first degree equations

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Mathematical expression ‘3y-10 = 22-5y’ is an example of

Mathematical expression ‘3y-10 = 22-5y’ is an example of
  • A. one degree equation
  • B. two degree equation
  • C. equation
  • D. in-equation
  • Correct Answer: Option C

Equation solved roots which are not actual roots of original equation are classified as

Equation solved roots which are not actual roots of original equation are classified as
  • A. extrinsic roots
  • B. intrinsic roots
  • C. extraneous roots
  • D. false roots
  • Correct Answer: Option C

Values of variables that make equation true are classified as

Values of variables that make equation true are classified as
  • A. roots of equation
  • B. value of equation
  • C. solution of equation
  • D. degree of equation
  • Correct Answer: Option A

Value of ‘y’ in equation ‘3y-10 = 22-5y’ is equal to zero is said to be its

Value of ‘y’ in equation ‘3y-10 = 22-5y’ is equal to zero is said to be its
  • A. solution of equation
  • B. degree of equation
  • C. roots of equation
  • D. not root of equation
  • Correct Answer: Option D

First degree equation with one variable ‘3(x-3) = 2(x+4)’ if solved for x then value of variable is

First degree equation with one variable ‘3(x-3) = 2(x+4)’ if solved for x then value of variable is
  • A. −12
  • B. 12
  • C. 15
  • D. −15
  • Correct Answer: Option C