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1. 1. 1/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com CHAPTER NO 1 OPERATION OF SETS (i) The objects in the set are called ______ (A) members (B) elements (c) Both A and B C (ii) The symbol ____ is used to denote belongs to or is an element of or is a member of. (A) ∈ (B) ∉ (c) ⊂ A (iii) If p={1, 2, 3, 4} and Q={a, b, c, d} 2__p (A) ∈ (B) ∉ A (IV) If A = {1,2, ,}3 {B = {1,2,3, }4 then A_____B. (B) (A) = (B) ∉ (C) ⊆ (D) ↔ (V) Non-empty sets which have no members in common are called _____sets. A (A) equal (B) equivalent (C) non equivalent (D) disjoint (vi) A B ⊆ _____ B (A) B (B) A (C) Φ (D) B A (VII) If E = { x : x is an odd number divisible by 2}, n(E) = __________. (A)0 (B)1 (C) 2 (D) 3 (viii) When each member of a set matches one and only one member of the other set, A there is ___________ between the two set (*pg6) (A)non equivalent (B)1 – 1 correspondence (C) union of sets(D) intersection (Ix) Every set is a subset of _____ (*page 6 book) (A) Itself (B) Natural number (x) Sets that can be paired in a one to one correspondence are called _____ A (A) Equivalent set (B) Disjoint set (C)complement of a set (xi) Is it equivalent sets (i){r, I, f, e}, {f, I , r, e} A (A) Equivalent sets (B) non equivalent se (xii) If A and B are any sets, then the set whose members are the elembets belonging to both of the sets A and b is called ____ A ∩ B (A) (B) AuB A (xiii) A ∩ B= φor {} (an empty set) Non empty sets which have no members in common are called _____ D (A) Universal set (B) complement of a set (C) Disjoint set
2. 2. 2/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (xiii) If A and B are any sets, then the set whose members are the elements belonging to at least one of the sets A and B, is called the _____page8 (A) Union of A and B (B) Complement of A and B (C) intersection of A and B D (vi) B/A ⊆ _____ A (A) B(B) A (C) Φ (i) All the objects in a discussion belong; the given set is called _____ (A) Intersection (B) Universal set B 0 (ii) Is a _____. 0 (A) Positive integer (B) negative integer (C) Rational number (D) none of these Chapter no 2 Rational Numbers (i) Sum of two natural numbers is always (A) Product of number (B) natural number p (ii) Any number which can be expressed in the form q , where p and q are integers B and q ≠ 0 , is known as _____ page 10 (A) a rational number (B) odd number (C) Factor (ii) Positive integers are all the whole numbers greater than. _____ A (A) zero: {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...} (B) {-1, -2, -3, -4, -5, ...} (iii) Negative integers are all the numbers _____ (C) Less than zero: -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, … (B) Less than zero: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, A (iv) We do not consider zero to be a. _____ (A) Positive or Negative number (B) Positive (C) Negative A (v) The number line is a line labeled with the integers in increasing order from_____: (A) Zero to right direction (B) Zero to left direction A (vi) The number line is a line labeled with the integers in decreasing order from_____: B (A) Zero to right direction (B) Zero to left direction
3. 3. 3/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (vii) The number line is a line labeled with the integers in increasing order: A (A) That extends in both directions (B) Only to right direction (viii) Fill in the blanks -5__ 5 A (A) < (B) > (C) = (ix) The sum of any two rational number is also a _____ B (A) irrational number (B) rational number (x) When zere is added to any rational number, the sum is the B (A) Different Rational Number (B) Same Rational Number (xi) The product of 1 and any rational number is equal to B (A) 1 (B) the Same Rational Number (C) 0 (xii) numberator and denominator have no common divisor other than 1 and the A denominator of the number is positive rational number is said to be _____ (A) Standard form (B) Irrational Form (xiii) Arrange the following integer in the increasing order -3, 4, -1, 0, 2 B (A) -1,-3, 0, 2, 4 (B) -3, -1, 0, 2, 4 (iv) -5/8 _____________ -3/4 (A) > (B) < (C) = (D) none of the (v) Reciprocal of -3/4 x -5/-6 is: (A) 15/24 (B) –15/24 (C) 24/15 (D) –24/15 (vi) Round off up to encircle digit 4.58 4 67 = __________ (A) 4.584 (B) 4.585 (C) 4.5846 (D) 4.5847 (fd) Round off 112.999 to nearest whole number_____ (A) 112.100 (B) 112.000 (C) 113 (D) 112.109 1 (da) = _____ 6 (A) 0.177 (B) 0.666 (C) 0.616 (D) 0.1666 −3 6 (ss) = ? − 16 (A) 8 (B) -8 (C) 2 (D) –2 (ii) When each member of a set matches one and only one member of the other set, there is ___________ between the two set (A) non equivalent (B) 1 – 1 correspondence (C) union of sets (D) intersection
4. 4. 4/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com CHAPTER NO 3 DECIMAL NUMBERS (i) If the division is exact i.e a zero remainder is reached then it is called _____ A (A) A Terminating Decimal (B) Recurring (ii) Decimal numbers having an infinite number of digits after the decimal A point are known as _____ (A) Terminating Decimals (B) Non Terminating (iii) The common fractions of terminating decimals have the prime factors of the A denominator as only 2 or 5 or both and the equivalent decimal numbers are all ________ (A) Terminating Decimals (B) Non Terminating (iii) The common fractions of non terminating decimals do not have the prime A factors of the denominator as only 2 or 5 or both and the equivalent decimal numbers are all ________ (A) Terminating Decimals (B) Non Terminating (iv) Decimal point has been repeated are known as A (A) Non terminating and recurring decimals.(B) None of these (iu) Round off 112.999 to nearest whole number_____ (A) 112.100 (B) 112.000 (C) 113 (D) 112.109 (vi) Round off up to encircle digit 4.58 4 67 = __________ (A) 4.584 (B) 4.585 (C) 4.5846 (D) 4.5847 CHAPTER NO 4 SQUARE ROOTS OF POSITIVE INTEGERS (i) 38416 =_____ (A) 269 (B) 296 (C) 691 (D) 196 A (i) When a number is multiplied by itself, the product is known as the square of that number. The number itself then called the _____ (B) Decimal product (B) square root of the product B (ii) The square root of zero is _____ (A) Infinity (B) Zero itself (C) None of these C CHAPTER NO 5 EXPONENTS (ii) When adding integers with like signs (both positive or both negative), we add their absolute values, and the _____ sign is taken up by the sum. (A) Same (B) Different A (iii) When adding integers of unlike signs, we take their absolute values, then _____ the smaller absolute value from the larger one. (D) sum (B Subtract (C) None of these B
5. 5. 5/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (iv) When adding integers of unlike signs, we take their absolute values, then subtract the smaller absolute value from the larger one and give the result the sign of the integer with _____ absolute value. A (A) Larger (B) Smaller (v) The sum of two integers is also an _____ (A) Decimal (B) Integer B (vi) The sum of two integers remains unchanged if _____ (A) They do no interchange their places (B) They interchange their places B (C) None of these (vii) If zero is added to any integer, the sum equals to _____ (A) Integer itself (B) zero A (viii) For every integer, there exists an integer such that their sum is _____ (A) Zero (B) Infinity A (viii) For every integer, there exists an integer such that their sum is zero. Each is known as the _____of the other. A (A) Additive inverse (B) Quotient (ix) The product of two integers of like signs is a _____ (A) Negative Integer (B) Positive Integer B (x) The product of two integers of unlike signs is a _____ (A) Negative Integer (B) Positive Integer A (xi) The absolute value of the product of two or more integers is equal to the_____ (A) Product of their negative value (B) Product of their absolute values. B (xii) The product of two integers is also an _____ (A) Integer (B) Decimal A (xiii) The product of two integers remains the _____they interchange their places_____ (A) Same (B) Different A (xiv) The product of any integer with1 is the _____ (A) Zero (B) Integer itself (C) 1 B (xv) The product of any integer with the zero is always _____ (A) Zero (B) Integer itself (C) Both A (xvi) For integers of like signs the quotient is _____ (A) Negative (B) Positive B (xvii) For integers of unlike signs the quotient is _____ (A) Negative (B) Positive A −4 −8 (yu) ÷ =_____ 13 39 3 −2 2 -3 (A) (B) (C) (D) 2 3 3 2
6. 6. 6/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com 2 4 (rr) The reciprocal of × is −3 −5 −8 15 8 8 (A) (B) (C) (D) 15 8 − 15 15 (ii) ( −5) 6 ÷ ( −5) 8 = _____ 1 1 (A) − 5 14 (B) (C) − 5 48 (D) 52 5 −2 (iuo) + a ÷ ( −b) = _____ a b b a (A) + (B) (C) − (D) − b a a b 3 1 2 (iu)  x  =_____ 2  3 2 1 6 3 6 1 6 (A) x (B) x (C) x (D) x 2 2 2 8 (iii) 3/4 + -2/5 = _________________ (A)–7/20 (B) +7/20 (C) 23/20 (D) 1 3/20 (iv) -5/8 _____________ -3/4 (A) > (B) < (C) = (D) none of the (v) Reciprocal of -3/4 x -5/-6 is: (A) 15/24 (B) –15/24 (C) 24/15 (D) –24/15 CHAPTER NO 6 DIRECT AND INVERSE VARIATION (i) There are two types of variation? (A) Direct and inverse (B) straight and straight (C) direct and shortest (i) Widow’s share is ____ of the property. 1 1 1 (A) (B) (C) 8 28 2 CHAPTER NO 7 PROFIT AND LOSS (i) According to Islamic law, widow’s share in property is_____ 1 1 (A) of property (B) of property 2 4 1 3 (C) of property (D) of property 8 4 C (ii) If S.P is Rs 256 and profit is Rs 56 then profit %=______.
7. 7. 7/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (A) 25% (B) 28% (C) 20% (D) 56% (iii) The price at which we purchase a particular item is known as B (A) Selling price (B) Cost Price C (iv) The price at which we sold a particular item is known as A (A) Selling price (B) Cost Price (v) The formula of Profit = (A) Selling price – Cost price (B) Cost price – Selling Price (vi) Profit % = profit loss profit (A) x100% (B) x100% (C) Cost Price Cost Price Cost Price A (vii) Formula of Loss= ______ (A) Cost Price +Selling Price (B) Cost Price – Selling Price B (viii) Formula of Loss percentage =_____ loss loss Profit (A) (B) x100% (C) Cost Price Cost Price Cost Price B (ix) Formula of Cost Price =______ (A) Selling price +Loss (B) Selling price -Loss (x) How much Zakat should be paid on yearly savings of Rs.25,000? A (A) 250 (B) 500 (C) 625 (D) 600 (xI) The person who borrows money is known as the _____. (A) creditor (B) debtor (C) principal (D) banker (v) If C.P. = Rs 4,000, S.P. = 2,500, Loss = _______ . (A) 1500 (B) 2000 (C) 1700 (D) 1800 CHAPTER NO 8 DISCOUNT (I) A − P = _____ (A) r (B) I (C) t (D) M.P (Ii) Discount is reduction made on _____ (A) S.P (B) Profit (C) C.P (D) M.P (vii) Net selling price = M.P – ____________ (A) Profit (B) loss (C) discount (D) Profit % (v) Discount is reduction made on _____ (A) S.P (B) Profit (C) C.P (D) M.P (x) The reduction made on the marked price of an article is called ________:
8. 8. 8/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (A) profit (B) discount (C) cost price (D) loss CHAPTER NO 9 SIMPLE INTEREST (ii) t = _________________. p× × r t r×t I ×100 I×100 (A) (B) (C) p×r (D) p× t 100 100 (ii) Interest = Amount - _____ P + 1× 100 10 ×100 P× × r t (A) P ×t (B) P + P × t (C) Principal (D) 100 (iii) How much Zakat should be paid on yearly savings of Rs.25,000? (A) 250 (B) 500 (C) 625 (D) 600 (iv) Rate of Zakat on yearly saving is _____ (A) 2.5% (B) 20.5% (C) 5.2% (D) 25.2% (vii) Amount = I×100 p ×r × t (A) interest + principal(B) P + p ×t (C) P + (C) 100 100 × IP + p× t (xi) How much Zakat should be paid on a yearly savings of Rs 93800? (A) 2345 (B) 2000 (C) 3000 (D) 9345 CHAPTER NO 10 ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS (i) A number that is placed before the variable is called _____ (A) Variable (B) coefficient B (viii) The value of 2x changes or varies according to the value given to ‘x’, so x is called a _____ (A) Variable (B) coefficient (viii) An _____ consists of a single term or terms connected by operations of addition and subtraction.Page65 (B) Means A (ix) an _____ is either a numeral, a variable or a product of a numeral and one or more variables. (A) Algebraic expression (B) Means A (ix) _____ is an algebraic expression consisting of one or more terms, in each of which the exponent of the variable is zero or a positive integer. (A) Exponents (B) Polynomials B
9. 9. 9/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (i) A numeral without any variable is also called a _____ (A) Constant (B) variable A (ii) A polynomial consisting of a single term is known as a _____ (A) binomial (B) Monomial B (iii) A polynomial consisting of a two terms is known as a _____ (A) Binomial (B) Monomial A (iii) A polynomial consisting of a three terms is known as a _____ (A) Trinomial (B) Monomial A (v) Terms containing the same variables and the same corresponding exponents are known as _____ (A) Like Term (B) unlike term A (v) Terms containing the different variables and the different corresponding exponents are known as _____ (A) Like Term (B) unlike term B (vii) (x+y+z)÷a=x÷a+y÷a+z÷a this is known as ____Page73(book) (A) Multiplicative law (B) Distributive Law B (iii) Any numeral, variable or combination of numberals and variables connected by one or more the symbols ;+; or ;;-; is know as an ______ (A) Not a Algebraic Expression (B) Algebraic Expression B (iv) In Algebraic Expression x, a+b, 2a-3b etc a and b are _____ (A) Terms of Expression (B) coefficient A (vii) If two terms differ only in their numberical or literal Coeffieients or do not differ at all such that 2a, 5a,-4a, are know _____ (A) Unlike Terms (B) Like Terms B (viii) Differing terms such as 2ab, -4bc, ac are know _____ (A) Unlike terms (B) Like terms A (xi) Like terms can be combined to give a single term. (A) True (B) False (c) open statement A (x) Addition or subtraction cannot be performed with unlike terms (A) True (B) False (c) open statement (yy) Number of terms in expression 2x 2 y + 3 xy − 2x are _____ A (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 (i) In ax+b, a is a _____ (A) variable(B) constant (C) co-efficient (D) base (ix) in x2, exponent is: (A) 2 (B) x (C) 1 (D) 2x (i) In 2x, 2 is a: (A) variable (B) constant (C) co-efficient (D) base
10. 10. 10/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com CHAPTER NO Simple Algebraic Formulae 11 to 13 (i) (a+b) 2=_____ (A) a2-2ab+b2 (B) a2+2ab-b2 (C) a2+2ab+b2 (D) a2-2ab-b2 (ii) (a-b) 2= C 2 2 2 2 (A) a -2ab+b (B) 2 a +2ab-b 2 (C) a +2ab+b (D) a -2ab-b2 2 (ix) (a+b)(a-b)=_____ A (A) a2+b2 (B) a -b2 2 B (iii) 4a2-20ab+25b2 (A) 4a2-5b2 (B) (2a-5b)2(C) (2a-5b)(2a+5b) (D) (2a+5b)(2a+5b) (xii) (2x2y-3xy2)(-2xy) (A) -4x3y2+6x2 y3 (B) -2x2y2+4x2y2 (C) 2xy+6xy3 (D) 4x2y2+6x2y2 (xiii) The square of (3x+2) is_______ (A) (3x2 + 6x + 4) (B) 3x + 6x + 2(C) 9x2 + 2x + 4 (D) 9x2 + 12x + 4 (xiv) The factors of 81p2-49q2 are: (A) (9p2 + 7q) (9p2 + 7p) (B) (9p2 – 7q2) (C) (9p-7q) (9p + 7q) (D) (9p2 + 7q2) (xv) If 7x – 15 = 6, then x = _____ (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5 (xiii) -7x + 2 = 23 Then x = _____________. (A) -3 (B) +3 (C) 25/-7 (D) -3 4/7 (xv) If 2x + 5 = 19n then x = ____________________ : (A) 9 (B) 7 (C) 10 (D) 13 (xii) 16x2 - 8xy + y2 = _________________ (A) (4x – y)2(B) (4x + y)2(C) (4x – y)(4x + y) (D) (4x – 8y)2 (iii) 9x2 -12x + 4y2 = _____________________ : (A) 9x2 – 4y2 (B) (3x – 2y2) (C) (3x - 2y) (3x + 2y) (D) (3x + 2y) (3x + 2y) (xii) 6 mn (2m – 3n) = ________________ (A) 6 m2n – mn2 (B) 12 m2n – 18 mn2 (C) 12 mn – 18 mn (D) –6 mn (xiii) The square of (2a+1) is_______: (A) (2a + 1)(B)2a2 + 1 (C) 4a2 + 4a + 1 (D) (2a2 + 1) (2a2 + 1)
11. 11. 11/17 Note: If you find any mistake, please contact to your concern class teacher or you can contact to me at facebook on my address. asadshafat@yahoo.com (xiv) The factors of 4x4 – 81 are______: (A) (2x2)2 + (9)2 (B) (2x2 + 9) (C) (2x2 - 9) (2x2 + 9) (D) (2x + 9) (2x - 9) CHAPTER NO 14 PERPENDICULAR AND PARALLEL LINES (i) Two lines are said to be perpendicular if the angle between them is a _____ (C) supplementary angle (B) Right angle B (ii) Two lines on the same plane amy be such that they never meet is know as _____ A (A) Parallel lines (B) intersecting lines (iv) Aline that cuts two or more lines at different points is called _____ (A) A transversal (B) parallel lines A (V) In above figure 1,2,7and 8 know as _____ (A)Exterior angles (B) interior angles A (Vi) In above figure 3,4,5and 6 know as _____ (A)Exterior angles (B) interior angles B B (vii) In above figure 1,5:2,6: 3,7;4, 8 are the four pairs of _____ (B)Alternate angle angles (B) Corresponding angles B B (viii) In above figure 3,6 and 5, 4 are the two pairs of _____ (A) Alternate angle angles (B) Corresponding angles A