Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Class 6 MCQ

# Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Class 6 MCQ

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Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 1

### What is the simplest of all geometrical figures which has no size but has a position?

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used to tell exact location in space. It does not have any length, width, or height. In other words, it has no size

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 2

### What is a set of points which extend infinitely in both directions called?

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Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 3

### Name the set of points which is a part of a line with two end points.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 4

How is a line PQ symbolically written?

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The symbol of a line is ↔.
Hence, a line PQ is symbolically written as

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 5

How do you write a line segment AB symbolically?

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 6

What is the symbolic representation of a ray OP?

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As ray originates from a point it move farther and have no end . so option (c) is correct

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 7

What are used to represent points?

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2. Capital letters of alphabet

Explanation:

In geometry, points are typically represented using capital letters of the alphabet. For example, a point can be labeled as A, B, or C, etc.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 8

What is the number of end points of a Straight line?

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Correct option is A.
The number of end points a line has is none, as it extends indefinitely on both sides. or
A line has no end point. It extends infinitely in opposite directions.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 9

What is a set of points extending infinitely in all directions on the same flat surface called?

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Sets of points extending infinitely in all direction on the same flat surface is a plane.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 10

How many lines can be drawn passing through a given point?

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 11

How many lines can you draw joining two distinct points in a plane?

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Only one line can be drawn passing through two given points.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 12

Three points P, Q and R are said to be collinear. Where do they lie?

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The points P, Q, R, S, T ... lying on line ℓ are said to be collinear.
NOTE: Infinite number of points lying on same line are considered as collinear.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 13

Four lines p, q, r and s are said to be concurrent. What do they pass through?

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If the lines p, q, r and s are said to be concurrent they pass through the same point.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 14

In the given figure what is point P called?

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Many lines are intersecting at one point.
Point of concurrence: A point where more than two line intersects.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 15

In the given figure, what are lines l, m and n called?

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Concurrent lines are three or more lines meeting at a point. Intersecting lines are two lines that meet at a common point. The point at which these three lines meet each other is called as the point of concurrency. The point at which these two lines meet each other is called as the point of intersection

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 16

In the given figure, what are points P, O and Q called?

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In the given figure:
- Points P, O, and Q are called non-collinear points.

Explanation:
- Non-collinear points are points that do not lie on the same straight line.
- In the figure provided, points P, O, and Q do not lie on a single line; hence, they are non-collinear.

This distinction is crucial in geometry as collinearity determines whether points lie on the same line or not.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 17

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Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 18

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The problem asks you to fill in the blank for the equation AC=AD− _______ given the points A, B, C, and D on a line.

The equation you’re dealing with is essentially asking how to express the length of segment AC in terms of AD and another segment.

Looking at the diagram, AD is the entire length from point A to point D, and AC is the length from A to C.

The difference between AD and AC would be the length of segment CD (the part of AD that extends beyond C to D).

3. DC

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 19

Which instrument is used to compare two line segments?

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A divider is used to compare line segments.

Olympiad Test: Basic Geometrical Ideas - Question 20

Which of these instruments are used to construct a line segment?

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To construct a line segment, the most appropriate instruments are those that allow for accurate measurement and drawing of straight lines. Among the given options, the most suitable choice is:

1. **Compasses and a scale**: This combination allows you to measure a specific length using the scale and then draw the line segment with the compasses by marking the endpoints.

1. Compasses and a scale.

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