# Line and angle CBSE Class 9 - MCQ test

Line and angle Class 9 CBSE - MCQ test 2
Q1. When two lines intersect with each other, the vertically opposite angles formed are:.

Equal

Double

Half

None of these

Q2. When two lines are parallel, they:

Intersect at one point .

Intersect at one point .

Naver intersect .

None of these

Q3. A line joining two endpoints is called:

Ray

Line

Line segment

Circle

Q4. An acute angle is:

Less than 90°

More than 90°

Less than 180°

More than 180°

Q5. A reflex angle is:

More than 180°

Less than 180°

More than 90°

None of these

Q6. A straight angle is equal to:

90°

45°

180°

Q7. Two angles whose sum is equal to 180° are called:

Supplementary angles

Complementary angles

None of the above

Q8.Two intersecting lines cut each other at:

many points

one point

two points

None of these

Q9. The line with one end point is called as

line segment

Segment

Ray

None of these

Q10. If three or more than three points lie on the same line then these points are called as

Linear points

End points

Collinear points

None of these

Q11. When the two ray originate from the same end point then __ is formed.

line

Segment

Angle

None of these

Q12. The rays which makes angle are called as __ of angle.

Segment

Arc

Cone

Side

Q13. The end point from which two rays originate to form the angle is called as

Point of conincedance

Vertex

Point of intersection

None of these

Q14. The angle between bisectors of two adjecent supplimentry angle is equal to

Acute angle

Right angle

Obtuse angle

None of these

Q15.The angle X is said to be obtuse when it is

More than 90°

less than 90°

More than 180°

None of these

Q16.The two angles which are having a common vertex, a common arm and their non common arms are on the different sides of the common arm then that angles are called as

Complementary angles

Reflex angle

None of these

Q17. What is the measure of an angle whose measure is 32° less than its supplement?

148°

74°

180°

None of theset

Q18. If the supplement of an angle is 4 times of its compliment, find the angle.

180°

60°

120°

None of these

Q19. What is the supplement of 105°

100°

15°

75°

None of these

Q20. If ∠S and 100° form a linear pair. What is the measure of ∠S

10°

105°

80°

None of these