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  1. Find the ratio of: 1/7:1/14:1/21
    1. 1:2:3
    2. 3:2:1
    3. 2:3:6
    4. 6:3:2
  1. Find the ratio of 3 :0.6: 3.5
    1. 34: 6:35
    2. 34: 60 : 35
    3. 32: 6:35
    4. 32:60:35
  1. In proportion, Product of extremes = Product of _______.
    1. members
    2. ratios
    3. elements
    4. means
  1. Find the 4th proportion in 16, 12 and 8.
    1. 4
    2. 6
    3. 8
    4. 24
  1. Find the mean proportion in 40 and 90.
    1. 6
    2. 130
    3. 60
    4. 50
  1. The weight 5/9 of a piece of metal is 35kg. What is the weight 2/7 of the piece?
    1. 9
    2. 18
    3. 27
    4. 36
  1. What is the value of x: x: 12:: 3:4
    1. 1
    2. 3
    3. 9
    4. 16
  1. Which one is the equivalent ratio of: 21:35
    1. 6:10
    2. 7:5
    3. 3:7
    4. 5:3
  1. The external values of proportion is called _________.
    1. antecedent
    2. consequent
    3. means
    4. extremes
  1. The internal values of proportion is called ____.
    1. antecedent
    2. consequent
    3. means
    4. extremes
  1. 12 kg milk cost Rs.1200. What is the cost of 13 kg milk?
    1. Rs.1312
    2. Rs.1350
    3. Rs.150
    4. Rs.100
  1. Second element of a ratio is called ________.
    1. Consequent
    2. Antecedent
    3. Means
    4. Extremes
  1. First element of a ratio is called _______.
    1. Consequent
    2. Antecedent
    3. Means
    4. Extremes
  1. The word percent is a short form of the Latin word “per centum”. It means ______.
    1. of hundred
    2. from hundred
    3. out of hundred
    4. in hundred
  1. Convert 3/5 into percentage?
    1. 30%
    2. 50%
    3. 15%
    4. 60%
  1. Convert 8 % into decimal.
    1. 8.5
    2. 0.85
    3. 0.085
    4. 8.2
  1. Convert 0.105 into percentage?
    1. 10%
    2. 10%
    3. 105%
    4. 1.05%
  1. What percentage is 50 cm of 2 meters?
    1. 25%
    2. 50%
    3. 100%
    4. 52%
  1. Khalida obtained 96 marks out of 150. What percentage of marks has she obtained?
    1. 96%
    2. 64%
    3. 48%
    4. 54%
  1. The 18% of the distance between 2 cities is 36 km. Find the distance between 2 cities?
    1. 72 km
    2. 36 km
    3. 100 km
    4. 200 km
  1. Selling Price – Cost Price = _______.
    1. Profit
    2. Loss
    3. Discount
    4. Percentage
  1. Cost Price – Selling Price =_____.
    1. Profit
    2. Loss
    3. Discount
    4. Percentage
  1. The reduction made on the list price or marked price of an article is called
    1. C.P
    2. S.p
    3. Loss
    4. Discount
  1. Net Selling Price = ________ -Discount.
    1. Selling Price
    2. Market Price
    3. Cost Price
    4. Net Price
  1. A man purchases pencils at Rs.60/dozen & sells at Rs.70/dozen. What is profit %?
    1. 10%
    2. 16.67%
    3. 14.28%
    4. 85.71%
  1. Algebra is the invention of ________.
    1. Ibrahim Al Fazari
    2. Muhammad Al Fazari
    3. Muhammad Ibne Mosa Al Khwarzmi
    4. Jabir Bin Hayan
  1. The sentence that is either true or false is known as __________.
    1. statement
    2. sentence
    3. equation
    4. In-equation
  1. Write in symbols: Product of a number y and seven is greater than two.
    1. 7+y > 2
    2. 7 + y >2
    3. 7y < 2
    4. 7y > 2
  1. Which one of the following is open statement?
    1. 2+3 = 5
    2. 6+3 = 10
    3. 8 + y = 6
    4. None
  1. What value of the following make the statement true? 13 – 2y = 7
    1. 3
    2. 10
    3. -3
    4. 18
  1. Combination of variables, numerals and fundamental operation is called __________.
    1. Constant
    2. Expression
    3. Polynomial
    4. Variable
  1. Which operation do not connect the terms?
    1. +
    2. x
    3. both a & b
  1. How many terms in the expression? u / v + 2 x 7
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
  1. What is the coefficient of y in expression? 3x – y²
    1. 0
    2. -1
    3. 2
    4. 3
  1. What are the like terms of the following?
    1. -3x, -3y
    2. x², y²
    3. 2u³, u³
    4. a, b
  1. Which statement is true?
    1. Like terms can be combined to give a single term.
    2. Unlike terms can be combined to give a single term.
    3. Addition or subtraction can be performed with unlike terms.
    4. Division or multiplication cannot be performed with unlike terms.
  1. Subtract -3y from 9y?
    1. 6y
    2. 12y
    3. -6y
    4. -12y
  1. Addition of x and y is __________.
    1. xy
    2. x/y
    3. x-y
    4. x+y
  1. [2a – {3b-3(2a + b − 3a)}] =_________.
    1. 17a
    2. -13a
    3. -a
    4. 13a
  1. If x= 2 and y=3 then what is the value of 8x + [3y – {6x+(5-4x)}]
    1. -16
    2. 16
    3. -2
    4. 25
  1. Write in symbol: “Cost of x books, when price of one book is Rs.18”
    1. Rs. x/18
    2. Rs. 18/x
    3. Rs. 18x
    4. Rs. 18+x
  1. If x= -2, y = -6 and z = 5, evaluate (x-yz)/x.
    1. -14
    2. 14
    3. -16
    4. 30
  1. Write in words: (x-y)/2
    1. Difference of halves of x and y.
    2. Half of difference of x and y.
    3. Difference of half of difference of x & y.
    4. Half of x and difference of y.
  1. What is the value of x: x +5 = x-
    1. 11/2
    2. 11/4
    3. 11
    4. 9
  1. What is the value of m? 12-2m = -8
    1. 10
    2. -10
    3. 2
    4. -2
  1. The number appearing before a variable in a term of algebraic expression is called its_________.
    1. exponent
    2. base
    3. coefficient
    4. Index
  1. Divide x²y³ by xy².
    1. 3xy/2
    2. 2xy/3
    3. 2/3xy
    4. 3/2xy
  1. Simplify: xy -[yz – {zx + xy + (yz-zx+xy)}]
    1. 0
    2. -xy
    3. xy
    4. 3xy
  1. If a = 2, b=-3 and c=4, evaluate ab + bc + ca
    1. -2
    2. 2
    3. -26
    4. 0
  1. A statement is called _________ if it is either true or false.
    1. true
    2. false
    3. close
    4. open

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