Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region III SCHOOLS DIVISION OF BULACAN SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 8 2ND QUARTER 2ND SUMMATIVE TEST S.Y. 2021-2022 Name: ______________________ Date: ___________________ Section:_____________________ Direction: Choose the letter of the best answer. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided 1. Which of the following functions should be used to solve problems involving a constant rate of change? A. exponential function C. polynomial function B. linear function D. quadratic function 2. Joshua likes to read a magazine. He reads 50 pages in 2 hours. At the same rate, how many hours will it take him to read the remaining 150 pages? A. 6 B. 7 C. 8 D. 9 3. Which of the following function follows the form f (x) = mx + b ? A. exponential function C. polynomial function B. linear function D. quadratic Function 4. Lara is 3 years more than twice Jose’s age. If Lara is 27 years old, how old is Jose? A. 10 B. 12 C. 20 D. 24 5. What is the truth value of the conditional statement when the hypothesis is false and the conclusion is true? A. False C. Not enough information was given B. True D. None of the above 6. What do you call the part of a conditional statement that follows “if” when written in if- then form? A. conclusion B. converse C. hypothesis D. inverse 7. What do you call the part of a conditional statement that follows “then” when written in if- then form? A. conclusion B. converse C. hypothesis D. inverse 8. Al John spent Php1,200 on N95 facemasks because of pandemic. Each facemask costs Php100. How many facemasks did he buy? A. 10 B. 12 C. 15 D. 95 9. If you drink milk, then you will grow. What do you call the underlined portion in this conditional statement? A. conclusion B. converse C. hypothesis D. inverse

10. What is the truth value of the conditional statement when the hypothesis is true and the conclusion is false? A. False C. Not enough information was given B. True D. None of the above 11. Jun Mark used 15 m of copper wire which weighs 1 kg. If a copper wire weighs 3.5 kg, how many meters is it? A. 50 m B. 52.5 m C. 53.5 m D. 54 m 12. If an angle is obtuse, then its measure is greater than but less than 180 ⁰ . What is the truth value of the conditional statement? A. False B. True C. Not enough information is given D. None of the above 13. If you do your homework, then you will receive snacks. What do you call the underlined portion in this conditional statement? A. abstract B. conclusion C. generalization D. hypothesis 14. If two lines are parallel, then they will never intersect. What do you call the underlined portion in this conditional statement? A. conclusion B. converse C. hypothesis D. inverse 15. If he eats a hamburger, then he will eat two bags of fries. Which of the following represent/s the hypothesis in the above conditional statement? A. then he will eat two bags of fries C. he will eat two bags of fries B. If he eats hamburger D. then he will eat two bags of fries 16. Which of the following statements is true? A. If ∠ 1 has a measure of 70°, then ∠ 1 is acute. B. If ∠ 1 has a measure of 180°, then ∠ 1 is right. C. If ∠ 1 has a measure of 95°, then ∠ 1 is acute. D. If ∠ 1 has a measure of 90°, then ∠ 1 is obtuse 17. What are the two parts of a conditional statement? A. converse and conclusion C. hypothesis and conclusion B. hypothesis and inverse D. inverse and converse 18. If N is between M and O, then MN + NO = MO. What do you call the underlined portion in this conditional statement? A. conclusion B. converse C. hypothesis D. inverse 19. What letter denotes for the if-statement or hypothesis of a conditional statement? A. h B. I C. p D. q 20. What letter denotes for the then-statement or conclusion of a conditional statement? A. c B. p C. q D. t

21. If a polygon has 10 sides, then it is a decagon. Which of the following represent/s the hypothesis in the above conditional statement? A. a polygon has 10 sides C. it is a decagon B. If a polygon has 10 sides D. then it is a decagon 22. Evaluate the truth value of the statement, “If a square is a rectangle, then rectangle is a square”. A. True, because both the hypothesis and conclusion are true. B. False, because both the hypothesis and conclusion are false. C. True, because the hypothesis is true though the conclusion is false. D. False, because although the hypothesis is true but the conclusion is false 23. If 2x - 7 = 13, then x = 8. What do you call the underlined portion of the statement? A. conclusion B. converse C. hypothesis D. inverse 24. If it is raining outside, then the grass is wet. Which of the following represent/s the conclusion of the statement? A. then the grass is wet C. the grass is wet B. it is raining outside D. then it is raining 25. Which of the following is NOT true about conditional statement? A. it is composed of the if-, and then-, clauses. B. it can be stated in the form of “If p then q” statement. C. it can only be false if the hypothesis is true and the conclusion is false. D. it can only be false if both the hypothesis and conclusion are false.