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- Related angles
- Complementary Angles
- Supplementary Angles
- Adjacent Angles
- Linear Pair
- Vertically Opposite Angles

- Pairs of Lines
- Intersecting Lines
- Transversal
- Angles made by a Transversal
- Transversal of Parallel Lines

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Exercise Page: 128

**In questions 1 to 41, there are four options, out of which one is correct. Write the correct one. **

**1. The angles between North and West and South and East are **

**(a) complementary (b) supplementary **

**(c) both are acute (d) both are obtuse **

**Solution:-**

(b) supplementary

The angle between North and West is 90^{o}, the angle between South and East is 90^{o,} as shown in the figure above. So, 90^{o} + 90^{o} = 180^{o}.

Then, the angles between North and West and South and East are supplementary.

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 180Â°, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

**2. Angles between South and West and South and East are **

**(a) vertically opposite angles (b) complementary angles **

**(c) making a linear pair (d) adjacent but not supplementary**

**Solution:-**

(c) making a linear pair

A linear pair is a pair of adjacent angles whose non-common sides are opposite rays.

**3. In Fig. 5.9, PQ is a mirror, AB is the incident ray and BC is the reflected ray. If âˆ ABC = 46 ^{o}, then âˆ ABP is equal to **

**(a) 44 ^{o} (b) 67^{o} (c) 13^{o} (d) 62^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 67^{o}

As we know that, the angle formed by the incident ray and angle formed by the reflected ray is equal.

From the given figure,

PQ is a straight line,

So, âˆ ABP + âˆ ABC + âˆ CBQ = 180^{o}

Let us assume the âˆ ABP = âˆ CBQ = x

Then,

x + 46^{o }+ x = 180^{o}

2x + 46^{o} = 180^{o}

2x = 180^{o} â€“ 46^{o}

2x = 134^{o}

x = 134^{o}/2

x = 67^{o}

Therefore, the âˆ ABP = âˆ CBQ = 67^{o}

**4. If the complement of an angle is 79 ^{o}, then the angle will be of **

**(a) 1 ^{o} (b) 11^{o} (c) 79^{o} (d) 101^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 11^{o}

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 90Â°, the angles are called complementary angles. Each of them is called complement of the other.

The given complement of an angle is 79^{o}

Let the measure of the angle be x^{o}.

Then,

x + 79^{o} = 90^{o}

x = 90^{o} â€“ 79^{o}

x = 11^{o}

Hence, the measure of the angle is 11^{o}.

**5. Angles which are both supplementary and vertically opposite are **

**(a) 95 ^{o}, 85^{o} (b) 90^{o}, 90^{o} (c) 100^{o}, 80^{o} (d) 45^{o}, 45^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 90^{o}, 90^{o}

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 180Â°, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

**6. The angle which makes a linear pair with an angle of 61 ^{o} is of **

**(a) 29 ^{o} (b) 61^{o} (c) 122^{o} (d) 119^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(d) 119^{o}

A linear pair is a pair of adjacent angles whose non-common sides are opposite rays.

We know that, measure of sum of adjacent angles is equal to 180^{o}.

Let the measure of other angle be x^{o}.

Then,

x + 61^{o} = 180^{o}

x = 180^{o} â€“ 61^{o}

x = 119^{o}

**7. The angles x and 90 ^{o} â€“ x are **

**(a) supplementary (b) complementary **

**(c) vertically opposite (d) making a linear pair**

**Solution:-**

(b) complementary

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 90^{o}, then the angles are called complementary angles.

x + 90^{o} â€“ x = 90^{o}

90^{o} = 90^{o}

LHS = RHS

**8. The angles x â€“ 10 ^{o} and 190^{o} â€“ x are **

**(a) interior angles on the same side of the transversal **

**(b) making a linear pair **

**(c) complementary **

**(d) supplementary**

**Solution:-**

(d) supplementary

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 180^{o}, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

x â€“ 10^{o} + 190^{o} â€“ x = 180^{o}

190^{o} â€“ 10 = 180^{o}

180^{o} = 180^{o}

LHS = RHS

**9. In Fig. 5.10, the value of x is **

**(a) 110 ^{o} (b) 46^{o} (c) 64^{o} (d) 150^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(d) 150^{o}

The sum of all angles about a point given in the figure is equal to 360^{o}.

Then, 100^{o}Â + 46^{o} + 64^{o} + x = 360^{o}

210^{o} + x = 360^{o}

x = 360^{o}Â â€“ 210^{o}

x = 150^{o}

**10. In Fig. 5.11, if AB || CD, âˆ APQ = 50 ^{o} and âˆ PRD = 130^{o}, then âˆ QPR is **

**(a) 130 ^{o} (b) 50^{o} (c) 80^{o} (d) 30^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(c) 80^{o}

We know that, âˆ APR = âˆ PRD â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

âˆ APQ + âˆ QPR = 130^{o}

50^{o} + âˆ QPR = 130^{o}

âˆ QPR = 130^{o} â€“ 50^{o}

âˆ QPR = 80^{o}

**11. In Fig. 5.12, lines l and m intersect each other at a point. Which of the following is false? **

**(a) âˆ a = âˆ b (b) âˆ d = âˆ c **

**(c) âˆ a + âˆ d = 180 ^{o} (d) âˆ a = âˆ d**

**Solution:-**

(d) âˆ a = âˆ d

âˆ a â‰ âˆ d

âˆ a = âˆ b [because vertically opposite angles]

âˆ d = âˆ c [because vertically opposite angles]

âˆ a + âˆ d = 180^{o} [Linear pair of angles]

**12. If angle P and angle Q are supplementary and the measure of angle P is 60 ^{o}, then the measure of angle Q is **

**(a) 120 ^{o} (b) 60^{o} (c) 30^{o} (d) 20^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 120^{o}

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 180^{o}, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

P + Q = 180^{o}

60^{o} + Q = 180^{o}

Q = 180^{o} â€“ 60^{o}

Q = 120^{o}

**13. In Fig. 5.13, POR is a line. The value of a is **

**(a) 40 ^{o} (b) 45^{o} (c) 55^{o} (d) 60^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 40^{o}

We know that, when the sum of the measures of two angles is 180^{o}, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

(3a + 5)^{o}Â + (2a – 25)^{o} = 180^{o}

3a + 5 + 2a â€“ 25 = 180^{o}

5a â€“ 20 = 180^{o}

5a = 180^{o} + 20

5a = 200

a = 200/5

a = 40^{o}

**14. In Fig. 5.14, POQ is a line. If x = 30Â°, then âˆ QOR is**

**(a) 90 ^{o} (b) 30^{o} (c) 150^{o} (d) 60^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 90^{o}

Sum of all angles about a straight line given in the figure are equal to 180^{o}.

Then, 30^{o}Â + 2y + 3y = 180^{o}

30^{o} + 5y = 180^{o}

5y = 180^{o}Â â€“ 30^{o}

5y = 150^{o}

y = 150/5

y = 30^{o}

So, 2y = 2 Ã— 30 = 60^{o}

3y = 3 Ã— 30 = 90^{o}

Therefore, âˆ QOR = 90^{o}

**15. The measure of an angle which is four times its supplement is **

**(a) 36 ^{o} (b) 144^{o} (c) 16^{o} (d) 64^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 144^{o}

We know that, when the sum of the measures of two angles is 180^{o}, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

Let us assume the angle be x.

Then, its supplement angle = (180^{o} – x)

As per the condition given in the question, x = 4 (180^{o} – x)

x = 720^{o} â€“ 4x

x + 4x = 720^{o}

5x = 720^{o}

x = 720^{o}/5

x =144^{o}

**16. In Fig. 5.15, the value of y is **

**(a) 30 ^{o} (b) 15^{o} (c) 20^{o} (d) 22.5^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(c) 20^{o}

The sum of all angles about a straight line given in the figure is equal to 180^{o}.

Then, 6yÂ + y + 2y = 180^{o}

9y = 180^{o}

y = 180/9

y = 20^{o}

So, value of y is 20^{o}.

**17. In Fig. 5.16, PA || BC || DT and AB || DC. Then, the values of a and b are respectively.**

**(a) 60 ^{o}, 120^{o} (b) 50^{o},130^{o} (c) 70^{o},110^{o} (d) 80^{o},100^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 50^{o},130^{o}

We know that, âˆ PAB = âˆ ABC = 50^{o} â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

Given, AB || DC so consider it as parallelogram,

In a parallelogram, adjacent angles of the parallelogram are supplementary.

So, âˆ ABC + âˆ BCD = 180^{o}

50^{o}Â + âˆ BCD = 180^{o}

âˆ BCD = 180^{o}Â â€“ 50^{o}

âˆ BCD = 130^{o}

âˆ BCD = âˆ CDT = 130^{o}Â â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

Therefore, a = 50^{o}Â and b = 130^{o}

**18. The difference of two complementary angles is 30 ^{o}. Then, the angles are **

**(a) 60 ^{o}, 30^{o} (b) 70^{o}, 40^{o} (c) 20^{o}, 50^{o} (d) 105^{o}, 75^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 60^{o}, 30^{o}

When the sum of the measures of two angles is 90^{o}, then the angles are called complementary angles.

So, 60^{o} + 30^{o} = 90^{o}

As per the condition in the question, 60^{o}Â â€“ 30^{o} = 30^{o}

**19. In Fig. 5.17, PQ || SR and SP || RQ. Then, angles a and b are respectively **

**(a) 20 ^{o}, 50^{o} (b) 50^{o}, 20^{o} (c) 30^{o}, 50^{o} (d) 45^{o}, 35^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 20^{o}, 50^{o}

âˆ QRP = âˆ RPS = 50^{o}Â â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

âˆ SRP = âˆ RPQ = 20^{o} â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

Therefore, angle a = 20^{o} and angle b = 50^{o}

**20. In Fig. 5.18, a and b are**

** **

**(a) alternate exterior angles **

**(b) corresponding angles **

**(c) alternate interior angles **

**(d) vertically opposite angles**

**Solution:-**

(c) alternate interior angles

**21. If two supplementary angles are in the ratio 1: 2, then the bigger angle is **

**(a) 120 ^{o} (b) 125^{o} (c) 110^{o} (d) 90^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 120^{o}

We know that, when the sum of the measures of two angles is 180^{o}, then the angles are called supplementary angles.

Let us assume two angles be 1x and 2x.

1x + 2x = 180^{o}

3x = 180^{o}

x = 180^{o}/3

x = 60^{o}

Then the bigger angle is 2x = 2 Ã— 60^{o} = 120^{o}

**22. In Fig. 5.19, âˆ ROS is a right angle and âˆ POR and âˆ QOS are in the ratio 1: 5. Then, âˆ QOS measures **

**(a) 150 ^{o} (b) 75^{o} (c) 45^{o} (d) 60^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 75^{o}

The sum of all angles about a straight line given in the figure is equal to 180^{o}.

Given, âˆ ROS is a right angle = 90^{o}

Let us assume âˆ POR = x and âˆ QOS = 5x.

Then, âˆ PORÂ + âˆ ROS + âˆ QOS = 180^{o}

x + 90^{oÂ }+ 5x = 180^{o}

6x = 180^{o} â€“ 90^{o}

6x = 90^{o}

x = 90^{o}/6

x = 15^{o}

So, âˆ QOS measures = 5x = 5 Ã— 15^{o} = 75^{o}

**23. Statements a and b are as given below: **

**a: If two lines intersect, then the vertically opposite angles are equal. **

**b: If a transversal intersects two other lines, then the sum of two interior angles on the same side of the transversal is 180 ^{o}. **

**Then **

**(a) Both a and b are true (b) a is true and b is false **

**(c) a is false and b is true (d) both a and b are false**

**Solution:-**

(b) a is true and b is false

**24. For Fig. 5.20, statements p and q are given below: **

**p: a and b are forming a linear pair. **

**q: a and b are forming a pair of adjacent angles. **

**Then, **

**(a) both p and q are true **

**(b) p is true and q is false **

**(c) p is false and q is true **

**(d) both p and q are false**

**Solution:-**

(a) both p and q are true

**25. In Fig. 5.21, âˆ AOC and âˆ BOC form a pair of **

**(a) vertically opposite angles **

**(b) complementary angles **

**(c) alternate interior angles **

**(d) supplementary angles**

**Solution:-**

(d) supplementary angles

**26. In Fig. 5.22, the value of a is**

**(a) 20 ^{o} (b) 15^{o}**

**(c) 5 ^{o} (d) 10^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(d) 10^{o}

âˆ AOF = âˆ COD = 90^{o} [because vertically opposite angles]

Sum of all angles about a straight line given in the figure are equal to 180^{o}.

Then, âˆ BOCÂ + âˆ COD + âˆ DOE = 180^{o}

40^{o} + 90^{o} + 5a = 180^{o}

130^{o} + 5a = 180^{o}

5a = 180^{o}Â â€“ 130^{o}

5a = 50^{o}

a = 50/5

a = 10^{o}

**27. In Fig. 5.23, if QP || SR, the value of a is **

**(a) 40 ^{o} (b) 30^{o} (c) 90^{o} (d) 80^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(c) 90^{o}

To find out the value of â€˜aâ€™, draw a line XY, to cut at â€˜aâ€™.

So, XY || SR

âˆ XTS =Â âˆ TSR = 30^{o} â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

âˆ PQT =Â âˆ QTX = 60^{o} â€¦ [because interior alternate angles]

Then, a = âˆ XTS + âˆ QTX

= 30^{o} + 60^{o}

= 90^{o}

**28. In which of the following figures, a and b are forming a pair of adjacent angles?**

**Solution:-**

In figure (d) a and b form a pair of adjacent angles.

**29. In a pair of adjacent angles, (i) vertex is always common, (ii) one arm is always common, and (iii) uncommon arms are always opposite rays **

**Then **

**(a) All (i), (ii) and (iii) are true **

**(b) (iii) is false **

**(c) (i) is false but (ii) and (iii) are true **

**(d) (ii) is false**

**Solution:-**

(b) (iii) is false

Two angles are called adjacent angles, if they have a common vertex and a common arm but no common interior points.

**30. In Fig. 5.25, lines PQ and ST intersect at O. If âˆ POR = 90Â° and x : y = 3 : 2, then z is** **equal to **

**(a) 126 ^{o} (b) 144^{o} (c) 136^{o} (d) 154^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(b) 144^{o}

The sum of all angles about a straight line given in the figure is equal to 180^{o}.

PQ is a straight line.

Then, âˆ PORÂ + âˆ ROT + âˆ TOQ = 180^{o}

Given, x : y = 3 : 2

Let us assume x = 3a, y = 2a

90^{o} + 3a + 2a = 180^{o}

90^{o} + 5a = 180^{o}

5a = 180^{o}Â â€“ 90^{o}

5a = 90^{o}

a = 90/5

a = 18^{o}

So, x = 3a = 3 Ã— 18 = 54^{o}

y = 2a = 2 Ã— 18 = 36^{o}

From the figure SOT is a straight line,

Then, z+ y = 180^{o}

z + 36^{o}Â = 180^{o}

z = 180^{o} â€“ 36^{o}

z = 144^{o}

**31. In Fig. 5.26, POQ is a line, then a is equal to **

**(a) 35 ^{o} (b) 100^{o} (c) 80^{o} (d) 135^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(c) 80^{o}

From the figure POQ is a straight line,

Then, 100 + a = 180^{o}

a = 180^{o} â€“ 100

a= 80^{o}

**32. Vertically opposite angles are always **

**(a) supplementary (b) complementary **

**(c) adjacent (d) equal**

**Solution:-**

(d) equal

**33. In Fig. 5.27, a = 40 ^{o}. The value of b is **

**(a) 20 ^{o} (b) 24^{o} (c) 36^{o} (d) 120^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 20^{o}

Given, a = 40^{o}

Then, 2a = 2 Ã— 40 = 80^{o}

From the figure, angles formed on the straight line are equal to 180^{o},

Then, 5b + 2a = 180^{o}

5b + 80^{o} = 180^{o}

5b= 180^{o} – 80^{o}

5b = 100^{o}

b = 100/5

b = 20^{o}

**34. If an angle is 60 ^{o} less than two times of its supplement, then the greater angle is **

**(a) 100 ^{o} (b) 80^{o} (c) 60^{o} (d) 120^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 100^{o}

Let us assume the angle be P.

Then, its supplement is 180^{o}Â â€“ P

As per the condition in the question,

P = 2(180^{o} – P) â€“ 60^{o}

P = 360^{o} â€“ 2P â€“ 60^{o}

P + 2P = 300^{o}

3P = 300^{o}

P = 300/3

P = 100^{o}

So, its supplement is 180^{o}Â â€“ P = 180^{o} â€“ 100^{o} = 80^{o}

Therefore, the greater angle is 100^{o}.

**35. In Fig. 5.28, PQ || RS. If âˆ 1=(2a+b) ^{o} and âˆ 6=(3aâ€“b)^{o}, then the measure of âˆ 2 in terms of b is **

**(a) (2+b) ^{o} (b) (3â€“b)^{o} (c) (108â€“b)^{o} (d) (180â€“b)^{o}**

**Solution: –**

(c) (108â€“b)^{o}

From the question it is given that, âˆ 1 = (2a + b)^{o} and âˆ 6 = (3a – b)^{o}

Since âˆ 5 and âˆ 6 form a linear pair of angles

Then,

âˆ 5 = (180-3a + b)^{o} â€¦ [equation 1]

âˆ 5 =Â âˆ 1 = (180-3a + b)^{o} [Because Corresponding angles] â€¦equation (2)

From equation (2) we get,

2a + b = 180-3a + b

5a = 180

a = 36^{0}

SinceÂ âˆ 1 andÂ âˆ 2 forms a linear pair so

âˆ 2 = 180^{0}–Â 2a-b

Substituting the value of a

âˆ 2 = 180^{0}–Â 72^{0} â€“ b

âˆ 2 = 108^{0}–Â b

**36. In Fig. 5.29, PQ||RS and a : b = 3 : 2. Then, f is equal to **

**(a) 36 ^{o} (b) 108^{o} (c) 72^{o} (d) 144^{o}**

**Solution: –**

(b) 108^{o}

From the figure, PQ||RS.

From the question it is given that, a: b = 3: 2

So, let us assume a = 3m and b = 2m

We know that, sum of angles on the straight line is equal to 180^{o}

Then, âˆ a + âˆ b = 180^{o}

3m + 2m = 180^{o}

5m = 180^{o}

m = 180^{o}/5

m = 36^{o}

So, a = 3m = 3 Ã— 36^{o} = 108^{o}

b = 2m = 2 Ã— 36^{o} = 72

Therefore, âˆ a = âˆ f = 108^{o} [because corresponding angles]

**37. In Fig. 5.30, line l intersects two parallel lines PQ and RS. Then, which one of the following is not true? **

**(a) âˆ 1 = âˆ 3 (b) âˆ 2 = âˆ 4**

**(c) âˆ 6 = âˆ 7 (d) âˆ 4 = âˆ 8**

**Solution:-**

(d) âˆ 4 = âˆ 8

Because, âˆ 4 â‰ âˆ 8

**38. In Fig. 5.30, which one of the following is not true? **

**(a) âˆ 1 + âˆ 5 = 180 ^{o} **

**(b) âˆ 2 + âˆ 5 = 180 ^{o} **

**(c) âˆ 3 + âˆ 8 = 180 ^{o}**

**(d) âˆ 2 + âˆ 3 = 180 ^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(d) âˆ 2 + âˆ 3 = 180^{o}

We know that, interior opposite angles are equal

âˆ 2 = âˆ 3

**39. In Fig. 5.30, which of the following is true? **

**(a) âˆ 1 = âˆ 5 (b) âˆ 4 = âˆ 8 (c) âˆ 5 = âˆ 8 (d) âˆ 3 = âˆ 7**

**Solution:-**

(c) âˆ 5 = âˆ 8

From the figure, PQ||RS

âˆ 5 =Â âˆ 8 [interior alternate angles are equal]

**40. In Fig. 5.31, PQ||ST. Then, the value of x + y is **

**(a) 125 ^{o} (b) 135^{o} (c) 145^{o} (d) 120^{o}**

**Solution: –**

(b) 135^{o}

From the figure, PO is a straight line

We know that, sum of angles on the straight is equal to 180^{o}.

Then,

y +Â âˆ Â PQR = 180^{0}

y + 130^{0}Â = 180^{0}

y = 50^{o}

Then,

âˆ Â QOS =Â âˆ Â TSO [Co-interior angle]

x = 85^{0}

x + y = 135

**41. In Fig. 5.32, if PQ||RS and QR||TS, then the value a is **

**(a) 95 ^{o} (b) 90^{o} (c) 85^{o} (d) 75^{o}**

**Solution:-**

(a) 95^{o}

We know that, corresponding angles are equal

So,

âˆ Â RQP =Â âˆ Â TSR = 85^{0}Â (Corresponding angles)

a +Â âˆ Â TSR = 180^{0}

âˆ a = 95

**In questions 42 to 56, fill in the blanks to make the statements true. **

**42. If sum of measures of two angles is 90 ^{o}, then the angles are _________.**

**Solution:-**

If sum of measures of two angles is 90^{o}, then the angles are complementary.

**43. If the sum of measures of two angles is 180 ^{o}, then they are _________. **

**Solution:-**

If the sum of measures of two angles is 180^{o}, then they are supplementary.

**44. A transversal intersects two or more than two lines at _________ points.**

**Solution:-**

A transversal intersects two or more than two lines at distinct points.

**If a transversal intersects two parallel lines, then (Q. 45 to 48). **

**45. The sum of interior angles on the same side of a transversal isÂ **

**Solution:-**

The sum of interior angles on the same side of a transversal is 180^{o}.

**46. Alternate interior angles have one common.**

**Solution:-**

Alternate interior angles have one common arm.

**47. Corresponding angles are on the side of the transversal.**

**Solution:-**

Corresponding angles are on the same side of the transversal.

**48. Alternate interior angles are on the side of the transversal.**

**Solution:-**

Alternate interior angles are on the opposite side of the transversal

**49. Two lines in a plane which do not meet at a point anywhere are called lines.**

**Solution:-**

Two lines in a plane which do not meet at a point anywhere are called parallel lines.

**50. Two angles forming a __________ pair are supplementary. **

**Solution:-**

Two angles forming a linear pair are supplementary.

**51. The supplement of an acute is always __________ angle.**

**Solution:-**

The supplement of an acute is always an obtuse angle.

**52. The supplement of a right angle is always _________ angle.**

**Solution:-**

The supplement of a right angle is always right angle.

**53. The supplement of an obtuse angle is always _________ angle. **

**Solution:-**

The supplement of an obtuse angle is always an acute angle.

**54. In a pair of complementary angles, each angle cannot be more than _________.**

**Solution:-**

In a pair of complementary angles, each angle cannot be more than 90^{o}.

**55. An angle is 45 ^{o}. Its complementary angle will be __________ . **

**Solution:-**

An angle is 45^{o}. Its complementary angle will be 45^{o}.

**56. An angle which is half of its supplement is of __________.**

**Solution:-**

An angle which is half of its supplement is 60^{o}.

Let us assume the angle is p, and the supplement is 2p

p + 2p = 180^{0}

3p = 180^{0}

p = 60^{0}

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