• 60 cm
• 100 cm
• 10 cm
• 6 cm

• 12 cm
• 22 cm
• 6 cm
• 11 cm

• 16 cm
• 20 cm
• 30 cm
• 36 cm
• 4.  Which of the following is the area of a rhombus?

• Product of its diagonals
• 1/2 (sum of its diagonals)
• 2 (Product of its diagonals)
• 1/2 (Product of its diagonals)

• 14 m
• 13 m
• 12 m
• 11 m

• 4 m
• 6 m
• 8 m
• 2 m
• 7.  A quadrilateral having a pair of opposite sides parallel is called as

• rectangular
• square
• trapezium
• parallelogram
• 8.  1.A parallelogram has one side 18 cm and its distance from the opposite side is 8 cm. The area of the parallelogram is

• 120cm2120cm2^{ }120cm2
• 72 cm272\ cm^272 cm2
• 144 cm2144\ cm^2144 cm2
• 100 cm2100\ cm^2100 cm2
• 9.  The distance between the parallel lines of a trapezium is called as its

• length
• height
• perpendicular
• 10.  The number of diagonals of a trapezium is

• 0
• 1
• 2
• none of these

• 10 m
• 11 m
• 12 m
• 13 m
• 12.  The pair of parallel sides of a trapezium is called as

• length
• base
• none of these

• rhombus
• rectangle
• square
• trapezium

• 8 m
• 6 m
• 4 m
• 2 m

• area
• perimeter
• volume
• 16.  Lateral surface area of cube , whose side measures 5 cm, is

• 150 cm2150\ cm^2150 cm2
• 125 cm2125\ cm^2125 cm2
• 25 cm225\ cm^225 cm2
• 100 cm2100\ cm^2100 cm2
• 17.  Area of trapezium is equal to

• base × heightbase\ \times\ heightbase × height
• 12 ×base×height\frac{1}{2}\ \times base\times height21​ ×base×height
• 12×(a+b)×h\frac{1}{2}\times\left(a+b\right)\times h21​×(a+b)×h
• 12×d×(h1+h2)\frac{1}{2}\times d\times\left(h_1+h_2\right)21​×d×(h1​+h2​)
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