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YEAR 10
Practice Test Version 01

GENERAL MATHEMATICS

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r% = r 100 Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics .Version 01 Page 5 of 20 .8) + 32 Trigonometry In any right-angled triangle: sin θ = cos θ = tan θ = opposite hypotenuse adjacent hypotenuse opposite adjacent θ Adjacent side Hypotenuse Opposite side Growth and decay formulae • Simple growth or decay: A = P(1± ni) • Compound growth or decay: A = P(1± i)n Where: A = amount at the end of n years P = principal n = number of years i = interest rate per year.FORMULAE SHEET The following formulae may be used in your calculations: Area and volume • Area of rectangle = length x width • Area of triangle = ½ base x height • Volume of any regular prism = Area of base x height Theorem of Pythagoras • In any right-angled triangle: c2 = a2 + b2 c b Temperature conversion formula Degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit: a • ºF = (ºC x 1.

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D.7% 45% 58. 4 D.5 2.3 km + 200 m + 200 cm = A.508 2. B. D. E. C. B.5 2. 48. C. C.8 2. E.3% 36. C.508 2.508 2.508 2. B.58 2.8 2.5 2.508 2.Version 01 Page 7 of 20 . E. 5 E.8 2.5% Question 4 The label on a 600 ml shampoo bottle states that there is enough shampoo for 80 washes. D. D.58 2. 2. 1322 m 1502 m 1520 m 1401 m 1700 m Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . 7 ml 9 ml 48 ml 70 ml 80 ml Question 5 1.08 2.58 2.08 2. 3 B.08 2.5 2.5% 41. 3 C. B.5 2.Question 1 Which list has the numbers in order from greatest to least value? A.8 2.08 2.08 32 is: 9 Question 2 Written as a mixed number A. Approximately how much shampoo has been allowed for each wash? A.8 2. 1 3 5 9 2 9 9 32 5 is: 12 Question 3 As a percentage A. E.58 2.58 2.

D.8 days 5 days 7 days 3 days Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . E. B. D. in how many days? A. E. Then she multiplied the result by 3. Her final answer was A. E. D. twice the original number 10 times the original number 16 times the original number 20 times the original number 30 times the original number Question 9 If 10 workers plant out a garden in 3 days. C. C. Then she multiplied this result by 2. 6 days 1. The number of tiles required is: A. B. working at the same rate.Version 01 Page 8 of 20 . C. The tiles to be used are rectangular with dimensions 60 cm x 30 cm. 30 14 90 105 33 Question 8 Dana multiplied a number by 5. C. B. E. B. Question 7 200 300 360 400 720 If a = 5 and b = 6 then 3ab = A. D. 6 workers will complete the same planting task.Question 6 The floor of a rectangular room 12 m x 6 m is to be tiled.

D. 8 E. C. C. E. B. is not equal to Question 11 (3 × 1010) × (2. D. B. B.Version 01 Page 9 of 20 .1 × 10-7 6.2 × 10120 5. D.Question 10 A. C.2 × 102 7.4 × 1022 Question 12 The number 0.17 × 10-9 Test continued on the next page Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics .2 × 1022 7. 5.4 × 1012) = A. 6.000000617 written in scientific notation and rounded to 2 significant numbers is A.62 × 10-6 6.17 × 109 0.2 × 10-7 6.4 × 10120 7. E.

D. D. E.Version 01 Page 10 of 20 . The bearing of the bushwalker from her starting point is: A. C. D. B. E. 36 km/h 36 m/s 6 km/h 60 km/h 38 km/h Question 15 A bushwalker walks 3 km south then 2 km east and finally 5 km north. A. B. E.Question 13 Determine the volume of the given triangular right-prism. C. C. B. N NW NE N30°W SE Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . the average speed of the athlete is: A. 460 cm3 960 cm3 240 cm3 272 cm3 480 cm3 Question 14 If an athlete is able to sprint 100 metres in 10 seconds.

D.Question 16 The distance (s in km) of a car from Melbourne as it travels on the M31 to Albury is given 1 hours to reach Albury. Line 1 Line 2 Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . The formula that describes the relationship between the variables. y=x+2 y = x2 + 2 y = ½x2 + 4 y = 3x + 2 y = 2x2 + 2 0 2 1 3 2 6 3 11 Question 18. C. D. If the total cost \$C is calculated as C = 1 n. 255 km 295 km 300 km 316 km 301 km Question 17. where n is the number of items purchased.Version 01 Page 11 of 20 . x and y in the table. 3 then the graph representing this situation is: A. D. C. is: x y A. E. E. how far is by s = 60t + 46 (t in hours). C. B. If it takes the car 4 4 Albury from Melbourne? A. B. B. E.

A test contributes the other 25%.00 \$ 65. Determine Charles’ share if Ralph is exactly 15 years old and Charles is 13 years old.78 kL per month. D. A.00 \$ 68. B. B. A.Version 01 Page 12 of 20 . C. have to share \$140 in the same ratio as their ages. C. 48. the average water consumption of a family is 56.61 kL 100. D.00 at a fixed rate of 10% compound interest. C.50 \$ 160. B. \$ 70. compounded yearly.99 kL 57.01 kL 50. B. \$ 150. E.00 \$ 665.24 kL Question 21 If you invest \$500.50 Question 22 The work a student does in class contributes 75% to his final mark.46 kL per month. E.50 \$ 155. What mark must he get in the test so that his final overall mark is 60%? A. Charles. E. 68% 80% 96% 81% 84% Test continued on the next page Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . C.50 \$ 60. D. D. how much interest will you have earned after 3 years? A. From March to October.00 \$ 62.Question 19 Ralph and his brother. E. Calculate their average monthly water consumption for that year. The student gets a mark of 52% for his class work.50 \$ 165.12 kL 49.00 Question 20 From November to the end of February. their average consumption is 43.

C. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Test continued on next page Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . E.Version 01 Page 13 of 20 .3 then the resulting Question 23 If the ‘original figure’ shown below is reduced in size by a factor of 4 figure is: A. B. D.

D. C.Question 24 Which one of the following triangles is similar to triangle ABC ? A. triangle DEF triangle GHI triangle JKL triangle MNO triangle PQR Test continued on next page Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . B.Version 01 Page 14 of 20 . E.

C. At what speed did he walk? A. In all he covered 14 km. Question 26 Dave cycled for 30 minutes at 24 km/h and then continued to walk for 20 minutes. E.Version 01 Page 15 of 20 . C. Between A and B the object travels at 150 km/h. The total distance travelled is 200 km. B. D.8 km/h 4 km/h 6 km/h 2. Between D and E the object is slowing down. The object is in motion throughout the entire time.5 km/h 2 km/h Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . Which statement about the movement of the object is correct? A. Between D and E the object travels at 100 km/h. E. B. 6.Question 25 The graph shows the distance an object moves during a time interval. D.

Version 01 Page 16 of 20 . 36 m 48 m 45 m 40 m 44 m Question 28 A fair dice is rolled 6 times with the following outcomes: 1. 1 6 1 4 2 3 1 3 1 2 Test continued on the next page Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . E. Determine the height of the tower. B. 1. D. 4. D. C. 2. B. 50 m long from the top of a wind-turbine tower is 30 m from the foot of the turbine on the same horizontal level. The likelihood of rolling a 6 with the 7th roll is: A. C.Question 27 A cable. 1. 3. E. A.

D. B. 15 24.Question 29 This graph is showing the rainfall in mm per day for a week. 18. 23. 15. 21. The trend can be described as: A. The mean weight of strawberries in Punnet A is 16. E. There are 10 strawberries in Punnet A. D. 16 15. 17. 22. 22. 22. 10. 12. 12. 21. The mean weight of strawberries in Punnet B is 194 grams. 10. B. Weights of strawberries in Punnet A (in grams) Weights of strawberries in Punnet B (in grams) Which statement is correct? A. The contents of Punnet A weigh less than those in Punnet B. 11.Version 01 Page 17 of 20 . The number of strawberries in Punnet A is greater than in Punnet B. 12 END OF TEST Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . 14. C. E. 14.67 grams. 16. 18. C. 14. an increasing decrease an increasing increase a constant increase a decreasing increase a decreasing decrease Question 30 The strawberries in two punnets A and B are weighed (in grams) and the results are shown in the table below.

Q 29. Q 3. decimals. Q 11. Q 16. Q 10. Q 26. Q 8. Q 6. Q 27. Q 4. percentages) working with numbers (computations) calculate measurements area (shapes) patterns and algebra patterns and algebra ratio and scale factors working with numbers (computations) apply index laws scientific notation volume working with numbers (rates) working with numbers (location & direction) patterns and algebra patterns and algebra linear and non-linear relationships ratio and scale factors working with numbers (computations) money transactions working with numbers (fractions. Q 13. Q 21.Year 10 General Mathematics Practice Test: Answer Key Question # Q 1. Q 30. Q 14. Q 24. Q 17. decimals. Answer D A B A B D C E C A B D E A C E B A E A C E C C E C D A B E Topic Area working with numbers (fractions. decimals. decimals. Q 19. Q 7. Q 5. Q 12. percentages) ratio and scale factors space: symmetry patterns and algebra working with numbers (rates) pythagoras and trigonometry chance data representation and interpretation data representation and interpretation Alternative Education Equivalency (AEE) Assessments Year 10 General Mathematics . Q 28. Q 18. Q 22. Q 20. Q 23. Q 9. Q 25. percentages) working with numbers (fractions. percentages) working with numbers (fractions. Q 2. Q 15.Version 01 Page 18 of 20 .

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