This page requires a JavaScript-enabled browser
Instructions on how to enable your browser are contained in the help file.
Math 10 Chapter 6 - Part A
1.
The set of all points of a plane, which are equidistant from a fixed point is called a _________.
a) Chord
b) Circle
c) Straight Line
d) Triangle
2.
A diameter is a chord which passes through the ________ of the circle
Click here to enter your answer!
3.
Centre of a circle is not a __________ on the circle.
Click here to enter your answer!
4.
Central angle is an angle subtended by an arc at the __________ of the circle.
a) Centre
b) Diameter
c) Circumfrence
5.
The measure of an angle inscribed in a semi-circle is equal to ________.
a) 90
^{o}
b) 270
^{o}
c) 45
^{o}
d) 180
^{o}
6.
A chord through the centre of the circle is called __________.
a) Diameter
b) Central chord
c) Diameter or Central chord
d) Insentric
7.
Two circles are congruent if their __________ are congruent.
a) Tangents
b) Concentrics
c) Radius
8.
Circles which has only one point in common are called __________.
a) Concentric circles
b) Escribed circles
c) In-circles
d) Tangent circles
9.
The centres of two tangent circles and their common point always lie on the same _____.
a) Straight line
b) Inclined line
c) Perpendicular line
d) Parallel line
10.
Circles having a common centre are called ____________.
a) Escribed circles
b) In-circles
c) Concentric circles
d) Inscribed circles
11.
Circumcentre is the point of intersection of ___________ sides of the triangle.
a) Right Bisectors
b) Bisectors
c) Parallel Bisectors
d) Acute Bisectors
12.
The circle inscribed within a triangle so as to touch each of its sides is called the _______.
a) Escribed circle
b) In-circle
c) Escribed circle
d) Inscribed circle or in-circle
13.
The circle which touches one side externally and the other two produced sides of a triangle internally is called ___________.
a) c. Answers b and d are correct
b) d. Circle
c) b. Escribed circle
d) a. in-circle
14.
If a diameter of a circle is perpendicular to a chord, it _________the chord.
Click here to enter your answer!
15.
The perpendicular bisector of a chord of a circle passes through the ________ of the circle.
a) Diameter
b) Circumfrence
c) Radius
d) Centre
16.
Two chords of a circle which are equidistant from the centre are _________.
a) Perpendicular
b) Congruent
c) Acute
d) Obtise
17.
Two circles cannot intersect each other at more than ____________.
a) One Points
b) Three Points
c) Two Points
d) Four Points
18.
Angle inscribed in a major arc is ____________.
a) Parallel
b) Obtuse
c) Acute
d) Perpendicular
19.
The distance between a tangent line from centre of a circle is equal to ____
a) Radius
b) Major arc
c) Circufrence
d) Diameter
20.
The two tangents drawn to a circle from an outer point are equal in _________.
a) Radius
b) Diameter
c) Length
d) Circufrence
This is more feedback!
This is the feedback!