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3rd Preparatory

Questions
Solving two equation of the first degree in two variables graphically
(1) Find graphically in R x R the S.S of each pair of the following equations
1) X + y = 4

x–y=2

2) 3x + y = 5

y + 3x = 8

3) Y = –3

x–y=

(2) Find algebraically in R × R the S.S of the following equations by
substituting method
1) Y = x – 1

y+2x=5

2) X – 3 y = 6

2x + y = 5

3) X + 2 y = 1

2x + 4y = –6

(3) Find algebraically in R x R the S.S the following functions using the
omitting method
1) X + y = 4

x–y=2

2) X + 3y = 2

3x + 4y = 6

3) 2y – 3x = 7

3y + 2x = 4

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.t lines y = x x + 2 = 0 is ……………. 3x + y = 10 in R x R is …………… 9) If there are infinite numbers of solutions of the two equations x + 4y = 7 . 4) If the two s. 8) The S. 5) If there is only one solution for the two equations x + 2 y = 1 . x – y ) then ( x . 3x + ky = 21 then k = ……………. 10) If ( x + y . 2x – 2y = 4 are ………….. y ) = …………… Second term Net Revision 2 .S of the two equations x – 2y = 1 .S of two equations x + y = 0 . 7) The two s.S of the two equations which are represented by the two s.t lines representing the two equations x – y = 2 ..t lines which represent the two equation x + 3 y = 4 .t lines x + 3 = 0 y – 5 = 0 lines in the …………… quadrant 3) The S. x + a y = 7 are parallel then a = ……………. 2) The point of intersection of the two s.3 ) = ( 5 .3rd Preparatory 4) Complete:1) If L1 L2 = then the S.t lines L1 & L2 are ……………. 2x + ky = 2 then k can’t equal ………………… 6) The point of intersection of the two s. y – 5 = 0 in R x R is …………….

5) A two digit number the sum of its digits is 11 if the two digits are reversed them the resulted number is 27 more than the origin number what is the original number. 3) If twice the number of girls in a school is more than the number of boys by 50 and three times the number of girls is less than twice the number of boys by 50 years find the number of boys and girls.3rd Preparatory (5) Applications on solving two equations of first degree in two variables 1) The sum of two integers is 54. 4) Two complementary angels three times the measure of one of them is more than half the measure of the other by 18º find the measure of each of them. twice t first number equals the second number find the two numbers. 2) A rectangle is with length more than its width by 4 cm if the perimeter of the rectangle is 28 cm find the area of the rectangle. 6) If the sum of the ages of Ahmed and Osama now is 43 years and after 5 years the difference between both ages will be 3 years the difference between both ages will be 3 years find the age of each of them now. Second term Net Revision 3 .

The S.3rd Preparatory Solving an equation of second degree in one unknown graphically and algebraically (6) (1) Graph the function where f ( x ) = x2 – 4x + 3 on the interval [ -1 . 5 ] then find 1. 5 ] and from graph find: 1) The vertex point of the curve 2) The equation of axis of symmetry 3) The maximum or minimum value of the function 4) The S. 1) x2 – 2x – 4 = 0 approximating to the nearest tenth 2) 2 x2 – 4x + 1 = 0 rounding the result to three decimal digits 3) x2 + 8x + 9 = 0 4) 2 x2 – 4x + 1 = 0 5) x ( x – 1 ) = 4 6) x + = 6 (~ 1 /10 ) Second term Net Revision 4 .S of equation 6x – x2 – 9 = 0 (7) Find in R the S.S using the general formula.The maximum or the minimum value of the function 2.S of the equation x2 – 4x + 3 = 0 (2) Draw graphically the function f : f ( x ) = 6x – x2 – 9 in the interval [ 0 .

X – y = 2 ( x – 2 ) 2 + y2 = 32 (9) Complete:1.The S..X – y = 10 x2 – 4x y + y2 = 52 8. 4.X = y ..If x2 – y2 = 12 . x2 + y2 = 2 in R × R is ……….If x2 + x y = 15 .S of two equations x = 1 .Y + 2x = 0 6 x2 – y2 = 72 3.X – y – 2 = 0 x2 – y2 = 0 5.Y – x = 2 x2 + x y – 4 = 0 7.3rd Preparatory Solving two equations in two variables one of them is of the first degree and the other of second degree (8) Find in R × R S.X + y = 3 xy–2=0 6. x y = 9 in R × R is ………… Second term Net Revision 5 .Y = 2x – 1 x2 + y2 = 13 4.If y = 1 – x ( x + y ) 2 + y = 5 then y = …… 5.S of two equations x – y = 0 . x + y = 4 then x – y = …………..The S. 2. 3.S of equations 1. x2 + y2 = 2 2. x + y = 5 then x = …………….

The domain of the algebraic fractional function is R – the set of ………..The common domain of two functions n1.If the function f : f (x) = 5.The sum of two integers is 9 and the sum of their squares equals 101find the two numbers 2. 5 } then a = ……… and the set of zeroes of the function is { 2 } then L = ……… then f (2) = ………….If f (x) = has a domain R – { – 5 .The domain of the function f : f (x) = ( ) is ………… 3 .A length of a rectangle is 3 cm more than its width and its area is 28 cm2 find its perimeter 3. 2. n2 (x) = x + 6 is ………….3rd Preparatory (10) 1. (11) Complete:1. n2 where n1 . Second term Net Revision 6 . 4.If Ahmed age is more than three times the age of his son Bassem by one year and the sum of the squares of their ages is more than three times the product of the two ages by 181 what is the age of each of them . (x) = .If f (x) = 6.

… Second term Net Revision 7 is R – { 3 } then .3rd Preparatory (12) Determine the domain of function (13) Find the common domain (14) If the domain of the function n : n ( x ) = a = ……….

n ( x ) = + × Second term Net Revision 8 .n ( x ) = 4.n ( x ) = + 2.3rd Preparatory (15) Reduce each of the following function 1) 2) (16) (17) Complete : 1) The additive inverse of the fraction is ………….n ( x ) = + 3. 2) If f is a function with domain R – { 6 } then the domain of its additive inverse is ………… (18) Find n ( x ) is the simplest form and show the domain 1.

4) If A & B are two events of a sample space of a random experiment p (A) = .p(A B ) = then p ( A B ) =……… 5) If A & B are two events of the sample space of a random experiment B p (B) = p(A B ) = then p (A) = ………… 6) If p (A) = p (A) then p (A) = ………… 7) If A & B are mutually exclusive in a random experiment then p (A – B) = p ( ……. ) .3rd Preparatory (19) Probability (1) 1) If A & B are two mutually exclusive events then p ( A 2) If A B then p (A B) = …………… . p ( B – A ) = p ( …… ) Second term Net Revision 9 A. p (A B ) equals B) = ………… 3) If a die is rolled once then the probability of getting an odd number and even number together equals …………. .. p (B) = .

6 Find a) P ( x \) .35 p ( y ) = 0.5 then p ( A B )= ………… (4) A bag contains 25 balls . p ( y \ ) b) P ( x y) c) P ( x – y ) d) P ( x y)\ Second term Net Revision 10 . 7 balls are red and the rest of balls are black A ball is drawn randomly find the probability that the drawn ball is 1) black 2) yellow or black 3) not yellow 4) green (5) If x & y are two events of a sample space P ( x ) = 0.7 p (A – B) = 0.3rd Preparatory (2) If A is an event of a random experiment then a) A A\ b) A A\) c) p ( A A\ d) p ( A A\) (3) If A & B are two events of from the sample space of the random experiment p (A) = 0.48 p ( x y ) = 0. all of them are identical 4 balls are yellow .

7 p ( A B ) = 0.3rd Preparatory (6) If A & B are two events from the sample space of a random experiment . Second term Net Revision 11 .6 find a) The probability of non occurrence of the events A & B together b) The probability of occurrence of at least one of the events c) The probability of one of the events but not the other. p ( A ) = 0.8 p ( B ) = 0.

5 ) } 4) 3 5) 4 6) { ( -2 . S = (3) 1) S. -3 ) } (2) 1) S. 1) } 2 ) S. -1 ) } 3) S. S = { ( -1 . S = { ( 3 . 2 ) } (4) Complete 1) 2) second 3) = { ( -5 . 1 ) } 2) S. S = { ( 2 . 1 ) } 2) S. 0 ) } 3) S. S = 3) S. .3rd Preparatory Model answer (1) 1) S. 4 ) Second term Net Revision 12 . S = { (2. S = { ( 3 .2 ) } 7) coincident 8) { ( 3 . S = { ( 3 . 1 ) } 9) 12 10) ( 1 . S = { ( 2 .

s = { 10.s = { .1.5.s = { 1. 707 .6. 2 . 1 ) .293 } 3 ) s. 12 ) } Second term Net Revision 13 .s = { 1.s = { ( 6 . s = { 3 } (7) 1 ) s. . 1. ( -6 . 16 . 56 . 1 ) . . 8 } (8) 1) s. . 16 } 7 ) s. 64 } 8 ) s. 3 } 2) The maximum value = 0 s . ( -1 .1. s = { 1 . -1 ) } 2) s. 2 } 6 ) s. 56 } 5 ) s.35 .3rd Preparatory (5) Applications 1) 36 & 18 2) 45 cm2 3) number of girls = 150 number of boys = 250 4) 18o & 72o 5) 47 6) 23 & 20 (6) 1) ( 2 . 2 . x = 2 . 2 .1. 2 } 2 ) s.s = { 1. .s = { ( 1 . 0.s = { 3. 14 .1. .2. .65 } 4 ) s.s = { 2. minimum value = 1 s .s = { 3. -12 ) .

-3 ) } ( 10 ) 1) 10 & -1 2) 22 cm 3 ) try by your self (11) Complete 1) zeroes 2) R – { 1 } 3) R – { 0 } 4) 25 5) 4 6) undefined ( 12 ) 1) R 2) R – { 4 . 2 } Second term Net Revision 14 .3rd Preparatory ( 9 ) Complete 1)3 2 ) { ( 1 . ( 1 . ( -3 . -1 ) } 3)3 4)4 5 ) { ( 3 . 1 ) .4 } 3) R – { 3 .3 } 5) R – { 0 .2 } 4) R – { 3 . . . . 3 ) .

2 } 4) R – { 3 . . 3 . 3 . .2 . 1 } 3) try by yourself 4) try by yourself 5) 6 X+10 the domain = R – { 2 . 3 } Second term Net Revision 15 . -5 . 3 .4 } ( 14 ) a = 6 ( 15 ) 1) 2) (16) try by yourself (17) 1) 2) R – { 6 } (18) 1) ( )( 2) ( ) the domain = R – { 2 . -3 } 3) R – { 3 . -3 } 2) R – { 0 . -3 } ) the domain = R – {.3rd Preparatory ( 13 ) 1) R – { 2 .

12 d) 0.23 c) 0.2 (4) 1) 2) 3) 4 ) zero (5) a) 0. 5 } 6) 7) try by your self 8) try by your self (19) Probability 1) zero 2) p ( A ) .9 Second term Net Revision c) 0.3 16 . P ( B ) 3) zero 4) 5) 6) 7) A . B (2) a) U b) c) 1 d) 0 (3) 0.73 (6) a) 0.52 b) 0.3rd Preparatory the domain = R – { -3 . 0.4 b) 0.65 .