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# In Fig. 2.13, PQ ⊥ RQ, PQ = 5 cm and QR = 5 cm. Then ∆ PQR is

A. a right triangle but not isosceles

B. an isosceles right triangle

C. isosceles but not a right triangle

D. neither isosceles nor right triangle

Answer :

B as its two sides are equal and one angle is 90°

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