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Is triangle XYZ an equilateral triangle?

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Re: Is triangle XYZ an equilateral triangle?  [#permalink]

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Statement 1 is insufficient.
No idea about angles X and Y.

From 2: It can be either isoscles or equilateral.

Combining 1&2 is suficient.

C is the answer

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Bunuel wrote:
Is triangle XYZ an equilateral triangle?

(1) Angle X is 60°.
(2) Side XY is equal to side YZ.
St1: it can be any triangle as we have restricted only one angle. Other angles can be 60,60 or 40,20

St2: it can be an isosceles triangle or an equilateral triangle.

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Solution



To find:
    • If triangle XYZ is an equilateral triangle or not

Approach and Working:
    • In equilateral triangle,
    o All sides are equal
    o All angles are equal to 60 degrees

Analysing Statement 1
    • We are given that ∠X = 600
    • We do not have information about any other angle
Therefore, Statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer this question

Analysing Statement 2
    • We are given that XY = YZ
    • We do not have any information about the third side, ZX
Therefore, Statement 2 alone is not sufficient to find an answer.

Combining Both Statements
    • Combining both the statements, we get
    o XY = YZ, implies ∠Y = ∠Z, and
    o ∠X = 60 degrees, implies ∠Y + ∠Z = 180 – 60 = 120 degrees
    o From the above two equations, we get, ∠Y = ∠Z = 60 degrees
Thus, Statement (1) and (2) TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question

Hence, the correct answer is option C.

Answer: C

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Re: Is triangle XYZ an equilateral triangle?  [#permalink]

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Bunuel wrote:
Is triangle XYZ an equilateral triangle?

(1) Angle X is 60°.
(2) Side XY is equal to side YZ.




(1) Angle X is 60°.
no information on sides .
Y+Z =120
insufficient

(2) Side XY is equal to side YZ.
The triangle can be an isosceles or an equilateral triangle
insufficient.

using both the statements.
x=z=60
y=180-120=60
x=y=z=60
sufficient
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