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Quantitative Reasoning Geometry Online Test 1

Test Name Quantitative Reasoning Geometry Online Test 1
Subject Aptitude
Test Type MCQs
Total Question 12
Total Marks 24
Total Time 15 Mints
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Quantitative Reasoning Q-R Geometry Test is so necessary for the preparation of all the engineering test, MCAT, CAT, XAT, MBA,entrance tests, GRE subject tests. Attempt Online Multiple Choice Questions about the Geometry below.

Quantitative Reasoning Geometry Online Test 1


1. The circumference of a triangle is always the point of intersection of the

Question 1 of 12

2. The Qutab Minar casts a shadow 150 m long at the same time when the Vikas Minar casts a shadow of 120 m long on the ground. If the height of the Vikas Minar is 80 m, then the height of the Qutab Minar is?

Question 2 of 12

3. An angle is equal to 1/3 rd of its supplement. Find its measure

Question 3 of 12

4. In the following figure, find ∠ADC.

Question 4 of 12

5. The perimeters of two similar triangle ABC and PQR are 36 cm and 24 cm respectively. If PQ=10 cm, then the length of AB is?

Question 5 of 12

6. How many sides a regular polygon has with its interior angle eight times its exterior angle?

Question 6 of 12

7. The number of tangents that can be drawn to two non-intersecting circles is?

Question 7 of 12

8. In a triangle ABC, ∠A= x°, ∠B= y° and ∠C =(y+20)°. If 4x-y=10, then the triangle is?

Question 8 of 12

9. If 5π/6 is the measure of each interior angle of a regular convex polygon, then it must be a

Question 9 of 12

10. In a quadrilateral ABCD, ∠B=90° and AD²=AB²+BC²+CD², then ∠ACD is equal to

Question 10 of 12

11. The sum of the interior angles of a polygon is 1620°.  The number of sides of the polygon are?

Question 11 of 12

12. A man goes 10 m due east and then 24 m due north. Find the distance from the starting point.

Question 12 of 12


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