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ALGEBRA

1. Find x in the equation shown: 4x2 + 48x + 144 = 400

a. 16, 4

Answer:

b. -16, 4

c. -32, 8

d. -4, 16

Solution:

4x2 + 48x 256 = 0

x2 + 12x 64 = 0

(x + 16)(x 4) = 0,

x = -16, x = 4

2. The age of a crocodile at the Manila Zoo 13 years ago was 1/3 of its age 7 years

from now. How old is the crocodile at present?

a. 15

b. 21

Answer:

c. 23

d. 27

Solution:

Let x = present age, x 13 = age 13 years ago, x+ 7 = age 7 years

from now

1/3 (x+7)=x-13

x + 7 = 3x 39

-2x = -46

x = 23

So, the crocodile is 23 years old at present.

3. An airplane flying with the wind can cover a certain distance in 2 hours. The

return trip against the wind takes 2.5 hours. How fast is the plane and what is the

speed of the air, if the one-way distance is 600 miles? (Let x-speed of the plane, yspeed of the wind)

a. x = 40, y = 260 b. x = 30, y = 270 c. x = 270, y = 30 d. x = 230, y = 70

Answer:

Solution:

600/(x+y)=2 ,

600/(x-y)=5/2

5x 5y = 1200 -------------- >

x + y = 300

x y = 240

----------------------2x = 540

x = 270

y = 300 270 = 30

speed of the plane: x = 270 , speed of the wind : y = 30

4. How many gallons of 20% alcohol solution and 50% alcohol solution must be

mixed to get 9 gallons of 30% alcohol solution?

a.

b.

c.

d.

Answer:

Solution:

(0.20)(x) + (0.50)(9-x) = (0.30)(9)

2x +45 5x = 27

-3x = -18

x = 6 gallons -------- > amount of 20% alcohol solution

y = 9 x = 3 gallons --------- > amount of 50% alcohol solution

5. How many different second order determinant can be formed from four different

numbers?

a. 4

Answer:

b. 8

c. 16

d. 24

Solution:

4! = 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 24

x

6. If

1

1

x

A. -2

x3

1

x3

B. -1

C.1

D. 2

7. The product of two numbers is 16. If 1 is subtracted from each number, the

product is 8. What is the sum of the two numbers?

A.6

B.8

C.9

D.10

the value of x equals

A.1

B. -1

C.5

D. 0

9. A rubber ball is dropped from a height of 27 m. Each time that it hits the ground it

bounces to a height 2/3 of that from which it fell. Find the total distance travelled

by the ball until it comes to rest?

A. 80

B. 81

C. 135

D. infinite

10. A father is three times as old as his son. Four years ago, he was four times as

old as his son. How old is his son?

A.10

B.12

C. 15

D.16

11 An advertising firm has an old computer that can prepare a whole mailing in 6

.

hours.

With the help of a newer model the job is complete in 2 hours. How long would

it

take the newer model to do the job alone?

a) 4

b) 3

c) 2

d) 1

12

.

2x 1 x 7 4

Solve for x in the equation:

a)

37

b)

13

What is the 6th term in the expansion of

.

a)

61236 x 10 y 15

b)

61236 x 5 y 5

.

c)

37

4

( 3 x 2 y 3 )

c)

d)

7

4

10

61326 x 10 y 3

d)

10

6123 x y

15

1

4.

x+ y+ z=3

2 x y+ 3 z =4

3 x2 y+ z =2

a)

b) 2

c)

d)

15.On a trip Harry drove a steady speed for 3 hours. An accident slowed his

speed by 30 mph for the last part of the trip. If the 190-mile trip took 4 hours,

what was his speed during the first part of the trip?

a) 45 mph

b) 55 mph

c) 15 mph

d) 25 mph

16.Paul can finish a job in 2 hrs less than John. Working together they can finish

it in 2 hours and 24 minutes. How long would it take Paul to finish the job

working alone?

a) 6 hrs

b) 4/5 hrs

c) 2 hrs

d) 4 hrs

17.To produce 100 liters that is 17% acid, Jennifer took some amount from a 40%

acid solution and a 60% acid solution then added 70 liters of pure water to

the resulting mixture. How much of the 40% acid solution was used?

a) 5 liters

b) 25 liters

c) 15 liters

d) 20

liters

f x x2 4

1,3

is

. What is the domain and the

range of its inverse?

a) Domain: [5,-3]

Range: [1,3]

c) Domain: (-3,5)

Range: [1,3]

b) Domain: [5,-3)

Range: [1,3]

d) Domain: [-3,5]

Range: [1,3]

19.Rica ate a total of 100 raisins over a 5-day period. Each day, she ate six more

raisins than on the previous day. How many did he eat on the first day?

a) 24

b) 18

c) 14

d) 8

20.If 4x3 + 18x2 + 8x 4 is divided by 2x + 3, compute the remainder.

R(-3/2) = 4(-3/2) + 18(-3/2) + 8(-3/2) -4

= 11

A. 11

B. 9

C. -8

D. 10

21.A man is 41 years old and his son is 9. In how many years will the father be

three times as old as his son?

3 (9 + x) = 41 + x

27 + 3x = 41 + x

x=7

A. 5

B. 6

C. 7

D. 8

progression, the value of x equals

2x + 3 (x + 2) = 5x 6 (2x + 3)

x=5

A.1

B. -1

C.5

D. 0

23. The sum of two numbers is 40 and their difference is 16. Find the smaller

number.

x + y = 40

x y = 16

x = 28

(1)

(2)

y = 12

B. 12

A. 10

C. 21

D. 3

2

4.

What are the dimensions of the lot?

a) 12 x 8 meters

b) 24 x 16 meters

c) 15 x 5 meters d) 30 x 10

meters

2

5.

a) -2, 4

2

6.

c) 2

a)

2

7.

b) 2, -4

30

252 x y

20

b)

15

10

252 x y

x2 yz=3

x+ y+ z=4

x3 yz=4

d) 4

10

( x 32 y 2 )

c)

30

8064 x y

20

d)

8064 x 15 y 10

a)

b) 2

c)

d)

2

8.

Determine the equation whose roots are the reciprocals of the roots of the

equation

3x2 - 13x - 10 = 0.

a) 10x2 + 13x 3 b) 10x2 + 13x + 3 =

c) 8x2 - 13x 3

d) 10x2 + 10x

=0

0

=0

3=0

2

9.

Six years ago, Romel was five times as old as Lejon. In five years, Romel will be

three times as old as Lejon. What is the present age of Lejon?

a) 13 years old

b) 15 years old

c) 16 years old

d) 17 years

old

3

0.

How many liters of 10% salt solution must be added to 20% salt solution in

order to obtain 10 liters of 12% salt solution?

a) 6 liters

b) 7 liters

c) 8 liters

d) 10 liters

3

1.

Equation (1)

Equation (2)

Equation (3)

a)

b)

c)

d)

32. The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is seven. When the digits are

reversed, the number is increased by 27. Find the number.

A. 52

B. 25

C. 16

D. 61

33. Which of the given diagram of intervals is being determined by the inequality: |

x-2|< where >0?

34. Find the nth terms of the geometric sequence with a5 = 5/4 and a12 = 160.

A. n = (5/4) 2^n

n = (5/64) 2^(n-1)

B. n = (5/4) 2^(n-1)

C. n = (5/64) 2^n

D.

x 2y z 4

2 x y z 2

x 2y z 2

A. 2/3

B.

5/3

C. . 7/3

D. . 10/3

36. The product of two numbers is 16. If 1 is subtracted from each number, the

product is 8. What is the sum of the two numbers?

a) 6

b) 8

c) 9

d) 10

37. If (x + 2), (2x + 3), (5x 6) are consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression,

what is the value of x?

a)+ 1

b) -1

c) 5

d) 0

38. A rubber ball is dropped from a height of 27 m. Each time that it hits the ground

it bounces to a height 2/3 of that from which it fell. Find the total distance travelled

by the ball until it comes to rest?

a) 80 m

infinite

b) 81 m

c) 135 m

d)

39. A father is three times as old as his son. Four years ago, he was four times as

old as his son. How old is his son?

a) 10 years old

d) 16 years old

b) 12 years old

c) 15 years old

x .

.

2 x y+ z=6

x3 y2 z=13

2 x 3 y3 z=16

a) 4

4

1.

a)

4

2.

b) 3

8064 x 10 y 5

b)

c) 2

y5

in the expansion of

8046 x 5 y 5

c)

d) 1

( 2 x2 + y )

10

8046 x 10 y 5

d)

4680 x 5 y 5

An airplane flying with the wind took 2 hours to travel 1000 km, and 2.5 hours

in flying back. What was the wind velocity in kph?

a) 40

b) 50

c) 60

d) 70

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