Q1. How many propositions using his axioms, postulates, definitions and theorems proved earlier did Euclid deduce ?

- 465
- 565
- 165
- 150

**Q2. Things which are double of the same things are _____ to one another.**

- equal
- not equal
- parallel
- perpendicular

**Q3. A circle can be drawn with any centre but with a fixed radius. This is the statement of:**

- Euclid’s Postulate 1
- Euclid’s Postulate 2
- Euclid’s Postulate 3
- Euclid’s Postulate 4

**Q4. If a = c and b = c, then we can say,**

- a = b
- a < b
- a > b
- None of these

**Q5. Can two intersecting lines be parallel to a common line?**

- Yes
- No
- Maybe
- sometimes

**Q6. How many end points does a ray has?**

- one
- two
- three
- None

**Q7. The line x = 2 and y = x can intersect at how may points**

- one
- two
- three
- None

**Q8. Which one of the following statement is true?**

- Only one line can pass through a single point.
- There are an infinite number of lines which pass through two distinct points.
- Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common
- If two circles are equal, then their radii are not equal.

**Q9. Axiom or postulates are**

- Reasons
- Conclusions
- Assumptions
- Questions

**Q10. The word geometry comes from two Greek words which in English mean**

- ‘Earth’ and ‘to extend’
- ‘Earth’ and ‘to read’
- ‘Earth’ and ‘to measure’
- ‘Earth’ and ‘to draw’

**Q11. ‘Lines are parallel if they do not intersect’ – is stated in the form of:**

- An axiom
- A definition
- A postulate
- A proof

**Q12. Which among these is the relation between whole and the part?**

- W < P
- W > P
- W = P
- None of these

**Q13. How many points can be common in two distinct straight lines?**

- one
- two
- three
- None

**Q14. A pyramid is a solid figure, the base of which is.**

- Only a triangle
- Only a rectangle
- Only a square
- Any polygon

**Q15. Maximum number of points that can lie on a line are:-**

- one
- two
- three
- innumerable

**Q16. Theorems are statements which are proved using definitions, _________, previously proved statements and deductive reasoning.**

- Axioms
- Definitions
- Theorems
- Statements

**Q17. If B lies on line AC and points A, B and C are distinct such that, AB + BC = AC, then**

- AB < AC
- AB > AC
- AB = AC
- None of these

**Q18. ‘Two intersecting lines cannot be parallel to the same line’ is stated in the form of:**

- An axiom
- A definition
- A postulate
- A proof

**Q19. A circle can be drawn with any ……… and any radius.**

- Point
- Centre
- Coordinate
- X- axis

**Q20. If a > b and b > c, then,**

- a > c
- a < c
- a = c
- None of these

**Q21. A surface is that which has**

- Length and breadth
- Length only
- Breadth only
- Length and height

**Q22. Maximum number of lines that can pass through a single point are**

- one
- two
- three
- infinite

**Q23. Which of the following is an example of a geometrical line?**

- Black Board
- Sheet of paper
- Meeting place of two walls
- Tip of the sharp pencil

**Q24. How many dimensions does a surface have according to Euclid?**

- 1
- 2
- 3
- 4

**Q25. The edges of a surface are**

- Points
- Lines
- Rays
- Plans

**Q26. A proof is required for:**

- Postulate
- Axiom
- Theorem
- Definition

**Q27. How many lines can pass through two distinct points?**

- One
- two
- three
- innumerable

**Q28. The things which are double of same things are:**

- Equal
- halves of same thing
- Unequal
- double of the same thing

**Q29. A line segment has ………… end points.**

- Two
- One
- No
- Four

**Q30. If the point P lies in between M and N and C is midpoint of MP then:**

- MC + PN = MN
- MP + CP = MN
- MC + CN + MN
- CP + CN = MN