Q1:

Another name for the perpendicular bisector of a line is: 
A. transversal B. angle bisector C. median D. mediator 
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Q2:

The locus of a point P equidistant from a point A is: 
A. a line B. a circle C. an ellipse D. a parabola 
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Q3:

A map is drawn with a scale of 1:2000. On the map a distance of 3 cm represents 
A. 6 metres B. 60 metres C. 600 metres D. 6 km 
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Q4:

On the same map as in question 3, what distance on the map would represent a distance of of 60 km? 
A. 3 m B. 12 m C. 18 m D. 30 m 
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Q5:

The locus of a point P equidistant from a line k is 
A. two lines B. one line C. a circle D. a point 
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Q6:

Which instument would be most useful for measuring angle size? 
A. compasses B. dividers C. set square D. protractor 
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Q7:

A plan of a square is drawn to a scale of 1:20. Its area on the plan is 16 cm^{2}. What is its real area? 
A. 1600 cm^{2}B. 3200 cm^{2}C. 4800 cm^{2}D. 6400 cm^{2} 
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Q8:

The plan above is drawn to a scale of 1 cm to 10 m. What is the true length of the pool?

A. 30 m B. 140 m C. 40 m D. 70 m 
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Q9:

What is the real area of the pool shown on the plan above? 
A. 1200 m^{2}B. 12 cm^{2}C. 120 m^{2}D. 1200 cm^{2} 
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Q10:

What is the real perimeter of the pool shown in question 8? 
A. 14 cm B. 7 cm C. 140 m D. 14 m 
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