10th General Maths MCQS Chapter 4

Google Ads1
10th General Maths MCQS
Image Courtesy By Freepik

Respected members,
10th General Maths MCQS Available Here. In this pages your can get 10th General Maths MCQS with Answers.
You can read and practice, 10th General Maths MCQSon Different Topic,
We make Online question bank with the help of experienced teachers and subject specialists.

FG Study / Quiz is also very useful website for online Quiz and Test sessions. Where FG STUDY Team Design and Develop large Database and Content Management System for the quizzes. We provide wide scale online quiz System for various educational and professional examination. If you are interested please visit our site FG Study Quiz

Remember That The FG STUDY Team Always provide unique and useful content for students. If you have any question or problem do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to reply, Thanks

Two matrices are conformable for addition if they are of the:
different order
same order
order 2 x 2
order 3 x 3

If a order of matrix A is (m x p) and order of matrix B is (p x n). Then order of matrix AB is:
n x n
m x p
p x n
m x n

A matrix consisting of only one row is called a:
column matrix
scalar matrix
row matrix
rectangular matrix

Which matrix is said to be additive identity of any matrix:
scalar matrix
unit matrix
diagonal matrix
zero matrix

IF At = -A then matrix A is called a:
skew – symmetric matrix
transpose of matrix
symmetric matrix
identity matrix

A square or a rectangular array of numbers written within square brackets or parentheses in a definite order is called a:

A square matrix in which all the element except at least one element in the diagonal are zero is called a:
square matrix
rectangular matrix
diagonal matrix
zero matrix

If two matrices have same order and their corresponding elements are equal then they are called:
rectangular matrices
scalar matrices
equal matrices
unequal matrices

The symbol “>” stand for:
greater than
greater than and equal to
less than or equal to
less than

Which matrix has no multiplicative inverse?
unit matrix
non – singular matrix
singular matrix
diagonal matrix

The idea of matrices was introduced by:
Arthur Cayley
jobs burgi

10th General Maths MCQS

Google Ads