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In the figure QS and RS are the bisectors of and respectively then



 none of these
Hint:
In this question, we have to find the correct option. For that we will use some properties of triangle yo find the correct relation between SQ and SR.
The correct answer is:
PQ>PR
=PRQ>PQR [angle opposite to the longer side of triangle is greater]
=1/2 PRQ> 1/2PQR
=SRQ>SQR [as QR is the bisector of PQR and RS is the bisector of PRQ]
= SQ>SR [as side opposite to greater angle is greatest]
So, SQ>SR
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