MCQ on Polynomials – Geometrical Meaning of the Zeros of a Polynomial (Part-2) – Class 10 Chapter 2 (NCERT)

The Chapter 2 of Mathematics for Class 10 (NCERT Syllabus) is about Polynomials, Zeros or Roots of a Polynomial, Geometrical Meaning of the Zeros of a Polynomial, Relationship between Zeros and Coefficients of a Polynomial and the Division Algorithm of Polynomials. This section contains Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) related to the topic Geometrical Meaning of the Zeros of a Polynomial that is a part of Chapter 2 of NCERT Mathematics Textbook for Class 10 (Polynomials)

There will be four options for each question, and one of the four options is correct. An explanation will be provided for each question and will only appear after selecting any option. Class 10 students (NCERT or any other state or central committee) can practice these Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) of mathematics.

MCQ on Polynomials - Geometrical Meaning of the Zeros of a Polynomial (Part-2) -  Class 10 Mathematics - Chapter 2 (NCERT)

1. 
A Polynomial of degree 1 is called a

2. 
A Polynomial of degree 2 is called a

3. 
A Polynomial of degree 3 is called a

4. 
A Constant Polynomial has

5. 
The degree of a Constant Polynomial is

6. 
The degree of the Polynomial 7 is

7. 
The degree of the Polynomial \[x\] is

8. 
The degree of the Polynomial \[(x+1)(x+2)\] is

9. 
The degree of the Polynomial \[x^2+2^5\] is

10. 
If the graph of a linear \[p(x)\] cuts the x-axis at \[-2\], then the zero of the Linear Polynomial is

11. 
If the graph of a linear \[p(y)\] cuts the \[y-axis\] at \[3\], then the zero of the Linear Polynomial is

12. 
The graph of a Quadratic Polynomial \[p(x)\] cuts the \[x-axis\] at one point. The number of zeros, the Polynomial \[p(x)\] has

13. 
The graph of a Quadratic Polynomial \[p(y)\] cuts the \[x-axis\] at one point but does not cut the \[y-axis\] at any point. The number of zeros does the Quadratic Polynomial has is

14. 
The graph of a Quadratic Polynomial \[p(x)\] cuts the \[x-axis\] at two points. The number of zeros the Polynomial \[p(x)\] has is

15. 
The graph of a Quadratic Polynomial \[p(y)\] cuts the \[x-axis\] at one point and \[y-axis\] at two points. The number of zeros the polynomial \[p(y)\] has

16. 
The graph of a Polynomial \[p(x)\] cuts the \[y-axis\] at four points but does not cut the \[x-axis\]. The number of zeros the Polynomial \[p(x)\] has

17. 
The graph of a Polynomial \[p(x)\] cuts the \[x-axis\] at \[3\] points but does not cut the \[y-axis\] at any point. The number of zeros the Polynomial \[p(x)\] has

18. 
The graph of the expression \[ax^2+bx+c\] is an upward parabola, if

19. 
The graph of the expression \[ax^2+bx+c\] is a downward parabola, if

20. 
The zeros of the Polynomial \[x^2-2x-8\] are

21. 
The zeros of the Polynomial \[x^2-2\] are

22. 
The zeros of the Polynomial \[x^3-2x^2-15x\] are

23. 
The zero of the Polynomial \[p(x)=ax+b\] is

24. 
The value of the Polynomial \[p(x)=x^3-4x^2+9x-2\] when \[x=2\] is

25. 
The value of the Polynomial \[p(x)=x^3-x^2+\sqrt{2}x\] when \[x=0\] is

26. 
The value of the Polynomial \[p(x)=2\] when \[x=0\] is

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