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Math 10 Chapter 1  Part E
1.
x
^{2}
+ 7x + 12 = 0
a) {0, 2}
b) {2, 1}
c) {1}
d) {4, 3}
2.
Solution set of ax
^{2}
+ bx + c = 0
a) {b +
Ö
b
^{2}
4ac/2a}
b) 2, 1
c) 2
d) 1, 2
3.
Standard form of quadratic Equation
a) Empty Set
b) 1, 2
c) {2}
d) ax
^{2}
+bx+c=0
4.
Degree of quadratic equation
a) {2}
b) 2, 1
c) 1, 2
d) 2
5.
Roots of equation x
^{2}
x2=0
a) 2, 1
b) {2}
c) Empty Set
d) 2
6.
Solution set of

x

+ 6 =2
a) 2
b) 1, 2
c) {2}
d) Empty Set
7.
The equation
Ö
x +1 = 0 is called
a) Radical
b) Irrational numbers
c) 100
d) Real number
8.
If
Ö
x � 8 =2, then �x� is
a) + 3
b) 3
c) 100
d) Radical
9.
If

x

= 3 then x is
a) Radical
b) + 3
c) 100
d) 3
10.
The solution set of
½
y+2/3
½
= 2
a) Irrational numbers
b) 3
c) {}
d) 100
11.
Union of rational and irrational numbers is
a) Radical
b) 100
c) Irrational numbers
d) Real number
12.
3y4 = 22, y will be
a) 42
b) {26/3, 6}
c) 9/7
d) { }
13.
5x2<3, x
Î
N, the solution set is
a) {(1,24)}
b) { }
c) 42
d) 9/7
14.
If (xx/7) = 36 then x will be
a) { }
b) {1}
c) 42
d) {26/3, 6}
15.
If x + y/6 = 5, the ordered pair satisfies
a) {(1,24)}
b) 9/7
c) + 9/7
d) {26/3, 6}
16.
The absolute value of �9/7is
a) {(1,24)}
b) + 9/7
c) 9/7
d) {26/3, 6}
17.
x + x+1+x+2 = 192 then x will be
a) {3, 1}
b) Positive
c) 63
d) Negative
18.
The solution set of 3x2y =7 and 2x + 5y = 11 is
a) {(3,1)}
b) 63
c) Negative
d) {3, 1}
19.
If length of rectangle 6cm breadth 3cm, perimeter is
a) 63
b) Negative
c) 18
d) {(3,1)}
20.
On yanis, x will be
a) Negative
b) {3, 1}
c) Positive
d) Zero
21.
In 3rd quadrant both x and y are
a) {(3,1)}
b) 63
c) 18
d) Negative
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