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Maths Quest Year 10 for Victoria Chapter 5 Quadratic graphs Test Yourself 1

Test Yourself Chapter 5 Quadratic graphs


Name: ___________________________
All Multiple Choice
1 The translation required to change
y = x
2
into y = x
2
4 is:
A 4 units up
B 4 units down
C 4 units right
D 4 units left
E none of the above
B
2 The translation required to change
y = x
2
into y = (x 4)
2
is:
A 4 units up
B 4 units down
C 4 units right
D 4 units left
E none of the above
C
3 The equation of the parabola shown
below could be:
A y = x
2
+ 1
B y = x
2
1
C y = (x + 1)
2
D y = (x 1)
2
E none of the above
A
4 The equation of the parabola shown
below could be:
A y = x
2
+ 2
D
B y = x
2
2
C y = (x + 2)
2
D y = (x 2)
2
E none of the above
5 Which of the following parabolas will
be the widest?
A y = 0.5x
2
B y = x
2
C y = 2x
2
D y = 5x
2
E y = 0.2x
2
E
6
The turning point of the graph y = 3 x
2
is:
A (0, 3)
B (0, 3)
C (3, 0)
D (3, 0)
E (0, 0)
A
7 The turning point of the graph y = 3x
2
is:
A (0, 3)
B (0, 3)
C (3, 0)
D (3, 0)
E (0, 0)
E
8 The equation of the graph shown below
is:
A y = 4 x
2
B y = x
2
4
A
Maths Quest Year 10 for Victoria Chapter 5 Quadratic graphs Test Yourself 2
C y = 4x
2
D y = x
2
2
E y = x
2
+ 2
9 Which of the following parabolas will
have a maximum turning point?
A y = (x + 2)
2
+ 2
B y = (x 2 )
2
+ 2
C y = (x + 2)
2
2
D y = (x 2)
2
2
E y = 2 (x + 2)
2
E
10 The coordinates of the turning point of
the graph y = 5(x 1)
2
5 are:
A (1, 1)
B (1, 5)
C (5, 1)
D (5, 5)
E none of the above
B
11 The x-intercepts for the graph with
equation y = 3x
2
7x 20 are:
A
4 and
3
2
1
B
4 and
5
3

C
5 and 4
D
4 and
3
2
1
E
5 and
5
3

A
12 The translations required to change
y = x
2
into y = (x 5)
2
+ 3 are:
A right 5, up 3
B left 5, up 3
C right 5 , down 3
D left 5, down 3
E left 3, up 5
A
13 The equation of the graph shown below
is:
A y = 4 + (x 2)
2
B y = 4 (x 2)
2
C y = 4 (x + 2)
2
D y = 2 (x 4)
2
E y = 2 (x + 2)
2
C
14 y = x
2
+ 4x + 9 when written in turning
point form is:
A y = (x + 4)
2
+ 9
B y = (x + 4)
2
7
C y = (x + 2)
2
+ 9
D y = (x + 2)
2
+ 5
E y = (x + 2)
2
7
D
15
The turning point of y = x
2
2x + 8 is:
A (2, 8)
B (2, 8)
C (2, 4)
D (1, 8)
E (1, 7)
E
16 The x-intercepts for the graph with
equation y = 2x
2
+ x 2 are:
A

'

+
4
17 1
,
4
17 1
B

'

4
3
,
4
1
1
C no x-intercepts
D

'

4
3
,
4
1
1
E

'

+
4
17 1
,
4
17 1
E
Maths Quest Year 10 for Victoria Chapter 5 Quadratic graphs Test Yourself 3
17
The x-intercepts, 7.06 and 1.06, correct
to 2 decimal places, correspond to the
graph with equation:
A y = 2x
2
+ 6x 7
B y = x
2
+ 3x 4
C y = 2x
2
+ 6x 8
D y = 2x
2
+ 12x 15
E y = 2x
2
+ x 2
D
18 The x-intercepts and the y-intercept,
respectively, in the graph of the
equation y = x
2
+ 6x 10 are:
A 4, 2 and 10
B 10 and 19 3 , 19 3 +
C 10 and 19 3 , 19 3 +
D 10 and 19 3 , 19 3 +
E 4, 2 and 10
C
19 The x-intercepts and the turning point,
respectively, for the graph with
equation y = 2x
2
+ 9x + 10 are:
A
,
_

8
1
,
4
1
2 and 2 ,
2
1
2
B
,
_

1 ,
2
1
4 and 4 , 5
C
,
_


8
1
,
4
1
2 and 2 ,
2
1
2
D
,
_

4 ,
2
1
3 and 2 , 5
E
,
_

4 ,
2
1
3 and 2 , 5
C
20 The y-intercept of 5 and x-intercepts 5
and 1 correspond to the graph with
equation:
A y = x
2
+ 4x + 5
B y = x
2
4x + 5
C y = x
2
+ 4x + 5
D y = x
2
+ 4x + 5
E y = x
2
+ 4x 5
A
21 The x-intercepts 5 1 and 5 1 +
and turning point (1, 5) correspond to
the graph with equation:
A y = x
2
x 4
B y = x
2
3x 4
C y = x
2
5x 4
D y = x
2
2x 4
E y = x
2
4x 4
D
22 y = 2x
2
7x 4 can be illustrated by:
A
B
C
D
E
A
Maths Quest Year 10 for Victoria Chapter 5 Quadratic graphs Test Yourself 4
23 The figure below represents the graph
with equation:
A y = x
2
4x 3
B y = x
2
+ 5x 3
C y = x
2
+ 2x 3
D y = x
2
+ 4x 3
E y = x
2
2x 3
D
24 The figure below shows the graph of
y = x
2
+ 2x 8.
The solution to x
2
+ 2x 8 < 0 is:
A x < 4 and x > 2
B x < 4 and x < 2
C 4 < x < 2
D 2 < x < 4
E 4 x 2
C