**Multiple Choice Questions**

**77**. Algebraic expression is formed from variables and constants using different

- (A) operations
- (B) signs
- (C) sides
- (D) symbols

**76**. Expressions are made up of

- (A) coefficients
- (B) terms
- (C) operators
- (D) symbols

**75**. A term is the product of

- (A) coefficients
- (B) factors
- (C) like terms
- (D) symbols

**74**. The terms having the same algebraic factors are called

- (A) like terms
- (B) factors
- (C) unlike terms
- (D) coefficients

**73**. The terms having different algebraic factors are called

- (A) like terms
- (B) factors
- (C) unlike terms
- (D) coefficients

**72**. Expression with one term is called a

- (A) Monomial
- (B) Binomial
- (C) Trinomial
- (D) Polynomial

**71**. Expression with two unlike terms is called a

- (A) Monomial
- (B) Binomial
- (C) Trinomial
- (D) Polynomial

**70**. Expression with three unlike terms is called a

- (A) Monomial
- (B) Binomial
- (C) Trinomial
- (D) Polynomial

**69**. The numerical factor in a term is known as

- (A) coefficient
- (B) factor
- (C) like term
- (D) symbol

**68**. The sum of two like terms is a

- (A) like term with coefficient equal to the difference of coefficients of the two like terms
- (B) like term with coefficient equal to the sum of coefficients of the two unlike terms
- (C) like term with coefficient equal to the sum of coefficients of the two like terms
- (D) like term with coefficient equal to the difference of coefficients of the two unlike terms

**67**. The difference of two like terms is a

- (A) like term with coefficient equal to the sum of coefficients of the two like terms
- (B) like term with coefficient equal to the difference of coefficients of the two like terms
- (C) like term with coefficient equal to the difference of coefficients of the two unlike terms
- (D) like term with coefficient equal to the sum of coefficients of the two unlike terms

**66**. When we add two algebraic expressions, the

- (A) like terms are added and the unlike terms are written as they are
- (B) like terms are subtracted and the unlike terms are written as they are
- (C) unlike terms are added and the like terms are written as they are
- (D) unlike terms are added and the unlike terms are written as they are

**65**. When we subtract two algebraic expressions, the

- (A) like terms are added and the unlike terms are written as they are
- (B) like terms are subtracted and the unlike terms are written as they are
- (C) unlike terms are subtracted and the like terms are written as they are
- (D) unlike terms are subtracted and the unlike terms are written as they are

**64**. When the statement *x* is multiplied by itself and then added to the product of *x* and *y* is written in the form of algebraic expressions, it is

- (A)
*x*×*x*+*x*×*y* - (B)
*x*×*x*×*y* - (C)
*x*+*x*×*y* - (D)
*x*×*y*+*x*×*y*

**63**. Algebraic form of the statement three times of *p* and two times of *q* are multiplied and then subtracted from *r* is

- (A) 3
*p*× 2*q*–*r* - (B)
*r*– 3*p*× 2*q* - (C) 3
*r*× 2–*p*×*q* - (D)
*p*×*q*– 3 × 2*r*

**62**. Twice the sum of length *x* and breadth *y* of a rectangle is the perimeter of a rectangle. If *P* is the perimeter, then the correct expression is

- (A)
*P*= 2 ×*x*+*y* - (B)
*P*= 2 (*x*+*y*) - (C)
*P*= 2 +*x*×*y* - (D)
*P*= 2*x*+*y*/2

**61**. Algebraic form of the statement sum of the products of *a* and *b*, *b* and *c* and *c* and *a* is

- (A)
*ab*+*bc*+*ca* - (B)
*a*×*b*×*c* - (C)
*ab*+*b*×*c* - (D)
*a*+*b*×*b*+*c*×*c*+*a*