Math 10 Chapter 9 - Part A


1. By the eliminations of one or more than one variables from the given simultaneous equations, we get such a relation which is __________ of that variable.




2. At least ________ equations are required for elimination of one variable.




3. In elimination, both equations should have the ________ that has to eliminate




4. Eliminant or relation shows that the solution set of both equations is not _________.




5. The relation free from x for x-b = 0 and x-d = 0 is ___________.




6. The relation free from x for xt = s and x/ m = t is ___________.



7. The relation free from t for at = x and 2at = y is ______________.



8. The relation independent of 'x' for equations x + 1/x = a and x2 + 1/x2 = b2 is ________.



9. Te relation independent of 'x' for equations x + 1/x = m and x3 + 1/x33= n is __________.



10. The relation free from 't' for equations x + t = 3p and x | t = 4q is ____________.




11. The eliminant by eliminating 'm' for equations m + bc = x and m | ad = y is _______.




12. The eliminant by elimination y for equations y2 = s and y3 = r is ____________.



13. The relation free from y for equation y = 1/2m and y = 4n is ____________.




14. The equation y + 4 = 9 is y | 5 =6 are not true for a __________ value of y.




15. A relation independent of 't' from equations t5 = d and t3 = b is ___________.



16. A relation independent of 'x' from equations xM3 | b = 0 and x2 + d = 0 is ________.



17. The relation free from x for equations x2 + 1/x2 = 3m2 and x4 + 1/ x4 = n4 is __________.



18. The relation free from ' x' for equations x + a = 0 and x2 + y2 = b2 is _________.



19. The eliminant by elimination 'u' for equations v = u | t and u2 = 2vt.



20. The eliminant by eliminating 'y' for equations y3 + 1/y3 = m and y3 | 1/y3 = n is _______.






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