This version is for Division I Schools

DIVISION I COMPREHENSIVE EXAM
2001 ALABAMA STATE-WIDE MATHEMATICS CONTEST Construction of this test directed by Laurie Edler, Jacksonville State University

INSTRUCTIONS This test consists of 50 multiple choice questions. For each question, choose the best of the five answer choices labeled A, B, C, D, and E. The test will be scored as follows: 5 points for each correct answer, 1 point for each question left unanswered, and 0 points for each wrong answer. (Thus a “perfect paper” with all questions answered correctly earns a score of 250, a blank paper earns a score of 50, and a paper with all questions answered incorrectly earns a score of 0.) Random guessing will not, on average, either increase or decrease your score. However, if you can eliminate one or more of the answer choices as wrong, then it is to your advantage to guess among the remaining choices. The questions have not necessarily been arranged in order of difficulty. All variables and constants represent real numbers, except when a particular problem indicates otherwise. We use the following geometric notation: If A and B are points, then: AB is the segment between A and B ↔ AB is the line containing A and B → AB is the ray from A through B AB is the distance between A and B If A is an angle, then: m A is the measure of angle A in degrees If A and B are points on a circle, then: AB is the arc between A and B m AB is the measure of AB in degrees Diagrams are not necessarily to scale.

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choose the best of the five answer choices labeled A. Editing by Jimmy Nanney. & Robert Underwood. We use the following geometric notation: If A and B are points. (Thus a “perfect paper” with all questions answered correctly earns a score of 250. However. Auburn University Montgomery Printing by Troy State University .) Random guessing will not. The questions have not necessarily been arranged in order of difficulty. Jacksonville State University INSTRUCTIONS This test consists of 50 multiple choice questions. and a paper with all questions answered incorrectly earns a score of 0. C. on average. then: AB is the arc between A and B m AB is the measure of AB in degrees Diagrams are not necessarily to scale. and E. Pantelimon Stanica. B. For each question. then: AB is the segment between A and B ↔ AB is the line containing A and B → AB is the ray from A through B AB is the distance between A and B If A is an angle. 1 point for each question left unanswered. if you can eliminate one or more of the answer choices as wrong. either increase or decrease your score. except when a particular problem indicates otherwise. a blank paper earns a score of 50. then: m A is the measure of angle A in degrees If A and B are points on a circle.This version is for Division II Schools DIVISION II COMPREHENSIVE EXAM 2001 ALABAMA STATE-WIDE MATHEMATICS CONTEST Construction of this test directed by Laurie Edler. All variables and constants represent real numbers. William Nowell. and 0 points for each wrong answer. D. The test will be scored as follows: 5 points for each correct answer. then it is to your advantage to guess among the remaining choices. Auburn University Montgomery Typesetting by William Nowell.

and a paper with all questions answered incorrectly earns a score of 0. All variables and constants represent real numbers. However. We use the following geometric notation: If A and B are points. Auburn University Montgomery Typesetting by William Nowell. & Robert Underwood. B. Auburn University Montgomery Printing by Troy State University . C. if you can eliminate one or more of the answer choices as wrong. then: m A is the measure of angle A in degrees If A and B are points on a circle. Editing by Jimmy Nanney. and 0 points for each wrong answer. then it is to your advantage to guess among the remaining choices. Jacksonville State University INSTRUCTIONS This test consists of 50 multiple choice questions. except when a particular problem indicates otherwise. For each question. The test will be scored as follows: 5 points for each correct answer. (Thus a “perfect paper” with all questions answered correctly earns a score of 250. and E. then: AB is the segment between A and B ↔ AB is the line containing A and B → AB is the ray from A through B AB is the distance between A and B If A is an angle. a blank paper earns a score of 50. 1 point for each question left unanswered. then: AB is the arc between A and B m AB is the measure of AB in degrees Diagrams are not necessarily to scale.This version is for Division III Schools DIVISION III COMPREHENSIVE EXAM 2001 ALABAMA STATE-WIDE MATHEMATICS CONTEST Construction of this test directed by Laurie Edler.) Random guessing will not. William Nowell. The questions have not necessarily been arranged in order of difficulty. choose the best of the five answer choices labeled A. D. either increase or decrease your score. on average. Pantelimon Stanica.

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