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Lines and Angle Class 6 Worksheet Maths

Multiple Choice Questions

Q1: Find the value of x
Lines and Angle Class 6 Worksheet Maths(a) 98º
(b) 
100º
(c) 
108º
(d) 
96º

Q2: A pair of angles is called linear pair if the sum of two adjacent angles is?
(a) 
180º
(b) 
90º
(c) 
270º
(d) 
360º

Q3: Find the value of x, y and z
Lines and Angle Class 6 Worksheet Maths

(a) x = 110º , y = 70º, z = 80º
(b) 
x = 70º , y = 110º, z = 60º
(c) 
x = 70º, y = 100º, z = 70º
(d) 
x = 70º, y = 110º, z = 70º

Q4: An exterior angle of the triangle is 110º. And its two opposite interior angles are in the ratio 5:6. What are the values of those angles?
(a) 
50º, 60º
(b) 
25º, 30º
(c) 
35º, 42º
(d) 
40º, 48º

Q5: Lines l || k and m || n. Find the value of angle z
Lines and Angle Class 6 Worksheet Maths(a) 
45º
(b) 
60º
(c) 
70º
(d) 
50º

Q6:
Lines and Angle Class 6 Worksheet Maths

Find the value of x
(a) 
67º
(b) 
71º
(c) 
57º
(d) 
None of these

Q7: The side BC, AB and AC of the triangle ABC are produced in order forming exterior angles ∠ACD = x, ∠BAE = y and ∠CBF = z then the value of 2x + 2y + 2z is
(a) 
180°
(b) 
360°
(c) 
540°
(d) 
720°

Q8: The angles of the triangles are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. Then the triangle is
(a) 
scalene
(b) 
obtuse angled
(c) 
acute angled
(d)
right angles

True or False

Q1: Pairs of vertically opposite angles is always equal

Q2: The sum of the angles of a triangle is 180º

Q3: If the sum of two adjacent angles is 45º, then two adjacent angles are acute angles

Q4: If a line is perpendicular is one of two parallel lines, then it is also perpendicular to the other

Q5: Two lines are intersected by the transversal, and then the corresponding angles are equal

Q6: Can we have a triangle where all the interior angles are more than 60º

Q7: Sum of two complimentary angles is equal to 90º

Q8: Sum of all the exterior angles of any polygon is always 360º

Fill in the blanks 

Q1: Sum of two supplementary angles is ______.

Q2: Two lines parallel to the same line is ____ each other.

Q3: An acute angle is always less than _____.

Q4: Angles forming a linear pair are ______.

Q5: If one angle of triangle is equal to the sum of other two angles, then the triangle is ______.

Q6: If two straight lines intersect, the adjacent angles are ______.

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FAQs on Lines and Angle Class 6 Worksheet Maths

1. What are lines and angles?
Ans. Lines are straight, infinite, and one-dimensional figures that have no thickness or width. Angles, on the other hand, are formed when two lines or line segments meet at a common point called the vertex.
2. How are lines classified based on their positions?
Ans. Lines can be classified as intersecting, parallel, or perpendicular based on their positions. Intersecting lines meet or cross each other at a point. Parallel lines never meet and are always equidistant from each other. Perpendicular lines intersect at a right angle, forming 90-degree angles.
3. What are the types of angles?
Ans. There are various types of angles, including acute angles (less than 90 degrees), right angles (exactly 90 degrees), obtuse angles (between 90 and 180 degrees), and straight angles (exactly 180 degrees).
4. How can we determine if two lines are parallel?
Ans. Two lines are parallel if they never intersect each other and are always equidistant. One way to determine if two lines are parallel is by comparing their slopes. If the slopes of the lines are equal, they are parallel.
5. How do we calculate the measure of an angle?
Ans. The measure of an angle can be calculated using a protractor. Place the center of the protractor on the vertex of the angle, align one side of the angle with the baseline of the protractor, and read the measurement where the other side of the angle intersects with the protractor scale.
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