Geometry is one of the most important topics of Quantitative Aptitude section of SSC CGL exam. It includes various concepts related to lines, angles, triangles, circles, polygons and so on. So, today I will just discuss concept and properties of triangle. Always remember that in Geometry, You need a very basic understanding. Cramming is not gonna help you anywhere.
A = `{s(sa)(sb)(sc)}^{1/2}`
where, s = (a+ b+ c)/2
2. Next property of exterior angle which is important in paper point of view:
External angle = Sum of two internal angles.
For example: In above figures,
r = a + b
q = a + c
s = b + c and so on.
Also check:
Important Questions of Geometry for SSC CGL
Triangles
Triangle = Figure with three sides.
Study the following triangle:
A,B,C `to` points.
a, b, c `to` sides.
Perimeter of triangle = a + b + c
Remember that, Sum of all the angles is always `180^o`
Remember that, Sum of all the angles is always `180^o`
i.e. `x + y + z` = `180^o`
Classification of Triangles
Basically there are three types of triangles excluding right angle triangle. Let me tell you how they vary from each other.
Isosceles Triangle: Two sides of triangle are equal.
Equilateral Triangle: All sides of triangle are equal.
 Scalene Triangle
 Isosceles Triangle
 Equilateral Triangle
Isosceles Triangle: Two sides of triangle are equal.
Equilateral Triangle: All sides of triangle are equal.
Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral


Definition

a `ne` b `ne` c

a`ne` b = c

a = b = c

Area

A

`(b/4) sqrt{4a^2 – b^2}`

`(3)^(1/2)(a^2)/4`

Height



`sqrt{(4a^2b^2) /2}`

`(3)^(1/2)a/2`

A = `{s(sa)(sb)(sc)}^{1/2}`
where, s = (a+ b+ c)/2
Properties of external angles of Triangle:
1. Sum of all exterior angles is `360^o`
Study the following set of triangles and their exterior angles,
a, b, c `to` Interior angles.
p, q, r and s, t, u `to` Exterior angles.
So, sum of exterior angles = `360^o`
i.e. p + q + r = `360^o` and
s + t + u = `360^o`
2. Next property of exterior angle which is important in paper point of view:
External angle = Sum of two internal angles.
For example: In above figures,
r = a + b
q = a + c
s = b + c and so on.
Right angle Triangle
Following triangle is a right angle triangle i.e. a triangle with one out of three `90^o` angle.
Area of right angle triangle
Area = `1/2 times Base times Perpendicular`
Example with Solution
Example: In following figure, CE is perpendicular to AB, angle ACE = `20^o` and angle ABD = `50^o`. Find angle BDA:
Solution: To Find: angle BDA
For this what we need  angle BAD
Because, Sum of all angles = `180 ^o`
Consider, triangle ECA,
CEA + EAC + ACE = `180^o`
i.e. `90^o` + `20^o` + EAC = `180^o`
Therefore, EAC = `70^o`
Now, come to triangle ABD,
ABD + BDA + BAD = `180^o`
`70^o` + `50^o` + BAD = `180^o`
Therefore, BAD = `60^o`
Example: In given figure. BC is produced to D and angle BAC = `40^o` and angle ABC = `70^o`. Find angle ACD:
Solution: In above figure, ACD is an exterior angle, and according to property,
Exterior angle = Sum of interior angles
Therefore, ACD = `70^o` + `40^o`
=`110^o`
This is not the end of this chapter. These are just the basics. In next session, I will discuss some important results, properties (congruency, similarity) and much more.
Always remember, Geometry needs practice and time.Also check:
Important Questions of Geometry for SSC CGL
Geometry concepts and properties for SSC CGL TierI
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