Problem

Multiple
statement in the form of an equation is
1. The standard form of a linear equation 7. Seven times a number is 42. Thie
(b) 7x 42
in one variable x is (a) x+ 7= 42 $\left(d\right)x-7=42$
(a) ax + b 0 (c) 7 = 42
(b) ax + bx + c = 0
(d) ax + bx + cx + dx +e = 0. 8. A number when divided by 5 gives 6.
This statement in the form of an
(c) ax+ bx + ex +d 0
Of the following, the linear equation in equation is
2. one variable x, is (a) x- 5 = 6 (b) $x+5=6$
x (b) -+ x-1 = 1 (d) 5x = 6.
(0) = 6
(a) 4 4
(d) x + 2x +3 = 0.
(c)+ 3 4 9. A number when subtracted from 40
3. The degree of the equation results into 15. This statement in the
form of an equation is
2-2x + 1 x-3 is $x-40=15$
(a) 1 (b) 2 ((ac) ) $40-x=15$ $40+x=15$ ((b) d) $40x=15$
(c) 0 (d) 3.
The statement 'on adding 10 in a 10. If 6 is added to 3 times of a number, it
becomes 15. This statement in the form
4. number, the number becomes 20' in the of an equation is
form of an equation is
(a) x - 10 = 20 (b) $x+10=20$ (a) $3x+6=15$ (b) $3x-6=15$
(c) 10x 20 (d) 10 = 20. (c) $3x+15=6$ (d) $\dfrac {3x} {6}=15$
5. If 9 is added to a number, it becomes 11. On subtracting 30 from two times a
25. This statement in the form of an number, we get 56. This statement in
equation is the form of an equation is
(a) x + 9 = 25 (b) x- 9 = 25 (a) $2x-30=56$ (b) $2x+30=56$
(c) 9x 25 (d) = 25. (c) $30-2x=56$ (d) $\dfrac {30} {2x}=56$
If 15 is subtracted from a number, it
becomes- 5. This statement in the form 12. The root of the equation $z\div 4=-8is$
of an equation is (a) 3 (b) – 32
(a) $x+15=-5$ (b) $x-15=5$ (c) 12 (d) 4.
(c) x+15 = 5 (d) $x-15=-5$

7th-9th grade

Algebra

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answer of 6th question

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6-12 qustions please solve that

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