NCERT MCQ Questions for Class 7 Maths Lines and Angles with Answers PDF Free Download based on the major ideas and themes presented in the textbook as per the CBSE new test pattern are available here. This will help you learn and test your understanding of the chapters. Students can also take a free test of Class 7 Maths Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four possibilities, each of which is followed by the correct response. These MCQ Questions were chosen in accordance with the most recent CBSE exam format.

(1)(i) 60°
(2)(ii) 90°
(3)(iii) 120°
(4)(iv) 30°

## Q2.Which of the following pairs can form a linear pair?

(1)(i) Pair of complementary angles
(2)(ii) Pair of supplementary angles
(4)(iv) Pair of vertically opposite angles

Answer: (ii) Pair of supplementary angles

## Q3.Complementary to 0° angle is :

(1)(i) 90°
(2)(ii) 95°
(3)(iii) 75°
(4)(iv) None of these

(1)(i) 55°
(2)(ii) 65°
(3)(iii) 75°
(4)(iv) 45°

(1)(i) 90
(2)(ii) x
(3)(iii) x−90
(4)(iv) 90+ x

## Q6.What do we call an angle whose measurement is exactly equal to 0o?

(1)(i) An obtuse angle
(2)(ii) A straight angle
(3)(iii) A zero angle
(4)(iv) A right angle

(1)(i) 90°
(2)(ii) 44°
(3)(iii) 16°
(4)(iv) 136°

(1)(i) 22
(2)(ii) 12°
(3)(iii) 32°
(4)(iv) 42°

## Q9.What are the lines which lie on the same plane and do not intersect at any point called?

(1)(i) Perpendicular lines
(2)(ii) Intersecting lines
(3)(iii) Parallel lines
(4)(iv) Collinear lines

## Q10.Complementary to 95° angle is :

(1)(i) 5°
(2)(ii) 0°
(3)(iii) 10°
(4)(iv) None of these

## Q11.Give an example for vertically opposite angles from above figure.

(1)(i) ∠AOD and ∠FOC
(2)(ii) ∠AOB and ∠DOE
(3)(iii) ∠DOE and ∠COF
(4)(iv) ∠AOD and ∠AOB

## Q12.Two angles can be supplement if both of them are:

(1)(i) obtuse angles
(2)(ii) right angles
(3)(iii) acute angles
(4)(iv) reflex angles

## Q13.If two adjacent angles are supplementary, then they form __

(1)(i) a linear pair of angles
(2)(ii) vertically opposite angles
(3)(iii) Corresponding angles
(4)(iv) a ray

Answer: (i) a linear pair of angles

## Q14.Identify which of the following pairs of angles are supplementary.

(1)(i) 45°, 45°
(2)(ii) 63°, 27°
(3)(iii) 112°, 68°
(4)(iv) 80°, 10°

## Q15.Which is the example of alternate interior angle?

(1)(i) ∠3 and ∠6
(2)(ii) ∠1 and ∠2
(3)(iii) ∠7 and ∠8
(4)(iv) ∠5 and ∠6

## Q16.What do we call an angle whose measurement is exactly equal to 0°?

(1)(i) An obtuse angle
(2)(ii) A straight angle
(3)(iii) A zero angle
(4)(iv) A right angle

(1)(i) 30°
(2)(ii)45°
(3)(iii) 60°
(4)(iv) 90°

## Q18.If two lines intersect at a point, then the vertically opposite angles are always __

(1)(i) supplementary
(2)(ii) equal
(3)(iii) unequal
(4)(iv) none of these

(1)(a) 45°
(2)(b) 180°
(3)(c) 90°
(4)(d) 360°

## Q20.Measure of the supplement of 100° :

(1)(a) 70°
(2)(b) 75°
(3)(c) 80°
(4)(d) None of these

## Q21.Which instrument is used to measure or construct angles?

(1)(a) Compasses
(2)(b) Scale
(3)(c) Protractor
(4)(d) Set squares

## Q22.If a transversal intersects two parallel lines then the interior angles on the same side of the transversal are

(1)(a) vertically opposite angles
(2)(b) supplementary angles
(3)(c) complementary angles
(4)(d) alternate angles

## Q23.What is the measure of the complement of 41°?

(1)(a) 135°
(2)(b) 15°
(3)(c) 49°
(4)(d) None of these

## Q24.If two adjacent angles are supplementary, then they form __________.

(1)(a) a linear pair of angles
(2)(b) vertically opposite angles
(3)(c) Corresponding angles
(4)(d) a ray

Answer: (a) a linear pair of angles

## Q25.A line that intersects two or more lines at distinct points is called

(1)(a) parallel
(2)(b) transversal
(3)(c) intersecting
(4)(d) None of these

## Q26.The sum of the measures of the angles in a linear pair is

(1)(a) 90°
(2)(b) 180°
(3)(c) 360°
(4)(d) none of these

(1)(a) 1°
(2)(b) 2°
(3)(c) 3°
(4)(d) 4°

## Q28.The angles in a linear pair are

(1)(a) complementary
(2)(b) supplementary
(4)(d) vertically opposite angles

## Q29.Which of the following statements is true?

(1)(a) Two acute angles can form a linear pair
(2)(b) Two obtuse angles can form a linear pair
(3)(c) Two right angles can form a linear pair
(4)(d) One obtuse angle and one acute angle cannot form a linear pair

Answer: (d) One obtuse angle and one acute angle cannot form a linear pair

## Q30.The sum of two complementary angles is:

(1)(a) 90°
(2)(b) 180°
(3)(c) 360°
(4)(d) Any angle between 180° and 360°

## Q31.Complementary to 70° angle is :

(1)(a) 20°
(2)(b) 30°
(3)(c) 40°
(4)(d) None of these

## Q32.Identify supplementary pair of angles :

(1)(a) 0° – 90°
(2)(b) 30°, 150°
(3)(c) 45° – 145°
(4)(d) None of these

(1)(a) 15°
(2)(b) 40°
(3)(c) 50°
(4)(d) 140°

## Q34.Which of the following statements is false?

(1)(a) When a transversal cuts two lines, such that pairs of corresponding angles are equal, then the lines have to be parallel
(2)(b) When a transversal cuts two lines such that pairs of alternate interior angles are equal, then the lines have to be parallel
(3)(c) When a transversal cuts two lines such that pairs of interior angles on the same side of the transversal are supplementary, then the lines have to be parallel
(4)(d) When a transversal cuts two lines such that pairs of interior angles on the same side of the transversal are complementary, then the lines have to be parallel

Answer: (d) When a transversal cuts two lines such that pairs of interior angles on the same side of the transversal are complementary, then the lines have to be parallel

## Q35.When the sum of the measures of two angles is 90°, the angles are called

(1)(а) supplementary angles
(2)(b) complementary angles
(4)(d) vertically opposite angles

(1)(a) 180°
(2)(b) 60°
(3)(c) 45°
(4)(d) 90°

(1)(а) 30°
(2)(b) 16°
(3)(c) 60°
(4)(d) 160°

(1)(a) 10°
(2)(b) 100°
(3)(c) 36°
(4)(d) 20°

(1)(a) 30°
(2)(b) 60°
(3)(c) 46°
(4)(d) 90°

(1)(a) 60°, 30°
(2)(b) 66°, 34°
(3)(c) 0°, 90°
(4)(d) 160°, 30°

(1)(а) 90°
(2)(b) 0°
(3)(c) 180°
(4)(d) 46°

## Q42.When the sum of the measures of two angles is 180°, the angles are called

(2)(b) complementary angles
(3)(c) vertically opposite angles
(4)(d) supplementary angles

## Q43.The sum of the measures of two supplementary angles is

(1)(a) 90°
(2)(b) 180°
(3)(c) 360°
(4)(d) none of these

(1)(a) 45°
(2)(b) 60°
(3)(c) 30°
(4)(d) 90°

(1)(a) 30°
(2)(b) 45°
(3)(c) 90°
(4)(d) 60°

(1)(a) 90°, 90°
(2)(b) 32°, 58°
(3)(c) 0°, 180°
(4)(d) 76°, 104°

(1)(a) 45°
(2)(b) 90°
(3)(c) 120°
(4)(d) 180°

(1)(a) 60°
(2)(b) 30°
(3)(c) 45°
(4)(d) 120°

(1)(a) 60°
(2)(b) 120°
(3)(c) 90°
(4)(d) 45°