1 
The arcs opposite to incongruent central angles of a circle are always: 
 A. Congruent
 B. Incongruent
 C. Parallel
 D. Perpendicular

2 
The straight line joining any two points of the circumference is called: 
 A. Segment of circle
 B. Arcof circle
 C. Chordof circle
 D. Tangentof circle

3 
The boundary traced by a moving point in a circle its ______: 
 A. Circumference
 B. Diameter
 C. Radius
 D. Area

4 
A pair of chords of a circle subtending two congruent central angles is: 
 A. Congruent
 B. Incongruent
 C. Over lapping
 D. Parallel

5 
The length of a chord and the radial segment of a circle are congruent, the central angle made by the chord will be: 
 A. 30°
 B. 45°
 C. 60°
 D. 75°

6 
An arc subtends a central angle of 40° then the corresponding chord will subtend a central angle of: 
 A. 20°
 B. 40°
 C. 60°
 D. 80°

7 
A 4cm long chord subtends a central angle of 60°. The radial segment of this circle is: 

8 
The circular region bounded by an arc of a circle and its two corresponding radial segments is called a: 
 A. Sectorof the circle
 B. Areaof the circle
 C. Radiusof the circle
 D. Circumferenceof the circle

9 
If an arc of a circle subtends a central angle of 60°, then the corresponding chord of the arc will make the central angle of: 
 A. 20°
 B. 40°
 C. 60°
 D. 80°

10 
Equal chords of a circle (or of congruent circles) subtend equal ________ at the centre (corresponding centres): 
 A. Arcs
 B. Angles
 C. Regions
 D. Chords
