- A relation in which increase or decrease in one quantity causes a corresponding increase or decrease in the other.
- inverse Proportion
- Direct proportion
- Ratio
- Continued ratio
- A relation in which one quantity increases in the same proportion by decreasing the other and vice versa
- Direct proportion
- inverse Proportion
- Ratio
- Continued ratio
- What is the formula used for? (Component of ratio × Total quantity)/Sum of ratios
- Percentage
- Ratio
- Share
- Quantity
- If A:B = 3:7 and B:C = 8:9, then ratio A:B:C = _________.
- 24:56:63
- 21:56:72
- 56:56:24
- 24:63:56
- If x:z = 3:5 and y:z = 7:8, then ratio x:y:z = __________.
- 21:35:40
- 24:35:40
- 21:35:24
- 15:35:56
- if A:B = 4:3, B:C = 5:7 and A:D = 7:9, then A:B:C:D = ___________.
- 140:105:147:189
- 140:180:135:189
- 140:105:147:180
- 140:147:105:180
- Find x if : 3:x :: 9:7
- 21
- 27/7
- 10/3
- 7/3
- 2000 rupees are divided among Saleem, Irfan and Imran in ratio 2:3:5. What is the share of Imran?
- Rs.600
- Rs.1000
- Rs.500
- Rs.400
- 20 soldiers can consume a food stock in 8 days. How many soldiers will consume the same food stock in 5 days?
- 32
- 13
- 30
- 35
- If 4/7 of a piece of metal weighs 27kg, find the weight of 8/9 of the same piece of metal?
- 35kg
- 13.71kg
- 42kg
- 17.35kg
- If men complete one-third of the work, how much work will complete by 7 men in the same time?
- 35/3
- 3/35
- 5/21
- 7/15
- Convert 72km/h into m/s.
- 20m/s
- 2m/s
- 200m/s
- 7.2m/s
- Convert 30m/s into km/h.
- 8.33km/h
- 108km/h
- 1080km/h
- 18km/h
- The ratio of distance to time is called__________.
- speed
- distance
- variation
- proportion
- A vehicle takes 3 hours to complete the distance of 210 km. What is the speed in km/minute?
- 1/6km/m
- 3/2km/m
- 7/6km/m
- 70km/m
- Which one is correct?
- Time = Speed × Distance
- Speed = Distance × Time
- Distance = speed × Time
- Time = Speed / Distance
- How much time will a van take to cover a distance to 180 km with a speed of 60km/h?
- 3 hours
- 2 hours
- 1.5 hours
- 2.5 hours
- A polygon in which all sides are_________- to one another is called a regular polygon.
- congruent
- different
- parallel
- perpendicular
- Each angle in regular polygon is ___________.
- 100º
- 108º
- 120º
- 135º
- Each angle in regular Hexagon is____________.
- 100º
- 108º
- 120º
- 135º
- Each angle in regular octagon is ___________.
- 100º
- 180º
- 120º
- 135º
- Sum of all angles of a pentagon is ________________.
- 720º
- 360º
- 540º
- 1084º
- Sum of all angles of a Hexagon is ________________.
- 720º
- 360º
- 540º
- 1084º
- Sum of all angles of an octagon is___________.
- 720º
- 360º
- 540º
- 1084º
- A line that intersects the circle at any two of its points is called ___________.
- Tangent
- secant
- arc
- sector
- A line is called_____________ to the circle if it intersects the circle at any one & only one point.
- Tangent
- secant
- arc
- sector
- A portion of a circular region bounded by two radial segments and an arc is called____________ .
- chord
- secant
- angle
- sector
- A line segment joining any two points of a circle is called______________ .
- chord
- angle
- arc
- sector
- Any part or portion of the boundary of a circle is called_______________
- chord
- angle
- arc
- sector
- If four are more points are such that a circle passes through all points, these points are called________ points.
- Linear
- Concyclic
- Co-linear
- cyclic
- If two are more circles having the same centre & different radii are called_____________ circles.
- distinct
- Concyclic
- Concentric
- semi
- Two_______________ lines are said to be parallel if they do not intersect.
- coplanar
- perpendicular
- cyclic
- Vertical
- A line through the_________________ of one side of a triangle and parallel to another side bisects the third side.
- parallel
- midpoint
- angle
- perpendicular
- Two lines which are parallel to the same line are___________________ to one another.
- parallel
- perpendicular
- cyclic
- Vertical
- A quadrilateral in which diagonals bisect one another is a_________________.
- trapezium
- kite
- parallelogram
- None of these
- In a parallelogram_____________________ angles at the end point of each side are supplementary.
- Interior
- exterior
- alternate
- corresponding
- Which one regular polygon has each angle 135º.
- pentagon
- octagon
- hexagon
- heptagon
- A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 4 right angles is______________ .
- Triangle
- pentagon
- Hexagon
- Quadrilateral
- A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 2 right angles is____________.
- Triangle
- pentagon
- Hexagon
- Quadrilateral
- A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 8 right angles is___________.
- Triangle
- pentagon
- Hexagon
- Quadrilateral
- A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 6 right angles is____________.
- Triangle
- pentagon
- Hexagon
- Quadrilateral
- In a rectangle the diagonals____________ .
- bisect each other at right angles.
- are perpendicular to each other
- intersect each other at mid-point
- None of these
- Square is a_____________
- Rectangle
- Regular polygon
- A quadrilateral having unequal sides
- both a &b
- Two lines or line segments in a plane which are neither intersecting nor parallel but they will intersect at a point when produced are called__________________ lines.
- converging
- coplanar
- perpendicular
- None of these
- The word Demonstrate comes from the Latin word “Demonstratum” which means______.
- to prove with the definition
- to prove with certainty
- to prove with given data
- to prove with example
- Geometric terms are accepted without definition.
- Defined terms
- Undefined terms
- Assumptions
- Propositions
- Geometric terms are defined with the help of undefined terms.
- Defined terms
- Undefined terms
- Assumptions
- Propositions
- Some mathematical statements are accepted without proof.
- fundamental agreements
- Undefined terms
- Assumptions
- both a &c
- Statements that are defined with the help of undefined terms, defined terms, and assumptions.
- Defined terms
- Undefined terms
- Assumptions
- Propositions
- Fundamental agreements are related to numbers.
- Axioms
- Postulates
- Both of these
- None of these