Q1:

What is the gradient of a curve at a stationary point? 
A. 0 B. 1 C. 0.5 D. undefined 
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Q2:

What type of gradient does a decreasing function have?

A. stationary B. positive C. negative D. minimum 
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Q3:

Which type of function often has two stationary points? 
A. cubic B. quadratic C. hyperbolic D. linear 
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Q4:

In the graph above, which best describes the function at the point (0, 4)?

A. stationary B. increasing C. decreasing D. minimum 
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Q5:

In the graph above, which xvalues are closest to a maximum point? 
A. x = 0 B. x = 1.5 C. x = 1 D. x = 3

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Q6:

Which is the odd one out?

A. turning point B. stationary point C. maximum point D. invariant point 
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Q7:

Find the x coordinate of the stationary point of the curve given by the equation y = 4  x^{2.}

A. 0 B. 1 C .2 D. 4 
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Q8:

What is the nature of the stationary point in question 7?
(What type of stationary point is it?)

A. maximum B. minimum C. point of inflection D. zero 
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Q9:

Which mathematical process is of most use when finding the coordinates of the turning points of a function? 
A. integration B. differentiation C. reflection D. division 
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Q10:

Which is true for the range of values over which the function
y = x^{2} is increasing?

A. x < 0 B. x > 0 C. x ≥ 0 D. x ≤ 0 
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