# 10th Class Maths MCQ with Answers Chapter 11

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The chord length of a circle subtending a central angle of 180° is always:
none of these
less than radial segment
equal to the radial segment
double of the radial segment

The length of a chord and the radial segment of a circle are congruent, the central angle made by the chord will be .
60o
45o
30o
75o

Out of two congruent ares of a circle, if one are makes a central angle of 30° then the other are will subtend the central angle of:
60°
45°
15°
30°

The length of a chord and the radial segment of a circle are congruent, the central angle made by the chord will be:
45°
75°
60°
30°

A pair of chords of a circle subtending two congruent central angles is:
parallel
congruent
over lapping
incongruent

Any portion of the circumference will be known as ______ of the circle:
a tangent
an arc
a chord
an angle

A 4cm long chord subtends a central angle of 60°. The radial segment of this circle is:
3
4
2
1

If an are of a circle subtends a central angle of 60o, then the corresponding chord of the are will make the central angle of.
80o
40o
60o
20o

If an arc of a circle subtends a central angle of 60°, then the corresponding chord of the arc will make the central angle of:
80°
40°
60°
20°

The portion of a circle bounded by an are and a chord is known as:
chord of the circle
diameter of the circle
radius of the cirlce
segment of the circle

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