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- Q11. What is the LCD of 2/(x+7) and 1/7 ?7x + 49x + 777x60sM9AL-IIe-1
- Q22. What are the solutions of the equation 1/x=x/(x+2) ?1 , 2-1 , 2-1 , -21 , -260sM9AL-Ie-1
- Q33. What is the domain of (x+4)x/(x^2+4) ?{ xIx ∈R, x ≠0}{xIx ∈R}{ xIx ∈R, x ≠4}{ xIx ∈R, x ≠-4}60sM9AL-Ie-1
- Q44. Which of the following is not a restricted value of (x-5)/(〖2x〗^3+〖4x〗^2-6x) ?-321060sM9AL-Ie-1
- Q55. What is the simplest form of (m-18)/(-m+18) ?(m-18)/(-m+18)1-1-260sM9AL-Ie-1
- Q66. What is the LCD of 1/(x^2-6x+9) and 1/(x^2-9) ?(x – 3)^2(x + 3)^2(x – 3)(x + 3)(x – 3)^2(x + 3)(x + 3)60sM9AL-Ie-1
- Q77. Simplify (4-4/a)/(4+4/a) .1(a-1)/(a+1)(4a-4)/(4a+4)-160sM9AL-Ie-1
- Q88. Which equation shows d of being jointly proportional to e and f, and inversely proportional to g?d=2ef/gd=2efgd=2g/efd=2/efg60sM9AL-IIa-1
- Q99. What is the constant of variation if y varies directly with x; y = 21 when x = 7?31/3-3-1/360sM9AL-IIa-1
- Q1010. Find the constant of variation when d varies jointly with c and e; d = 324 when c = 6 and e = 3.32418660sM9AL-IIa-1
- Q1111. Which of the following is an example of an inverse variation?10 = x + yy = x^2y^2 = 3x7/x=y60sM9AL-IIa-1
- Q1212. A parallelogram with four congruent sides.trapeziumsquarerhombusrectangle60sM9GE-IIIa-1
- Q1313. A parallelogram with four congruent sides and four congruent angles.squarerhombustrapeziumrectangle60sM9GE-IIIa-1
- Q1414. A parallelogram whose both pairs of opposite sides are congruent and where all interior angles measure 90 degrees each.squaretrapeziumrhombusrectangle60sM9GE-IIIa-1
- Q1515. The parallel sides of a trapezoid.medianbasesdiagonalslegs60sM9GE-IIIa-1