1 
The two tangents drawn to a circle from a point outside it, are equal in; 
 A. Length
 B. Radius
 C. Measure
 D. Diameter

2 
The line that passes through centre and touches a circle at two points is called: 
 A. Diameter
 B. Radius
 C. Arc
 D. Corners

3 
Two tangents drawn to a circle from a point outside it are of _________ in length 
 A. Half
 B. Equal
 C. Double
 D. Triple

4 
A tangent to a circle is perpendicular to the radial segment drawn to the point of: 
 A. Contact
 B. Tangency
 C. Concurrency
 D. Tangent

5 
If a line is drawn perpendicular to a radial segment of a circle at its occurs and point, it is _________ to the circle at that point: 
 A. Radial
 B. Parallel
 C. Tangent
 D. Perpendicular

6 
A line which has two points in common with a circle is called: 
 A. Sine of a circle
 B. Cosine of a circle
 C. Tangent of a circle
 D. Secant of a circle

7 
The distance between the centres of two congruent touching circles externally is: 
 A. Of zero length
 B. The radius of each circle
 C. The diameter of each circle
 D. Twice the diameter of each circle

8 
How many tangents can be drawn from a point outside it ? 

9 
The tangent to a circle and the radial segment joining the point of contact and the __________ are perpendicular to each other: 
 A. Chord
 B. Centre
 C. Tangent
 D. Arc

10 
A circle has only one: 
 A. Secant
 B. Chord
 C. Diameter
 D. Centre
