1 
An identity is: 
 A. An equation
 B. A polynomial
 C. A fraction
 D. A ratio

2 

 A. <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="fontsize: 10.5pt; lineheight: 107%; fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif"; backgroundimage: initial; backgroundposition: initial; backgroundsize: initial; backgroundrepeat: initial; backgroundattachment: initial; backgroundorigin: initial; backgroundclip: initial;">Proper fraction <o:p></o:p></span></p>
 B. <span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";">Rational fraction</span>
 C. <span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";">Improper fraction</span>
 D. <span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";">Irrational fraction</span><span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";"></span>

3 
To resolve rational fraction, the numerator N(x) must be lower degree than the: 
 A. Quotient Q(x)
 B. Denominator D(x)
 C. Nenomenator N(x)
 D. Polynomian R(x)

4 

 A. <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="fontsize: 10.5pt; lineheight: 107%; fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif"; backgroundimage: initial; backgroundposition: initial; backgroundsize: initial; backgroundrepeat: initial; backgroundattachment: initial; backgroundorigin: initial; backgroundclip: initial;">Proper fraction <o:p></o:p></span></p>
 B. <span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";"></span><span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";">Improper fraction</span>
 C. <span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";">Irrational fraction</span><span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";"></span>
 D. <span style="fontfamily: Arial, "sansserif";">Rational fraction</span>

5 
To resolve rational fraction, multiply both sides by: 
 A. H.C.F
 B. An even, number
 C. L.C.M
 D. An odd number

6 
The quotient is indicated by a: 
 A. Comma (,)
 B. Bracket ( )
 C. Bar ()
 D. Hyphen (!)

7 
A fraction in which the degree of the numerator is greater or equal to the degree of denominator is called: 
 A. A proper fraction
 B. An improper fraction
 C. An equation
 D. Algebraic relation

8 

 A. An improper fraction
 B. An equation
 C. A proper fraction
 D. None of these

9 
(x+3)<sup>2</sup> = x<sup>2</sup> + 6x + 9 is: 
 A. A linear equation
 B. An equation
 C. An identity
 D. None of these

10 

 A. An equation system
 B. A constant
 C. A quadratic equation
 D. An identity
