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MULTIPLE CHOICE

QUESTIONS IN

MATHEMATICS
Fausto Uy and Jimmy Ocampo

1. A sequence of numbers such that the same quotient is obtained by dividing a term by the
preceding term is called
A. arithmetic progression
B. harmonic progression
C. infinite progression
D. geometric progression
2.If x is an irrational number not equal to zero and x2 = N, then which of the following best
describes N?
A. N is a natural number.
B. N is any rational number.
C. N is a positive rational number.
D. N is a positive integral number.
3. In the expression an , the number n is referred to as the
A. power
B. exponent
C. degree
D. index
4. The polynomial 2x3 y + 8xyz4 – 3x2y3 has a degree of
A. 6
B. 3
C. 4
D. 8
5. The equations x + y = 2 and 2x + 2y = 8 are examples of equations which are
A. dependent
B. independent
C. conditional
D. inconsistent
6. A non-terminating and non-periodic decimal is
A. rational
B. prime
C. irrational
D. imaginary

7. The probability that an event is certain to occur is
A. greater than one
B. less than one
C. equal to one
D. equal to zero
8. Radicals can be added to form a single radical if they have the same radicand and the same
A. power
B. exponent
C. index
D. coefficient
9. A set of elements that is taken without regard to the order in which the elements are arranged
is called a
A. sequence
B. permutation
C. combination
D. progression
10. If b = 0, then the number a + bi is
A. complex
B. real
C. imaginary
D. irrational
11. How many prime numbers are there between 200 and 210?
A. one
B. three
C. none
D. two
12. In the expression
A. power
B. exponent
C. index
D. radicand

, the number n is called the

13. A harmonic progression is a sequence of numbers such that the reciprocals of the numbers
will form a
A. geometric progression
B. arithmetic progression
C. infinite progression
D. finite progression
14. If a, b and c are rational numbers and if b2 – 4ac is positive but not perfect square, then the
roots of the quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 are
A. real, irrational and unequal
B. real, rational and unequal
C. real, rational and equal
D. real, irrational and unequal
15. The equation xy = 0 implies that
A. x = 0 and y = 0
B. x = 0 or y = 0
C. x = 0 and y is not equal to zero
D. x = 0 or y is not equal to zero
16. Which of the following events are mutually exclusive?
A. event “Ace” and event “black card”
B. event “Queen” and event “heart”
C. event “Ten” and event “Spade”
D. event “diamond” and event “club”
17.Which of the following best describes (-3)1/2?
A. irrational number
B. pure imaginary number
C. natural number
D. complex number
18. It is a sequence of numbers such that the successive terms differ by a constant.
A. geometric progression
B. arithmetic progression
C. harmonic progression
D. infinite progression

De Morgan’s Law B. x4 y B. 6x2 B. commutative law B. Which of the following terms has a degree of 4? A. If the discriminant of a quadratic equation is greater than zero. complex and unequal D. multiplication D. subtraction C. imaginary and distinct 20. xy3 . addition B. real and equal B. x4 D. real and distinct C. -4x C. xy4 C. Identity Law 22. Which of the following terms is not rational in x? A. In the theory of sets. the relation (A ᴗ B)’ = A’ ᴖ B’ expresses which of the following laws on set operations? A. Complement Law D. distributive law D. division 23. 4xy D. associative law C.19. 21. inverse law 24. Involution Law C. Which of the following law states that the factors of a product may be grouped in any manner without affecting the result? A. The set of odd integers is closed under the operation of A. the roots of the equation are A.

The statement “The examinees are not more than 30 years old. 100 B. complex and unequal D. an imaginary number C. multiplication C. then the events A and B are A. independent C. pure imaginary . The product of two conjugate complex numbers is A.” implies that the examinees are A. What is the value of k that will make x2 – 28x + k a perfect square trinomial? A. subtraction D. division 28. disjoint 29. addition B. The conditional probability of B given A is denoted symbolically by P(B/A). The closure property of numbers is not satisfied by the set of all integers under the operation of A. an irrational number 26. a real number B. The roots of 6x2 + 7x + 34 = 0 are A. 144 D. If P(B/A) = P(B). real and unequal C. 30 years old or more 27.25. zero D. at least 30 years old C. 196 30. dependent B. 30 years old or less D. 121 C. less than 30 years old B. real and equal B. mutually inclusive D.

What is the conjugate of -6 A. 12 B. 6 B. D. Which of the following cannot be a probability value? A.31. 14 C. zero B. 33. 18 35. 63 D. 6i D. u. (0. 64 36. (a + b)2 = a2 + b2 C. 16 D. a / (b – c) = a/b – a/c D. -6i 32. How many subsets has the set {c. Which of the following is true? A. A. e}? A. one C. (0.5)-1 34. 61 B.99)4 B. find the remainder when x6 – x + 1 is divided by x – 2. Using the remainder theorem. B. 62 C. less than one . t. greater than one D. What is the sum of the numerical coefficient of (2x – y)20? A. 88/100 C. -6 C.

16. .. C. A ᴗ B ᴗ C’ 42. A ᴗ B ᴖ C’ C. . 13 and 15 41. Which of the following pairs of numbers are prime twins? A.37.096 B. Two prime numbers which differ by 2 are called prime twins. 8.0075 C. 2. 1 and 3 B. 12. 9. 4. -6i C. What is the product of and ? A. How many subsets of one or more elements can be formed from a set containing 12 elements? A.. 16. 4. 0. 17 and 19 D. B. .094 D. Which of the following is an irrational number? A. 12. 14.36363636... 6i B.093 38. then which of the following notations refers to the set of elements found in A and B but not in C? A.. 8. 1. 4. A ᴖ B ᴖ C’ D. A ᴖ B ᴗ C’ B. . 3(5)1/2 40. 12.. . -6 39.. 7 and 9 C. 16.095 C. 6 D. Which of the following sequence is a geometric progression? A. 4. 16. D.. (16)3/4 B... D. If A ᴖ B ᴖ C is not equal to zero.

first B.85 C.78 and P(B) = 0. 3 D. 0. logc(1/a) = b B.83 B. Which of the following is not an outcome of the event? A. logb(1/a) = c C. 8 B.43. 4/x + 3x + 1 48.35. Experiment: A die is tossed. 10 D. Event: A prime number results. The logarithmic equation equivalent to 1/a = bc is A. The point (x. y) where x = 2 and y = -x is in what quadrant? A. 1 B. 0. 0. 5 45. how many elements does A contain? A. fourth 44.87 D. 9 C. Which of the following is a polynomial in x ? A. what is P(A’) + P(B’) ? A. logc b = 1/a D. logb c = 1/a 46. 11 . If a set A has 1. x3 + 2x + 3 D. If P(A) = 0.024 subsets.89 47. third D. second C. + 3x + 5 C. x -2 + x + 4 B. 0. 2 C.

what is x? A.. 32 54. -16i 52. A. -24 B. 5 53. 4 D. -4. 9th term 50. If a. 16i D. . -a.. 8. -64..60 and P(B’) = 0. 2b. b. 0. is an arithmetic progression. 0. -16.. In the series 2. .90 B. 3 C. 2b + 3a D. 6th term B. 2 B. find P(AᴖB’) by using Venn Diagram. -32 C. A. A. 24 D. Which of the terms in the expansion (y3 + y -1)10 will involve y2 ? A. find the next term.30 C. then 2x – 5 = A. P(A) = 0. If 16 is 4 more than 3x.15. 2b + a .. 7th term C.75 51. 8th term D. 0. 2b – 3a B.30 while P(AᴖB) = 0. -16 C. Evaluate (i – 1)8. 3b – 2a C.49. 0. 16 B.45 D. x.

If a die is thrown once. -9 C. 720 D. x > 2y B. 27 B. x <= 2y D. is true only if A. ¼ C. 35 58. x = 2y C. 9 B. -1/9 59. x >= 2y 57. 1/9 D. ab B. 56 C. 65 D. Find the fourth proportional to 3. 520 B. 1/6 . b + a C. Simplify (a -1 + b -1) / (ab) -1 A. 620 C. 1/ab D. what is the probability of getting a prime number? A. In how many ways can 6 boys be seated in a row? A. 820 56. Give the value of –(-1/27)-2/3 A. ½ D.55. 1/3 B. a/b 60. 5 and 21. A.

42 64. y and 5x are three consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression whose sum is 81. and C. 2 D.61. Find the sum to infinity of 3 -1. Evaluate x = log 2 8 A. 1 63. 1/8 B. 12 65. 2 D. A. If x. 3 66. If f(x) = 2x3 – 3x + 1. 0 B. 7/8 D. 3 -3.. 3 -5. 11 D. 10 C. . 24 C. find x. and D. A. What is the greatest common factor (GCF) of 48 and 72 ? A. 4 B. 1 C. 36 D. 12 B. then f(1) = A.. 3 C. Which of the following are similar radicals A. 5/8 . 9 B. 3/8 C. and B. and 62.

x=3 B. 64 69. 108x2 y3 and 9x2 y A. 972x3 y3 D. A.25 71. x.25 C. 6. x<1/3 D. 6 68. 27.25 B. . 216x3y3 70. Find the value of x if 3 2 1 x = 10 A. 125. 8. 30 D. x>1/3 C. 81 C. x=0 72. 3 B. In how many ways can a man choose one or more of 7 ties? A.25 D. 7. 128 B. 126 D.. 100 B. 648x3 y3 C. 3.67. 5 D. Find the least common multiple (LCM) of 72x3y2. Find the value of x in the series 1. 108x3y3 B. 4 C. For what values of x will (x+3) < 2(2x+1)? A. 125 .. Evaluate (-1/27)-2/3 + (-1/32)-2/5 A. 127 C. 9.

29 78. 4. Determine the number of word of five different letters each that can be formed with the letters of the word “VOLTAGE”. 3. 5. 2. A. 64 . 3 B. If log A 10 = 25. A ᴗ B’ B. 28 B. The set notation A-B is called the relative complement of B in A.050 D. 36 D.040 B. 56 C. A’ ᴖ B D. 3. 28 D. 17 B. -3. 7 D. A’ ᴗ B 77. What is the sum of the first five prime numbers? A. -7 74. solve for x and y if x+2+4i = 5+(y-3)i A. 7 B. A ᴖ B’ C.73. 5 D. A. It is equivalent to which of the following A. 4 C. find log10 A. -7 C. 18 C.520 75. -3. If i = .520 C. 6 76. How many straight lines are determined by 8 points? A. 2.

then b equals A. 23xy B. -5 C. What is the third proportional to y/x and 1/x? A. 1/xy 84. A. 1/b and 1/c are consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression. in how many ways can we select a group of 6 men? A. y D. If (x-2)i = y-3i. 2ac/(a+c) B. (1/2) –x(8) –y is equal to A. From a group of 10 men. solve for x. -4 B. 4xy . xy C. 120 B. 210 C. (a+c)/ac 83. 2x-3y D. -1 82. (a+c)/2ac D. 60 80. ac/(a+c) C. -3 81. -3 C.79. -4 D. -2 D. x/y B. -6 B. 200 D. If 1/a. 43y-x C. Find x if x = log2 (1/64) A.

0763 B. 205 C. 18 86. 215 89. 101/n B. C. 6 88. 0. 87. 5 D. How old is his son now? A. If log10 x = -1/n. D. A card is drawn from a deck of 52 cards. -10-n . B. 210 D.0765 C.0769 90. 16 C. . . A. 10-n D. 0. he will be twice as old as his son. In how many ways can 3 boys be seated in a room where there are 7 seats? A. If x = (2)^(log2 x). then x is equal to A. 4 C. 17 D. 200 B.0767 D. 10-1/n C.. 15 B. . Find the 7th term of the geometric progression . A. 0. What is the probability of drawing an ace? A. 0. 3 B. A father is 27 years older than his son and 10 years from now. find the value of x..85.

7 B. 29 C..91. A. Find the larger of two numbers if their sum is 190 and the smaller number is 3/7 of the larger number. A. 4 C. 53x+1. 16/9 B. 4/3 C. 6 C. 133 C. ¾ D. 59x+1 96. 5 93. Find the mean proportional between and . 58x+1 D. If 3x = 4y. 8 D. 28 D. Find the 8th term of 5x+1. A. 31 94. 135 . The constant remainder when x30 – x + 5 is divided by x + 1 is A. In how many ways can a poster be colored if there are 5 different colors available? A. then 3x2/4y2 is equal to A. 30 B.. 57x+1 C. 132 B. 27/64 95. . 6 B. 134 D. 5 92. 52x+1. 8 D. 56x+1 B.

then x = A. 3. What is the probability that the balls drawn are all white? A. 14 C. -6 C. For what value of x is 2 x+4 equal to 1/16 A. 4 D. In how many ways can 6 boys be seated at a round table? A.024 C. find y A. 5/42 B. 3/42 C. 6 B. 8 D. -8 99. 3. 110 C. 3.402 . Three balls are drawn from a bag containing 5 white balls and 4 red balls. 8 B. How many 4-digit numbers can be made by using the digits from 1 to 9 if no digit is repeated in each number? A.97.204 B. 100 D. 6 100. 16 B. 7/42 D. 3.240 D. 90 98. 120 B. 10 102. 9/42 101. 12 D. If x:6 = y:2 and x-y = 12. If x3/4 = 8. 2 C.

A tank can be filled by one pipe in 6 hrs and by another in 8 hrs. A. Find the sum of the infinite geometric series 64 – 16 + 4 .99. B.5 hr C. 0.0002 B. If 2x = 8x-1. 0. 2 105. 10 D. . D. 3/2 C. 2 hr B. 256/4 104. 12 B. 11 C. If 2log2x + log2 4 = 1. A.00. If both pipes are open. How many consecutive numbers beginning with 5 must be taken for their sum to be equal to 95? A. 2. A. 0. 3..2 107. . 256/3 C. 9 108. 3 hr D.01. ½ B.. how long will it take them to fill the tank? A. C. The 100th term of the series 1. solve for x. 256/5 B. 0. is A. 1..02 D..103..5hr 106. 0. 1 D. 256/2 D.002 C. find x.

4/9 110. 1/25 B. 1.230 B. 20.230 113. find the 10th term. 1/27 D. 0.340 C. (x+y) -7 D. 2/9 C. 1. 40. Find the next tem in the harmonic progression whose first three terms are 1/3. A.320 D.619 D.671 114. (x+y) -6 C. Vice-President and Secretary be filled in a club of 12 members if no person is to hold more than one position? A. What is the probability of winning that prize? A. 40. In how many ways can the position of President.109. For a geometric progression for which the first term is x+y and the common ratio is the reciprocal of the first term. 0. (x+y)-8 .302 112. 1. 5/9 D. 1/28 111. 1/9 B. 1/26 C. What is the probability of drawing a black king? A.320 C.691 B. 0.240 B. 1. 2/7 and 1/4. 0. 30. A.617 C. The odds are 13 to 8 in favor of winning the first prize of a lottery. A card is drawn from a deck of 52 cards. How many arrangement can be made from the letters of the word “RESISTORS” when all are taken at a time? A.203 D. (x+y) -5 B.

Two balls are drawn at random. 0. Twelve boys go out for tennis. 0. 62 116. 511 C.134 D. What is the probability of getting a sum of 5 by throwing two dice once? A. An urn contains 5 white balls. 1/20 B. What is the probability that the balls drawn are both black? A.131 B. 66 C.115. How many matches are required if each boy is to play all the others exactly once? A. 0. find the probability that all are white balls. 1/22 D. 411 B. 711 118. A. 1/21 C. 1/3 B. 0. How many committees can be formed from a group of 9 persons by taking any member at any time? A. 64 B.135 119. 1/5 120.133 C. 0. ¼ D. 0. 0. A bag contains 4 black balls and 6 red balls. 1/23 117. If 3 balls are drawn simultaneously. 0. 611 D. How many liters of pure alcohol must be added to 10 liters of 15 percent alcohol solution in order to obtain a mixture of 25 percent alcohol? A. ½ C. 68 D.113 D. 4 black balls and 3 red balls.111 B.112 C.115 .

241 C. 80 B. 18 B.121. 4 – 2i 126. 4 B. 92 C. A. 85 C.3. 1/9 C. In a single throw of a pair of dice. 1/7 D. 1/6 125. -4 C. If each term is twice the previous term. What is the sum of the coefficients of (x + y + z) 5 ? A.9? A. Evaluate i113 + 4i84 + i3 A. 24 123. 4 + 2i D. 93 B. what is the probability of obtaining a total of 9? A. 243 124.5. 90 D. 1/8 B. What is the number of permutation of the letters in the word “CHACHA”? A. 22 D. 91 D. 240 B. find the sum of the geometric progression. 242 D. 20 C. The first term of a geometric progression is 3 and the last term is 48.7. How many numbers of two different digits each can be formed by using the digits 1. 95 . 90 122.

the remainder is k. -2 and 4 C.100 D. Fnd the sum of the first fifty positive multiples of 12. 5.200 C. which term is 131? A.000 128.127. if the first term is x2 and the common ratio is x4.300 B. 23 129. 4th B. 22 D. 11. which term is x18? A. 39 C. A. 3 and 4 D. From a group of 6 men and 5 women. . 15. 2 and -4 B. -2. in how many ways can we select a group of 4 men and 3 women? A. 21 C. What is the sum of the first one hundred positive odd integers? A. When f(x) = (x+3(x-4)+4 is divided by x-k. 15. 20 B. 150 D.000 130. 25 B. 15.000 C. 6th D. The values of k are A. 7th 131. 420 . In the arithmetic progression -9.. 10. 5th C.000 D. 13. 15.. 12. -3 and 4 132.000 B. In a geometric progression.

144 D. 256 B. 5 C. If f(x) = x – 1 and f(g(x)) = 4. ½ 134. find g(x). 16 C. A. In how many ways can 4 boys and 4 girls be seated at a round table if each girl is to sit between two boys? A.133. 2/3 D. then John is taller than May by A. 22% . 1/3 C. 7 137. A boy can finish the same job in 15 days. If the man and the boy plus the girl can finish the job in 5 days. 21% D. 96 136. In a single throw of pair of dice. 6 D. 35 135. 30 B. 20% C. 1/6 B. 45 C. how long will it take the girl to finish the job alone? A. what is the probability of obtaining a total greater than 9? A. 4 B. 18% B. A man can finish a certain job in 10 days. If John is 10 percent taller than Peter and Peter is 10 percent taller than May. 15 D.

64 D. 1/7 C. 6/63 139. 1 B. A.80 D. A bag contains 4 white balls and 5 black balls.80 in 7 days. how much can 14 carpenters paid at the same rate earn in 12 days? A. P2. If xy = 12.749. Find the probability that the first two balls are white and the last two balls are black.974. 4/63 C. 2/7 B. A committee of 4 is to be selected by lot from a group of 6 men and 4 women. 5/63 D. Four balls are drawn in succession and not replaced. find the value of xyz.80 C. 2 C.479. 55 C. 4 142. 50 D. A. 4/7 141. 3/63 B. P2. P2. A. 60 B. P2. 8 B. 3/7 D. 32 C. If four electricians can earn P465.80 B. Solve for x in the equation (x+3):10 = (3x-2):8 A. xz = 15 and yz = 20. What is the probability that it will consist exactly of 2 men? A.80 .138. 45 140. If . 128 143. find the value if x3y.749. 3 D.

What is the probability that a coin will turn up heads twice in 6 tosses of the coin? A.. If the odds are 5:3 that Juan will receive P5. how long would it take B to do it alone? A. = ¾.244 C. How many four-digit even numbers can be written by using the digits 1 up to 9? A.000 in a Math contest. Simplify 3n – 3n-1 – 3n-2.315 C.144 B. If it takes A twice as it takes B to do a piece of work and if working together. they can do the work in 6 days. 1. P3. P3. -1/2 B. 1. A.215 D. 7 D. 9 C. P2.144. find the value of x. 6 147. 5(3n-2) B.444 145. 1. -1/5 146. 3(3n-2) C. 14/64 C.344 D.. 8 B. -1/4 D. If 1 + x + x2 + . A. 15/64 B. 33-n 149. 12/64 148. 1. 13/64 D. 33n-2 D.135 B. P2.125 . -1/3 C. find his mathematical expectation. A.

3) = 60(n. find the approximate total distance it travels before coming to rest. 6 C. 7 B. ¼ B. 1/6 D. 887 151. 847 B. 1/5 C. find n. 2 B. 169 cm . 867 D. 8 152.920 D. What is the coefficient of the term containing x4 in the expansion of (2x+x -1)8 ? A. A. Find the probability that both balls drawn are numbered even.290 155. Solve for x in the equation A. A. 17. 19. If P(n. 144 cm D. 5 D. 114 cm C. 1/7 154. Two balls are drawn from a bag containing 9 balls numbered from 1 to 9. If each successive swing is approximately 5/6 the length of the preceding swing. 17. 121 cm B. Find the sum of all integers between 90 and 190 if each integer is exactly divisible by 17? A.720 C. 7 153.270 B. 19. A. 8 D. 4 C. 857 C.5).150. The bob of a pendulum swings through an arc of 24cm long on its first swing.

15 C. 5y – 3xy B. 16 D. a1/8 C. i D. 36 157. Simplify . If z = 2 + i and w = i – 2. 54 D. 17 160. find (z-w)/(z+w). Two dice are rolled. 12 B. 5y + 3xy C.156. xy +y. 1/14 158. 1/11 B.. 14 B. 5x – xy D. A. 2xy. A. In how many ways can a spade or a ten be chosen? A. a7/8 B. a5/6 161. 1/12 C. If 6x2 + 36x + k = 6(x+a)2. A card is chosen from a deck of 52 cards. 1/13 D. 5x + xy . Determine the 7th term of the arithmetic progression 3xy – y. 18 C. . what is the value of k? A. Find the probability that the sum of the two dice is greater than 10. -2i C. –i 159. A. A.. a2/3 D. 2i B.

Given 1 x 0 2 -2 1 6 1 -1 = 25. 2 C. 4 166. 22 D. A. 2x = 3y 164. How many code words of exactly 6 symbols can be formed? A. A. Given 3 dots and 3 dashes. 1 B. 16/52 C.162. 3x = 2y D. 8 163. 17/52 B. A card is drawn from a deck of 52 cards. 14/52 . 3 D. x2 = y3 C. x3 = y2 B. find x. 6 C. 5 B. 18 B. What is the probability of drawing an ace or a spade? A. How many arithmetic means must be inserted between 1 and 36 so that the sum of the resulting arithmetic progression will be 148? A. 20 C. 7 D. Transform the logarithmic equation 4(log x)2 + 9(log y)2 = 12 (log x) (log y) to its equivalent cartesion form. 15/52 D. 24 165.

6% C. 8 kph C. 24/5 D. A man invested P4. (5+i)/2 C. (1-i)/2 169.000 A. If the first term and third term of a harmonic progression are 5/21 and 5/23 respectively.200 at 2% less than the first rate. 10 kph 171.167. 26/5 B. The probability that a man and a woman are selected is A. A. ¼ D. 403x2 y4 B. 2/7 C. (1+i)/2 D. 7% 168. 405x2 y4 . what is the rate of the boat in still water? A. 3/7 172. 27/5 C. The yearly income from both investments is P640. 5% B. 402x2 y4 C. Two people are selected randomly from a group of 4 men and 4 women.000 at a certain rate of interest and P7. A. If the rate of the current is 3kph. i/2 B. 7 kph B. find the 6th term. 404x2 y4 D. Find the 5th term of (x2 – 3y)5 without expanding. 4/7 B. Find the rate of interest for P4. A boat travels 12km downstream and 16km upstream in 12 hours. 23/5 170. Rationalize (2+i)/(3-i) A. 9 kph D. 8% D.

Six coins are tossed. 0. 0. 0.243 178. Fifty liters of acid solution contains 22% water. 169 177.173. e. 3 + 7i. o.. How many liters of water must be added to the solution so that the resulting mixture will be 60% acid? A. There are 0 defective per 1000 items of product in a long run. t. 12 176.7x – 3 = 0 174. 50 + 148i 175. 0. 20x2 + 7x – 3 = 0 D. Find the 50th term of 1 + i. The equation whose roots are the reciprocals of the roots of 3x2 – 7x – 20 = 0 is A.2077 D. 0.423 B.342 C. 100 B. 47 + 148i B. i. . 20x2 . From the letters a. What is the probability that there is one and only one defective in a random lot of 100? A. 48 + 148i C.2707 C. 20x2 + 7x + 3 = 0 B. 0.234 D. 121 C. how many arrangements of 5 different letters each can be formed if each arrangement involves 2 consonants and 3 vowels? A. 2 + 4i. What is the probability that exactly two of them are heads? A. r. 0.2770 B. 10 C. s.2207 . 20 D. 144 D. 15 B. 49 + 148i D. 0. 20x2 – 7x + 3 = 0 C.. A.

22 C. find g(f(3)). 6 C. 7 184. -2 B. 5 C. 4 B. -4 D. 26 . 24 D. 6 D. -6 C. The value of k which will make 8x2 + 8kx + 3k + 2 a perfect square trinomial is A. -3 C. Find the 5th term. 5 B. 6 183. -8 B. 3 D. The 3rd term of an arithmetic progression is 4 and the 9th term is -14. 3 B. 4 C. If f(x) = (x+2)/(x-2) and G(y) = y+2. 20 B. -2 182. find x. -4 D. In how many years will the ratio of their ages be 3:4? A. -5 181. If x:y:z = 4:-3:2 and 2x + 4y – 3z = 20. 5 D.179. A. How many consecutive even integers beginning with 4 must be taken for their sum to equal 648? A. Two brothers are respectively 5 and 8 years old. A. 2 180. A.

41 D. 32. 32.31 C. If 2 men can repair 6 machines in 4 hours. 0 C. 4 D. what is the next larger perfect square? A. 32.51 187. find x/z. Determine the value of the given determinant 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 A. A. At what time after 3 o’clock will the minute hand of a clock be as far in front of the 5 o’clock mark as the hour hand is behind that mark? A. how many men are needed to repair 18 machines in 8 hours? A. 3 .185. 1 B. 6 B. If 2x = 4y and 8y = 16z. 32. n2 + 1 D. 2/3 C.21 B. If n is a perfect square. 8/3 D. 5 C. 5/3 188. n + +1 189. n2 + 2n + 1 B. n2 + n + 1 C. -2 D. 1/3 B. -1 186.

In how many ways can 9 books be arranged in a shelf so that 4 books are always together? A. 5/3 B. 6 B. -4 D. -140 B.5 B. 36. namely 45 and 55. The arithmetic mean of a set of 50 numbers is 38. 8 D. -160 D.400 D.190. 38. A. 9 . 5/2 194. Two numbers of the set. the quotient is 3 and the remainder is 5. 7 C. -3 C.5 C. If the larger is divided by the smaller. A. Find the smaller number. What will be the arithmetic mean of the remaining set of numbers? A. The equation x2 – 4kx + 10 – 6k = 0 will have two equal roots if the value of k is A. A. -2 B. -5/2 C. If the roots of (2k +2)x2 + (4 – 4k)x + k – 2 = 0 are reciprocals to each other. 14. 3.280 191. 35. -5 192.880 B. The sum of two numbers is 37. 17. -170 193. 37.5 D. 2. -5/3 D. -150 C. are discarded.024 C. find the value of k. The 3rd term of a geometric progression is 5 and the 6th term is -40. Find the 8th term.5 195.

-24. 2a/(b2 – a2) C. 2x + y +1 C. 2b/(b2 – a2) B. how old is Ana now? A. In how many ways can 6 boys be seated at a round table if two particular boys must always sit together? A. 4 200. 2x – y + 1 D. then x – y is equal to A. 2x + y -1 B. 11 B. for the sum to equal 8. 44 C. Maria is twice as old as Ana was when Maria was as old as Ana is now.. 2 C. 2x – y – 1 201. 17 C. 12 C. If Maria is 24 years old now. If 1/x = a + b and 1/y = a – b.2) A. 42 B. 13 D. 2a/(a2 – b2) 199. 2b/(a2 – b2) D. If log 2 = x and log 3 = y. 18 B. find log(1. 1 B. 12. . 16 D.196.. 48 197. 46 D. The 4th term of a geometric progression is 81 and the 7th term is 9. 3 D. How many consecutive terms must be taken from the sequence 3.193? A. 14 . -6. What is the 10th term? A. 15 198.

4 D.202. 4 white balls and 8 black balls. If 102x = 4 find 106x-1. 924x2 y2 C. 435. A. 453.500 205. 4. How many arrangements can be made from the letters of the word “TRANSIENTS” when all are taken at a time? A. A. If 3 balls are drawn at random.0414 B. 7:05:25 C. If after working together for 12 days. 0.0144 D. 55 days 204.4 C. -492x2 y2 D. 7:05:23 B. 463. 50 days D. 492x2 y2 206. 0. 7.4 . 0.600 C. -924x2 y2 B. 436.0141 207. 45 days C. A bag contains 6 red balls. Find the middle term of (x1/3 – y1/3)12 without expanding. 40 days B. At what time between 7 and 8AM will the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock be opposite one another? A. 5. determine the probability that 2 balls are white and one is red. 7:05:27 D. how long will it take the son to do the job alone? A.600 B.500 D.0441 C. 0. the son worked alone and finished the job in 24 more days. 7:05:29 203. 6. A man can do a job with his son in 30 days.4 B. A.

In how many ways can 4 men be selected out of 12 men if 2 of the men are to be excluded from every selection? A. 36 . 210 D. 32 B. 495 210. 24 C. 10 C. 5 B.0516 B. If log x = 2(1 – log 2). 0. she was four times as old Ricky was then. 0. Find the sum of the first n terms of 2. n(3n+1) B. n(3n-1) 209. 0.0518 C. . A. Determine the probability that all cards drawn are of the same suit. n(2n+3) C. 14. 15 D.0522 211. 8. 66 B. 45 C. 0. Find the sum of their ages now. Mary is three times as old as Ricky..208. A. find x.. Three years ago. 38 D. 25 212. A.0520 D. Three drawn from a pack of 52 cards. A. n(n+3) D.

A.600 C. If 3x 3y = 27 and 2x + y = 5. If all pipes are open. 4 D. Find the income from the 6% investment. 140 mph D.600 . 2 B.600 D. A ball is dropped from a height of 28 cm. If it always rebounds ½ of the height from which it falls. An air plane went 360 miles in 2 hours with the wind and flying back the same route.213. 12 C. What was its speed in still air? A. 3 C. P7. 14 D. 120 mph C. by a second pipe in 24 minutes and can be drained by a third pipe in 48 minutes.600 B. 4% and 6% respectively. 378 cm 215. 5 217. 160 mph 214. P6. 372 cm B. A tank can be filled by one pipe in 16 minutes. P8. 16 216. took 3 hours and 36 minutes against the wind. 376 cm D. 374 cm C. find x. 10 B. P9. in how many minutes can the tank be filled? A. 60 mph B.000 is divided into 3 parts in the ratio 2:5:8 and these parts are invested at 2%. how far does it travel after the fifth bounce? A. The amount of P300. A.

28 219. 4 B. 7/9 D. x+2 and x+8 are the first three terms of a geometric progression. 22 B. 70 D.1/8 + ..218. 2 222. 1/16 B. Find the sum of the infinity of 1 – ½ + ¼ . In a throw of two dice. Find x so that x-1. Find the sum of the first 12 terms of an arithmetic progression whose 7th term is 5/3 and with a common difference of -2/3 A. 1/3 B. how many signals can formed by flying all the flags from seven positions on a pole if the same color are to be consecutive? A. 84 220. 288 C.. 9/7 223. A. 9/5 C. 2/3 C. find x. A. the probability of obtaining a total of 10 or 12 is A. 3 C. If . By use of 3 different red flags and 4 different green flags. A. ¼ D. 5/9 B. 5 D. 26 D. 1/9 D. 144 B. 1/18 221. ¾ . 1/12 C. 24 C.

A.0723 C. A man drives a certain distance at 50kph and a second man drives the same distance in 20 minutes less time at 60kph. 0. black and white. 130 km B. 120 B. 96 D. 16 . xy 225. 2. 60 D. 3. 100 km 226.0733 B. find log4 9 A. If 3 balls are drawn in succession without replacement. 84 C. If log 2 = x and log 3 = y. 48 229. How many numbers between 200 and 500 can be formed by using the digits 0. 4.0743 D. each consisting of 6 flags hung in a vertical line can be formed from 4 identical red flags and 2 identical blue flags? A. y/x D. A bag contains 10 white balls and 5 black balls. 1. 80 C. 110 km D. 15 D. 0. find the probability that the balls are drawn in the order black.224. Find the term free of x in the expansion of (x2 – x -1)9 . A.0713 228. xy C. 0. Find the distance traveled. 120 km C. 0. 12 B. 5 if each digit must not be repeated in any number? A. 13 C. 100 227. A. How many different signals. 64 B. x/y B.

345 D. If the digits are reversed. 93 D. . 57 B.. What must be the value of x in the arithmetic progression x-7. Find the largest integer. 26 C. 4 B. The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 12.. 0. 3 C. 27 C. 0.375 B.230. 3 C. so that its 10th term will be 40? A. 24 D.335 234. If Juan worked for 2 days and Pedro joined him. 1 232. 75 C. 25 B.5 B. the new number is 4/7 of the original number. 29 235. A. Find the probability that a couple with three children have exactly two boys. 0.365 C. 2 231. x-2. x+3. Juan can do a job in 6 days and Pedro can do the same job in 10 days. 2. 2 D.5 D. 3. 31 B. in how many days more will the two boys finished the job together? A. A. 0. A. 20 D. 10 . In how many ways can a man choose 2 or more of 5 ties? A. Determine the original number. The sum of three consecutive odd integers is 75. 84 233.

5 D. 4:36. 4:36. 24 B. 2.110? A.92 239. 4 238. find the sum of their reciprocals. A boat can travel 10 kph in still water.5 kph 237. 744 C.62 B. How many hours would it take John to work alone? A. 7 D. If the product of two positive numbers is 14 and their sum is 6. The first term of a geometric progression is 160 and the common ratio is 2/3. John and Jack can do a job in 4 hours and the working rate of John is twice that of Jack. How many consecutive terms must be taken to give a sum of 2. 2 kph B. 2/7 240. 6 C. 210 241. 3/7 B. 5 B. At what time after 4PM will the 6 o’clock mark bisect the angle formed by the minute and the hour hand? A. What is the rate of the current? A. 6 C. A. 3. 10 . 7 B. 5/7 C.82 D.72 C. 3 kph D.5 kph C. 4:36. 4:36. It can travel 60 km downstream in the same time that it can travel 40 km upstream. In how many ways can 6 plus signs and 4 minus signs be written on a straight line? A.236. 4/7 D. 360 D.

A.242. 2. ¼ 244. 14 C.900 243.979.200 C. 24 kph D. Find the probability of getting either 3 heads or 3 tails. In how many ways can 4 boys and 3 girls be seated in a row of 7 seats with the girls always in consecutive seats? A. 16 247. A man drove from station A to station B. 9. 25 kph . 7. 14 D. 3/8 D. 1/8 B. 22 kph B.200 B.200 D. at an average speed of 30kph and return to A at an average speed of 20 kph. 920 245. 23 kph C.979.799. In how many ways can a panel of 5 judges make a majority decisions? A. 12 B. in how many minutes can the tank be filled? A. 10 D. 820 D. 620 B. If all pipes are open at the same time. 25 C. A fair coin is tossed 3 times. 16 246. 60 km away. A tank can be filled by one pipe in 16 minutes. What was the average speed for the whole journey? A. How many arrangements can be made out of the letters of the word “CONSTITUTION”? A. 18 B. by another pipe in 24 minutes and can be drained by a third pipe in 48 minutes. ½ C. 9. 720 C.999.

2. 1/15 B. A train 250 meters long is passing through the tunnel at 25kph. 12 B.250 B. The probability that Vic alone can solve the same puzzle is 0.248. 1/16 C. 0. 0.520 . his son joins him and together they complete the job in 3 more days. 2/19 251.502 C. 6 min B. 1/5 252. In how many ways can 8 students be divided into 4 groups of 2? A. ½ C.9694 C. 0. A tunnel is one kilometer long. 10 249.95. 1/3 B. If (3)^(log3 x) = 4x3. 13 D. 0. What is the probability that Ric can solve the puzzle given the Vic does? A.9310 D. If two dice are cast. How long will it take the son to do the job alone? A. 2. How long will it take the train to completely pass the tunnel? A. 3 min 250.98. A.9361 B. ¼ D. 11 C.9496 253. what is the probability that the sum will be less than 6? A. find the value of x. 4 min C. After the man has worked for 3 days. The probability that both Vic and Ric can solve a certain puzzle is 0. 2. A man can do a job in 8 days. 2. 5/18 D. 5 min D.205 D.

4153 D.000. 3/15 C. 3/14 B.000. (mn)2 C. A. mn B. what is your mathematical expectation? A. P30 B. P60 255. A. m/2 258. 3/16 D. One basket contains 5 apples and 2 oranges and a second basket contains 4 apples and 3 oranges. What is the harmonic mean between 3/8 and 4? A. 22 B.4133 B. 2/m D. P50 D. If a fruit is taken from one of the two baskets at random. 0. what is the probability that it is an orange? A. 23/35 C. 0. Suppose only 8. 26 D. 28 256. A lottery has a first prize of P10.000. 21/35 257.4143 C. 24 C.254. Thrice the sum of two numbers is 30 and the sum of their squares is 52. 0. 0. 24/35 B.000 tickets are sold and you have bought 40 tickets. If A. Find the third proportional to 4n2 and 2mn2.4163 259. Find the product of the numbers. 3/17 . 22/35 D. P40 C. find the value of x. .

How long would it take Juan to finish the job alone? A. 6 hr B. How old is Beth now? A. 9 hr . it would only require 4 hours to finish the job. 21 C. 23 264. 7 hr C. 396. The sum of the first three terms of an arithmetic progression is -3 while the sum of the first five terms of the same arithmetic progression is 10. A. 366. Find the first term. -5 B. 369. 8 hr D.600 C. Ann will be five times as old as Beth and five years after that. Had they worked together from the start. nPn-1 D. 22 D. The product of n P n-r and r P 1 is equal to A. In a certain number of years. In how many ways can 12 books be divided among four students so that each student receive 3 books? A. Ann will be three times as old as Beth. 20 B.600 263. Juan after working on a job for 2 hours was helped by Jose and it took 3 hours more for them working together to finish the job. 390. nPr-1 262.660 B. -2 261. nPn+r-1 C. -4 C. -3 D.260. n Pn-r+1 B.900 D. Ann is eleven times as old as Beth.

563 B. If two balls are drawn from it at random. Find the common ratio of a geometric progression whose first term is 1 and for which the sum of the first 6 terms is 28 times the sum of the first 3 terms. A. Furthermore. 2 269. A. 4 D. 6 C. the probability that one ball of each color is drawn is 6 times the probability that 2 blue balls are drawn. 21 B.265. 3 C. ¼ B. 921 . A. 5 D. the resulting number is 198 more than the original number. 8 267.. 3 B. The sum of the digits of a three-digit number is 14. 4 C. How many red balls are there in the bag? A. ½ C. The units digit is half the tens digit. + 49x = 625. 5 266. 842 C. 6 268. the probability that 2 red balls are drawn is 5 times the probability that 2 blue balls are draw. 15 D.. Solve for x in the equation x + 3x + 5x + 7x + . find z. 2 B. A bag contains an assortment of red and blue balls. If x:y:z = 2:5:7 and 4x – y + 2z = 51. A. 284 D. 1 D. Find the original number. If the digits are reversed.

how much of the original solution did she used? A. cost to each is reduced by P120.2% hydrochloric acid. 90 D. A. 6 C. 121 D. 95 . There are two copies each of 3 different books. If X and Y satisfy the equation X – Y – 6 = 0. A. If the new solution tested 5.270. 21 yr 272. 18 yr B. 101 C. 85 C.800. In how many ways can they be arranged on a shelf? A. find the age of Juan in 1990. 40 ml C. A group of neighbors plan to pay equal amount in order to buy a small power mower which costs P4. Te arithmetic mean of two positive numbers exceeds their geometric mean by 2. 81 271. 8 D. A. 20 yr D. Juan’s age on his birthday in 1989 is equal to the sum of the digits of the year 19Juan’s age on his birthday in 1989 is equal to the sum of the digits of the year 19XY in which he was born. Find the smaller number if it is 40 less than the larger number. 90 B. She used a portion of this solution and replaced it with distilled water. 80 B. 70 ml D. 10 273. 4 B. 19 yr C. 60 ml 274. If the adding 2 more neigbor to the original group. 50 ml B. A chemist mixed 40 ml of 8% hydrochloric acid with 60 ml of 12% hydrochloric acid solution. Find the number of neighbor in the original group.

In how many ways can 9 people cross a river riding 3 bancas whose maximum capacity is 2. 0. 0. A realtor bought a group of lots for S90.750 per lot and has a total profit equal to the amount he received for the last 4 lots sold.53 PM B. 30 white balls. 1:45. 4. 18:11 B. find the probability that only one is red.453 D.4 and 5 respectively? A. 19:11 C. A coin is tossed 6 times. 13 279. 20 black balls and 15 yellow balls. 12 D. What are the odds in favor of getting at least 3 head? A. A.346 B. If 2 balls are drawn. 1:45. replacement being made after each drawing. 10 B.000. At what time did the man arrived at Baguio? A. A man left Manila for Baguio City at past 9AM. 3.275. How many lots were originally in the group? A. 6. 11 C.654 C.73 PM D.83 PM .2311 C. He then sells them at a gain of S3. 21:11 276. 1:45. 1:45.2211 B.2511 277. 20:11 D.2411 D.536 278. 0.63 PM C. A bag contains 10 red balls. he arrived at Baguio and noticed the minute and hour hands of his wrist watch interchanged in position. Between 4 to 5 hours. 5. 0.

30 283. 63 282. A class of 40 students took examination in Mathematics and English. If it rains today.76 days C. 100 . 28 C. A and B can do a piece of work in 42 days. 0. 36 passed in Mathematics and 2 fails in both subjects. 60 B. there is a 50% chance of rain tomorrow. 49 B. 18. In how many days can all of them do the work together? A. 98 D.29 D.86 days B. 18. 0.66 days D.280. the number of students who passed both subjects is A. 18. 61 C. A group consists of n boys and n girls. 51 C. 26 B. Using the relation nCr-1 + nCr = n+1Cr .28 C. 62 D. find the value of y given that 89C63 –88 C63 =x Cy A.56 days 281. 29 D. 0. There is a 30% chance of rain today. then 49% of the group members will be boys. A. there is a 20% chance of rain tomorrow. If two of the boys are replaced by two other girls.27 B.26 284. 18. If 30 passed in English. 0. What is the probability that it rains tomorrow? A. B and C in 31 and A and C in 20 days. Find the value of n. If it does not rain today.

r) = 840 and C(n. 59 D. 64 C.61 288. 3. 2. n(n+1)2 290. 0. 0. 2.21 C. If three sticks are drawn from 5 sticks whose lengths are 1.2353 B. 0. 2.24 B. A passenger train x times as fast as a freight train takes x times as long to pass when overtaking the freight train as it takes to pass when two trains are going in opposite directions.30 D. 3 C. 69 .6.51 D. 0. what is the probability that they will form a triangle? A. A.3523 C. 0. 57 B. 0. find the value of r. 0. Find the probability that all are of the same color. What is the value of x? A. 2 B. If P(n. 5. 0. 7 and 9. n+1 D. How many products can be formed from the numbers 2.41 C. n2 B.36 287. Three card are drawn from a deck of 52 cards without replacement. 4 D.2335 289.r) = 35.3. The simplest form of [(n+1)!]2 / n!(n-1)! is A.285. n(n+1) C. 5 286. 2.5. A.4.7 by taking two or more numbers at a time? A.31 B.3323 D.

17 D. If the odds that candidate A will win are 7:5 that of B are 1:3. 2 C. 0. How old is Juan now? A. A basket contains 3 red balls and 2 white balls while a second basket contains 2 red balls and 5 white balls.13 C. Find the probability that both balls he picked are of the same color. 701/1680 C. 0. When Jose becomes twice as old as Juan is now. 12 B. 3 D. What is the common difference? A. what is the probability that candidate C will win? A. 4 295. A man selected a basket at random and picked a ball and placed it on the other basket.291. 18 292. 5-i or -5-i 293.25 B. Juan is thrice as old as Jose was when Juan was as old as Jose is now. together they will be 78 years. 1 B. 5+i or 5-i B. 5+i or -5-i C. 5-i or -5+i D. 901/1680 . 0. Then another ball is drawn from the second basket. The first term of an arithmetic progression is 6 and the tenth term is 3 times the second term. 14 C. 601/1680 B. A. If z2 = 24 + 10i. There are three candidates A. 16 D. A. 801/1680 D. 0. find z.21 294. B and C for mayor in a town.

Secretary and Treasurer. Jose.8257 B. 12 min B. 1.9933 D. Vice-President.2857 C. He drove his car 60 km to an airport and flew the rest of the way.110km to attend a company conference. Cora. 1. Cely. A businessman travelled 1. 0. Juan and Pedro are participating in elections for four student officers: President.45 hr C. His plane speed is 10 times that of his car. 1. 0. find the probability of tossing a total of at most 5.5827 D.268 C. A.296. A.7285 299. the tank can be filled in 4 minutes. Maria. 11 min C. 0.75 hr D.278 B. In a single toss of a pair of dice. find the probability of tossing at most 6 heads. 10 min D. 0. how long did he fly? A. When a third pipe was used simultaneously with the first two pipes.9922 C.258 D.9911 B. 0. 0.9944 297. A tank can be filled separately in 10 and 15 minutes respectively by tow pipes. Ana. If 7 coins are tossed once. 0.50 hr 298.248 . 0. What is the probability that a girl becomes a President and a boy Vice-President? A. 9 min 300. 0. 0. How long would it take the third pipe alone to fill the tank? A. If he flew 45 minutes longer than he drove.25 hr B. 0. 1. 0.

301. If the sum of two numbers is 1 and their product is also 1. Find the probability of throwing 11 each time in 3 tosses of 2 dice.600 C. 3 an 2 books respectively? A. 2. -2 D. 0.35 B.600 B. -4 . 3. A family budget provides an expenditures of P5. -3 B. A. 0. 0. -1 C. 0. find the amount alloted for milk. find the sum of their cubes.5-liter container has a mixture of 25% alcohol.460 302.00170 C. 1. A.260 D.17000 304. P750 303. 0.01700 D. 0. If the amount alloted for meat is P300 more than that of milk and if the allotment for other food is twice as much as that for meat and milk. How many liters of the mixture must be drained out and replaced with pure alcohol in order to obtain a mixture containing 40% alcohol? A.40 C.00017 B. 0. P600 B.50 305. 0.45 D.100 per month for food. B and C so that they receive 4. P650 C. A. In how many ways can 9 different books be divided among three boys A. 1. A 2. P700 D.

3 . on how many of these kilometers did he used the air conditioning? A. how old is Ann now? A. 17 D. 2 D. 824. 5 B. Find the common ratio of the geometric progression.432 C. Find the 8th term. 480 km B. A. 16 C. 15 B. The tens digit of a two-digit number is one third of the units digit. Find the units digit. a man noticed that his car averaged 21 km per liter of gasoline except for the days he used the air conditioning and then it averaged only 17 km per liter. 4th and 8th terms of an arithmetic progression are themselves in geometric progression. 3 D. 2 C. 680 km D.751 km. On a trip. A.533 D. 580 km C. 780 km 307. A. 835. When the digits are reversed. 18 310. 6 C.306. the new number exceeds twice the original number by 2 more than the sums of the digits. 1 B. 853. If Mary is 20 years old now. Mary is twice as old as Ann was when Mary was as old as Ann is now. The 2nd.807. 4 308.243 B. The 4th term of a geometric progression is 343 and the 6th term is 16.543 309. 823. If he used 91 liters of gasoline to drive 1.

50 313. 0.311.94 C. 0. 4 D. A. find y. the tank can be filled in 1 hour and 12 minutes.89 D.86 B. 0. If he plays 4 times. what was the discounted price for which he should have sold the book? A. The probability of Juan’s winning whenever he plays a certain game is 1/3. find the probability that he wins at most twice.00 D. y = xbx C. y = xb2x D. P3. A. 0. Find the time for pipe A to fill the tank alone.60 hr B. A.79 315. A man sold a book at 105% of the marked price instead of discounting the marked price by 5%. 0. y = x2 bx 314. When both pipes are operating. 5 C.80 C. A. 0. 0. 6 312.50 hr C.30 hr . A tank can be filled by pipe A in half the time that pipe B can empty the same tank.80 B. Determine the common difference of an arithmetic progression whose sum to n terms is 2n 2 + 3n. If he sold the book at P4.20. P2. 7 B.40 hr D. 0. y = 2xbx B. P3. If logb y = 2x + logb x. P2.

From a 2-liter vessel containing water a certain amount was drained and replaced with pure alcohol. 0. 3 C. 174 cm C. 13/36 D. A marble is drawn from the urn and a marble of the other color is then put into the urn. must be added in order that the sum should equal the sum of the first nine terms of the geometric progression 3.? A. How many terms of the arithmetic progression 9. Later from the mixture.13.. the same amount was drained and again replaced with pure alcohol. 5/18 B. 6 318. The tail is as long as the head and half the body and the body is as long as the head and tail. 176 cm D....-6. 1/12 . 178 cm 319. Find the probability that the 2nd marble is red. 172 cm B.. How long is the fish? A.11.12. The head of a fish measures 22cm long. 5 D. What amount was removed each time if the resulting mixture has 36% alcohol? A. 18 B.316. 0. 0.30 L D. A. 21 317.. 4 B.20 L 320.40 L C. 7/24 C. 19 C. 20 D.0.50 L B. A second marble is drawn from the urn. An urn contains 4 red marbles and 8 black marbles. How many arithmetic means must be inserted between 1 and 36 so that the sum of all numbers in the resulting progression will be 148? A.-24.

0. 150x-2 D.2578 B.2785 C.4. A. If the working rate of Juan is twice that of Pedro. how many hectares of land did he initially own? A. If a man was left with 10 hectares fewer than 40% of his land after selling 6 hectares more than 70% of his land. 0.2. 19 C.2857 D.3. 10 days C.8. 0. 6 days .5. 12 days B. 21 B. 130x-2 B. 160x-2 325. Without expanding (4x -2 – (x/2) )7. 30 B. Find the sum of the first six terms. find the term involving x -2 A. A. 0. 40 C.6. Juan and Pedro can do a job together in 4 days. 140x-2 C. A number of 5 different digits is written at random by use of the digits 1. 17 D.321.2587 324. 15 323. 8 days D. how long would it take for Pedro to do the job alone? A. The 3rd term of an arithmetic progression is 4 and the 9th term is -14. Find the probability that the number will have even digits at each end. 50 D. 60 322.

3 329. 4 D.6.326. 600 B. If a number of 6 different digits is written at random by using the digits 1. he found that he had miscalculated. A man decided to build a wire fence along one straight side of his property. A. 125 ft 327. 2/7 C.7. 5 white balls and 4 blue balls if each selection consists of 3 balss of each color. 5 C. 6 B. 800 D. 5 B. 1/7 B. He planned to place the posts 6 feet apart but after he bought the posts and the wire. find the probability that the number will be even. 120 ft D. 4/7 330.4. x2 – 5 and 2x will be in harmonic progression is A. 100 ft B. The positive value of x so that x. 900 . 700 C. -1 C.5. -3/2 328. 110 ft C. 3/7 D. Solve the given system for z: x – y + 6z = -15 3y – 2z = 18 5x + 2z = -8 A. he discovered that he could do with the posts he had by placing them 8 feet apart.2. ½ D. How ling was the side of the plot? A. However.3. A. He had 5 posts too few. Find the number of ways of selecting 9 balls from 6 red balls.

find the rate of the faster train. Find the probability that one is odd and the other is even. A. 8 C. A. 7/9 B. 4/9 . the faster train could completely pass the slower train in 2 minutes. 11 m/s B.0188 332. If they move in the same direction. It takes 10 second for two trains to pass each other when moving in opposite directions. 0. 5 D. 7 334. 0. A. If the faster train is 120 meters long and the slower train is 130 meters long. 13 m/s D. 14 m/s 335. Find the 11th term. 22 333. 5/9 C.331. 6/9 D. 4 B. 0. 0. A bag contains 9 balls numbered 1 to 9. A boy is two years more than twice as old as his brother. The 3rd term of a harmonic progression is 15 and the 9th term is 6. What is the probability of drawing a face card on the first selection from a deck of 52 cards without replacement drawing an ace on the second selection? A. 10 B. Two balls are drawn at random. 12 m/s C.0181 B. 18 D. How old is the sister? A. 15 C. The two boys together are 17 years older than their sister who is 7 years younger than the older boy.0118 C.0811 D.

288 D. Three boys A. 50 kph 338. 0. 5x+4 and 3x2-1 will be in arithmetic progression. In how many ways can 3 men be selected out of 15 men if 2 of the men are to be excluded from every selection? A. What was his initial speed? A. in how many days would the three boys finish the job? A. 2 B. B and C working together can do a job in a certain number of hours. 3 D.4385 C.3845 . If A can do the job in 1 day more and B alone can do the same job in 6 days more while C alone can do the job twice as much time. 4 D. 28 kph B.2578 B. 0. he would have made the trip in 45 minutes less time. A. 2 339. 0. 5 B. 3 C. 4 C. 39 kph C. A. 0. A bag contains 5 red balls and 6 white balls. 286 C. Find the positive value of x so that 4x. If we draw 4 balls. 284 B. find the probability that at least 3 balls are white. 42 kph D. 282 340.3485 D. If he had driven 9 km more per hour. 5 337. A man drove 156 km at a constant rate of speed.336.

B and C assemble 96 machines. a boy can do the same job in 12 hours and a girl can do it in 16 hours. 8 C. If B works twice as many days as A and if C works 1/3 as many days as both A and B together.54 hr B.341. 6. 1. how many days does group A work? A.76 hr C. 6. 12 B. 24 343.66 hr B. 22 C. 14 C. Group A assembles 3 machines. 1. 6.45 hr C. 16 D. A. Find the larger even integer. 12 . 1.34 hr D.86 hr D.43 hr 345. Three groups of men A.A boy walks from A to B at the rate of 3kph and a man starting at the same time walks from B to A at 4kph. 18 342.96 hr 344. Town A is 11 kilometers from town B. When will they be 2kilometer apart after meeting each other along the way? A. 1. 21 B. How long will it take them to do the job if the man and the boy work together for one hour and then the boy and the girl finish the job? A. Find the 10th term in an arithmetic progression where the first term is 3 and whose 1 st. 6 B. 4th and 13th terms form a geometric progression. B 4 machines and C 5 machines per day. 23 D. The sum of the squares of two consecutive even integers is 340. 10 D. 6. A. A man can do a job in 8 hours.

0. 27/7 B. 0. 33/7 D.25 348.20 D.2108 B. A bag contains 3 black balls. 0. 30/7 350.15 C. A piece of work can be done by women in 11 days and 30 men in 7 days. when will the second be ½ the volume of the first? A. 0. If he plays twice. 0. If the first is totally evaporated in 6 weeks and the second is 5 weeks. 4 B. The probability that Juan will win a game of chess whenever he plays is ¼. When the son was born. 3 D. In how many days can the work be done by 22 women and 21 men? A. 8 yr D. 7 yr C. 0. 2 .2308 D.346. Find the age of the son now/ A. what are the odds that he wins the 1st game and loses the 2nd game? A. A man is 4 years older than his wife and 5 times as old as his son. A. 5 C. 6 black cubes and 14 white cubes.10 B. 0. 0. the age of the wife was 6/7 the age of her husband. 9 yr 349.2208 C. 6 yr B. 7 white balls. 29/7 C.2408 347. Find the probability of drawing a ball and a black object. Equal volumes of different liquids evaporate at different but constant rates.

3. median D. mean deviation B. category .351. 39. trial B.09 354. sample C. data B. The most numerous or most common value in a series of values is called the A. mode 356. quartile deviation C. array C.009 C. frequency D. range B. mean D. variate 355. harmonic mean C. event D. variance D. arithmetic mean B. range 352. median 353.00 D.039 B. mode C. Which of the following numbers has two significant figure? A. 30. Which of the following is a measure of central tendency whose magnitude depends directly on the size of the scores in the group? A. What do you call each possible outcome of an experiment? A. A. It is a measure of dispersion which depends only on two scores in the entire distribution. 0. An arrangement of raw numerical data in ascending or descending order of magnitude is called A.

class mark C. class boundaries C. mutually inclusive 362. If two events have no outcome in common. frequency distribution D. class limits B. Poisson distribution C. mutually exclusive D.5 and 52. then they are said to be A. The probability of an impossible event is A. average B. A tabulation of data showing the number of times a score or group of scores appears is called A.357. A. parameter C. zero B.5 and these end points are called the A. continuous variable B. boundary 358. discrete variable D. dependent B. A. The class interval 50 – 52 theoretically includes all measurement from 49. independent C. mean D. undefined 360. unity C. probability distribution 359. class marks D. infinity D. It is a variable that can only assume designated values. class widths . variate 361. It is halfway between the upper limit and lower limit of a class interval. normal distribution B.

The range is a measure of A. number of girls 368. The total area under a probability curve is always A. greater than one C. one B. four . the mid number of the array C. temperature of an object D. standard deviation 367. between zero and one D. central tendency D. three D. the mean of the 65th and the 66th numbers in the array D. two C. less than one 364. mean deviation D. deviation C. average deviation B.363.01? A. the median corresponds to the A. 65th number in the array B. weight of a body B. It is a measure of dispersion which depends upon the deviation of all scores from the mean. quartile deviation C. distribution 365. Which of the following is not a continuous variable? A. How many significant figures has the number 10. equal to unity B. the average of the sum of all numbers in the array 366. variability B. A. When 130 numbers are arranged in an array. height of a body C.

class mark B. If A and B are two events and p(A and B) = p(A)p(B). standard score . events “king or red card” C. what do you call the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment? A. events “diamond or black Jack” 371. dependent 374. range D.”? A. events “queen or face card” D. p(H’ or N) C. then which of the following means “The probability of getting a tail given that a prime number has come up on the die. disjoint D. It represents that point in the data where one half of the scores fall below that point and one half falls above it. complementary B. average B. If H is the event of getting a head by tossing a coin and N is the event of getting a prime number by tossing a die. events “ace or black card” B. median C. independent C. event B. mean 370. then the two events are said to be A. p(N/H’) 372. p(H’ and N) B. trial C. In probability theory. sample space D. variate 373. Which of the following events are mutually exclusive? A. The highest score in a distribution minus the lowest score is called the A. p(H’/N) D.369. median C. midscore D. A.

the sum A + B is denoted by A. It refers to the facts and figures collected on some characteristics of a sample. The most widely used measure of dispersion is the A. standard deviation C. A = B D. A ↔ B 379. In set theory. certainty C. frequency 377. A. A ᴗ B B. frequency . A. average deviation 380. It refers to the number of times a score occurs in a sample. data C. array B. permutation B. scattergram 376. probability D.375. The number of favorable outcomes divided by the total amount of outcomes is called A. average D. mean deviation B. histogram D. pie chart B. histogram 378. population D. Which of the following is commonly used to illustrate the government income and expenditure? A. frequency polygon C. outcome B. A ᴖ B C. mode C. quartile deviation D.

quartile deviation B. median D. mean deviation 386. quartile deviation D. arithmetic mean C. It is equal to the absolute difference between the observations in a sample and the mean divided by the total number of observations in the sample. mode . Which of the following is true? A. average deviation 384. value 382. D. variable C.381. In statistics. variance D. C. which of the following is a qualitative variable? A. A. 385. mean deviation C. arithmetic mean B. The positive square root of the variance is equal to A. number of people D. root mean square C. variate B. B. geometric mean B. number grade in a card B. The sum of the squared deviation about the mean is called A. salary of a teacher 383. letter grade in a card C. standard deviation D. When the sample is large and the variable is quantitative which of the following measures of central tendency has a distinct advantage in terms of accuracy? A.

the probability of obtaining a sum of 6 is A. range 390. mean C. 4/36 D. 0. A. In how many other orders could they have appeared? A.9 C.9 and P(not B) = 0.6 . 54 C. head appeared 3 times and tail 5 times in the following order HTTTHHTT. mode B. what is the probability that all throws show 6? A. find the theoretical standard deviation. A point in the distribution of scores at which 50% of the score fall below and 50% fall above. median D. 6/36 389. 7/36 C. If A and B are two independent events and P(A) = 0. If a coin is tossed 100 times. 4 B. 53 B. 56 388.7 D. 0.387. 0. ¾ 392.8 B. 2 C. A. 55 D. When a coin is tossed 8 times in succession. 5 391. 3/8 D. A.2. 3 D. find P(not A or B). 1/8 B. 5/36 B. ¼ C. 0. If a die is thrown 3 times. In a single toss of a pair of dice.

find P(A’ and B).20. 25 397.7) X e-0.1721 395. 0. 0.1172 B.1217 C. 100 B. 28 B. 27 C. the probability of getting a score of 85 was 0. 0.85 and P(B’) = 0.7] / X!. 0.0795 B.0597 D. What grade must he make in the fifth subject so that his average will be 87? A.70. 0. what is the expected number of students who will get a score of 85? A. how many bolts are expected to be defective if there are a total of 600 bolts? A. 105 C. 26 D.393. Find p(2). A Poisson distribution is given by p(X) = [(0. If P(A) = 0.35. 0. A. If the probability of a defective bolt is 0. 115 D. 96 394. When a test was given. 120 396. 0.0759 . 93 B. 95 D. A. A boy has an average of 85 in four subjects. Consider two independent events A and B.1127 D.0975 C. 0. 94 C. If 40 students took the test.

43. 3. 76 and 82 respectively. Determine the root mean square (RMS) of the numbers 2. 73 B.652 C.27. 21 and 29. The odds that a new product will succeed are estimated as being 5:3. 0. 80 B. 3.19.8. 2.29. 24 B.7.27.91. B and C were 70. 81 D.50.562 D.2.55 C. 72 C.66. A.625 B. The grades of an examinee in a board examination in three subjects A.55 B.55 D.53. 18 D. 25 400. 4. A.55 . 0.398. 35 and 45 respectively.76.27.24. 20. 0.19.3. 24 401. Find the probability that the product will succeed. Find the mean of 67.20. The ages of 8 people are 17. If the weights accorded to these grades are 25. 0. 4. Find the mode for the following numbers: 16. 78 399. 71 D. Find the median A. 50. 70 402. 26 C. 36.18. 27 D. 3. 19.77. 79 C. 19 B.69. 1. 27 C. A. A. what is the mean grade of the examinee? A.626 403.81.

404. If the variable x assumes that values 1, 3 and 5 while those of the variable y are 2, 4 and 6,
calculate the value of
.
A. 184
B. 188
C. 187
D. 186
405. If P(A) = 0.25 and P(B) = 0.35 and if A and B are not mutually exclusive events, find P(A
or B).
A. 0.0875
B. 0.0714
C. 0.6000
D. 0.5125
406. The number of minutes, a girl spent in making 6 phone calls was 3, 8, 9, 11, 15 and 20
minutes. Find the mean number of calls.
A. 10 min
B. 11 min
C. 12 min
D. 13 min
407. In a basketball game, Jawo is given two free throws. Based on his previous record, the
probability that his first free throw will be successful is 0.75 and the probability that he will be
successful on both throws is 0.55. If Jawo is successful on the first throw, what is the probability
that he makes the second throw?
A. 0.71
B. 0.73
C. 0.74
D. 0.75
408. For a sample which consists of the values 45, 50, 55, 60 and 65, the average deviation is
A. 5
B. 4
C. 6
D. 7

409. If

and

, find

.

A. 18
B. 16
C. 15
D. 17
410. Find the geometric mean of 2, 3, 3, 5, 7 and 8.
A. 4.121
B. 4.131
C. 4.141
D. 4.151
411. Of 300 students, 100 are currently enrolled in mathematics and 80 are currently enrolled in
Physics. These enrolment figures include 30 students who are enrolled in both subjects. What is
the probability that a randomly chosen student will be enrolled in either Mathematic or Physics?
A. 0.45
B. 0.50
C. 0.55
D. 0.60
412. On a single roll of a die, what are the odds of rolling either an even number or a 5?
A. 2:1
B. 3:1
C. 4:1
D. 5:1
413. Find the standard deviation of 4, 7, 8, 9 and 12.
A. 2.61
B. 2.81
C. 2.41
D. 2.31
414. If the median (Md) is 57.22 and the mean (M) is 55.78, find the mode (Mo) by using the
empirical formula M-Mo = 3(M-Md).
A. 30.10
B. 40.10
C. 50.10
D. 60.10

415. Evaluate

by using the summation formulas.

A. 10
B. 11
C. 12
D. 13
416. Calculate the harmonic mean of the numbers 2, 4, 5 and 7.
A. 3.55
B. 3.66
C. 3.77
D. 3.88
417. In an electric company, the probability of passing an IQ test is 0.75. If ten applicants took
the test, what is the theoretical standard deviation of the group?
A. 1.57
B. 1.47
C. 1.37
D. 1.27
418. A student has test scores of 75, 83 and 78. The final test counts half the total grade. What
must be the minimum(integer) score of the final test so that the average is 80?
A. 83
B. 82
C. 84
D. 81
419. Out of 10,000 men, the probability that a man picked at random weighs over 86 kg is 0.25
and the probability that the man weighs less than 61 kg is 0.15. What is the probability that a
man picked at random weighs between 61 kg and 86 kg?
A. 0.55
B. 0.60
C. 0.65
D. 0.70

420. The amount X of money a certain author earns is shown in the following probability
function:
X:
P1,000
P1,200
P1,600
P2,000
P2,400
P(X):
0.20
0.22
0.24
0.21
0.13
What is the probability that the author will earn more than P1,500?
A. 0.66
B. 0.34
C. 0.58
D. 0.80
421. If the probability of a defective bolt is 0.10, find the standard deviation of defective bolts in
a total of 500 bolts.
A. 6.71
B. 7.61
C. 5.71
D. 6.17
422. An urn contains 3 white balls and 2 black balls. If two balls are drawn at random, what is
the probability that the two balls drawn are of different colors?
A. 4/5
B. 2/5
C. 1/5
D. 3/5
423. On the final examination on Algebra, Juan was informed that he received a standard score
of 1.4. If the standard deviation of the examination grades is 10 and the mean is 72, find the
examination grade if Juan.
A. 85
B. 86
C. 84
D. 83
424. A die is tossed 6 times. Using the binomial probability formula, determine the probability of
rolling the number 5 four times.
A. 0.00804
B. 0.00480
C. 0.08004
D. 0.00840

425. 0. 0.603 427. If 3 marbles are drawn. 0. If a pack of 52 cards is cut.842 428. 0. 5 D. What is the probability than both will be alive in 20 years? A.3421 B. 6 B. 0. 0. 0. 0.306 C. 0.2431 C.824 D.1432 D. 0. In problem 426. 0.1879 . what is the probability that it shows a king. 7 C. For the probability distribution given below.1987 C. X: -10 -20 P(X): 1/5 3/10 A.482 C. 0.630 D. 8 white marbles and 12 blue marbles. find the probability that at least one of them will be alive in 20 years.1897 B. a jack. 0. 0.45. The probability that a man will be alive in 20 years is 0. a spade or an ace? A.428 B.360 B.1798 D. A box contains 4 red marbles. 0. find the mean. A. 8 30 1/2 426. what is the probability that one of each color is drawn? A.4231 429.68 and the probability that his wife will be alive in 20 years is 0. 0.

0. two prizes of P50.000. find the standard deviation of the examination grades.000 and ten prices of P10. 13 C. What is the probability of obtaining a sum of 11 when 3 dice are tossed? A.00 B. 700 D. 11 D. P4. a committee consisting of 3 men and 2 women is to be formed. Out of 800 families with 4 children each. 750 432. 600 B.8 respectively on the final examinations in Physics.430. 0. how many of these families would have at least one boy? A.50 D. five prizes of P25. If their examination grades were 83 and 62 respectively. 650 C. How many different committees can be formed if 2 men must be on the committee? A.000 ticket sold. 35 B. P4.75 431. 0. 15 B.25 C.145 B. A lottery has one prize of P100. P4. 40 C. what is the expected value of a ticket? A. 45 D.135 C. If there are 100.115 433.6 and -0.000. P4.000.125 D. A. Two students A and B were informed that they received standard scores of 2. 0. 50 434. 9 . From 5 men and 6 women.

105 B. B and C. P6. If 3 percent of the electric bulbs manufactured by a company are defective. Determine the mathematical expectation of C. The first to draw a red ball receives P70. 0. Find the probability of getting between 2 and 5 heads inclusive in 8 tosses of a fair coin. 0..00 D. P10. In how many ways can 30 boys be selected out of 100 boys? Hint: Use Stirling’s approximation to n! A. draws a ball without replacement.. .00 C.32 x 10-7 D. 0. 0. 1.22 x 10-7 437. 26 D. 1. 1. 27 436.00 B. 24 B. 0. A.00 439. 25 C. 0.107 438.8230 D. 45 in any order.8203 B. 2.103 C. Each of three boys A. A. A bag contains 3 white balls and 4 red balls.52 x 10-7 B. A. 1. 0.101 D.435. 3. P7. 5 will be defective by using Poisson distribution. Find the probability of winning the first prize of a state lottery in which one is required to choose six of the numbers 1.8032 . named in that order. P8.42 x 10-7 C. find the probability that in a sample of 100 bulbs..8302 C. 0. A.

1 x 10-5 respectively. three of them containing P50 bill each and two of them containing P100 bill each. If a man buys a lottery ticket.52 D. 0. 253 15 1/3 16 3/8 24 1/6 443.044 B.000. 273 C. Five sealed envelopes are placed in a box.52 C.440. P6. 2/5 441. 0. he can win first prize of P30. 263 D. 0. If a box is selected at random and an envelope is drawn from it. 0. What should be a fair price to pay the ticket? A. 2/3 D.9 x 10-7 and 4.054 D. P8. what is the probability that it contains a P100 bill? A.064 C. six of them containing P50 bill each and four of them containing P100 bill each. P5. 283 B. A die is tossed 8 times.52 B.000 with probabilities of 1.000 or a second prize of P20.034 442. ¾ C. Given the probability distribution X: 8 P(X): 1/4 Find the expected value of x2 or E(x2) A. Another box has ten sealed envelopes.52 . 3/5 B. P7. What is the probability of tossing 5 and 6 twice? A.

0.3078 B. 0. 44. Three towns A. 130 mph 447. A.) A. A box contains 3 red balls and 7 black balls. 59. 160 mph B.3087 D. Given the following frequency distribution: Class Interval 5–7 8 – 10 11 – 13 14 – 16 17 – 19 Find the arithmetic mean.95 Frequency 8 14 18 11 9 . Determine the average speed for the entire trip.95 B.65 kph B.95 C. 140 mph D. a second ball is drawn and followed by the same procedure until five drawings were made. 11. 150 mph C. 13. from B to C at 50 kph and from C to A at 60 kph. 12.65 kph 446. 2. An airplane travels distances of 1. B and C are equidistant from each other.200 mi at speeds of 120 mph. A car travels from A to B at 40kph.000 mi and 3. A person selects a ball at random and the color is noted.65 kph C. What is the probability that of the 5 balls drawn.65 kph D. 0.3708 C.500 mi. (Hint: The average speed is equal to the harmonic mean of the given speeds. 46.95 D. 2 were red? A. After shaking the box. Then the ball is replaced. 150 mph and 200 mph respectively. Find the average speed of the plane. 0.444. A.3807 445. 48. 10.

53 449.73 B.43 450. Three marbles are drawn without replacement from an urn containing 4 red marbles and 6 white marbles. find the coefficient of variance.38 452. 12.63 C.21 % C.448.38 C. 3. 11. 11. A. In problem 447. In problem 447. 61. Find the probability that one of them will be alive in 25 years. 13. 3. Out of 50 numbers.56 C.73 B. construct a table showing the probability distribution and find the variance of the distribution. 8 were 10’s. A. A. find the median.38 B. 7/15 453. A. 12 were 7’s.53 D. 11. 3. find the standard deviation. 10 were 9’s and the remainder were 15’s.38 D.52 . In problem 447. 0.21 % 451.21 % B. 31. 1/5 C. 4/15 B.83 D. 10.21 % D. 0. 11. 0. The probability that a man will be alive in 25 years is 3/5 and the probability that his wife will be alive in 25 years is 2/3. Find the mean. 51. 2/5 D.54 B. A. 11. 3.63 C. 0. 41. If X is a random variable that denotes the total number of red marbles. A.58 D. 15 were 16’s.

1/47 D. Determine the mean grade of the classes. 2. 1/46 C. P124.0015 C. an umbrella salesman can earn P780 per day. If it rains. Find the value of a. 1/45 B. 0. 0. 3/7 D. he can lose P156 per day. A continuous random variable X that can be assume values only between X = 2 and X = 8 inclusive has a density function p(X) = a(X + 3) where a is a constant.80 D.24 C. find P(X-4). 2. 3/5 C. If it is fair.28 455. P126. A. 0.0019 456.454. ¾ B. What is his mathematical expectation if the probability of rain is 0. 1/48 458. A.22 B.80 457. two 3’s and three 4’s turn up.30? A. A.85 in their classes which consisted of 35. Find the probability that one 2. Three teachers in mathematics reported mean examination grades of 2. In problem 457. 28 and 20 students respectively.80 B. A fair die is tossed 6 times. 2. P120.45.80 C.25 and 1.0017 D. 3/8 . P122. 2. 2. A. 0.26 D.0013 B.

A box contains 5 white balls.459. in physics 75.125 C. algebra B. physics. 0. 4 twenty five-centavo coins and 2 one-peso coins. 3. 12. 0.65 . english 463. A ball selected at random from the box.6549 C. A. 0. A bag contains 8 one-centavo coins. physics. 3. Find the probability that out of 5 balls selected in this manner. 0. If the mean grade in algebra is 80. 2 are white balls.65 D.9412 460. 3. If 5 bolts are chosen at random. 6 ten-centavo coins.9546 462.135 D.9214 B. A.65 C. 0. 6. 0.9124 D. Compute the standard deviation for a binomial distribution in which out of 60 bolts. 13. What is the mathematical expectation of a person drawing a box at random? A. physics C.65 B. A. 4 and 5 in algebra.9421 C.145 461. chemistry D. 3 red balls and 2 black balls. 42 bolts are found to be defective. The coins are placed one each in uniform boxes. 2 are red balls and 1 is a white ball. 79. 0. Joey took examinations in algebra.5496 B. A. 3.115 B. chemistry and english respectively. A factory supervisor finds that 20 percent of the bolts produced by a machine will be defective. 14. 88 and 93 respectively.4596 D. 0. its color noted and then the ball is replaced. 11. in which subject was his relative standing higher? Hint: Calculate the standard grade corresponding to each subject and compare. find the probability that at most 2 bolts will be defective. in chemistry 85 and in english 90 and if the standard deviation are 8. chemistry and english and scored 84.

50% B. A bag contains 1 red marble and 7 white marbles. odd. 15 orange balls. Using Poisson approximation. A bag contains 9 tickets numbered from 1 to 9 inclusive. If the variance of a sample is 29 and its arithmetic mean is 11.25 C. A. 4/18 D. 103/225 B. find the probability that in 8 such drawings.0316 468. the mean earnings per hour is P180.464. After its color has been noted. 55% C. find the root mean square. even or even. 3/18 . odd. 5/18 C. A marble is drawn from the bag. A.26 B. find the probability that they are drawn in the order odd. 12. Find the probability that at least one ball is blue A.0541 C.0451 D. determine the percentage of male employed by the company. A. 106/225 467. If 3 tickets are drawn from the box one at a time. a red ball is selected 3 times. 13. 10. In a company. A box contains 10 red balls. Two balls are drawn in succession replacement being made after each drawing. 11. If the mean earning paid to male nd female employees were P200 and P150 respectively. 7/18 B. 0. 105/225 D. 20 blue balls and 30 green balls. 60% D.0631 B. 0. 0. eve. it is put back into the bag and another marble is drawn from the bag. 65% 466. A. 104/225 C. 0.36 465.24 D.

45. 0. Find the probability that in 10 drawing. 54.00046 D. A. ¼ C. 6. 1/3 .360 B. 64.0802 C. 0.600 D.0902 D. 34.600 B. 9 yellow balls and 1 red ball will be drawn A.0602 470. 43 473. How many sums of money each consisting 3 or more coins can be formed from 6 different kinds of coins? A. ¾ B. 5. the average number of phone calls per minute coming into the switch board of a company is 2.350 C.600 C.469. 0.00056 471. A box contains a very large number of red. blue and yellow balls in the ratio 1:2:3:4.0702 B. 40 B.600 472. 3. 4. 4 different physics books and 2 different history books to be placed on a shelf with the books of each subject kept together. 0. In how many ways can 8 persons be seated at a round table if a certain 2 persons are not to sit next to each other? A. find the probability that during one particular minute there will be 4 phone calls. Between 1 and 3 pm. 0.630 474. 2/3 D.00026 B. Evaluate A. 42 D. Using Poisson approximation. Find the number of ways in which the books can be placed.00036 C.560 D. There are 5 different chemistry books. 0. white. 41 C. 0. 0. A.

475. (secn y)/n + C C. 2. 2. ½ B. 1 B. 478. ¼ D. The integral of secn y tan y dy is A.1943 477. tan y + C D. A. 2/3 C. find y. 2. (secn+1 y)/(n+1) B. 4 dx from x = 0 to x = y is equal to 14/3.3491 D. A. If f(x) = x + 3 and g(x) = (x+1) 2. 4/3 D. 1/3 B. 3 D. 1/5 .4319 C. Find the integral of 2dx / x3 from x = 0 tp x = infinity. 9/693 C. If the integral of A. 2 C. Find the area bounded by the curve y = 2x – x2 and the x-axis.4139 B. ¾ 476. (sec2n y)/(2n) + C 477. 1/3 C. 10/693 D. Use the Wallis’ formula to evalute A. 2. 11/693 476. 8/693 B. find A.

A particle moves along a straight line with velocity v given at time t by v = 12 t2 m/s. 7650 joules C.33 C. 0. 0 B. 501. Find the distance traveled by the particle in the first 5 seconds.271 B.33 480. 6507 joules D. 6.571 484. 500 m D. A. The arc of the curve the surface generated.6 D. 3 481. 5. A 30-m long cable weighing 15N/m is to be wound about a windlass.33 B. 0. 6750 joules B.4 B. If from x=0 to x=1 is revolved about the x-axis. 0.7 483. 504. 400 m C. 3. 502. The area bounded by 4x2 + 9y2 = 36 is revolved about the line y = 6 – x. find k.479. Evaluate A. Find the area of .5 C. 1 C. Use Pappus’ theorem to find the volume of the solid generated. A.471 D. Find the work done. 4. A. 503. 600 m . 0. A. A. 300 m B. 5760 joules 482.33 D. 2 D.371 C.

[(4x2+1)5/2]/20 + C D. [(4x2+1)5/2]/8 + C . -1 B. -3 487. The length of the arc of the curve y = ln sec x from x = 0 to x = pi/3 is A. 2 D. 1.3170 C. 2 486.1170 489. If and evaluate A. 32/3 C. 31/3 B. 7 C.2170 D.485. 488. 3 B. A. find k. 1. 6 D. -1 D. 1. If the area bounded by y = x2. 1 C. Find the area bounded by y=x2-1 and y=3. 35/3 D. The value of is equal to A. [(4x2+1)3/2]/20 + C B. Evaluate A. 1 C. 0 B. x=k (k>0) and the x-axis is equal to 8/3. 37/3 . 1. . A.4170 B. 5 490. [(4x2+1)3/2]/8 + C C.

2 B. A. pi.95 D. D.7726 B. 0.491.2 493.97 494. C. A. A. y = 4 and x = 0. 0. 1. 41.9 496. pi/6 B.2 C. y = x -2. Find the area bounded by y2 = 1 – x. 492. 0. Find the y-coordinate (ŷ) of the centroid of the first-quadrant area under the curve y = ex between x = 0 and x = 1. Integrate A.6772 D. 10/3 D.93 C. Find the moment of inertia with respect to the x-axis of the area bounded by y2 = 4x. pi/7 C. Evaluate A. 51. 11/3 . Find the integral of from x = 0 to x = 1.2 D. 1. 31. 7/3 B.91 B. 1. A. y=1 and y=-1.6727 495. 8/3 C. 0. 1. pi/8 D. 21.7627 C. B.

If b2 – 4ac < 0. hyperbola 498. negative slope 500. The locus of a point on a circle which rolls without slipping on a straight line is called a. positive slope d. does not cross the x-axis d. no slope c. strophoid b. coincident d. zero slope b. ellipse b.y) where y < 0 lies in quadrant a. The point (4. I b. cycloid 502.497. III d. parallel c. A line with inclination between 0° and 90° has a. to the left 501. then the graph of y = ax2 + bx + c a. intersecting b. If the second-degree equation Ax2 + Bxy + Cy2 +Dx + Ey + F = 0 represents a real conic and B2 – 4AC is positive. upward c. touches the x-axis once 503. trochoid c. then it is a. astroid d. to the right d. II c. crosses the x-axis twice c. circle c. then the lines are a. crosses the x-axis once b. If the slopes of two lines are equal and their y-intercepts are different. downward b. perpendicular 499. parabola d. The parabola x2 – 4x + 2y – 6 = 0 opens a. IV .

the origin d. crosses the positive x-axis d. passes through the origin 510. a straight line 509. r = 4cosθ 508. 90° d. The equation y2 + 12y + 36 = 0 represents a. then the tangent of θ is a.504. one c. a parabola d. negative c. a pair of parallel lines b. The graph of y2 – 1 = 0 is a. r = 4cscθ b. the y-axis c. is parallel to the x-axis b. infinity . The slope of a vertical line is a. positive b. If the inclination θ of a line is an obtuse angle. the z-axis b. r = 4secθ c. a point d. a pair of intersecting lines c. two intersecting lines c. both axes 507. r = 4sinθ d. The curve y = x3 is symmetric with respect to a. is parallel to the y-axis c. two parallel lines b. The polar equation of the line parallel to the polar axis and 4 units above it is a. then the graph of the line Ax + By + C = 0 a. undefined 505. zero d. a point 506. zero b. If C = 0.

Which of the following as no graph? a. an ellipse b. The graph of the polar equation r(2 + 4sinθ) = 3 is a. then it is a.511. x + 4 = 0 b. 50 514. a hyperbola c. x – 4 = 0 c. 30 c. a hyperbola 515. x2 + y2 – 9 = 0 b. 25 b. x2 + y2 + 9 = 0 c. no slope d. y + 4 = 0 . positive slope c. The circle x2 + y2 = 100 has a radius of a. The ellipse is symmetric with respect to a. the equation of the directrix of the parabola x2 =16y is a. both axes and the origin 513. then it has a. an ellipse 516. a circle b. x2 – y2 – 9 = 0 d. a parabola d. If the eccentricity of a conic is 3/5. the origin only d. the y-axis only c. x2 – y2 + 9 = 0 512. a parabola d. negative slope b. the x-axis only b. y – 4 = 0 d. zero slope 517. a circle c. 10 d. if a line slants downward to the right.

perpendicular to the x-axis d. c. a circle b.518. r = 1 + sinθ b. 522. The point is below the line. The point and the origin are on the opposite sides of the line. If the directed distance from a point to the line is negative. 1:3 b. Cissoid of Diocles d. 1:2 c. Conchoid of Nicomedes b. d. a parabola d. an ellipse c. Which of the following is the polar equation of a limacon? a. a parabola c. parallel to the x-axis b. The point and the origin are not on the side of the line. If M is a point that is 1/3 of the distance from point A to point B. 1:4 524. a hyperbola 521. parallel to the y-axis c. coincident with the y-axis 520. then M divides the line segment AB in the ratio a. r = 2 – sinθ d. the locus of a point such that its radius vector is proportional to its vectorial angle is called the a. It is the locus of a point which moves in a plane so that the sum of its distance from two fixed points is constant. a hyperbola 523. If A = 0 and B∙C ≠ 0. an ellipse d. then the line Ax + By + C = 0 is a. 2:3 d. The graph of the equation 4y2 = 8 – x2 is a. Spiral of Archimedes c. a circle b. Folium of Descartes 519. r = 2(1 – sinθ) c. b. then which of the following is true? a. r = 2sinθ . a. The point is above the line.

a parabola d. an ellipse b. y = 3x2 531. b and c 528. a hyperbola 529. origin only d. negative x-intercept and negative y-intercept d. negative x-intercept and positive y-intercept c. y = 2x3 c. then it is a a. positive x-intercept and positive y-intercept b. both b and c 526. 0 < a/b < 0 c. a = b b. ab = 1 d. The graph of Ax2 + Cy2 + Dx +Ey +F = 0 where A and C are not both zero is a parabola if a. 0 < b/a < 1 . y2 = 2x3 b. then which of the following relations is true? a. m1m2 = -1 c. x-axis only b. AC < 0 d. xy = 2 d. AC > 0 c. a circle c. AC ≠ 0 530. m1/m2 = -1 d. If two lines with slopes m1 and m2 are perpendicular to each other. m1 = m2 b. m1 – m2 = 1 527. Which of the following curves is symmetric with respect to the x-axis? a. all of a. If the eccentricity of a conic is greater than one. A line will have a positive slope under which of the following conditions? a. y-axis only c.525. The graph of y2 + 4x = 0 has symmetry with respect to the a. the graph of a limacon r = a + bcosθ has an inner loop if a. AC = 0 b.

y = x1/2 c. Which of the following is an equation of a pair of semicubical parabola? a. What is the polar equation of the line passing through (3. x2 + y2 +7 = 0 c. 0°) and perpendicular to the polar axis? a. a circle d. A = C and they have opposite signs d. 4 b. 7 d. 5 c. x2 – 6x + 9 = 0 533. 5 b. an ellipse c. r = 3cscθ b. 7 537. y2 + 4y = 0 d. both A and C are not zero. r = 3cosθ d. neither A nor C is zero. 6 c. Which of the following is the equation of a pair of parallel lines? a. y2 – x2 = 0 b. A ≠ C and they have opposite signs 536. 8 538. The distance between the foci of an ellipse 6x2 + 2y2 = 12 a. The distance between the directrices of an ellipse in problem 40 is a. y = x3/2 b. r = 3sinθ . A ≠ C and they have the same sign c.532. both A and C are not zero. r = 3secθ c. y = 1/x 534. The graph of 3x2 – y = y2 + 6x is a. y = x4 d. A = C and they have the same sign b. a parabola b. 6 d. The equation Ax2 + Cy2 + Dx + Ey +F = 0 is an ellipse if a. neither A nor C is zero. a hyperbola 535.

(0. 0 d. 9x – 4y + 5 = 0 c. The length of the latus rectum of 27x2 + 36y2 = 972 is a.43° d. 9x – 4y – 5 = 0 d.44° 544. (4. The focus of the parabola y2 = 4x is at a. -2 c.5) and (1. 108.0) d. The slope of the line through the points (-4. If the slope of the line determined by the points (x.8) is -3. (0. 9x + 4y + 5 = 0 540.1) 543. 11 545.-5) and (2.0) b. find x. 9x + 4y – 5 = 0 b. 3 542. b.41° b. a.5) and (1. a.42° c. 107.8) is a. 2 b. 109.0) and B(-4. d. 541. Find the equation of the radical axis of the following circles: C1: x2 + y2 – 5x +3y -2 = 0 C2: x2 + y2 + 4x – y – 7 = 0 a. 3 d.7) is a. 10 d.7). Find the distance between the points A(-3. 2 b. 1 c. 8 b.539.4) c. c. -3 . 106. The inclination of the line determined by the points (2. (1. 9 c.

(-1. x = 5 d. a. (0. 2x2 – 3y2 = 6 b. 30π b.2) c. 2x = 3y + 7 c. Determine the axis of symmetry of the parabola (y + 5) 2 = 24x a. The transverse axis of the hyperbola 36x2 – 25y2 = 900 is a. Find the equation of the ellipse which has the line 2x – 3y = 0 as one of its asymptotes. 12 c. 10 550. (2. 9y2 – 4x2 = 36 549. r = 2sinθ c. r = 2cosθ b.5) 551. The equivalent of x2 + y2 – y = 0 in polar form is a. The area of the ellipse x2/64 + y2/16 = 1 is a.14) d. r2 = 2cosθ 547. 32π d. 11 d. 4x2 – 9y2 = 36 d. x = -5 . y = 5 b. 3y2 – 2y2 = 6 c.5) b. 2x = 3y – 7 b. The line 4x – 6y + 14 = 0 is coincident with the line a. 4x = 6y + 14 d.546. The parabola y = 3x2 – 6x + 5 has its vertex at a. (1. r2 = 2sinθ d. 13 b. 4x = 14 – 6y 552. y = -5 c. 31π c. 33π 548.

x2 + y2 = 19 556. If the slope of the line (k + 1)x + ky – 3 = 0 is -2.-4) and center at the origin. -3 d. 3x + y – 2 = 0 d. Find the area of the triangle which the line 2x – 3y + 6 = 0 forms with the coordinate axes. x2 + y2 = 17 c. -2 559.-3). a. Find the equation of the circle containing the point (1. x + 2y – 6 = 0 b.1) to the line 4x – 3y + 5 = 0 is a. a. Find the equation of the line containing the point (2. 2 b. 14 b. 1 c. 17 555. -3 d. 3x + y – 4 = 0 c. Write the equation of the line with x-intercept -6 and y-intercept 3. 5 554. 2 c. a. 15 c. The directrix of the parabola is y = 5 and its focus is at (4. -2 b. 3x + y – 1 = 0 b. x2 + y2 = 18 d. The distance from the point (2.553. 3x + y – 3 = 0 557. x2 + y2 = 16 b. a. x – 2y + 6 = 0 d. 16 d. a. 3 c. 4 d. x – 2y – 6 = 0 c. 4 558.-3) and is parallel to the line 3x + y – 5 = 0. What is the latus rectum? a. x + 2y + 6 = 0 . 2 b. find k.

x – 2y – 20 = 0 b.5) b.-5) 564. 5 or -19 d. 50 c. 2 b. 5 . (3. (-5. The center of the circle x2 + y2 – 18x +10y +25 = 0 is a. Write the equation of the tangent line to the circle x2 + y2 = 80 at the point in the first quadrant where x = 4. a. a. x + 2y + 20 = 0 561. find its eccentricity.767 d. Find m. 60 b. a. -5 or -19 562. Compute the area of the polygon with vertices at (6. a.7) and (3.668 563. x – 2y + 20 = 0 c. (9.965 b. (9.1). 30 565. If the major axis of an ellipse is twice its minor axis.5) c. (-3. 5 or 19 c.1). 0. (-9.-5) and (-2.560. A line with the equation y = mx + k passes through the points (-1/3. what is the value of y? a.866 c.-6) and (2. If the distance between (8. 4 d. -5 or 19 b.9) d.-10).0). x + 2y – 20 = 0 d. 40 d. 0.y) is 13. 0. 0. 3 c.

Find the equation of the line parallel to 3x + 4y + 2 = 0 and -3 units from it. The distance between the points (sinθ. 5 d. 6 c. 9 d.7).566. 2x + 5y – 13 = 0 b. a. 10 . 6 567.3) and is perpendicular to the line 5x – 2y + 3 = 0. 570.cosθ) and (cosθ. 3x + 4y – 13 = 0 c. 9 d. Find the equation of the line through (-1. d. a. 8 c. 2x + 5y – 12 = 0 c. 3x + 4y – 17 = 0 571. 3x + 4y + 17 = 0 d. 8 c. Find the tangential distance from the point (8. 2 c.5) to the circle (x – 2)2 + (y – 1)2 = 16. then its radius is a.1) and passes through (5. 3x + 4y + 13 = 0 b. a. a. If the circle has its center (-3. 1 b. 7 b. Find the distance between the two lines represented by the two linear equations 4x – 3y – 12 = 0 and 4x – 3y + 8 = 0. 8 b.-sinθ) is a. 2x + 5y – 10 = 0 568. 2x + 5y – 11 = 0 d. 7 b. 4 569.

-5) and a transverse axis equal to 12? a. 4 d.4) and (x. 64.572. If the line through (-1. 54/3 c. Determine k so that the line y = kx – 3 will be parallel to the line 4x + 12y = 12. 1 577. 3 b. 36. a.-5).1). respectively. 1/3 c. 5 c.2) and (2. r = 4cot2θcsc2θ d. 2 c.43° c. 74/3 576.36° 575. a. 7 573. 44/3 b.3) and (-3.2). a. 63. B and C whose coordinates are (4. (6. r = 4cotθcscθ 574. 64/3 d. 43. 6 d. 4 b. a. find x if x is positive.33° b. r = 4cotθcsc2θ c. -1/3 d. If the slopes of the lines L1 and L2 are 3 and -1 respectively. Express y3 = 4x2 in polar form a. r = 4cot2θcscθ b.15) and (-3. What is the length of the latus rectum of a hyperbola with foci at (-3. 1/2 b.-2) is perpendicular to the line through (-7. find the angle between them measured counterclockwise from L1 to L2.43° d. Find the area of the triangle whose vertices lie at A. -3 .

4 d.43° d. x2 = 32y c.1) and (5. For what value of k is the line 6y + (2k – 1 )x = 12 perpendicular to the line 3y – 2x = 6? a.-3) and (4. 2 b.578.41° c. x + 6 = 0 b. To remove the xy-term. y2 = 32x 579.45° 581. 17. find the tangent of the angle from the line through (-2. x + 3 = 0 d. 2 . 3 d. Find the value of k given that the slope of the line joining (3. 4 c.6) and (3. 5 582. 19.0). Find the equation of the parabola with focus at (0. The second-degree equation 19x2 + 6xy 11y2 + 20x – 60y +80 = 0 represents a conic.-2) a. x2 = -32y b. 18. we rotate the coordinate axes through an angle of a. x – 6 = 0 c. 16. 5 b. 1 580.40° b. 3 c. 2 d. a. If the focus of a parabola is at (-6. the equation of its directrix is a.3) to the line through (1. y2 = -32x d.k) is 2.8) and directrix y + 8 = 0. 4 c. 3 b. a.0) and its vertex is at (0. x – 3 = 0 583.

16. The eccentricity of the hyperbola 16(y – 6)2 – 9(x – 7)2 = 144 is equal to a. If the perpendicular distance from the line kx – 3y + 15 = 0 to the point (2. If the tangent of the angle from the line through (6.3) and forms with the coordinate axes a triangle of area 54. 5x + 2y – 46 = 0 d. 46/13 c.584. a. 18. a.y) and (-4.5) and P2(5 .85 d.85 c. 17.1) is -4. 9/4 587.-1). -4 b. 47/13 d. find x0. find the value of y if y is positive. -3 c. r = -6sec(θ – 20°) . 18/13 590. 6 d. 5/3 c. 15. 5 c. 4 b. 4x + 3y – 41 = 0 b.85 b. 2x + 4y – 28 = 0 c.85 585. r = 6sec(θ – 20°) c. a. find k. Find the equation of the line which passes through the point (8. 4/3 b. 7 588.2) to the line through (6. -2 d. 3x + 4y – 36 = 0 589. The circumference of the circle x2 + y2 – 8x +2y + 8 = 0 is a.y0) is such that P1P0/P0P2 = 7/6 where P1(2.6) and (3. 7/3 d. r = -6sec(θ + 20°) d. Find the polar equation of the line perpendicular to θ = 20° and passing through the point (6. a. a. r = 6sec(θ + 20°) b.0) is 8/9.20°). If P0(x0. 45/13 b. -1 586.

-7) to the circle x2 + y2 – 10x – 4y + 25 = 0. a line 593.1). a. a circle b. B(2. 10x + 4y – 5 = 0 c.-2) and having a radius 3. 11/3 c. then the second-degree equation Ax2 + Bxy +Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 represents either an ellipse or a. d. a. 597. 10x – 4y + 5 = 0 d. If the value of the invariant B2 – 4AC is negative. a point d. Find the equation of the line through the midpoint of AB where A(-3. a. a. 4x2 + 4y2 + 12x – 27 = 0 d. 10 d. Find the distance between the points (4. Find the length of the tangent line from the point P(4. Find the equation of the circle with center at the midpoint of A(4. an ellipse d. B(-1.220°). a pair of parallel lines b. 4x2 + 4y2 + 12x + 27 = 0 b.-1) and is perpendicular to AB. 13/3 d. 10/3 b. y = 2cosθ. 10x + 4y + 5 = 0 b. a parabola c. Determine b so that x2 + y2 + 2x – 3y – 5 = 0 and x2 + y2 + 4x + by + 2 = 0 are orthogonal. c. two intersecting lines c. a. 14/3 592. b. 8 c.591. 7 b. Identify the locus of the curve whose parametric equations are x = 3sinθ. 10x – 4y – 5 = 0 596.2).40°) and (4. 4x2 + 4y2 – 12x – 27 = 0 c. a hyperbola 595. a. 4x2 + 4y2 – 12x + 27 = 0 . 9 594.

If AB is perpendicular to CD and A(-1. b.-3) and parallel to the line through (2. The vertices of a triangle are A(4. 3x – 2y + 13 = 0 b. r = -10cosθ 599. 3x + 2y + 13 = 0 600.598.-1).5). x2 + y2 = 16 d. y = 3t + 5 where t is the parameter. 5x + 6y – 20 = 0 d. r = -5cosθ c. x2 + y2 = 15 c. C(3. a. D(-3.0). find the value of a.1). x2 + y2 = 14 b. 3x – y – 15 = 0 d. 3x – 2y – 13 = 0 d. Find the equation of the line through (6. B(2.8) and (5. a. r = 10cosθ d. c.2). 3x – y + 15 = 0 601.-4) and C(-4. Find the equation of the circle containing (1. 5x + 6y + 20 = 0 b.-6) and C(-3. Give the Cartesian equation of the line whose parametric equations are x = 2t – 1. Find the length of the median of the triangle from the vertex C to the side AB. Find the equation of the line through (4. a. 602.0). 13/7 604. d.π) and radius 5. B(2. a. a. B(2. r = 5cosθ b. 13/6 d. 5x – 6y – 20 = 0 c.0) and is parallel to the altitude from A to BC of the triangle A(1. 13/4 b.-4) and center at the origin. a. 13/5 c. 3x + 2y – 13 = 0 c. Write the polar equation of the circle with center (-5.a).3). a. 3x – y – 15 = 0 c. 5x – 6y + 20 = 0 .6). x2 + y2 = 17 603. 3x + y + 15 = 0 b.

Find the equation of the conic with eccentricity 7/4 and foci at (7. If the slope of the line (k + 1)x + ky – 3 = 0 is arctan(-2). 27/7 d. (x – 2)2 + (y – 3)2 = 27 c.-3) as diameter. Find the equation of the line parallel to 5y – 5x + 12 = 0 and contains the point (0. 26/7 c. (x – 2)2 + (y – 3)2 = 26 b. x – y – 3 = 0 d. r2 = 4. x2/16 + y2/33 = 1 c. 3x + y – 3 = 0 c. 3 d. a. Write the equation of the line with x-intercept -6 and y-intercept 3. 25/7 b. 28/7 608. x + y – 3 = 0 c. Find the abscissa of the point P0 which divides P 1P2 in the ratio P1P0/P0P2 = r1/r2 were P1(2. x + y + 3 = 0 . x2/33 + y2/16 = 1 b. find the value of k. x – 2y + 6 = 0 d. x + 2y – 6 = 0 607. x + 2y + 6 = 0 c. x2/33 – y2/16 = 1 d.-3). a. (x – 2)2 + (y – 3)2 = 28 d.605. P2(6. x – y + 3 = 0 b. 1 b. 3x + y – 2 = 0 b.0). (x – 2)2 + (y – 3)2 = 29 606.7) and (2. x2/16 – y2/33 = 1 609. x – 2y – 6 = 0 b.5). a. 3x + y – 5 = 0 610.-3). 4 611. 2 c. Find the equation of the line passing trough (2. Find the equation of the circle which has the line joining (4. 3x + y – 4 = 0 d. a.0) and (-7. a. a. r1 = 3.-3) and is parallel to the line 3x – y = 5. a.

2) and directrix at x = -3 is a. -9/2 613.64) and (10. (y + 2)2 = 8(x + 1) c.9). a.-4) d.1). Write the equation of the line tangent to the circle x2 + y2 + 14x + 18 y – 39 = 0 at the point in the second quadrant where x = -2. -7/2 d.6) b. The equation of the parabola with vertex (-1.-6) and directrix x – 2 = 0. 5x – 12y + 26 = 0 617.-16) c. (x + 1)2 = 8(y + 2) d. 5x + 12y + 26 = 0 b. Find k so that the circle x2 + y2 + 2kx + 4y – 5 = 0 will pass through the point (5. 2x – y – 11 = 0 614.612.-10) . -5/2 c. 4 c.-8) and (-16. (x – 1)2 = -8(y + 2) 615. 5x – 12y – 26 = 0 c. Find the length of the latus rectum of a parabola with focus at (-2. a. (64. The two points on the line 2x + 3y + 4 = 0 which are at a distance 2 from the line 3x + 4y – 6 = 0 are a. 2x + y – 11 = 0 c. Find the equation of the line through the points (-7.-3) and (-1. a.-44) and (4. 2x + y + 11 = 0 d. 6 b. 8 d. (y – 2)2 = 8(x + 1) b. 5x + 12y – 26 = 0 d. a. 10 616. -3/2 b. (-88. (-44. (7.-6) and (-11. 2x – y + 11 = 0 b.

find the height of the arch at a point 10-ft from one end of the base. If the slope of a line 3x + y – 5 + k(x + 2y – 3) = 0 is 11/3. r(2cosθ + sinθ) – 2 = 0 b. r(2cosθ – sinθ) + 2 = 0 621. a. find the abscissa of point C. a parabola d. -2/5 d. -4/3 622. 15 ft c. 16 ft d.0). x + 4y – 4 = 0 b. a. -8/3 d. r(2cosθ + sinθ) + 2 = 0 d.-6) and B(3. an ellipse c. What is the locus of a point which moves so that its distance from the line x = 8 is twice its distance from the point (2. a. Write the polar equation of a line which passes through the points (2.8)? a. -5/3 b.618.0) is extended beyond point A to a point C so that C is 4 times as far from B as from A. x – 4y + 4 = 0 c. 14 ft b. x – 4y – 4 = 0 619. The line segment with end points A(-1. a circle b. -4/5 b. r(2cosθ – sinθ) – 2 = 0 c. Find the equation of the line which forms with the axes in the first quadrant a triangle of area 2 and whose intercepts differ by 3. -7/3 c. a. 17 ft 623. a. A semi-elliptic arch is 20-ft high at the center and as a span of 50-ft. -3/5 c. -1/5 .π/2) and (-1. x + 4y + 4 = 0 d. find k. a hyperbola 620.

13 b.7). 10 628. -2 c.-1) is a. The equation of the ellipse with vertices at (-3.4). 2 627. 3x2 + y2 + 2x + 12y – 9 = 0 c. 9x – 32y = 0 b. 17/23 b. 19/23 d. 3x2 + y2 – 2x + 12y – 9 = 0 625.0). x2 + 3y2 – 2x + 12y + 9 = 0 d.-2) and (1. Find the diameter of the ellipse 9x2 + 16y2 = 144 defined by the system of parallel chords of slope 2. a. 18/23 c. Find the area of a triangle with one vertex at the pole and the two others are (5.624. x2 + 3y2 + 2x + 12y + 9 = 0 b. 20/23 . 32x – 9y = 0 d. 11 d.-30°). 9x + 32y = 0 c.8) and D(-7. B(-6. a. What is the slope of each line? a. -1 b.60°) and (4. 32x + 9y = 0 626. 1 d.-2) and which passes through (2. Find the tangent of the angle measured counterclockwise from AB to CD. C(-2. The locus of 4x2 + 4xy + y2 + 2x + y – 2 = 0 is a pair of parallel lines. Given A(3. 12 c. a.

0) is equal to two thirds of its distance from the line x = 9.3) is a.8 ft d. 5x2 – 9y2 = 180 c. 4x + 2y – 5 = 0 c. r = cos2θ 633. y2/64 – x2/64 = 1 630. a. x2/16 – y2/64 = 1 c. Find the equation of the locus of a point which moves so that its distance from (4. a. b. a. What is the eccentricity of an equilateral hyperbola? a. 37. find the height of the cable at a point 20-ft from the pole. c. Assume that power cables hang in a parabolic arc between two pole 100-ft apart. The equation of the perpendicular bisector of the line segment joining the points (2. 1. 5x2 + 9y2 = 180 .8 ft b. a. Transform the rectangular equation (x2 + y2)3 = 4x2 y2 into polar coordinates. y2/64 – x2/16 = 1 d. 34. 2 634. r = 2cosθ d.5 d. 36. If the poles are 40-ft high and if the lowest point on the suspended cable is 35-ft above the ground. x – 2y + 10 = 0 d.6) and (-4.629. x + 2y – 8 = 0 b.8 ft 632.0) and asymptotes y = 2x and y = -2x.8 ft c. 35. x2/64 – y2/16 = 1 b. 4x + 2y – 13 = 0 631. r = sin2θ c. 9x2 – 5y2 = 180 b. 9x2 + 5y2 = 180 d. Find the equation of the hyperbola with vertices at (4. r = 2sinθ b.0) and (-4.

6 m from the semi-minor axis.4 m and the maximum eight is 9. If the span is 24. x2/25 – y2/56 = 1 c. find the height of the arch at a point 4. 3x – y + 3 = 0 c. a.9 m d. a.3). 6. Find the equation of the line tangent to the hyperbola 9x2 – 2y2 = 18 at the point (-2. 3x + y – 3 = 0 d. x – 8y + 6 = 0 c. 7x – 2y + 3 = 0 d. x + 8y – 6 = 0 636. 7. a.2 m. x2/56 – y2/25 = 1 b. D(-3. 7x + 2y – 3 = 0 b. y2/25 – x2/56 = 1 639. 3x – y – 3 = 0 637.3). x – 8y – 6 = 0 b.9) and (0. Find the equation of the line through the point which divides A(-1. a.-9) and conjugate axis 10 units is a. 7x – 2y – 3 = 0 638.-1). x + 8y + 6 = 0 d. 8. 7x + 2y + 3 = 0 c. The equation of the hyperbola with foci at (0. For the conic 2x2 – xy + x + y – 5 = 0. y2/56 – x2/25 = 1 d. find the equation of the diameter defined by the cords of slope ½.9 m .1) and E(-1. An arch is in the form of a semi-ellipse with major axis as the span.635. 3x + y + 3 = 0 b.-1/2).3) in the ratio AP/PB = 3/4 and through the point Q which is equidistant from C(1.9 m b.9 m c. 5. B(6.

(10.4) and B(-13. 0. (4.5. 5 b.1) . (-8. -12 645. 0.3 dm 643. a.6) if AP:PB = 3:2. 4x2 – 3y2 + 32x + 18y – 64 = 0 644.640. a. (x.4 dm c.-4) and (-2.-1). 0. A parabolic segment is 32 dm high and its base is 16 dm.6 dm d. 3 b. 6 642.1) d. 6 c. Find the point on the parabola x2 = 16y at which there is a tangent with a slope ½. find x if x is positive. a. -9 d. Find the abscissa of the point P on the line segment AP for A(-8.7) is 78. (-4. a. Write the equation of the hyperbola conjugate to the hyperbola 4x2 – 3y2 + 32x + 18y + 25 = 0. 4x2 – 3y2 + 32x + 18y – 49 = 0 b. -11 c. 4x2 – 3y2 + 32x + 18y – 36 = 0 c. 4x2 – 3y2 + 32x + 18y – 16 = 0 d.4) c. -10 b. 4 c. 0.4) b.2). Find the value of k so that the radius of the circle x2 + y2 – kx + 6y – 3 = 0 is equal to 4. 5 d. 8 641. What is the focal distance? a. a. 7 d.5 dm b. (8. If the area of the quadrilateral with vertices at (-5.

a. 14/3 d. Find the length of the latus rectum.-6) and (-3. The vertices of a triangle are (2. (x. 10/3 651.88 648. 2x – y – 23 = 0 647. how high is the arch 4 m from the center of the span? a. -7 649. find x. A parabolic arch has a span of 20 m and a maximum height of 15 m. a. 0. -6 c.6 m b. 13/3 c. If x is negative and the area of the triangle is 28.4). 2x + y – 23 = 0 c. a. 3c c. -5 b.6 m d. An ellipse has its foci at (0. 11/2 b.5. 0. 2x – y + 23 = 0 d.5).68 c. -4 d. Find the eccentricity of an ellipse whose latus rectum is 2/3 of the major axis. 0.6 m 650. 13. What is the equation of the line tangent to the hyperbola if the slope of the line is 2? a. Determine the value of k so the following circles are orthogonal: C1: x2 + y2 + 2x – 3y – 5 = 0 C2: x2 + y2 + 4x + ky + 2 = 0 a. 11. 5c .c) and (0. 10.78 d.6 m c. 4c d.646. 2c b.-c) and its eccentricity is ½. 0. 12. 2x + y + 23 = 0 b.58 b.

5 ft d. 0. Find the rectangular equation for the curve whose parametric equations are x = 2cosθ.5 ft . y = cos2θ. a. 0.5 ft c. then its eccentricity is a. what is the shortest distance between the earth and the sun? a. y2 = 2(x + 1) d. If the length of the latus rectum of an ellipse is ¾ of the length of its minor axis. The earth’s orbit is an ellipse with eccentricity 1/60. 0. 61.46M mi 653. If the point P(9. 60. How high must the arch be above the stream to give a minimum clearance of 40-ft over a tunnel in the center which is 120-ft wide? a. -12 655. x2 = 2(y – 1) c. -9 d. If the semi-major axis of the orbit is 93M miles and the sun is at one of the foci. -11 b. 92. 0.66 d. 62. 91.76 654.y) such that AP:AB = 3:10.56 c. a. 89.44M mi c.43M mi b.46 b. A parabolic arch spans 200-ft wide. -10 c.652.45M mi d. y2 = 2(x – 1) 656. 90. 63.8) to B(x.2) divides the line segment from A(6. x2 = 2(y + 1) b. find y.5 ft b.

b. 3x + 2y = 0 b. 1. 1.657. a. a. a.3) and (4. Find its eccentricity. The foci of a hyperbola are (4. a. c. 7 c. 13. 8 b. an equilateral triangle is inscribed with one vertex at the origin. 12. 2x + 3y = 31 d. The point (8.3 b.86 b. Find the length of the latus rectum of the parabola with focus at (-2. 660. d. 6 d.7 d.-9) and the length of the conjugate axis is . 1. 1.84 d. Find the equation of the cord. 11.85 c.5 c.83 658. 4 .9 659. 2x – 3y = 1 661. 10. 3x – 2y = 14 c. In the parabola x2 = 4y.5) bisects a chord of the circle whose equation is x2 + y2 – 4x + 8y = 110. Find the length of the common chord of the curves whose equations are x2 + y2 = 48 and x2 + 8y = 0. a. Find the length of each side of the triangle.-6) and directrix x – 2 = 0.

-7 c.y. c. d.-7 b. r2 + z2 = 36θ2 d.7 d.4 and -3. 3 c. -4. Find the distance between (1. 4. r2 – z2 = 36θ2 b. What is the distance from the origin to the point (4. elliptic paraboloid c. 664. ellipsoid d.-1.2.4).-3) and (0. -2 d. the surface described by the equation 4x2 + y2 + 26z = 100 is an a. a. a. a.-2.2 respectively. Find y if the lines are perpendicular to each other.-1. b. 2 666.2. -4.-5) and (-1. Transform p = 6θ to spherical coordinates. The direction numbers of two lines are 2.-3. 663. r2 – z2 = 6θ c.-1.1. -1 b.2. -4. r2 + z2 = 6θ 667.-7 665.662. c. Find the direction numbers of the line through (4.2)? a. a. b.4). d. elliptic cone .-2. elliptic hyperboloid b.

31. ( 670.π/2.5) 672.5).3) b.3.5) 669. (0.5). (5. Find the value of k such that the plane x + ky – 2z – 9 = 0 shall pass through the point (5. ( c.4. c.8) and its midpoint is (1. 3 c. The equivalent of (3.4. b. a.2) from the x-axis is a. 4 .-6). 1 c.51. 6 673. a. ( b.13°.4.5) c.668.5) d. (0. If one end of a line is (-2.53.-2). ( d. Find the cylindrical coordinates of the point having the rectangular coordinates (4.5) b.31°. 4 b. (5. a. The distance of the point (-4.33°.5.5) in the cylindrical coordinate system is a.-2. 671. (5.0.3) d.-4. 3 d.53°. (3.0.5. (5. find the x-coordinate of the other end. a.35.5) c. 2 b. Find the Cartesian coordinates of the point having the cylindrical coordinates (3. 5 d. (5. d.

z2 – 2y2 + 4x = 0 d. x2 + y2 – 2z = 0 b. The locus of 9x2 – 4z2 – 36y = 0 is a/an a.674. xz-plane only b.-2) b.3 . paraboloid of revolution d. the surface generated is a/an a.-3) c. a point 676. hyperbolic paraboloid c. (3. ellipsoid of revolution b.3 . x2 + 5z2 – 6y = 0 c. an ellipse c. a parabola d.and xy-planes c. parabolic cylinder d. The rectangular coordinates for the point whose cylindrical coordinates are (6.3 . xz. (-2. If the plane curve b2x2 + a2y2 = a2b2 is revolved about the x-axis.-3) 679. hyperbolic paraboloid c. (-3. elliptic cone b.3 .and xy-planes 677. 4x2 + y2 – 4z = 0 .-2) are a.-2) d. z-axis d.120°. Which of the following has a locus that is a hyperbolic paraboloid? a. The locus of y2 + z2 – 4x = 0 has symmetry with respect to a. The trace of x2 + 4z2 – 8y = 0 on the xy-plane is a. ellipsoid 675. parabolic cylinder 678. a hyperbola b. yz. (2.

3 b. pcosφ – 2sinφ = 1 b. x2 + y2 – 4z = 0 684. line d. Find the z-coordinate of the midpoint of the segment whose end points are (4. z = rθ c. a. on the coordinate planes are circles ellipses parabolas hyperbolas 682. point . 6 681. pair of intersecting lines c. θ = rz d. x2 – y2 – 4z2 = 0 b.680. cosφ – 2psinφ = 1 d. r = zφ 683. Transform the equation θ = tanφ to cylindrical coordinates.2). r = zθ b.1. d. Transform z 2r = 1 to spherical coordinates. Which of the following is a quadric cone? a.5. then the trace of the surface on the xy-plane is a a. p(sinφ – 2cosφ) = 1 c. 5 d. pair of parallel lines b. x2 – y2 – 4z = 0 c. b. 4 c. a.6) and (3. a. c. x2 + y2 – 4z2 = 0 d. p(cosφ – 2sinφ) = 1 685. The traces of the surface a. If z = 0 in the equation 2y2 + 3z2 – x2 = 0.

d. 5/3 d. Find the distance of the point (6. Find the cylindrical coordinates for the point (6. b.3) from the x-axis. 55° 688. 4/3 c. c. Find the angle. A line makes an angle of 45 degrees with the x-axis and an angle of 60 degrees with the y-axis. d. What a.686.2). What is the third? a. a.94° 690.84° d. ( c. ( 687. 30° b. c. is the locus of any equation of the form x2 + y2 = f(z)? hyperboloid of revolution ellipsoid of revolution paraboloid of revolution cylinder of revolution . 74. 60° d. What angle does it make with the z-axis? a. A line makes equal angles with the coordinate axes. 44. 54. 2/3 b. b.2. 45° c. a. 691.64° b. 64. ( b. a.3. Two directions cosines of a line are 1/3 and -2/3.74° c. 7/3 689. ( d.

2x – 3y – 5z + 29 = 0 697. 2x – 3y – 5z + 28 = 0 d. 7 . Find the distance of the point (6. x + 4 = 0 d. 5 d. 2x – 3y – 5z + 27 = 0 b. 5 d. y – 4 = 0 695.-1. The direction numbers of two lines are 2. y +4 = 0 b. 2x – 3y – 5z + 26 = 0 c. The equation of the plane through the point (-1. 3 c. a.692. The radius of the sphere x2 + y2 + z2 – 6x + 4z – 3 = 0 is a. origin 696.k and -3. a. 2 b. 4 b. a. y-axis c. The equation x2 + z2 = 5y is a paraboloid of revolution that is symmetric with respect to a. 4 693.2 respectively. a. c. z-axis d. d.2.3) from the z-axis. 2 c. Find the equation of the locus of a point which moves so that it is 4 units in front of the xz-plane. x-axis b.2. Find k if the lines are perpendicular. b.4) and parallel to the plane 2x – 3y – 5z + 6 = 0. z – 4 = 0 c. 3 694.2.

a. Find the length of the median drawn from A to BC.2. Find the center of the sphere x2 + y2 + z2 – 6x + 4y – 8z = 7. x2 + y2 + z2 + 6x – 4y – 2z + 1 = 0 d. b.210°.3). 151° d.-3.30°).-4) and (-1. a.-2) 702. c. 149° c. x2 + y2 + z2 + 6x – 4y – 2z – 2 = 0 701. A line drawn from the origin to the point (-6. ( b.1) is 4. . d.2) c. C(3. d. a. a.1. C(3. C(-3. Find the locus of a point whose distance from the point (-3. a.-7). c. Find the rectangular coordinates for the point (4.2).1).-2) d. ( 703.5. a. ( c.2. 700. x2 + y2 + z2 + 6x – 4y – 2z + 3 = 0 b. Find the length of the line segment whose end points are (3.5. ( d. 150° 699. The vertices of a triangle are A(2. 147° b.698. b.3) and C(8. Find the angle which the line makes with the z-axis. x2 + y2 + z2 + 6x – 4y – 2z – 4 = 0 c. B(-6.7. C(-3.2) b.

107. -7/3 c. y2 = 5x2 c.315°. Find the distance from the plane 2x + 7y + 4z – 3 = 0 to the point (2. -2/3 .-1). Find spherical coordinates for the point (-2.240°. 707.71° 705. a.110°) d. Two direction angles of a line are 45 degrees and 60 degrees. Find the angle between the line L1 with direction numbers 3.100°) 706. x2 = 5y b.3.2. 55. (3. 70. Find m so that the plane 5x – 6y – 7z = 0 and the plane 3x + 2y – mz + 1 = 0 are parallel.704.3).4. b. Transform psinφsinθtanθ = 5 to rectangular coordinates.5°) b. (3.61° d. (3.215°. a. (3. d.1 and the line L2 with direction numbers 5. 35° c. a.3. y2 = 5x d. Find the third direction angle.109. a. 30° b.300°. 60. y = 5x2 708. c. -5/3 b. 40° d.41° b.51° c. a. 45° 709.-6. a.5°) c. 65. -4/3 d.

22/3 714. d. equilateral b. 17/3 d. a.-2) is a. a. 4 c. 5 d. The triangle with vertices (3.4 and if L1 is perpendicular to L2. find x.5.2) and (-5. right d. ( b.710. If the line L1 has direction numbers x.4.-5.(-1. rsinθtanθ = 4a d. 2 . 3 d. Find the x-coordinate of a point which is 10 units from the origin and has direction cosines cosβ = 1/3 and cosγ = -2/3. 4 c. rcosθcotθ = 4a c. Give the equivalent spherical coordinates of (3.6). 2 b. Transform y2 = 4ax to cylindrical coordinates. 3 713.x. The sphere x2 + y2 + z2 – 2x + 6y +2z – 14 = 0 has a radius a. rcosθtanθ = 4a b. 20/3 c. 5 b.-2x3 and line L2 has direction numbers -2. equiangular 712. a.-4). ( 715. rsinθcotθ = 4a 711. isosceles c.1. 19/3 b. c. a.

Find the coordinates of the point P(x. (3.48. Find the equations of the line through (2. y + 1 = 0.131.2°) .70.43° c.-7/5) 719. (-2/5.5. z – 3 = 0 b. y – 1 = 0. Find the cosine of the angle between the line directed from (3. Find the Cartesian coordinates of the point having the spherical coordinates (4. y – 1 = 0. 1/10 c. Find the angle between the planes 3x – y + z – 5 = 0 and x + 2y + 2z + 2 = 0.-3.5.7/5) c.-7/5) b.3). a.5) to (8.4.131. 71. y + 1 = 0.-3. . ( d. (-2/5.8°) d. a.2°) c.8°. ( c.z) which divides the line segment P 1P2 where P1(2.5°.-3) and P2(-4.5°. z – 3 = 0 d.2) and the line directed from (-4. (3.5°. 1/13 717.8°.1) in the ratio 2:3.70. 72.45° 718.3. 70.y.131.70. a.-1.3) and parallel to the x-axis.48. (3.2).70.131. z + 3 = 0 721.6.5°) b. 69. (2/5.3. 1/11 d.48. Give the polar coordinates for the point (1. a. 1/12 b. (3. a.716.2°. (-2/5.0.8°.44° d. ( b. ( 720.42° b.-7/5) d.2.-2. a.2°.3) to (-3.48. z + 3 = 0 c.

Write the equation in rectangular coordinates of p = 5acosφ. a.90°.722. (0. y = x2 – z2 b. x2 + y2 – z2 = 5az c. Find the equation of the locus. 15y2 – 16z2 – x2 = 0 d. z = x2 – y2 d. 726. x = 2z – 11.-8 and x.z) moves so that its distance from the z-axis is 4 times its distance from the x-axis. x = 2z + 11.y. 15y2 + 16z2 – x2 = 0 b. a. y = 5 – z 727. 4 b. 15y2 – 16z2 + x2 = 0 c. Find the equations of the line through (1. If the angle between two lines with direction numbers 1. a. y = z – 5 b. y = 5 – z d.1. y = z + 5 c.-1. x2 – y2 – z2 = 5az d. x = 2z + 11.3x-6 respectively is arccos(62/63).30°. z = x2 + y2 723. Transform the equation cosγ = p(cos2α – cos2β) to rectangular coordinates. a.find x. d. The rectangular coordinates for the point (2. x = 2z – 11. c. x = y2 – z2 c. x2 – y2 + z2 = 5az b. 3 . (1. x2 + y2 + z2 = 5az 725. (1.6) with direction numbers 2. 5 c.60°) is a. 2 d. b. a.-1. A point P(x.4. (0. 15y2 + 16z2 + x2 = 0 724.

73. 74.37° d. (2 c.-2. (1.728.4. Find angle A of the triangle whose vertices are A(4.5.1) b.6.3). (2. ( d. a.3.39° b.1) c. (2.-2) a. 2x – y – 2z + 27 = 0 c.38° c. a.3.0.1) d. (1. Find the polar coordinates of the point (0.4.6). 21x + 13y + 19z – 56 = 0 b.3. Find the equation of the plane that passes through (3.23° .-2) and (-1.22° d.20° b.1). 21x + 13y – 19z – 56 = 0 c. Find the equation of the plane such that the foot of the perpendicular from the origin to the plane is (-6. 71. x – y + z + 1 = 0 and x – y – z – 1 = 0. 2x – y + 2z + 27 = 0 d.5. (2 b. 2x + y – 2z – 27 = 0 731. 112.0.36° 732. a.0) and C(-2. ( 729. 21x + 13y + 19z + 56 = 0 d. a.4) pierces the xz-plane.1).0) and (1.1) 730. 72. 21x – 13y – 19z – 56 = 0 733.21° c. a. Find the point where the line through the points (3. Find the acute angle between the lines x + y + z + 1 = 0. 110.3. 2x + y + 2z – 27 = 0 b. (2.-1. x + y = 0. 111.0. 109.2). B(6.-2.0.

(0.11 . 2 737.0) and (4.5. a.120°. 4 b.13°) c. (12. b.53. 5. a.53.31°) d.51.7. (10. 2x – y + 2z – 2 = 0 b.0).7 c.2. If the acute angle between the planes 2x – y + z – 7 = 0 and x + y + kz – 11 = 0 is 60°.-1. c. (11. 1 d.1. cosβ = -1/3. 3x + 2y – z + 7 = 0. cosγ = 2/3.734.120°.13°) b.3) and perpendicular to the line for which cosα = 2/3. Find the direction numbers of the line 2x – y + 3z + 4 = 0.7 b.-11.3).33°) 738.-7. find k. 736. a. x2 – z2 + 4y – 24 = 0 b. x2 + z2 – 4y + 24 = 0 739. -5.11.120°. Find the area of the triangle with vertices (1.120°. a.6) to spherical coordinates.3. d. (10. Find the locus of the point equidistant from the plane y = 7 and the point (0. 2x – y – 2z + 2 = 0 c. -5. x2 + z2 + 4y – 24 = 0 d. 5.53. 3 c.0). Transform the cylindrical coordinates (8.11 d. a. 2x + y + 2z – 2 = 0 735. 2x + y – 2z – 2 = 0 d. a.120°. x2 – z2 – 4y + 24 = 0 c. Find the equation of the plane through the point (-1.

4x + 9y + 7z – 65 = 0 c. 1 . If the angle between the planes 2x – 3y + 6z = 18 and 2x – y + kz = 12 is arccos(19/21). 4x + 9y – 7z + 65 = 0 742.-7). 4x – 9y – 7z + 65 = 0 d. Find the acute angle between the line and the line . 2 d. 2x + 6y + 3z + 43 = 0 741. 2x + 6y – 3z + 43 = 0 c. 2x – 6y – 3z + 43 = 0 b. Find the value of m so that the line passing through (-m. a. a. 1 or 2 743. 744. a. 1 or 4 c. b. 4 b.2. 1 or 3 d.-1.m.740.6) and which is parallel to the plane 4x – 9y + 7z + 2 = 0.4) be perpendicular to the line through (1. 4x – 9y + 7z – 65 = 0 b.-1. a.0.5. 1 or 5 b.2) and (0. 3 c. Find the equation of the line which passes through (-1.2). find k. 2x – 6y + 3z + 43 = 0 d. Find the equation of the plane perpendicular to the line joining (2. c.0) and which passes through the point (1.4.-3. a.1) and (m+1.-3) and (4. d.

Find the equation of the plane determined by the points (6.-4. 0.1. 3y – 2z = 0 748. x – 2y + z – 1 = 0 c. Find the value of k.-7). axis along the y-axis and passing through (1. -3) and (2. A line whose parametric equations are is perpendicular to the plane 2x + ky + 12z = 3. x + y = 0. 7/12. A plane contains the point P1(4. 6z2 + z2 = 5y 749. 3). x + y = 0. 3y + 2z = 0 c. x + 2y – z + 1 = 0 b. x2 + 5z2 = 6y b. -3 b.745. Find the equation of the plane. 2. x + 2y + z + 1 = 0 d. a. -5 d. Write the equations of the line through (-2.6.6).2.-3) and (2. 2x + 5y – 2z + 24 = 0 c. 3y – 2z = 0 d.2) and is perpendicular to the line segment from P1 to P2(0. 3y + 2z = 0 b. 2x – 5y + 2z + 24 = 0 d. 0). 2x – 5y – 2z – 24 = 0 746.1). a. Find the equation of the paraboloid with vertex at (0. 1/2). x – y = 0. -6 747. x – 2y – z – 1 = 0 . -2. 1. a. a. (0. x2 + 6z2 = 5y c. 2x + 5y + 2z – 24 = 0 b. 1) and (3/2. -4 c. 5x2 + z2 = 6y d.-4. a. x – y = 0.

b.-2.1. Find the acute angle between the line 0.4° 27. a. Find the equation of the plane through (1. (1.2.7) and (-3.-3) is 4? a. (2. (1. d.0) b.3° 26.3) and perpendicular to the line of intersections of the plane 3x + 2y – 2z = 12 and x + 2y + 2z = 0. 2x + 2y + z + 9 = 0 754. x – 6y + 3z – 18 = 0 d. c. 2x – 2y + z – 9 = 0 c.-2. b.0. A plane contains the points (3. a. a. Find the piercing point in the xy-plane of the line x + y – z – 3 = 0. and the plane 2x – 2y + z – 3 = 25. x + 2y + z – 4 = 0. 2x + 2y – z + 9 = 0 d.1) d. x + 6y – 3z – 18 = 0 .750. 751.2) c. 2x – 2y – z – 9 = 0 b.5° 28. x – 6y – 3z + 18 = 0 c.0) 752. Find the equation of the plane. a. c.6° 753.3) and as an x-intercept equal to three times its z-intercepts.0. What is the locus of the moving point.3) and (0. d.1. the difference of whose distance from (0. x + 6y – 3z + 18 = 0 b.0. (2.0.

5). x = -3y – 7. z = -2y – 2 d. x – y + 3 = 0 758. x + y + 3 = 0 b.-3. a. x – y – 3 = 0 c. z = 2y – 2 b. x = 3y – 7. z = -2y + 2 . a.94° 756. a. 38. 47°25’ c. 48°26’ d. x = -3y + 7.74° c. x – 3y + 2z = 0.0. 37.1) and (4. 9x – 6y + 5z – 1 = 0 b.0) and (3.64° b. Find the acute angle between the lines through the points (-2. 9x + 6y – 5z + 1 = 0 c.-1. z = 2y + 2 c. a. 49°27’ 759.7) and the plane x + 4y + z – 10 = 0.84° d. 2x = y – z and is perpendicular to the plane 3x + 2y – 3z = 0.755. 9x + 6y + 5z + 1 = 0 757.3. Find the equations of the line through (2. 36. Find the acute angle between the lines and 2x + 2y + z – 4 = 0. 35. 46°24’ b. Find the equation of the plane which is perpendicular to the xy-plane and which passes through (2.4) and perpendicular to the plane 3x – y + 2z = 4. x = 3y + 7.6. a. Find the equation of the plane which contains the line x – 2y + z = 1. 9x + 6y – 5z – 1 = 0 d. x + y – 3 = 0 d.

c. Find the equation of the plane that is perpendicular to the yz-plane and having 5 and -2 as its y. a. 2y – 5z + 10 = 0 765. b. x2 + y2 + 4z – 2y – 2z = 0 d. . If the line k. is parallel to the plane 6x + ky – 5z – 8 = 0. 2p2sin2φcos2θ = 8pcosφ 762. b. 2y + 5z – 10 = 0 b. c. find the value of 2 3 -2 -3 764. Find the angle between the line with direction numbers 1.0) 761. a. (1. 34. 43. Find the equation of the sphere whose center is (2.32° d.1.and z-intercepts respectively. 2y – 5z – 10 = 0 c. x2 + y2 + 4z + 2y – 2z = 0 763.-1 and the plane 3x – 4y + 2z – 5 = 0.22° c.0) (-1. 2psin2φcos2θ = 8pcosφ c. a. d. a. Find the point of intersection of the plane 3x + 2y + z = 1 and the line a.42° b. a.1.-1) and which is tangent to the plane x – 2y + z + 7 = 0.0) (1.1) (1. 2y + 5z + 10 = 0 d.-1. x2 + y2 – 4z + 2y + 2z = 0 c. x2 + y2 – 4z – 2y + 2z = 0 b. d.1. Transform 3x2 – 3y2 = 8z to spherical coordinates.0. 42. 2psin2φcos2θ = 8pcosφ b.760.-1.22° . 32. 2p2sin2φcos2θ = 8pcosφ d.

2 d. 4 b. infinity 770. the slope of the tangent line to a curve is a.3. 3 b. A curve y = f(x) is concave downward if the value of y’’ is a. Find the equation of the locus of a point whose distance from the xy-plane is equal to its distance from (-1. tangent point . B(2k. a. maximum point b. inflection point d. zero 771. negative c. minimum point c. Given the points A(k.-1).-1. negative b.1. The angle between two lines with direction numbers 4.0. zero d. The point where the concavity of a curve changes is called the a.5 and x. a. positive c. 3 769. x2 + y2 – 2x – 4y + 6z + 14 = 0 c.1). Find x. unity d.766. a.-3). 2 d. x2 + y2 + 2x – 4y + 6z + 14 = 0 767. Find k so that the line segment AB shall be perpendicular to the line segment BC. positive b. 5 c. x2 + y2 – 2x + 4y – 6z – 14 = 0 b.2. At the minimum point.2) and C(2+2k. 4 768. 1 c.2 respectively is 45 degrees.k. x2 + y2 + 2x + 4y – 6z – 14 = 0 d.

the y-axis c. increases b. exponential c. If at x = a. linear d. If the 1st derivative of a function is a constant. f(x) = xcosx b. the origin d. both axes 777. negative 774. Which of the following is an odd function? a. becomes zero 775. undefined c. the value of d2 y/dx2 is a. f(x) = ecosx d.772. a point b. positive d. the x-axis b. sinusoidal b. A function f(x) is said to be an even function if its graph is symmetric with respect to a. becomes infinite d. then its graph is a. then the function is a. f(x) = sin2x . f’’(a) is positive. a parabola d. decreases c. f(x) = xsinx c. At the minimum point of y = f(x). zero b. a circle 773. If the first derivative of a function is a constant. then f’(x) increases as x a. quadratic 776. a line c.

then f’(a) is a.4] c. zero d. Which of the following notations is an open interval? a. if f”(x) = -f(x). (-3. Wallis d. Leibniz b. (-∞. exponential c. must be true d. logarithmic b. If a tangent to a curve y = f(x) is horizontal at x = a. f”(a) = ∞ 780. sinusoidal 783. negative c.∞) d. [-3.10). is never true 781. then f(8) and f(3) a. The notation f’(x) was invented by a. At the inflection point of y = f(x) where x = a.4) . a. For a function y = f(x). Lagrange 779. If a function f(x) is concave downward on the interval (1. positive b. infinity 782. then the function is a. f”(a) < 0 b.4) b. [-3. Newton c. cannot be true c. f”(a) > 0 d.778. transcendental d. may be true b. f”(a) = 0 c.

negative c. 3 times c. unity 789. strictly positive b. zero b. negative d. negative 786.784. y = x2 d. y = x3 c. y = x . y = x4 b. f’(a) ≠ 0 or f’(a) > 0 d. 4 times d. the value of y” is a. infinite 788. If the function f(x) increases at x = a. 5 times 785. At the inflection point. The derivative of an increasing function f(x) must be a. Which of the following functions will have an inflection point? a. always positive c. positive c. then which of the following is definitely true? a. zero d. nonnegative d. f’(a) = 0 or f’(a) < 0 c. twice b. f'(a) = 0 or f’(a) > 0 b. positive b. the value of the 2nd derivative of a function is a. At the maximum point. The graph of y = x5 – x will cross the x-axis a. f’(a) ≠ 0 or f’(a) < 0 787.

Which of the following is true? a. the tangent line is a. ∞/∞ = ∞ d. ∞ – ∞ = 0 b. ∞ . 107 cm3/cm c. t(x) = x3 + x 794. greater than zero d. 0 b. less than zero c. both a and b 793. Which of the following functions is neither even nor odd? a. vertical 792. unity 791. Find the rate of change of the volume of a cube with respect to its side when the side is 6 cm. -1 d. At the maximum point. then f’(1) is equal to a.790. f(x) = x2 + x d. oblique c. 1 c. 106 cm3/cm d. 108 cm3/cm b. The function y = f(x) has a maximum value of x = 2 if f’(2) = 0 and f”(2) is a. If f(x) = e –x+1. 105 cm3/cm 795. slanting upward b. equal to zero b. ∞ + ∞ = ∞ c. h(x) = x2 b. horizontal d. g(x) = x3 c. a.

a. . a. a.796. find k. The function a. c. 0. 1 d. -1 c. is discontinuous at x = 1 or -3 1 or -2 -1 or 2 -1 or 3 798.1386 d.1184 b. b. 0. -2 799. ∞ 801. b. -4sin8x d. ∞ 0 ½ 2 . -8sin4x 800. If y = cos24x. f(0) = 5 and f(3) = 10. d.1487 797. 0. 0. -1 c. 1 b. a. Find the slope of the line tangent to y = 4/x at x = 2. 2 d. 2sin4x c. find dy/dx. d. If f(x) = Aekx. Evaluate a. c. 0 b.1285 c. Evaluate the limit of ln(1 – x)/x as x approaches zero. 2cos4x b.

b. b. 807. 0. 0. 0.3434 c. find a. If f(x) = ln x and g(x) = log x and if g(x) = kf(x).4343 805. c. What a. c. 5π cm2/cm c. 7π cm2/cm 803. cosθ c. At what point of the curve y = x3 + 3x are the values of y’ and y” equal? a. 4π cm2/cm b. find the limit of N(x)/D(x) as x approaches θ.3344 d. no limit 806. 6π cm2/cm d. (2. x/z –x/z z/x –z/x is the 50th derivative of y = cosx sinx –sinx cosx –cosx . (1. sinθ b.4) 804. If N(x) = sin x – sin θ and D(x) = x – θ. find k.4433 b. zero d. a. d.802. d. a.0) b. The rate of change of the area of a circle with respect to its radius when the diameter is 6cm is a. Given z2 + x2 + y2 = 0.-4) c. 0.14) d. (-1. (0.

01. c.001 c. . ∞ 0 ½ ¼ 811. If z = xy2 + yx3. 809. 3xy d.0002 d. find zxyx. b. Evaluate a. b. 6yx b. 0. if f(x) = x – 2 and g(x) = x2 – 1. If y = x2. . d. find . b. a. 3x2 813. 0.0001 b. c. c. find ∆y – dy when x = 2 and dx = 0. a. d.002 . 0. d. If f(x) = a. 0 ∞ 1 e 812. c. 6x c. Evaluate a.808. 0. d. infinity unity zero undefined 810. b. Which of the following has no horizontal asymptote? a.

find f”(2). -4 818. a. 10 b. The slope of the tangent to y = 2 – x2 at the point (1. 2 d. Find the velocity of the particle when t = 2. 12 d. If y = x3 – 2x2 + 3x – 1. 11 c. cos2x b. 6x + 4 c. 2sinx 819. -2 b. 2cosx d. 13 815. 0 d. -1 c. -4 c. -2 817. The motion of a particle along the x-axis is given by the equation x = 2t 3 – 3t2. the derivative dy/dx is equal to a. 6x b. 12 816. a. 6x – 4 d. a. 9 c. sin2x c. 4 b. Find x for which the line tangent to the parabola y = 4x – x2 is horizontal. then d2 y/dx2 is equal to a.814. 10 b. If y = sin2x.1) is a. If f(x) = x3 + 2x. 11 d. 3x – 4 .

If an error of 1 percent is made in measuring the edge of a cube. For what value of x will the curve y = x3 – 3x2 + 4 be concave upward? a. 5% 824. 6π cm2/s d. The radius R of a circle is increasing at the rate of 1cm per sec.0120 d. find ∆y. 0. Find the slope of y = 1 – x3 at the point where y = 9. a. -12 c. a. 0. lnx – 1 825. 2 c. -13 823. 4 . what is the percentage error in the computed volume? a. how fast is the area changing when R = 4cm? a. 3 d. 0. 1 b. 8π cm2/s b.0201 821. -11 b. 1 b. 0.0102 b. 3% b. lnx d. -10 d. 10π cm2/s c. 12π cm2/s 822.01. If y = x2 – 2x and x changes from 2 to 2.0210 c. x c. Find the derivative of y with respect to x of y = xlnx – x. a. 4% d.820. 2% c.

6. -1/x3 d. 1/3 d. c. a. 5/3 . 1 b. .7 cm/s 827.826. b. If xy3 + x3y = 2. 3 d. -1 c. 9. 4/3 c. Evaluate a. 1/3 828. How fast does the diagonal of a cube increase if each edge of the cube increases at a constant rate of 5cm/s? a. 8. Find the 3rd derivative of y = xlnx. 2 d. a. ∞ c. -2 831.1). 7. ∞ 1 e 1/e 830.7 cm/s b.1) will intersect the x-axis at x = a. d.7 cm/s c. The tangent line to the curve y = x3 at the point (1. If f(x) = tanx – x and g(x) = x3. -1 829. -1/x2 c. -1/x b. 2/3 b.7 cm/s d. find dy/dx at the point (1. 0 b. a. evaluate the limit of f(x)/g(x) as x approaches zero.

and y changes from 2 to 1. Evaluate a. A ball is thrown vertically upward from a roof 112-ft above the ground. and x changes from 1 to 1. find y’ at x = 1. b. a.0. 2e – 1 833. -0.0202 b. a. b. . 1 b. -126 fps d. a. -128 fps c.0404 d. e +1 b. The height s of the ball above the roof is given by the equation s = 96t -16t2 where s is measured in ft and the time t in sec.0505 837. Find the value of x for which y = x3 – 3x2 has a minimum value. -130 fps b. -0. d. If y = ex + xe + xx. 0 ∞ ½ 1 834. Find the angle of intersection between the curve y = x2 and x = y2.832. 2 c. a.0303 c. d. If z = xy2. -124 fps . 0 d. find the approximate change in z. e – 1 c. -2 835. -0. c. -0. 836. 2e + 1 d. c. calculate its velocity wen it strikes the ground. a.98.

find dy/dx. 313 sq. 2coth2x 839. 6. At what rate is the tip of his shadow moving if the man is 2 m tall? a.838. a.27 d. -1. 315 sq. -2/x 843. 5. -2. 2csch2x d.02 cm. 2sech2x c. find y”. 2sech2x b. Find the value of x for which y = x5 – 5x3 – 20x – 2 will have a maximum point. cm 840. -1/x d.5 m/s toward a street light which is 5 m above the level ground. -2/x2 c. 311 sq. Find the approximate surface area of a sphere of radius 5.25 .1). a.5 m/s c. Find the radius of curvature of y = x3 at the point (1.25 b. -3. If y = ln(x2ex). cm c. 4. a. a. cm d. 317 sq. -2 c. 2 841. A man is walking at a rate of 1.5 m/s d. cm b. -1 b.26 c. -5 m/s 842. 1 d. 3.5 m/s b. If y = ln(tanhx). -1/x2 b. a.

6 d. 0. 16.2) b.50 rad/s c.01.7 c.8 b. 2 and 6 d. 0. 0. Find the point on the curve y = x3 – 3xfor which the tangent line is parallel to the x-axis. 0. 4 and 4 c. 0. 15. (0. a. 0. 0.0012 848.98. a. 3 and 5 b. A particle moves along the circumference of a circle of radius 10-ft in such a manner that its distance measured along the circumference from a fixed point at the end of t sec is given by the equation s = t2.0) 846.0210 d. 1 and 7 849. tanx – sinx c.2) d. If S = 4πR2. a. 17. (1. 14. If y = 1/2tan2x + ln(cosx). Find two numbers whose sum is 8 if the product of one number and the cube of the other is a maximum. Find the angular velocity at the end of 3 seconds.40 rad/s b.60 rad/s d. a.5 . tanxsec2 x d.0021 b.844. find ∆S – dS when R = 2 and ∆R = 0. find y’.2) c. (-1.70 rad/s 845. 0. Find the approximate height of the curve y = x3 – 2x2 + 7 at the point where x = 2. (2. a. a.0102 c. 0 847. tan3x b.

a. 5 cm2/min 852.18 unit each. If the axes are increased by 0. 3. 3 cm2/min b. a.00107 d.01.850. Find the equation of the line tangent to y = x2 – 3x – 5 and parallel to the line y = 3x – 2.96 d. If u = .98 . y = 3x – 11 854. -0.00017 853. y = 3x – 13 c.94 c. 3. -0. Te volume of a cube is increasing at the rate of 6 cm3/min.00170 b. If y = . y = 3x – 12 d. b. a. -0. How fast is the surface increasing when the length of each edge is 12 cm? a. 851. find the approximate change in u as x changes from 10 to 10. find x for which dy/dx = 0. 3. A garden is in the form of an ellipse with semi-major axis 4 and semi-minor axis 3. find the approximate increase in the area.02 and y changes from 4 to 4. -0. 3. a. c. y = 3x – 14 b. 2 cm2/min d.92 b.00701 c. 4 cm2/min c. d.

find the rate at which the length of the shadow of the man is shortening. ft. Find the relative error in the computed area of an equilateral triangle due to an error of 3 percent in measuring the edge of the triangle. a. -1 cm/s b. 54 fps b. 0.200 sq. a.08 856. 4 c. a.343 cm/s 860.334 cm/s b. 0. a. 0. Find C co that the line y = 4x + 3 is tangent to the curve y = x2 + C.05 b.443 cm/s c. Find its initial velocity. find the least amount of fencing needed.5 cm/s c. A body is thrown vertically upward from the ground. 230 ft d. 220 ft 859. In problem 345. its velocity is 10 ft/sec. 0. A rectangular field is fenced off.433 cm/s d. -1. -2 cm/s d. -2. an existing wall being used as one side.855. The side of an equilateral triangle is increasing at the rate of 0. 64 fps c.50 cm/s.07 d. 3 b. 84 fps 857. a. After 2 seconds. 0. 74 fps d. 240 ft c. a. 6 .06 c. 0.5 cm/s 858. 250 ft b. 0. If the area of the field is 7. 5 d. 0. Find the rate at which its altitude is increasing.

421 d.861. x + 2y – 4 = 0 b. Find the second derivative (y”) of 4x2 + 9y2 = 36 by implicit differentiation. 54. a. –a2θ b. 64. made by a swinging pendulum with the vertical direction. –aθ d. 44.420 b. Find the angular acceleration at time t. b. -9/16y3 866. -9y3/16 d.419 c. c. 0.84° 862. 34. 0. 0. Find the equation of the line with slope -1/2 and tangent to the ellipse x2 + y2 = 8. x + 2y + 4 = 0 d.74° d. x – 2y + 4 = 0 c. 0.64° c. find y’ at x = 5. a.418 . d. The angle θ. a. -16/9y3 c. –b2θ c. -16y3/9 b. is given at time t by the equation θ = asin(bt + c). At what acute angle does the curve y = 1 – 1/2x2 cut the x-axis? a.54° b. 1/13 1/14 1/15 1/16 864. Approximate the root of 3x + x – 2 = 0 by Newton’s Method of Approximation. –bθ 863. where a. x – 2y – 4 = 0 865. If y = a. b and c are constants. a.

149/11 c. 0.30 cm2/hr b.867.4) d. a. (1. Find the volume of the largest right circular cone that can be cut from a sphere of radius R.60 cm2/hr 868. 1. at what rate is its surface area increasing when the radius is 40 cm? a. a. Find the point of inflection of y = 4 + 3x – x3. a. 1. 0 c.6) b. 2 869.421 R3 b. 151/11 . (2. 148/11 b. If s = x2 + 2y2 + 3z2 and x +y +z = 5. 150/11 d. 1 d.2) 870. 0. The volume of a sphere is increasing at the rate of 6 cm3/hr. evaluate the limit of f(x)/g(x) as x approaches zero. 0. 1.50 cm2/hr d.241 R3 d. 0.124 R3 c. 1.40 cm2/hr c. a.4) c. ∞ b.412 R3 871. find the minimum value of s. (0. If f(x) = ex – e-x – 2x and g(x) = x – sinx. (-2.

09268 rad/sec d.000.10 in/sec. Find the length of the longest ladder that will go horizontally around the corner. a. cos(lnx) c. 25 kph d. how fast is φ changing? a.00 per hour for a speed of 10-kph. 14 m c. -0. If x is increasing at the rate of 1 in/sec and y is decreasing at 0. Other costs amount to Php. a. 20 kph 873. -0.00 per hour independent of the speed. b. -1/5 -2/5 -3/5 -4/5 874.06928 rad/sec . –sin(lnx) d. a.872. find d2 y/dx2.000. intersect at right angles. 12. 13 m b. 4e-t b.1). 30 kph c. If y = 1/2x(sin(lnx) – cos(lnx)). An angle φ of a right triangle is given by the equation φ = arcsin(y/x). find dy/dx. Find the slope of the tangent to the curve a. 16 m 877. 48. If x = et and y = 2e-t. -0. 4e-4t 876. 4e-2t c.08926 rad/sec c. Calculate the speed at which the cost per kilometer is a minimum. sin(lnx) b. The cost of fuel per hour in operating a luxury liner is proportional to the square of its speed and is Php. -0. –cos(lnx) 875. 15 m d. 4e-3t d. c. d. a. at the point (1. 35 kph b. Two corridors 6 m and 4 m wide respectively.06892 rad/sec b.

878.36 cm2 b.93 cm3 d. a. 193 881. 6 882. find the approximate increase in its area. 2.46 cm2 c. At what rate is the area of the triangle changing at the instant when the side is 4 cm? a. 4 c. Find the value of x and y which satisfy 2x + 3y = 8 and whose product is a minimum. Find the maximum capacity of a conical vessel whose slant height is 9 cm. If the semi-axes of the ellipse 4x2 + 9y2 = 36 are each increased by 0. 2. 3 and 2/3 c. a.83 cm3 879. 190 b.66 cm2 880. b. 2. 284. a. If y = 4/(2x – 1)3. The side of an equilateral triangle increases at the rate of 2 cm/hr. 283. 1 and 2 b. 2. 2 and 4/3 . 5 d. 191 c.15 cm.56 cm2 d. find y” at x = 1. 294. 192 d. a. 293. 3/2 and 5/3 d.94 cm3 c.84 cm3 b.

Find the radius of a right circular cylinder of maximum volume that can be inscribed in a right circular cone of radius R. If ln(ln y) + ln y = ln x. R/2 c. If x = 2sinθ. The upper and lower edges of a picture frame hanging on a wall are 8 feet and 2 feet above an observer’s eye level respectively. 2R/3 . 884. 2secθ 885. 4 ft c. 420 cm2/s d. 2cscθ d. 3R/4 d. 4. 2cotθ b. 3. 410 cm2/s c. d. 2tanθ c.5 ft d. How far from the wall must the observer stand in order that the angle subtended by the picture is a maximum? a. find dy/dx. y = 1 – 4cosθ.883. b. at what rate is the expression (x + 1) 2 increasing when x becomes 6 cm? a. then dy/dx is equal to a. 430 cm2/s 887. a. 400 cm2/s b. If x increases at the rate of 30 cm/s.5 ft b. a. R/3 b. c. 5 ft 886.

12 ft . 2 b. Water flows into a cylindrical tank at the rate of 20 m3/s.16 ft c. Intensity of light is proportional to the cosine of the angle of incidence and inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of light. A lamp is directly over the center of a circular table of radius 3 feet.6) are critical points of y = a + bx + cx3. 2.6) b. Find the area of the triangle bounded by the coordinate axes and the tangent to the parabola y = x2 at the point (2. a. 8 b. 2. a. (-2. How high above should the lamp be placed so that there will be maximum illumination around the edge of the table? a. 5 889.4). 2. 6/π c.888. Find the maximum point of the curve y = 4 + 3x – x3.18 ft b. 2. What is the maximum value of y = 3sinx + 4cosx ? a. 5/π b. find the value of c. 5 890. 2 c. If (0.6) d. (1.14 ft d. -1 d. 1 b. (-3. (0. How fast is the water surface rising in the tank if the radius of the tank if the radius of the tank is 2 m? a. 4/π 892.22) 891. 6 d.4) and (1. 4 d. -2 893. 3 c.4) c. 7 c. a. 3/π d.

4 cm/s b. What price should the company charge to maximize the profit? a. 4.1 cm/s 898. -1.00 plus Php. 6. Php. 1. 7. 2/e c. 1/e b. b. -1. a. c. 23. d. a.00. Php. The expenses of the tour are Php.00 per person.93 kg b.00 c. Find the value of x so that the determinant given below will have a minimum value.00 897.93 kg . An isosceles triangle has legs 26 cm long.00 per person. 4/e 896. 20.93 kg c. 100.894. 25.2 cm/s d. 3/e d. Find the weight of the heaviest cylinder that can be cut out from a sphere which weighs 12 kg. 24. a. two seats will become vacant. Find the rate of change of the angle at the apex when the base is 48 cm. A bus company planning a tour knows from experience that at Php. all 30 seats in the bus will be taken but for each increase of Php. 5 6 7 8 895. 11.93 kg d.00 b. -1. 5. Php. Php.00 d. -1. 26.3 cm/s c. The base decreases at the rate of 12 cm/s. a. Find the area of the largest triangle that can be formed by the tangent to the curve y = e -x and the coordinate axes.

4 m c. c. 18 902. d. 1. d. A man keeping his hand 5 m above the ground holds the other end of the rope and walks away at a rate of 3 m/s. A weight is attached to one end of a 29-m rope passing over a small pulley 17 m above the ground. c. K3/2 c. K3/3 d. How fast is the weight rising at the instant when the man is 9 m from the point directly below the pulley? a. 1. A right triangle as a hypotenuse of length 13 and one leg of length 5. 15 b. 17 d. a.8 m 901. b. K3 b. 16 c. . eaxcosbx eaxsinbx –eaxcosbx -eaxsinbx 900.6 m d. 903. b. K3/4 . 1. ∞ 1 e-2 e2 The sum of two numbers is K. 1.899. Evaluate a. Find the area of the largest rectangle that can be inscribed in the triangle if it has one side along the hypotenuse of the triangle. Find the minimum value of the sum of their cubes.2 m b. a. If find dy/dx. a.

81 m/min b. 0. What sould be its radius in order to provide the largest possible volume? a.000 c.71 m/min c.24 km b.330 cm c. 32. 0. A manufacturer estimates that he can sell 1.70 cm/s 907.60 m/min. 2. 0.50 cm/s b. 0. Php.00 and that his sale will rise by 100 units with each Php.203 cm d. The volume of a pyramid is increasing at the rate of 30 cm3/s and the area of the base is increasing at the rate of 5 cm2/s. Php.21 km d. 0. Php.320 cm b.000 b. Find the rate of change of the smaller arc subtended by the chord when the chord is 3 m long. Php. 3.40 cm/s c.000 units of a certain product per week if he sets the price per unit at Php. a. 34. 0. 6. a.60 cm/s d. How fast is the ship coming closer to a fort on the shore when it is 13 km from the fort? a. A ship 5 km from a straight shore and travelling at the rate of 36 kph is moving parallel to the shore. 31. 0.904.000 d.10 decrease in price.91 m/min d.000 906. Find his maximum revenue. 0. 33. 0. A chord of a circle 4 m in diameter is increasing at the rate of 0. A closed right circular cylinder has a surface area of 100 cm2. 3. 4. 3.20 km .61 m/min 905. 2. How fast is the altitude increasing at the instant when the area of the base is 100 cm2 and the altitude is 8 cm? a. 3. 5.303 cm 908.23 km c.

x + 2y + 4 = 0 b. a. 7 cm c. 4 cm 912. a. 2. Evaluate a. A sector with perimeter of 24 cm is to be cut from a circle. x – 2y – 4 = 0 911. 3x – y – 2 = 0 913. 20 cm c. Find the altitude if its area is to be maximum. . 19 cm d. 2. 3x + y – 2 = 0 d. Find the equation of the line parallel to the line x + 2y = 6 and tangent to the ellipse x 2 + 4y2 = 8 in the first quadrant? a. What should be the radius of the circle if the area of the sector is to be a maximum? a. Find the radius of a right circular cylinder of greatest lateral surface area that can be inscribed in a sphere of radius 4. x – 2y + 4 = 0 c. c. zero one infinity none . 6 cm b.909.73 d. 17 cm 910. b. 2. 5 cm d. 3x + y + 2 = 0 b. 2.53 b. x + 2y – 4 = 0 d. 18 cm b. Find the equation of the line tangent to the curve y = x3 – 6x2 at its point of inflection. a. The sum of the base and the altitude of a trapezoid is 36 cm. 3x – y + 2 = 0 c.63 c.83 914. d.

Two posts 30 m apart are 10 m and 15 m high respectively.1149 cm/min . 11 m c.25 cm 919.25 cm d.31 in2/min 918. 15 cm c.36 in2/min d. the radius of whose base is x. Three sides of a trapezoid are each 8 cm long. 10 m b. 12. 16 cm d.915. -3. How long is the fourth side when the area of the trapezoid has the largest value? a. If the radius of the tank is 8 cm. 14 cm b. -0. Find the value of x for which the conical filter will have the greatest volume. -3. 13 m 916. a.33 in2/min c. how fast is the water level falling when the water is 4 cm deep? a. -3. If the ice melts at a rate of 10 cu in per min. A spherical iron ball 8 inches in diameter is coated with a layer of ice of uniform thickness. -0. -3.1194 cm/min d. how fast is the outer surface of the ice decreasing when the ice is 2 inches thick? a.1491 cm/min b. How far from the 10-m post must that point be located in order to use the least amount of wire? a.39 in2/min b. 11. Water flows out of a hemispherical tank at the constant rate of 18 cu cm per min.25 cm c. A transmission wire passing through the tops of the post is used to brace the posts at a point on level ground between them. 13.1941 cm/min c. 17 cm 917. 12 m d. -0. A circular filter paper of radius 15 cm is folded into a conical filter. -0.25 cm b. 14.

2 b.1 in . Find the area of the largest isosceles triangle that can be inscribed in a circle of radius 2. 15.3 in b. 3 ft3/min b. 5 ft3/min d.1 d. -1 fps b. A man 6 ft tall walks from the light toward the building at the rate of 6 ft/sec. -1. a. 4R/3 d.3 c. Find the rate at which the length of his shadow is decreasing when he is 8 ft. 3. 5R/3 c. 6.5 fps 924. -2 fps d.8 in d.920. 5. 7R/3 b. 4. 8R/3 923. An open box is made by cutting squares of side x inches from four corners of a sheet of cardboard that is 24 inches by 32 inches and then folding up the sides.5 fps c. At what rate is the area of the base increasing when its radius is 5 ft? a. -2. 14. a. 13. A light is placed 3 ft above the ground and 32 ft from a building. a. Sand is poured at the rate of 10 ft 3/min so as to form a conical pile whose altitude is always equal to the radius of its base. What should x be to maximize the volume of the box? a. 6 ft3/min 922. 4 ft3/min c. 16.8 921. Find the altitude of the largest right circular cone that can be cut from a sphere of radius R.2 in c.

2 c. 7 927.72 b. 1 b. What is the maximum perimeter of the rectangle? a. 2. 6 d. 1. b. 4 b. 2. f’(2) = 10 and f”(10) = 4.69 . passes through the origin. 2. 3 d. A runner travels from home plate to first base at the rate of 20 ft/sec. d.91 d. c. 3 928. find a. A rectangle has its base on the x-axis and its two upper corners on the curve y = 2(1 – x2). If the line to the curve y = x – lnx at x = a. Find the maximum vertical distance between y = cosx and y = sinx over the interval [0. 929. a. 2 c. 4 926. a. a. 5 c.925. A baseball diamond is a square 90 ft on the side. 2. Find the value of B. Let f be a function defined by f(x) = Ax2 + Bx + C with the following properties: f(0) = 2.5 d. 2. how fast is the runner’s distance from the second base changing when the runner is halfway to the first base? a.2].83 c.5 b.

930.

Find the radius of curvature of the ellipse 4x2 + 5y2 = 20 at (0,2).
a. -1.5
b. -2.5
c. -3.5
d. -4.5

931.

If sin(x/y) = y/x, find dy/dx.
a. x/y
b. –x/y
c. y/x
d. –y/x

932.

Water is running into a right circular cone with vertical angle equal to 60 degrees (at the
bottom) at the rate of 2 cubic feet per second, and at the same time water is leaking out
at a rate which is 4.8 times the square root of its depth. How high will the water rise?
a. 0.1637 ft
b. 0.1367 ft
c. 0.1673 ft
d. 0.1736 ft

933.

If

,
a.
b.
c.
d.

and

evaluate

25
26
27
28

934.

Find the area bounded by x = y + 2, x = 1 – y2, y = 1 and y = -1 with or without
integration.
a. 11/3
b. 8/3
c. 7/3
d. 5/3

935.

Find the upper area bounded by the curves r = cscθ and r = 4sinθ.
a. 9.10
b. 10.11
c. 11.12
d. 12.13

936.

If f(x) = x1/2 and g(x) = (2x + 1)5/2, evaluate
a.
b.
c.
d.

from x = ½ to x = 4.

37/324
36/324
35/324
43/324

937.

Find the perimeter of the cardioid r = 1 – cosθ.
a. 7
b. 9
c. 6
d. 8

938.

Find the centroid of the volume of a cone formed by revolving about the y-axis the part
of the line
intercepted between the coordinate axes.
a.
b.
c.
d.

(0,1)
(0,2)
(0,3)
(0,4)

939.

A barrel has the shape of an ellipsoid of revolution with equal pieces but off ends. If the
barrel is 10 units long with circular ends of radius 2 units and the midsection of radius 4
units, find the volume of the barrel with or without integration.
a. 100π
b. 110π
c. 120π
d. 130π

940.

Each of the vertical ends of a trough is a parabolic segment with base 4 m and altitude 1
m. Find the force against one of the trough if it is full of water.
a. 11.43 kN
b. 12.44 kN
c. 11.45 kN
d. 10.46 kN

941.

If the trough in problem 444 is 5 m long, how long will it take a 0.50-hp pump to empty
the trough by pumping all of the water to the top of the trough?
a. 2.1 min
b. 1.2 min
c. 1.4 min
d. 2.4 min

942.

Find
axis.
a.
b.
c.
d.

943.

944.

(r/π,0)
(3r/π,0)
(2r/π,0)
(4r/π,0)

Find the moment of inertia of the semicircular arc in problem 446 with respect to its
diameter.
a. r5
b.

r4

c.

r3

d.

r2

If

, find the value of m.
a.
b.
c.
d.

945.

the centroid of a semicircular arc of radius r by placing its diameter along the y-

2
3
4
5

A dog is tied to a 4-m circular tank with a cord 3 m long. The point where the cord is
attached to the tank is at the same level as the dog’s collar. Compute the total area in
which the dog can move.
a. 18.64 m2
b. 16.84 m2
c. 14.85 m2
d. 16.48 m2

946.

If

find f(x).
a.
b.
c.
d.

x3/3
x4/4
x3
x4

947.

An equilateral triangle of side 8 ft is immersed in water with its plane vertical. If one
side is horizontal, and the vertex opposite that side is in the surface of the water, find the
force of pressure on the face of the triangle.
a. 8,500 lb
b. 8,000 lb
c. 7,500 lb
d. 7,000 lb

948.

The area bounded by y = x2 and y = 2 – x2 is revolved about the x-axis. Find the volume
of the solid generated with or without integration.
a. 14π/3
b. 16π/3
c. 17π/3
d. 19π/3

949.

Find the perimeter of the curve x2/3 + y2/3 = 4.
a. 46
b. 47
c. 48
d. 49

950.

Evaluate the integral of cos4xdx from x = -π/2 to x = π/2.
a. 3π/8
b. 4π/5
c. 5π/6
d. 9π/4

951.

Find the surface area generated by revolving the length of the arc of r = 1 + cosθ from 0
to π about the polar axis.
a. 23.13
b. 22.15
c. 21.12
d. 20.11

5/3 7/3 2/3 4/3 953. If the liquid weighs w lb per cu ft. . 55w lb d. 60w lb 956. A conoid is a solid having a circular base such that every plane section perpendicular to the diameter of the base is an isosceles triangle. 12π d. 13π 954. a. 11π c. d. d.952. Find the moment of inertia of the volume of a right circular cylinder with base radius r and altitude h relative to its base. . A rectangular plate 5 ft long and 4 ft wide is submerged in a liquid at an angle of 60 degrees with the vertical. Find the volume of the conoid having a radius of 2 m and the altitude of the triangle is 4 m. 50w lb c. a. Evaluate a. 7 m3 c. 8 m3 d. c. 6 m3 b. a. Find the area of the region that is inside the curve r = 8cosθ but is outside the curve r = 4cosθ with or without integration. find the force of pressure on the plate if the longer edge is parallel to the surface of the liquid and is 2 ft below the surface. 10π b. 45w lb b. c. b. b. a. 9 m3 955.

000 mi-lb d. c.4094 0. ½ b. a. b. 20. Evaluate a.77 c.000 mi-lb 960.78 d. x = 1 and the x-axis.000 mi-lb c. 23. d. b. c. how much work would have to be done? Assume the force of gravitation to vary inversely as the square of the distance from the center of the earth and take the radius of the earth to be 4000 miles. 21. 3/2 d. 1/23 1/24 1/25 1/26 958. 961. If a 10-lb weight could be lifted from the surface of the earth to a height of 4000 miles above the surface of the earth. 0. a. 15.957. 14. Find the value of a. a. 22.79 . 1 c. . 2 959.76 b. Find the area bounded by yx2 = 1.000 mi-lb b. 13. d. 12.4409 0.4049 0. .4904 The cross section of a certain solid made by any plane perpendicular to the x-axis is an equilateral triangle with the ends of one of its sides on the parabolas y = x2 + 5 and y = 2x2 + 1. Find the volume of this solid between the points of intersection of the parabolas.

9 965. 278.1 c. 42 b. Find the number of kilojoules of work to be done if the material weighs w kN/cm3. Find the volume of the solid if every plane section perpendicular to a fixed diameter of the base is an isosceles triangle with its altitude equal to its base. 13πw kJ .3 963. Find the length of the arc of the curve r = 2(1 + cosθ) from θ = 0 to θ = π. 52 c. 3/8 b. 258. Find the volume of the part of the sphere with or without integration. 248. 2/3 d. 12πw kJ d. 4/9 964. A pit is to be dug in the form of an inverted right circular cone. A solid has a circular base of radius 3 units.962.4 d. 62 d. a. 6 b. a. 4 m deep. and 6 m in diameter at the surface of the ground. 72 966. Solve with or without integration. 15πw kJ b. 7 c. 268. a. Find the x-coordinate (or ) of the centroid of the area in the first quadrant bounded by the curves y = 2 – x2 and y = x2. A hole of radius 3 units is bored through the center of a sphere of radius 5 units. 14πw kJ c. 1/4 c. a. 8 d.2 b. a.

Find the volume of the ring-shaped solid generated by revolving about the x-axis the portion of the plane bounded by the line y = 5 and the parabola y = 9 – x2. 4.3894 4. Assume that the liquid leaks out at a uniform rate. A trough 6 m long as its vertical cross section in the form of an isosceles trapezoid.41 kN b. The upper and lower bases are 6 m and 4 m respectively and its altitude is 2 m.44 d. find the forces against the slant side of the trough. if the trough is full of liquid with specific weight 9. a.9348 4. d. The bucket contains a liquid that weighs 9 N/L. b. . a. 893 J b.4938 4. 111.8439 969. 22L c. A uniform chain that weighs 4 N/m has a leaky 15-L bucket attached to it. how much work was done in winding the chain on a windlass.34 c. 542. 398 J d. If a force of 5 pounds produces a stretch of one-tenth the original length. 642.967. 141.24 b. how much work will be done in stretching the spring to double its original length? (Let L = original length) a. a. 25L 970. c. 20L b. 342. 839 J .51 kN c. 442. Evaluate a.71 kN 968.61 kN d. If the bucket is full when 8 m of the chain is out and half full when no chain is out. 938 J c. The stretch of a spring is proportional to the force applied. 24L d.54 971. 121.81 kN per cu m. 131.

Solve with or without integration. 10 m d. a. Find the altitude of the triangle if the force due to the water pressure against one face of the plate is 50w kN where w is the specific weight of the water. the cost of pumping the water to an outlet at the top of the well is 2 pesos per joule of work. 4πr3 c. 2. find the depth to which the water is to be pumped out to realize maximum profit.73 c.2 m.35 m b. A plate in the shape of a right triangle is submerged vertically in the water and the base 3 m long is in the surface of the water. 4πr2 b. 8 m b. 2.53 975. 2. a. a. The mineral water weighs 9810 newton per cubic meter. 4π2r2 d. 313. 9 m c. The cross section of a deep well containing mineral water is a circle of radius 1.000 pesos per cubic meter. Find the volume of the torus generated by revolving about the x-axis the area bounded by x2 + (y – 4)2 = 4. 315.83 b.65 m .63 d. 2. 4π2r3 973.55 m d. 312. a. 11 m 974. Find the volume of the torus generated by revolving a circle of radius r about a line on the same plane of the circle and whose distance is 2r from the center of the circle. 314.45 m c. If the surface of the water is one meter below the top of the well and the water is sold 50.972.

2/3 m3 c. 79. Find the volume of the common part of the cylinders.38 cm4 978. 33. 3/5 m3 b. a. 3666 cm3 b. 78. 32. a. 8a 980. 3999 cm3 . a.58 cm4 c. 31.57 cm4 c. A wedge is cut from a circular tree whose diameter is 2 m by a horizontal cutting plane up to the vertical axis and another cutting plane which is inclined by 45 degrees from the previous plane.48 cm4 d. 3/4 m3 d. 3888 cm3 d. 77. Find the moment of inertia of a circle 5 cm in diameter about an axis through its centroid. Find the volume of the wedge with or without integration. a.68 cm4 b.77 cm4 979. Find the perimeter of the astroid whose parametric equations are x = acos 3t. 3777 cm3 c.976.67 cm4 d. Find the moment of inertia of the circle in problem 481 relative to the line tangent to the circle.47 cm4 b. a. 5a b. 6a c. y = asin3t. 7a d. 76. The axes of two right circular cylinders of equal radii 9 cm each intersect at right angles. 30. 2/5 m3 977.

negative sine and tangent C.466 kJ 982. 2.85 kN/m3. In what quadrant does an angle terminate if its cosine and tangent are both negative? A. 0.5 c. A hemispherical tank is full of oil weighing 7. The oil is to be pumped to the top of the tank.3 b.981. 4 c.7 d. The angle between 90 degrees and 180 degrees has A. 0. negative sine and cosine 985. grade 986. fourth . 2.60 m.799 kJ b. Find the work done if the radius of the tank if 0. negative cotangent and cosecant B. radian C. Find the area of one loop of the curve r2 = 8cos2θ. a. mil B. negative secant and tangent D. 0.577 kJ d. 2. third D. the first quadrant area bounded by y2 = 12x. x = 3 and y = 0.688 kJ c. 6 983. first B. Find of the centroid of the solid generated by revolving about the y-axis. degree D. 2.9 984. It is defined as the angle subtended by a circular arc whose length is equal to the radius of the circle. 0. A. a. second C. 5 d. a. 3 b.

mil B. C. grade system 994. -135 degrees D. cos A = sec B D. circular system B. III D. Relative to a right triangle ABC where C = 90 degrees. The distance of a point from the origin. IV . rpm 989. which of the following is not true ? A. The distance of a point from the y-axis. I B. quadrants II and III B. II C.987. quadrants III and IV D. Which of the following systems of angle measurements uses the degree as the unit of measure? A. quadrants II and IV 991. -390 degrees 988. cotangent D. radian D. csc A = sec B 990. grade C. sin A = cos B B. The distance of a point from a line. cosine C. sine B. then angle A terminates in A. cosecant 992. Which of the following angles in standard position is a quadrantal angle ? A. A. mil system C. 540 degrees B. 480 degrees C. tan A = cot B C. A. The distance of a point from the x-axis. In what quadrant will angle A terminate if sec A is positive and csc A is negative. quadrants I and III C. D. The secant is the cofunction of A. It is an angular unit that is equal to 1/6400 of four right angles. Which of the following is an undirected distance ? A. If the value of sin A is a negative fraction. sexagesimal system D. 993. B.

90 deg B. To find the interior angles of a triangle whose sides are given. sinx = (tanx/secx) B. 1 + cosθ D. 1 . between 0 degrees and 180 degrees B. between 90 degrees and 180 degrees C. I or IV B. sine B. 70 degrees B. (secx/tanx) = (cosx/cotx) 996. use the law of A. secant 1001. The point P(x.cosθ B. What is the coreference angle of 290 degrees ? A. 180 deg D. 30 degrees D. 45 deg C. Within what limits between between 0 degrees and 360 degrees must the angle θ lie if cos θ = -2/5 ? A. between 90 degrees and 360 degrees 997. 1 +sinθ 1000. II or III C. I or II D. between 90 degrees and 270 degrees D. (cotx/cscx) = (sinx/tanx) C. The coreference angle of any angle A is the positive acute angle determined by the terminal side of A and the y-axis.y) where x  0 and y > 0 is located in quadrant A. cosine C.995. Which of the following relations is not true ? A.sinθ C. III or IV . cotx = cscx cosx D. 50 degrees C. A measure of 3200 mils is equal to A. The value of vers θ is equal to A. tangent D. 120 deg 999. 1 . 20 degrees 998.

quadrantal angle D. tan A C. sec A decreases from one to infinity 1006.500 degrees will lie in quadrant A. -240 degrees and 30 degrees D. sec A D. sin(-θ) = sin θ B. four 1005. sec(-θ) = sec θ C. 1 . csc A B. 1 + cosA D. Which of the following is false as the angle A increases from 0 degrees to 90 degrees ? A. Coversine A is equal to A. Which of the following relations is true for any angle θ ? A. cos A 1007. 1 . csc(-θ) = csc θ 1003. Which of the following functions is positive if angle A terminates in the second quadrant ? A.cosA B. vertical angle C. reference angle B. tan(-θ) = tan θ D.sin A C. An angle in standard position and whose terminal side falls along one of the coordinate axes is called a A.1002. tan A increases from zero to infinity C. 1 + sin A 1004. three D. two C. one B. cos A decreases from one to zero D. 710 degrees and -10 degrees B. The terminal side of -1. Which of the following pairs of angles in standard positions are coterminal angles ? A. 120 degrees and 60 degrees C. 325 degrees and -40 degrees . central angle 1008. sin A increases from zero to one B.

The gradient of the line in the figure is A. 35 degrees D. 25 degrees B. IV . the its reference angle is A. The cotangent and cosecant are positive D. The sine and tangent are positive 1015. cot θ 1010. -4) if x is positive ? A. positive sine C.1009. third quadrant angle D. If an angle is in the standard position and its measure is 215 degrees. In what quadrant can we locate the point (x. positive tangent 1011. If tan θ > 0 and cosθ < 0. Which of the following is not a first quadrant angle ? A. 40 degrees 1014. The tangent and secant are positive B. -tan θ D. III D. The sine and cosecant are positive C. tan θ B. negative cotangent D. fourth quadrant angle 1013. 30 degrees C. first quadrant angle B. then θ is a A. second quadrant angle C. 450 degrees B. In the second quadrant. II C. Which of the following is true in quadrants III and IV ? A. I B. -120 degrees 1012. negative cosecant B. -330 degrees D. -1/tan θ C. 60 degrees C. which of the following is true ? A.

A + 2B = 30 degrees 1025. find csc θ. Find the value of sin(Arecos 15/17).1016. 8/9 B. III and IV C. 2 B. If cot θ = square root of 3 and cos θ < 0. find A + B. A + B = 180 degrees D. I and II C. find sin 2x. 45 degrees D. find the value of A. A. 2 pi B. -1/2 1024. 30 degrees B. 6 pi 1022. 3 pi . then A. A + 2B = 90 degrees C. -12/5 C. 60 degrees C. A. 90 degrees C. 4 pi D. A. -2 C.2B = 90 degrees B. 1/2 D. If tan A = 2 and tan B = 1/2. 12/5 B. In what quadrants do the secant and cosecant of an angle have the same algebraic sign? A. 60 degrees D. 90 degrees B. 17/19 D. -5/12 C. If sin A = -5/13 and A in quadrant III. find cot A. A. 8/2 1023. 10/13 D. -1/2 1021. If sin 3A = cos 6B. II and IV B. 25/169 1020. 5/12 D. 8/17 C. What is the period of y = 3 sin(x/2) ? A. 1/2 D. If cos 3A + sin A = 0. 120/169 B. A. I and III D. 2( square root of 3 / 3) C. 45 degrees 1018. A . If sin x = 5/13 . A. The cosecant of 960 degrees is equal to A. 12/13 1017. 30 degrees 1019. -2( square root of 3 / 3) B.

cos A tan A C. sin²θ B. -7/25 1031. 0. find the value of θ. cosθ . find tan (x + y). A.35 1033. The angle that is equal to one half of its supplement is A.120 degrees 1034. 1/2 C. 12 degrees C. 0 C.25 C. find x. 1 B. 0.3 D. 11 degrees D. If sin 40 degrees + sin 20 degrees = sin θ. 7/25 B. 10 degrees 1027. Sec A . If tan x = 1/2 and tan y = 1/3. 1 D. Simplify ( sin θ/ 1 . 60 degrees B. 13 degrees B. If Arcsin(2x) = 30 degrees. sin2θ B. 2/3 1030. sinθ D. If cos θ= 3/5 and θ in quadrant IV. 60 degrees C. sinθ D. sin A tan A D. 90 degrees C. A. tanθ B. 2tanθ 1029.( 1 + cos θ/ sin θ) A. simplify (sinθ + cosθtanθ)/(cosθ) A. cos²θ C. 80 degrees D. 0. 80 degrees D. A. sin A cot A B. find cos2θ A. cos2θ C.cos A is identically equal to A.cos θ) . 2cotθ 1032.1026. 45 degrees 1035. cos A cot A 1028. If the product of cot 2θand cot 68 degrees is equal to unity. Find the equivalent value of y in the equation y = (1 + cos 2θ) / (cot θ) A. -24/25 C. A. 24/25 D. 20 degrees B. 0. 2 D. find θ.20 B.

-13/9 D. A.6y = 90 degrees D. The expression (1 -sinx) / (cosx) is equal to A.60 B.8 degrees C. 1. Arctan (4/7) C.8 degrees D.5x. 33. 0. sin 2x D. Arctan (1/15) 1042.0873 C.3y = 45 degrees B.(cosx) / (1 + sinx) . find the value of the cosine of 2x. Find the angle which a 9-m ladder will make with the ground if it is leaned against a window still 6m high.832 B. 4x . cos 4x B. A.658 C.28 C. A. If tan 4x = cot 6y. find A. 0. 32. 0.8 D. If tan A = -3 and tan B = 2/3. 62 degrees C.1036. cos 2x 1038.8 degrees B. 2x . sin 4x 1040. find the θ in radians.4x = 90 degrees Arctan(1/3) + Arctan(1/5) A.47 degrees 1043. Arctan (8/15) D.47 degrees B. find tan(A . A. 6y . 0.8 degrees 1045. Arctan (7/4) B. 41.cosx)/sinx D. then A. 0. 34.5x and cos A = 5. A. 31.1 C. -12/9 1037. 0. If tan (A / 4) = cot A.7853 D. find angle A. 1.38 1044. 72 degrees 1039.tanx B. 52 degrees B. Simplify cos^4 x. A. 2x + 3y = 45 degrees 1041. -11/9 B. If sin A =3.B).(1 . 51. 21. If the tangent of an angle x is 3/4.47 degrees D. If cos 65 degrees + cos 55 degrees = cos θ. -10/9 C.47 degrees C. 42 degrees D.sin^4 x A. Simplify C. 35.

-2 -5i 1051. Express 3i + 5 + (square root of -16) in the standard form.tanθ B. If sin θ = 3. tan(90 degrees + θ) = -tanθ D. tan(270 degrees .i D. -5 + 7i D.7i B. Solve for x if Arctan ( 1 – x ) + Arctan ( 1 + x ) = Arctan ( 1/8 ). 39. If sin2x sin4x = cos2x cos4x. -1 + i C. A. find x. A.θ) = -tan θ C. tan(180 degrees + θ) = . 1 -i B. amplitude B. 2 B. period C. 19° D. A.tan² θ) cot 56° . 16° 1055. 0. A. phase shift 1052. Which of the following is true ? A. A. 6 D. 0. 13° B. the absolute value of the ratio c/b is called A.1534 1054.5i B. 3 .1532 B. Write (square root of 2) cis 135 degrees in rectangular form. 14° C. -1 . Find θ if 2tan θ = ( 1 . 5 . 4 C.51 degrees C. Give the conjugate of 2 + (square root of -25) in the standard form. -2 + 5i D.61 degrees 1047. A. 15° D.41 degrees B. 5 + 7i C.1538 C.5x and cos θ = 5. A. 1 + i 1050.θ) = . tan(180 degrees .1046.1536 D. Find the angle of elevation of the sun.7i 1049. -5 . 39.81 degrees D. For the trigometric function y = a sin(bx +c). 18° B.5x. A tree 30 m long casts a shadow 36 m long. A. 0. 39. 16° C. argument D. 0. find the value of x. 39.tanθ 1048. 2 + 5i C. 17° 1053. 2 .

If A + B = 180°. A. Given cos θ = √3/2. 0 B. (1) only 1057. find y. 1 + sin x B. (3) only D. 1 + cos x D. 30° B. 290° B. ½ D. What is the value of A between 270° and 360° if 2sin² A – sin A = 1 ? A. 2/3 1062. 275° C. A. 1 – cos x C. find tan(A/2). (m+n)/2 – 1 D. 330° 1063. 30° B. (m + n + 1)/2 B. Find the value of θ. Find the value of Arctan 2cos(Arcsin √3/ 2) . 300° D. 60° D. Evaluate ( sin 0° + sin 1° + sin 2° + … + sin 90°) / ( cos 0° + cos 1° + cos 2° + … + cos 90°) A. Simplify B. If the supplement of an angle θ is 5/2 of its complement. 90° 1058. all of them (sin ½x – cos ½x) ² A. -7 1060. 25° C. -2 B. (m+n)/2 +1 1061. 45° 1059. -1/5 B. If sin A = -7/25 where 180° < A < 270°. A. 2 D. If sin²x + y = m and cos²x + y = n. A. 20° D.1056. 1 – sin x C. -1/3 C. A. 1 C. -5 C. 3 1064. -1/7 D. find the value of 1 . then which of the following is true ? sin A = sin B cos A = cos B tan A = tan B A. (2) only C.tan² θ. (m + n – 1)/2 C. 15° .

0. 34/85 B. 0. 0. Triangle ABC has sides a. If a = 75 m. 15. 10° 1073. If sin A = 3/5 and cos B = 5/13.3 m C.3 m 1070. 18. find the angle opposite side c. find the value of 4sin(x/2)cos(x/2).969 C.650 D.3 m D.35x = Arctan( cot 0.29054 B.388 1068. Evaluate cos( Arcsin 3/5 + Arctan 8/15 ) A.500 B. 93° B. A. 80° C. tan 2x D. 1/3 C. 8 cis 150° D. 0.24/7 B. If 82° + 0. The length of the pole is A. A. 0. 0.0. If sec A = -5/4.447 C.24254 D.43 m on the level ground when the angle of elevation of the sun is 54°50’. Simplify A. 1 (sin 2x) / ( 1 + cos 2x) B. 0. If cos A = -15/17 and A is in quadrant III.361 C. find tan 2A. b = 100 m and the angle opposite side a is 32°. 13° C. A pole which leans to the sun by 10° 15’ from the vertical casts a shadow of 9. tan x 1069. 8 cis 240° C. find sin (A + B).4√3 i in trigonometric form. A. 12° D.-24/7 C.37/85 1072. 1/8 B.215 D. 0. 16. 35/85 1075. find x. cot x B. If sin x = ¼ .1065. A. find cos ½ A.-25/7 D. 36/85 D.3 m B. b and c. If the cosine of angle x is 3/5. then the value of the sine of x/2 is A.24354 1067. 0.25/7 1074. 100° 1071. Express -4 . ½ D. 11° B. 103° D. 8 cis 300° 1066. A. A in quadrant II. A. 17.865 C.24125 C. 1/6 . A. 0. 0. 8 cis 120° B.45x ).

281 D.5 m C. -√3 + i C. If Arcsin( x – 2 ) = π/6. 4.261 B. √3 – i C. A. 26. A. 5/3 C. If Arctan(2x) + Arctan(x) = π/4. 12.14 cm C. -1/tanx 1079. The rationalized value of ( 4 . -√3 – i D.44 cm C.291 1082. 4. 5/4 B. tanx B.33 cm B. Find the product of (4cis120°)(2cis30°) in rectangular form. 10. 11. cos1/2x D.7 m D. -4(√3 + i) B. Find the distance between the centers of two consecutive holes.tan²θ A. 13.55 cm D.19 cm B. find x.66 cm 1080. 2 D. The trigonometric expression ( 1 . 22. 4. If x + y = 90°. 1/tanx C. Two sides and the included angle of a triangle are measured to be 11 cm. A. 0. sin2x C. A. 20 cm and 112° respectively. cos2x 1078. Solve for x if x = (tanθ + cotθ) ² sinθ .271 1083. A ladder leans against the wall of a building with its lower end 4 m from the building.16 cm D. 0. 24. How long is the ladder if it makes an angle of 70° with the ground? A. Twelve round holes are bored through a square piece of steel plate. 0. √3 + i B. Their centers are equally spaced on the circumference of a circle 18 cm in diameter. A. then ( sinx tan y ) / ( sin y tan x ) is equal to A. 4(√3 – i) C. 23.tan²x ) / ( 1 + tan²x ) is equal to A. 3 . sin1/2x B.4√3 i ) / ( -2√3 + 2i ) is A.3 m B.1076. find x. Find the length of the third side. 1 1085. 4. 0. -4(√3 – i) C.15 cm 1081. 4 B. 4(√3 + i) D. 5/2 D.8 m 1084. 5/6 1077. –tanx D.

√2 ( 1 – i ) C. 1/3 B. If the product of csc(x/2) and cos(x/3 + 60°) is equal to 1. 0. find sin y. 57. A. 16° C.36 B. 23° B. 26° D.4 m 1090. The angles B and C of a triangle ABC are 50°30’ and 122°09’ respectively and BC = 9. θ in quadrant III. 2 ( 1 + i ) D. If tan(Arctanx + Arctan ¼) = 7/11. 137.4233 .1 m B. 21° D. 0. √a + b C. the angle of depression of a boat is 15°. 3 C. 36° C.17 and cosx = 0. ¼ 1088. 60. 46° B. 1/3 D. ¼ 1093. 1/5 D. 135. 1/5 D. ½ 1087. find the length of AB. A.4344 D.46 C. 20° 1095. A. A. a + b B. ½ B. 4 D. find the value of x. 2 ( 1. 22° 1096. 1/6 1092. 58.56 D. find the value of (1 + cosθ) / (1 – cosθ). If Arctanx + Arctan(1/3) = 45°.2355 B. if tanθ = √3. find x.66 1091. If sin(x + 10°) = cos3x. If ysinx = a and ycosx = b. √2 ( 1 + i ) B.3455 C. From the top of a lighthouse 37 m above sea level. How far is the boat from the lighthouse? A. 136. √a² + b² D.1086. ¼ C. If cos(x + y) = 0. 1/5 1089. 0.i ) C. If cscθ = 2 and cosθ < 0. then ( secθ + tanθ ) / ( secθ – tanθ ) = A. find y in terms of a and b. 2 B. find x. A.50. 0. Evaluate [6( cos80° + isin80° ) / 3( cos35° + isin35° )] A. 59.2 m C.3 m D. then x = A. a² + b² C. 5 1094. A. 138. ½ B. A.

A. 26. 29.x² 1105. 27. 28.15 B. A. If two sides of a triangle are each equal to 8 units and the included angle is 70°. find the speed of the ship in miles per hour. 3x√1 + x² C. 16 1099.3 mph C. sin A B. If after 10 minutes.4 m D. Two buildings with flat roofs are 15 m apart. 9.4 m 1103. If sin A + sin B = 1 and sin A – sin B = 1.x² D. sec A 1100. the bearing of the lighthouse is found to be North 21 degree 15 minutes West. 60° B. csc A B. 8i D. 2x√1 + x² B. . At a certain instant.65 m high is situated on the bank of a river. From the edge of the roof of the lower building. Evaluate (1 + i)^8 A.1097. Evaluate [2(cos60° + isin60°)]³ A. -8 C. 10. Simplify ( sec A + csc A ) / ( 1 + tan A ) A. -8i B. find A. A tower 28. the angle of elevation of the edge of the roof of the taller building is 32°. 8. 8. 11. 7. A. cot A D. 8 1101. -16 D. 16i C. x + xy –y = 1 C. Transform Arctanx + Arctany = pi/4 into an algebraic equation A.18 1104. 9. 6.3 mph D. How high is the taller building if the lower building is 18 m high? A. 80° D. x + xy + y = 1 B.3 mph B. The angle of depression of an object on the opposite bank of the river is 25°20’. x – xy + = 1 D.17 D. a lighthouse is 4 miles north of a ship which is traveling directly east. 2x√1 . -16i 1102. Express sin(2Arccosx) in terms of x. x – xy-y =1 1106.16 C. 70° C.4 m B. find the third side. Find the width of the river. A.4 m C. 3x√1 .3 mph C. 90° 1098.

10. 10. 12. one car at the rate of 30 kph and the other at the rate of 40 kph. Two ships start from the same point.5 m C. 30° D. 158. 14. -33/56 B. 63.-22/7 1112.92 1110. the bearing of C from B is S30°E and the bearing of A from C is S40°W. A.5 m B. 20.5 m D. 159.47 km C.25 m 1107. find the area of triangle ABC.A. -33/54 D. 138. 19° D. 10. 60. 25° C. 19. A. one going south and the other North 28° East. -24/7 B. 18. If AB = 10.4 km 1111.17 km B. -0. If the speed of the first ship is 12 kph and the second ship is 16 kph. A. find the distance between them after 45 minutes. A. find x. -23/7 D. 17. Three times the sine of an angle is equal to twice the square of the cosine of the same angle. -0. -33/53 1113 If 77° + (2x/5) = Arccos(sin x/4) .37 km D. -20/7 C.5 km C. 20° B. A. 20° 1114. 65.27 km C.5 m C.93 D.80 D.90 1108. 62. find tan 4θ.94 C. 11.2 km D.52 m C. 10. Find the height of a tree if the angle of elevation of its top changes from 20° to 40° as the observer advances 23m toward its base. -0.20 m D. A. 35° .3 km B. 21° B. If tanθ = ´ and θ is in the 1st quadrant.70 1109. Find the angle. -0. The bearing of B from A is N20°E. 18° C.50 m B. 148. How far apart are the cars at the end of half an hour ? A. Given: sec2θ = √10 and 2θ in quadrant IV Find : cos4θ A. -33/55 1115.60 B.95 B. Two cars start at the same time from the same station and move along straight roads that form an angle of 30°. 13. Evaluate tan (Arccos(12/13) – Arcsin(4/5)) A.

. 253.(1 + y²) / 2y B. then (tan145° . The angle of triangle ABC are in the ratio 5:10:21 and the side opposite the smallest angle is 5. AB = 10 m and AD = 12 m.47 1122. If angle BAD equals 60°. Find the length of the line segment drawn from vertex A and bisecting BC.97 ft B.8 m D. 8m² .(1 .41 B. At a point P on level ground between them. 0. 14. 13. 57.14 D. (2y-1)/2y 1118. From a point 60 ft down the hill directly from the base of the tree. The sides of triangle ABC are AB = 5. 57. 263. On the top of a cliff.92 m D. BC = 12 and AC = 10.If tan35° = y. 0. 13. Stations A and B are 1000 m apart on a straight road running from eat to west.41 mi B.96 ft C. find the distance (diagonal) from A to C. the angle of elevation of the top of the nearer tower is 60° and at a point M 24 meters directly away from point P. Find the shortest distance of the tower at C from the road.45 mi D.76 m D. A. 0. From A.8 m C. find cos 8A. 19. 12. 13. the angle of elevation of the top of the nearer tower is 45°. 20. 243. the bearing of C is 26° north of east. 0. A. A quadrilateral ABCD has its side AB perpendicular to side BC at B and its side AD perpendicular to side CD at D.86 m C.tan125°) / (1 + tan145°tan125°) = A.1116. A. How high is the cliff if the radius of the earth is taken to be 4000 miles ? A. Two towers are of equal height. 18. the bearing of a tower at C is 32° west of north and from B. the farthest distance that can be seen on the surface of the earth is 60 miles.92 m 1117. 17. 56. How high is the tree ? A.8m -1 1119.96 m B. A.92 m C. 11.8 m 1123. 59.43 1121. 14. the angle of elevation of the top of the tree is 55°.76 ft D.y²) / 2y C.(y²-1) / 2y D. 11.43 mi C. 8m² + 8m – 1 1120. 8m² -8m + 1 D.31 C. 273. Find the side opposite the largest angle.66 m 1124. If cos 2A = √m . 8m² + 8m + 1 B. How high is each tower ? A.92 m B. A tree stands vertically on a hillside which makes an angle of 22° with the horizontal.8 m B.69 ft C.

A. 5.15

B. 5.25

C. 5.35

D.5.45

1125. Express 1/2 (1 - √3 i ) in trigonometric form.
A. cis 120°

B. cis 240°

C. cis 300°

D. cis 315°

1126. If versinθ = x and 1 – sinθ = ´ , find x if θ < 90°.
A. 0.124

B. 0.134

C. 0.154

D. 0.164

1127. Two points A and B, 150 m apart lie on the same side of a tower on a hill and in a
horizontal line passing directly under the tower. The angles of elevation of the top and bottom of
the tower viewed from B are 42° and 34° respectively and at A, the angle of elevation of the
bottom is 10°. Find the height of the tower.
A. 7.3 m

B. 8.3 m

C. 9.3 m

D. 10.3 m

1128. A point P is at a distance of 4, 5 and 6 from the vertices of an equilateral triangle of side of
x. Find x.
A. 8.5

B. 9.5

C. 7.5

D. 10.5

1129. A quadrilateral ABCD has its sides AB and BC perpendicular to each other at B. Side AD
makes an angle of 45° with the vertical while side CD makes an angle of 70° with the horizontal.
If AB = 15 and BC = 10, find the length of side CD.
A. 31.5

B. 51.5

C. 61.5

D. 41.5

1130. A clock has a minute hand 16 cm long and an hour hand 11 cm long. Find the distance
between the outer tips of the hands at 2:30 o’clock.
A. 19.6 cm

B. 20.6 cm

C. 21.6 cm

D. 22.6 cm

1131. If rcosxsiny = a, rcosxcosy = b and rsinx = c, find r.
A. √a² - b² - c²

B. √a² + b² -c²

C. √a² - b² + c²

D. √a²+b²+c²

1132. From the top of a tower 18 m high, the angles of depression of two objects situated in the
horizontal line with the base of the tower and on the same side, are 30 and 45 degrees. Find the
distance between the two objects.
A. 13.18 m

B. 13.28 m

C. 13.38 m

D. 13.48 m

1133. The sum of the sines of two angles A and B is 3/2 while the sum of the cosines of the
angles is √3 /2 . Find A.
A. 60°

B. 30°

C. 90°

D. 45°

C. ¾

D. 3/6

1134. Evaluate tan( Arcsec √5 – Arccot 2 )
A. 3/7

B. 3/5

1135. What is the greatest distance on the surface of the earth that can be seen from the top of
Mayon volcano which is 2.4 kilometers high if the radius of the earth is 6370 km ?
A. 159.7 km

B. 174.8 km

C. 179.7 km

D. 189.7 km

1136. A pole stands on a plane which makes an angle of 15° with the horizontal. A wire from the
top of the pole is anchored on a point 8 m from the foot of the pole. If the angle between the wire
and the plane is 30 degrees, find the length of the wire.
A. 10.93 m

B. 11.93 m

C. 12.93 m

D. 13.93 m

1137. If sin x + sin y = ½ and cos x – cos y = 1, find x.
A. 15°

B. 20°

C. 25°

D. 30°

1138. A tower standing on level ground is due north of point A and due east of point B. At A and
B, the angles of elevation of the top of the tower are 60° and 45° respectively. If AB = 20 , find
the height of the tower.
A. 18.32 m

B. 17.32 m

C. 16.32 m

D. 15.32 m

C. 90°

D. 45°

1139. If cot(80° - x/2) cot(2x/3) = 1, find x.
A. 30°

B. 60°

1140. If Arctan z = x/2, find cos x in terms of z.
A. (1 + z²) / (1 - z²)
B. (1 - z²) / (1 + z²)
C. (z² + 1) / (z² - 1)
D. (z² - 1) / (z² + 1)
1141. A flagstaff stands on the top of a house 15 m high. From a point on the plane on which
thee house stands., the angles of elevation of the top and bottom of the flagstaff are found to be
60° and 45° respectively. Find the height of the flagstaff.

A. 10.98 m

B. 11.87 m

C. 12.76 m

D. 13.25 m

1142. Two observers 100m apart and facing each other on a horizontal plane, observer at the
same time the angles of elevation of a balloon in their vertical to be 58° and 44°. Find the height
of the balloon .
A. 60.23 m

B. 59.34 m

C. 61.31 m

D. 58.75 m

1143. From a point outside an equilateral triangle, the distances of the vertices are 10 m, 18 m
and 10 m respectively. Find the side of the triangle.
A. 19.94 m

B. 20.94 m

C. 21.94 m

D. 22.94 m

1144. A spherical triangle which contains at least one side equal to a right angle is called
A. a right triangle
B. a polar triangle

C. an isosceles triangle
D. a quadrantal triangle

1145. If A, B and C are the angles of a spherical triangle, then which of the following is true ?
A. 180° < A + B + C < 360°
B. 180° < A + B + C < 540°

C. 0° < A + B + C < 360°
D. 0° < A + B + C < 180°

1146. The angular distance of the horizon from the zenith is equal to how many degrees ?
A. 45°

B. 60°

C. 90°

D. 180°

1147. The point on the celestial sphere directly above the observer is called the
A. zenith

B. nadir

C. pole

D. azimuth

1148. The small circle parallel to the equator is called the
A. equinox

B.parallel of latitude C.meridian

D.horizon

1149. If a, b and c are the sides of a spherical triangle, then
A. a + b + c < 180°

B. a + b + c < 360°

C. a + b + c < 540°

D. a+b+c< 90°

1150. The point on the celestial sphere diametrically opposite the zenith is called the
A. south pole

B. nadir

C. azimuth

D. north pole

1151. It is the angular distance of a heavenly body from the celestial equator.
A. declination

B. altitude

C. latitude

D. colatitude

1152. At sunset or at sunrise, the astronomical triangle is
A. an isosceles triangle
B. a quadrantal triangle

C. a right triangle
D. an oblique triangle

1153. The azimuth angle is always less than
A. 90°

B. 180°

C. 360°

D. 540°

1154. A great circle which passes through the celestial poles and a heavenly body B is called the
________ of B.
A. vertical circle

B. hour circle

C. longitude

D. horizon

1155. The angular distance of a point on the celestial sphere from the horizon is called its
A. longitude
B. altitude

C. latitude
D. polar distance

1156. It is the angle at the zenith from the upper branch of the observer's meridian toward the
east to the vertical circle of the heavenly body.
A. quadrantal angle
B. polar angle

C. hour angle
D. azimuth

1157. The zenith distance of a star is the complement of its
A. declination
B. polar distance

C. altitude
D. latitude

1158. Which of the following given sets of parts of a spherical triangle is possible in order to
define the triangle ?
A. A = 55°, B = 65°, C = 60°
B. a = 110°, b = 135°, c = 130°
C. A = 160°, B = 65°, C = 90°
D. a = 120°, b = 150°, c = 60°

31°08'26" 1166. 4°30'49" 1167. If a place is 12°S of the equator. 4496 1163. 6250 B.1159. zenith distance C.7 1162. 180° C. 7110 D. 31°06'28" C. 6400 1161. 56°12'51" W) P(30°20'46" N. 4694 1164. 8100 1165. A. 13° S C. 5130 B. altitude 1160. 160° . 190° B. Find the difference in latitude between the places given in problem 22. 4°31'48" D. 4°33'47" C. 60°E ) and B (80°20'S. Express 82°26' in nautical miles. 31°07'27" D. 4400 C. 2486. Find the difference in longitude between the following places: M(34°54'33" N. 2846. 170° D. 14° S D. 3400 B.7 C. longitude D. 4°32'46" B. 87°18'20" W) A. 4946 B. Find the distance in nautical miles between A ( 40°30'N.8 B. 60°E) A. 2684. How far in statute miles is a place at latitude 40° N from the equator ? A. 12° S B. If an observer is 840 nautical miles south of the equator. 15° S 1168. find its distance in nautical miles from the north pole. polar distance B. 8250 D. A. 7250 C. 9250 C. The complement of the declination of a star is called the A. How far apart are two points on the equator one in longitude 40° East and the other in longitude 150° West ? A. A 90-degree arc on the terrestrial sphere is equal to how many nautical miles ? A. find his latitude. 31°05'29" B. 2764. 6120 C. 5400 D. A. A.7 D. 4964 D.

2545. Express 3^h 11^m 55^s in angle units. An hour-angle of one hour is equal to A.19 C. 143. 21. The plane of a small circle on a sphere of radius 25 cm is 7 cm from the center of the sphere.The plane of a small circle on a sphere of radius 10 cm is 5 cm from the center of the sphere. 23. 24 cm D. 13° 1174. Find the radius of the small circle.1169. 24. B = 38°43' and C = 34°23'. 2554. 17^h 21^m 26^s 1171. cot B = cos c tan A D. tan B = cos c tan A B. A. Find side b.44 mi B. tan B = sin c cot A 1177. 22. 58°47'45" C.44 mi D. 2445. cot B = sin c tan A C.44 mi 1176.13 C.18 B. 85π 1175. Find the area of a spherical triangle ABC on the surface of a sphere of raidus 10 where A = 119°37'. Given a right triangle with angles A = 63°15' and B = 135°34'. 75π D. 16° 1173. 47°58'45" 1170. The two sides of a right spherical triangle are 86°40' and 32°41'. 131. 15° D. 65π C. 141. Find the angle opposite the first given side. A. 134.3° 1178. 17^h 22^m 16^s B. . 45°47'58" B. 55π B. Express 260°34' in time units.44 mi C. A. 2455.1° B. Use Napier's rule to find a formula for finding angle B of a right spherical triangle when angle A and side c are given. A. If the radius of the earth is 3960 miles. 14° B. A. A. 22 cm B. find the radius of a parallel of latitude 50° north. A. 17^h 16^m 22^s C. Find the area of the small circle.1° C.16 D.4° D. 25 cm 1172. 23 cm C. A. 47°45'58" D. 17^h 26^m 21^s D.

B = 83°41' and C = 58°39'.24 km D. 131. 85°09' 1179. find side c. 34. 301.A. Find the departure. A. 95.45 nm 1186.35° B. 2. A. 90°22'15" E 1185.42 nm B.41° B. Find the resulting change in longitude. 32. 1123. 45°55' D. 114°10' E) in kilometers.03° E 1184.2 C. 2. 86°10' D. 94. The sides of an oblique spherical triangle ABC are given as follows: a = 51°31' . 2. Find c. 128.1231.44 nm D.43 nm C. A.55° D.1124. b = 70°15' and C = 116°45' A. 92°22'15" E C.14° C. Given a spherical triangle ABC with a = 68°27' . Find A.7 D. 33. 93. Find the distance of Manila(14°36' N.1 . A. 121°05' E) from Hongkong(22°18' N. 54°55' C. 87°11' C.56° 1181. 129. 88°12' B.42 km B. A. 96.7 B. 55°45' 1180. 130. 300. Find the area of a spherical triangle on the surface of a sphere of radius 10 where a = 140°30'. If the angles of a spherical triangle are A = 74°21' . what distance does it sail? A. 307. 370. If a boat sails N 30° W until the departure is 20 miles.05° E B.07° E C.32 km C.65° 1187. 93°22'15" E B. 91°22'15" E D. A ship in latitude 50° N sails 80 nautical miles due East.09° E D. A ship in latitude 32° N sails due East intil it has made good a difference in longitude of 2°35' . 55 mi B. 35. A. 50 mi C. b = 87°32' and C = 97°53'.45° C. Find the longitude of an observer if his local apparent time is 10:36:41 AM and the local Greenwich time is 4:23:12 AM. b = 36°47' and c = 80°12'. 40 mi 1183.42km 1182. A. 55°54' B.61° D.1321. 45 mi D. 2.

7051 B.49 n miles B.1188. Find the course of the ship. 137°12' W). If the difference in longitude between two places A and B on the earth is 50° and their latitudes are each 30° N. 9051 D. 94. An arc of one degree on the surface of the earth is approximately equal to how many statute miles ? A.1 1191. A. 140. A.46 n miles 1194. A. A. 42. 122°24' W) ? A. Find the distance traveled. 2598 C. 96.54° D. 56°58'34" E D. 121°05' E) to Tokyo(35°40' N. 2985 D. 2895 1189. a = 95°42' and c = 90°. A. 35°06' B. A. 97. 121°05' E) from San Francisco(37°48' N. 67.56° . 44. A ship sails on a course between south and east making a difference in latitude of 13 nautical miles and a departure of 20 nautical miles. 69. Find angle A.1 D. Given a quadrantal triangle with B = 117°54'. Find the distance AB in nautical miles using middle latitude sailing. Find the initial course of a flight from Manila(14°36' N. 30°65' 1195. A ship leaves A(45°15' N. 140. 54°56'43" E B. 15°16' W) . 68. a ship sails between south and west till the departure is 38 nautical miles and the latitude is 49°38' N. 58°54'36" E 1193.1 B. 140.43 1190. 70.47 C.48 n miles C.49 B. 140. 95.45 D.64° B. Leaving point A(49°57' N. 36°05' C.46° C. 139°46' E). 43. 140°38' W) and arrives at a place B(48°45' N.47 n miles D. How many miles away is Manila(14°36' N. 10051 1192.1 C. 45. 30°56' D. 2589 B. 8051 C. 55°53'84" E C. Find the distance AB in nautical miles.

81°02' W) D. (49°05' N. 54°58' N D. about 3 hours 1198. Find the local apparent time of sunrise at Paris ( lat 48°50' N) when the declination of the sun is 14°38'. the altitude and declination of the sun are found to be 36°18' and 14°35' respectively. If the observation is done in the northern hemisphere.32° B. less than 3 hours C. 130°02' E B. 37°54' N B.32° 1202. A. its hour angle is 15°10' and the place of observation is Berlin ( 52°32' N. 52°56' N B. The declination of a star is 22°. 55°59' N 1203. 36°54' N 1197. 9:56:45 AM D.32° C. 57. 9:41:56 AM 1200.32° D. Find the local apparent time when an observer at latitude 37°52' N finds that the sun's altitude in the eastern sky is 50°10' and the sun's declination is 12°30' N. 59. At what point will it cross the equator ? A. 58. A. Locate the point on the great-circle track which is nearest to the north pole. An airplane flew from Manila (14°36' N. 80°12' W) B. 56. 121°05' E) to Hongkong(22°18' N. A. 4:40:31 AM B. 150°04' E D. 38°54' N C.1196. 4:50:41 AM D. At 8:56 AM. 144°38' E) with an initial course of 36°40' for a great-circle track. A. (45°10' N. 160°05' E . 53°57' N C. find the latitude of the place of observation. The initial course of a ship sailing from a place at latitude 40°40' N and longitude 73°58' W is due east. how long should the trip take ? A. 80°21' W) 1201. A. find its latitude. 39°54' N D. 9:46:51 AM B. If an airplane is to fly from Manila ( 14°36' N. 9:45:56 AM C. almost 3 hours D. 82°10' W) C. (59°04' N. exactly 3 hours B. A. 114°10' E) at an average speed of 200 nautical miles per hour. (54°09' N. An airplane leaves Guam ( 13°24' N. After it has sailed 600 nautical miles on a great-circle track. 4:55:40 AM 1199. Find the altitude of the star. 140°03' E C. 121°05' E) at an average speed of 300 mph on a course S 32° E. 13°25' E). 4:45:30 AM C.

(107° N. (108° N. The angle inscribed in a semicircle is A. A. Which of the following points is equidistant from the vertices of a triangle ? A. orthocenter D. incenter B. D. incenter B. The point of concurrency of the angle bisectors of a triangle is called the A.18° 1026. A. The diagonals of a rhombus are equal.circumcenter . The point of intersection of the altitudes of a triangle is called the A. The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular to each other. centroid C. The diagonals of a rectangle are equal. 126°54' W) C.circumcenter 1209. (109° N. incenter B. a right angle 1208. 126°55' W) D.circumcenter 1210. orthocenter D. 264. 127°45' W) 1205. centroid C.18° D.1204. 120° W) on a course 300° for a distance of 140 nautical miles to point B. B. an acute angle C. 125°44' W) B. Find the azimuth of a star at 5:30 PM at a place whose latitude is 41° if the star's declination is 24°. 254. A ship sails from A( 38° N.circumcenter 1211. The point inside a triangle that is equidistant from its sides is called the A. orthocenter D. C. centroid C. incenter B. (106° N. an obtuse angle B. a straight angle D. 1207. centroid C. The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other. 284. orthocenter D.18° C. 274.Which of the following statements is false ? A. Find the position of B by middle latitude sailing method.18° B.

A convex polygon is a polygon each interior angle of which is less than A. rhombus C. orthocenter D. rectangle B.1212. It is a quadrilateral whose four sides are equal and with no angle equal to a right angle. It is a quadrilateral two and only two of whose sides are parallel A. 10 D. Which of the following points is two thirds of the distance from each vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the corresponding opposite side ? A. 3 pi B. incenter B. The area of a circle is 6 times its circumference. What is the length of the arc of the sector ? A. 12 B. 2(n-2) C. 5 pi D. parallelogram 1219. The sum of the interior angles of a convex polygon of n sides is equal to how many right angles ? A. one third C. orthocenter D. 6 pi . 90° 1216. 45° B. incenter B. 11 C. What is its radius ? A. The point of intersection of the medians of a triangle is called A. two thirds 1214. In a circle of radius 6.circumcenter 1217. rectangle B. a sector has an area of 15 pi. 2(n-1) B.circumcenter 1213.The line segment which joins the midpoints of two sides of a triangle is parallel to the third side and is what part of the third side ? A. trapezoid D. centroid C. trapezoid D. A.2(n-4) 1215. rhombus C. 13 1220. one half B. centroid C. 2(n-3) D. one fourth D. 4 pi C. 60° C. 180° D. parallelogram 1218.

Find the side of a square whose area is equal to that of a rectangle with sides 32 and 18 cm. Find the length of each side. A.1221. A railroad curve is to be laid out on a circle. A. 21 cm B. 14 cm 1223. and the radius of the circumscribed circle is 7 cm. 30° D.62 D. 24 cm 1228.62 B. 200 % D. 81. 12 C. 250 % 1222. 15 B. What radius should be used if the tract is to change direction by 25° in a distance of 36 m ? A. 10 cm C. cm. 20° B. 22 cm C. A. its perimeter is increased by A. If two sides of the triangle are 8 cm and 10 cm. 5. 17 D. 540 cm² B. 85. A. 82. Find the base if the area is 64. 18 .62 1227. 11 D. 6. The altitude of an equilateral triangle is 4.52 m C. The area of the triangle inscribed in a circle is 40 sq.51 m B. 13 cm D. A. How long is the other base ? A. 3. 81. 12 cm C.62 C. 10 1224. 12 cm D. The median of a trapezoid is 8 and one base is 5. 14 cm 1226. 340 cm² C. find the third side. What is the value of θ in the figure ? A. 23 cm D. The side of a regular hexagon measures 10 cm. 4.21 m D.25 m 1229. 10 cm B. The altitude of a triangle is half the base. 8 cm B. The radius of the circumscribing circle is A. 640 cm² D. 15° 1225. If the length of a side of a square is increased by 100%. 100 % B. 440 cm² 1230. 16 C. 150 % C. 13 B. Find the area of a rhombus whose diagonals are 32 cm and 40 cm. 10° C.

6√2 B. 12 and 15. A. 11π B. A. 13 pi/3 D. 11 cm B.35 cm² 1235. A. 107° D. Find the length of an arc of a circle of radius 20 which subtends a central angle of 30°. 12 cm C. 53 C. Each side of a rhombus is 7 and one angle is 42° . A. 36 cm² C. 194. A. The angles between the diagonals of a rectangle is 30° and each diagonal is 12 cm long. 196. 24 cm C.83 1242. A. 8√2 D. 30 B. 30. 8 B. 33. Find the area of the rectangle. An isosceles trapezoid has two base angles of 45° and its bases are 6 and 10.1231. 7 C. A. What is the radius of a circle if the length of a 72° arc is 4π ? A. 13 cm D. 26 cm 1245. 54 B. 12 B. A. 16 D. 4 B. What is the measure of each interior angle of a regular pentagon ? A.33 cm² C. What is the radius of a circle if its circumference is equal to its area ? A.32 cm² B. 10π C. 51 1232. What is its area ? A. 46 cm² D. 31. 20 cm B. 205. 3 C. 195. The diagonals of a rhombus are 6 cm and 8 cm long. A.82 B.69 B. 56 cm² .59 C. 1 1240. 33 1244. 26 cm² B. 22 cm D. Find the perimeter of the rhombus. Find the area of a triangle whose sides are 9. A. 31 C. Find the altitude of a trapezoid of area 180 cm² if the bases are 16 and 14 cm. 10 pi/3 B.89 1243. if a = 10 and b = 12 and angle C = 150° . 6 D. 109° C. 52 D. 32. Find the length of a chord which is 2 units from the center of a circle of radius 6 units. In triangle ABC. 8π 1241. 11 pi/3 C. Find the area of a parallelogram of sides 15 and 16 if one of its angles is 60°. 14 C. find the area of the triangle. Find its area. 207.34 cm² D. 7√2 C. 2 D. Find the area of a sector of a circle of radius 10 cm and whose central angle is 15°. 32 D.81 D. 206. 193. 208. How many sides has a convex polygon if the sum of the measure of its angles is 1080°? A.85 C. 9π D. 9√2 1237. 106° B. 14 pi/3 1236. 5 1238. 108° 1239.79 D. 14 cm 1234. 18 1233.

8. 6. The sides of triangle ABC are a = 14.64 1247. 4 C. 17492.1246. 3√5 C. have their centers 8 units apart. The perimeter of an octagon is 32 and its longest side is 6. Two circles. The area of a sector of a circle. 14 1250. 6 B.48 cm² D. 3. 18249. 16942. A. 5√5 1251. 22. Find the distance traveled by the tip of the minute hand in 5 minutes. What is the apothem of a regular polygon having an area 225 sq.83 D. 8. A. What is the longest side of a similar octagon whose perimeter is 24 ? A. Find the area of a parallelogram whose sides are 128 and 217 if an included angle is 136°. Find the shortest side of a similar triangle whose longest side is 15.38 cm² C. 2√5 B.58 cm² 1253.38 1249. pi/6 D. 10 C.38 B. 4.5 B. 5 . 11 B. A. Find the length of the median from vertex A to side a.34 B. 25.44 C. A. cm. Find the area of a regular hexagon of side 3 cm. 8. 19294. 7. 13 D. 4. 23.83 C.54 D. The minute hand of a large clock is 2 m long. 6 and 9. each of radius 6 units. pi/3 1248. and a perimeter 60 cm? A. b = 12 and c = 10.5 cm 1252. A. A. 8 D. Find the length of their common chord.5 cm C. pi/4 B. 8. pi/2 C. 24.5 cm D. 4√5 D. A. having a central angle of 60° is 24 pi.28 cm² B.5 D.5 cm B. 5 1254.8. 12 C. Find the radius of the circle. A triangle has sides 3.

31 C. 65 C. 34 1256. 14 D. 32 D. 33 B. The circumference of two circles are 6π and 10π. A. 7/25 D. 25° D. If the perimeter of the hexagon is 38. then it has how many sides ? A. find angle θ. In the figure AB = AC.6/25 1258. 20° B. 10 B. 85 D. 9/25 B.1255. What is the ratio of their areas ? A. 11 C. A hexagon is circumscribed about a circle of radius 5. 75 B. 15° . what is the area of the hexagon ? A. 12 1259. The value of θ is A. If AB is parallel to CD where CD is the diameter of the circle as shown in the figure. 95 1257. 10° C. If a regular polygon has 54 diagonals. 8/25 C.

1260. What is the diameter of a circle that is circumscribed about an equilateral triangle of side
7.4 cm.
A. 8.64 cm
B. 8.54 cm
C. 9.54 cm
D. 9.64 cm
1261. If the perimeter of a rhombus is 40 and one of its diagonals is 12, find the other diagonal.
A. 16
B. 15
C. 18
D. 17
1262. Given a circle as shown. The length of arc AB is
A. 1.527
B. 1.725
C. 1.257
D. 1.275

1263. Find the area of the annulus bounded by the inscribed and circumscribed circles of an
equilateral triangle with a side of length 6.
A. 11π
B. 8π
C. 10π
D. 9π
1264. Find the area of a regular octagon inscribed in a circle whose radius is 10 cm.
A. 822.8 cm²
B. 282.8 cm²
C. 828.2 cm²
D. 228.8 cm²

1265. In the figure shown, find the shaded area.
A. 4π
B. 5π
C. 6π
D. 7π

1266. If the perimeter of a regular hexagon is 24, what is the apothem ?
A. 3√3
B. 4√3
C. 2√3

D. 5√3

1267. The ratio of the sum of the exterior angles to the sum of the interior angles of a polygon is
1:3. Identify the polygon.
A. hexagon
B. heptagon
C. octagon
D. nonagon
1268. A circular sector has a radius of 6 cm and whose central angle is 60°. If it is bent to form a
right circular cone, the radius of the cone is
A. 1 cm
B. 2 cm
C. 3 cm
D. 4 cm
1269. A square is inscribed in a 90° sector of a circle as shown. Find the area of the shaded
region.
A. 1.214
B. 1.412
C. 1.124
D. 1.142

1270. A regular octagon is inscribed in a circle of radius 6. Find the perimeter of the octagon.
A. 34.54
B. 35.64
C. 36.74
D. 37.84
1271. If four angles of a pentagon have measures 100°, 96°, 87° and 97°, find the measure of the
fifth angle.
A. 150°
B. 160°
C. 140°
D. 130°
1272. If the sum two exterior angles of a triangle is 230°, find the measure of the third exterior
angle.
A. 130°
B. 120°
C. 110°
D. 100°
1273. Given are two concentric circles with line segment AB = 10 cm which is always tangent to
the small circle. Find the area of the shaded region (see figure).
A. 50 pi cm²
B. 45 pi cm²
C. 25 pi cm²
D. 30 pi cm²

1274. A circle whose radius is 10 cm is inscribed in a regular hexagon. The area of the hexagon
is
A. 346.4 cm²
B. 634.4 cm²
C. 364.4 cm²
D. 436.6 cm²
1275. The area of a parabolic segment having a base width of 10 cm and a height of 27 cm is
A. 270 cm²
B. 150 cm²
C. 210 cm²
D. 180 cm²
1276. A side of a regular hexagon is 6. What is the circumference of its circumscribed circle?
A. 12 pi
B. 11 pi
C. 13 pi
D. 10 pi

1277. Two chords PQ and RS of a circle meet when extended through Q and S at a point T. If
QP = 7, TQ = 9 , TS = 6, find SR.
A. 16
B. 17
C. 18
D. 19
1278. What is the angle at the center of a circle if the subtending chord is equal to two thirds of
the radius.
A. 39.95°
B. 38.94°
C. 37.93°
D. 36.92°
1279. The area of a rhombus is 250 and one of the angles is 37°25'. What is the length of each
side?
A. 20.18
B. 20.28
C. 20.38
D. 20.48
1280. If in triangle ABC, A = 76°30', B = 81°40' and c = 368, find the diameter of the
circumscribed circle.
A. 989.5
B. 959.8
C. 395.8
D. 958.9
1281. Given a parallelogram ABCD such that AB = 7, AC = 10 and angle BAC = 36°07'. Find
the length of BC.
A. 4.992
B. 5.992
C. 6.992
D. 7.992
1282. What is the diameter of the circle that is circumscribed about an isosceles triangle whose
vertical angle is 18° and the sum of the two equal sides is 18 units ?
A. 7.11
B. 8.11
C.9.11
D.10.11
1283. The diagonals of a quadrilateral are 34 and 56 intersecting at an angle of 67°. Find its area.
A. 837.62
B. 863.72
C. 826.37
D. 876.32
1284. Find the radius of a circle in which is inscribed a regular nonagon whose perimeter is
417.6 cm.
A. 68.37 cm
B. 67.83 cm
C. 63.87 cm
D. 68.73 cm
1285. If each interior angle of a regular polygon has a measure of 160°, how many sides has the
polygon ?
A. 16
B. 17
C. 19
D. 18
1286. The sides of a right triangle are a, b and c where c is the hypotenuse. Find the radius of the
circle that is inscribed in the triangle.
A. 1/2 (a+b+c)
C. 1/2(a-b+c)
B. 1/2(a+b-c)
D. 1/2(a-b-c)
1287. Two sides of a parallelogram are 20 and 30 and the included angle is 36°. Find the length
of the longer diagonal.
A. 74.65
B. 64.75
C. 57.46
D. 47.65

5√3 C. 29 ft B. 19° C. 7√3 1290. 9. 11 C. 4. find the angle QTS. Find the radius of a circle whose area is equal to the area of the annulus formed by two consecutive circles with radii 5 and 13.946 D. 15° B. 13 D. A. 20° D. 18° B. 12 C. A. PQ and RS are secants of a circle which when extended beyond Q and S at a point T outside the circle. 11 B. 21° 1291. 21 and 28. A circle in inscribed in an equilateral triangle. A. Find the length of the line segment bisecting the longest side and drawn from the opposite angle.294 C. 4√3 B. Find the angle formed by the secant and tangent to a circle if one intercepted arc is 30° more than the other and the secant passes through the center of the circle. If the span is 40 ft and the midpoint of the arc is to be 8 ft higher than the ends. A. 18° 1293. 14 1289. 27 ft C. Given that arc PR = 105° and arc QS = 67°. 16° C. 6√3 D.246 B. find the perimeter of the equilateral triangle. what is the radius of the circle? A. 13 1294. 10 B. 12 D. 2. The sides of a triangle are 17. 30 ft 1292. 6. A.1288. A bridge across a river is in the form of an arc of a circle. 17° D. If the circumference of the circle is 3. 28 ft D. Find the length of this external tangent.962 . Two tangent circles of radii 6 and 2 have a common external tangent as shown in the figure. A.

45. Two concentric circles each contains an inscribed square. find the shaded area. 3√2 pi 1297. Find the area ( shaded) between the regular cross and the circle.44 B. The larger square is also circumscribed about the smaller circle. 8 C. A. If the circumference of the larger circle is 12 pi. 46. A regular cross is inscribed in a circle as shown. 44. If arc DF has its center at E and arc FB has its center at G. 6 B. 12 1296. 10 D. A. 6√2 pi B.66 D.55 C.1295. what is the circumference of the smaller circle ? A. 5√2 pi C. Given a square ABCD as shown where E is the midpoint of side AD and G is the midpoint of side BC. 4√2 pi D. 43.77 .

IF angle T = 42° and P is a point on the major arc AB. find an equation connecting x and y. find angle PSR. 68° C. 86° B. A secant and a tangent to a circle intersect an angle of 38° degrees.2y = 360° D.41 D.51 . Compute the difference between the perimeters of a regular pentagon and a regular hexagon if the area of each is 12. 2x + y = 360° C. PORS is a quadrilateral that is inscribed in a circle. x+2y=360° 1299. 89° 1301. 66° 1302. 88° D. If the angle APB is x degree and angle A0E is y degrees. x .21 C. 129° B. A.31 B. 132° 1303. A. 2x . The lines TA and TB are tangent to a circle at points A and B respectively. 96° B. A. 131° D. A. 130° C.y = 360° B.0. 87° C. A. find angle APB. 76° D.1298. Point P is a point on the minor arc AB of a circle with center at 0 as shown.0. If the measures of the arc intercepted between the secant and tangent are in the ratio 2:1. Find arc AB. 86° C. 69° B. 0. angle CAB = 38° and angle DBA = 65°. A. If angle SQR = 23° and the angle between the side SP and the tangent line through the point P is 64°. The quadrilateral ABCD is inscribed in a circle and its diagonal AC is drawn so that angle DAC = 34°. find the measure of the third arc. 66° 1300. 0. 67° D.

Find the common area of two intersecting circles of radii 12 and 18 respectively if their common chord is 14 long. The sum of the sides of a triangle is 100.5 1308. 35. A.49 1306.7 m² C. A. The area of the sector of a circle having a central angle of 60° is 24π.37.5 B. 8.27 B. 44. 36.1304. The angle at A double that of B and the angle at B is double that of C. 126. 15. 122.37 C.21 1310.7 1305. what is the area of the parallelogram ? A. 43.29 C.39 D. 121. A diagonal of a parallelogram is 56.19 B. 5. 34.57 . Find side c.16 D.7 m² D. 42. 585 ft² C. 37. Find the area of the parallelogram.38 ft long and makes an angle of 26°13' and 16°24' respectively with the sides. 112. 41.5 C.4 B.62 B. In a parallelogram ABCD. 16. 17.26 C. Find the area of a regular five-pointed star that is inscribed in a circle of radius 10. 35.5 C.6 D.7m² 1307. A. Find the perimeter of the sector.47 D. 18.7 m² B. A. 4. 565 ft² 1309. 6. 36. A. 575 ft² D. the diagonal AC makes with the angle 27°10' and 32°43' respectively. 34.5 D. What is the difference in the areas between an inscribed and a circumscribed regular octagon if the radius of the circle is 6? A. If side AB is 2. 595 ft² B.8 m long.

32. If BC = 2(AB).94 D. 1/2 D. 1/3 C. 1/4 B. what fraction of the circle is shaded? A. 1/5 1312. Find the area of the shaded region if the radius of the larger circle is 10. In the figure.1311. 34.94 B. A.49 C. the small circle is tangent to 4 circular arcs. 31. 35.49 .

the distances of the vertices are 12. find the shaded portion (common area). 25. 21. 31.01 b² D.6 km . 21.5 km D. 5 C.04 b² B. 51.3 km B.68 1315. 20 and 12 respectively. Assuming that the earth is a perfect sphere of radius 6370 kilometers. 23. 20. 24. Find the length of each side of the triangle.03 b² C.4 km C.1313. a person at a point T on top of a tower 60 meters high looks at a point P on the surface of the earth.78 D.5 B. If each edge is 10 units long.02 b² 1314. Find the area between the circle and the star.95 B. What is the approximate distance of P from T ? A. 26. A.85 C. 27. 4. 3. 22.5 D. 1. four arcs are drawn as shown in the figure. From a point outside of an equilateral triangle. Using the vertices of a square. 2. A. A. 41. A regular five-pointed star is inscribed in a circle of radius b cm.5 1316.

64 D. 95° D. arc BC = 80° and arc AD = 90°. 75° . 6. If the radius of each of the smaller circles is 3.46 B.46 1318. A. if arc AB = 50°.64 C. 4. 85° B. what is the radius of the largest circle ? A. In the figure. 65° C.4. find θ. 6.1317. Each of four circles ( see figure ) is tangent to the other three.

A. PC = 10. arcs C. A. annulus B. pyramid C.5 B. conoid C. 24.5 1320. prismatoid 1323. cone D.slant height 1324. It is a polyhedron of which one face is a polygon and the other faces are triangles which have a common vertex.dodecahedron 1325. It is a polyhedron whose faces are all squares. 21. The altitude of any of the lateral faces of a regular pyramid is called the A lateral edge B. In the figure. torus D. altitude D.5 C. find the area of the quadrilateral ABCD. 22. hypotenuse 1322.5 D. A.chords . 23. lateral edge B. prismatoid 1321. tetrahedron B. hexahedron C.median D. slant height C. The intersection of two faces of a pyramid is called the A. if PB = 6. The dihedral angle is the angle between two intersecting A. prism B. A.lines B.altitude C. octahedron D.1319. The solid formed by revolving a circle about an external axis in its plane is called. PA = 5 and θ = 30°.planes D.

the solid is called A.3652 D. 0. A.6523 B. dodecahedron C. 145 cm² C. The radius of a sphere that is inscribed in a regular hexahedron of edge e is equal to A. 600π cm³ 1334.prismoid 1330. 0. 37π D. octahedron D. 15 pi cm² C. 750π cm³ B. 135 cm² 1332.1326. e/4 D. prismoid C. It is a polyhedron of which two faces are equal polygons in parallel plane and the other faces are parallelogram. The area exposed above the liquid is A. 650π cm³ D. 140 cm² D. A. 0. 36π C. Find the volume of the frustum of a right circular cone whose altitude is 6 and whose base radii are 2 and 3. e/2 B. A. 35π B. The angle of a lune is 60° and the radius of the sphere is 15 cm. astroid 1328. 38π 1333.tetrahedron B. A spherical wooden ball 15 cm in diameter sinks to a depth of 12 cm in a certain liquid. Which of the regular polyhedrons has faces that are regular pentagons ? A. 45 pi cm² D. tetrahedron B. Find the volume of the spherical wedge whose base is the given lune. What is the ratio of the volume of the sphere to the volume of the cube? A. e/3 C.2635 . 150 cm² B. conicoid B. e/5 1329.5236 C. 700π cm³ C. If the base of a solid is a circle and every section perpendicular to the base is an isosceles triangle. What is the total area of a cube whose edge is 5 cm? A. 0. A sphere of radius R is inscribed in a cube of edge e. 54 pi cm² B. 35 pi cm² 1331. icosahedron 1327.pyramid D. prism C. conoid D.

723 m³ 1344.6 cu. Find the radius of the base. 756 B. 0.4 in. 620π/3 cm³ C.273 m³ D. A hemispherical bowl of radius 10 cm is filled with water to a depth of 5 cm. A concrete pedestal is in the form of a frustum of a regular square pyramid whose altitude is 1. 630π/3 cm³ 1337. 0. 8 B.93 C.4187. ft and whose height is 16. 376 ft² D. 675 1343.1335.327 m³ C. 16 cm B. A. 10√2 1340.73 B. 657 C. 7√2 B. The base radii of the frustum of a cone are 6 cm and 10 cm respectively. 7 C.87 cm³ B. A. 6 D. 0.89 cm³ 1339 Find the length of the diagonal of a rectangular box whose edges are 6. 4188. 625π/3 cm³ D. 50° D. 18 cm D. A. 45° C.83 D. 6. 17 cm C.79 cm³ D. Find the angle of the lune.2 cm and base edges 0. 55° 1338. 8 and 10.88 cm³ C.372 m³ B. 8√2 C. The slant height of a right circular cone is 13 and the altitude is 12. 0. A. 6. 4198. 5 1336. 615π/3 cm³ B. 4179. Find the area of the base of a prism whose volume is 516. 576 D. A. Find the volume of the pedestal. cm ? A. A.40 m and 0.63 1342. 6. 6. 374 ft² C. Find the altitude of the frustum if its volume is 1176π cu. Find the volume of the water. 372 ft² B. 378 ft² 1341. The area of a lune is 4π m² and the radius of the sphere is 3 m. Find the slant height of a regular pyramid each of whose faces is enclosed by an equilateral triangle with side 8.70 m respectively. 9√2 D. 19 cm . What is the volume of a pyramid whose altitude is 27 and whose base is a square 8 on a side ? A. 40° B. A. The volume of a sphere whose diameter is 20 cm is A.

How many liters of water will it hold? A.15 cm B. 340 pi cm³ D. The radius of the base is A.21 cm .783 m³ 1349. The volume of a square pyramid is 384 cm³ and its altitude is 8 cm. 13 cm D. 262500π D. How long is an edge of the base? A. 16 B.17 cm C.5 m deep and its circular top has a radius of 5 cm. 24 pi 1354. Find the volume of a right circular cone whose base radius is 8 cm and whose altitude is 15 cm. What is the diameter of a sphere for which its volume is equal to its surface area? A. 14 cm 1350. 28. 21 pi B. 18 D.872 m³ D. A conical tank is 10. 19 1353. Find the diameter of a sphere whose surface area is 324π. 3. A. 330 pi cm³ C. 26. 263500π 1352. 2.19 cm D. 27. A.6π cm³ D. 27 D. 4. 25 B. A. 4. 28 1351. 22 pi C. The volume of a sphere of radius 1.5π cm³ 1347.238 m³ 1348.8π cm³ B.2 m is A.372 m³ B. 5 D. 17 C. 25. 6 C. 4.7π cm³ C. 260500π B. Find the area of a zone of a sphere whose radius is 6 if the altitude of the zone is 2. 4 1346.1345. Find the altitude of a right prism flow which the area of the lateral surface is 338 and the perimeter of the base is 13. Find the volume of a spherical wedge whose angle is 36° on a sphere of radius 6 cm. 8. 320 pi cm³ B. A. 23 pi D. 4. 7 B. The volume of a 10-cm high conical paper weight is 180 cm³. 12 cm C. A. 7. 350 pi cm³ C. 11 cm B. 26 C. 261500π C.

Find the lateral area. 2π r³/3 B.87 cm³ B. 32 cm² D. 3108. 2245. Find the volume of a pyramid having a pentagonal base with sides each equal to 12 cm and an apothem of 3 cm. 1800 1361. Find the empty space inside the box. The altitude of a parallelepiped is 20 and the base is a rhombus with diagonals 10 and 16. 11√3 1358. 2236. Find the volume of a cube whose total area is 384 cm². 22 cm² 1359. A. 65π C. 3107. 2265. 2880 cm³ D.46 cm² .43 cm² B. 512 cm³ 1357.88 cm³ D. 20π r³/27 1362.88 cm³ C. 42 cm² C. The volume of the frustum of a cone which is 25 cm high and whose base radii are 7. The lateral area of a right circular cone with a radius of 20 cm and a height of 30 cm is A. Find the total area of a tetrahedron 3 units on an edge. 9√3 C. 1500 B.45 cm² C. 212 cm³ B.63 cm² D.3180. Find the volume of the parallelepiped. 312 cm³ C. 85π 1360. 28√3 1364. 27√3 D. 3170. 1600 C.5 cm and 5 cm long respectively is A. 52 cm² B. A. A. 75π B. 2660 cm³ B.2253. The radii of the bases of the frustum of a right circular cone are 6 and 9 respectively and the altitude is 4. 412 cm³ D. 10√3 D. 26√3 C. Find its base area. 25√3 B. A sphere of radius r just fits into a cylindrical box. A. 95π D. A. The volume of a pyramid is 256 cm³ and its altitude is 24 cm.78 cm³ 1356.1355. A. Find the volume of the frustum of a regular triangular pyramid whose altitude is 3 and whose base edges are 4 and 8 respectively. 2990 cm³ 1363. A. 4π r³/9 D. 2770 cm³ C. A. 8√3 B. The altitude of the pyramid is 36 cm. 8π r³/9 C. 1700 D.

6 1366. 2770 1371. Find the volume of a spherical segment if the radii of the bases are 3 and 4 respectively and its altitude is 2. 1152 cm³ D.1365. 421. If its lateral area is 64.62 cm³ C. 384 B.33° B. Find the volume of the solid as shown. 426. A.43° C. 82. A. A.1146π/3cm³ D.73 . Find the volume of a spherical cone in a sphere of radius 17 cm if the radius of the zone is 8 cm. A. Find the volume of a triangular prism whose altitude is 20 cm and whose sides are 6 cm. find its altitude. 68. find its volume. Find the number of degrees on a dihedral angle of a regular tetrahedron. 83. 87. Find the volume of a regular square pyramid whose slant height is 10 and whose base edge is 12. 1142 cm³ C. A. 3 B.26 cm³ D.1136π/3 cm³C. 364 D. A. 1162 cm³ 1370.61 cm³ B. 2660 D.1156π/3 cm³ 1368. 83. 71. 2440 1372.1126π/3 cm³ B. 5 D.32 C. 354 1369. 69. A.66 cm³ C.63° 1367. 8 cm and 12 cm. 2330 B. 70.72 D.53° D. The base of a prism is a rectangle with sides 3 and 5. 374 C. A. The base of a prism is a rhombus whose sides are each 10 cm and whose shorter diagonal is 12 cm. If the altitude is 12 cm.27 B. 1132 cm³ B. 416. 461. 4 C.

1373. 7 C. A. 28. 8000π in³ D. What is the volume of the stone ? A.36 D. 41 pi 1380. 38 pi B.76 cm² D. 437. Find the lateral area of a right circular cone that can be inscribed in a cube whose volume is 64. 73675. Find its volume. 76367. 300√3 cm³ D.54 D. 180 1379. A. If the altitude of the parallelepiped is 4 cm. Find the lateral edge of a regular square pyramid whose slant height is 8 and whose base edge is 6. 40 pi D. 170 D. 26. 436. If the radius of a sphere is 8 and if a plane passes through the sphere at a distance of 5 from its center.1 B. 6000π in³ B. A.36 1376. 7.72 cm² C. 9 B.54 B.22.54 .1 C. 24. 100√3 cm³ B. 400√3 cm³ 1375.1 D. 6 1378.1 1381. The diagonal of a cube is 2√3. 160 C. 6. A. 39 pi C. 75567. 427. causing the water therein to rise 20 inches. 200√3 cm³ C. Find the lateral area of a pyramid whose altitude is 27 cm and whose base is a square 8 cm on a side. 77653. A stone is dropped into a circular tub 40 inches in diameter. 9000π in³ 1374. what is the area of the circle of intersection ? A. A. 8. find its volume . Find the volume of the largest cube that can be out from a circular log whose radius is 30.54 C.62 cm² B. A. A. 7000π in³ C. 150 B. Find the lateral area of the frustum of a regular square pyramid whose base edges are 6 and 12 and whose altitude is 4.63 cm² 1377.9.33 C. 8 D. 432.53 B. The base of a right parallelepiped is a rhombus whose sides are each 10 cm long and one of whose angles is 60 degrees.

596. 75π B. 6 C. 5 B. The volume of a right circular cone having a slant height of 13 and altitude 12 is A. 256π/3 B. 65π 1388. 79 pi B.72 B. 100π B. A. The volume of the frustum of a right circular cone is 78 pi. 21√2 B.29 in³ D.92 in³ C. What is the altitude of the frustum ? A. 7 D. What is the area of a sphere if a zone on it having an area of 18 and has an altitude of 2? A. 80 pi C. 9.64 B. 10. 544. 22√2 C. 14 and 16. A. Find the height of a pyramid whose volume is 35 and whose base is a triangle with sides 4. 564. what is the volume of the pyramid ? A. The upper base radius is 2 and the lower base radius is 5.1382. Find its lateral area. 95π D. 7 and 5.94 C. 252π/3 D. A. 199. 23√2 D.44 1383. 8 1384. If its altitude is 22. Find the volume of a sphere whose surface area is 64π. A spherical bowl of radius 8 inches contains water to a depth of 3 inches. 150π C. 250π 1385. Find the volume of the water in the bowl. A. 197. The radii of the bases of the frustum of a right circular cone are 6 and 9 respectively and its altitude is 4. 81 pi D. 192.72 C. 594. A. 24√2 1386. The base edges of a triangular pyramid are 12.69 D.72 D. 200π D. 179. 254π/3 C.72 1387. 82 pi 1390. 11. 250π/3 1389. 8.27 in³ . 85π C. Find the lateral area of a regular triangular pyramid whose base edge is 4 and its lateral edge is 6.72 in³ B.

A. 32 D. 77 D. Find the area of its base. cm.04 x³ D. A. What is the diameter of a sphere for which its volume is equal to its surface area ? A. 0. Find the slant height. Find the volume of the largest circular cylinder that can be inscribed in a cube whose volume is 64 cu.44 B. 34 cm² C. A. 82 C. 14π cm³ C. Find the lateral area of a right circular cone if its slant height is 22 and the circumference of its base is 8. The area of the base of a right circular cone is 144π .22 D. Find the edge of the cube. 15π cm³ D. 0. The lateral area of a regular pyramid is 2048 and the perimeter of the base is 128. 84 . 13π cm³ B. 66 C. 32 cm² B. A.33 C. 0. 3 cm B. 8 1394. A. A. 16π cm³ 1399. 83 D. 0. 6 C.03 x³ C. 31 cm² D. 4 cm D. 55 B.1391. Find the area of a cross section at a distance of 6 from the vertex. 5 B. 52 1395. 81 B. find its slant height. 42 B.05 x³ 1397. A.11 1396. 15. A. The altitude of a square pyramid is 10 and a side of the base is 15. 22 C. If its altitude is 14. 16. 18. 1 cm 1398. The area of a diagonal section of a cube is 4√2 cm². 2 cm C. 88 1393. 7 D.02 x³ B. 17. 33 cm² 1392. The volume of a pyramid is 256 cm³ and its altitude is 24 cm. Find the approximate change in the volume of a cube if each edge x of the cube is increased by one percent.

then how many kg of paint would be needed to paint the outer surface of the larger tank ? A. If the weight of the smaller ball is 250 pounds. Find the volume of a regular tetrahedron whose edges are each equal to 6. find the surface area of the sphere. 1076. 18√2 D. Find the volume of the spherical cone. 6750 lb C.8 kg of paint is required to paint the outer surface of the smaller tank. 120π C.5 kg 1407. A. what is the weight of the larger ball ? A. Find the perimeter of the base. The slant height of the cone is equal to the diameter of its base. The volume of the wedge is A.5 kg B.5 1403. 100π . 105π/3 cm³ D. If the altitude of the cone is 15. 34√3 π D.5 1406.5 B. 100π/3 cm³ 1405. 6957 lb B. 6570 lb 1401. 1/4 B.1400. 110π/3 cm³ C.5 B. The base of a prism is the triangle ABC with A = 35 degrees. 26. 32√3 π C. 1607. 6507 lb D. 19√2 1402. 1/2 C. 3/4 1404. 8. The lateral area of a regular pyramid is 514. A. 16√2 B. A wedge is cut from a circular tree whose diameter is 2 m by a horizontal plane up to the vertical axis and another cutting plane which is inclined at 45 degrees from the previous plane.28. 24.5 and the slant height is 42. 7. 6.6 D. 30√3 π B. Find the volume of a sphere that is circumscribed about a cube of edge 4. B = 68 degrees and c = 25. 110π D. The zone of a spherical cone has a altitude of 2 cm and a radius of 4 cm. The capacities of two hemispherical tanks are in the ratio 64:125. 22.6 C. 17√2 C. 1507. A. 115π/3 cm³ B. find the volume of the prism. A. If 4.5 D. 1705. 125π B. 9. A. A sphere is inscribed in a right circular cone. 36√3 π 1408. The diameter of one solid ball is 3 times the diameter of another ball of the same material. If the altitude of the prism is 10.5 kg D. A.5 C.5 kg C. 2/3 D.

5/9 D. 2171. The ratio of the volume of two spheres is 8:27. 27. 25.13 cm³ D. A. 7. 24. 8 cm 1411. A. Each edge of the upper base of the frustum of a regular quadrangular pyramid is 2 less than an edge of the lower base.5 C. 360 C. 24 and 26. If the altitude of the tetrahedron is 20. Find the area illuminated by a candle h meters from the surface of a ball r meters in radius.1409. A. 6 cm C. What is the ratio of their surface areas? A. 350 B. 1287 C. 7 cm D.5 D.5 C. 5 cm B. Find the edge of the lower base if the slant height is 10 and the total area is 160. 1827 B. 7/9 1417. Find the lateral area of a regular hexagonal pyramid whose lateral edges are each 13 cm and whose base has sides 10 cm each. 9.5 D. Find the length of each edge of the original cube. find the altitude of the pyramid. What is the volume of the cube if the number of cubic units in its volume is twice the number of square units in its total surface area ? A. (2πr²h) / (r-h) 1413. its volume is increased by 387 cu cm.5 B. 2/9 B. 6. A. find the area of a cross-section whose distance from the base is 15.The lateral area of a regular pyramid is 2048 and the perimeter of the base is 128. A. 4 C. 3 B. (2πr²h) / (r+h) D. A. 2327. 26. 2713. 2273.32 cm³ 1414.5 B.31 cm³ B. 4/9 C.5 1412. 1872 D. Find the volume of the frustum of a pyramid whose bases are regular hexagons with base edges 5 cm and 10 cm respectively and the altitude is 15 cm. (2πrh²) / (r-h) C. 1728 1415.5 1410. If its base is a regular octagon. A. 8. If the length of each edge of a cube is increased by 3 cm. 6 . (2πrh²) / (r+h) B. 370 D. The base of a tetrahedron is a triangle whose sides are 10.33 cm³ C. 380 1416. 5 D.

174. 3 1422. 16 D. 1. 1. . Find the total area. 1. 177. 4 B. Find the angle at which the slant height of the cone is inclined with the base. (√2π e³) / 24 D. 144. A. The volume of a rectangular parallelepiped is 162. 3 C. (√3π e³) / 24 B. Find the radius of the smaller sphere.7% B. What is the distance from the base of a section parallel to the base whose area is 9 ? A. 195 1424.4% 1420. If the ratio of the lateral area of the frustum of a cone to its volume is 15:28. 2 1426. The three dimensions are in the ratio 1:2:3. 147. The edge of a regular tetrahedron is 5.25° 1423. 4 D. If the diameter of a sphere is increased by 40 percent. 196 D. The base edge of a square pyramid is 3 m and its altitude is 10 m. A.4% C. find the altitude of the frustum if its base radii are 3 and 6 respectively. 198 B.44 m² D. A. 73. 5 C. (√3π e³) / 12 C. Find the area of a section parallel to the base and 6 m from it. Find the edge of a cube which has the same volume as the tetrahedron.53° D.15° C.4% D. A. 14 B. 17 1421. 71. 15 C.35° B.22 m² B.33 m² C. 70. 72. Find the volume of a solid formed by revolving an equilateral triangle with side e about an altitude. A. A. 197 C.55 m² 1425. The lateral area of a right circular cone is 3 times the area of its base. The radii of two spheres are in the ratio 3:4 and the sum of their surfaces is 2500.1418. 6 B. 5 D. (√2π e³) / 12 1419. by what percent is the volume increased ? A. 1. The area of the base of a pyramid is 25 and its altitude is 10.

A.1 C. 1/2 πrh² D. 50. A tank has the form of a cylinder of revolution whose diameter is 60 cm and whose height is 244 cm. 569 . 566 B. 1/3 πrh² 1428.35 B. 2.3 B. 567 C.2 D. Find the lateral area of the frustum formed. 1/2 πr²h B. The tank is in horizontal position and is filled with water to a depth of 46 cm. A right circular cone whose slant height is 18 cm and the circumference of whose base is 6 cm is cut by a plane parallel to the base such that the cone is cut off.3 1429. 2. 51. Find the volume of the segment of altitude h. 568 D. has a slant height of 4 cm. A. 49. The segment of a paraboloid of revolution( see figure ) is a solid in which every section parallel to the base is a circle the radius R of which is the mean proportional between the distance H from the vertex and the radius r of the base. A. 2. A. 48. 1/3 πr²h C.45 C.65 1427. Find the approximate number of liters of water in the tank. 2.55 D.

If arc ACB is a semicircle of diameter 18.1430. 423 pi C. 14871.21 B. πabh / 4 D. For the solid shown. every section perpendicular to the edge AB is a circle. Find the volume of the elliptic cone.57 ft² D. every section parallel to the base has an area Ay = Ay² / h² where y is the distance from the vertex to the section ( see figure ). 101. πabh / 3 B. 243pi . Find the total area of a regular hexagonal pyramid whose slant height is 5 ft and whose base is 4 ft. A. A solid gas a circular base of radius 20. 17845. 110. Find the volume of the solid if every section perpendicular to a certain diameter is an equilateral triangle. In a cone of altitude h and elliptic base A.12 D. 342 pi B. 105.15 ft² C. A. 15781. 432 pi D.71 ft² B.52 C. πabh / 5 1432.75 ft² 1433. 18475. A. πabh / 2 C.25 1431. 107. A. find the volume of the solid ( see figure ).

120 pi B.5 cm³ C. 7 cm C. If its volume is equal to the volume of a cube with diagonal d. 5 1437. 14283. find the volume of the frustum.12283. the upper base is a square of side x cm and its slant height is 12 cm. Find the volume of their common part. 5 cm 1440.13° 1435. If the area of the base of a regular hexagonal prism is 3√3 / 2 sq cm and the total area is a 45√3 sq cm. 15283. A rectangular prism has a width of 2 cm.7 cm³ D. 155 m³ 1441. If f(x) is an even function. B.13° C. 8 cm B. 6 cm D. 133 m³ C. intersect at right angles. then the integral of f(x)dx from x = -a to x = a is equal to zero.7 cm³ 1436. C. If the lower base is a square having a side of 8 cm. what is its total area ? A. A. a height of 4 cm and a length of 3√3 cm. A.1434. 13283. 31. 125 pi C. If the slant height is 30 cm and the radius of the smaller base is 5 cm. Find the vertical angle of the cone if the volume of the conical and spherical portions are equal.7 cm³ B. The axes of two right circular cylinders of equal radii 3 m long. find the volume of the prism. A.13° B. A. Any two integrals of a given function differ by a constant. A. 122 m³ B. A. 4 C. 53. 135 pi 1439. The slant height of the frustum of a right circular cone makes an angle of 60° with the larger base. 30. 54. 51. 21. If a cylinder has a lateral area of 88 pi and a volume of 176 pi. The key connection between the derivative and integral is known as the fundamental theorem of calculus. The integral of secnxdx where n is an odd integer requires integration by parts. find the value of x.5 cm³ B. D. 7 D. 130 pi D. . A solid consists of a hemisphere surmounted by a right circular cone. Which of the following statements is false ? A. 144 m³ D.5 cm³ 1438. The lateral area of the frustum of a regular pyramid is 336 sq cm. 20. 6 B.5 cm³ D. find the value of d. 52.7 cm³ C.13° D.

x4 1448. sin²(3x)dx C. let u = A. (lnx/x)dx B. ∫sin2xdx = sin2x + c C. -28/3 C. lncoshu + c D. -22/3 1451. For some constant k. Riemann B. (lnx)²dx 1443. xex – 1 + c C. -25/3 B. -20/3 D. [(x2k) / 2k] +c D. lnsechu + c . xex – x + c 1445. Which of the following is correct ? A. ex – x + c 1444. ∫cos2xdx = -sin2x + c B. [(xk+1)/(k+1)]+c C. Leibniz C. ∫excosxdx = exsinx + c 1449. Newton D.antidifferentiation D. ex(x-1) + c D. 1 + x4 D. To integrate ∫(xdx) / (1+x4) by the u-substitution method. x² C. Which of the following differentials must be integrated by parts ? A. (xk+1)/(k+1) B. involution B. Riemann D.1442. is called integration or A. A or B 1446. The mathematician who first give a modern definition of the definite integral is A. Archimedes C. Newton C. ∫sin3xdx = [(sin4x) / 4] + c D. exponentiation B. Who proved that the area under a parabolic arch is 2bh/3 where b is the width of the base of the arch and h is the height ? A. Evaluate ∫xexdx A. The antiderivative of tanhudu is A. Wallis B. x²cos(x³)dx D. Evaluate ∫1-1(x2 – 4) dx A. the antiderivative of xk is equal to A. lncothu + c 1450. lnsinhu + c B. 1 + x² B. Gauss 1447. The process of finding the function f(x) whose differential f'(x)dx is given. evolution C.

10/6 D. 13/6 C. an odd integer C. 2π2ab2 D.3763 C. an even integer B. If f(x) = x3 – 1and g(x) = x – 1. find the volume of the torus generated by revolving the area of the circle x2 + y2 = a2 about the line x = b where b > a. 2. The differential xnex^2dx is integrable if n is A. A.35 D. 14/6 1454. evaluate ∫10 [f(x) / g(x) ] dx. evaluate∫ 5-2 [f(x)+g(x)h(x)]dx. If ∫5-2 f(x)dx = 18.35 D. x = 1 and the x-axis. torus 1456. 2. 2. If the area bounded by y = x2 and y = 2 – x2 is revolved about the x-axis and a vertical rectangular element is taken. Find the area bounded by the curve y = e x . and ∫5-2 h(x)dx = -11.45 1455.25 C. 2. 2. 2. A. A.25 C. using the theorem of Pappus. 11/6 B. disk B. shell D. the element of volume generated is a A. A. washer or disk method C. ∫5-2 g(x)dx = 5. shell or washer method D.15 B. 2π ab2 C. 2π a2b B. 34 D. Find the length of the curve y = coshx from x = -1 to x = 1. 2π2a2b 1453. the volume of the solid formed may be found by using which of the following methods ? A. washer method only B. any whole number .6733 1459. 2.45 1458. Evaluate ∫2-1 (2x-(2/x)+(x/2) dx A.15 B. 2. A. any positive integer D. 2.3367 D. washer C. 33 C. 2.1452. shell or disk method 1460. the lines x = -1. 32 B. 2.3637 B. If the area bounded by the parabola y = x2 and the line y = x is revolved about the x-axis. 2. 35 1457.

(2x2 – 8)dx B. pi/6 1463. π/5 C. the x-axis and the line x = 1. B or C 1464.π/3 B. π/6 D. 1/3 1468. If a vertical element of area is used in finding the area bounded by the parabolas y = x2 – 7 and y = 1 – x2. -1 B. (6 – 2x2)dx C. 1/3 . ∫ (√1 + sinx)dx / (secx) C. 25/3 C. Evaluate ∫2π0∫ 10 rdrdθ A. π/9 C. x = 3. (2x2 – 6)dx D.1461. pi/3 D. then the elemental area dA = A. Find the area bounded by y = x2. The integral of e4lnx dx from x = 0 to x = 1 is A.Evaluate the integral of xsin(x2)dx from x = 0 to x = √π A. washer or circular ring B. π/4 C. circular disk D. ∫ (ln(x+1)dx) / (x+1) D. the x-axis and the lines x = 1. none of A. ∫ (x2 √x2 + 4 ) dx 1465. then x is equal to A. (8 – 2x2)dx C. ¼ D. 0 C. -1/2 D. 2π/3 1466. If ∫x0 sin2ycos2ydy = ¼. the element of volume generated is a A. If the area bounded by the ellipse 9x2 + 4y2 = 36 is revolved about the line 2x + y = 8 and a horizontal rectangular element is taken. 1/5 1469. pi/2 B. the area bounded by y = x3. ∫ (dx) / x2 (1 + (2/x))3 B. 3π/4 B. cylindrical shell C. 20/3 1467. pi/4 1462. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving about the x-axis. 23/3 D. 26/3 B. π/7 D. A. A. ½ B. Which of the following cannot be evaluated by the power rule formula ? A.

½ tan2 x + c B. Evaluate ∫10 2x 3x dx A.¼ sin2x + c 1473. A or C 1471.719 C. A or B A. To integrate ∫ x2 ex dx by parts. 2.1470.197 D. x B. ½ x . ½ sec2 x + c D. 2. xex 1472. it is wise to choose u = A. 2. Evaluate ∫ sec2xtanx dx A.971 B. 1/3 sec3 x + c C. ex D. 1/2(x-sinxcosx) + c B.791 . Evaluate ∫sin2 xdx C. 1/3sin3 x + c D. x2 C. 2.