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Chapter 9 of F.Sc/I.Cs Part 1 Math is based on Number System.

Math Chapter 9 MCQs Class 11

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#1. If secθ < 0 and sinθ < 0 then the terminal arms lies in:

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#2. In 3rd quadrant all trigonometric ratios are negative except:

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#3. The vertex of an angle in standard form is at:

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#4. The word trigonometry means:

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#5. If cosθ=12/13 and the terminal side of the angle is not in the 1st quadrant then cosecθ =

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#6. One minute is denoted by:

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#7. If cotθ > 0 and sinθ then terminal arm of θ Iies in:

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#8. If θ = 80° then sign cotθ is:

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#9. Which angle is quadrantal angle?

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#10. If sinθ 0 then the terminal arms of angle lies in:

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#11. (22 1/2°) =

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#12. Which one is true:

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#13. 270o and 90o both are:

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#14. The 60th part of one degree is called one:

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#15. When the terminal line lies on the x-axis or the y-axis the angel 0 is called a:

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#16. Two rays with common starting point forms:

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#17. The trigonometric ratios depends upon the:

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#18. If θ = 245° then sign of sinθ is:

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#19. In 4rd quadrant all trigonometric ratios are negative except:

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#20. 1 + tan^2θ is equal to:

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#21. The word trigonometry is derived from three:

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#22. Angle with same initial and terminal points is called:

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#23. One radian is equal to:

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