# Worksheet for Class 6 Maths Basic Geometrical Ideas – Chapter 4

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### Class 6 Basic Geometrical Ideas Practice Worksheet

Q.1) Two lines in a plane either intersect exactly at one point or are
(a) perpendicular (b) parallel (c) equal (d) equidistant

Q.2) Three or more points lying on the same line are known as ___________ points.
(a) non – collinear (b) collinear (c) intersecting (d) none of these.

Q.3) Three or more points which lie on a same line are called:
(a) non – collinear points
(b) straight lines
(c) collinear points
(d) point of concurrence

Q.4) Two lines meeting at a point are called ___________ . (a) parallel lines (b) intersecting lines (c) concurrent lines (d) intercept

Q.5 A line has ___________ length.
(a) definite        (b) indefinite     (c) no     (d) none of these.

Q.6) The edge of a ruler draws _____________ .
(a) ray    (b) line     (c) line segment    (d) curve

Q.7) A portion of a line which has two end points:
(a) line segment      (b) plane     (c) ray    (d) point

Q.8) Three or more lines which pass through same point are called
(a) intersecting lines
(b) parallel lines
(c) perpendicular lines
(d) concurrent lines.

Q.9) Geometrical figure which has no dimension is
(a) line    (b) plane    (c) line segment    (d) point.

Q.10) The lines which do not intersect and have equal distance between them are called:
(a) parallel lines
(b) perpendicular lines
(c) intersecting lines
(d) straight lines

Q.11) Number of points a line can have are :
(a) infinite   (b) one   (c) two   (d) zero.

Q.12) If the length of a line segment AB = 3 cm then 2AB will be
(a) 8 cm    (b) 6 cm    (c) 4 cm    (d) 9 cm

Q.13) Number of line segments which can be drawn joining two points:
(a) two    (b) one    (c) infinite    (d) none

Q.14) A portion of a line is known as:
(a) line segment     (b) line    (c) portion of a line    (d) none of these

Q.15) Two line segments having the same length are said to be:
a) same    (b) unequal    (c) parallel     (d) equal

Q.16) The number of diagonal in a triangle are:
(a) 3    (b) 2    (c) 0    (d) 1

Q.17) If two lines are perpendicular to each other then angle between them at
(a) 80°    (b) 90°     (c) 85°    d) 100°