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Quadratic Equation

1.The roots of the equation

2/3 1/3

2 0 x x + ÷ = are

(a)1,4 (b)1,-4 (c)1,-8 (d)1,8 .

2.The solution set of the equation

( )

2

log 1

9

x

x

x

÷

= is

(a)

{ } 2, 4 ÷ (b)

{ } 4 (c)

{ } 0, 2, 4 ÷ (d)N.O.T. .

3.The roots of the given equation

( ) ( ) ( )

2

0 p q x q r x r p ÷ + ÷ + ÷ = are

(a) ,1

p q

r p

÷

÷

(b) ,1

q r

p q

÷

÷

(c) ,1

r p

p q

÷

÷

(d)1,

q r

p q

÷

÷

.

4.If a root of the equation

2

12 0 x px + + = is 4, while the roots of the equation

2

0 x px q + + = are same,

then the value of q will be

(a)4 (b)4/49 (c)49/4 (d)N.O.T. .

5.How many roots of the equation

2 2

1

1 1

x

x x

÷ = ÷

÷ ÷

have

(a)one (b)two (c)infinite (d)none .

6.The value of

1

2

1

2

2 .......

+

+

+ ·

is

(a)1 2 ÷ (b)1 2 + (c)1 2 ± (d)N.O.T. .

7.If

1 2 3

, , x x x are distinct roots of the equation

2

0, ax bx c + + = then

(a) 0, a b c R = = e (b) 0, a c b R = = e (c)

2

4 0 b ac ÷ > (d) 0 a b c = = = .

8.The number of solution of

( )

( )

2

log5 log 1

2

log 2

x

x

+ +

=

÷

is

(a)2 (b)3 (c)1 (d)N.O.T. .

9.If the roots of the given equation

( )

2 2 2 2

1 2 0 m x amx a b + + + ÷ = be equal, then

(a)

( )

2 2 2

1 0 a b m + + = (b)

( )

2 2 2

1 0 b a m + + = (c)

( )

2 2 2

1 0 a b m ÷ + = (d)

( )

2 2 2

1 0 b a m ÷ + = .

10.If 0, a b c + + = then the roots of the equation

2

4 3 2 0 ax bx c + + = are , if , , a b c R

+

e

(a)equal (b)imaginary (c)real (d)N.O.T. .

11.The value of k for which

2

2 8 0 x kx x ÷ + + = has equal and real roots are

(a)-9 and -7 (b)9 and 7 (c)-9 and 7 (d)9 and -7 .

12.If a and b are the odd integers, then the roots of the equation

( )

2

2 2 0, 0, ax a b x b a + + + = = will be

(a)rational (b)irrational (c)non-real (d)equal .

13.All the values of m for which both roots of the equation

2 2

2 1 0 x mx m ÷ + ÷ = are greater than -2 but less

than 4, lie in the interval

(a) 2 0 m ÷ < < (b) 3 m> (c) 1 3 m ÷ < < (d)1 4 m < < .

14.Roots of the equation

2 2

2 5 1 0, 5 2 0 x x x x ÷ + = + + = are

(a)reciprocal and of same sign (b)reciprocal and of opposite sign(c)equal in product (d)N.O.T. .

15.The value of m for which the equation 1

a b

x a m x b m

+ =

+ + + +

has roots equal in magnitude but

opposite in sign is

(a)

a b

a b

+

÷

(b)0 (c)

a b

a b

÷

+

(d)

( ) 2 a b

a b

÷

+

.

16.The least integer k which makes the roots of the equation

2

5 0 x x k + + = imaginary is

(a)4 (b)5 (c)6 (d)7 .

17.If one root of

2

5 13 0 x x k + + = is reciprocal of the other, then k =

(a)0 (b)5 (c)1/6 (d)6 .

18.If , o | are the roots of the equation

2

0 ax bx c + + = then the equation whose roots are

1 1

, and o |

| o

+ + is

(a)

( ) ( )

2

2

0 acx a c bx a c + + + + = (b)

( ) ( )

2

2

0 abx a c bx a c + + + + =

(c) ( ) ( )

2

2

0 acx a b cx a c + + + + = (d)N.O.T. .

19.If and o | be the roots of the equation

( )

2 2 2

2 2 0, x a b x a b + + + + = then the equation whose roots are

( ) ( )

2 2

and o | o | + ÷ is

(a)

( )

2

2 2 2

2 0 x abx a b ÷ ÷ ÷ = (b)

( )

2

2 2 2

4 0 x abx a b ÷ ÷ ÷ = (c)

( )

2

2 2 2

4 0 x abx a b ÷ + ÷ = (d)N.O.T. .

20.If the sum of the roots of the equation

2

0 ax bx c + + = be equal to the sum of their squares, then

(a)

( ) 2 a a b bc + = (b)

( ) 2 c a c ab + = (c)

( ) 2 b a b ac + = (d)

( ) b a b ac + = .

21.If , o | are the roots of the equation

2

0, x ax b + + = then the value of

3 3

o | + is equal to

(a)

( )

3

3 a ab ÷ + (b)

3

3 a ab + (c)

3

3 a ab ÷ + (d)

3

3 a ab ÷ .

22.If the roots of the equation

2 2

2 2 6 0 x mx m m + + ÷ + = are same, then the value of m will be

(a)3 (b)0 (c)2 (d)-1 .

23.If the roots of the equation

2

0 , , ax bx c are o | + + = then the value of

2 2

o| o | o| + + will be

(a)

( )

2

c a b

a

÷

(b)0 (c)

2

bc

a

÷ (d)N.O.T. .

24.Roots of the equation

( )

2

0 , 0 x bx c b c + ÷ = > are

(a)both positive (b)both negative (c)of opposite sign (d)N.O.T. .

25.If p and q are the roots of

2

0, x px q + + = then

(a) 1, 2 p q = = ÷ (b) 2, 1 p q = ÷ = (c) 1, 0 p q = = (d) 2, 0 p q = ÷ = .

26.

( ) ( )

2

2 1 1 0. x p x p ÷ + + ÷ = If , o | o| ÷ = then what is the value of p

(a)1 (b)2 (c)3 (d)-2 .

27.If the sum of the roots of the quadratic equation

2

0 ax bx c + + = is equal to the sum of the squares of

their reciprocals, then

2

2

b bc

ac a

+ =

(a)2 (b)-2 (c)1 (d)-1 .

28.If the roots of equation

2

0 x px q + + = differ by 1, then

(a)

2

4 p q = (b)

2

4 1 p q = + (c)

2

4 1 p q = ÷ (d)N.O.T. .

29.Sum of roots is -1 and sum of their reciprocals is

1

,

6

then equation is

(a)

2

6 0 x x + ÷ = (b)

2

6 0 x x ÷ + = (c)

2

6 1 0 x x + + = (d)

2

6 1 0 x x ÷ + = .

30.If A.M. of the roots of a quadratic equation is 8/5 and A.M. of their reciprocals is 8/7, then the equation is

(a)

2

5 16 7 0 x x ÷ + = (b)

2

7 16 5 0 x x ÷ + = (c)

2

7 16 8 0 x x ÷ + = (d)

2

3 12 7 0 x x ÷ + = .

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