NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 11 Constructions (Ex 11.2) Exercise 11.2

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 11 Constructions (Ex 11.2) Exercise 11.2

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Exercise 11.2 

1. Construct a triangle $\mathbf{ABC}$ in which $\mathbf{BC}=\mathbf{7}$ cm, $\angle \mathbf{B}=\mathbf{7}{{\mathbf{5}}^{\mathbf{o}}}$ and $\mathbf{AB}+\mathbf{AC}=\mathbf{13}$ cm.

Ans: To draw the triangle $ABC$, follow the procedure listed below. 

  • First, draw a $7$ cm long line segment $BC$. 

  • Then, construct a ${{75}^{\circ }}$ angle $\angle XBC$ at $B$. 

  • After that, from the line $BX$, cut a line segment $BD$ of length $13$ cm (which is equivalent with $AB+AC$). 

  • Next connect $DC$ and construct an angle $\angle DCY$ equivalent to $\angle BDC$, by measuring the same arc radius as the angle $\angle BDC$ have.

  • Finally, suppose that the line $CY$ meet $BX$ at the point $A$. 

  • Thus, \[\Delta ABC\] forms the triangle needed.

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2. Construct a triangle $\mathbf{ABC}$ in which $\mathbf{BC}=\mathbf{8}$ cm, $\angle \mathbf{B}=\mathbf{4}{{\mathbf{5}}^{\mathbf{o}}}$, and $\mathbf{AB}-\mathbf{AC}=\mathbf{3}.\mathbf{5}$ cm.

Ans: To construct the triangle $ABC$, follow the procedure listed below. 

  • First, draw a $8$ cm long line-segment $BC$. 

  • Then, construct a ${{45}^{\circ }}$ angle $\angle XBC$ at $B$. 

  • Next, from the line $BX$, split a line segment $BD=3.5$cm (which is equivalent with $AB-AC$). 

  • After that, connect $DC$ and construct $PQ$ as the perpendicular bisector $PQ$ of the line segment $DC$. 

  • Finally, suppose that the line $BX$ meet $PQ$ at the point $A$ and connect $AC$.

  • Hence, \[\Delta ABC\] forms the triangle needed.

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3. Construct a triangle $\mathbf{PQR}$ in which $\mathbf{QR}=\mathbf{6}$ cm, $\angle \mathbf{Q}=\mathbf{6}{{\mathbf{0}}^{\mathbf{o}}}$, and $\mathbf{PR}-\mathbf{PQ}=\mathbf{2}$ cm.

Ans: To construct the triangle $ABC$, follow the procedure listed below. 

  • First, draw a $6$ cm long line-segment $QR$. 

  • Then, construct a ${{60}^{\circ }}$ angle $\angle XQR$ at $Q$. 

  • After that, from the line segment $QT$ on the opposite side of the line segment $XQ$, split a $2$ cm line segment $QS$. (Since $PR>PQ$ and $PR-PQ=2$ cm.). Then connect $SR$. 

  • Next, construct $AB$ as the perpendicular bisector on the line segment $SR$. 

  • Finally, suppose that $AB$ meet $QX$ at $P$ and connect $PQ$ and $PR$.

  • Hence, \[\Delta \,PQR\] forms the triangle as needed.

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4. Construct a triangle $\mathbf{XYZ}$ in which $\angle \mathbf{Y}=\mathbf{3}{{\mathbf{0}}^{\mathbf{o}}}$, $\angle \mathbf{Z}=\mathbf{9}{{\mathbf{0}}^{\mathbf{o}}}$, and $\mathbf{XY}+\mathbf{YZ}+\mathbf{ZX}=\mathbf{11}$ cm.

Ans: To construct the triangle $XYZ$, follow the procedure listed below.  

  • First, draw a line $AB$ of length $11$ cm. (Since, $XY+YZ+ZX=11$cm) 

  • Then, draw a ${{30}^{\circ }}$ angle $\angle PAB$ at the point $A$ and a ${{90}^{\circ }}$ angle QBA at $B$. 

  • After that, construct the bisectors of the angles $\angle PAB$ and $\angle QBA$ so that they meet together at $X$. 

  • Next, construct $ST$ and $UV$ as the perpendicular bisectors on the lines $AX$ and $BX$ respectively. 

  • Then, suppose that $ST$ and $UV$ meet the line $AB$ at the points $Y$ and $Z$ respectively. 

  • Finally, connecting $XY$ and $YZ$, \[\Delta XYZ\] forms the triangle, we needed.

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5. Construct a right triangle whose base is $\mathbf{12}$ cm and sum of its hypotenuse and other side is $\mathbf{18}$ cm. 

Ans: To construct the required right-triangle, follow the procedure listed below.

  • First, draw a line segment $AB$ of length $12$ cm. 

  • Then, construct a ${{90}^{\circ }}$ angle $\angle XAB$ at the point $A$.

  • After that, from the line $AX$, snip a line segment $AD$ of length $18$ cm (because the sum of the length of other two sides is $18$ cm). . 

  • Next, connect $DB$ and construct an angle $\angle DBY$ equivalent to $\angle ADB$. 

  • Suppose that, $BY$ meet the ray $AX$ at the point $C$.

  • Finally, connect $AC$ and $BC$.

  • Thus, \[\Delta ABC\] forms the triangle, which we needed.

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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 11 Constructions Exercise 11.2

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