## MCQs of Geometry

Let’s begin with some most important MCs of Geometry.

1. The midpoint of the line joining two points (36, 6) and (16, 4) are:

A. (1, 10)

B. (5, 26)

C. (10, 1)

D. (26, 5)

E. None of These

2. A line segment is formed by joining

A. more than three points

B. two points

C. four points

D. three points

E. None of These

3. Which of the following is an obtuse angle?

A. 8⁄20 of a complete rotation

B. 11⁄21 of a right angle

C. 8⁄20 of a right angle

D. 11⁄21 of a complete rotation

E. None of These

4. _____ angle is less than 90°

A. obtuse angle

B. right angle

C. acute angle

D. reflex angle

E. None of These

5. Which of the following two angles are classified as complementary?

A. 65° and 25°

B. 70° and 30°

C. 120° and 60°

D. 50° and 30°

E. None of These

6. Opposite vertical angles are also _____

A. scalene

B. equal

C. not equal

D. opposite

E. None of These

7. ____ are created when two lines make an angle.

A. vertex

B. scalene

C. segment

D. rays

E. None of These

8. Surface area of a hollow cylinder with, radius and height is measured by

A. 2πrh

B. πrh

C. 2πr + h

D. 2πr – h

E. None of These

9. ________ polygon has 10 sides.

A. heptagon

B. decagon

C. hexagon

D. quadrilateral

E. None of These

10. ________ polygon has 8 sides.

A. nonagon

B. hexagon

C. octagon

D. decagon

E. None of These

11. Two rays meet each other at a certain point then the ______

A. line is formed

B. angle is formed

C. line segment is formed

D. all of the above

E. None of These

12. The sum must be equal to _____ when two angles are classified as complementary angles.

A. 360°

B. 180°

C. 120°

D. 90°

E. None of These

13. A _____ is a path described by any moving point.

A. rays

B. ordinate ray

C. line

D. line segment

E. None of These

14. Sum of adjacent angles is equal to ______ on a line.

A. 180°

B. 90°

C. 120°

D. 140°

E. None of These

15. Angles that have a common side and a common vertex on a line are classified as

A. complementary angles

B. vertically opposite angles

C. supplementary angles

D. adjacent angles

E. None of These

16. _______ has no equal angles and no equal sides.

A. right angle

B. isosceles triangle

C. equilateral triangle

D. scalene triangle

E. None of These

17. The perimeter of a rectangle is measured by (with base ‘b’ and height ‘h’)

A. 2(h + b)

B. 2 × b⁄h

C. 2(h – b)

D. 2(b – h)

E. None of These

18. Area of a rectangle is measured by (with base ‘b’ and height ‘h’)

A. b + h

B. b × h

C. h⁄b

D. b⁄h

E. None of These

19. _______ goes through midpoint from one side of a circle to the other side of a circle.

A. area

B. angle

C. diameter

D. radius

E. None of These

20. Polygon’s exterior angles sum up to _______

A. 360°

B. 270°

C. 180°

D. 90°

E. None of These

21. When two straight lines intersect each other, which type of angle is formed?

A. vertically opposite angles

B. supplementary angles

C. adjacent angles

D. complementary angles

E. None of These

22. If two angles are supplementary angles, what will be their sum?

A. 120°

B. 180°

C. 90°

D. 160°

E. None of These

23. Two angles are complementary, one of angle is of 52°. What will be the angle of the second?

A. 68°

B. 100°

C. 38°

D. 128°

E. None of These

24. Which of the following is an acute angle?

A. 10⁄20 of a complete rotation

B. 45⁄47 of a right angle

C. 4⁄9 of a right angle

D. 23⁄86 of a complete rotation

E. None of These

25. ________ polygon have four sides.

A. nonagon

B. quadrilateral

C. hexagon

D. heptagon

E. None of These

26. _______ equals to the sum of all angles around the main point.

A. 90°

B. 270°

C. 180°

D. 360°

E. None of These

27. ______ connects any two points on a circle.

A. chord

B. radius

C. perimeter

D. diameter

E. None of These

28. Angles that are opposite to one and other are known as _______.

A. supplementary angles

B. reflective angles

C. complementary angles

D. vertical angles

E. None of These

29. A triangle that has 2 equal angles and 2 equal sides is called

A. right angle

B. equilateral triangle

C. isosceles triangle

D. scalene triangle

E. None of These

30. _______ is a line from the center of a circle to the circumference of a circle.

A. radius

B. diameter

C. midpoint

D. area

E. None of These

31. ________ polygon have five sides.

A. hexagon

B. pentagon

C. decagon

D. nonagon

E. None of These

32. Diameter of a radius is equal to ______.

A. 2⁄r

B. r⁄2

C. 2 + r

D. 2r

E. None of These

33. A line segment is extended from only one end-point, the other point remains the same, it is called ______

A. intersecting line

B. plane

C. line

D. ray

E. None of These

34. _______ angle is formed when two rays meet.

A. acute angle

B. vertex

C. obtuse angle

D. right angle

E. None of These

35. _______ angles sum up to 180°.

A. supplementary angles

B. complementary angles

C. vertical angles

D. reflective angles

E. None of These

36. Circumference of a circle is measured by

A. πr

B. πr⁄2

C. 2πr

D. 2π⁄r

E. None of These

37. Area of circle is measured by

A. r²⁄π

B. π²r

C. π⁄r²

D. πr²

E. None of These

38. ______ angles have exactly 90° angles.

A. obtuse angles

B. right angles

C. reflective angles

D. acute angles

E. None of These

39. _______ polygon have nine sides.

A. quadrilateral

B. hexagon

C. decagon

D. nonagon

E. None of These

40. Which of the following two angles are together classified as supplementary angles?

A. 135° and 45°

B. 60° and 30°

C. 70° and 50°

D. 55° and 65°

E. None of These

41. An angle which is larger than 180° and is less than 360° is classified as

A. obtuse angle

B. acute angle

C. reflex angle

D. right angle

E. None of These

42. An angle which is larger than 90° and less than 180° is called

A. right angle

B. obtuse angle

C. acute angle

D. reflex angle

E. None of These

43. Which of the following is a reflex angle?

A. 11⁄21 of a complete rotation

B. 10⁄13 of a complete rotation

C. 3⁄4 of a complete rotation

D. all of the above

E. None of These

44. The surface area of a solid cylinder is calculated by (with radius ‘r’ and height ‘h’)

A. πrh + πr²

B. πrh – πr²

C. 2πrh + 2πr²

D. 2πrh – 2πr²

E. None of These

45. A triangle that has 3 equal angles and 3 equal sides is called

A. equilateral triangle

B. scalene triangle

C. right angle triangle

D. isosceles triangle

E. None of These

46. A polygon whose all sides and angles are equal is known as________.

A. vertical

B. quadrilateral

C. reflective

D. regular

E. None of These

47. ________ is known as the longest chord in a circle.

A. radius

B. diameter

C. midpoint

D. area

E. None of These

48. _______ polygon have 3 sides.

A. triangle

B. quadrilateral

C. rectangle

D. hexagon

E. None of These

49. Two parallel lines intersect.

A. True

B. False

C. None of These

50. A triangle with _______ is a closed planer shape.

A. 4 sides

B. 2 sides

C. 5 sides

D. 3 sides

E. None of These

51. Unit in which angles are measured is?

A. km

B. cm

C. degrees

D. inches

E. None of These

52. Angles that are less than 360° and greater than 180° are called

A. acute angles

B. right angles

C. obtuse angles

D. reflective angles

E. None of These

53. _______ polygon have 6 sides.

A. hexagon

B. quadrilateral

C. heptagon

D. nonagon

E. None of These

54. A Circle touching two produced sides internally and one side of triangle externally is called

A. e – center

B. e – circle

C. circumference

D. circumangle

E. None of These

55. _______ polygon have 7 sides.

A. quadrilateral

B. hexagon

C. heptagon

D. decagon

E. None of These

56. Area of a triangle with height h and base b is denoted by

A. 2 + bh

B. 1⁄2 × bh

C. 2⁄bh

D. 2 × bh

E. None of These

57. There are ______ types of triangles.

A. 3

B. 2

C. 4

D. 5

E. None of These

58. Angles that are less than 90° and greater than 0°are called

A. right angles

B. obtuse angles

C. reflective angles

D. acute angles

E. None of These

59. The volume of a cylinder is measured by (with radius ‘r’ and height ‘h’)

A. πh²⁄r

B. πr²h

C. πr × h

D. πr²⁄h

E. None of These

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