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Updated for **new NCERT Book**.

NCERT Solutions of all exercise questions and examples of **Chapter 6 Class 7 Triangles** explained free at teachoo. All questions have been solved with detailed explanations of each and every step.

In this chapter, we will learn

- What is a
**triangle**, Different types of Triangles - What is
**median**of a triangle - What is
**altitude**of a triangle - What is an
**exterior angle**of a triangle, and what is**exterior angle property** **Angle Sum Property**of a triangle**Equilateral**Triangle and**Isosceles Triangle****Sum of lengths of two sides**of a triangle is greater than the third side- What is a
**right angled triangle** - And, what is
**Pythagoras Theorem**

Note: Important questions are also marked

Click on Serial Order Wise to open an NCERT Exercise or Examples.

Or you can click on Concept Wise.

In concept wise, we have divided the chapter into different concepts. First the concept is explained, then the questions of that concept is done - from easy to difficult.

What's in it?

Updated for **new NCERT Book**.

NCERT Solutions of all exercise questions and examples of **Chapter 6 Class 7 Triangles** explained free at teachoo. All questions have been solved with detailed explanations of each and every step.

In this chapter, we will learn

- What is a
**triangle**, Different types of Triangles - What is
**median**of a triangle - What is
**altitude**of a triangle - What is an
**exterior angle**of a triangle, and what is**exterior angle property** **Angle Sum Property**of a triangle**Equilateral**Triangle and**Isosceles Triangle****Sum of lengths of two sides**of a triangle is greater than the third side- What is a
**right angled triangle** - And, what is
**Pythagoras Theorem**

Note: Important questions are also marked

Click on Serial Order Wise to open an NCERT Exercise or Examples.

Or you can click on Concept Wise.

In concept wise, we have divided the chapter into different concepts. First the concept is explained, then the questions of that concept is done - from easy to difficult.