### Math 10 Chapter 5 - Part D 1. Three non-collinear points determine ____________ a) Line b) ray c) Plane d) Square 2. A six sided figure is called ___________ a) Pentagon b) Hexagon c) Trapezium d) Cone 3. Every line contains at least __________ distinct points. a) Two b) One c) Three d) Four 4. An ___________ triangle is an equiangular triangle a) Isoscele b) Obtuse angle c) Acute angle d) Equilateral 5. Every triangle has at least two ________ angles a) Obtuse b) Vertical c) Right d) Acute 6. In right angle triangle the acute angles are ____________ a) Equal to 270 degrees b) Complementary c) Equal to 360 degrees d) Supplementary 7. If more than two points lie on the same line they are said to be _______ points. a) Non-collinear b) Equidistance c) Mid d) Collinear 8. If two altitudes of a triangle are congruent then it is ___________ triangle. a) An equiangular b) An equilateral c) An isosceles d) Scalene 9. The set of all points which lie outside a triangle is called _______ of a triangle. a) Exterior b) Interior c) Same point d) Collinear 10. If two triangles are similar then their corresponding sides are a) Perpendicular b) Plane c) Equal d) Proportional 11. In an isosceles triangle if the base is less than each of the congruent sides, the vertex angle is _________ 60o. a) Less than b) None of the given c) Equal to d) Greater than 12. Isosceles triangle. a) Each angle of measure 60 degrees b) All sides of different in lengths c) Two sides equal in length d) Have one angle of 90 degrees 13. Scalene triangle a) All sides of different in lengths b) Have all angles less than 90 degrees c) Each angle of measure 60degrees d) Two angles are each 80 degreesand one is 100 degrees 14. Right angle triangle a) Have one angle of 90 degrees b) Each angle of measure 60 degrees c) All sides of different in lengths d) Two sides equal in length 15. Acute-angled triangle a) Two sides equal in length b) Each angle of measure 60 degrees c) Two angles are each 80 degrees and one is 100 degrees d) Have all angles less than 90 degrees 16. Equilateral triangle a) All sides of different in lengths b) Each angle of measure 60 degrees c) Have one angle of 90degrees d) Two sides equal in length

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