Lines and angles are the fundamental concepts in geometry that establish the foundation for the field. Lines and Angles MCQ has been prepared by The Brainbox Tutorials for CBSE Class 9 Math students. A line is described as a series of discrete dots that are spaced tightly together and continue infinitely in both directions. Its length is the only dimension it has. An illustration of a line is a horizontal mark made on a piece of paper.
A figure made by two rays meeting at a common endpoint is known as an angle. They are measured using a protractor and in degrees. Angles and lines are present in every geometric shape.
Lines and Angles Definitions Class 9 CBSE Maths
A line is a one-dimensional shape that has no breadth and can go on forever in both directions. It is composed of an endless number of successive points. According to Euclid, the line has an infinite width. It is represented by the linear equation axe + by = c in a cartesian plane.
An angle is formed when two rays come together at a point. Angles are often measured in degrees and are represented by the degree symbol. The symbol for an angle is ∠, and it can range in value from 0 to 360.
Rules for Lines and Angles MCQ CBSE Class 9 Math
- This quiz has 10 multiple choice questions.
- Each sum has 2 marks.
- So maximum marks is 20.
- There is no time limit.
- You should be ready with a pen and copy in your hand in order to solve the sums.
- The correct answer and explanation is provided at the end of this quiz.
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