1 
The number of terms in a standard quadratic equitation ax<sup>2</sup>+bx+c=0 is: 

2 
In ax<sup>2</sup>+b+c, the coefficient of x<sup>2</sup> is: 

3 
An equation of the type 3<sup>x</sup>+3<sup>2x</sup>+6 = 0 is called a/an: 
 A. Reciprocal equation
 B. Radical equation
 C. Exponential equation
 D. None of these

4 
In equation ax<sup>4</sup>+bx<sup>2</sup>+c=0, we replace: 
 A. x<sup>2</sup> = y
 B. x= y
 C. x<sup>4</sup>= y
 D. x<sup>3</sup>= y

5 
The standard form of quadratic equation is: 
 A. x<sup>2</sup>+6=7x
 B. x<sup>2</sup>7x=6
 C. 7x+6=x<sup>2</sup>
 D. x<sup>2</sup>7x+6=0

6 
A root of an equation, which do not satisfy the given equation is called: 
 A. Endogenous root
 B. Extraneous root
 C. Internal root
 D. Radical root

7 
An equation of the type 3<sup>x</sup>+3<sup>2x</sup>+6=0 is a/an _____ equation: 
 A. Radical
 B. Exponential equation
 C. Reciprocal
 D. None of these

8 
Quadratic equation is also known as equation of: 
 A. Standard form
 B. Polynomials
 C. Second degree
 D. Higher order

9 
Standard form of quadratic equation is: 

10 
An equation of the type 2<sup>x</sup> + 64.2<sup>x</sup>  20 = 0 is called: 
 A. Exponential equation
 B. Reciprocalequation
 C. Radicalequation
 D. Linearequation
