Subject: Maths, asked on 1/1/18

## 27. A and B are the centres of two unequal circles which intersect at P and Q respectively as shown in figure. Prove that ∠PAB = ∠QAB. Also show that M is the mid-point of PQ and angles at M are at right angles. 28. In figure, M is the mid-point of arc APB. Show that ∠BOA = 4 × ∠BAM. Subject: Maths, asked on 28/12/17

## Plzz ans fast!!! Q). In given fig., AB is diameter of circle $CD\parallel AB$ and $\angle BAD=60°$. Find $\angle ACD$. Subject: Maths, asked on 28/12/17

## Plzz ans fast!!! Q). In fig., if AB is diameter of circle, then what is value of x?

Subject: Maths, asked on 28/12/17

## Plzz ans fast!!! Q). If fig, if $\angle OAB=40°$, then find $\angle ACB$.

Subject: Maths, asked on 27/12/17

## Why we use "pie" in the formulas?

Subject: Maths, asked on 27/12/17

## Q. A, B, C are three points on a circle Such that the angles Subtended by the Chords AC the centre O are 90$°$ and 100$°$. Then find the value of $\angle$BAC?

Subject: Maths, asked on 27/12/17

## Pls answer this question with proper steps. ​Q3. Let CD be a chord of the circle with CD = 5 cm. The diameter AB of the circle is 10 cm. AC and BD when extended meet at E. Then the angle AEB equals    (A) 60°    (B) 30°    (C) 45°    (D) 75° Subject: Maths, asked on 26/12/17

## Q.20. In the figure, , find CD. (A) 12 cm (B) 10 cm (C) 6 cm (D) 6 cm

Subject: Maths, asked on 26/12/17

## Q.16. In the figure, AP = 2 cm, BP = 6 cm and CP = 3 cm, find DP (A) 6 cm (B) 4 cm (C) 2 cm (D) 3 cm

Subject: Maths, asked on 24/12/17

## Please slove question 13 ​Q13. In a circle of radius 5 cm, AB and AC are two chords such that AB = AC = 6 cm. The length of the chord BC is         (A) 9.6 cm.                                              (B) 9.8 cm.        (C) 10 cm.                                               (D) 11 cm.

Subject: Maths, asked on 24/12/17

## Question no.5: 5. In the adjoining figure, the diameter CD of a circle with centre O is perpendicular to the chord AB. If AB=8 cm and CM=2 cm, find the radius of the circle. Subject: Maths, asked on 24/12/17

## Q). AB is a diameter of the circle. F is a point on a chord AP other than the diameter. Prove that $\angle$AFB is obtuse.

Subject: Maths, asked on 24/12/17

## Solve this: Q). O is the centre of the circle, BD = OD and CD$\perp$AB. Find $\angle$ACB.

Subject: Maths, asked on 24/12/17

## Solve this: Q). $\angle$ADC = 130$°$, chord BC = chord BE, find $\angle$CBE.

Subject: Maths, asked on 23/12/17

## In the given figure, O is the centre of the circle of radius 5 cm. AB and AC are two chords, such that AB = AC = 6 cm. If OA meets BC at M, then OM = ?

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