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1. If

are in geometric progression, the fourth term is:

2. In a given arithmetic sequence the first term is , the last term is , and the sum of all

the terms is

. The common difference is:

3. What is the sixth term of the arithmetic sequence whose 31st and 73rd terms are 18 and

46, respectively?

4. If five geometric means are inserted between 8 and 5832, find the fifth term in the

geometric sequence thus formed by the seven numbers.

5. The sum of the first three terms of a geometric sequence of positive integers is equal to

seven times the first term, and the sum of the first four terms is 45. What is the first term

of the sequence?

6. Find the sum of the infinite series 1 1/2 + 1/4 1/8 + .

7. Find x so that the sequence 42 - 1, 2x + 2, and 22 - 3 is an arithmetic progression.

8. If the arithmetic mean of two numbers is

two numbers as roots is:

9. Given a geometric progression of five terms, each a positive integer less than

. The

sum of the five terms is

. If is the sum of those terms in the progression which are

squares of integers, then is:

10.

General Mathematics

1. If varies directly as , and if

when

, the value of

2. Given

and

, find the value of

when

is:

3.

4.

5.

6.

If

and

, the numerical value of

is:

The number of real values of x satisfying the equation 2^{2x^2 - 7x + 5} = 1 is:

The sum of the reciprocals of the roots of the equation

is:

Given that the ratio of

to

is constant, and

when

, then,

when

, equals:

7. If three of the roots of

are , , and then the value of

is:

8. A straight line passing through the point

is perpendicular to the line

Its equation is:

is:

10.

Points

and are on line segment

, and both points are on the same side of

the midpoint of

. Point divides

in the ratio

and divides

in the

ratio

. If

, then the length of segment

is

11.

If two factors of

are

and

, the value of

is

Combination/Permutation

1. In a soccer league consisting of twelve sides, each team plays every other team once.

How many matches are there?

2. A club has 14 members. It has to send a delegation of 5 members to represent them at a

particular event. Find the number of possible delegations.

3. At the library, Ina found 6 books of interest but he can only borrow 4 books. How many

possible selections can he make?

4. The second section of Mathematics paper contains 7 questions and a candidate must

answer any 4 questions. In how many ways can the 4 questions be chosen (without

regard

to order)?

5. On a piece of paper, 8 points are marked such that no 3 points lie on the same straight

line. How many lines can be drawn passing through any 2 of these points?

6. Seven points lie on a circle. How many triangles can be drawn using any 3 of these

points

as vertices?

7. A group of 4 adults and 3 children are to be formed from 8 adults and 5 children. How

many possible groups are there?

8. To promote reading, a teacher decides to feature 3 classics, 4 contemporary novels and 2

non-fiction books on a notice board. How many selections can she make from 5 classics,

6

contemporary novels and 4 non-fiction books?

9. Five counterfeit coins are mixed with nine authentic coins. If two coins are drawn at

random, the probability that one is good and one is counterfeit is

10.

Circles

1. A circle is inscribed in a triangle with side lengths

, and . Let the segments of the

side of length , made by a point of tangency, be and , with

. What is the

ratio

?

2.

is the diameter of a circle centered at .

is a point on the circle such that

angle

is

. If the diameter of the circle is inches, the length of chord

,

expressed in inches, is:

3. The length of the common chord of two intersecting circles is

feet. If the radii are

feet and

feet, a possible value for the distance between the centers of the circles,

expressed in feet, is:

4. Two parallel chords in a circle have lengths

and , and the distance between them

is . The chord parallel to these chords and midway between them is of length

where is

5. Circle I is circumscribed about a given square and circle II is inscribed in the given

square. If is the ratio of the area of circle I to that of circle II, then equals:

6. If an arc of

on circle has the same length as an arc of

on circle

, the ratio of

the area of circle to that of circle

is:

7. Points

, and lie on the circle shown and the measures of arcs

and

respectively. The sum of the measures of angles

and is

and

are

8.

Quadrilateral

sides

and

, a diameter of length . If

each have length , then side

has length

9.

Chords

and

in the circle above intersect at E and are perpendicular to each

other. If segments

, and

have measures

, and respectively, then the

length of the diameter of the circle is

10. A chord which is the perpendicular bisector of a radius of length 12 in a circle, has

length

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