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# Algebra MCQs questions and answers

Algebra related question questions are an essential part of Quantitative Reasoning section of all types of entry tests.NTS NAT Tests and GAT tests also include Algebra questions and answers.

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## Quiz #1 EQUATIONS

Forty-five together with nine-fifths of a number is twice the number.What is the number?
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A number is three times larger when 10 is added to it.What is the number?
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Which value of x will make this number sentence false? x ≥ 8
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The statement x + y = y + x is an example of what number property?
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In the equation 4p – 10 – 2p = 16, what is p equal to?
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The product of two and four more than three times a number is 20.What is the number?
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To solve for an unknown in an equation, you must always.....
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Nineteen more than a certain number is 63. What is the number?
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What is the value of the expression ab – 3c when a = −4, b = 5 and c = −3?
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Fifty plus three times a number is 74.What is the number?
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The questions asked are of two types:
1. Algebra Equation questions:
2. Algebra word problems

## Algebra Equation questions

Have a look on the question below:

Which of the following represents the factors
of the trinomial x² + 6x + 9?
a. x(x + 9)
b. (x + 6)(x + 9)
c. (x + 3)(x + 6)
d. (x + 3)²

This is an example of Algebra equation question which are asked in Entry tests. These types of questions can be solved by simplifying the equation into further steps.

## Algebra Word Problems questions

Have a look on the question below:

Six pounds of a dried fruit mixture which costs
\$3 per pound and 1½ pounds of nuts costing
\$7 per pound are mixed together.What is the
cost per pound of this mixture?
a. \$1.33
b. \$3.80
c. \$5.25
d. \$8.75

This is an example of Algebra word problems question which are asked in Entry tests. These types of questions can be solved by converting the data & information in the questions into equations and then simplifying the equations.