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  1. A relation in which increase or decrease in one quantity causes a corresponding increase or decrease in the other.
    1. inverse Proportion
    2. Direct proportion
    3. Ratio
    4. Continued ratio
  2. A relation in which one quantity increases in the same proportion by decreasing the other and vice versa
    1. Direct proportion
    2. inverse Proportion
    3. Ratio
    4. Continued ratio
  3. What is the formula used for? (Component of ratio × Total quantity)/Sum of ratios
    1. Percentage
    2. Ratio
    3. Share
    4. Quantity
  4. If A:B = 3:7 and B:C = 8:9, then ratio A:B:C = _________.
    1. 24:56:63
    2. 21:56:72
    3. 56:56:24
    4. 24:63:56
  5. If x:z = 3:5 and y:z = 7:8, then ratio x:y:z = __________.
    1. 21:35:40
    2. 24:35:40
    3. 21:35:24
    4. 15:35:56
  6. if A:B = 4:3, B:C =  5:7 and A:D = 7:9, then A:B:C:D = ___________.
    1. 140:105:147:189
    2. 140:180:135:189
    3. 140:105:147:180
    4. 140:147:105:180
  7. Find x if :            3:x :: 9:7
    1. 21
    2. 27/7
    3. 10/3
    4. 7/3
  8. 2000 rupees are divided among Saleem, Irfan and Imran in ratio 2:3:5. What is the share of Imran?
    1. Rs.600
    2. Rs.1000
    3. Rs.500
    4. Rs.400
  9. 20 soldiers can consume a food stock in 8 days. How many soldiers will consume the same food stock in 5 days?
    1. 32
    2. 13
    3. 30
    4. 35
  10. If 4/7 of a piece of metal weighs 27kg, find the weight of 8/9 of the same piece of metal?
    1. 35kg
    2. 13.71kg
    3. 42kg
    4. 17.35kg
  11. If men complete one-third of the work, how much work will complete by 7 men in the same time?
    1. 35/3
    2. 3/35
    3. 5/21
    4. 7/15
  12. Convert 72km/h into m/s.
    1. 20m/s
    2. 2m/s
    3. 200m/s
    4. 7.2m/s
  13. Convert 30m/s into km/h.
    1. 8.33km/h
    2. 108km/h
    3. 1080km/h
    4. 18km/h
  14. The ratio of distance to time is called__________.
    1. speed
    2. distance
    3. variation
    4. proportion
  15. A vehicle takes 3 hours to complete the distance of 210 km. What is the speed in km/minute?
    1. 1/6km/m
    2. 3/2km/m
    3. 7/6km/m
    4. 70km/m
  16. Which one is correct?
    1. Time = Speed × Distance
    2. Speed = Distance × Time
    3. Distance = speed × Time
    4. Time = Speed / Distance
  17. How much time will a van take to cover a distance to 180 km with a speed of 60km/h?
    1. 3 hours
    2. 2 hours
    3. 1.5 hours
    4. 2.5 hours
  18. A polygon in which all sides are_________- to one another is called a regular polygon.
    1. congruent
    2. different
    3. parallel
    4. perpendicular
  19. Each angle in regular polygon is ___________.
    1. 100º
    2. 108º
    3. 120º
    4. 135º
  20. Each angle in regular Hexagon is____________.
    1. 100º
    2. 108º
    3. 120º
    4. 135º
  21. Each angle in regular octagon is ___________.
    1. 100º
    2. 180º
    3. 120º
    4. 135º
  22. Sum of all angles of a pentagon is ________________.
    1. 720º
    2. 360º
    3. 540º
    4. 1084º
  23. Sum of all angles of a Hexagon is ________________.
    1. 720º
    2. 360º
    3. 540º
    4. 1084º
  24. Sum of all angles of an octagon is___________.
    1. 720º
    2. 360º
    3. 540º
    4. 1084º
  25. A line that intersects the circle at any two of its points is called ___________.
    1. Tangent
    2. secant
    3. arc
    4. sector
  26. A line is called_____________ to the circle if it intersects the circle at any one & only one point.
    1. Tangent 
    2. secant
    3. arc
    4. sector
  27. A portion of a circular region bounded by two radial segments and an arc is called____________ .
    1. chord
    2. secant
    3. angle
    4. sector
  28. A line segment joining any two points of a circle is called______________ .
    1. chord
    2. angle
    3. arc
    4. sector
  29. Any part or portion of the boundary of a circle is called_______________
    1. chord
    2. angle
    3. arc
    4. sector
  30. If four are more points are such that a circle passes through all points, these points are called________ points.
    1. Linear
    2. Concyclic
    3. Co-linear
    4. cyclic
  31. If two are more circles having the same centre & different radii are called_____________ circles.
    1.  distinct
    2. Concyclic
    3. Concentric
    4. semi
  32. Two_______________ lines are said to be parallel if they do not intersect.
    1. coplanar
    2. perpendicular
    3. cyclic
    4. Vertical
  33. A line through the_________________ of one side of a triangle and parallel to another side bisects the third side.
    1. parallel
    2. midpoint
    3. angle
    4. perpendicular
  34. Two lines which are parallel to the same line are___________________ to one another.
    1. parallel
    2. perpendicular
    3. cyclic
    4. Vertical
  35. A quadrilateral in which diagonals bisect one another is a_________________.
    1. trapezium
    2. kite
    3. parallelogram
    4. None of these
  36. In a parallelogram_____________________ angles at the end point of each side are supplementary.
    1. Interior
    2. exterior
    3. alternate
    4. corresponding
  37. Which one regular polygon has each angle 135º.
    1. pentagon
    2. octagon
    3. hexagon
    4. heptagon
  38. A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 4 right angles is______________ .
    1. Triangle
    2. pentagon
    3. Hexagon
    4. Quadrilateral
  39. A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 2 right angles is____________.
    1.  Triangle
    2. pentagon
    3. Hexagon
    4. Quadrilateral
  40. A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 8 right angles is___________.
    1. Triangle
    2. pentagon
    3. Hexagon 
    4. Quadrilateral
  41. A polygon with sum of the measures of all interior angles equal to 6 right angles is____________.
    1.  Triangle
    2. pentagon
    3. Hexagon
    4. Quadrilateral
  42. In a rectangle the diagonals____________ .
    1. bisect each other at right angles.
    2. are perpendicular to each other
    3. intersect each other at mid-point
    4. None of these
  43. Square is a_____________
    1. Rectangle
    2. Regular polygon
    3. A quadrilateral having unequal sides
    4. both a &b
  44. 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.
    1. converging
    2. coplanar
    3. perpendicular
    4. None of these
  45. The word Demonstrate comes from the Latin word “Demonstratum” which means______.
    1.  to prove with the definition
    2. to prove with certainty
    3. to prove with given data
    4. to prove with example
  46. Geometric terms are accepted without definition.
    1. Defined terms
    2. Undefined terms
    3. Assumptions
    4. Propositions
  47. Geometric terms are defined with the help of undefined terms.
    1. Defined terms
    2. Undefined terms
    3. Assumptions
    4. Propositions
  48. Some mathematical statements are accepted without proof.
    1. fundamental agreements
    2. Undefined terms
    3. Assumptions
    4. both a &c
  49. Statements that are defined with the help of undefined terms, defined terms, and assumptions.
    1.  Defined terms
    2. Undefined terms
    3. Assumptions
    4. Propositions
  50. Fundamental agreements are related to numbers.
    1. Axioms
    2. Postulates
    3. Both of these
    4. None of these

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