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# ID : F-5-Geometry [1]

Geometry
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A pair of vertically opposite angles are also supplementary angles. Provide the value of either of
the angles.

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a. Plane

b. Ray

c. Line Segment

d. Diameter

## The perimeter of a circle is also known as the:

a. Chord

b. Circumference

d. Center

The number of lines that can be drawn through two distinct points is
a. One

b. Forty Two

c. Countless

d. Two

In a triangle, the first angle is one third of the second angle, and the second angle is 1.5 times the
third angle. What is the value of the second angle?
a. 90

b. 60

c. 45

d. 30

NOTE: Assume that the value of "pi" (ratio of the circle's circumference to diameter) is 3.
If the radius of a circle is 90.8 cm then what is the circumference of that circle?
a. 272.4 cm

b. 363.2 cm

c. 544.8 cm

d. 726.4 cm

a. 180 degrees

b. 360 degrees

c. 270 degrees

d. 90 degrees

## How many circles can be drawn with a given center ?

a. unlimited

b. 5

c. 1

d. 3

If 2 angles in a triangle add upto 39 then what is the value of the third angle?
a. 141

b. 51

c. 39

d. 129

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ID : F-5-Geometry [2]

## (10) Which of the following statements is false ?

a. All spheres are circles

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(11) A snail walks along the circumference of a circle at a speed which lets it complete one circle in
1:18:00 hours. The angle it would have covered in 1053 seconds is
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## Each angle in a pentagon is a

A diameter divides a circle in

angle
equal parts.

## Concentric circles are the circles having the same

The sum of all the internal angles of a rectangle is

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degrees.

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ID : F-5-Geometry [3]

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## Both angles are 90

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a. Plane

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b. Circumference

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a. One

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a. 90
Step 1
It is given that the first angle is one third of the second angle. Therefore,
the sum of the first and the second angle will be (1+1/3) times the second angle .... (Statement
1)
Step 2
It is also given that the second angle is 1.5 times the third angle. In other words,
the third angle is two third of the second angle .... (Statement 2)
Step 3
By combining the statements 1 and 2, we can say that:
Sum of all three angles is double of the second angle.
Step 4
We also know that the sum of all angles of a triangle is 180.
Step 5
Since double of the second angle is 180, the second angle should be 90.
(In higher grades you will learn Algebra, using which such questions can be solved very easily.
Algebra A fascinating subject)

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c. 544.8 cm

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d. 90 degrees

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a. unlimited

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a. 141
Step 1
The sum of all three angles of a triangle is 180.
Step 2
Since 2 angles in a triangle add upto 39.
Therefore the value of the third angle = 180 - 39 = 141

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81
Step 1
We know that complete circumference of circle covers angle of 360
Step 2
It is given that snail covers 360 in 1:18:00 hours.
1:18:00 hours = 4680 seconds
Step 3
Since in 4680 seconds, it covers angle of 360
Therefore angle covered in 1053 seconds = 1053(360/4680)
angle = 81

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