NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 4: Questions 1197 - 1198 of 1971

Access detailed explanations (illustrated with images and videos) to 1971 questions. Access all new questions we will add tracking exam-pattern and syllabus changes. Unlimited Access for Unlimited Time!

View Sample Explanation or View Features.

Rs. 550.00 or

How to register?

Question number: 1197

» Mathematics » Geometry

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

A ________ is a line segment whose end points lie on the circle.

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Centre

b.

Chord

c.

Radius

d.

None of the above

Question number: 1198

» Mathematics » Geometry

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

In the figure below, a parallelogram, square, rectangle and circle overlap, and the different regions formed are numbered 1 to 11. For example, region 1 is in the square, but not in rectangle, circle or parallelogram. How many regions are there in exactly three shapes?

Polygon poly2Polygon poly2: Polygon [E, F, 4] Circle eCircle e: Circle through N with center MSegment aSegment a: Segment [A, B] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment bSegment b: Segment [B, C] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment cSegment c: Segment [C, D] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment dSegment d: Segment [D, A] of Quadrilateral poly1Segment fSegment f: Segment [E, F] of Polygon poly2Segment gSegment g: Segment [F, G] of Polygon poly2Segment hSegment h: Segment [G, H] of Polygon poly2Segment iSegment i: Segment [H, E] of Polygon poly2Segment i_1Segment i_1: Segment [I, J] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment jSegment j: Segment [J, K] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment kSegment k: Segment [K, L] of Quadrilateral poly3Segment lSegment l: Segment [L, I] of Quadrilateral poly31text1 = “1”2text1_1 = “2”7text1_2 = “7”3text1_3 = “3”9text1_4 = “9”8text1_5 = “8”10text1_6 = “10”5text1_7 = “5”6text1_8 = “6”11text1_9 = “11”4text1_ {10} = “4”

This Image Shows the Four Basic Geometry Shapes

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

7

b.

2

c.

3

d.

6

Developed by: