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The chord passing through the centre of a circle is called.
Circumference
Secant
Radius
Diameter

The angle subtended by an arc at center of a circle is called:
central angel
supplementary angle
cir cum angel
minor are

The draw the inscribed circle of a triangle we have to draw:
bisector of angles
tangent of circle
bisector of sides
median of sides

The circular region bounded by an arc of a circle and its two corresponding radial segments is called:
circumference
segment
sector
radius

Circumference is the ration of:
Diameter and circumference
Radius and diameter
Circumference and radius
Circumference and diameter

A quadrilateral is called ____________ when a circle can be drawn through its four vertices:
central quadrilateral
cyclic
none cyclic
non central quadrilateral

If the radii of two externally touching circles are 3cm and 5cm then the distance between centers will be:
8cm
10cm
6cm
5cm

In which duration the Greek mathematician contributed a lot?
(600 – 300 BC)
(400 – 600 BC)
(300 – 400 BC)
(500 – 600 BC)

How many prescribed circles of a triangle can be drawn?
one
two
four
three

If the radius of two or more than two circles is equal then the circles are:
same centered
similar
congruent
cir cum circles

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