A trapezium has vertices marked as P, Q, R and S (in that order anticlockwise). The side PQ is parallel to side SR.

Further, it is given that, PQ = 11 cm, QR = 4 cm, RS = 6 cm and SP = 3 cm. What is the shortest distance between PQ and SR (in cm) ?

The figure shows a grid formed by a collection of unit squares. The unshaded unit square in the grid represents a hole.

What is the maximum number of squares without a "hole in the interior" that can be formed within the 4 $$\times$$ 4 grid using the unit squares as building blocks?

Consider the following inequalities.

(i) 2x $$-$$ 1 > 7

(ii) 2x $$-$$ 9 < 1

Which one of the following expressions below satisfies the above two inequalities?

Four points P(0, 1), Q(0, $$-$$3), R($$-$$2, $$-$$1), and S(2, $$-$$1) represent the vertices of a quadrilateral. What is the area enclosed by the quadrilateral?