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- Chemistry Unit 6B Strategy
- Mathematics 1991 Paper 2
- HKCEE Math 1990 Paper 1
- HKCEE Economics Multiple Choice
- Chemistry Jan2012 unit-1 QP
- Mathematics 1993 Paper 2
- HKCEE Math 1992 Paper 2
- Coordinate geometry_Q.pdf
- Inequalities & linear programming_Q.pdf
- HKCEE Maths 2000 paper 1
- HKCEE maths 2001 paper 1
- HKCEE maths 2002 paper 1
- econ 1.1
- econ 1.2
- Plane geometry + Coordinate geometry_Q
- Textbook_Ch1_answers (Probability and Statistical Inference 8e)
- HW 3 (Suggested Sol)
- HW 2 (Suggested Sol)
- HW 1 (Suggested Sol)

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1990P1Q14

1991P1Q12

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1993P1Q10

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1997P1Q15

1999P1Q17

2001P1Q14

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2003P1Q15

2004P1Q15

2009P1Q15 In a city, the taxi fare is charged according to the following table: Distance travelled The first 2 km (under 2 km will be counted as 2 km) Every 0.2 km thereafter (under 0.2 km will be counted as 0.2 km) Assume that there are no other extra fares. (a) A hired taxi in the city travels a distance of x km, where x 2 . (i) (ii) Suppose that x is a multiple of 0.2. Prove that the taxi fare is $(6 + 12x). Suppose that x is not a multiple of 0.2. Is the taxi fare $(6 + 12x)? Explain your answer. (2 marks) (b) (c) If a hired taxi in the city travels a distance of 3.1 km, find the taxi fare. (3 marks) Taxi fare $ 3.0 $ 2.4

In the city, a taxi is hired for 99 journeys. The 1st journey covers a distance of 3.1 km. Starting from the 2nd journey, the distance covered by each journey is 0.5 km longer than that covered by the previous journey. The taxi driver claims that the total taxi fare will not exceed $33000. Is the claim correct? Explain your answer. (6 marks)

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- Coordinate geometry_Q.pdfUploaded byPeter Chan
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