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The following are the measures of the sides of five different triangle

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Originally posted by Bunuel on 09 Oct 2018, 01:34.
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The following are the measures of the sides of five different triangles. Which one of them represents a right triangle?


A. \(\sqrt{3}, \sqrt{4}, \sqrt{5}\)

B. 1,5,4,

C. 7,3,4

D. \(\sqrt{3},\sqrt{7},\sqrt{4}\)

E. 4,8,10


As per pythagorus theorem, \(a^2 + b^2 = c^2\) for a triangle to be right triangle

Here only Option D satisfies the theorem i.e. \((√3)^2 + (√4)^2 = (√7)^2\)

Answer: Option D
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