# MCQs of Geometry

## 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

D

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
B

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
A

4. _____ angle is less than 90°
A. obtuse angle
B. right angle
C. acute angle
D. reflex angle
E. None of These
C

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
A

6. Opposite vertical angles are also _____
A. scalene
B. equal
C. not equal
D. opposite
E. None of These
B

7. ____ are created when two lines make an angle.
A. vertex
B. scalene
C. segment
D. rays
E. None of These
D

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
A

9. ________ polygon has 10 sides.
A. heptagon
B. decagon
C. hexagon
E. None of These
B

10. ________ polygon has 8 sides.
A. nonagon
B. hexagon
C. octagon
D. decagon
E. None of These
C

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
B

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
D

13. A _____ is a path described by any moving point.
A. rays
B. ordinate ray
C. line
D. line segment
E. None of These
C

14. Sum of adjacent angles is equal to ______ on a line.
A. 180°
B. 90°
C. 120°
D. 140°
E. None of These
A

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
E. None of These
D

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
D

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
A

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
B

19. _______ goes through midpoint from one side of a circle to the other side of a circle.
A. area
B. angle
C. diameter
E. None of These
C

20. Polygon’s exterior angles sum up to _______
A. 360°
B. 270°
C. 180°
D. 90°
E. None of These
A

21. When two straight lines intersect each other, which type of angle is formed?
A. vertically opposite angles
B. supplementary angles
D. complementary angles
E. None of These
A

22. If two angles are supplementary angles, what will be their sum?
A. 120°
B. 180°
C. 90°
D. 160°
E. None of These
B

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
C

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
C

25. ________ polygon have four sides.
A. nonagon
C. hexagon
D. heptagon
E. None of These
B

26. _______ equals to the sum of all angles around the main point.
A. 90°
B. 270°
C. 180°
D. 360°
E. None of These
D

27. ______ connects any two points on a circle.
A. chord
C. perimeter
D. diameter
E. None of These
A

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
D

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
C

30. _______ is a line from the center of a circle to the circumference of a circle.
B. diameter
C. midpoint
D. area
E. None of These
A

31. ________ polygon have five sides.
A. hexagon
B. pentagon
C. decagon
D. nonagon
E. None of These
B

32. Diameter of a radius is equal to ______.
A. 2⁄r
B. r⁄2
C. 2 + r
D. 2r
E. None of These
D

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
D

34. _______ angle is formed when two rays meet.
A. acute angle
B. vertex
C. obtuse angle
D. right angle
E. None of These
B

35. _______ angles sum up to 180°.
A. supplementary angles
B. complementary angles
C. vertical angles
D. reflective angles
E. None of These
A

36. Circumference of a circle is measured by
A. πr
B. πr⁄2
C. 2πr
D. 2π⁄r
E. None of These
C

37. Area of circle is measured by
A. r²⁄π
B. π²r
C. π⁄r²
D. πr²
E. None of These
D

38. ______ angles have exactly 90° angles.
A. obtuse angles
B. right angles
C. reflective angles
D. acute angles
E. None of These
B

39. _______ polygon have nine sides.
B. hexagon
C. decagon
D. nonagon
E. None of These
D

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
A

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
C

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
B

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
E

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
C

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
A

46. A polygon whose all sides and angles are equal is known as________.
A. vertical
C. reflective
D. regular
E. None of These
D

47. ________ is known as the longest chord in a circle.
B. diameter
C. midpoint
D. area
E. None of These
B

48. _______ polygon have 3 sides.
A. triangle
C. rectangle
D. hexagon
E. None of These
A

49. Two parallel lines intersect.
A. True
B. False
C. None of These
B

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

D

51. Unit in which angles are measured is?
A. km
B. cm
C. degrees
D. inches
E. None of These

C

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
D

53. _______ polygon have 6 sides.
A. hexagon
C. heptagon
D. nonagon
E. None of These
A

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
B

55. _______ polygon have 7 sides.
B. hexagon
C. heptagon
D. decagon
E. None of These
C

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
B

57. There are ______ types of triangles.
A. 3
B. 2
C. 4
D. 5
E. None of These
A

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
D

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 Prof.Fazal Rehman Shamil (Available for Professional Discussions)