Have given below a few questions on basic geometry

1. Perimeter of a triangle with integer sides is equal to 15. How many such triangles are possible?

2. Triangle ABC has integer sides x, y, z such that xz = 12. How many such triangles are possible?

3. Triangle has sides a^2, b^2 and c^2. Then the triangle with sides a, b, c has to be – a) Right angled b) Acute-angled c) Obtuse angled d) can be any of these three

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