MCQs Questions for Class 8 Maths

MCQs Questions for Class 8 Maths

 MCQs Questions for Class 8 Maths

In this 21st century, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) play a vital to prepare for a competitive examination. CBSE board has also brought a major change in its board exam patterns. Now-a-days, a total of 10 MCQs questions are asked in the class 10 board examination.

In most of the competitive examinations, only MCQ questions are asked. So, for getting ready for the competitive examinations, we have to practice for MCQs questions to solve. It strengthens the critical thinking and problem solving skills.

In future, if you want to prepare for competitive examination and to crack it, then you should more focus on the MCQ questions. Thus, from the board examinations point of view and competitive examinations point of view, you should practice more on multiple choice questions.

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 1 Rational Numbers

1. p q and r s are two rational numbers such that p/q > r/s, then

    a. ps > qr                  b. ps < qr                    c. ps = qr                   d. pr > qs

2. The additive inverse of -5/3 is

    a. -5/3                      b. 3/5                          c. 5/3                         d. -3/5

3. If p and q are two rational numbers, then pq is always

    a. an integer       b. a rational number    c. a whole number     d. a natural number

4. Which of these rational numbers is less than 6/11?

    a. 7/12                b. 8/13                            c. 5/16                          d. ¾

5. If a is reciprocal of b, then a × b equals

     a. 0                     b. a                          c. 1                    d. b

6. The multiplicative inverse of -11/2 is

     a. -2/11              b. -11/2                  c. 11/2              d. 1

7. A rational number between 1/5 and 6/9 is

     a. 32/45             b. 7/45                   c. 16/45             d. 2/45

8. Which of these rational numbers is greater than 5/7?

     a. 7/9                 b. 3/11                    c. 7/12               d. 6/13

9. The number of rational numbers lying between 12 and 13 is

     a. 1                    b. 2                         c. 20                     d. infinite

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 2 Powers and Exponents

1. The standard form of the number 526.007 is

     a. 5.26007 × 106                b. 52.6007 × 103            c. 0.526007 × 106       d. 5.26007 × 102

2. (–2)7 ÷ {(–2)4 × (–2)2} equals

     a. –2                    b. (–2)5                      c. 2                     d. 25

3. The simplified form of (243)–1/5 is

     a. 1/3                  b. 1/7                        c –3                     d. -1/3

4. The value of (3x × 9x+1) ÷ (3x–1 × 9x–1) is

     a. 81                   b. 243                        c. 2                      d. 9

5. If m is odd, (–a)m equals

     a. am                 b. am                          c. 1/am                d. –am

6. The decimal form of 0.04 × 10–3 is

     a. 0.00004        b. 0.004                     c. 0.000004        d. 0.0004

7. If a is a non-zero number, then a0 equals

     a. a                    b. 1/a                          c. 0                     d. 1

8. Raj asked his son to write 33 × 82 but he wrote 2000. Find the difference between the two.

     a. 350                b. 382                        c. 272                d. 243

9. If 4x = 1/32, the value of x is

     a. 2/5                 b. -5/2                      c. -2/5                d. 5/2

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 3 Squares and Square Roots

1. Square of 25 is ______.

    a. 125                 b. 625                 c. 50               d. 300

2. If a number has 1 or 9 in the ones place, then its square ends with the digit

    a. 1                     b. 4                      c. 9                 d. 6

3. Which of these is a perfect square?

      a. 1229               b. 1291                   c. 361                  d. 1025

4. The number of zeros at the end of a perfect square is ______.

     a. odd                  b. prime                  c. even               d. none of these

5. Which of these is not a perfect square?

     a. 2025                b. 1685                   c. 1225               d. 1296

6. By which number should 31250 be divided so that the quotient is a perfect square?

     a. 2                      b. 3                          c. 5                     d. 6

7. Which of these is the square root of 1024?

     a. 42                    b. 28                        c. 18                  d. 32

8. Which of these does not form a Pythagorean triplet?

     a. 10, 24, 26      b. 5, 12, 13             c. 6, 10, 12        d. 8, 15, 17

9. The number of square numbers between 100 and 200 are

     a. 6                     b. 8                          c. 5                      d. 4

10. By which number should 1058 be multiplied so that the resulting number is a perfect square?

     a. 6                     b. 5                          c. 2                      d. 3

11. Which number should be subtracted from 89,000 to get a perfect square?

     a. 5214              b. 1384                   c. 1526                d. 7616

12. The number of zeros in the square root of 729000000 is

     a. 4                    b. 3                          c. 2                       d. 6

13. Square root of 13.69 is ______.

     a. 37                  b. 0.37                   c. 3.7                    d. 0.037

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 4 Cubes and Cube Roots

1. Cube of 5 is _______.

     a. 512           b. 625              c. 125                   d. 100

2. Cube root of 512 is _______.

     a. 9                b. 13               c. 256                   d. 8

3. A and B are two cubes with a length of side 1 cm and 3 cm, respectively. The number of cubes of size A that are needed to build an exact copy to cube B is:

     a. 3                b. 9                c. 27                     d. 54

4. The ones digit of the cube of 147 is

     a. 3                    b. 7                 c. 9                    d. 1

5. The smallest number by which 16464 should be divided so that the result is a perfect cube is

    a. 4                     b. 6                 c. 2                   d. 3

6. The number raised to the power ________ is the cube of a number.

    a. 4                      b. 2               c. 3                    d. 1

7. Cube of an even number is _______.

    a. odd                 b. even          c. prime             d. none of these

8. Which of these is a perfect cube?

    a. 1727               b. 7056          c. 9261               d. 8227

9. The maximum number of digits in the cube of a two-digit number is

    a. 3                     b. 4                 c. 5                      d. 6

10. Cube root of a negative number is _______.

    a. positive         b. negative     c. zero          d. none of these

11. The ones digit of the cube of 38 is _______.

    a. 8                    b. 4                  c. 2                d. 6

12. The cube root of 13824 is

    a. 54                 b. 34                c. 24              d. 44

13. The cube root of 1400 × 245 is

    a. 70                 b. 25                c. 80              d. 85

14. Which of these is not a perfect cube?

    a. 46656           b. 1728           c. 3984         d. 2197

15. The cube of 0.014 is

    a. 0.000002744           b. 0.000027444           c. 0.000002644           d. 0.000002724

16. The smallest number by which 675 should be multiplied to become a perfect cube is

     a. 2                       b. 5                c. 3                   d. 4

17. The smallest number by which 704 is to be divided to become a perfect cube is

     a. 4                       b. 13               c. 2                  d. 11

18. A and B are two cubes with a length of side 1 cm and 2 cm, respectively. The ratio of their volumes is:

     a. 1 : 2                  b. 1 : 4                 c. 4 : 1              d. 1 : 8

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 5 Playing with Numbers

1. A number is divisible by 3 if

    a. it is odd          b. it is even      c. it is prime     d. the sum of digits is divisible by 3.

2. The greatest 4-digit number which is divisible by 8 is

    a. 9998               b. 9996             c. 9994              d. 9992

3. The sum of all three-digit numbers formed using given three digits is always divisible by

    a. 21                    b. 37                  c. 31                  d. 19

4. The difference between any two-digit number and the number formed by reversing its digits is always divisible by

    a. 9                      b. 5                    c. 7                    d. 6

5. The smallest prime number is

    a. 1                      b. 2                    c. 3                   d. 0

6. Numbers having more than two factors are called

     a. odd numbers       b. even numbers       c. prime numbers     d. composite numbers

7. The sum of any two-digit number and the number formed by reversing its digits is always divisible by

     a. 3                     b. 7                      c. 11                  d. 9

8. The difference between any three-digit number and the number formed by reversing its digits is always divisible by

     a. 25                   b. 99                   c. 15                   d. 13

9. The sum of the digits of a number is subtracted from the number, the resulting number is always divisible by

     a. 2                     b. 5                    c. 8                     d. 9

10. Which of these numbers is divisible by 11?

     a. 24681            b. 36895             c. 14245           d. 90721

11. Which of these numbers is divisible by 6?

     a. 23832            b. 24836             c. 76348            d. 19624

12. Which of these is not divisible by 8?

     a. 562678          b. 769584           c. 12840            d. 124000

13. If the division of 38x2 by 3 leaves a remainder 2, then the value of x will be

     a. 2 or 4              b. 4 or 1              c. 2 or 7            d. 1 or 3

14. Which of these sets of numbers are possible values of x if 349x21 is divisible by 3?

     a. 2, 4, 6             b. 3, 5, 8              c. 1, 2, 4            d. 2, 5, 8

15. The smallest value of x such that 52x39 is divisible by 11 is

     a. 3                      b. 2                       c. 4                    d. 1

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 6 Algebraic Expressions and Identities

1. The degree of a polynomial (x2 + 2) (x2 – 3) is

    a. 1               b. 3                  c. 4                d. 2

2. 492 – 482 equals

    a. (49 – 48)2         b. (49 + 48)2              c. 49 + 48                 d. 49 – 48

3. If x = 10, y = 4, then the value of (0.5x + y) (0.5x y) equals

    a. 0               b. 5                c. 6                    d. 9

4. If the area of a square is 4x2 – 12x + 9, the length of its side is

    a. 4x – 3       b. 4x + 3        c. 2x – 3            d. 2x + 3

5. The number of like terms in the expression –3a2xy + 2xay2xya2 + 4ax2y + 7xa2y is

    a. 1               b. 2                c. 3                     d. 4

6. The value of the expression –y2 + 2xy + 3x2y, when x = 1, y = –1 is

    a. –6             b. 6                c. 8                    d. –7

7. Which of the following is a cubic polynomial?

     a. 2y3 – 1      b. 3y3 + 6 + y4        c. y2 – 1           d. 3y

8. The degree of a quadratic polynomial is

     a. 3               b. 1             c. 2             d. 0

9. The value of 352 – 152 is

     a. 1500        b. 1250      c. 100        d. 1000

10. The product of 2x + 5 and 2x – 7 is

     a. 4x2 + 4x – 35             b. 4x2 – 4x – 35          c. 4x2 – 4x + 35             d. 4x2 – 8x + 35

11. (x + y)2z2 equals

     a. x2 + y2 + z2 – 2xy       b. x2 + y2 + z2 + 2xy       c. (x + y + z) (x + y – z)        d. (x + y z)2

12. If a = 5p, b = 3q, the value of (a + b)2 is

     a. 25p2 – 30pq + 9q2    b. 25p2 + 15pq + 9q2     c. 25p2 + 30pq + 9q2      d. None of these

13. The middle term in the expansion of (3x – 16y)2 is

     a. –96 xy                        b. 96 xy                           c. –48 xy                          d. 49 xy

14. The value of (3a + 7b)2 – (3a – 7b)2 is

     a. 0                    b. 84ab                   c. 21ab              d. –84ab

15. (4x + 3y)(4x – 3y) can be simplified using

     a. (a + b)2 = a2 + 2ab + b2                              b. (a b)2 = a2 – 2ab + b2

     c. (a + b)(a b) = a2b2                               d. (x + a)(x + b) = x2 + (a+b)x + ab

16. If a = 6, b = 3 and c = 7, the value of 2a2 + 3b2 – 7c2 is

     a. 220                b. –246                    c. 230                  d. –244

17. Using suitable identity, tick the value of 101 × 99

     a. 999                    b. 9099                   c. 9909                   d. 9999

18. The coefficient of x2 in (x2 + 1) (2x – 1) (x + 1) is

     a. 2                        b. 3                          c. 1                           d. 2

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 7 Factorisation

1. The factors of 5p5 – 2p2 + 4p are

     a. p, (5p4 – 2p + 4)                       b. p, (5p4 + 2p – 4)

     c. 5p, (p4 – 2p2 + 4)                     d. 5p, (p4 + 2p2 – 4)

2. In the factorisation of x2 – 5x – 6, we look for 2 numbers p and q, such that

     a. p + q = 5; p q = –6                b. p + q = 5; pq = 6

     c. p + q = 6; pq = 5                      d. p + q = –5; pq = –6

3. The process of finding the factors of a given expression is called

     a. simplification            b. dividing           c. multiplying         d. factorisation

4. The factors of x2 – 7x + 12 are

     a. (x – 4)(x – 3)             b. (x + 3)(x + 4)        c. (x + 4)(x – 3)          d. (x – 4)(x + 3)

5. To factorise a polynomial, divide the polynomial by the of the terms.

     a. HCF                b. LCM                 c. half              d. cube

6. The factorisation of 64p2 – 81q2 involves

     a. (a + b)2 = a2 + 2ab + b2                    b. (a b)2 = a2 – 2ab + b2

     c. (a + b)(a b) = a2b2                     d. None of these

7. The factors of 6pq – 4q – 9p + 6 are

     a. (3p – 2q)(2p – 3q)      b. (3q – 2)(2p – 3)     c. (3p – 2)(2q – 3)      d. (2p + 3p)(3 – 2q)

8. In a trinomial, the first and third terms are perfect squares and the middle term is + 14xy. The trinomial is

      a. (x + 7y)2               b. (7x y)2                c. (x – 7y)2               d. (y – 7x)2

9. The factors of 4x2 – 9 are

      a. (2x – 3), (2x – 3)     b. (2x – 3), (2x + 3)        c. (2x + 3), (2x + 3)         d. 2, 2x2 – 9

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 8 Linear Equations

1. The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 11. If the new number formed by reversing the digits of the two-digit number is smaller than the original number by 63, then the number is

     a. 92               b. 62            c. 42              d. 82

2. If the sum of the ages of three children now is 29 years, then the sum of their ages after 6 years will be

     a. 47               b. 38            c. 39               d. 48

3. Twenty years from now, Subham’s age will be three times his present age. His present age is

     a. 8                 b. 12             c. 5                 d. 10

4. The sum of two numbers is 86. If one exceeds the other by 14, the two numbers are

     a. 48, 38         b. 41, 45       c. 36, 50        d. 75, 89

5. If the sum of three consecutive multiples of 6 is 72, the biggest of these three multiples is

    a. 54                 b. 30              c. 36              d. 24

6. A fraction becomes 5 if 5 is added to its numerator and it becomes 9 if 9 is subtracted from its denominator, then the fraction is

     a. 80/19          b. 20/19        c. 40/19          d. 90/19

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 9 Applications of Percentages

1. The population of a town is increasing at the rate of 5% every year. If its present population is 16000, population after 2 years will be

    a. 17600               b. 16800              c. 17640             d. 18000

2. Anushka reduced her weight by 16%. If her weight is 63 kg now, what was her weight earlier?

     a. 75 kg               b. 70 kg                 c. 73 kg              d. 79 kg

3. Raju purchased a pair of trousers for Rs 1260 and due to some defect he had to sell it for Rs 1071. His loss per cent is

     a. 4%                   b. 5%                     c. 10%                d. 15%

4. An article costing Rs 240 is sold for Rs 300. The profit percentage is

     a. 60%                 b. 50%                   c. 25%                d. 20%

5. An item marked at Rs 840 is sold for Rs 714. The discount % is

     a. 15%                b. 12%                 c. 10%                  d. 8%

6. The fraction 4/5 expressed as per cent is

     a. 80%                b. 16%                 c. 40%                  d. 12%

7. 20% of Rs 37.50 equals

     a. Rs 0.75          b. Rs 15.50          c. Rs 5.75             d. Rs 7.50

8. The charge for a mobile phone call costing 80 paise is increased by 15%. The new charges per call will be

     a. 9 p                 b. 92 p                 c. 96 p                   d. Rs 1

9. 80% of which number equals 3000?

     a. 4000             b. 3750                c. 4800                  d. 4750

10. 12% of 15% of Rs 10,000 equals

     a. Rs 180          b. Rs 1800           c. Rs 3750             d. Rs 150

11. If the CP of 5 bananas is equal to the SP of 4 bananas, then the gain or loss % is

     a. 20% loss       b. 20% gain         c. 25% loss           d. 25% gain

12. The selling price of a table whose cost price is Rs 2400 and is sold at a profit of 20% is

      a. Rs 3100         b. Rs 2880          c. Rs 3600             d. Rs 2650

13. The cost price of sports goods sold for Rs 3240 at a loss of 10% is

      a. Rs 3450          b. Rs 3880          c. Rs 3600             d. Rs 3500

14. The price of an item is Rs 1050. If 12% GST is charged, then bill amount is

      a. Rs 1176          b. Rs 1311          c. Rs 1056             d. Rs 1131

15. The sale price of a pair of shoes marked at Rs 750 and sold at a discount of 15% is

      a. Rs 637.50       b. Rs 682.45        c. Rs 690             d. Rs 715

16. The SP of an article marked at Rs 7500 and available at successive discounts of 10% and 5% is

      a. Rs 6412.50      b. Rs 6500.50      c. Rs 6234         d. Rs 6350

17. After allowing a discount of 15% on the marked price of an article, it is sold for Rs 850. Its marked price is

      a. Rs 1012           b. Rs 1000             c. Rs 985          d. Rs 950

18. The profit per cent on an article bought for Rs 2890 and sold for Rs 3500 is

      a. 24.3%              b. 21.5%                c. 20.5%           d. 21.1%

19. The bill amount of a shirt costing Rs 575, with sales tax of 5%, is

     a. Rs 610              b. Rs 593.75          c. Rs 603.75     d. Rs 585.25

20. 0.73 equals

     a. 7.3%                 b. 0.73%                 c. 73%             d. 0.0073%

21. An alloy of copper and gold contains 15 parts of copper and 110 parts of gold. The percentage of gold in the alloy is

     a. 60%                  b. 75%                c. 88%                 d. 93%

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 10 Compound Interest

1. Compound interest on ` 200 at 15% p.a. compounded annually for 3 years is _______.

     a. Rs 104.175            b. Rs 90              c. Rs 100                   d. Rs 110.75

2. If SI on Rs 2000 for 1 year at a given rate is Rs 300, then CI for the same time and at same rate of interest will be _________.

     a. Rs 290                   b. Rs 300             c. Rs 200                   d. Rs 400

3. The SI on Rs 250 at 10% p.a for 3 years is

     a. Rs 25                     b. Rs75                c. Rs40                       d. Rs 45

4. The time period for a sum of money to double itself at 12% SI per annum is

     a. 5 years 4 months        b. 4 years           c. 61/2 years         d. 8 years 4 months

5. The simple interest on Rs 500 at 7.5% p.a. for 3 years is _________.

     a. Rs 125                  b. Rs 150               c. Rs 112.5                 d. Rs 300

6. If principal = Rs 1500, rate = 1.5% per month, time = 2.5 years, then SI will be ______.

     a. Rs 56.25                b. Rs 600              c. Rs 500                    d. Rs 675

7. The principal that will fetch Rs 1280 as interest at 12% p.a. for 8 months is

     a. Rs 16,000              b. Rs 18,000         c. Rs 12,000              d. Rs 15,000

8. If Rs 5200 yields Rs 624 as SI in 2 years, then the rate percentage is

     a. 61/2%                    b. 5%                    c. 51/2%                     d. 6%

9. The CI on Rs 50,000 invested for one year, when interest is compounded half-yearly at 10% p.a. is

      a. Rs 5,000                b. Rs 5125           c. Rs 6000                  d. Rs 5500

10. The sum of money, which earns CI of `612 in 2 years at 4% p.a. compounded annually is

      a. Rs 7750                 b. Rs 8500            c. Rs 7500                 d. Rs 8000

11. If a sum of money triples itself at 16% SI per annum, then the time period is

      a. 12 years                b. 121/2 years      c. 101/2 years          d. 9 years

12. The present population in a town is 5,00,000. The population after 2 years, when rate of growth is 10%, will be

      a. 5,95,000                b. 6,25,000            c. 6,05,000                d. 6,50,000

13. The value of a machinery in 2008 is Rs 64,800. Its value in 2006 if rate of depreciation is 10% p.a. was

      a. Rs 75,000                b. Rs 70,000              c. Rs 85,000              d. Rs 80,000

14. The amount paid for Rs 750 at 12% p.a. compounded yearly for 2 years is ________.

       a. Rs 840                     b. Rs 930                   c. Rs 950.75              d. Rs 940.80

15. The amount on Rs 10,000 for 2 years at 5% p.a. compounded annually is

       a Rs 11025                  b. Rs 11,000             c. Rs 12,500               d. Rs 12,000

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 11 Direct and Inverse Proportions

1. A and B can finish a piece of work in 30 days. They worked together for 20 days and then B left. The remaining work was done by A alone in 16 more days. A alone can finish the work in

     a. 48 days                b. 50 days             c. 54 days               d. 60 days

2. In a factory, if 600 articles are manufactured in 5 hours, then the number of articles produced in 3 hours will be

     a. 360                       b. 350                   c. 250                       d. 300

3. Taps A and B can fill a tank in 4 hours and 6 hours, respectively, and tap C (at the bottom) can empty it in 12 hours. The tank is half filled. All the three taps are turned on simultaneously. After how much time will the tank be filled?

     a. 6 hours               b. 3 hours               c. 1½ hours             d. 1 hour

4. A car travels 20 km in 30 minutes. The distance covered in 4 hours, if it goes at the same speed, is

     a. 100 km               b. 160 km               c. 150 km                 d. 180 km

5. Asha can complete 1/10 of a work in 3 days. How long will she take to do 2/5 of the work?

     a. 5 days                 b. 6 days                c. 10 days                 d. 12 days

6. 200 students in a primary school need 50 L of drinking water daily. If 40 of them are absent one day, the quantity of water needed that day is

     a. 30 L                    b. 32.5 L                  c. 35 L                       d. 40 L

7. A road map has a scale showing 1 cm represents 25 km. A distance of 5 cm in the map represents

     a. 125 km              b. 100 km               c. 150 km                 d. 175 km

8. If 5 L of milk costs Rs 115, the cost of 9 L of milk equals

    a. Rs 117                b. Rs 207                c. Rs 213                  d. Rs 210

9. 40 conservancy workers were employed for 10 days to clean buildings affected by floods. The number of additional workers required to complete the work in 4 days is

     a. 60                        b. 50                          c. 40                        d. 35

10. 4 men or 6 women can do a work in 42 days. The number of days 12 men and 3 women would take to finish the work is

     a. 20 days               b. 15 days                 c. 12 days               d. 10 days

11. If 5 pipes can fill a tank in 2 hours 40 minutes, how much longer will it take if there are only 4 pipes of the same type?

     a. 200 minutes      b. 450 minutes         c. 250 minutes      d. 400 minutes

12. The provisions in a school mess last for 30 days for 150 hostlers. If 25 students leave the hostel, the number of extra days the provisions will last is

     a. 8                          b. 3                             c. 6                           d. 5

13. A can do a piece of work in 12 days while B can do it in 8 days. With the help of C, they together could complete the work in 4 days. C alone can do the work in

      a. 8 days                b. 16 days                 c. 24 days                d. 28 days

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 12 Understanding Quadrilaterals

1. If the measure of four angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 4 : 5, then the smallest angle is

     a. 120°                 b. 60°              c. 45°              d. 30°

2. In quadrilateral CUTE, CUT = UTE= TEC and ECU = 150°, then CUT = ?

     a. 75°                   b. 70°              c. 85°              d. 80°

3. A figure in which the longer diagonal bisects the shorter one is

     a. a parallelogram         b. a rhombus             c. a square            d. a kite

4. If the angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 1 : 4 : 3 : 1, then the measure of the largest angle is

     a. 100°                 b. 40°               c. 120°               d. 160°

5. A regular polygon is _________.

     a. equilateral      b. equiangular       c. both a and b            d. none

6. Adjacent angles of a parallelogram are ____________.

     a. equal             b. complementary       c. supplementary       d. none

7. For which of the following, diagonals bisect each other at right angle?

     a. rectangle       b. parallelogram         c. rhombus                   d. kite

8. A quadrilateral whose opposite sides and all the angles are equal is a

     a. rhombus              b. parallelogram            c. rectangle             d. kite

9. In a parallelogram, if each angle is equal, then it is called a ____________.

     a. trapezium            b. rectangle                    c. rhombus              d. kite

10. The bisectors of two adjacent angles of a parallelogram intersect at _________.

     a. 60°                        b. 90°                               c. 45°                        d. 30°

11. The diagonals of an isosceles trapezium are ___________.

     a. unequal               b. equal                          c. perpendicular      d. parallel

12. The angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3 : 4. The smallest angle is _____.

     a. 144°                     b. 72°                              c. 36°                         d. 18°

13. In a parallelogram ABCD, if A = 50°, then other three angles are

     a. 130°, 50°, 130°        b. 125°, 60°, 125°     c. 45°, 130°, 135°       d. 70°, 70°, 170°

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 13 Representing Solids on Paper

1. The correct Euler’s formula is

     a. E + F + G = 2               b. F + E – V = 2        c. F + V – E = 2         d. V + E – F = 2

2. The number of faces in a square prism is

     a. 4                                  b. 8                           c. 6                             d. none

3. An iron almirah looks like a

     a. cube                           b. cuboid                  c. cylinder                d. none

4. Which of the following is a 3-D figure?

     a. a line                         b. quadrilateral        c. rhombus              d. cone

5. Which of the following solids have maximum number of edges?

     a. Cube             b. Square pyramid           c. Pentagonal prism        d. Tetrahedron

6. Top view of a cuboid is a

     a. triangle         b. square                        c. rectangle                   d. none

7. The odd one in the following is

     a. cylinder         b. sphere                       c. cone                           d. circle

8. A plane surface enclosed by an edge or number of edges is called a/an

     a. edge              b. face                            c. vertex                         d. point

9. Which of the following is a 2-D figure?

     a. cylinder         b. circle                         c. sphere                        d. cone

10. The intersection where three or more edges meet is called a/an

     a. edge              b. face                           c. vertex                          d. net

11. The number of edges in a pyramid with a square base is

     a. 4                    b. 6                                c. 8                                   d. 10

12. The number of vertices in a cone is

     a. 1                        b. 2                        c. 4                     d. 6

13. The number of vertices in a cone is

     a. 1                        b. 2                       c. 3                      d. 4

14. Which of the following has maximum number of vertices?

     a. cylinder            b. cuboid             c. cone               d. sphere

15. A place where two adjacent surfaces meet is called a/an

     a. edge                  b. face                 c. vertex           d. point

16. An arrangement of plane figures connected at their edges lying in the same plane which can be folded to make a 3-dimensional solid is called a/an

      a. edge                 b. face                 c. vertex            d. net

17. The number of ways a cylinder can be made from a rectangular sheet of paper is

      a. 1                       b. 2                       c. 4                      d. 6

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 14 Constructions of Quadrilaterals

1. A quadrilateral cannot be constructed uniquely, if its ___________ angles and __________ side(s) are given.

     a. four, one            b. three, one           c. four, two             d. none of these

2. In a ___________, both pairs of opposite sides are equal and all angles are of 90°.

     a. square                b. rectangle              c. rhombus             d. parallelogram

3. To construct a quadrilateral uniquely, it is necessary to know at least _____________ of its elements.

     a. four                     b. five                        c. six                         d. three

4. To construct a quadrilateral uniquely, we must know at least ________ sides and two diagonals.

     a. one                      b. two                       c. three                     d. four

5. In a ___________, all sides are equal and all angles are of 90°.

      a. parallelogram             b. rhombus             c. square            d. rectangle

6. The diagonals of a square are

     a. equal and intersect each other at 60°.         b. unequal and bisect each other.

     c. equal and intersect each other at 90°.        d. unequal and bisect each other at 90°.

7. The opposite sides of a rhombus are

     a. non-parallel and equal                           b. parallel but not equal

     c. neither parallel nor equal                      d. parallel and equal

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 15 Area of Polygons

1. The area of a parallelogram whose base is 10 cm and the corresponding altitude is 6.2 cm is

     a. 26 cm2               b. 26 cm            c. 62 cm2                 d. 62 m2

2. The side of an equilateral triangle is 6 cm. Its area is

     a. 8√3 cm2             b. 6√3 cm2        c. 24√3 cm2            d. 9√3 cm2

3. The height of an equilateral triangle is 9 cm. The measure of its side is

     a. 4 cm                   b. 3√3 cm          c. 6√3 cm               d. 5√3 cm

4. The radius of a circle is increased by 25%, then its circumference will increase by

     a. 25%                    b. 50%               c. 75%                    d. 100%

5. The area of a rhombus is 200 m2. If the length of one of its diagonals is 20 m, then the length of the other diagonal is

     a. 50 m                   b. 40 m              c. 30 m                   d. 20 m

6. The side of a square whose area is 3136 m2 is

     a. 46 m                   b. 36 m              c. 56 m                   d. 66 m

7. The area of a rhombus whose diagonals are 8 cm and 10 cm is

     a. 40 cm2                b. 24 cm2           c. 20 cm2               d. 72 cm2

8. What is the area of a trapezium whose parallel sides are 25 cm and 15 cm and height is 12 cm?

     a. 340 cm2              b. 224 cm2         c. 240 cm2             d. 172 cm2

9. The area of a trapezium is 560 sq. cm and the lengths of the parallel sides are 15 cm and 13 cm. The height of the trapezium is

     a. 30 cm                 b. 40 cm              c. 50 cm                 d. 45 cm

10. Which of the following statements about the trapezium is correct?

      a. Opposite sides are parallel.                    b. Opposite sides are equal.

      c. One pair of opposite sides is equal.      d. One pair of opposite sides is parallel.

11. The area of an equilateral triangle of side 12 cm is ______.

      a. 62 cm2                b. 62 cm3                  c. 62.35 cm2               d. 60 cm3

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 16 Surface Area and Volume

1. If the side of a cube is tripled, its surface area increases _____ times.

     a. two                   b. three              c. six                  d. nine

2. The height of a right circular cylinder with lateral surface area 660 cm2 is 21 cm. The diameter of the base of the cylinder is

     a. 15 cm               b. 12 cm            c. 10 cm              d. 18 cm

3. The volume of a right circular cylinder (in cm3) whose diameter and height are 10 cm and 4 cm, respectively, is

     a. 20π                  b. 40π                c. 80π                  d. 100π

4. The volume of a cuboid of dimensions 3l × 4m × 3n is

     a. 15 lmn             b. 36 lmn           c. 12 lmn            d. 25 lmn

5. The lateral surface area of a cuboid of dimensions 15 cm × 7 cm × 4 cm is

     a. 19 cm2             b. 176 cm2         c. 366 cm2          d. 386 cm2

6. The volume of a cube is 729 cm3. The side of the cube is

     a. 27 cm               b. 9 cm              c. 3 cm                d. 3 m

7. The number of rectangular faces in a cuboid is _____.

     a. 4                        b. 6                    c. 5                       d. 8

8. The volume of cube is 4096 cm3. Its surface area is

     a. 1356 cm2         b. 2116 cm2      c. 1536 cm2        d. 3174 cm2

9. The surface area of an open box whose length, breadth and height are l, b and h respectively is

     a. 2(lb + bh) + hl      b. 2(bh + hl ) + lb      c. 2(lb + bh + hl)     d. 2(lb + hl) + bh

10. If the side of a cube is decreased by 50%, then its volume is decreased by

     a. 25%                 b. 75%                 c. 87.5%              d. 12.5%

11. Which of the following is an example of hollow cylinder?

     a. Garden roller    b. Wood log      c. Circular pillar     d. Water pipe

12. What is the volume of a cylinder whose diameter is 40 cm and height is 14 cm?

     a. 17800 cm3         b. 17600 cm3     c. 18400 cm3         d. 18600 cm3

13. The lateral surface area of a cube having an edge l is

     a. 3l2                       b. 4l2                    c. 5l2                       d. 6l2

14. What is the surface area of cylinder whose base radius is 7 cm and height is 14 cm?

     a. 1024 cm2           b. 824 cm2          c. 924 cm2             d. 616 cm2

15. If the edge of a cube is tripled, then its volume becomes

     a. twenty-seven times of the original volume     b. nine times of the original volume

        c. one-ninth times of the original volume          d. three times of the original volume

16. A well of diameter 6 m is dug to the depth of 14 m. The volume of the earth dug out is

        a. 396 m3             b. 924 m3             c. 1584 m3           d. 13696 m3

17. If the total surface area of a cube is numerically equal to its volume, then each side of the cube is

       a. 6 units               b. 2 units            c. 1 unit              d. √6 units

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 17 Data Handling and Graphs

1. The collection of numerical facts about objects is ______.

     a. frequency              b. data             c. range               d. class

2. The number of times an observation occurs in a data is called its

     a. range                      b. frequency        c. class size       d. none of these

3. The difference between the upper class limit and the lower class limit is known as

     a. width of the class interval                          b. class size

     c. mid-value of the class interval                  d. class limit

4. The class size of the intervals: 18–21, 22–25, 26–29 is

     a. 3                    b. 4                  c. 5                  d. none of these

5. The inclusive class intervals are also called

     a. discontinuous class intervals                     b. continuous class intervals

     c. unequal class intervals                               d. higher class intervals

6. When coordinate axes divide the plane of a graph paper, the values for x and y for II quadrant are

     a. x > 0, y < 0                b. x > 0, y > 0            c. x < 0, y > 0            d. x < 0, y < 0

7. The x-coordinate of a point is positive if

     a. it is measured to the left of the origin.     b. it is measured to the right of the origin.

     c. it is measured to the downwards of the origin.       d. none of these

8. The expenditure of a family A in the month of March 2017 on food was Rs 2500 out of total salary Rs 7500. A pie diagram depicting the information would show this by a sector whose central angle is

      a. 100°                     b. 120°                c. 150°                   d. 180°

9. Which of the following is used to compare more than one kind of information?

     a. pictograph             b. histogram           c. double bar graph        d. pie chart

10. In a histogram, the bars are drawn

      a. with a constant height.                      b. without leaving any gaps in between.

      c. with leaving a constant gap in between.      d. none of these.

11. The graphical representation of data in the form of equally spaced vertical bars is called

      a. bar chart               b. pie chart                 c. histogram            d. pictograph

 

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for Maths Class 8 Chapter 18 Probability

1. The probability of impossible event is

     a. 0                     b. –1                c. 1                  d. ½

2. The collection of all possible outcomes of a random experiment is called

     a. trials              b. events         c. sample space       d. probability

3. The probability P of occurrence of an event is given by

     a. 0 < P < 1        b. 0 ≤ P ≤ 1       c. –1 ≤ P ≤ 1          d. 110%

4. If two coins are tossed 3 times, the number of possible outcomes is

     a. 12                  b. 6                    c. 10                  d. 4

5. The value of a probability lies between

     a. 1 and 2          b. 0 and 1        c. 2 and 3           d. 0 and 2

6. If an event will surely occur or is certain to happen, then its probability is

     a. ½                    b. 0                   c. 1                      d. 1/3

7. Two fair dice are rolled simultaneously. The probability of getting the sum as 3 is

     a. 1/6                 b. 2/3              c. 1/9                  d. 1/18

8. In a pack of 52 cards, the number of face cards is

     a. 3                     b. 6                 c. 9                       d. 12

9. The probability of sure event is

     a. 0                      b. –1              c. 1                       d. 1/2

10. If ‘S’ denotes the happening of an event, then P(S’) is

     a. 1 – P(S)           b. P(S) – 1     c. 1 + P(S)           d. P(S)

11. The probability of getting two tails on tossing two coins is

     a. 1/6                  b. ½                c. ¼                     d. 3/4

12. The probability of getting the number 7 on rolling a die is

     a. ¾                     b. 2/3             c. 0                     d. 1

13. The probability of getting a black card from a well-shuffled pack of cards is

     a. ½                    b. 1/3               c. ¼                    d. 3/5

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