Q 1: "A rhombus becomes a square when one of its angles is made 90° ". False True

Q 2: One side of a rectangle is given by 10 cm and the other side is given by 6 cm.The values of the remaining two sides will be _______ respectively. 6 cm 10 cm 10 cm and 6 cm

Q 3: One of the diagonals of a rhombus is given by 10 cm. Then it divides the rhombus into two __________. halves is 5 cm each congruent triangles perpendicular bisectors

Q 4: A quadrilateral can have at most three obtuse angles. False True

Q 5: In a quadrilateral, three angles are 90°, 80° and 100°. The fourth angle in degree measure will be ________. 130° 90° 100°

Q 6: In a parallelogram ABCD, angle A = 80 degrees. Find the remaining angles. 70, 110 and 70 Respectively 95, 85 and 95 degrees Respectively 100, 80 and 100 degrees Respectively 110, 70 and 110 degrees Respectively

Q 7: The angles in a quadrilateral are in the ratio 1:2:3:4 then smallest angle = _____. 36 degrees 46 degrees 56 degrees

Q 8: The line segment joining any two opposite vertices of a quadrilateral is called Length Diagonal Side

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