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Question number: 762

» Mathematics » Geometry

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Observe the given figure.

Angle αAngle α: Angle between D, A, CAngle αAngle α: Angle between D, A, CAngle βAngle β: Angle between B, A, EAngle βAngle β: Angle between B, A, EAngle γAngle γ: Angle between E, A, DAngle γAngle γ: Angle between E, A, DVector uVector u: Vector [A, B] Vector uVector u: Vector [A, B] Vector vVector v: Vector [A, C] Vector vVector v: Vector [A, C] Vector wVector w: Vector [A, D] Vector wVector w: Vector [A, D] Vector aVector a: Vector [A, E] Vector aVector a: Vector [A, E] ptext1 = “p”qtext1_1 = “q”rtext1_2 = “r”

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If and , find .

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Choice (4)Response

a.

b.

c.

d.

Question number: 763

» General Science » Moon

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Which of the bar charts shown below gives correct change in the size of the moon (1 – New moon, 2 – crescent, 3 – half moon, 4 – full moon)?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

This chart shows the different size of the moon – Choice A

This Chart Shows the Different Size of the Moon – Choice A

b.

This chart shows the different size of the moon – Choice B

This Chart Shows the Different Size of the Moon – Choice B

c.

This chart shows the different size of the moon – Choice C

This Chart Shows the Different Size of the Moon – Choice C

d.

This chart shows the different size of the moon – Choice D

This Chart Shows the Different Size of the Moon – Choice D

Question number: 764

» Mathematics » Geometry

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Which of these is a set of points equidistant from a fixed point in a plane?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

A ray

b.

A triangle

c.

A square

d.

A circle

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