Rules of Geometry

– two lines are said to be parallel only when their point of intersection is/are :

none

– in a triange, interior opposite angle is always less than : the exterior angle

– sum of the 2 interior opposite angles of a triangle is always equal to :

exterior angle

– sum of all the interior angles of a pentagon is equal to : 540

– in a traingle, the sum of the 2 angles is equal to the thrid angle, considering

interior angles only, then the triangle is : right angled

– sum of the interior angles of a polygon having n sides is equal to : (2n-4)90

degrees

– 2 sides of a triangle are unequal. the angle just opposite to the larger side

is : greater than the angle opposite the smaller side

– the angle made by the altitute of a triangle with the side on which it is

drwan is equal to : 90 degrees

– one angle of a triangle is greater than the other. the side opposite to it is :

greater than the side opposite to the other

– sum of squares on 2 perpendicular sides of a right angled triangle is equal

to the square on the : hypotenuse

– in a parallelogram, the opposite angles are : equal

– a regualr hexagon has been inscribed in a circle. the area of the hexagon

will be: less than the area of the circle.

– when the bisector of any angle is perpendicular to the opposite side, then

the triangle is : equilateral

– if 2 || lines are intersected by a traversal, then the bisectors of the interior

angels so formed make a : rectangle

– each angle of a complementary set of angles must be : acute

– number of pairs of vertical angles formed when 2 lines intersect are : 2

– if the bisectors of 2 adjacent angles are perpendicular, the adjacent angles

are the angles of : linear pair

– the traingle formed by joining the mid points of the sides of an equilateral

traingle is : equilateral

– the bisectors of the angle at the vertex of an isosceles traingle: bisects the

base and is perpendicular to it

– if 2 angles of a triangle are congruent, the sides opposite of these angles

are : congruent

– if the bisector of any angle of a triangle bisects its opposite side, the

triangle is : isosceles

– the correct postulate of congruence of 2 triangles is : SAS

– the straight line joining the midpoints of any 2 sides of a triangle is : parallel

to the third side

– if the bisector of the vertical angle bisects the base, the triangle is :

isosceles

– the point of intersection of the medians of the triangle is called : centroid

– the point of intersection of the altitudes of the trianlgle is called :

orthocentre

– in a triangle abc, if the median BE is equal to the median CF, then the

triangle is : isosceles

– in a triangle ABC, if altitude BE is euqal to the altitude CF, then the triangle

is : isosceles

– the angle between the internal bisector of one base angle and the exterior

bisector of the other base angle is equal to : one half the vertical angle

– the bisector of the exterior angle at the vertex of an isosceles triangle is :

parallel to the base

– the stright line drawn from the midpoint of a side of a triangle, parallel to

the base is one that : bisects the other side

– the median on the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle is equal to : nothing

can be said

– in an an isosceles triangle ABC, d,e,f are the midpoints of the base BC and

the equal sides AB, AC resp, then : DF=DE

– medians of a triangle pass thru the same point which divides each median

in the ratio : 2:1

– the sum of 2 medians of triangle is : greater than the third

– a median divides a triangle into 2 triangles of : equal area

– a triangle can have at most one : obtuse angle

– if the diagonal of a quadilateral bisect each other and are perpendicular, the quadilateral is : rhombus

– the bisector of a pair of opposite angles of a 11gm are : intersecting at a point

– if diagnols AC = diagonal BD and AC is perpendicular to BD in a parallelogram ABCD then it is : rhombus

– area of s rectangle and area of || gm standing on the same base and b/w the same || have relation b/w them as : they are equal

– if the midpoints of the sides of a quadilateral are jonied, then the figure formed is : ||gm

– if the diagonals of a || are equal then its a : rectangle

– a diagonal of a |\gm divides it into : 4 triangles of equal area

– in a triangle ABC, the median AD bisecting the side BC has its midpoint O.

the line CO meets AB at E. AE is equal to : AB/3

– if a line is drawn || to 1 side of a triangle, the other 2 sides are divided : in

the same ratio

– if the diagonals of a ||gm are equal, its a : rectangle

– AAA theorem is applicable for 2 triangles to prove them : similar

– the ratios of areas of similiar triangles is equal to the ratio of : squares on

the corresponding sides

– if 2 chords of a circle intersect inside or outside a circle, the rectangle

contained by the parts of 1 chord is equal in area to the rectange contained

by : the parts of the other

– if the perpendicular drawn from the vertex of a right angled triangle to the

hypotenuse, the number of similiar triangles formed is euqal to : 3

– in triangle abc, ad is perpendicular to bc. if ad^2 = bd*dc, the triangle is :

right angled

– in a ||gm abcd, e is a pt on ad. ac and be intersect each other at f. then:

bf*fa=ef*fc

– p and q are 2 pts on the sides ca and cb of a triangle abc, right angled at c.

then aq^2 + bp^2 is equal to : ab^2 + pq^2

– equal chords of a circle subtends euqal angles at the : center

– angles in the same segment of a cirlce are : equal

– 2 equal circles intersect in a and b. thruogh b is a straight line perpendicular

to ab drawn to meet the circumference in x and y. then : ax=ay

– p is the centre of a cirlce of radius r and distance b/w the centre of the

circle and ne point r on a given line pr. the line doesnt intersect the circle

when : pr>r

– chord pq of a circle is produced to o. t is a pt such that ot becomes a tangent to the circle. then : ot^2=op*oq

– p is the midpoint of an arc apb of a circle. the tangent at p is : parallel to the chord ab.

– an angle with vertex on the circle formed by secant ray and a tangent ray has measure equal to : half the measure of the angle subtented by the intercepted arc at the centre

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Algebra Geometryon March 13, 2009at 3:26 pm