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  • 1. Number Systems - Quiz


    1. The value of √8+√18 is
    a) 26
    b) 2(√2+√3)
    c) 7
    d) 5√2

    2. 2.003 can be expressed in the rational form as
    a) 2003/100
    b) 2003/1000
    c) 2003/10000
    d) 2003/10

  • 2. Polynomials - Quiz


    1. For x2+2x+5 to be a factor of x4+px2+q, the values of p and q must be
    b) -2,5
    c) 5,25
    d) 10,20

    2. Factorise px2+(402-3q)x-12pq
    a) (x-4p)(px-3q)
    b) (x+4p)(px-3q)
    c) (x+4p)(px+3q)
    d) (x-4p)(px+3q)

  • 3. Coordinate Geometry - Quiz


    1. The distance of the point (2,0) from the origin is _________
    a) 1 units
    b) 2 units
    c) 4 units
    d) none

    2. The point (0,3) lies on
    a) +ve X-axis
    b) +ve Y-axis
    c) -ve X-axis
    d) ve Y-axis

  • 4. Linear Equations in Two Variable - Quiz


    1. An equation of the form ax+by+c= 0, where a,b are non zero numbers represents ________
    a) a straight line
    b) a circle
    c) a triangle
    d) a quadrilateral

    2. If x= -2 and y=3 is the solution of the equation 3x-5y = k, then the value of `k` is ________
    a) -21
    b) -9
    c) -18
    d) 19

  • 5. Introduction to Euclid's Geometry - Quiz


  • 6. Lines and Angles - Quiz


    1. Measure of y0 in the given figure is

    a) 700
    b) 750
    c) 800
    d) 850

    2. The maximum number of letters that can be used to represent an angle are
    a) 5
    b) 2
    c) 3
    d) 1

  • 7. Triangles - Quiz


    1. Can 900, 900 and 200 form a triangle?
    a) Yes
    b) sometimes
    c) no
    d) none

    2. In the fig. given below, find ∠Z.

    a) 400
    b) 1100
    c) 450
    d) none

  • 8. Quadrilaterals - Quiz


    1. AB and CD are diameters. Then ACBD is

    a) square
    b) trapezium
    c) icoceles trapezium
    d) rectangle

    2. In the given figure AO and DO are the bisectors of the ∠A anf the ∠D of the quadrilateral ABCD. Then the ∠AOD is

    a) 67.50
    b) 77.50
    c) 87.50
    d) 99.750

  • 9. Area of Parallelograms and Triangles - Quiz


    1. The area of a rhombus is 20cm2. If one of its diagonals is 5cm, the other diagonals is ________
    a) 4cm
    b) 8cm
    c) 10cm
    d) 16cm

    2. A triangle and a rhombus are on the same base and between the same parallels. Then the ratio of the areas of the triangle and the rhombus is _________
    a) 1:1
    b) 1:2
    c) 1:3
    d) 1:4

  • 10. Circles - Quiz


    1. In the given figure, AOB and COD are two diameters of a circle with centre O. IF ∠OAC = 600. Find ∠ABD.

    a) 400
    b) 600
    c) 500
    d) 800

    2. In the given figure, ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral in which ∠BAD = 1200.
    Find ∠BCD.

    a) 2400
    b) 600
    c) 1200
    d) 1800

  • 11. Constructions - Quiz


    1. If one angle is the acerage of the other two angles anmd the difference between the greatest and least angles is 600 , then the formed ∆le is
    a) an isoceles ∆le
    b) an equilateral ∆le
    c) a right angled ∆le
    d) a right angled isoceles ∆le

    2. In the following figure if AB = AC then find ∠x.

    a) 800
    b) 700
    c) 600
    d) 1100

  • 12. Heron's Formula - Quiz


    1. Adjacent sides of parallelogram are 5cm and 3.5 cm . One of its diagonals is 6.5cm. The the area of parallelogram is
    a) 8√3cm2
    b) 9√3cm2
    c) 10√3cm2
    d) 12√3cm2

    2. In a quadrilateral the sides are 9,40,28,15 units and the angle between first sides is a right angl. The area of quadrilateral is
    a) 106 sq units
    b) 206 sq units
    c) 306 sq units
    d) 406 sq units

  • 13. Surface Areas and Volumes - Quiz


    1. Correct the perimeter of the figure given below to one decimal place

    a) 56.0 m
    b) 56.6 m
    c) 57.2 m
    d) 57.9 m

    2. Two identical right circular cones each of heigh 2 cm are placed as shown in (diagram *each is vertical, apex downward ). At the start, the upper cone is full of water and lower cone is empty.

    Then water drips down through a hole in the apex of upper conbe into the lower cone. The height of waterin the lower cone at the momeny when height of water in upper cone is 1 cm is
    a) 1 cm
    b) √1/2 cm
    c) ∛1/4 cm
    d) ∛7 cm

  • 14. Statistics - Quiz


    1. The mean of 1/3, 3/4, 5/6, 1/2 and 7/12 is
    a) 2/5
    b) 3/5
    c) 1/5
    d) none

    2. The mean of five numbers is 27. If one of the numbers is excluded the mean gets reduced by 2. The excluded number is
    a) 35
    b) 27
    c) 25
    d) 40

  • 15. Probability - Quiz


    1. In a single throw of dice, the probability of getting a sum of 10 is
    a) 1/2
    b) 1/36
    c) 1/6
    d) none

    2. The chance that a non-leap year contains 53 saturdays is
    a) 2/7
    b) 1/7
    c) 2/365
    d) 1/365