### Math 10 Chapter 7 - Part D

 1. A circle touching three sides of a triangle internally is calleda) Circum Circle b) In-circlec) e-circle opposite to Ad) e-circle opposite to B
 2. A circle passing through three vertices of a triangle is calleda) e-circle opposite to A b) In-circlec) Circum Circled) e-circle opposite to B
 3. Two circles of same radii area) Different b) None of abovec) Equald) Similar
 4. The tangents at the end points of the diameter of a circle area) Parallel b) Perpendicularc) Collineard) Non-parallel
 6. No. of tangents that can be drawn from a point outside of circle area) Infinite b) Threec) Twod) Four
 7. Medians of a triangle cut each other in the ratioa) 2:3 b) 2:1c) 3:1d) 3:4
 8. Total No. of e-circles for a triangles area) 1 b) 3c) 2d) 4
 9. A circle touching the side AB of a triangle ABC externally and other two produced sides internally is calleda) e-circle opposite to vertex C b) Circum circlec) e-circle opposite to vertex Ad) In-circle
 10. A circle touching the side AC of a triangle ABC externally and other two produced sides internally is calleda) Circum Circle b) e-circle opposite to vertex Bc) In-circled) e-circle opposite to vertex A
 11. For the in-circle, we have to draw.a) Altitudes of Triangle b) Medians of trianglec) Right bisectors of sides of triangled) Bisectors of angles of triangles
 12. A line segment which cuts another line segment into two equal parts and is also perpendicular to it is called.a) Right bisector b) Medianc) Perpendiculard) Altitude
 13. A tangent is a line touching a circle ata) One point b) No pointc) Three pointsd) Two points
 14. A secant is a line cutting a circle ata) No points b) Two pointsc) Three pointsd) One point
 15. Angle between radius and tangent of circle is alwaysa) 30o b) None of abovec) 90od) 60o
 16. Alternate angles of parallel linesa) Acute angle triangle b) Right angle trianglec) Paralleld) Equal
 17. Median of trianglea) Bisects the sides and passes through opposite vertex b) Equalc) Corresponding angles are equald) From a point outside the circle
 18. A triangle of sides 4cm, 3cm, 5cma) Right angle triangle b) Bisects the sides and passes through opposite vertexc) Corresponding angles are equald) From a point outside the circle
 19. Similar figuresa) Acute angle triangle b) Bisects the sides and passes through opposite vertexc) Corresponding angles are equald) From a point outside the circle
 20. Two tangentsa) Corresponding angles are equal b) From a point outside the circlec) Acute angle triangled) Bisects the sides and passes through opposite vertex

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