# Selina Solutions Concise Mathematics Class 6 Chapter 25 Properties of Angles and Lines Exercise 25(A)

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Exercise 25(A)

1. Two straight lines AB and CD intersect each other at a point O and angle AOC = 500; find:

(i) angle BOD

(ii) âˆ AOD

(iii) âˆ BOC

Solution:

(i) âˆ BOD

Given âˆ AOC = 500

We know that,

Vertically opposite angles are equal

So, âˆ BOD = âˆ AOC

Therefore, âˆ BOD = 500

(ii) âˆ AOD

âˆ AOD + âˆ BOD = 1800

âˆ AOD + 500 = 1800 {From (i)}

âˆ AOD = 1800 â€“ 500

We get,

âˆ AOD = 1300

(iii) âˆ BOC

We know that,

Vertically opposite angles are equal

So, âˆ BOC = âˆ AOD

Therefore, âˆ BOC = 1300

2. The adjoining figure, shows two straight lines AB and CD intersecting at P. If âˆ BPC = 4x â€“ 50 and âˆ APD = 3x + 150; find:

(i) the value of x

(ii) âˆ APD

(iii) âˆ BPD

(iv) âˆ BPC

Solution:

(i) The value of x is calculated as,

3x + 150 = 4x â€“ 50

3x â€“ 4x = – 50 – 150

– x =- 200

x = 200

(ii) the value of âˆ APD is calculated as,

âˆ APD = 3x + 150

= 3 Ã— 200 + 150

We get,

= 600 + 150

= 750

(iii) The value of âˆ BPD is calculated as,

âˆ BPD = 180 â€“ âˆ BPC

= 1800 â€“ (4x – 50)

= 1800 â€“ (4 Ã— 200 â€“ 50)

= 1800 â€“ 800 + 50

We get,

= 1050

(iv) The value of âˆ BPC is calculated as,

âˆ BPC = (4x â€“ 50)

= (4 Ã— 200 â€“ 50)

We get,

= 800 – 50

= 750

3. The given diagram, shows two adjacent angles AOB and AOC, whose exterior sides are along the same straight line. Find the value of x.

Solution:

Here, the exterior arms of the adjacent angles are in a straight line,

Hence, the adjacent angles are supplementary

âˆ AOB + âˆ AOC =1800

680 + (3x – 200) = 1800

680 + 3x â€“ 200 = 1800

3x = 1800 + 200 – 680

3x = 2000 – 680

We get,

3x = 1320

x = 1320 / 3

x = 440

4. Each figure given below shows a pair of adjacent angles AOB and BOC. Find whether or not the exterior arms OA and OC are in the same straight line.

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

Solution:

(i) We know that,

The sum of adjacent angles AOB and COB = 1800

Hence,

âˆ AOB + âˆ COB = 1800

(900 â€“ x) + (900 + x) = 1800

900 â€“ x + 900 + x = 1800

We get,

1800 = 1800

The exterior arms OA and OC are in the same straight line

(ii) âˆ AOB + âˆ BOC = 970 + 830

= 1800

The sum of adjacent angles AOB and BOC is 1800

Hence, the exterior arms OA and OC are in the same straight line

(iii) âˆ COB + âˆ AOB = 880 + 1120

We get,

= 2000 [which is not equal to 1800]

Hence, the exterior arms OA and OC are not in the same straight line

5. A line segment AP stands at point P of a straight line BC such that âˆ APB = 5x â€“ 400 and âˆ APC = x + 100; find the value of x and angle APB.

Solution:

Given

A line segment AP stands at P and

âˆ APB = 5x â€“ 400

âˆ APC = x + 100

(i) BPC is a straight line

âˆ APB + âˆ APC = 1800

5x â€“ 400 + x + 100 = 1800

6x â€“ 300 = 1800

6x = 1800 + 300

We get,

6x = 2100

x = 2100 / 6

x = 350

(ii) âˆ APB = 5x – 400

= 5 Ã— 350 – 400

We get,

= 1750 â€“ 400

= 1350