NCERT Class 9 Solutions: Triangles (Chapter 7) Exercise 7.5 – Part 2

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Perpendicular bisector

Give perpendicular bisector at triangle ABC ,D is a mid point of AB,E is a mid point of BC and F is mid point of AC

Give Perpendicular Bisector at Triangle ABC

Give perpendicular bisector at triangle ABC ,D is a mid point of AB,E is a mid point of BC and F is mid point of AC

To find this point, you will construct three perpendicular bisectors, one for each side of the triangle. The point where all three perpendicular bisectors intersect is called the Circumcenter. Using this center point, we can draw a circle that passes through all three vertices.

Q-2. In the triangle located a point in its interior which is equidistant from all the side of the triangle.

Solution:

Triangle of ABC Its Bisectors of ∠B and ∠C.

Triangle of ABC its bisectors of ∠B and ∠C., this angle bisectors intersect each other at point l

  • Draw bisectors of ∠B and ∠ .

  • Let these angle bisectors intersect each other at point I.

  • Draw IK BC

  • Also draw IJ AB and IL AC.

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  • In and ,

    ∠IKB ∠IJB = [By construction]

    ∠IBK ∠IBJ

    [ BI is the bisector of ∠B (By construction)]

    [Common]

    [Angle-Side-Angle criteria of congruency]

    [By Corresponding Parts Congruent Triangles.] ……….equation(1)

  • Similarly, CIK CIL

    [By Corresponding Parts Congruent Triangles.] ……….equation(2)

  • From eq (1) and (2),

  • Hence, I is the point of intersection of angle bisectors of any two angles of equidistant from its sides.

  • Draw bisectors of and .

  • Let these angle bisectors intersect each other at point I.

  • Draw

  • Also draw and .

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    [By construction]

    [ BI is the bisector of B (By construction)]

    [Common]

    [Angle-Side-Angle criteria of congruency]

    [By Corresponding Parts of Congruent Triangles.] ……….equation(1)

  • Similarly

    [By Corresponding Parts Congruent Triangles.] ……….equation(2)

  • From eq (1) and (2),

  • Hence, I is the point of intersection of angle bisectors of any two angles of equidistant from its sides.