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SSC CGL Geometry Inequality Set 1

SSC CGL Geometry Inequalitiy Set 1

SSC CGL Geometry Inequality Set 1 : Ques No 1

In an isosceles triangle FGH, FG < 3 cm and GH = 8 cm. Then the correct relation is    

Options:

A. GH = FH

B. GH < FH

C. GF = GH

D. FH > GH

Answer: A

Solution:

SSC CGL Geometry Inequality Set 1 : Ques No 2

The sum of three altitudes of a triangle is    

Options:

A. equal to the sum of three sides

B. twice the sum of sides

C. greater than the sum of the sides

D. less than the sum of the sides

Answer: D

Solution:

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SSC CGL Geometry Inequality Set 1 : Ques No 3

How many triangles can be formed by taking any three from the four line segments of lengths 2 cm, 3 cm, 5 cm and 6 cm?    

Options:

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

Answer: B

Solution:

SSC CGL Geometry Inequality Set 1 : Ques No 4

If A, B and C are three points lying on the same place and AB = 5 cm and BC = 10 cm, then the possible length of AC (in cm) is

Options:

A. 15

B. 5

C. 3

D. 6

Answer: D

Solution:

SSC CGL Geometry Inequality Set 1 : Ques No 5

In the triangle ABC, AD, BE and CF are three altitudes and AD and BE intersect at G with BE + EG = BG. Then,  

Options:

A. FC + CG = FG

B. CF + FG = CG

C. CG + GF = CF

D. CF – FG = CG

Answer: A

Solution:

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