10th General Maths MCQS Chapter 5

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An angle containing more than 180° and less than 360° angle is called:
obtuse angle
reflex angle
acute angel
right angle

If two angle and a corresponding side included angles of two triangles are same then they , which congruent this postulate is called:
S.S.S Postulate
S.A.S Postulate
A.S.A Postulate
R.H.S Postulate

Two angel with the common vertex and a common arm between them are called:
adjacent angles
reflex angles
supplementary angle
straight angles

Supplementary angle (straight) is equal to:
90°
120°
30°
180°

Circles in the same plane with same center and different radii are called:
equal circles
concentric circles
concyclic circles
semi circles

How many parallel lines to a given line can be drawn through a point?
one and only one
three
two
so many

If the sum of two angles is 90° then the angles are called:
inverse of each other
supplement of each other
reflex of each other
complement of each other

Angle in a semi-circle is of measure :
120°
60°
45°
90°

A parallelogram containing right angles is called a:
rectangle
quadrilateral
equilateral
square

A line segment whose end points lie on the circle is called a:
chord
radial segment
radius
are

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