Subject :IMO Class : Class 7
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Subject :IMO Class : Class 5
The table shows the number of boys and girls that wear spectacles in class 5.
Class |
Number of boys |
Number of girls |
5-A |
16 |
12 |
5-B |
12 |
6 |
5-C |
8 |
5 |
5-D |
19 |
2 |
What is the fraction of girls in class 5-C to the number of boys in 5-A and 5-B ?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
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Subject :IMO Class : Class 6
State ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false.
(A) Two distinct lines meeting at a point are called concurrent lines.
(B) The centre of a circle is always in its interior.
(C) A line has no end points.
(A) | (B) | (C) | |
A | F | T | F |
B | F | T | T |
C | T | F | F |
D | T | T | T |
Ans b as more than 2 lines passing through a given point are concurrent
Ans 5:
Class : Class 4
Yes the answer of this question is option B .... as only three or more lines intersecting at one point are defined as concurrent lines ...
Ans 7:
Class : Class 6
B is the right answer. I have faced this kind of problems thrice. Please correct the answer.
Ans 8:
Class : Class 7
As per my best knowledge the answer of this question should be option B.three lines are necessary to be defined as concurrent lines.Please rectify this mistake or justify the answer.
Ans 9:
Class : Class 6
2 Lines meeting at a point are called intersecting lines. 3 or more lines intersecting at a point are called concurrent lines
Ans 12:
Class : Class 4
Answer is surely B as three distinct lines meeting at one are called cocurrent lines
Ans 16:
Class : Class 6
The answer is 'b' as 3 lines intersecting at a point are concurrent. The centre of the circle is always in the middle of it (interior) and a line is never ending which is depicted by the arrows beside the straight line on each side. Please rectify this error SOF. With Sincere Regards,Chetanya Singh of Jayshree Periwal International School, Jaipur
Ans 23:
Class : Class 6
I am a legendary god in geometry and according to my ultra legendary brain the solution or answer to this question is (b)
Ans 24:
Class : Class 8
I think B is the correct option as three or more lines meeting at a point is called concurrent not two
Ans 27:
Class : Class 7
concurrent lines are three lines meeting at a common point . Agree with Chet .
Ans 29:
Class : Class 6
everyone else could tell the right ans not only u........so better act properly shorya
Ans 31:
Class : Class 7
Option B is the correct answer. Please rectify. And Shourya please mind your words
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Class : Class 7
Three lines intersecting at a point are concurrent lines. So, B is the right answer
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Class : Class 6
b is the right answer.... if two lines pass through each other then they will be intersecting lines...please rectify it
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