- Euclid Geometry
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- Axioms or Postulates
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- Statements
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- Theorems
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- Corollary
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- Euclid axioms
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- Euclid Postulates
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- Play fair Axiom
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- Incident Axioms

Given below are the **Class 9 Maths** Important Questions for Euclid Geometry

a. Concepts questions

b. Calculation problems

c. Multiple choice questions

d. Long answer questions

e. Fill in the blanks

a. Concepts questions

b. Calculation problems

c. Multiple choice questions

d. Long answer questions

e. Fill in the blanks

- If equals are added to equals, the wholes are equal
- The edges of a surface are lines
- All right angles are equal to one another
- If first thing is greater than second and second is greater than third, then first is greater than third
- The whole is greater than the part
- Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common
- For every line l and for every point P not lying on the line l, there exists a unique line m passing through P and Parallel to l

Axioms: (a), (d), (e), (g)

Postulates: (c)

Definition: (b)

Theorem: (f)

a. Parallel lines

b. Angle

c. Line segment

d. Radius of a circle

e. Square

f. Quadrilateral

a. Two lines are parallel when they are not intersecting and are coplanar

b. Angle is the figure formed by two rays with common initial points

c. A line segments is a part of line with two end points.

d. The distance from the centre of the circle to any point on the circle is called radius of the circle

e. A square is a quadrilateral of which all the four angles are rights angles and four sides are equal

f. A simple closed figure made up of four lines

a. In geometry, we take point, line and plane as undefined term

b. Two lines drawn in a plane always intersect at a point

c. Only one line can pass through points X and Y

d. If two circle are equal, there radii is also equal

e. Three points are concurrent if they have only one common point

f. The statements that are proved are called postulates

g. The whole is greater than the part is a postulate

h. If the area of square X equals to the area of rectangle Y and the area of rectangle Y is equal to area of circle Z,then area of square X equals to area of circle Z

- True
- False, as parallel lines never intersect
- True
- True
- True
- False
- False
- True

a. Greece

b. Italy

c. Germany

d. Egypt

a. 20

b. 7

c.13

d. 465

a. Ist axiom

b. 7Th axiom

c. 6

d. 2

a.The number of dimensions in the solid is three

b. The number of dimensions in the surface is two

c. The number of dimensions of a point is 1

d. None of these

a. one

b. two

c. three

d. four

a. lines

b. points

c. surface

d. curves

a. Ist axiom

b.3

c. 4

d. 2

Who gave the proof that circle can be bisected into two equal parts by its diameter |
Brahagupta |

Who derived the value for area of isosceles triangle |
Aryabatta |

Who derived the value for volume of pyramid |
Bhaskara -II |

Who discovered the formula for the finding the area of cyclic quadrilateral |
Thales |

Pythagoras |

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