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Publisher: Bushra ArshadReleased: May 30, 2016ISBN: 1310963142Format: book

**Volume **

**MCQ 1: **If four times of certain number 'a' is ten more than thrice the number then the equation derived for this statement can be written as

A. 3a = 4a + 10

B. 3a = 4a - 10

C. 4a = 3a - 10

D. 4a = 3a + 10

**MCQ 2: **By solving the equation 1 2⁄3a + 6 = 4 1⁄2a - 10, the value of 'a' will be

A. 14

B. 12

C. 16

D. 18

**MCQ 3: **By solving the equation a = 2 - 9a, the value of a will be

A. 1⁄5

B. 2⁄3

C. 2⁄5

D. 1⁄2

**MCQ 4: **By solving the equation 2a - 2 = 20, the value of 'a' will be

A. 12

B. 14

C. 11

D. 13

**MCQ 5: **On solving the equation 3 1⁄5b + 5 = 50, the value of 'b' must be

A. 8 1⁄12

B. 14 1⁄16

C. 14 1⁄17

D. 12 1⁄19

**MCQ 6: **Considering the formula c = b²⁄a - b, then if the value of a = -20 and b = -10, the value of c is

A. −10

B. 10

C. 20

D. −20

**MCQ 7: **If a necklace is bought for $x and sold for $y then the profit is

A. $xy

B. $y - $x

C. $y + $x

D. $x - $y

**MCQ 8: **If cost of one theme cake is $200 and cake shop has sold 6 cakes a day then the total sales of cake shop 3 days will be

A. $2,500

B. $4,800

C. $3,600

D. $1,200

**MCQ 9: **By solving the equation c³-125 = 0, the value of 'c' will be

A. 5

B. 10

C. 15

D. 20

**MCQ 10: **If traveler makes a journey of 'x' km and another journey of 'y' km then the total distance covered by traveler is

A. 4(x + y)

B. 4(x - y)

C. x - y

D. x + y

**MCQ 11: **Jennifer and Joseph together have $90. If Jennifer gives Joseph $20 then Joseph will have twice as much money as Jennifer. The original amount of money Jennifer and Joseph have is

A. Jennifer = $50, Joseph = $40

B. Jennifer = $60, Joseph = $20

C. Jennifer = $25, Joseph = $40

D. Jennifer = $30, Joseph = $45

**MCQ 12: **By solving the equation √x + 3 = 0, the value of 'x' will be

A. 9

B. −9

C. −3

D. 3

**MCQ 13: **By solving the equation 2⁄3a -2 = 5⁄6a, the value of 'a' will be

A. 1⁄2

B. 4⁄3

C. 2⁄3

D. 2⁄5

**MCQ 14: **By solving the equation 3(3x - 6) + 4(4x + 3) = 45x - 166, the value of 'x' is

A. 16

B. 8

C. 12

D. 14

**MCQ 15: **Considering the formulae z = (x + y)⁄2, then if x = 10 and y = 12 the value of 'z' will be

A. 11

B. 22

C. 20

D. 16

**MCQ 16: **By solving the inequality 10a < 50, the answer will be

A. a < 5

B. a < 8

C. a < 10

D. a < 50

**MCQ 17: **The four handbags and three school bags costs $2000 and cost of handbag is thrice as much as schoolbags. If cost of school bag is 'a' then the derived equation will be

A. 3(4a) - 3a = 2000

B. 3(4a) + 3a = 2000

C. 3(4a) + 3(3a) = 2000

D. 3(4a) - 3(3a) = 2000

**MCQ 18: **If 'a' denotes the unknown value and is increased by 2, the result will be 12 then the equation for this statement will be

A. a + 2 = 12

B. 2a = 12

C. a = 12 + 2

D. a - 2 = 12

**MCQ 19: **By solving the equation 5z + 8 = 18, the value of z will be

A. 5

B. 6

C. 2

D. 4

**MCQ 20: **If sum of 4 consecutive numbers is 98 then the equation derived for this statement can be written as

A. a + (a + 1) + (a + 2) + (a + 3) = 98

B. a + 1 + 2 + 3 = 98

C. a + (a + 1) + (a + 2) + (a + 3) = 98a

D. (a)(1)(2)(3) = 98

**MCQ 21: **By solving the equality 2x + 3⁄ 2 = 5x - 8⁄3, the value of the 'x' will be

A. 8 1⁄12

B. 5 1⁄2

C. 6 1⁄4

D. 3 1⁄4

**MCQ 22: **If a car travels at the speed of 'x' km⁄h then the distance car has travelled in 4 hours with same speed is

A. 70 km

B. 45 km

C. 4x km

D. 4000 km

**MCQ 23: **Considering the inequality, the -5 x 0 is

A. equal to 0 x 8

B. equal

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