒ x = 65° – 28° = 37°
Now, in ∆SPQ, ∠P = 90°
∴ ∠P + x + y = 180° [i.e.,angle sum property]
∴ 90° + 37° + y = 180°
⇒ y = 180° – 90° – 37° = 53°
Now, ∠SRQ + ∠QRT = 180° [linear pair]
z + 65° = 180°
z = 180° – 65° = 115°
Question 67: In the figure, AP and DP are bisectors of two adjacent angles, A and D, of a quadrilateral ABCD. Prove that 2∠APD = ∠B + ∠C.
Solution 67:
In quadrilateral ABCD, we have
∠A + ∠B + ∠C + ∠D = 360°
1 2 ∠A + 1 2 ∠B + 1 2 ∠C + 1 2 ∠D = 1 2 X360 0
1 2 ∠A + 1 2 ∠D = 180 0 – + 1 2 (∠B + ∠C)
As, AP and DP are the bisectors of ∠A and ∠D.
Therefore, ∠PAD = 1 2 ∠A
and, ∠PDA = 1 2 ∠D
Now, ∠PAD + ∠PDA = 180 0 – 1 2 (∠B + ∠C) (i)
In APD, we have,
∠APD + ∠PAD + ∠PDA = 180 0
∠APD + 180 0 – 1 2 (∠B + ∠C) = 180 0 [ Using (i)]
∠APD = 1 2 (∠B + ∠C)
2 ∠APD = (∠B + ∠C)
Question 68: In the figure, PS is the bisector of ∠QPR; PT ⊥ RQ and Q > R. Show that ∠TPS = 1 2 (∠Q – ∠R).
Solution 68:
As PS is the bisector of ∠QPR
∴∠QPS = ∠RPS = x (suppose)
In ∆PRT, we have
∠PRT + ∠PTR + ∠RPT = 180°
⇒ ∠PRT + 90° + ∠RPT = 180°
⇒ ∠PRT + ∠RPS + ∠TPS = 90°
⇒ ∠PRT + x + ∠TPS = 90°
⇒ ∠PRT or ∠R = 90° – ∠TPS – x
Again in ΔΡQT, we have
∠PQT + ∠PTQ + ∠QPT = 180°
⇒ ∠PQT + 90° + ∠QPT = 180°
⇒ ∠PQT + ∠QPS – TPS = 90°
⇒ ∠PQT + x – ∠TPS = 90° [Since ∠QPS = x]
⇒ ∠PQT or ∠Q = 90° + ∠TPS – x …equation (ii)
Subtracting equation (i) from (ii), we get
⇒ ∠Q – ∠R = (90° + ∠TPS – x) – 190° – ∠TPS – x)
⇒ ∠Q – ∠R = 90° + ∠TPS – X – 90° + ∠TPS + x
⇒ 2∠TPS = 2Q ∠R
⇒ ∠TPS = 1 2 (Q – ∠R)
Question 69: In a triangle, if ∠A = 2∠B = 6∠C, find the measures of ∠A, ∠B and ∠C, also find the value of ∠A+2∠B 3∠C .
Solution 69:
We consider ∠A = 2∠B = 6∠C = x
2∠B = x = ∠B = 1 2
6 ∠ C = x ∠C = x 6
We know that ∠A + ∠B + ∠C = 180 0
[ using angle sum property of a ]
x + x 2 + x 6 = 180 0
6x + 3x + x = 180 0 x 6
10x = 1080 0 x = 108 0
x = ∠A = 108 0
Also, ∠B = x 2 = 108 2 = 54 0
∠C = x 6 = 108 6 = 18 0
Thus, ∠A = 108 0 , ∠B = 54 0 , ∠C = 18 0
Now, ∠A + 2∠B 3∠C = 108 + 108 3 x 18 = 216 54 = 4 0
Question 70: Students in a school are preparing banners for a rally. The parallel lines I and m are cut by the transversal t. If ∠4 = ∠5 and ∠6 = ∠7, what is the measure of angle 8?
Solution 70:
Here, given, ∠4 = ∠5 and ∠6 = ∠7
Now, I  m and t is the transversal
∴ ∠4 + ∠5 + ∠6 + ∠7 = 180° [Since cointerior angles are supplementary]
∠5 + ∠5 + ∠6 + ∠6 = 180° [using equation (i)]
2(∠5 + ∠6) = 180°
∠5 + ∠6 = 90°
We know, the sum of all the interior angles of a triangle is 180°
∴ ∠8 + ∠5 + ∠6 = 180°
⇒ ∠8 + 90° = 180° [using (ii)]
⇒ ∠8 = 180° – 90° = 90°
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Marks: 2 Ans
Given, PQ RS As SQ is transversal y = 46 ° [Alternate interior angles] Again, as SP PQ SPQ = 90 ° In SPQ, x + 90 ° + 46 ° = 180 o [Sum of angles of a triangle is 180 o ] x = 44 ° Hence, in the given figure, x = 44 ° and y = 46 °
Q.4 If one angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of other two, show that the triangle is rightangledtriangle.
Marks: 1 Ans
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A National Public School organised an education trip to a museum. Almost all the students of class IX went to the trip with their teacher of Mathematics. They saw many pictures of mathematicians and read about their contributions in the field of Mathematics. After visiting the museum, teacher asked the following questions from the students.
On the basis of the above information, solve the following questions:
Q 1. Pythagoras was a student of: a. Euclid b. Thales c. Archimedes d. Both a. and b.
Ans. (b) Pythagoras was a student of Thales. So, option (b) is correct.
Q 2. Name of the mathematician who is visible in the last picture, is: a. Euclid b. Pythagoras c. Thales d. None of these
Ans. (a) Euclid mathematician is visible in the last picture. So, option (a) is correct.
Q 3. Euclid stated that ‘A circle can be drawn with any centre and any radius’, is a/an: a. definition b. postulate c. axiom d. proof
Ans. (b) Euclid stated that ‘A circle can be drawn with any centre and any radius’ is postulate. So, option (b) is correct.
Q 4. In which country Thales belong to? a. Greece b. Egypt c. Babylonia d. Rome
Ans. (a) Thales belongs to Greece Country. So, option (a) is correct.
Q 5. Which of the following needs a proof? a. Definition b. Theorem c. Axiom d. Postulate
Ans. (b) Theorem needs a proof. So, option (b) is correct.
Understanding Euclid’s Geometry
Euclid’s Definitions
 A point is that which has no part.
 A line is breadthless length.
 The ends of a line are points.
 A straight line is a line which lies evenly with the points on itself.
 A surface is that which has length and breadth only.
 The edges of a surface are lines.
 A plane surface is a surface which lies evenly with the straight lines on itself.
A sentence which can be judged to be true or false, e.g., The sum of the angles of a quadrilateral is 360°, is a true statement and a line segment has one end point, is a false statement.
The basic facts taken for granted without proof. e.g., A line has infinitely many points.
A mathematical statement whose truth has been established (proved)
Euclid’s Axioms
 Things which are equal to the same thing are equal to one another.
 If equals are added to equals, the wholes are equal.
 If equals are subtracted from equals, the remainders are equal.
 Things which coincide with one another, are equal to one another.
 The whole is greater than the part.
 Things which are double of the same things, are equal to one another.
 Things which are halves of the same things, are equal to one another.
Postulate: The assumptions which are specific to geometry, e.g., Two points make a line.
Euclid’s Postulates
Postulate 1: A straight line may be drawn from any one point to any other point. Postulate 2: A terminated line can be produced indefinitely. Postulate 3: A circle can be drawn with any centre and any radius. Postulate 4: All right angles are equal to one another. Postulate 5: (Parallel Postulate): If a straight line falling on two straight lines makes the interior angles on the same side of it taken together less than two right angles, then the two straight lines, if produced indefinitely, meet on that side on which the sum of angles is less than two right angles.
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 Euclid’s method of formalizing observed phenomenon into rigorous Mathematics with definitions, common/obvious notions, axioms/postulates and theorems.
 The five postulates of Euclid. Showing the relationship between axiom and theorem, for example: (Axiom) 1. Given two distinct points, there exists one and only one line through them. (Theorem) 2. (Prove) Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common.
An axiom generally is true for any field in science, while a postulate can be specific on a particular field.
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Q1: what is euclid’s geometry.
A1: Euclid’s Geometry is a mathematical system attributed to the ancient Greek mathematician Euclid. It is based on a set of definitions, postulates (axioms), and propositions (theorems). This geometry primarily deals with the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, and solids in a twodimensional and threedimensional space.
Q2: Who was Euclid?
A2: Euclid was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the “Father of Geometry.” He lived around 300 BCE in Alexandria, Egypt. His most famous work, Elements , is a collection of books that form the foundation of what is now known as Euclidean geometry.
Q3: What are Euclid’s Axioms?
A3: Euclid’s axioms are basic assumptions that are accepted as true without proof. These axioms form the foundation of Euclidean geometry. Some of the key axioms include: (i) A straight line segment can be drawn joining any two points. (ii) Any straight line segment can be extended indefinitely in a straight line. (iii) All right angles are equal to each other. (iv) A circle can be drawn with any center and any radius.
Q4: What is the difference between an axiom and a theorem in Euclid’s Geometry?
A4: An axiom is a statement accepted as true without proof, serving as a starting point for further reasoning and arguments. A theorem, on the other hand, is a statement that has been proven to be true based on axioms and previously established theorems.
Q5: How did Euclid contribute to the field of geometry?
A5: Euclid’s major contribution to geometry was the systematic organization of geometric knowledge into a logical and rigorous framework. His work, Elements , consists of 13 books that cover a wide range of topics, including plane geometry, number theory, and solid geometry. This work laid the foundation for the study of geometry for centuries.
Q6: Why is Euclid’s Geometry still important in modern mathematics?
A6: Euclid’s Geometry is important because it provides a clear and logical framework for understanding the properties of shapes and spaces. The principles laid out by Euclid are still used as the foundation for many areas of mathematics, including modern geometry, algebra, and calculus.
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Case Study 1: In a mathematics class, students were learning about Euclid’s Geometry and the properties of lines and angles. The teacher drew the following figure on the board:
Using this figure, the teacher presented some statements and asked the students to determine whether they were true or false. Let’s see how well you can answer these questions:
Q1. In triangle ABC, if AB = AC, then the triangle is: (a) Equilateral (b) Isosceles (c) Scalene (d) Rightangled
Answer: (b) Isosceles
Q2. If lines AB and AC are perpendicular to each other, then the measure of angle BAC is: (a) 45 degrees (b) 90 degrees (c) 180 degrees (d) It cannot be determined
Answer: (b) 90 degrees
Q3. In triangle ABC, if angle B = angle C, then the triangle is: (a) Equilateral (b) Isosceles (c) Scalene (d) Rightangled
Q4. In triangle ABC, if angle B = angle C = 60 degrees, then the triangle is: (a) Equilateral (b) Isosceles (c) Scalene (d) Rightangled
Answer: (a) Equilateral
Q5. In triangle ABC, if AB = BC, then the triangle is: (a) Equilateral (b) Isosceles (c) Scalene (d) Rightangled
Case Study 2. A group of students is studying geometrical shapes and their properties. They came across the following figure:
The students were given statements related to this figure and were asked to determine whether they were true or false. Let’s see if you can answer these questions:
Q1. In the given figure, line segment AB is perpendicular to line segment CD. True or False?
Answer: (b) False
Q2. In the given figure, angle CAB is supplementary to angle BCD. True or False?
Q3. In the given figure, angle CAD is complementary to angle BCD. True or False?
Q4. In the given figure, line segments AC and BD are parallel. True or False?
Answer: (a) True
Q5. In the given figure, angle CAD is equal to angle CDB. True or False?
Case Study 3. A group of students was learning about the properties of quadrilaterals. The teacher presented them with the following figure:
The teacher then asked the students to identify the type of quadrilateral based on its properties. Let’s see if you can answer the questions correctly:
Q1. In the given figure, if all four sides of the quadrilateral ABCD are equal, then it is a: (a) Rectangle (b) Rhombus (c) Square (d) Parallelogram
Answer: (b) Rhombus
Q2. In the given figure, if opposite sides of the quadrilateral ABCD are parallel, then it is a: (a) Rectangle (b) Rhombus (c) Square (d) Parallelogram
Answer: (d) Parallelogram
Q3. In the given figure, if opposite angles of the quadrilateral ABCD are equal, then it is a: (a) Rectangle (b) Rhombus (c) Square (d) Parallelogram
Q4. In the given figure, if all four angles of the quadrilateral ABCD are right angles, then it is a: (a) Rectangle (b) Rhombus (c) Square (d) Parallelogram
Answer: (a) Rectangle
Q5. In the given figure, if all four sides of the quadrilateral ABCD are equal and all four angles are right angles, then it is a: (a) Rectangle (b) Rhombus (c) Square (d) Parallelogram
Answer: (c) Square
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Solution: Let the angles of a triangle be 2x, 3x and 4x. Since sum of all angles of a triangle is 180°. ∴ 2x + 3x + 4x = 180°. ∴ The required three angles are 2 × 20° = 40°, 3 × 20° = 60° and 4 × 20° = 80°. Question 9. A triangle ABC is right angled at A. L is a point on BC such that AL ⊥ BC.
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The NCERT solutions class 9 maths chapter 6 explains these as: When two lines intersect each other at a point, they form two vertically opposite angles that are equal to each other. Two angles are Complementary to each other if their sum is 90 degrees. Two angles are supplementary to each other if their sum is 180 degrees.
Updated for New NCERT Book  for 202324 Edition. Get NCERT Solutions of all exercise questions and examples of Chapter 6 Class 9 Lines and Angles free at teachoo. Answers to each question has been solved with Video. Theorem videos are also available. In this chapter, we will learn. Basic Definitions  Line, Ray, Line Segment, Angles, Types of ...
Lines and Angles Class 9 Questions and Answers. 1. In the figure, lines PQ and RS intersect at point O. If ∠POR : ∠ROQ = 5 : 7, find all the angles. Solution: From the given figure, ∠POR +∠ROQ = 180° (linear pair of angles since PQ is a straight line) Also, given that, ∠POR : ∠ROQ = 5 : 7.
NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 6 Lines and Angles Ex 6.1. In figure, lines AB and CD intersect at 0. If ∠AOC + ∠BOE = 70° and ∠BOD = 40°, find ∠BOE and reflex ∠COE. Thus, ∠BOE = 30° and reflex ∠COE = 250°. Ex 6.1 Class 9 Maths Question 2. In figure, lines XY and MN intersect at 0. If ∠POY = 90° , and a : b = 2 : ...
A few Important Questions Class 9 Mathematics Chapter 6 are provided here, along with their answers: Question 1: If one angle of the triangle is equal to the sum of the other two angles, then the triangle is. (A) An equilateral triangle. (B) An obtuse triangle. (C) An isosceles triangle. (D) A right triangle.
Answer: (c) Sidesideside (SSS) condition. Q4. The measure of the largest angle of the lake's triangle is: Answer: (c) 90 degrees. Q5. The measure of the smallest angle of the lake's triangle is: Answer: (d) Less than 30 degrees. Case Study 2. A group of students is studying the properties of triangles.
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NCERT Solutions Class 9 Maths Chapter 6  CBSE Free PDF Download. NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 6, Lines and Angles, deals with the questions and answers related to the chapter Lines and Angles. This topic introduces you to basic Geometry, primarily focusing on the properties of the angles formed: i) when two lines intersect each other and ii) when a line intersects two or more ...
Postulate 5: (Parallel Postulate): If a straight line falling on two straight lines makes the interior angles on the same side of it taken together less than two right angles, then the two straight lines, if produced indefinitely, meet on that side on which the sum of angles is less than two right angles.
CBSE Case Study Questions for Class 9 Maths Euclids Geometry PDF Case Study Questions Class 9 Maths Chapter 5. Case Study 1: In a mathematics class, students were learning about Euclid's Geometry and the properties of lines and angles.The teacher drew the following figure on the board: