AP 7th Maths Mock Test 2021 For Chapter – 4 : ” Lines and angles ” Online Practice Test

1. A ray has ................... end points
2. Find the value of  \angle BOC in given figure
3. Which of the following are the units of an angle ?
4. How many rays can we draw from a given point ?
5. Find the angle which is complement of itself
6. Supplementary angle of 1300
7. One of the acute angle in right angle triangle is 300 then the other angle is ...............
8. From the adjacent figure value of x =
9. In the following figures straight line is
10. What is 'x' here ?
11. In the figure MN parallel to PQ .  \angleMNE = 1200 ,  \angleEPQ = 1000 , what is x here ?
12. The angle which cannot be formed by scissor
13. Angles between legs of a folding chair is an example of ...............
14. In the adjacent figure l parallel to BC then find x , y
15. If two lines intersect each other , then the number of common points they have
16. The supplementary angle of 700 is
17. The supplementary angle of 1300 is
18. Find the complementary angle of 550
19. The supplementary angle of 1000 is
20. The supplement of complement of 200 is
21. The complementary angle of 570 is
22. The supplementary angle of 550 is
23. If an angle is double of its complement then the angle is
24. An angle is 300 larger than a straight angle . Then the angle is .................
25. In the figure the value of 'x' is
26. In the figure \angle BOC = 600 , \angle AOC =
27. In the figure AB parallel to CD and AE parallel to CF then \angleA - \angleC =
28. What happens to the measurement of an angle after the extension of its arms ?
29. The distance between two parallel lines is
30. The complementary angle of an angle greater than 450 is
31. Which of the following is true ?
32. In the figure AB parallel to CD and XY is the transversal , which of the following is incorrect ?
33. The sum of two angles be supplementary . If both are .......................
34. Assertion A : \anglea = \angleb
Reason R : These are corresponding angles
35. Two lines are parallel if the following statements are true
36. According to the adjacent figure which of the following is correct where l parallel to BC ?
37. The angle can't be formed by an opened scissor is
38. \overrightarrow{OA} , \overrightarrow{OB} are two rays then which of the following is true ?
39. Two lines are intersected by a transversal . The sum of the interior angles is 1300 , then the lines are
40. Adjacent angles in a linear pair are
41. If an angle is double of its complement then the angle is
42. Two complementary angles are in the ratio of 7 : 2 , then the angles are respectively
43. Match the following
  1. Sum of angles is 1800                       ( ) a. Linear pair
  2. Sum of angles is 900                                ( ) b. Obtuse angle
  3. Having common vertex and arm    ( ) c. Supplementary angles
  4. Sum of adjacent angles is 1800          ( ) d. Adjacent angles
  5. Angle between 900 and 1800            ( ) e. Complementary angles
44. Assume figure AB parallel to CD and EF is the transversal . If angle AGH = 600 what is the measure of angle CHF ?
45. If the angles (2a - 10)0 and (a - 11)0 are supplementary , what is the value of 'a' ?
46. One angle of an equilateral triangle is
47. Which figures shows linear pair ?
48. Pairs of vertically opposite angles in the figure
  1. 2 , 4 and 1 , 3
  2. 5 , 7 and 6 , 8
  3. 1 , 4 and 5 , 8
  4. 3 , 5 and 2 , 8
49. The value of right angle is
50. In the adjacent figure , which of the following represents a pair of alternate exterior angles ?
51. In the adjacent figure find the value of 'x'
52. What type of angles are 1 and 5 ?
53. Which of the following is a pair of vertically opposite angles ?
54. If \angle3 = 1100 what is the measure of \angle6 =
55. What is the value of \angle2 + \angle5 ?
56. What is the measure of \anglez if \anglex = 700 ?
57. If x - y = 800 what are x and y ?
58. The number of all possible line segments in the figure ....................
59. Identify the figure in which 'n' is transversal
60. An angle whose measure is complementary angle is called
61. An angle whose measure is lie between 00 and 900 is
62. An angle whose measure is lie between 900 and 1800 is
63. An angle whose measure is lie between 1800 and 3600 is
64. An angle whose measure is 1800 is
65. The inclination between two rays having a common initial point is called an
66. Which of the following is wrong about parallel lines ?
67. 3 or more points lie on same line is called
68. Which of the following are false about line ?
69. Intersecting lines having
70. The common point in the intersecting lines are called
71. Number of common points in intersecting lines are
72. The standard unit of measuring an angle is
73. Another name for Co - interior angles is
74. Name th following
75. It is
76. Complementary angle of 250 is
77. Complementary angle of 400 is
78. Complementary angle of 890 is
79. Supplementary angle of 1050 is
80. Supplementary angle of 950 is
81. Supplementary angle of 1500 is
82. Two angles are complement to each other and are also equal then find them
83. Two angles are supplement to each other and are also equal then find them
84. Which of the following are not a supplementary angles ?
85. Which of the following are not a complementary angles ?
86. Which of the following is a complementary angles ?
87. Which of the following is a supplementary angles ?
88. The line which intersects two or more lines at distinct points is called
89. If two lines intersect each other then the number of common points they have is
90. If the pair of alternate interior angles are equal then the lines are
91. Line segment has ............. end points
92. 3000 is ....................... angle
93. 2580 is ....................... angle
94. AB ray is denoted as
95. Number of line segments are
96. Angle between the rods of a chair is example of
97. The sum of angles at a point on a line on one side of the line is
98. Which of the following are can't be formed a pair of supplementary angles ?
99. Each pair of a complementary angles is always
100. Which of the following is not a reflex angle ?

 

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