NCERT Class 9 Maths Triangles

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NCERT Book for Class 9 Mathematics Chapter 7 Triangles

Class 9 Mathematics students should refer to the following NCERT Book chapter Chapter 7 Triangles in standard 9. This NCERT Book for Grade 9 Mathematics will be very useful for exams and help you to score good marks

Chapter 7 Triangles NCERT Book Class 9


You have studied about triangles and their various properties in your earlier classes. You know that a closed figure formed by three intersecting lines is called a triangle. (‘Tri’ means ‘three’). A triangle has three sides, three angles and three vertices. For example, in triangle ABC, denoted as D ABC (see Fig. 7.1); AB, BC, CA are the three sides, Ð A, Ð B, Ð C are the three angles and A, B, C are three vertices. In Chapter 6, you have also studied some properties of triangles. In this chapter, you will study in details about the congruence of triangles, rules of congruence, some more properties of triangles and inequalities in a triangle. You have already verified most of these properties in earlier classes. We will now prove some of them.

NCERT Class 9 Maths Triangles

7.2 Congruence of Triangles
You must have observed that two copies of your photographs of the same size are identical. Similarly, two bangles of the same size, two ATM cards issued by the same bank are identical. You may recall that on placing a one rupee coin on another minted in the same year, they cover each other completely.

Do you remember what such figures are called? Indeed they are called congruent figures (‘congruent’ means equal in all respects or figures whose shapes and sizes are both the same). Now, draw two circles of the same radius and place one on the other. What do you observe? They cover each other completely and we call them as congruent circles.

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