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Chapter1: Number Systems .......................................................................................................................... 2 Level 1 ....................................................................................................................................................... 2 1.1: Introduction. ...................................................................................................................................... 2 1.2 Irrational numbers ............................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined. 1.3 Real numbers and their decimal expansions ...................................................................................... 2 1. 5 Operations on Real numbers: ............................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined. Level 2: ...................................................................................................................................................... 3

0 c. Addition c. c. 8. Multiplicative inverse of 4/5 is added to 1 and then the additive inverse of -2/15 is subtracted from the result. Which of the following is the reciprocal of ( 9. multiplication b. Subtraction d. both a and c 6. Write 10 rational numbers greater than -1/2. . Which of the following operations on rational numbers doesn’t follow commutativity? a. none 7. 0 is called the additive inverse of a rational number . Division 3. b. 7/12 and 2/9 c. -1/2 d. Which of the following is not true? a. Which is the smallest number that can be inserted between 1/4 and 5/7 a. additive identity b.2 Representation on numberline and rational numbers between 2 rational numbers 1. 8. c. Of all the numbers that can be inserted between 1/3 and 4/5. Which of the following can be a number line for rational number? 0 a. 11/15 6. Find the final answer? 7. Addition c. Reciprocal of a rational number means the same thing as its multiplicative inverse. Insert 10 rational numbers between 1/2 and1/4. 1 d. -4/3 c. ½ d. -2/3 lies on the right of -3/4 d. None 4. On the positive side. On the negative side of the number line . 9/15 b. It can also be the subtractive inverse of a rational number d. b. Which of the following number lies to the left of -5/3 on the number line? a. ……………. 8/15 d. Addition c. Multiplication b. There are either positive rational numbers or negative rational numbers. None.. -1 b. 7/15 c. 3/10 and 4/15 5. 1. -7/4 3. 9. Multiplication b. Subtraction d. Which of the following is true? a. Which of the following operations on rational numbers doesn’t follow the closure property? a. Division 4. Division 2. 1 2. numbers with greater magnitude lie on the right side of numbers with lesser magnitude. 8/28 c. Which of the following numbers lies outside 2/5 and 22/3 a. numbers with greater magnitude do lie to the left of the numbers with lesser magnitude.1Properties. Subtraction d. Use distributivity to compute: 1. 1/3 and 4/5 b.Chapter1: Linear equations in one Variable Level 1 1. 5. Insert five rational numbers between: a. Adding or subtracting me from a rational number makes no difference to the number “Who am I” a. 19/28 b. find the middle value. Which of the following operations on rational numbers doesn’t follow associativity? a.

Closure c. . Commutativity c. Associativity 8. 6 * (5 + 4) = 6 * 5 + 6 * 4 c. Distributivity d. ¼ and 5/16 b. a. Add 2/3 to 1/9. Match the columns Column A a. What must be subtracted from -2/3 to get 3/5? . 2. 1 d. 4+5 = 5+4 b. 1 and 1. ( ) ( ) (multiple) 9. 7. 1 is called the multiplicative inverse of a Rational number c. What should be added to -3/8 to get 5/12? 10.1 6. Multiply by the multiplicative inverse of 2/15. Integers are subset of rational numbers. None 4. Find five rational numbers between a. -3/4 b. Which of the following is true? a. Distributivity b. d. Express the following in p/q form? a. Find a. 7/8 and 1 c. d. b. The reciprocal of a rational number is called its multiplicative identity. Represent the following on the number line. . b.Level 2: 1. 0/7 5. ( ) ( ) Which property allows us to write LHS as RHS a. 2/9 c. find the final answer. Commutativity 3. Column B a. c. Associativity b. b. subtract the additive inverse of 1/3. d.