# Mensuration | Class 8 MCQ Questions with Answers Maths Chapter 11

NCERT MCQ Questions for Class 8 Maths 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 8 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)(a)a
(2)(b) a²
(3)(c) 2a
(4)(d) 4a.

(1)(a) 1/2bh
(2)(b) bh
(3)(c) 13bh
(4)(d) 1/4bh.

(1)(a) 1/2bh
(2)(b) bh
(3)(c) 1/3bh
(4)(d) 1/4bh.

(1)(a) 12πr²
(2)(b) r²
(3)(c) πr².
(4)(d) 14πr²

(1)(a) 0.001 cm³
(2)(b) 0.01 cm³
(3)(c) 0.1 cm³
(4)(d) 1000 cm³

## Q6.1 cm³ =

(1)(a) 0.000001 m³
(2)(b) 0.01 m³
(3)(c) 0.1 m³
(4)(d) 1000 m³

## Q7.The surface area of a cuboid of length l, breadth b and height h is

(1)(a ) lbh
(2)(b) lb + bh + hl
(3)(c) 2 (lb + bh + hl)
(4)(d) 2(l + b)h.

Answer: (c) 2 (lb + bh + hl)

(1)(a) 4a²
(2)(b) 6a²
(3)(c) 3a²
(4)(d) a².

## Q9.The total surface area of a cylinder of base radius r and height h is

(1)(a) 2πr (r + h)
(2)(b) πr (r + h)
(3)(c) 2πrh
(4)(d) 2πr².

Answer: (a) 2πr (r + h)

## Q10.The volume of a cuboid of length l, breadth b and height h is

(1)(a) lbh
(2)(b) lb + bh + hl
(3)(c) 2 (lb + bh + hl)
(4)(d) 2 (l + b) h.

(1)(a) a²
(2)(b) a³
(3)(c) a4
(4)(d) 6a²

## Q12.The volume of a cylinder of base radius r and height h is

(1)(a) 2πrh
(2)(b) πr²h
(3)(c) 2πr (r + h)
(4)(d) 13 πr²h.

## Q13.1 L =

(1)ia) 10 cm³
(2)(b) 100 cm³
(3)(c) 1000 cm³
(4)(d) 10000 cm³.

(1)(a) 1 L
(2)(b) 10 L
(3)(c) 100 L
(4)(d) 1000 L.

(1)(a) 6 cm
(2)(b) 12 cm
(3)(c) 3 cm
(4)(d) 24 cm.

(1)(a) 1 cm
(2)(b) 2 cm
(3)(c) 3 cm
(4)(d) 4 cm.

(1)(a) 6 m
(2)(b) 4 m
(3)(c) 3 m
(4)(d) 2 m.

## Q18.If the height of a cuboid becomes zero, it will take the shape of a

(1)(a) cube
(2)(b) parallelogram
(3)(c) circle
(4)(d) rectangle.

(1)(a) 1 m
(2)(b) 2 m
(3)(c) 3 m
(4)(d) 4 m.

(1)(a) 140 m³
(2)(b) 142 m³
(3)(c) 144 m³
(4)(d) 145 m³

## Q21.The base radius and height of a right circular cylinder are 14 cm and 5 cm respectively. Its curved surface is

(1)(a) 220 cm²
(2)(b) 440 cm²
(3)(c) 1232 cm²
(4)(d) 2π × 14 × (14 + 5) cm²

(1)(a) 16 : 81
(2)(b) 4 : 9
(3)(c) 2 : 3
(4)(d) 9 : 4.

(1)(a) 1 : 1
(2)(b) 1 : 2
(3)(c) 2 : 1
(4)(d) 4 : 1.

(1)(a) 18π cm³
(2)(b) 36π cm³
(3)(c) 9π cm³
(4)(d) 36 cm³

(1)(a) 40π cm²
(2)(b) 30π cm²
(3)(c) 20π cm²
(4)(d) 10π cm²

(1)(a) 150π cm²
(2)(b) 300π cm²
(3)(c) 150 cm²
(4)(d) 300 cm²

(1)(a) 100 sq.cm
(2)(b) 150 sq.cm
(3)(c) 115 sq.cm
(4)(d) 200 sq.cm

(1)(a) 41 cm2
(2)(b) 82 cm2
(3)(c) 410 cm2
(4)(d) 820 cm2

(1)(a) 20 cm
(2)(b) 34 cm
(3)(c) 44 cm
(4)(d) 50 cm

(1)(a) 16 cm
(2)(b) 20 cm
(3)(c) 30 cm
(4)(d) 36 cm

(1)(a) 2
(2)(b) 3
(3)(c) 4
(4)(d) 5

## Q32.All six faces of a cube are:

(1)(a) Identical
(2)(b) Different
(3)(c) Circular
(4)(d) Rectangular

(1)(a) One, One
(2)(b) One, two
(3)(c) two, one
(4)(d) two, two

(1)(a) 1100 cm2
(2)(b) 1200 cm2
(3)(c) 1300 cm2
(4)(d) 1400 cm2

(1)(a) 15 cm
(2)(b) 17 cm
(3)(c) 19 cm
(4)(d) 21 cm

(1)(a) 10 cm
(2)(b) 11 cm
(3)(c) 12 cm
(4)(d) 13 cm

## Q37.Surface area of a cuboid = __

(1)(i) 2 h (l + b)
(2)(ii) 2lbh
(3)(iii) 2(lb + bh + hl)
(4)(iv) None of these

Answer: (iii) 2(lb + bh + hl)

(1)(i) a + b
(2)(ii) ab
(3)(iii) a² + b²
(4)(iv) 2ab.

(1)(i) 20 cm
(2)(ii) 10 cm
(3)(iii) 5 cm
(4)(iv) 15 cm

(1)(i) 215 cm³
(2)(ii) 172 cm³
(3)(iii) 150 cm³
(4)(iv) 168 cm³

(1)(i) 0
(2)(ii) ½
(3)(iii) 1
(4)(iv) 2

(1)(i) 6 cm
(2)(ii) 12 cm
(3)(iii) 3 cm
(4)(iv) 24 cm

## Q43.The area of a trapezium is

(1)(i) 1/2 (sum of parallel sides) × h
(2)(ii) 2 (sum of parallel sides) × h
(3)(iii) (sum of parallel sides) × h
(4)(iv) 1/2 (sum of parallel sides) + h

Answer: (i) 1/2 (sum of parallel sides) × h

(1)(i) ½
(2)(ii) ⅙
(3)(iii) ⅓
(4)(iv) ⅔

## Q45.The formula for finding lateral surface area of cylinder is

(1)(i) 2πrh
(2)(ii) πr²
(3)(iii) 2πr(r+h)
(4)(iv) 2πr

(1)(i) 16 : 81
(2)(ii) 9 : 14
(3)(iii) 2 : 3
(4)(iv) 4 : 9

(1)(i) 2 D
(2)(ii) 3 D
(3)(iii) 1 D
(4)(iv) 4 D

(1)(i) Four
(2)(ii) Three
(3)(iii) Two
(4)(iv) No

## Q49.The amount of space occupied by a three dimensional objects is called its

(1)(i) area
(2)(ii) surface area
(3)(iii) volume
(4)(iv) lateral surface area

## Q50.The difference between the upper class limit and lower class limit of a class interval is called:

(1)(i) Frequency
(2)(ii) Width
(3)(iii) Grouped data
(4)(iv) Ungrouped data

(1)(i) 350 cm²
(2)(ii) 294 cm²
(3)(iii) 494 cm²
(4)(iv) 200 cm²

(1)(i) 900 m³
(2)(ii) 90 m³
(3)(iii) 33 m³
(4)(iv) 33 m³

## Q53.Two dimensional figure is a

(1)(i) solid figure
(2)(ii) plane figure
(3)(iii) cylinder figure
(4)(iv) None of these

## Q54.In grouped data, each of the group is called:

(1)(i) Class interval
(2)(ii) Collection of data
(3)(iii) Frequency
(4)(iv) Grouped frequency distribution

## Q55.Diagonals of rhombus are

(1)(i) equal
(2)(ii) half of one diagonal
(3)(iii) of different length
(4)(iv) none of above

## Q56.The formula for finding total surface area of cuboid is

(1)(a) 2 (lb × bh × hl)
(2)(b) 2 (lb + bh + hl)
(3)(c) 2h (l + b)
(4)(d) 2 lb (bh + hl)

Answer: (b) 2 (lb + bh + hl)

(1)(a) 66m
(2)(b) 30 m
(3)(c) 26 m
(4)(d) 28 m

## Q58.In a quadrilateral, half of the product of the sum of the lengths of parallel sides and the parallel distance between them gives the area of

(1)(a) rectangle
(2)(b) parallelogram
(3)(c) triangle
(4)(d) trapezium

(1)(a) 16 : 81
(2)(b) 9 : 14
(3)(c) 2 : 3
(4)(d) 4 : 9

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

(1)(a) 900 m³
(2)(b) 90 m³
(3)(c) 33 m³
(4)(d) 33 m³

(1)(a) 144 cm²
(2)(b) 40 cm²
(3)(c) 120 cm²
(4)(d) 118 cm²

(1)(a) 40 p cm²
(2)(b) 30 p cm²
(3)(c) 20 p cm²
(4)(d) 10 p cm²