# CAT Geometry Data Sufficiency questions

For the following questions,

Mark A) If the question can be answered with statement I alone but not statement II alone, or can be answered with statement II alone but not statement I alone

Mark B) If the question cannot be answered with statement I alone or with statement II alone, but can be answered if both statements are used together

Mark C) If the question can be answered with either statement alone

Mark D) If the question cannot be answered with the information provided

Qn 1: Is triangle ABC obtuse angled

I) a^2 + b^2 > c^2

II) The circumcenter of the triangle does not lie inside the triangle

Qn 2: Do the two circles with centers A and B and radii R and r intersect each other

I) AB > R – r

II) AB > R + r

Qn 3: Trapezium ABCD is such that AB is parallel to CD. Is this trapezium an isosceles trapezium?

I) Angle B and D are supplementary

II) The quadrilateral is inscribed inside a circle

Qn 4: Circle C has center O, and a chord AB such that angle AOB = 80 degrees. Does point E lie inside the circle

I) Angle AEB > 50 degrees

II) Angle AEB < 30 degrees

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