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QUESTION: 1

Into what type of parts is a figure divided by bisecting it?

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QUESTION: 2

Identify the instruments used to bisect a given line segment.

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QUESTION: 3

What do you call two lines intersecting at a point?

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QUESTION: 4

An angle of 15° is drawn using a pair of compasses and a ruler. How is it done?

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QUESTION: 5

Which of the following is an angle that can be constructed using compasses and a ruler?

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QUESTION: 6

How do you draw a 90^{∘ }angle?

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QUESTION: 7

An angle ∠XYZ = 75^{∘} is bisected by an angular bisector . Then what is the measure of∠UYZ?

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QUESTION: 8

A line segment is bisected at T. Which of the following equals ?

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QUESTION: 9

Which of the following is done to draw an angle of 150^{∘} using compasses and a ruler?

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QUESTION: 10

Two lines are said to be perpendicular to each other when they meet at ____angle.

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QUESTION: 11

A perpendicular is drawn to a line segment at N using a protractor and a point P is marked on it. Which of the following is true?

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QUESTION: 12

If two lines have only one point in common, what are they called?

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Intersecting lines have only one point in common.

QUESTION: 13

For which of the following are the rails of a railway line an example?

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The rails of a railway line are an example of parallel lines.

QUESTION: 14

Identify the one with no definite length.

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has no definite length.

QUESTION: 15

A maths teacher asked his students to draw a pair of parallel lines. Which instrument(s) are the students most likely to use?

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The lines drawn using the two edges of a ruler are parallel. Also a ruler and a setsquare can be used to draw a pair of parallel lines.

QUESTION: 16

Identify the pair of parallel lines.

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Parallel lines do not have any point in common.

QUESTION: 17

A few lines in a plane have a point in common. What type of lines can they be?

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If the lines are only two, then they are intersecting lines. If there are more than two lines, then they are concurrent lines.

QUESTION: 18

is the bisector of ∠PQZ = ∠PQR. Which of the following is true?

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bisects ∠PQR (Given)

Thus. ∠PQZ = ∠ZQR = 1/2 ∠PQR

QUESTION: 19

The point M on is such that Which of the following is a false statement?

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M is a point on such that

Then M is the midpoint of

bisects are true.

Hence the only false statement is

QUESTION: 20

Lines a, b, p, q, m, n and x have a point P common to all of them. What is the name of P?

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A point common to multiple lines is called a point of concurrence as the lines are concurrent lines.

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