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- 2.Functions
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1) Six countries in a certain region sent a total of 75 representatives to an international congress, and no two countries sent the same number of representatives. Of the six countries, if Countr ! sent the second greatest number of representatives, did Countr ! send at least 1" representatives# $1) One of the six countries sent %1 representatives to the congress $&) Countr ! sent fewer than 1& representatives to the congress &) 'n a certain ear the (nited )ations* total expenditures were +1.,billion. Of this amount, ,7.- percent was paid b the , highest.contributing countries, and the balance was paid b the remaining 15/ countries. 0as Countr 1 among the , highest.contributing countries# 1) 5, percent of the total expenditures was paid b the % highest.contributing countries, each of which paid more than Countr 1. &) Countr 1 paid %.- percent of the total expenditures. /) Store S sold a total of 2" copies of a certain boo3 during the seven da s of last wee3, and it sold different numbers of copies on an two of the da s. 'f for the seven da s Store S sold the greatest number of copies on Saturda and the second greatest number of copies on 4rida , did Store S sell more than 11 copies on 4rida # $1) 5ast wee3 Store S sold - copies of the boo3 on 6hursda . $&) 5ast wee3 Store S sold /- copies of the boo3 on Saturda . %) 'n a class of /" students, & students borrowed no boo3s, 1& students borrowed 1 boo3 each, 1" students borrowed & boo3s each and rest of the students borrowed at least / boo3s. 'f the average $arithmetic mean) number of boo3s borrowed per student was &. then what is the maximum number of boo3s that an single student could borrowed# a. / b. 5 c. d. 1/ e. 15

5) User-friendly 56% Fast response time 48% Bargain prices 42% The table gi es three factors to be considered !hen choosing an "nternet ser ice pro ider and the percent of the #$2%% respondents to a s&r ey !ho cited that factor as important' "f (% percent of the respondents cited both )&ser-friendly* and )fast response time*$ !hat is the ma+im&m possible n&mber of respondents !ho cited )bargain prices$* b&t neither

)&ser-friendly* nor )fast response time,* -' (#2 B' ((6 .' (6% /' (84 0' 42% 6)

7) ! set of 15 different integers has a median of &5 and a range of &5. 0hat is the greatest possible integer that could be in this set# !) /& 7) /7 C) %" 8) %/ 9) 5" -) :enr purchased / items during a sale. :e received a &" percent discount of the regular price of the most expensive item and a 1" percent discount off the regular price of the other & items. 0as the total amount of the / discounts greater than 15 percent of the

sum of regular prices of the / items# 1) 6he regular price of the most expensive item was +5", and the regular price of the next most expensive item was +&". &) 6he regular price of the least expensive item was +15 2) 'f the average $arithmetic mean) of 5 positive temperatures is x degrees 4ahrenheit, then the sum of the / greatest of these temperatures, in degrees 4ahrenheit, could be $!) ,x $7) %x $C) /5x $8) &/x $9) 5/x 1") 6he numbers of boo3s read b 7 students last ear were 1", 5, p, ;, r, &2, and &". 0hat was the range of numbers of boo3s read b the 7 students last ear# $1) 5 < p < ; $&) = < r < 15 11) 'f "<r<1 and 1<s<& which >(S6 be less than 1# 1) ?@S &) ?S /) S.? 1&) ! certain cit with a population of 1/&,""" is to be divided into 11 voting districts, and no district is to have a population that is more than 1" percent greater than the population of an other district. 0hat is the minimum possible population that the least populated district could be# a) 1",7"" b) 1",-"" c) 1",2"" d) 11,""" e) 11,1""

#() Fi e pieces of !ood ha e an a erage arithmatic mean length of #24 cms and a median length of #4% cms'1hat can be the ma+im&m possible length in cms of the shortest piece of !ood, a'2% b'#%% c'##% d'#(% e'#4%

1%) ') ! C5!SS O4 /O S6(89)6S, & S6(89)6S 8'8 )O6 7O??O0 !)A 7OOBS 4?O> 6:9 5'7?!?A, 1& S6(89)6S 9!C: 7O??O098 1 7OOB, 1" S6(89)6S 9!C: 7O??O098 & 7OOBS, !)8 6:9 ?9S6 O4 6:9 S6(89)6S 9!C: 7O??O098 !6 59!S6 / 7OOBS. '4 6:9 !C9?!D9 )(>79? O4 7OOBS 7O??O098 =9? S6(89)6 0!S &, 0:!6 'S 6:9 >!1'>(> )(>79? O4 7OOBS 6:!6 !)A S')D59 S6(89)6 CO(58 :!C9 7O??O098# 15) 'f each term in the sum !subscript1 E !subscipt& E ... E !subscript) is either 7 or 77 and the sume e;uals /5" which of the following could be the value of )

//2 %" %1 %& 1,) for a certain race, / teams were allowed to enter / members each. ! team earned ,.n points whenever one of its members finished in the nth place, where 1<Fn<F5. 6here were no ties, dis;ualifications or withdrawals. if no team earned more than , points, what is the least possible score a team could have earned. a) " b) 1 c) & d) / d) % 17) a certain meter records voltage between " and 1" volts, inclusive. if the average value of / recordings from the meter was - volts, what was the smallest possible recording in volts# !) & 7) / C) % 8) 5 9) , 1-) ! club with a total membership of /" has formed / committees, >, S, and ?, which have -, 1&, and 5 members, respectivel . 'f no member of committee > is on either of the other & committees, what is the greatest possible number of members in the club who are on none of the committees# !ns. . !) 5G 7) 7G C) -G 8) 1"G 9) 1& 12) Six countries in a certain region sent a total of 75 representatives to an international congress, and no two countries sent the same number of representatives. Of the six countries, if Countr ! sent the second greatest number of representatives, did Countr ! send at least 1" representatives# $1) One of the six countries sent %1 representatives to the congress $&) Countr ! sent fewer than 1& representatives to the congress &") 'n a certain ear the (nited )ations* total expenditures were +1.,billion. Of this amount, ,7.- percent was paid b the , highest.contributing countries, and the balance was paid b the remaining 15/ countries. 0as Countr 1 among the , highest.contributing countries# 1) 5, percent of the total expenditures was paid b the % highest.contributing countries, each of which paid more than Countr 1. &) Countr 1 paid %.- percent of the total expenditures. &1) Store S sold a total of 2" copies of a certain boo3 during the seven da s of last wee3, and it sold different numbers of copies on an two of the da s. 'f for the seven da s Store S sold the greatest number of copies on Saturda and the second greatest

number of copies on 4rida , did Store S sell more than 11 copies on 4rida # $1) 5ast wee3 Store S sold - copies of the boo3 on 6hursda . $&) 5ast wee3 Store S sold /- copies of the boo3 on Saturda . &&) 'n a class of /" students, & students borrowed no boo3s, 1& students borrowed 1 boo3 each, 1" students borrowed & boo3s each and rest of the students borrowed at least / boo3s. 'f the average $arithmetic mean) number of boo3s borrowed per student was &. then what is the maximum number of boo3s that an single student could borrowed# a. / b. 5 c. d. 1/ e. 15 &/) 5ast month 15 homes were sold in 6own 1. 6he avg. sale price of the homes was H15",""" and the median sale price was +1/",""". 0hich of the following statements must be true# '. !t least one of the homes was sold for more than +1,5,""". ''. !t least one of the homes was sold for more than +1/","""" and less than +15",""" '''. !t least one of the homes was sold for less than +1/",""". a) ' onl b) '' onl c) ''' onl d) ' and '' e) ' and ''' &%) 'f a ;ualit control chec3 is made b inspecting a sample of & light bulbs from a box of 1& light bulbs, how man different samples can be chosen# a) , b) &% c) /, d) ,, e) 7& &5) 'n a village of hundred households , 75 have at least one 8C8 pla er, -" have at least one cell phone ,and 55 have at least one >=/ pla er. 9ver village has at least one of these three devices.'f 1 and A are respectivel the greatest and the lowest possible number of households that have all the three of these devices, 1.A is I ! ) ,5 7 ) 55 C ) %5 8) /5 9) &5 &,) 0hen &@/ of the garments in a shipment were inspected, 1- of the garments passed inspection and the remaining & garments failed. :ow man of the uninspected garments must pass inspection in order that 2"H of the garments in the shipment pass# !. 1" 7. 2 C. -

8. 7 9. 5 &7) 6his prob essentiall said that if ? is the range of height in group ! and D is the max height in group !. !nd if S is the range of height in group 7 and : is the max height in group 7. 0ould the shortest person in group ! be taller than the shortest person in group 7. 1) ?<S &) DJ: &-) Kerome wrote each of the integers 1 through &", inclusive, on a separate index card. he placed the cards in a box, then drew cards one at a time randoml from the box, without returning the cards he had alread drawn to the box. 'n order to ensure that the sum of all the cards he drew was even, how man cards did Lerome have to draw# a 12 b 1& c 11 d 1" e/ &2) 4ive pieces of wood have an average arithmatic mean length of 1&% cms and a median length of 1%" cms.0hat can be the maximum possible length in cms of the shortest piece of wood# a.2" b.1"" c.11" d.1/" e.1%" /") 'n a class of /" students, & students did not borrow an boo3s from the librar , 1& students each borrowed 1 boo3, 1" students each borrowed & boo3s, and the rest borrowed at least / boo3s. 'f the average number of boo3s per student was &, what is the maximum number of boo3s an single student could have borrowed# !. / 7. 5 C. 8. 1/ 9. 15

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