Triangle is one of the basic shapes in the subject of geometry. It is a closed figure consisting of three line segments having three edges and three vertices. There are different kinds of triangles which are classified according to the lengths of their sides.
Some of the examples of triangles include equilateral triangles, isosceles triangles, acute triangles, etc. Different triangles have their own respective properties. For example, equilateral triangles have all three sides equal, the Pythagoras theorem is applicable to right angles triangles, etc.
Students practicing from the RD Sharma exercises can solve their respective doubts from the solutions given below. RD Sharma solutions for class 7 maths are given in a detailed way to help the students clear their confusion and learn the topic in a more effective way. With these solutions, the students can learn about all kind of triangles (Isosceles, Equilateral, Scalene, Right angle, Obtuse etc) and about the various properties of the triangle which is vertex, Base, Altitude, Median, Area, etc. in a better way.
|Chapter 15 Properties of Triangles|
|Properties of Triangles Exercise 15.1||Properties of Triangles Exercise 15.2|
|Properties of Triangles Exercise 15.3||Properties of Triangles Exercise 15.4|
|Properties of Triangles Exercise 15.5|