Circles and Concurrent Lines in Triangles Review Test - Middle/High School Algebra, Geometry, and Statistics (AGS) - kwizNET Math/Science/English Homeschool/Afterschool/Tutoring Lessons/Worksheets/Quizzes/Trivia

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

Q 1: If 'P' is any point on the circumference of a circle 'C', then we say that P ____ C. belongs to does not belongs

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

Q 3: The fixed point is called ______. centre circle

Q 4: The circle drawn toughing one side of a triangle internally and the other two sides externally when produced is called ________. excircle incircle

Q 5: The number of excircles that can be drawn for a triangle is _____. 3 1

Q 6: The ratio between the circumference and the diameter of a circle is given by _____. 2:1 pi

Q 7: If two chords of a circle are equidistant from the centre, the chords are ______. not equal equal

Q 8: The biggest chord of a circle is _____. radius diameter

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