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### Arithmetic Aptitude :: Quadratic and Polynomial Functions

1.  Quadratic function parabola graph is concave down if

2.  A. a = 0 B. c < 0 C. b < 0 D. a < 0   3.  A parabola graph which opens downward is classified as

4.  A. concave down B. concave right C. concave left D. concave up   5.  Axis of symmetry in form of vertical line separates parabola into

6.  A. one equal halves B. two equal halves C. three equal halves D. four equal halves   7.  Graph of quadratic function is classified as

8.  A. parabolas B. annual graph C. quarter graph D. composite graph   9.  Point in parabola where it passes through y-axis is classified as

10.  A. x-intercept of parabola B. y-intercept of parabola C. a-intercept of parabola D. c-intercept of parabola   11.  Cubic function is considered as

12.  A. first-degree polynomial function B. second-degree polynomial function C. third-degree polynomial function D. four-degree polynomial function   13.  Quadratic function parabola graph is concave up if

14.  A. a > 0 B. b > 0 C. c > 0 D. a < 0   15.  Concave up parabola point where it peaks out is considered as

16.  A. left vertex B. convex vertex C. concave vertex D. vertex of parabola   17.  X-intercept of parabola shows value of x when value of

18.  A. a = 2 B. b = 2 C. c = 2 D. y = 0   19.  Quadratic function is considered as

20.  A. first-degree polynomial function B. second-degree polynomial function C. third-degree polynomial function D. four-degree polynomial function   