1.  Calculate the area of the circle having center at (3,0) and the circle passes through (1,3). 
a.   22pi 
b.   20pi 
c.   30pi 
d.   25pi




2.  Find the smaller angle made by the hands of a clock at 2:30. 
a.   120° 
b.   90° 
c.   105° 
d.   115°




3.  A train travels 4 miles north from the platform, then 4 miles west, then 2 miles again north and then 4 miles west. How far is the train from the platform? 
a.   14 miles 
b.   10 miles 
c.   12 miles 
d.   12.5 miles




4.  Calculate the larger angle made by the hands of the clock at 5:10. 
a.   190° 
b.   200° 
c.   220° 
d.   262°




5.  A ladder which is 40 mts high is leaning against a wall which is 32 mts high. How far is the wall from the base of the ladder. 
a.   26v2 mts 
b.   25 mts 
c.   24mts 
d.   25v2 mts




6.  Find the number of spokes in the wheel of a cycle, given the angle between two consecutive spokes as 20°. 
a.   18 
b.   20 
c.   36 
d.   9




7.  Find the midpoint of the line segment with end points as (6,4) and(2,8). 
a.   (3,4) 
b.   (4,6) 
c.   (2,2) 
d.   (2,2)




8.  An icecream cone has the height of 7cm and diameter of 6 cm. Calculate the volume of the icecream that will be filled in this cone. 
a.   164 cmģ 
b.   66 cmģ 
c.   124 cmģ 
d.   98 cmģ




9.  An angle is equal to onefourth of its supplement. The angle is : 
a.   42° 
b.   37° 
c.   57° 
d.   36°




10.  A wire was in the shape of rectangle, with length as 14cm and breadth as 11cm.The wire is then moulded into a circle. Find the circumference of the circle. 
a.   44 cm 
b.   54 cm 
c.   50 cm 
d.   40 cm




11.  Two squares have each side as 20cm and 21cm respectively. Find the side of third square whose area is equal to the sum of the areas of other two squares. 
a.   28cm 
b.   29cm 
c.   30cm 
d.   32cm




12.  Find the area of a triangle having sides 7m, 8m, and 9m. 
a.   12v5mē 
b.   30mē 
c.   12v3mē 
d.   8v5mē




13.  Calculate the larger angle made by the hands of the clock at 23:30. 
a.   192° 
b.   180° 
c.   220° 
d.   222°




14.  In a trapezium ABCD, AB+CD = 24. Column X Column Y Length of AB Length of CD 
a.   The quantity in column X is greater 
b.   The quantity in column Y is greater. 
c.   Both the quantities are equal. 
d.   The realtionship cannot be determined.




15.  If you ran 5.4 miles and then ran 2.6 miles how many miles would you run? 
a.   7.5 miles 
b.   9 miles 
c.   8.5 miles 
d.   8 miles



