Lines, Angles and Quadrilaterals (IMO Mathematics Olympiad Class 9): Questions 118  122 of 126
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Question number: 118
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Two regular polygons are such that the ratio between their no. of sides is 1: 2 and the ratio of measures of their interior angles is 4: 7. Find the number of sides of each polygon
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Question number: 119
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In the figure, the value of x if , is ________
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Question number: 120
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A triangle and a trapezoid are equal in area. They also have the same altitude. If the base of the triangle is 18 inches, the median of the trapezoid is ________
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a.  18 inches  
b.  9 inches  
c.  Not obtainable from these data  
d.  36 inches 
Question number: 121
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In parallelogram ABCD . The altitudes corresponding to the sides AB and AD are respectively 4 cm and 5 cm. Find AD.
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Question number: 122
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In the adjoining figure, Line p and q are transversals, then ST = ________
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a.  12 units  
b.  10 units  
c.  14 units  
d.  15 units 