Basic Geometrical Ideas

75. A point determines a

  • (A) Space
  • (B) Location
  • (C) Shortest distance
  • (D) Area

74. The shortest distance between two points corresponds to

  • (A) Line
  • (B) Line segment
  • (C) Ray
  • (D) Curve

73. Two distinct  lines  in  a  plane  that  cross  at  a  point  are  called

  • (A) Intersecting lines
  • (B) Parallel lines
  • (C) Non-intersecting lines
  • (D) Non-parallel lines

72. Two distinct lines in a plane that do not meet are called

  • (A) Intersecting lines
  • (B) Parallel lines
  • (C) Non-intersecting lines
  • (D) Non-parallel lines

71. How many lines can pass through one given point?

  • (A) Zero
  • (B) One
  • (C) Two
  • (D) Infinite

70. How many lines can pass through two given points?

  • (A) Zero
  • (B) One
  • (C) Two
  • (D) Infinite

69. A simple closed curve made of line segments only is called a

  • (A) Polygon
  • (B) Line
  • (C) Circle
  • (D) None of these

68. A polygon of three sides is called a

  • (A) Triangle
  • (B) Square
  • (C) Line
  • (D) Point

67. A polygon of four sides is called a

  • (A) Triangle
  • (B) Quadrilateral
  • (C) Line
  • (D) Point

66. Regular polygon means

  • (A) A polygon with all sides equal
  • (B) A polygon with all angles equal
  • (C) A polygon with all sides and all angles equal
  • (D) A polygon with all unequal sides and unequal angles

65. A figure, every point of which is equidistant from a fixed point is called a

  • (A) Point
  • (B) Square
  • (C) Circle
  • (D) Pentagon

64. A figure, every point of which is equidistant from a fixed point is called a circle. The fixed point is known as

  • (A) Radius
  • (B) Diameter
  • (C) Centre
  • (D) Circumference

63. A figure, every point of which is equidistant from a fixed point is called a circle. The equal distance is called its

  • (A) Radius
  • (B) Diameter
  • (C) Centre
  • (D) Circumference

62. The distance around the circle is known as

  • (A) Radius
  • (B) Diameter
  • (C) Centre
  • (D) Circumference

61. The line segment joining any two points on the circle is called its

  • (A) Centre
  • (B) Chord
  • (C) Sector
  • (D) Semi-circle

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