# Factorisation – Class 08 Maths | Free Online MCQ Test GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

1. You have 30 minutes to complete the test.
2. The test contains 15 questions.
3. There is no negative marking, so no any marks will be deduct for a wrong answer.
4. You can change your answer by clicking on some other option.
5. You can unmark your answer by clicking on the Deselect button.
6. Donot refresh or back page after disconnect to internet, while you may proceed your exam. On disconnect avoid to attempt multiple choice many answer.
7. You can mark a question for reviewing it later by clicking on the Mark for review button. Once clicked, the button changes to “Unmark for review”. Click Unmark for review to unmark the question.
8. You can move back and forth between the questions by clicking the buttons Previous and Next respectively.
9. A Number list of all questions appears at the right hand side of the screen. You can access the questions in any order within a section or across sections by clicking on the question number given on the number list.
10. You can use rough sheets while taking the test. Calculators, log tables, dictionaries, or any other printed/online reference material during the test will be as per instructions.
11. Do not click the button Submit Test before completing the test. A test once submitted cannot be resumed.

## 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 4y– 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

• I bring to you the BEST for students of Class 9th - 12th. I (Balkishan Agrawal) aim at providing complete preparation for CBSE Board Exams (Maths) along with several other competitive examinations like NTSE, NSO, NSEJS, PRMO, etc. & Maths Reasoning, Vedic Maths at the school level. Wishing you great learning in all aspects of your life!

error: Content is protected !! 