Measurements - One Mark Questions

7th Standard EM

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Time : 00:30:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 13
    13 x 1 = 13
  1. The perimeter of a parallelogram whose adjacent sides are 6 cm and 5 cm is

    (a)

    12 cm

    (b)

    10 cm

    (c)

    24 cm

    (d)

    22 cm

  2. The area of a parallelogram whose base 10 m and height 7 m is

    (a)

    70 sq. m

    (b)

    35 sq. m

    (c)

    7 sq. m

    (d)

    10 sq. m

  3. The base of the parallelogram with area is 52 sq. cm and height 4 cm is

    (a)

    48 cm

    (b)

    104 cm

    (c)

    13 cm

    (d)

    26 cm

  4. What happens to the area of the parallelogram, if the base is increased 2 times and the height is halved?

    (a)

    Decreases to half

    (b)

    Remains the same

    (c)

    Increases by two times

    (d)

    none

  5. In a parallelogram the base is three times its height. If the height is 8 cm then the area is

    (a)

    64 sq. cm

    (b)

    192 sq. cm

    (c)

    32 sq. cm

    (d)

    72 sq. cm

  6. The area of the rhombus with side 4 cm and height 3 cm is

    (a)

    7 sq. cm

    (b)

    24 sq. cm

    (c)

    12 sq. cm

    (d)

    10 sq. cm

  7. The area of the rhombus when both diagonals measuring 8 cm is

    (a)

    64 sq. cm

    (b)

    32 sq. cm

    (c)

    30 sq. cm

    (d)

    16 sq. cm

  8. The area of the rhombus is 128 sq. cm and the length of one diagonal is 32 cm. The length of the other diagonal is

    (a)

    12 cm

    (b)

    8 cm

    (c)

    4 cm

    (d)

    20 cm

  9. The height of the rhombus whose area 96 sq. m and side 24 m is

    (a)

    8 m

    (b)

    10 m

    (c)

    2 m

    (d)

    4 m

  10. The angle between the diagonals of a rhombus is

    (a)

    120º

    (b)

    180º

    (c)

    90º

    (d)

    100º

  11. The area of the trapezium, if the parallel sides are measuring 8 cm and 10 cm and the height 5 cm is

    (a)

    45 sq. cm

    (b)

    40 sq. cm

    (c)

    18 sq. cm

    (d)

    50 sq. cm

  12. In a trapezium if the sum of the parallel sides is 10 m and the area is 140 sq. m, then the height is

    (a)

    7cm

    (b)

    40 cm

    (c)

    14 cm

    (d)

    28 cm

  13. when the non-parallel sides of a trapezium are equal then it is known as

    (a)

    a square

    (b)

    a rectangle

    (c)

    an isosceles trapezium

    (d)

    a parallelogram

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