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a. 2 3 2 3 f. 52 5 i. 22 2

b. The square roots of 4 are 2 g.

8

4 j. 52 5

2

2 h. 2 7 5 z2 z

2

c. The opposite of 2 is k.

d. If x is a positive number, then x is always positive. l. If x 0 , then 4 x 2 2 x

e. If x is a negative number, then x doesnt exist. m. If x 0 , then 4 x 2 2 x

II- Indicate true statements and correct false ones:

a. 10 2 10. g. 3 is the negativesquare root of 9.

52 5 1 1

b. 5

2

4. h. The square roots of: are & .

5 45 3 3

7 7

c. is thepositive squareroot of . i. 25 16 3.

3 9

25

d. 0.05. j. If x 2 5 then, x 25 or x 25.

100

9

0.3. k. If x 2 3 then x 9.

2

e.

100

9

f. 1. l. If x 2 102 then it is impossible tofind valueof x.

9

III- i- Complete the following table:

Compute the numerical values of For x 1 For x 0 For x 3 For x 5

A ( x 2)2

IV- Write the following in the form of a b (where a & b are two strictly positive real numbers) .

a ) 32 b) 2500 c) 0.009

d ) 5 11 33 e) 5 6 15 f ) 2 10 3 35

Show that points A, B and C are collinear.

8th Grade, Sec- B & C. Mathematics. W.S-7. Square roots Page 1 of 4

VI- Choose for each question the only correct answer that corresponds to it, with justification.

Expected answers

No. Questions

a B c

Among these numbers

One irrational Two irrational Three irrational

1. 9

2 , 39, , there is number numbers numbers

3

2. 0.4 2.14 2.54 2.58 2.418

17

3. 2 2 2 2 20 40

4

2

4. 0.4 0.2 0 .2

3

13 5 1

5. 7.1 1

6 3 2

A 6 2 5

6. If then A B 16 4 4

B 6 2 5

4 A rational An irrational

2

7. 2 2 2 1 2 1 is An integer

number number

Given a triangle ABC of sides

triangle ABC triangle ABC is

6 2 triangle ABC

8. AB 2 3 cm , AC and is isosceles at right and

2 is scalene

B isosceles at A

BC 1 3 cm, then

9. If x 0, then 16 x 2 9 x 2 7x 5x 5x

AC 200 3 2.

i- For what values of a & b are the sides of the given triangle defined? Explain.

ii- Evaluate a & b ,so that a 0& b 3.

VIII- Fill with the appropriate number:

i. 2 .... 3. ii. 3 6 .... 11. iii. 64 36 .....

iv. 25 .... 3. v. 480 3 .... 21.

IX- Write the following expressions without radicals, if possible:

A

42 13 52

2

C 32 3 2 7 2

2

E 6 21 13 7 4

23 52 2 8 3 128

2

B 2 D3 F 11 2 8 13 9

27 4 3

X- Reduce the following:

A 2 7 3 7 7 5 7.

B 6 2 7 72 5 50.

C 2 3 4 2 5 3 7 2.

D 3 7 7 28 6 63 2 700 12 7 .

XI- Simplify:

A 5 2 3 2 6 .

B 3 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 .

C 3 2 2 12 2 D

2 2

3 2 .

E 2 2 3 3 5 2 5 2 27 .

XII- Solve each of the following equations, if possible:

a. x 2 9 d. 9 x 2 25 0 g. x 1.2 j. x 1 3

b. x 2 1600 e. x 1 49 h. x 3 2 k. x 16 5

2

45

c. x 2 f. x 2 4 0 i. x 25 4

16

XIII- Simplify the following expressions, such that x, y, z, a, b, c, & n are positive integers.

4 5 6 3 2 9 x 7 y15

a. x y z b. 2 xy 25 x y c. .

16a13b 5

xy 8 xy 10 n 10 n 2 n

d. 3 5 e. 2 n1 . f. 9 22n .

9bc bc 3 3 3

XIV- Answer by True or False with justification and correct the false statements:

2

2

1. Given that a 3 3 and b 1 3 , then 3. a

b

1 4735

2. If A 15.45 , then can be written in the form: A .

3 103

XV- Compare the following:

a. A 5 2 & B 7 2 d. A 5 7 7 & B 4 6 7

b. C 3 2 & D 2 3 e. C 7 2 5 & D 5 3 5

c. R 4 5 & N 5 3

XVI- The dimensions of a rectangle are: r 7 2 5 and n 3 5.

a. Compute the expression: r n.

b. Deduce which of the dimensions r or n represents the width of the rectangle.

c. Find the length of the rectangle's diagonal.

d. Calculate the area and the perimeter of the given rectangle.

8th Grade, Sec- B & C. Mathematics. W.S-7. Square roots Page 3 of 4

XVII- Let x b e a real number defined by: x 8 2 7 8 2 7

a- Compare 8 2 7 and 8 2 7 . Deduce the sign of x. (1pt)

b- Show that x 2 4 . Deduce the value of x .

XVIII- Rationalize denominator of the following:

2 3 2 3 1 3

a. b. c. d.

3 2 5 5 7 2

52 1 3 5

e. f. g. h.

3 3 1 5 13 2 11 2

1 3 5 3

i. j. k. l. .

2 3 2 3 3 2 3 7 52 3

73 5

2

XIX- Consider the following expressions: X and Y 2 5

3 5

a. Show that: X Y

73 5 4 5 5

b. Prove that: is an integer.

3 5 5

XX- Consider the two numbers: x 5 2 & y 5 2.

1 1

a. Show that x y .

x y

b. Let A 2( 3 1) and B 2 3.

c. Show that A2 + B2 is an integer.

For the gifted: you try it, and definitely you can do it on your own.

Youll be rewarded.

A circular target has a diameter of 1m. A smaller circle is placed within the

target. What should the diameter of the smaller circle be if a complete

beginner has the chance to hit the inner circle as often he or she hits the

outer circle. (Draw a sketch of your own)

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