10th General Maths MCQS Chapter 3

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The quadratic form of x – 5/2x= x – 4/3 is:
2×2 + 11x – 15
2×2 -11x + 15
2×2 -22x + 15
2×2 – 15x +11

The solution set of x – 7< 5 – 2x is:
x > 4
x = 4
x < 4
x < 4

Any value of the variable which makes the equation a true statement is called the:

The solution set of absolute equation lx – 3l = 5 is:

Root which are not the solution of the original equation but they are obtained in the solution are called:
extraneous roots
variable solvents
Real roots

An equation that can be written in the form ax + b = 0, a ? 0 where a and ab are constants and x is variable is called:
liner inequality
linear equation
quadratic equation
cubic equation

Two liner algebraic expressions joined by an inequality symbol such as >,<, >,< is called:
order relation
absolute value equation
liner equation
liner inequality

for any there numbers x,y and z if x > y and y> z then:
additive property
trichotomy property
transitive property
multiplicative property

Any term of an equation may be taken to the other side with its sign changed without affection the equation is called:

If a x b = 0 then a = 0 or b = 0 (both a and b equal to zero) is called:
law of inverse
solution of equation
law of null factor
law of indices

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