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Middle/High School Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics (AGS) 7.9 Circles and Concurrent Lines in Triangles Review Test

Q 1: The point of concurrence of the bisectors of one interior angle and the two exterior opposite angles of a triangle is called _____. incentre excentre

Q 2: Number of diameters that can be drawn through the centre of a circle. Ten Infinite

Q 3: If in a circle r = 3 cm. then d = ______. 5 cm. 6 cm.

Q 4: The circle drawn inside a triangle toughing the three sides is called ________. excircle incircle

Q 5: The line segment joining the mid point of a chord of a circle and the centre is ____ to the chord. perpendicular radius

Q 6: The perpendicular bisector of a chord of a circle passes through _____. center of circle out side of circle

Q 7: The centroid 'G' of a triangle divides each median in the ratio ______. 2:1 1:2

Q 8: The points O, G, S and I in an isosceles triangle are ______. coincide collinear

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