CBSE Class 10 Mathematics SA1 Revision (2)
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ONE MARK QUESTIONS
1. State Euclid’s Division Lemma ?
2. State Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic’s.
3. Condition required for decimal representation to be non-terminating.
4. Condition required for decimal representation to be terminating.
5. Define irrational number and give an example.
6. What is called ‘ a quadratic polynomial.
7. Define linear polynomial.
8. What is the meaning of degree of polynomial
9. Define zero of a polynomial.
10. What is the geometric meaning of the zeroes of a polynomial.
11. State the relationship between zeroes and coefficients of a quadratic polynomial.
12. What is the formula connecting Dividend, Divisor, Quotient and Remainder.
13. State division Algorithm for polynomials.
14. How many zeroes can a quadratic polynomial have in general.
15. How many zeroes can a cubic polynomial have.
16. What is the shape of a linear polynomial graph.
17. What is the shape of a quadratic polynomial graph.
18. In general polynomial p(x) of degree n crosses the x-axis at most in how many points.
19. Write Discriminant of a quadratic polynomial.
20. If the value of the Discriminant is greater than zero, the graph of p(x) = ax2 + bx + c will intersect the x – axis at how many points.
21. If the value of the D (Discriminant) is greater than zero, the graph of p(x) =
ax2 + bx + c will touch the x-axis at how many points.
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