# Basics of Conic Sections - 3 Online Exam Quiz

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### A plane cuts the cylinder and the plane is parallel to the base and cuts all the generators. The Cross-section is ___

Options

A : Circle

B : Ellipse

C : Parabola

D : Rectangular hyperbola

Options

A : Circle

B : Ellipse

C : Parabola

D : Hyperbola

### For drawing a perpendicular through a point outside a given line, which of the following method is used after drawing an arc from that point to the line intersecting at two points?

Options

A : Angle bisector

B : Subtending an angle

C : Perpendicular bisector

Options

A : 1

B : 2

C : 3

D : 4

Options

A : TRUE

B : FALSE

C : -

D : -

Options

A : Parabola

B : Hyperbola

C : Circle

D : Ellipse

Options

A : Parabola

B : Ellipse

C : Hyperbola

D : Circle

Options

A : 1

B : 2

C : 3

D : 4

Options

A : A circle

B : A square

C : A rectangle

D : An arc

### While drawing a perpendicular to a given line through a point nearer to the end of the line, which of the following properties of the circle is used?

Options

A : The diameter of a circle always subtends an angle of 90? on the circumference

B : The angle at the circumference is half the angle at the centre of the circle

C : The summation of the opposite angles of a quadrilateral is always 180?

D : In an arc the angle subtended by any two points on the circumference is always same

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