# Mathematics 8- 2nd Quarter Summative Test

## Quiz by Osmundo Siapian

Mathematics

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40 questions
• Q1

Which DOES NOT belong to the group?

C. y ≥ 2

B. y < 2

D. y = 2

A. y > 2

60s
M8AL-IIa-2
• Q2

What is a linear inequality?

B. It is a mathematical statement that uses the symbol >, <, ≥, or ≤.

C. both A and B

A. It is a mathematical statement that uses the symbol =.

D. not A nor B

60s
• Q3

Which is a linear inequality in 2 variables?

D. 1 + 1 > 2

C. a > 2

A. a + 1 > 2

B. a + b > 2

60s
• Q4

Which linear inequality has a broken line graph ?

D. a + b ≤ 7

B. a + b ≥ 7

C. a + b = 7

A. a + b > 7

60s
• Q5

Which linear inequality has a solid line graph?

C. a + b = 7

D. a + b ≤ 7

B. a + b < 7

A. a + b > 7

60s
• Q6

Which is a solution of the inequality x + 2y ≥ 1?

C. (-4,1)

A. (-3,-3)

B. (2,3)

D. (-5,-4)

60s
• Q7

Which is NOT a solution of the inequality x – 2y ≤ 1?

B. (2,-3)

D. (5,4)

C. (-4,1)

A. (3,3)

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• Q8

Which pair satisfies x + y > 5 and x – y ≤ 2?

D. (-1,-1)

C. (2,8)

B. (-4,6)

A. (0,0)

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• Q9

Which pair DOES NOT satisfy x + 2y > 5 and 2x – y ≤ 2?

D. (5,1)

C. (2,8)

A. (3, -3)

B. (-4,6)

60s
• Q10

Enteng bought 3 apples and 4 oranges. The total amount he paid was at least ₱120. If x represents the number of apples and y the number of oranges, which mathematical statement represents the given situation?

B. 3x + 4y ≤ 120

C. 3x + 4y > 120

D. 3x + 4y < 120

A. 3x + 4y ≥ 120

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• Q11

What do we call the set of all second elements in ordered pairs?

D. abscissa

C. domain

A. ordinate

B. range

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• Q12

What is the set of all first entries in ordered pairs?

A. ordinate

B. range

D. abscissa

C. domain

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• Q13

Which set of ordered pairs represents a function?

B. {(1,-1),(1,-2),(1,-3)}

A. {(-1,2),(-3,4),(-5,6)}

C. {(2,-3),(1,-3),(2,3)}

D. {(0,-1),(1,-2),(0,-3)}

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• Q14

What is the relation of the set of ordered pairs {(2,-3),(1,0),(2,3)}?

C. One to Many

A. One to One

B. Many to One

D. Many to Many

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• Q15

What is the relation of the set of ordered pairs {(-1,-1), (1,1), (-2,-2), (2,2)} ?

A. One to One

B. Many to One

C. One to Many

D. Many to Many

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