Maths is an important subject for all students, atleast up to Class 10. After Grade 10, students move to higher education based on their choice of subjects. But still, the fundamentals of Mathematics are utilised in all levels of education. Class 10 Maths holds an important base for the concepts which are taught to us in the next level of studies. Hence, it is very important for students to learn Maths and clear their base concept with the help of solving MCQs (multiple choice questions) given here in this article. These questions are prepared as per the latest CBSE syllabus for the Class 10 academic session 2022 – 2023.
Students can quickly revise the chapter Polynomials chapter before exams by going through the MCQs given here. Also, they can find Class 10 Maths MCQs for all the chapters with us. Before we solve these objective questions, let us first understand the term “polynomials”, in brief.
What are Polynomials?
In Mathematics, polynomials are those algebraic expressions that include variables, constants, exponents and coefficients combined with the arithmetic operators such as ‘+’ and ‘-’. For example, 2x + 3y – 8 is a polynomial where x and y are the variables, 2 and 3 are the coefficients and 8 is the constant.
The word polynomial is the combination of two words viz., Poly and Nominal. Here, ‘poly means many’ and ‘nominal means terms’. In the above example, 2x + 3y – 8, 2x, 3y and -8 are the terms of the given expressions.
Based on the number of terms, the polynomials are classified into different groups. They are:
- Monomial – An algebraic expression with a single term. For e.g., 2x, 3y, -9z, etc.
- Binomial – An algebraic expression with two terms. For e.g., 2x + 2, 3y – 4, etc.
- Trinomial – An algebraic expression with three terms. For e.g., 3x + 4y – 10.
Class 10 Maths MCQs on Polynomials
The concept of polynomials is crucial to learn since most algebraic-related concepts are based on it. Class 10 Maths Chapter 2 Polynomials MCQs provided here will help students to go through the concept broadly and enhance their knowledge. Each question will have multiple answers, of which only one is correct. After solving the questions, students have to choose the right answer.
Solving these MCQs will also help students to boost their confidence in the chapter polynomial and develop their problem-solving skills. Therefore, it is advisable for students that they solve the MCQs on their own before reaching out for the answers. This way, they can quickly solve the questions in the examinations too.