Mathematics MCQS for class 12 with Answers Chapter 6

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x + 2y > 6 is not satisfied by
(2, 3)
(3, 3)
(2, 2)
(3, 2)

There are ________ ordered pairs that satisfy the inequality ax + by < c
Two
Finitely many
None of these
Infinitely many

Ax2 + By2 + Gx + Fy + C = 0 form ellipse if
A = B
None of these

The line through focus and perpendicular to directrix of parabola is called
Axis of Parabola
Latusrectum Parabola
Vertex Parabola
None of these

x = 0 is the solution of the inequality
2x + 1 < 0
2x + 1 < 0
2x + 1 > 0
2x – 1 > 0

The system of ______________ involved in the problem concerned is called problem constraints
Linear inequalities
Equations
None of these
Linear equalities

The solution region restricted to 1st quadrant is
Solution region
Feasible solution
Feasible region
Optimal origin

There are ______ ordered pairs that satisfy the inequality ax + by > c
Two
Infinitely many
Finitely many
None of these

The graph of 2x + y > 2 is the closed half plane the region is _________ the origin side of 2x + y =2
None of these
On
Not on
At

ax + b > c is an inequality of
One variable
Two variable
Three variable
None of these

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