**Multiple Choice Questions**

**30**. [(–10) × (+ 9)] + (–10) is equal to

- (a) 100
- (b) –100
- (c) – 80
- (d) 80

**29**. –16 ÷ [8 ÷ (–2)] is equal to

- (a) –1
- (b) 1
- (c) 4
- (d) –4

**28**. If (–25) × 30 = –30 × *x*, then the value of *x* is

- (a) –25
- (b) 25
- (c) 30
- (d) None of these

**27**. Find the odd one out of the four options in the following:

- (a) (–2, 24)
- (b) (–3, 10)
- (c) (–4, 12)
- (d) (–6, 8)

**26**. Find the odd one out of the four options given below:

- (a) (–3, –6)
- (b) (+1, –10)
- (c) (–2, –7)
- (d) (–4, –9)

**25**. When the integers 10, 0, 5, – 5, – 7 are arranged in descending or ascending order, them find out which of the following integers always remains in the middle of the arrangement.

- (a) 0
- (b) 5
- (c) – 7
- (d) – 5

**24**. The next number in the pattern – 62, – 37, – 12, ……. is

- (a) 25
- (b) 13
- (c) 0
- (d) –13

**23**. Which of the following statements is not true?

- (a) When two positive integers are added, we always get a positive integer.
- (b) When two negative integers are added we always get a negative integer.
- (c) When a positive integer and a negative integer is added we always get a negative integer.
- (d) Additive inverse of an integer 2 is (–2) and additive inverse of ( –2) is 2.

**22**. On the number line, the value of (–3) × 3 lies on right hand side of

- (a) – 10
- (b) – 4
- (c) 0
- (d) 9

**21**. The value of 5 ÷ (–1) does not lie between

- (a) 0 and – 10
- (b) 0 and 10
- (c) – 4 and – 15
- (d) – 6 and 6

**20**. (–11) × 7 is not equal to

- (a) 11 × (–7)
- (b) –(11 × 7)
- (c) (–11) × (–7)
- (d) 7 × (–11)

**19**. (–10) × (–5) + (–7) is equal to

- (a) –57
- (b) 57
- (c) –43
- (d) 43

**18**. Which of the following is the multiplicative identity for an integer *a*?

- (a)
*a* - (b) 1
- (c) 0
- (d) –1

**17**. [(–8) × (–3)] × (–4) is not equal to

- (a) (–8) × [(–3) × (–4)]
- (b) [(–8) × (–4)] × (–3)
- (c) [(–3) × (–8)] × (–4)
- (d) (–8) × (–3) – (–8) × (–4)

**16**. (–25) × [6 + 4] is not same as

- (a) (–25) × 10
- (b) (–25) × 6 + (–25) × 4
- (c) (–25) × 6 × 4
- (d) –250

**15**. –35 × 107 is not same as

- (a) –35 × (100 + 7)
- (b) (–35) × 7 + (–35) × 100
- (c) –35 × 7 + 100
- (d) (–30 – 5) × 107

**14**. (–43) × (–99) + 43 is equal to

- (a) 4300
- (b) –4300
- (c) 4257
- (d) –4214

**13**. (–16) ÷ 4 is not same as

- (a) (–4) ÷ 16
- (b) – (16 ÷ 4)
- (c) 16 ÷ (–4)
- (d) –4

**12**. Which of the following does not represent an integer?

- (a) 0 ÷ (–7)
- (b) 20 ÷ (–4)
- (c) (–9) ÷ 3
- (d) (–12) ÷ 5

**11**. Which of the following is different from the others?

- (a) 20 + (–25)
- (b) (–37) – (–32)
- (c) (–5) × (–1)
- (d) (45) ÷ (– 9)

**10**. Which of the following shows the maximum rise in temperature?

- (a) 23° to 32°
- (b) –10° to +1°
- (c) –18° to –11°
- (d) –5° to 5°

**9**. If *a *and *b *are two integers, then which of the following may not be an integer?

- (a)
*a + b* - (b)
*a – b* - (c)
*a × b* - (d)
*a ÷ b*

**8**. For a non-zero integer a which of the following is not defined?

- (a)
*a ÷*0 - (b) 0 ÷
*a* - (c)
*a*÷ 1 - (d) 1 ÷
*a*

**7**. If (–8) + (–8) + (–8) = *p* × (–8), then *p* is equal to

- (a) 2
- (b) 3
- (c) 1
- (d) 0

**6**. If we multiply six negative integers and six positive integers, then the resulting integer is

- (a) positive
- (b) negative
- (c) zero
- (d) None of these

**5**. If 23 × (–99) = 23 × (–100 + *y*), then the value of *y* is

- (a) 2
- (b) 3
- (c) 1
- (d) 0

**4**. If 23 × (–99) = 23 × *m* + 23 × *n*, then (*m*, *n*) is equal to

- (a) (100, –1)
- (b) (100, 1)
- (c) (–100, –1)
- (d) (–100, 1)

**3**. When –16 is divided by *q*, the quotient is 4. The value of *q* is

- (a) 4
- (b) –4
- (c) –16
- (d) 16

**2**. If *z* × (–23) = –920, then *z* is equal to

- (a) 40
- (b) –40
- (c) –23
- (d) 23

**1**. If *s* = (–9) + (–11) and *t* = (–9) – (–11), then which among the following is true?

- (a)
*s*>*t* - (b)
*s*<*t* - (c)
*s*=*t* - (d) None of these

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Sir , I am from class 8

Maths was really easy

I solved all in first attempt

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