## MCQ Questions for Class 6 Maths: Ch 14 Practical Geometry

1. If the radius of a circle is 7.5 cm, then the diameter of the circle is ____.
(a) 15 cm
(b) 7.5 cm
(c) 12 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (a) 15 cm

2. A _________ is a simple closed curve all of whose points are at the same distance from a fixed point.
(a) diameter
(c) triangle
(d) circle
â–º (d) circle

3. If the diameter of a circle is 20 cm, then the radius of the circle is ____.
(a) 10 cm
(b) 5 cm
(c) 2.5 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (a) 10 cm

4. If the radius of a circle is 3 cm, then the diameter of the circle is ____.
(a) 1.5 cm
(b) 3 cm
(c) 6 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (c) 6 cm

5. How do you draw a 90Â° angle?
(a) By drawing a perpendicular to a line from a point lying on it.
(b) By bisecting a 120Â° angle.
(c) By bisecting a 60Â° angle.
(d) By drawing multiples of 45Â° angle.
â–º (a) By drawing a perpendicular to a line from a point lying on it.

6. Two lines are said to be perpendicular to each other when they meet at ____angle.
(a) 180Â°
(b) 90Â°
(c) 60Â°
(d) 360Â°
â–º (b) 90Â°

7. Name the geometrical instrument having a semi-circular device graduated into 180 degree-parts.
(a) Divider
(b) Compasses
(c) Set squares
(d) Protractor
â–º (d) Protractor

8. What do you call two lines intersecting at a point?
(a) Perpendicular lines
(b) Parallel lines
(c) Bisectors lines
(d) Intersecting lines
â–º (d) Intersecting lines

9. Name the geometrical instrument having a pair of pointers.
(a) Set squares
(b) Divider
(c) Protractor
(d) Compasses
â–º (b) Divider

10. Which geometrical instrument used to compare lengths?
(a) Divider
(b) Protractor
(c) Compasses
(d) Set squares
â–º (c) Compasses

11. Which geometrical instrument used to draw line segments and to measure their lengths?
(a) Divider
(b) Compasses
(c) Set squares
(d) Ruler
â–º (d) Ruler

12. The line segment forming a polygon is called _________________.
(a) angle
(b) side
(c) vertex
(d) None of these
â–º (b) side

13. If the diameter of a circle is 22 cm, then the radius of the circle is ____.
(a) 5.5 cm
(b) 11 cm
(c) 4.5 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (b) 11 cm

14. If the radius of a circle is 7 cm, then the diameter of the circle is ____.
(a) 10 cm
(b) 14 cm
(c) 3.5 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (b) 14 cm

15. Into what type of parts is a figure divided by bisecting it?
(a) Unequal
(b) Equal
(c) Triangular
(d) Perpendicular
â–º (b) Equal

16. Which geometrical instrument used to mark off equal lengths but not to measure them and draw arcs and circles?
(a) Compasses
(b) Set squares
(c) Divider
(d) Protractor
â–º (a) Compasses

17. A maths teacher asked his students to draw a pair of parallel lines. Which instrument(s) are the students most likely to use?
(a) A ruler and a compass
(b) Two edges of a ruler
(c) A ruler and a setsquare
(d) Both (b) and (c)
â–º (d) Both (b) and (c)

18. Name the geometrical instrument having two triangular pieces.
(a) Compasses
(b) Set squares
(c) Protractor
(d) Divider
â–º (b) Set squares

19. If the diameter of a circle is 14 cm, then the radius of the circle is ____.
(a) 7 cm
(b) 4.5 cm
(c) 3.5 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (a) 7 cm

20. Which of the following is done to draw an angle of 150âˆ˜ using compasses and a ruler?
(a) Bisecting 120âˆ˜ and 180âˆ˜ angles.
(b) Bisecting 60âˆ˜ and 120âˆ˜ angles.
(c) Bisecting 0âˆ˜ and 60âˆ˜ angles.
(d) Bisecting a 360âˆ˜ angle.
â–º (a) Bisecting 120âˆ˜ and 180âˆ˜ angles.

21. For which of the following are the rails of a railway line an example?
(a) Parallel lines
(b) Intersecting lines
(c) Perpendicular lines
(d) Coplanar lines
â–º (a) Parallel lines

22. If the radius of a circle is 5 cm, then the diameter of the circle is ____.
(a) 10 cm
(b) 12 cm
(c) 2.5 cm
(d) None of these
â–º (a) 10 cm

23. Number of circles passing through a given point are ____.
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) infinite
â–º (d) infinite

24. Number of lines which can be drawn from one point.
(a) infinite
(b) 1
(c) 2
(d) None of these
â–º (a) infinite

25. A few lines in a plane have a point in common. What type of lines can they be?
(a) Intersecting lines
(b) Parallel lines
(c) Concurrent lines
(d) Either (a) or (c)
â–º (d) Either (a) or (c)
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