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MCQ 10.Practical Geometry / अध्याय : प्रायोगिक ज्यामिति

MCQ Test

  • Q:1

    In a triangle, if the middle angle is 18° more than the smallest angle and the largest angle is 18° less than twice the smallest angle, then the three angles are

  • A
    50º, 63º, and 72º
  • B
    45º, 63º, and 72º
  • C
    60º, 45º, and 75º
  • D
    72º, 40º and 68º
  • Q:2

    If the value of an angle is 180°, then the angle is called

  • A
    an acute angle
  • B
    an obtuse angle
  • C
    a straight angle
  • D
    a right angle
  • Q:3

    Q:3

  • A
    an isosceles triangle
  • B
    an equilateral triangle
  • C
    a right-angled triangle
  • D
    a scalene triangle
  • Q:4

    Given, ABC is a triangle with side AB = BC = 28 cm and side AC = 18 cm. The triangle is

  • A
    a right-angle triangle
  • B
    an isosceles
  • C
    an equilateral
  • D
    scalene
  • Q:5

    In an isosceles triangle, two of the sides and two of the angles are equal. If the third angle is 50°, then two equal angles are

  • A
    60º and 60º
  • B
    65º and 65º
  • C
    55º and 55º
  • D
    100º and 100º
  • Q:6

    For any triangle, SSS stands for

  • A
    side – side – surface
  • B
    surface – surface – surface
  • C
    side – side – side
  • D
    side – surface – side
  • Q:7

    If, l and m are two parallel lines intersected by a transversal n, then the number of pairs of corresponding angles are

  • A
    4
  • B
    3
  • C
    2
  • D
    1
  • Q:8

    Sum of the three angles of a triangle is

  • A
    65º
  • B
    90º
  • C
    120º
  • D
    180º
  • Q:9

    In a right triangle, side opposite to the right angle is known as

  • A
    hypotenuse
  • B
    altitude
  • C
    base
  • D
    median
  • Q:10

    A plane closed figure bounded by three line segments is known as

  • A
    circle
  • B
    rectangle
  • C
    triangle
  • D
    square