Q 1: In a quadrilateral, the sum of the first two angles is 200°, the remaining two angles are equal. What is the measure of each of these angles? 80° 90° 160°

Q 2: A quadrilateral can have at most three obtuse angles. True False

Q 3: One of the angles of a rectangle are given by 90°, the opposite angle will be _______. 90° 60° 45°

Q 4: In a trapezoid ABCD, AB is parallel to CD. If angle D = 110 degrees and angle C = 90 degrees, find angle A and angle B. 100 degrees and 110 degrees Respectively 70 degrees and 90 degrees Respectively 90 degrees and 105 degrees Respectively

Q 5: A quadrilateral has _______ sides. four three six five

Q 6: The line segment joins any two opposite vertices is called a (an) _______. sides vertices diagonal angles

Q 7: Find the value of ÐE in the given figure.

90° 120° 45°

Q 8: The diagonals of a rhombus bisect at __________. right angles obtuse angles acute angles

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