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1.

(A)

2.

3.

(A) 49 + 20

(B) 52 + 66

(C) 49 20

(D) 52 66

2

3

4

5

7

93

5

(B) 9

6

35

(C) 9

12

35

(A) 80% (B) 85% (C) 125%

(D) 9

29

35

(D) 152%

(A) 0.17004103

(B) 1.7004102

(C) 17.004101

(D) 1.700410-1

represents

(A) P

(B) ( P Q)

(C) Q P

(D) Q P

n(Q) =5 and n P Q 3 . What is nP Q?

(A) 6 (B) 9 (C) 15 (D) 18

Item 13 refers to the following diagram

4.

is

(A)

5

24

(B)

8

24

(C)

15

24

(D)

19

24

5.

60% of the class. 25% of the girls wear glasses.

How many girls in the class wear glasses?

(A) 6 (B) 8 (C) 10 (D) 15

6.

difference between the largest and the smallest

share is

(A) $80 (B) $240 (C) $280 (D) $360

7.

are

(A) 0,1,2

(B) 3,4,6

(C) 6,8,12

(D) 12,24,36

8.

90}?

(A) 9 (B) 18 (C) 90 (D) 1080

9.

(A) 3 102 + 1

(B) 3 103 + 1

(C) 3 102 + 1

(D) 3 103 + 1

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If P = {factors of 6} and Q = {factors of 4}, then

the shaded region represents

(A) { }

(B) {1,2}

(C) {4,6,8}

(D) {12,24,36}

14. U = {integers}

P = {Positive integers}

N = {Negative integers}

Which of the Venn diagrams below illustrates

the statement

No positive integers are negative integers

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

15. If p sweets are sold for q cents, then one sweet is

sold for

p

cents

q

q

(C)

cents

p

(A)

16. 3

(B) pq cents

(D) (q - p) cents

1

of $5.00 is

4

(A) $1.62

(C) $16.00

(B) $15.52

(D) $16.25

pay a sales tax of 10% on the price. How much

change would she receive from $140?

(A) $ 8.00

(B) $12.00

(C) $28.00

(D) $32.00

18. $600 invested at simple interest for 2 years earns

$96. What is the rate of interest per annum?

(A)

1

1

1

% (B) 3 % (C) 8% (D 12 %

8

8

2

charged at the rate of $0.70 per $100 value. What

is the total amount of tax paid for the land?

(A) $110.00

(B) $126.00

(C) $180.70

(D) $257.15

20. A customer buys a table on hire purchase. He

makes a deposit of $306 and pays 6 monthly

instalments of $60 each. The total cost to the

customer is

(A) $360

(B) $366

(C) $666

(C) $966

21. Mary invested $200 for 3 years at 5% per

annum. John $300 at the same rate. If they both

received the same amount of money in simple

interest, for how many years did John invest his

money?

(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 10

22. A company employs 12 gardeners each at $26

per day, and 8 clerks each at $17 per day. What

is the mean daily wage, in dollars, of the 20

employees?

(A) $20.00

(B) $21.50

(C) $22.40

(D) $31.50

23. If 2(y 4) = 16, then y =

(A) 4 (B) 6 (C) 10

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(D) 12

x ax b x2 (a b) x ab

(x + 3) (x 1) is

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 2x (D) 4x

25. The expression 2(x 4) is the same as

(A) -2x 8

(B) -2x 4

(C) -2x + 4

(D) -2x + 8

26. If m * n mn n 2 then 5 * 3

(A) 6

(B) 3

(C) 15 (D) 6

(A) 0.015 (B) 0.15 (C) 1.5 (D) 15.0

28. Given 2x + 3 9, the range of values of x is

(A) x > 3

(B) x 3

(C) x > 6

(D) x 6

29. When 6 is added to a number and the sum

divided by three, the result is 4. this statement

written in mathematical symbols is

6 x

4

3

6 x 4

(C)

3

3

(A)

6

x4

3

x

(D) 6 4

3

(B)

Max gives Tom 5 of his marbles. How many

marbles does Max now have?

(A) x + 5

(B) x 5

(C) 2x + 5

(D) 2x 5

31. The sides of a triangle are x cm, (x 1) cm and

(x + 2) cm. if the perimeter is 31 cm, then the

shortest side is

(A) 9

(B) 10

(C) 11

(D) 12

32. The mass, in kg, of a bag of rice is given as 10.6

kg correct to 1 decimal place. The range of

values in which the actual mass lies is

(A) 10.5< m <10.7

(B) 10.55< m <10.64

(C) 10.59< m <10.69

(D) 10.55< m <10.65

33. The diagram below shows a cylinder with

diameter 6cm and height 20cm.

to 1 (3 4)5 square units ?

2

(A) 180 (B) 240 (C) 360 (D) 720

34. The distance around the edge of a circular pond

is 88m. The radius in metres is

(A) 176

(B) 88 (C)

88

(D)

88

2

72 and OB is r units long. The area of AOB is

(A)

1

2

1

2

r (B r (C) r 2 (D) r 2

5

5

5

5

destination in the same time zone at 04:00hrs on

the following day. How many hours did the

journey take?

(A) 5

(B) 5

3

4

(C) 6

Item 36 refers to the following diagram.

(D) 6

1

4

obtained by students in a test

radius 10 cm and angle AOB is 36. What is the

length, in cm, of arc AB?

(A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 20 (D) 24

37. The circumference of a circle is 132 cm. Given

22

, the radius of the circle is

7

(A) 42 (B) 21 (C) 42 (D) 21

that =

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Scores

2

3

5

Students 8

4

6

The range of the scores is

(A) 2

(B) 7

(C) 8

(D) 10

6

3

8

9

10

2

Items 41 42 refer to the diagram below showing the

number of persons who listen to Radio Stations A, B,

C, and D during the week.

720 students. How many students play cricket?

(A) 180 (B) 120 (C) 252 (D) 300

41. Which two stations together have more than

1500 listeners during the week?

(A) A and B

(B) A and D

(C) C and D

(D) B and D

42. Which station had as many listeners during the

week as the mean number of listeners for the

four stations during the week?

(A) Station B

(B) Station A

(C) Station C

(D) Station D

Item 43 refers to the following scores below

10

15

4

7

8

8

1

4

43. The median of the eight scores presented above

is

(A) 4

(B) 7.25

(C) 7.5

(D) 8

of a straight line?

4

x

(A) y = 2x + 3

(B) y =

(C) y = x2 4

(D) y = x2 + 2x 5

(A) (0, 3)

(B) (0, 2)

(C) (3, -2)

(D) (0, -2)

48. Which arrow diagram below shows the relation

is three less than?

I.

{1,2,6}

II.

{2,4,6}

III. {1,2,5,6,7}

IV. {10,11,12,13,14}

For which set(s) of numbers are the mean and the

median the same?

(A) I only

(B) II and IV only

(C) I, II, and, III only

(D) II, III, and IV only

y = 2x 3?

(A) (2,3) (B) (-2,-1) (C) (4,1) (D) (0,-3)

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Item 50 refers to the following diagram

sailed 6 km due north to C. Which diagram

below best represents the path of the ship?

are constants and a > 0, the equation of the graph

could be

(A) y ax2 c

(B) y c ax2

(C) y ax2 bx c

(D) y c bx ax2

Item 51 below shows that the coordinate axes

divide the xy-plane into 4 quadrants.

(A) x > 0 and y > 0

(B) x < 0 and y > 0

(C) x < 0 and y < 0

(D) x > 0 and y < 0

Item 52 refers to the diagram below

the point C. The coordinates of A the image of

A are

(A) (1,1)

(B) (1,2)

(C) (1,4)

(D) (2,2)

Item 56 refers to the diagram below

(A) 58 (B) 122 (C) 142 (D) 302

Item 53 refers to the cuboid below.

cuboid, written as an ordered triple of numbers is

(A) (6,6,6)

(B) (6,8,8)

(C) (6,12,8)

(D) (6,12,12)

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(A) 40

(B) 50

(C) 140

(D) 180

Item 57 refers to the diagram below.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

a

b

b

c

a

c

b

a

A boy stands 12 meters from the foot of the

building and observes the angle of elevation of

the top of the building.

3

5

3

(B)

4

4

(C)

5

5

(D)

3

(A)

(A) 12 tan40

(B) 1.6 + 12 sin 40

(C) 1.6 + 12 cos 40

(D) 1.6 + 12 tan 40

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AD = BD = CD. The angle ABC is

(A) 40

(B) 50

(C) 80

(D) 90

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