1.  Find the length of resulting line you get after connecting the points (6,1) and (3,1). 
a.   9 
b.   6 
c.   10 
d.   8.5




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




3.  Find the type of triangle that emerges after connecting the points (2,0),(2,2)and(2,2). 
a.   Isosceles 
b.   Equilateral 
c.   Right 
d.   None of the above




4.  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)




5.  The area of a circle is 154cm², which is equal to the area of a rectangle with one side equivalent to the radius of the circle. Find the other side of the rectangle. 
a.   22/7cm 
b.   11cm 
c.   22cm 
d.   11/7cm




6.  Calculate the distance between points and determine: Column A Column B (8,7) and (9,9) (9,0) and (11,1) 
a.   The quantity in column A is greater. 
b.   The quantity in column B is greater. 
c.   Both the quantities are equal. 
d.   The relationship cannot be determined.




7.  The perimeter of the rectangle is 28 cm and the breadth is 6 times the length. Find the area of rectangle. 
a.   20cm² 
b.   28cm² 
c.   14cm² 
d.   24cm²




8.  Find the larger angle made by the hands of the clock at 8:00. 
a.   120° 
b.   180° 
c.   240° 
d.   200°




9.  Find the diagonal of a square whose side is of 8m . 
a.   8v2m 
b.   16m 
c.   8m 
d.   18v2m




10.  The area of a rhombus is 154sq.m. If one of its diagonals is 22m, find the length of the other diagonal. 
a.   20m 
b.   22m 
c.   14m 
d.   27m




11.  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.




12.  Find the total surface area of a cone with height as 21cm and radius of its base being 28 cm. 
a.   5042cm² 
b.   5544cm² 
c.   5142cm² 
d.   5000cm²



