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Math 10 Chapter 6 - Part E
1.
Congruent circles
a) Equal radii
b) Equidistant from centre
c) Common arc
d) Congruent sides
2.
Congruent arcs
a) Equidistant from centre
b) Congruent sides
c) Equal central angles
d) Equal radii
3.
Congruent Chords
a) Equal radii
b) Common arc
c) Equidistant from centre
d) Congruent sides
4.
Congruent inscribed angles
a) Equal radii
b) Equidistant from centre
c) Common arc
d) Equal central angles
5.
Similar figures
a) Equal central angles
b) Common arc
c) Congruent angles
d) Equal radii
6.
Minor arc is always less than the
a) Inscribed circle
b) Sector of circle
c) Concentric circles
d) Semi-circle
7.
The circular region bounded by an arc of a circle and any two radial segment is
a) Sector of circle
b) Circum-circle
c) Semi-circle
d) Concentric circles
8.
Circles having common centre are called
a) Inscribed circle
b) Sector of circle
c) Circum-circle
d) Concentric circles
9.
The circle which passes through the three vertices of a triangle is called
a) Concentric circles
b) Semi-circle
c) Circum-circle
d) Escribed circle
10.
�r� represent the radius of
a) Concentric circles
b) Escribed circle
c) Circum-circle
d) Inscribed circle
11.
The perpendicular bisector of a chord of a circle passes through
a) Chord of circle
b) Equal
c) Three non-collinear points
d) Centre of the circle
12.
One and only one circle can pass through
a) Obtuse
b) Centre of the circle
c) Three non-collinear points
d) Acute
13.
Angle inscribed in a major arc is
a) Chord of circle
b) Acute
c) Obtuse
d) Equal
14.
All angles inscribed in a major arc are
a) Chord of circle
b) Three non-collinear points
c) Obtuse
d) Equal
15.
Every diameter of a circle is als
a) Chord of circle
b) Chord of circle
c) Three non-collinear points
d) Centre of the circle
16.
Central angle is an angle subtended by an arc at the
a) Tangent to the circle
b) Two right angles
c) Internally
d) Centre of the circle
17.
The measure of an angle inscribed in a semi-circle is
a) Internally
b) Two right angles
c) Right angle
d) Tangent to the circle
18.
If the distance between the centres of two circles is equal to the difference of their radii, then they touch
a) Tangent to the circle
b) Right angle
c) Internally
d) Centre of the circle
19.
A line which is perpendicular to a radial segment at its outer end is
a) Two right angles
b) Centre of the circle
c) Tangent to the circle
d) Right angle
20.
Sum of opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral is
a) Externally
b) Acute angle
c) Two right angles
d) Centre of the circle
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