**Last Updated**: 9 July 2021

Before we solve multiple-choice questions on Algebra, let’s first learn what is Algebra?

The branch of mathematics where we study numbers is called Arithmetic. The branch of mathematics where we study shapes is called geometry and the branch of mathematics where we study the letters and other general symbols are called Algebra.

Algebras can be used to represent numbers and quantities in formulae and equations.

The use of letters helps us in numerous ways

- We can write rules and formulae by using letters.
- We can discuss any number and not only a specific number.
- Unknown quantities can be represented by letters.
- As we can represent letters for numbers, numerous operations can be performed on letters as on numbers.

By learning the methods for determining the unknown values we can develop powerful tools for solving puzzles and many day-to-day life problems.

**GK Maths MCQ’s On Algebra For Kids**

There are 5 sets, Each set contains 10 Questions. The Answers are given below every set. |

SET 1 |

**1. The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “V”?**

A) 3n

B) 4n

C) 2n

D) 5n

**2. The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “U”?**

A) 5n

B) 4n

C) 3n

D) 2n

**3.** **The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “T”?**

A) 5n

B) 4n

C) 3n

D) 2n

**4.** **The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “L”?**

A) 1n

B) 4n

C) 6n

D) 2n

**5.** **The number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “A”?**

A) 5n

B) 2n

C) 3n

D) 4n

**6.** **The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “E”?**

A) 5n

B) 2n

C) 6n

D) 4n

**7.** **The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “△”?**

A) 2n

B) 1n

C) 3n

D) 4n

**8. The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “C”?**

A) 4n

B) 1n

C) 3n

D) 2n

**9. The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “☐”?**

A) 4n

B) 6n

C) 5n

D) 2n

**10. The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the matchstick pattern “S”?**

A) 4n

B) 5n

C) 6n

D) 7n

Answers |

1. C | 2. C | 3. D | 4. D | 5. A |

6. A | 7. C | 8. C | 9. A | 10. B |

SET 2 |

**11. The side of an Equilateral Triangle is “m”. What is its Perimeter?**

A) m

B) 2m

C) 3m

D) 4m

**12.** **The side of the square is “m”. What is its Perimeter?**

A) 2m

B) 3m

C) 6m

D) 4m

**13. The rule, which gives the number of matchsticks required to make the match stick pattern “Z”?**

A) 3n

B) 4n

C) 6n

D) 2n

**14. Which of the following is an expression with numbers only?**

A) 2x

B) 1-x

C) x+1

D) 3

**15. Which of the following is an expression with numbers only?**

A) 2X3-4x

B) 4X5-10x

C) 2(4-2)+6X5

D) x/2

**16. The radius of a circle is “r”. What is its diameter?**

A) 2r

B) 3r

C) r

D) 4r

**17.** **The side of a regular hexagon is “a”. What is its Perimeter?**

A) 6a

B) 5a

C) 12a

D) 6b

**18. The length of an edge of a cube is “b”.** **What is the total length of its edges?**

A) 10b

B) 12b

C) 11b

D) 13b

**19. The side of a regular pentagon is “a”. What is its Perimeter?**

A) 3a

B) 4a

C) 5a

D) 2a

**20. The expression for p when multiplied by -10?**

A) -10p

B) -10/9

C) 10-p

D) p-10

Answers |

11. C | 12. D | 13. A | 14. D | 15. C |

16. A | 17. A | 18. B | 19. C | 20. A |

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SET 3 |

**21. The** **expression for “-p” when divided by 9?**

A) -p/9

B) -p+9

C) 9+p

D) -9p

**22.** **The** **expression for “-p” when multiplied by 2?**

A) -p+2

B) -2p

C) 2+p

D) -p-2

**23. The** **expression for 1 subtracted from p?**

A) 1-p

B) -p+1

C) 1-p

D) p-1

**24. Which of the following is not an expression with numbers only?**

A) 2/(5-1)+1

B) (4X3)+2

C) 2X5+4X5

D) 2x+1

**25. The expression for 1 when added to P?**

A) -1-P

B) P+1

C) Px1

D) P/1

**26. The expression for 1 added to “-P”?**

A) 1-P

B) 1+P

C) P/1

D) P+1

**27. The expression for 1 subtracted from “-P”?**

A) P-1

B) 1-P

C) -P-1

D) -P+1

**28. The expression for p multiplied by 2?**

A) p/2

B) 2p

C) p

D) p+2

**29. The expression for p divided by 6?**

A) 6/P

B) 6XP

C) P/6

D) 6P/1

**30. The expression for P multiplied by 2 in addition to R?**

A) 2PR+R

B) 2RP

C) 2R+P

D) 2P+R

Answers |

21. A | 22. B | 23. D | 24. D | 25. B |

26. A | 27. C | 28. B | 29. C | 30. D |

SET 4 |

**31. The expression when 1 is added to 2P?**

A) 2P-1

B) 2P+1

C) 2P

D) P+1P

**32. The expression for 1 subtracted from 2P?**

A) 2P-1

B) -2P-1

C) P-2

D) 1- 2P

**33. If Andrew’s present age is x years, what will be his age after 20 years from now?**

A) 20x

B) 20

C) x+20

D) x

**34. The expression for 2 times x from which 1 is subtracted?**

A) 2x-1

B) -1-20x

C) -2x-1

D) 1-2x

**35. The expression for x is divided by -2 and the result is added to 1? **

A) 1-2/x

B) 1+2/x

C) -1-x/2

D) 1-x/2

**36. The expression for x is divided by 2 and the result is added to 1?**

A) 2/x+1

B) 1+x/2

C) 1+x

D) x+1

**37. The salary of Krishna is two times the salary of Mahesh (which is ₹x), then the salary of Krishna is?**

A) 2x

B) 3x

C) x

D) 2+x

**38. If the age of Ram is two times the age of Sham. What is the age of Ram?**

A) 2x

B) 2x+1

C) 2

D) x+2

**39. If Rani’s present age is x years, what was her age 10 years back?**

A) 10

B) 10+x

C) x-10

D) 10-x

**40. If Rani’s present age is x years, what was her age after 15 years from now?**

A) x+20

B) 15

C) x+15

D) 15x

Answers |

31. B | 32. A | 33. C | 34. A | 35. D |

36. B | 37. A | 38. A | 39. C | 40. C |

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SET 5 |

**41. Which of the following is an equation in a variable?**

A) 10/2=5

B) 2×3+2×1=8

C) 2×4=8

D) 3P=2

**42. Which of the following is an equation in a variable?**

A) 2<10

B) 3>12

C) x-1=0

D) 2+3=3+2

**43. Solve: P+1=2**

A) 1

B) -1

C) 2

D) -2

**44. Solve: m-2=3**

A) 2

B) 1

C) 5

D) -3

**45. Solve: y/3=5**

A) 20

B) 21

C) 5

D) 15

**46. Solve: 3Z=9**

A) 6

B) 9

C) 3

D) 1

**47. Solve: m/2+5=7**

A) 5

B) 9

C) 10

D) 4

**48. Solve: 7U=21**

A) 7

B) 21

C) 3

D) 7/21

**49. Solve: K-3=3**

A) -9

B) 0

C) 3

D) 6

**50. Solve: r+5=5**

A) 0

B) 1

C) 2

D) -5

Answers |

41. D | 42. C | 43. A | 44. C | 45. D |

46. C | 47. D | 48. C | 49. D | 50. A |

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