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## MCQs on Class 8 Factorisation

Multiple choice questions (MCQs) are given for Class 8 Factorisation chapter. All the questions have to be solved by students, and then they need to select the right answer.

**1. The factorisation of 12a2b+15ab2 gives:**

A. 3ab(4ab+5)

B. 3ab(4a+5b)

C. 3a(4a+5b)

D. 3b(4a + 5b) **2. The factorisation of 12x+36 is**

A. 12(x+3)

B. 12(3x)

C. 12(3x+1)

D. x(12+36x)

**3. On factorising 14pq + 35pqr, we get:**

A. pq(14+35r)

B. p(14q+35qr)

C. q(14p+35pr)

D. 7pq(2+5r)

**4. The factors of 6xy – 4y + 6 – 9x are:**

A. (3x + 2) (2y + 3)

B. (3x – 2) (2y – 3)

C. (3x – 2) (2y + 3)

D. (3x –+2) (2y – 3)

**5. The factors of x2+xy+8x+8y are:**

A. (x+y) (x+8)

B. (2x+y) (x+8)

C. (x+2y) (x+8)

D. (x+y) (2x+8)

**6. The factors of 4y2 – 12y + 9 is:**

A. (2y+3)2

B. (2y-3)2

C. (2y-3)(2y+3)

D. None of the above

**7. The factors of 49p2 – 36 are:**

A. (7p+6)2

B. (7p-6)2

C. (7p – 6 ) ( 7p + 6)

D. None of the above

**8. The factors of m2 – 256 are:**

A. (m + 4)2

B. (m – 4)2

C. (m – 4) (m+4)

D. None of the above

**9. When we factorise x2+5x+6, then we get:**

A. (x +2) (x + 3)

B. (x – 2) (x – 3)

C. (x × 2) + (x × 3)

D. (x × 2) – (x × 3)

**10. The factors of 3m2 + 9m + 6 are:**

A. (m + 1) (m + 2)

B. 3(m + 1) (m + 2)

C. 6(m + 1) (m + 2)

D. 9(m + 1) (m + 2)

**11. The common factor of a3b3 and ab2 is:**

A. a2b2

B. ab2

C. a2b

D. ab

**12. The common factor of a3b2 and a4b is:**

A. a4b2

B. a4b

C. a3b2

D. a3b

**13. The common factor 12a and 30 is:**

A.6

B. 12

C. 30

D. 6a

**4. The common factors of 10a, 20b and 30c are:**

A. ab

B. ac

C. 10abc

D. 10

**15. The common factor of 6x3y4z2, 21x2y and 15x3 is:**

A. 3x2

B. 3x3

C. 6x3

D. 6x2