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# What is common in the following figures (i) and (ii) (Fig. 2.36.)?

Is Fig. 2.36 (i) that of triangle? if not, why?

Answer :

Both the figures have three lines segments.

Figure (i) is not a triangle because it is not a closed figure.

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