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Math 10 Chapter 1 - Part C
1.
The solution set of |2x| =6 is {3}.
a) True
b) False
2.
There exist no real number between 3 and 4.
a) True
b) False
3.
The standard form of quadratic equation is ax
^{2}
+ bx = - c
a) True
b) False
4.
The solution set of 3x (x-1) = 0 is {0,1}
a) False
b) True
5.
In standard form of quadratic equation co-efficient of x is 'a'
a) True
b) False
6.
The ordered pair satisfying 2x-y = 10 is
a) {5,0}
b) {0,5}
c) {5,5}
d) {0,10}
7.
An in equation is a sentence which
a) Open
b) False
c) None
d) True
8.
The solution set of a first degree equation in two variables has
a) One dement
b) Finite Elements
c) Two elements
d) Infinite Number of elements
9.
The point where the graph of two lines intersects is called
a) y-intercept
b) Origin
c) x-intercept
d) Solution Set
10.
If two lines donot intersect, then the solution set of the given linear equations will be
a) {1,0}
b) Empty Set
c) {0,1}
d) {0,0}
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