1 
Two liner algebraic expressions joined by an inequality symbol such as >,<, >,< is called: 
 A. liner equation
 B. liner inequality
 C. absolute value equation
 D. order relation

2 
Any term of an equation may be taken to the other side with its sign changed without affection the equation is called: 
 A. factorization
 B. surd
 C. transposition
 D. transformation

3 
Root which are not the solution of the original equation but they are obtained in the solution are called: 
 A. Real roots
 B. extraneous roots
 C. constants
 D. variable solvents

4 
for any there numbers x,y and z if x > y and y> z then: 
 A. trichotomy property
 B. transitive property
 C. additive property
 D. multiplicative property

5 
The solution set of x  7< 5  2x is: 
 A. x > 4
 B. x = 4
 C. x < 4
 D. x < 4

6 
The symbol '>' stand for: 
 A. greater than
 B. less than
 C. less then or equal to
 D. greater than or equal to

7 
Any value of the variable which makes the equation a true statement is called the: 
 A. equation
 B. inequality
 C. variable
 D. solution

8 
The solution set of absolute equation lx  3l = 5 is: 
 A. (2,8)
 B. (2,8)
 C. (2,8)
 D. (2,8)

9 
If a x b = 0 then a = 0 or b = 0 (both a and b equal to zero) is called: 
 A. solution of equation
 B. law of indices
 C. law of null factor
 D. law of inverse

10 
An equation that can be written in the form ax + b = 0, a ≠ 0 where a and ab are constants and x is variable is called: 
 A. linear equation
 B. liner inequality
 C. cubic equation
 D. quadratic equation
