# Introduction to Graphs – Class 8 / MCQ

**CBSE CLASS 8 MATHEMATICS**

**Introduction to Graphs – Chapter 15/ MCQ**

**Multiple Choice Questions**

**Choose the correct answer from the options given below:**

**1. A ——– is used to compare parts of a whole.**

A. Bar graph

B. Pie graph

C. Histogram

**2. A ———– displays data that changes continuously over periods of time.**

A. Line graph

B. Pie graph

C. Bar graph

**3. The point lies on x axis is —————-**

A. (-4, -3)

B. (-2, 5)

C. (7, 0)

**4. The point that lies on y axis is —————-**

A. (0, 5)

B. (4, 0)

C. (-1, -3)

**5. The point that lies in the fourth quadrant is —————**

A. (3, 4)

B. (3, -4)

C. (-3, 4)

**6. The point that lies in the third quadrant is ————–**

A. (5, 5)

B. (-5, -5)

C. (5, -5)

**7. The point which represents the x axis is —————**

A. x = 0

B. y= 0

C. x = y

**8. A —————— is a bar graph that shows data in intervals.**

A. Double bar graph

B. Histogram

C. Linear graph

**9. A line graph which is a whole unbroken line is called a —————**

A. Linear graph

B. Circle graph

C. Frequency curve

**10. For fixing a point on the graph sheet we need ———- and —————-**

A. x co-ordinate and y co ordinate

B. positive number and negative number

C. None of the above.

**11. The relation between dependent variable and independent variable is shown through a —————–**

A. Line

B. Curve

C. Graph

**12. The point which represents the y axis is —————-**

A. y = 0

B. x =0

C. y = 1

**13. The co-ordinates of the origin are —————**

A. (0, 0)

B. (1, 1)

C. (1, 0)

**14. A point whose x co-ordinate is zero and y co-ordinate is non-zero will lie on the —————-**

A. x axis

B. y axis

C. origin

**15. A point whose y co-ordinate is zero and x co-ordinate is 5 will lie on ———-**

A. x axis

B. y axis

C. origin

*ANSWERS:*

**1. Pie graph**

**2. Line graph**

**3. (7, 0)**

**4. (0, 5)**

**5. (3, -4)**

**6. (-5, -5)**

**7. y = 0**

**8. Histogram**

**9. Linear graph**

**10. x co ordinate and y co ordinate**

**11. Graph**

**12. x = 0**

**13. (0, 0)**

**14. y axis**

**15. x axis.**