• 1.  Lines a, b, p, q, m, n and x have a point P common to all of them. What is the name of P?

• Point of concurrence
• Point of intersection
• Common point
• Distinct point
• 2.  $$\overrightarrow { QZ }$$ is the bisector of ∠PQZ = ∠PQR. Which of the following is true?

• ∠PQZ = ∠PQR
• ∠PQZ = ∠ZQR
• ∠PQZ = $$\frac{1}{2}$$ ∠ZQR
• Both [b] and [c]
• 3.  Identify the pair of parallel lines. (i) Lines m and n have two points in common. (ii) Lines p and q do not have any point in common (iii) Lines p and q have a point X in common.

• (i) and (ii) only
• (ii) only
• (ii) and (iii) only
• (i), (ii) and (iii)
• 4.  Identify the one with no definite length.

• $$\overleftrightarrow { AB }$$
• $$\overline { PQ }$$
• -XYZ
• $$\overline { MN }$$
• 5.  If two lines have only one point in common, what are they called?

• Parallel lines
• Intersecting lines
• Perpendicular lines
• Transversal

• 180°
• 90°
• 60°
• 360°
• 7.  A line segment $$\overline { IP }$$ is bisected at T. Which of the following equals $$\overline { IT }$$?

• $$\overline { IP }$$
• $$\overline { TP }$$
• $$\overline { TC }$$
• $$\overline { IQ }$$
• 8.  How do you draw a 90° angle?

• By drawing a perpendicular to a line from a point lying on it.
• By bisecting a 120° angle.
• By bisecting a 60° angle.
• By drawing multiples of 45° angle.
• 9.  An angle of 15° is drawn using a pair of compasses and a ruler. How is it done?

• Bisecting 60° angle.
• Bisecting 60° and 120° angles.
• Bisecting 60° and then bisecting it again.
• Bisecting a 60° and 180° angles.
• 10.  Identify the instruments used to bisect a given line segment.

• A scale and a protractor
• Scale and compasses
• Scale and setsquares
• A scale
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