Q. 1363.8( 5 Votes )

# In Fig. 6.44, if RP = RQ, find the value of x.

Answer :

Given:

**Formula Used/Theory:-**

If 2 sides are equal then triangle is Isosceles triangle

In isosceles triangle base angles of triangles are also equal

In Δ PQR

As QR = PR

Then;

∠PQR = ∠QPR

∠QPR = 50° (By vertical opposite angle)

∠PQR = x = 50°

**Result:-** the value of x comes out to be 50°

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