4.2 Quantifiers ‘All’ and ‘Some’

4.2 Quantifiers ‘All’ and ‘Some’
 
Statement using ‘All’ and ‘Some’
1. Quantifiers are words that denote the number of objects or cases 
referred to in a given statement.
2. Quantifier ‘all’, ‘any’ and ‘every’ describe each and every object or 
case.
3. Quantifier ‘some’, ‘several’ and ‘part of’ describe one or more 
objects or cases.
 
Example:
Complete each of the following statements using the quantifiers ‘all’ or ‘some’ to make the statement true.
(a) _______  polygons have the same number of vertices and sides.
(b) _______  multiples of 9 are even numbers.
(c) _______  of the whole numbers are divisible by 7.
(d) _______  factors of 4 are factors of 20.
 
Solution:
(a) All polygons have the same number of vertices and sides.
(b) Some multiples of 9 are even numbers.
(c) Some of the whole numbers are divisible by 7.
(d) All factors of 4 are factors of 20.

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