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1. ARITHMETIC

1.1. ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS (Q1- 7 WITHOUT CALCULATORS)

Q1 Carry out the following arithmetic operations:

a 3091 + 457 b 69456 + 47351 c 693 + 974

d 3091 - 457 e 69456 – 47351 f 693 – 974

g 3091 x 45 h 6945 x 473 i 693 x 974

j 7368  4 k 5625 9 l 142186  46

Q2 Write the answers to Question 1 (a – h) in words. For example if the answer
is 435, write four hundred and thirty five.

Q3 Evaluate the following:

a 12 x 3 – 2 b 4+5x7 c 15 3 + 4 x 2 - 1

d 7 x 6 – 12  4+2 e 17 – 2 – (5 – 3) f 7+6x4  3

 6 4  3  4  6  4  3
g - (7 + 2) -6 + 14 h i
 4 1 1 2

j 3 + 5  2 k 3  6 - 8 l 7  5 - 2 + 4  6

m 8  2 + 3 n 7  5 - 12  4 + 3

o 2 + 8  (3 + 6) p 11 - 9  3 + 7

q 17 - 2  (6 - 3) r 2 + 3  (7 - 13)

s 11 - 12  4 + 3  (6 - 2)

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1.2. LCM AND HCF

Q4 Find the lowest common multiple of the following sets of numbers.
a 8 and 12 b 3, 4 and 5

c 2, 6 and 12 d 3, 6 and 8

e 2, 8 and 10 f 20 and 25

g 12, 42, 60 and 70 h 18, 30, 42 and 48

i 20 and 32 j 10, 15 and 40

Q5 Find the highest common factor of the following sets of numbers.

a 8 and 12 b 24 and 36

c 10, 15 and 30 d 26, 39 and 52

e 18, 30, 12 and 42 f 28, 42, 84, 98 and 112

1.3. FRACTIONS

Q6 Evaluate (giving the answer as the smallest fraction, showing each of the
steps).
3 4 1 2 5 2 2 1
a  b   c   3
4 5 6 3 12 3 5 10

2 7 1 3 3 2 7
d  e   f 4  7
3 8 4 8 12 7 2

2 5 3 2 1 3 11
g  h  4 i  
7 3 7 5 11 5 2

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6 3

5 15 46 23 5 2
j  k  k
8 64 15 9 9
20

1.4. DECIMALS

Q7 Convert the following to a decimal value to 3 decimal places.

7
a b c d e
8

6.

3
f g h i j
4

k 2 l 4 m 13 n 11 o 10

p q r s 2 t

u 2 v 3 w 8 x 3 y

z 8

Q8 Write the following as a single decimal value e.g. 2.02 x 10 -2 would be
written as 0.0202 and 102 as 100
a 108 b 2  104 c 10-3 d 2.365w  10-3

e 62  104 pF f 589  10-4 M g 653  10-1 V h 227 

10-1

i 800  10 j 427  10 k 938 10-4

l 1  10-2 m 1 10 n 161  10-2 o 187 10

p 165 k q 25V  104 r 403mV

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7% z 111¾% Q9 Evaluate the following: a 1235  1125 b 18257  8 corrected to 4 decimal places Q10 Find the dimensions A and B in the diagram shown Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK s 0385  10-3 t 618m  103 u 50% v 73% w 23½% x 3¼% y 0.1 Sept 2001 Page 4 .

Q14 Express as a product of prime factors: a 24 b. 6. 132 Q15 Write down the four prime numbers next larger than 19. 24. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 1. 5. 18. 12. 56 d.1 Sept 2001 Page 5 .5. FACTORS Q11 What numbers are factors of: a 24 b 56 c 42 Q12 a Which of the following numbers are factors of 12: 2. 36 c. Issue 1 . 4. 3. b Which of the numbers above are multiples of 6? Q13 Write down all the multiples of 3 between 10 and 40.

PROBLEMS Q16 16 holes spaced 48mm apart are to be marked off on a sheet metal detail.1 Sept 2001 Page 6 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 1. How many soldered joints are made in the 7 hours? Q18 A machinist makes 3 parts in 15 minutes. In the next 3 hours the operator makes 29 joints per hours. Q17 In the first 2 hours of a shift an operator makes 32 soldered joints per hour. In the final two hours 26 joints are made per hour. Calculate the total length of metal required. 17mm is to be allowed between the centres of the end holes and the edge of the plate. Rivets are placed 45mm apart and the distance between the centres of the end rivets and the edges of the plate is 18mm.6. How many parts can he make in an 8 hour shift allowing 20 minutes for starting and 10 minutes for finishing the shift? Q19 The length of a plate detail is 891mm. How many rivets are required? Q20 32 pins each 61mm long are to be turned in a lathe. If 2mm is allowed on each pin for each cutting opration: What total length of material is required to make the pins? Issue 1 .

0286 (b) The sum of 5 + + is: a 517 b 5017 c 50107 (c) 130063  1000 is equal to: a 13006. corresponding to the correct answer.3 b 130063 c 130063 (d) 15003  100 is equal to: a 0015 003 b 0150 03 c 0015003 (e) 182  0013  521 is equal to: a 12326 86 b 1232686 c 1232 686 (f) The number 158 861 correct to 2 significant figures is: a 15 b 160 000 c 16 (g) The number 0081 778 correct to 3 significant figures is: a 0082 b 0081 c 00818 (h) The number 0075 538 correct to 2 decimal places is: a 0076 b 0075 c 008 1 (i) The number correct to 4 significant figures is: 6 a 01616 b 01617 c 01667 (j) 0017  0027 is equal to (correct to 2 significant figures): Issue 1 . MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Q21 In questions (a-j) state the letter. 0029 c.. (a) The number 002857 correct to 3 places of decimals is: a.1 Sept 2001 Page 7 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 1. 0028 b.7.

(b) When 600kg is divided in the ratio 3:2 the two amounts are 360kg and 240kg. correct to 2 significant figures.138 . State which. correct to 2 significant figures. (i) 0007 891 = 0008. Issue 1 . TRUE OR FALSE Q22 In questions (a-j) the answer is either true of false.9.244 = 444 (d) 11011  100 = 1111 (e) 0101 01  100 = 0010 101 (f) 00302 = + (g) 20 963 = 21 000.1 Sept 2001 Page 8 . (h) 0099 83 = 010. (a) The ratio 200m to 5km is the same as . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK a 063 b 63 c 0063 1.8. State which. (j) 05  02 = 25 1. (a)  = 00505 (b) 5+ + = 513 (c) 826 . correct to 3 decimal places. RATIOS & PERCENTAGE Q23 In questions (a-k) the answer is either true of false.

300m and 400m. Q24 In questions (a-j) state the letter corresponding to the correct answer. the amount of lead in 400kg of the alloy is: Issue 1 . (i) 20% of 80 is 16. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (c) When 900m is divided in the ratios 2:3:5 the three lengths are 200m. (d) A fraction expressed with a denominator of 100 is called a percentage. (f) 0725 is the same as 725%. (a) When £1200 is divided in the ratio 7:5 the smallest amount is: a £700 b £500 c £240 (b) When a length 36m is divided in the ratio 5:4:3 the smallest amount is: a 09m b 15m c 120m (c) An alloy contains copper.1 Sept 2001 Page 9 . lead and tin in the ratio of 15:3:2. (g) 35% is the same as . (k) An alloy consists of 80% copper and 20% tin. (j) If 15% of a complete length is 45mm the complete length is 300mm. (h) 2045% is the same as 2045. (e) is the same as 42%. The amount of tin in 50kg of the alloy is 20kg.

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a 300kg b 60kg c 40kg

(d) 40 men working in a factory produce 6000 articles in 12 working days. The
length of time required for 15 men to produce the 6000 articles is:

a 32 days b 4days c 64 days

(e) 35% is not the same as:

a b c

(f) is the same as:

a 44% b 44% c 22%

(g) 30% of a certain length is 600mm. The complete length is:

a 2000mm b 200mm c 20 mm

(h) What percentage of 150 is 48.

a 48% b 36% c 32%

(i) The composition of an alloy is 36 parts of copper, 12 parts of tin and 2 parts of
antimony. The percentage of tin in the alloy is:

a 12% b 24% c 30%

(j) A line 920mm long is divided into 4 parts in the ratio 15:13:10:8, the longest
part is:

a 260 mm b 200 mm c 300 mm

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1.10. FRACTIONS

Q25 In questions (a-l) state the letter corresponding to the correct answer.
(a) When the fraction is reduced to its lowest terms the answer is:

a. b. c.

(b) Which of the following fractions is equal to ?

a. b. c.

(c) The fraction when written with denominator 56 is the same as:

a. b. c.

(d) The LCM of 5, 15, 40 and 64 is:

a. 960 b. 192 000 c. 640

(e) The mixed number 3 is equal to:

a. b. c.

(f) The mixed number 2 is equal to:

a. b. c.

(g) is equal to:

a. b. c.

(h) is equal to:

a. b. c.

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(i) is equal to:

a. b. c.

(j) is equal to:

a. b. c.

(k) is equal to one of the following, when the answer is expressed in its
lowest terms.

a. b. c.

(l) is equal to:

a. b. c.

1.11. DIRECTED NUMBERS

Q26 Evaluate the following:
(a) 6 (-2)

(b) (-6)  2

(c) (-6)  (-2)

(d) 6  2

(e) (-10)  5

(f) 1  (-1)

(g) (-4)  (-2)

(h) (-3)  3

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(-8) = 3 (e) (-6)  (-7) = 42 (f) (-8)  5 = 40 (g) 3 x (-4) = 12 (h) 8 (-2) = -4 (i) (-9)  (-3) = 3 (j) (-6)2 = 36 Q28 Solve the following. (a) -5 -6 = 11 (b) -8 + 3 = -5 (c) -7 .(+5) = 12 (d) (-5) . Write down the appropriate word for each problem. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Q27 The answers to the following are either true or false. (a)  4 - (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Issue 1 .1 Sept 2001 Page 14 .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 1.12.1 Sept 2001 Page 15 . Remember. POWERS Q29 Simplify the following. giving your answer as a single power. a0 = 1 a-6 = a b c   a c b or c ab (a) 25  2 6 (b) a  a2  a 5 (c) n8  n 5 (d) 34  3 7 (e) b2  b 5 (f) 105  103  104 (g) z4  z2  z-3 (h) 32  3-3  33 (i) (j) (k) (93)4 (l) (y2)-3 (m) (t  t3)2 (n) (c-7)-2 Issue 1 .

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(l)

(m)
7  240

(n)

(o)

Q31 Solve the following:
(a)
34  3 6  32

(b)
53

(c)
73

(d)
28

(e)
10-1

(f)
5-2

(g)
3-4

Q32 Simplify

(a)
81½

2
(b)
64 3

(c)
81¼

(d)
6  104  4  10-2

(e)
225½

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(f)
6423

(g)
360

(h)

Q33 Write down the following in standard form.

(a)
128

(b)
176

(c)
000175

(d)
248  102

(e)
745  10-2

(f)
0125  10-5

(g)
175763

Q34 Solve the following.

(a)
(3 + 2)2 + (-6  2)

(b)
[2 (3 - 2) ]2 + (4  -3)

(c)
{ [ (4  6) -2] 3} + (7  4)2

Q35 Solve the following showing all the intermediate steps.

(a)
3-2

(b)
625½

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(c)
44

(d)

(e)

Q36 Write down the following in standard form.

(a)
000176
(b)
450103
(c)
6360  10-2
(d)

Q37 Write down the following as a single decimal number.

(a)
2736  10-4
(b)
00176451  105
(c)
000127654  10-2
(d)
498747  10-3
(e)
28934  103
(f)

Q38 State the following in the base units in standard form.

(a) 3200 kW
(b) 20126 mA
(c) 0003287 GN
(d) 200 F
Q39 Write down the following in power notation.

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d) 3 
Q40 Simplify and evaluate the following.
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1 Sept 2001 Page 21 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (t) (u) (v) (w) Q41 Express the following as a single power of 3. (a) 32  33 (b) 31  32  3 3 (c) 3  3  3 (d) 32  3 (e) (f) (g) 9 (h) 27 (i) 81 (j) (32)3 (k) (33)3 (l) (m) (n) Issue 1 .

1 Sept 2001 Page 22 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (o) (p) (q) Q42 Write each of the following as a single power. 1 3 (a) 52  5 2  5 2 Issue 1 . (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i)  3 x  2 (j)  x 2 (k) 3 3  1  4 (l)   3    x4  Q43 Without using tables or calculators find the values of the following.

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 1 (b) 4  42 1 (c) 83 1 (d) 64 6 2 (e) 8 3 3 (f) 25 2 3 (g)  1   16 4      1 (h) 3 9 2 1 (i)  1 2    4 (j) 1605 (k) 36-05 4  1 (l) 3 4 5 (m)  1 2    4 3 (n)  1   0.1 Sept 2001 Page 23 .5   16  Issue 1 .

(a) a 3 (b) 2 a3 (c) 5 3 b b2 2 (d) 1 b2 3 m 4 (e) 5 m 2 (f) 3  1   x2    (g)   x  1 3 3 (h) 4 y3 (i) y (j)  n 4 3 n Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 1  3 (o) 2 Q44 Simplify the following. expressing each answer as a power.1 Sept 2001 Page 24 .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 4 x2 (k) 7 x 2 3 t  t2 (l) 5 t2 Issue 1 .1 Sept 2001 Page 25 .

3ab . ALGEBRA 2.1 Sept 2001 Page 1 .2x Issue 1 .3x .4x (e) -8x + 3x (f) -2x + 7x (g) 8a .6a + 7a (h) 5m + 13m .7xy + 2xy (l) -5x + 7x .6x (d) -2x . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.2ab (k) 14xy + 5xy .5x (c) 3x .6m (i) 6b2 .4b2 + 3b2 (j) 6ab . ALGEBRA 1 Q1 Simplify the following. (a) 7x + 11x (b) 7x .1.

x2 (n) 3x .34b3 .3y + 5z + 6x + 2y .27a3 .3a2b2 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (m) -4x2 .34x2 + 26x + 37x2 + 36x .2y + 4z .28 (q) pq + 21qr .21b3 + 15a3 (s) 2x  5y (t) 3a  4b (u) 3  4m (v) ¼q  16p (w) x  (-y) (x) (-3a)  (-2b) (y) 8m  (-3n) Issue 1 .22rq + 8qp (r) 26a2b2 .3z (o) 3a2b + 2ab3 + 4a2b2 .3x2 + 2x2 .5ab3 + 11b4 + 6a2b (p) 12x3 .2x .1 Sept 2001 Page 2 .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (z) (-4a)  3b (aa) 8p  (-q)  (-3r) (bb) 3a  (-4b)  (-c)  5d (cc) 12x  6 (dd) 4a  (-7b) (ee) (-5a)  8b (ff) (-3a)  (-3b) (gg) 4a  2b (hh) 4ab  2a (ii) 12x2yz2  4xz2 (jj) (-12a2b)  6a (kk) 8a2bc2  4ac2 (ll) 7a2b2  3ab Issue 1 .1 Sept 2001 Page 3 .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (mm)a  a (nn) b  (-b) (oo) (-m)  m (pp) (-p)  (-p) (qq) 3a  2a (rr) 5x  x (ss) 5q  (-3q) (tt) 3m  (-3m) (uu) (-3pq)  (-3q) (vv) 8mn  (-3m2n3) (ww) 7ab  (-3a2) (xx) 2q3r4  5qr2 (yy) (-3m)  2n  (-5p) Issue 1 .1 Sept 2001 Page 4 .

2c when b = 4 and c = 3 is 6. (h) The value of 3b .3 when x = 3 is 21. (i) The value of 8ab  3c when a = 6. (k) The quantity y  y  y is written y3. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (zz) 5a2  (-3b)  5ab 2. (g) The value of 8x .1 Sept 2001 Page 5 . (e) Two numbers added together minus a third number and the result divided by a forth number may be written as (a + b .2.c)  d. (f) The value of 3a + 7 when a = 5 is 36. (c) The product of 8 and x is 8 + x. (d) 3 times a number minus 7 can be written as 3x . Write down the appropriate word for each question. (j) The quantity a  a  a  a is written a3. ALGEBRA 2 Q2 In questions 1 to 40 the answer is either true or false. Issue 1 .7.b represents the difference of two numbers a and b. (a) The sum of two numbers can be represented by the expression a + b. (b) The expression a . b = 4 and c = 2 is 32.

1 Sept 2001 Page 6 . (m) The value of a4 when a = 3 is 81. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (l) a3b2 is equal to a  a  a  b  b. (r) 5p .8a . (p) -8x + 11x . Issue 1 . (o) 13a . (z) (-6y)  (-4y)  (-8y) is equal to -3y3. y = 3 and z = 4 the value of 2x2y3z is 258.(-8y) is equal to -16y.20x is equal to -17x. (t) (-8z)  (-3z) is equal to 24z2 (u) (-3a)  7a  (-8a)  (-2a) is equal to -336a4 (v) (-5c)3 is equal to 125c3 (w) (-8t)2 is equal to -64t2 (x) (-2u)5 is equal to -32u5 (y) (-8x)  (-4x) is equal to 2.9a is equal to 4a. (q) -11y + 3y . (s) (-5x)  (-7x) is equal to -35x2.(-7p) + 8p is equal to 20p. (n) When x = 2.

1 Sept 2001 Page 7 . (ee) 15xy + 7xy .2xy is equal to 17xy. (nn) a2b2  (-a2b2)  5a2b2 is equal to 5a2b2.3xy . (mm)(-5pq2)  (-8p2q) is equal to 40p3q3. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (aa) 5x + 8x is equal to 13x2. (hh) (-5x)  (-8x)  3x is equal to 120x3.2x is equal to 5x. (jj) 5x3y2z is the same as 5y2zx3. (ll) 6x2  (-3x) is equal to 3x. (ff) 8a  5a is equal to 40a. (dd) 7x . Issue 1 . (bb) 3x + 6x is equal to 9x. (ii) a2b is the same as ba2.5x is equal to 3. (gg) 9x  5x is equal to 45x2. (cc) 8x . (kk) 8a3b2c4 and 16a3b3c3 are like terms.

BRACKETS Q3 Remove brackets and simplify. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.8) (i) 4 (Y + 3) .a) .1) .2X) .(X2 + Y2)]} (h) 5 (2X .X (1 + Y)] (g) X2 .(mn .b) (c) m + n .1)] (f) X (X + Y) .(a .3Y) (b) a .b2) Issue 1 .[X2 . (a) X + (3Y .{Y2 .2 (X .(b .(X .n) (d) 3X2 .Y2) (e) 3X + [(Y .(Y2 + X2) + (X2 .(2X .[X2 .(c .m) + (mn .1 Sept 2001 Page 8 .c) .3.2 (7 + Y) + 2 (j) ab (a2 .3) .

b) (-2a .y) (b) (5y .4.5.2x) (-2y + 3x) (c) (3a .2q) (5p .8XY (c) aX + bX + cX Issue 1 .4Y (b) 4X . EXPANDING BRACKETS Q4 Expand the following (a) (-3y + 2x) (x .4p) (-3s + 2p) (i) (-5b + 2j) (3j . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2. FACTORS Q5 Factorise: (a) 4X .2b) (e) (5p .5b) (2a .3m) (g) (3k .b) (d) (-3a .2p) (5p .2b) (j) (2p .2q) (f) (2n + 2m) (4n .1 Sept 2001 Page 9 .5q) (3q + 3p) 2.2k) (h) (2s .

(a) If v = u + at.6. v = 3 and s = 5 and also that s = t. 20 c. then the value of a is: a. v = 12. 10 Issue 1 . 1 c. -3 (c) Given the values u = -2. a = -2 and t = 3. then the value of v is: a. 3 b.a2b (g) 5X3 . then the value of t is: a.3ab + a3b2 (j) 2. 4 (b) If v = u + at. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (d) 5a .1 Sept 2001 Page 10 . u = 4. EQUATIONS SUBSTITUTION Q6 In the following questions state the letter (or letters) corresponding to the correct answer (or answer).10b + 15c (e) 2r2 + rh (f) ab3 .10X2Y + 15XY2 (h) Io + Io  t (i) 2a2 . 6 b. -2 c. u = 6 and t = 2. 25 b.

then t is equal to: a. b. 100 (e) If v = u .1 Sept 2001 Page 11 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (d) The volume of a cone is given by V = . If V = 25 and r = 2. 22 c. c. then the approximate value of h is: a.at. 6 b. Issue 1 .

. .4). v= b. then u is equal to: a. v- (j) If x = 2y .T b.R c. c.. Issue 1 . then v is equal to: a. + 4 b.t). then H is equal to: a. b.2R2 b. then t is equal to: a. R- (g) If f = md(T . +2 (i) If F = .2 c. . .v c. then n is equal to: a. A . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (f) If A = 2R(R + H).1 Sept 2001 Page 12 . c. T- (h) If S = 90(2n .

EQUATIONS 1 Q7 Solve the following equations and check your answers.3 (m) t + 7 = 17 .9 .m = 3m Issue 1 .Y = 21 (j) = 5 (k) 3c = c + 5 (l) 2p .1 Sept 2001 Page 13 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.4t (n) 2a + 4 = 19 .5 = 11 (c) 3Y = 20 (d) = 9 (e) 8X = 0 (f) X + 2X = 18 (g) 3n .2 = 10 (h) = 2 (i) 4Y . (a) n + 8 = 17 (b) n .a (o) 7m .8 = p .7.

q) (X .e (a) 2 aX + b = bcX + a where a = 3. g = 35. b = -2.W2 = gA where V = 03. q = 25. r = 32. c = -3. Y = 56 (e) VX . SUBSTITUTING INTO EQUATIONS Q8 Find the value of X in questions a . W = 2. A = 16 Issue 1 . q = -2 (c) a2X + b2Y = c where a = .1 Sept 2001 Page 14 . c = -5. b = 1. c = -2 (b) p (mX + c) = q (-mX + c) where m = 2.r) where p = 45. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.8. p = 3. Y = 1 (d) Y = (p .

n = 5. R = 55. MV 2 (a) Find m if F = F = 1280. (a) x + 2 = 7 (b) t -4 = 3 (c) 2q = 4 (d) x .9. EQUATIONS 2 Q10 Solve the following equations. r = 5. and V = 20 r (b) Find r if F = F = 3600.8 = 12 (e) q + 5 = 2 (f) 3x = 9 (g) = 3 (h) = 4 (i) 2x + 5 = 9 (j) 5x . and V = 30 (c) Find R1 if R = 3.3 = 12 Issue 1 . d = 10 and C = 36 (e) If Q2R = find C if L = 396. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Q9 Find the value of the stated item. and R2 = 12 (d) Find a if C = e = 3. m = 8. and Q = 6 2.1 Sept 2001 Page 15 .

22 = 8x +18 (s) 03d = 18 (t) 12x .08 = 08x + 12 (u) 2(x + 1) = 8 (v) 5(m .2) = 15 (w) 3(x .5) = 7 .1) .x) (z) 4(x .7 = 17 (l) 3x + 4 = -2 (m) 7x + 12 = 5 (n) 6x .2x) (aa) = 2 (bb) (cc) + 3 = 2 + Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (k) 6p .5(3 .3(x .1 Sept 2001 Page 16 .5) = 29 (y) 3x = 5(9 .3x + 2x = 20 (o) 14 .10 = 3x + 2 (q) 6m + 11 = 25 – m (r) 3x .3x = 8 (p) 5x .4(2x + 3) = 14 (x) 5(x + 2) .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (dd) 3x + = 2 + (ee) = 3 (ff) = 2 (gg) (hh) (ii) = 2 (jj) (kk) = 2 (ll) (mm) (nn) (oo) x .1 Sept 2001 Page 17 .5 = (pp) = 3 (qq) (rr) (ss) (tt) (uu) (vv) = 0 Issue 1 .

8 = 2 .2x then x = 10 Issue 1 .2 = 3x . EQUATIONS 3 Q11 In the following questions a – y the answer is either 'true' or 'false'.8 then x = -6 (n) If 3x .10.1 Sept 2001 Page 18 . State which. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (ww) = 0 (xx) = x 2. (a) If = 3 then x = 21 (b) If = 10 then x = 2 (c) If = 16 then x = 64 (d) If 5x = 20 then x = 4 (e) If 3x = 6 then x = 18 (f) If x .7 = 14 then x = 21 (k) If 3x + 5 = 2x + 10 then x = 3 (l) If 2x + 4 = x + 8 then x = 4 (m) If 5x .5 = 10 then x = 5 (g) If x + 8 = 16 then x = 2 (h) If x + 7 = 14 then x = 21 (i) If x + 3 = 6 then x = 3 (j) If x .

5(x .y) then x = 15 (r) If = 10 then y = 2 (s) If = 4 then y = 2 (t) If then x = 60 (u) If .1 Sept 2001 Page 19 .7) = 7 then x = 12 (q) If 6y = 10(8 .1 = then x = 3 (v) If then x = 26 (w) If then x = -2 (x) If then x = 10 Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (o) If 2(3x + 5) = 18 then x = 1 (p) If 2(x + 4) .

11. -7 (c) If then x is equal to: a. i. 23 d. c. b.1 Sept 2001 Page 20 . TRANSPOSITION OF FORMULAE Q13 Transpose the formulas below for the letter as stated. d.7) = 12 then x is equal to: a.3) = 3 then x is equal to: a.2(x . 25 b. (b) If 2(x + 6) . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Q12 In questions a to e state the letter (or letters) corresponding to the correct answer (or answers). Rearrange the formulas so that the letter wanted is on its own on the top line. 17 c. 7 d. 16 b.5(x . -7 (d) If 3(x . b.3(x .5) .4) = 1 then x is equal to: a. (a) I = for R (b) P = for F (c) C =   D for D Issue 1 . (a) If 3(2x .2) . 3 b. 3 d. -7 d. c. -16 c. 0 (e) If then y is equal to: a. -3 2. 6 c.e.

1 Sept 2001 Page 21 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (d) F =   Rn for  (e) W = F  D for F (f) P = gh for  (g) v = for m (h) P1  V1 = P 2 x V2 for V2 (i) for T2 (j) XL = 2fL for f (k) XC = for C (l) A = for h (m) for V2 (n) a = m/s2 for s (o) A = r2 for r (p) V = r2h for r (q) A = for d Issue 1 .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (r) E = m v2 for v (s) L = CL v2s for v (t) v = u + at for a (u) v2 = u2 + 2as for s (v) C = (F .1 Sept 2001 Page 22 .32)  for F L (w) t  2x for g g (x) v = r3 for r (y) v = r2h for h (z) S = ut + at2 for a (aa) E =  v2 for  (bb) x = 3 .2x for x (cc) D = C D  v2 for Cd (dd) for R2 Issue 1 .

1 Sept 2001 Page 23 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Issue 1 .

(a) C = d for d (b) S = dn for d (c) PV = c for V (d) A = rl for l (e) v2 = 2gh for h (f) I = PRT for R (g) x = for y (h) I = for R (i) x = for u (j) P = for T (k) d = for N (l) S = for t (m) for R (n) V = for h (o) for J (p) v = u + at for t (q) n = p + cr for r (r) y = ax + b for x (s) y = + 17 for x Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Q14 Transpose the following.1 Sept 2001 Page 24 .

How old was he 5 years ago? (b) Find the total cost of 3 pencils at a pence each and 8 pens at b pence each.128d for d (w) V = for r (x) C = for E (y) A = r(r + h) for h (z) C = for N (aa) T = for d (bb) a = for t 2. EQUATIONS .1)d for d (u) a = b . If A gives B £x how much will each have? Issue 1 . If he works z hours on Sunday how many hours does he work per week? (d) What is the perimeter of a rectangle J mm long and b mm wide? (e) A man A has £a and a man B has £b.(FORMATION) 1 Q15 Carry out the following exercises.1 Sept 2001 Page 25 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (t) L = a + (n .cx for x (v) D = B . (a) A boy is x years old now. (c) A man works x hours per weekday except Saturday when he works y hours.12.

6). how much does each earn? (b) One side of a triangle is 4m shorter. (j) A number m is divided into two parts. If he is on holiday for 3 weeks per year find his total annual salary. If the perimeter of the triangle is 25m. If a man earns £x per week. what is the total wage bill per week? (g) A man earns £u per week when he is working and he is paid £v per week when he is on holiday. find the lengths of the three sides.1 Sept 2001 Page 26 . (c) The three angles of a triangle are x. N boys and P women. Issue 1 . How many articles can be brought for £N? (i) A man starts a job at a salary of £u per week. If a is one part what is the product of the two parts? 2. a boy £y per week and a women £z per week. find each angle. EQUATION . (d) The perimeter of a rectangle is 56mm. The sum of the three angles is 180. His salary is increased by y pence per week at the end of each year's service. find the dimensions of the rectangle. (h) The price of m articles was £M but the price of each article is increase by n pence. If the foreman earns £12 per week more than each of the men. and another 3m shorter than the longest side.(FORMATION) 2 Q16 Carry out the following: (a) A foreman and 5 men together earn £732 per week. What will be his salary be after x years. If one of the two adjacent sides is 8mm longer than the other.13. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (f) A factory employs M men. (x + 30) and (x .

If two such motor cars and three such motor cycles cost £8500. find the dimensions of the compound. Issue 1 . find how many litres per minutes each tap delivers. If it takes 16 minutes to fill the tank and one tap delivers water at twice the rate of the other. (h) Three plugs and five electric light fittings together cost £9. find the cost of each vehicle. (f) The perimeter of a triangle ABC is 26m.1 Sept 2001 Page 27 . If a plug cost twice as much as a light fitting.90. If the length of the compound has to be 10m longer than twice the breadth. BC is two-thirds of AB and it is also 2m longer than AC. find the cost of a plug and a light fitting. (g) A transformer compound of a rectangular plan is to be constructed using 100m of chain link fencing for one long and two short sides and an existing wall for the other side. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (e) A certain type of motor car costs seven times as much as a certain make of motor cycle. (i) Two taps are used to fill a cooling tank which has a capacity of 1200 litres. Find the lengths of the three sides.

4y = 8 4x + 2y = 3 Issue 1 .2x = 6 3y + x = 2 (e) 8x .14. SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS Q17 Solve the following Simultaneous equations (a) 2x + 3y = 8 3x + 2y = 6 (b) 3y . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.2y = 3 (c) 4y + 3x = 7 2x + 2y = 4 (d) y .1 Sept 2001 Page 28 .2x = 5 x .

1 Sept 2001 Page 29 .3y = 1 x + 3y = 19 (c) x + 3y = 7 2x .2y = 6 (d) 7x .15.5y = -025 (f) x + y = 17 = 1 (g) .4y = 37 6x + 3y = 51 (e) 4x .2y = x + = 6 (h) 2x + = 11 + 3y = 1 Issue 1 . (a) 3x + 2y = 7 x + y = 3 (b) 4x . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2. SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS 2 Q18 Solve the following equations for x and y and check your solutions.6y = -25 7x .

When N = 3.1 Sept 2001 Page 30 . y = 13 and when x = 5. An effort of 26 raises a load of 8. whilst an effort of 38 raises a load of 12. (e) Two quantities x and y are connected by law y = ax + b. (j) A motorist travels x km at 40 km/h and y km at 50 km/h. find the cost of 1m of wire and the cost of a plug. When x = 2. Find the values of a and b. W = 9. Find the cost of a ceiling rose and a plug. M = 65 and when N = 7. (f) In a certain lifting machine it is found that the effort. For a second installation 12 ceiling roses and 5 plugs are used the cost being £17. and the load. (d) For one installation 8 ceiling roses and 6 plugs are required the total cost of these items being £16. Issue 1 .60. (g) If 100m of wire and 8 plugs cost £62 and 150m of wire and 10 plugs cost £90. (h) Find two numbers such that their sum is 27 and their difference is 3. y = 22. A second alloy containing 9cm3 of copper and 11cm3 of tin has a mass of 158g. (i) An alloy containing 8cm3 of copper and 7cm3 of tin has a mass of 121g. The total time taken is 2½ hours. M = 125. Find the values of m and b.16. SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS 3 Q19 Solve the following problems (a) Two quantities M and N are connected by the formula M = aN + b in which a and b are constants. W are connected by the equation E = aW + b. Find the values of the constants a and b and determine the effort required to raise a load of 15. (c) A foreman and seven men together earn £1040 per week whilst two foremen and 17 men together earn £2464 per week. If the time taken to travel 6x km at 30 km/h and 4y km at 50 km/h is 14 hours. the law connecting the two quantities was of the type F = mW + b. Find the values of a and b. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2. W = 6 and when F = 31. When F = 25. find x and y. E. Find the earnings for a foreman and for a man. hence find the value of F when W = 12. (b) In an experiment to find the friction force F between two metallic surfaces when the load is W. Find the densities of copper and tin in g/cm 3.

-8y = 1 b. 0 (c) By eliminating x from the simultaneous equations: 2x . -2y = 15 c. -2y = 1 Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.3y = -16 5y . -2 c.17. 75 c. Hence the value of y is: a.5y = 8 2x . 2 b. SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS 4 Q20 In the following questions state the letter (or letters) which corresponds to the correct answer (or answers).3y = -7 the equation below is obtained: a.3x = 25 x is equal to -5. (a) In the simultaneous equations: 2x + 3y = 17 3x + 4y = 24 x is equal to 4.1 Sept 2001 Page 31 . b. Hence the value of y is: a. -8y = 15 d. d. 3 d. 4 (b) In the simultaneous equation: 2x .

4y = -10 x + 4y = 8 the equation below is obtained: a. 2x = -18 b.1 Sept 2001 Page 32 . 2x = -2 d. 8y = 9 c. 4y = 19 d. 4y = 5 Issue 1 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (d) By eliminating y from the simultaneous equations: 3x . 4y = -19 b. 4x = -18 c. 4x = -2 (e) By eliminating x from the simultaneous equations: 3x + 5y = 2 x + 3y = 7 the equation below is obtained: a.

QUADRATIC EQUATIONS Q21 Factorise and find the possible values for x.2 (h) 5x2 + 12x + 4 (i) 4x2 .18.9x .2 (n) 14x2 .3 (c) 2x2 .14x + 5x2 (p) 15x2 .x .7 (g) 7x2 + 13x .2 Issue 1 .5 (b) 3x2 + 8x .28x .13x .x .7x + 3 (j) 2x2 . (a) 2x2 .3 (o) 8 .11x .3x .1 Sept 2001 Page 33 .23x + 11 (k) 9x2 .5 (m) 6x2 .19x .2 (l) 12x2 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 2.7 (d) 6x2 + 7x + 2 (e) 5x2 + 26x + 5 (f) 6x2 .

14 = 0 (r) Simplify and solve for P. (3P . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (q) Solve.1 Sept 2001 Page 34 .5x . x2 .5) (2P + 1) = 0 (s) x = (t) 2x2 = 6x Issue 1 .

5016 radians Q 2. ZX =12 and XY = 5.6321 radians (h) Tan 0. GEOMETRY & PROGRESS TESTS 3. AC =3 and CB = 4. If the right angle is at X.1 Sept 2001 Page 35 . find the value (to 4 dec. TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS Q 1.1. A right angled triangle ABC has sides AB = 5. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 3. A right angled triangle XYZ has sides ZY = 13. calculate: (a) Sine Y (b) Sine Z (c) Tan Y (d) Tan Z (e) Cos Z Issue 1 .1 radians (g) Cos 0. calculate: (a) Sine A (b) Cos A (c) Tan A (d) Sine B (e) Cos B (f) Tan B Q 3. If the right angle is at C. places) of: (a) Sine 37º (b) Cos 80º (c) Cos 53º (d) Sin 20º (e) Tan 27º (f) Sin 1. Using a scientific calculator.

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Q 4. Given that Cos 53º= 0. In which quadrant are the following angles: (a) 105º (b) 57º (c) 250º (d) 143º (e) 299º Q 5. (a) 75 (b) 63 Issue 1 . Using the standard conventional division of the x and y axes dividing the x – y plane into four quadrants. Resolve into horizontal and vertical components. Convert to radians. find the following values without using your calculators: (a) Sine 37º (b) Cos 127º (c) Sin 143º (d) Cos 233º (e) Cos 307º (f) Sine 323º Q 6. (a) 36 m at 20 (b) 40 N at 57 (c) 3 m/s2 at 44 Q 7.6018.1 Sept 2001 Page 36 .

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (c) 135 (d) 294 (e) 229 Q 8. Issue 1 . Convert the following: (a) Convert 500 rpm to radians per second.1 Sept 2001 Page 37 . (h) Convert 40 radians per second to rps. (a) 412 radians (b) 074 radians (c) 177 radians (d) 554 radians (e) radians Q 9. (g) Convert 300 rpm to radians per second. (i) Convert 500 radians per second to rpm. Convert to degrees. (f) Convert 60 rps to radians per second.

calculate the length of the third side. Q 12. What is the vertical height of the triangle? Q 16. Q 13. Q 14. 30cm and 322cm in length. the lengths of the shorter sides are 8cm and 15cm.1 Sept 2001 Page 38 . It is right angled? Issue 1 . In a right angled triangle. Q 11. All the sides of a triangle are 6cm length. Calculate the angle through which a line will turn in 60 seconds if it has an angular velocity of 320 radians per second. The hypotenuse of a right angled triangle has a length of 41mm. Calculate the length of the hypotenuse. One of the other sides is 9mm long. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK Q 10. A right angled triangle has sides of length 30cm and 40cm. A triangle has sides which are 125cm. What is the length of the other side if it is the longest side? Q 15. What is the angular velocity of a line which turns through an angle of 210 radians in 6 seconds.

JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 3. and a length of 85ft. (e) A simple gear train has two gears. Determine the amount of movement of the output gear. The fuselage length is increased by 7%.7(-5 [2 + 3]) 8 6  3 5 (c) 29 5 (d) An aircraft fuselage has a cross-sectional diameter of 8ft. The output gear meshing with it has 18 teeth. the input gear. MATHS REVISION Q 1. which is rotated one revolution has 48 gear teeth. Solve the following: (a)  (b) .1 Sept 2001 Page 39 . Issue 1 .2. Determine the increase in volume gained.(6 + 3) .

Solve the values of x and y for the simultaneous equations below.x 2x + 3y .3. Q 2. The paint is to be 1mm thick. The fuselage is 57m long and 5m in diameter and can be assumed to be a flat ended cylinder. tailplane and vertical stabiliser will be taken as rectangular with no thickness. (they must be painted both sides) The wing span is 45m.4 = 0 Q 4. Calculate the possible values of x. Q 3. Solve: (correct to 3 dec.1 = 0 (b) 8x2 + 16x + 6 = 3.1 Sept 2001 Page 40 . with an average chord of 3m. (a) 12x2 + x . The height of the vertical stabiliser is 6m. Calculate the volume of paint in litres required to paint an aircraft. It will be taken that 5% of the fuselage curved surface will not be painted to allow for windows. MATHS REVISION 2 Q 1. with an average chord of 2m. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 3. 35x2 + 2x . SHORT PROGRESS TEST Q 1. The wings. with an average chord of 4m. (a) 3x + 2y = 4 4x + 3y = 5 (b) 5 = 2y . places) Issue 1 . The span of the tail is 8m.4. Factorise to the value of x.3 = 0 Q 5. Solve.

Calculate the following: (a) the circumference of a circle of 3m radius.1 Sept 2001 Page 41 .1/8) (c) 3 + (8  4) (d) 54  63 (e) (f) (g) Q 3.5/9) + (6/7 .23/16 (c) /8  2/15 5 (d) 16 /27  4/9 (e) 4368 + 15557 (f) 37684 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (a) 33/4 + 15/8 (b) 47/8 .5) (b) 5  (3/5 .2178 (g) 376  728 (h) 15642  51 Q 2. Solve the following (a) 4  6 (8 . Issue 1 .

Solve the following simultaneous equations Issue 1 . vertical height 450mm and the length of the prism is 700mm. (d) Calculate the volume of a prism with a regular triangle cross section having a base of 200mm. b. c. Q 6.1 Sept 2001 Page 42 . Q 4. Find the value of X in each the following triangles. Give your answer in cubic metres. Transpose: (a) s = ut + 1/2at2 (for a) (b) A = ae-kt (for a) (c) XL = 2fl (for f) (d) v2 = u2 + 2aS (for u) Q 5. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (b) the surface area of a cylinder of diameter 4m. and 5m long (c) the volume of a cone having a vertical height 4cm and radius 2cm. a.

State the value of x when y = 3 for the formula below: 3y = 5x2 .5) Issue 1 . Expand the brackets for the formula below: (2x + 3) (3x .3 = 0 Q 9. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 3x .7 Q 8.2y = 4 5 + 3x = 3y Q 7.1 Sept 2001 Page 43 . Calculate the possible values for X for the equation below: 5X2 .2X .

Convert to a single power Issue 1 .5.1 Sept 2001 Page 44 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 3. Solve: (a) (b) (c) (d) Q 2. Solve correct to 3 decimal places: (a) 2723 + 1752 (b) 27672 . MATHS REVISION 3 Q 1. Solve: (a) 3  2 4  1  1 1  5 1 (b) 4       2 4  8 2 (c) 2 + (6  5) Q 4.1927 (c) 275  617 (d) 12527  31 Q 3.

(b) surface area of a cube of side 3m. JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK (a) 75  72 (b) (c) (d) Q 5. Q 6. Q 8.1 Sept 2001 Page 45 . Find the value of x IN THE FOLLOWING TRIANGLES. Calculate the: (a) area of a circle of 2m diameter. (c) volume of the cube of side 3m. Solve the following simultaneous equation: Issue 1 . Transpose: (a) v = u + at (for t) (b) E = 1/2mv2 (for m) (c) a2 = b2 + c2 (for c) (d) D = CD 1/2  v2s (for v) Q 7.

1 Sept 2001 Page 46 . JAR 66 CATEGORY B1 uk MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS engineering WORKBOOK 3x + 2y = 6 y + 2x = 4 Issue 1 .

ANSWERS 3.4. ARITHMETIC . five hundred and forty eight b one hundred and sixteen thousand. eight hundred and seven c one thousand.281 g 139095 h 3284985 i 674982 j 1842 k 625 l 3091 Q2 a three thousand. six hundred and thirty four e twenty two thousand.1. ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS Q1 a 3548 b 116807 c 1667 d 2634 e 22105 f . six hundred and sixty seven d two thousand. one hundred and five f minus two hundred and eighty one g one hundred and thirty nine thousand and ninety five h three million. nine hundred and eighty five Q3 a 34 b 39 c 12 d 41 e 13 f 15 g -1 h 9 i 8 j 13 k 10 l 57 m 7 n 35 o 74 p 15 q 11 r -16 s 20 Q4 a 24 b 60 c 12 d 24 e 40 f 100 g 160 h 120 i 420 j 5040 Q5 a 4 b 12 c 5 d 13 e 6 f 14 . two hundred and eighty four thousand.

719 x 3.042 r 0.041 n 11.850 w 8.250 Q8 (a) 100.714 h 0.250 k 2.000 (b) 20.475 t 0.310 y 0.125 d 0.002365W (e) 000000006F (f) 589 .133 q 0.513 u 2.600 c 0.938 m 13.263 v 3.042 z 8.000 1 (c) 1000 (d) 0.667 j 0.000.125 l 4.500 b 0.878 s 2.Q6 11 1 1 5 a 1 b 1 c 4 d  20 4 6 24 1 3 10 24 e f g h 8 14 21 35 33 2 1 i j 2 k 1 l 6 110 3 5 Q7 a 0.600 e 0.512 i 0.875 f 0.313 o 10.750 g 0.867 p 0.

235 (x) 0.653V (h) 0227 (i) 800 (j) 427 (k) 0000938 (l) 001 (m) 10 (n) 00161 (o) 187 (p) 16500  (q) 250000V (r) 00403V (s) 0000385 (t) 6180m (u) 0.73 (w) 0.0325 .5 (v) 0.(g) 0.

b 2. 3. 12.2821 Q10 A = 29 mm B = 79 mm Q11 (a) 2 & 12 4&6 8&3 24 & 1 (b) 2 & 28 4 & 14 7&8 56 & 1 (c) 2 & 21 3 & 14 6&7 42 & 1 Q12 a 2. 3.9375 (b) 2. 24. 6. 3. 36. 2.(y) 0. 3. Q13 12. 18. 2. 11. 30. c 2. . d 2. 2. Q14 a 2. 2. 39. 24. 2. 27. 15.007 (z) 1. 7. 3. 4. 18.1175 Q9 (a) 138. 21. 2. b 12. 33.

37 Q16 1754mm Q17 203 Q18 90 Q19 20 Q20 2014mm Q21 A b B b C a D a E c F b G c H c I c J a Q22 a False b False c True d False e False f False g True h True i True j True Q23 a True b True c False d True e False f True g False h False i True j True k False Q24 A b B a C b D a E c F b G a H c I b J c Q25 A b B a C c D a E b F c G c H a . 29.Q15 23. 31.

I b J b K b L c Q26 a -3 b -3 c 3 d 3 e -2 f -1 g 2 h -1 i -2 j 12 k -1 l -2 m -8 n -3 Q27 a False b True c False d True e True f False g False h True i True j True Q28 (a) . = . = + 2 = 2 (b) 354 710 (c) = 78 72 (d) = (e) Remove question (f) Remove question Q29 .

(a) 211 (b) 98 (c) n3 (d) 311 (e) 6-3 (f) 104 (g) 23 (h) 3-4 (i) m4 (j) x-3 (k) 912 (l) y-6 (m) t8 (n) c14 (o) 9-9 (p) 7-½ (q) b10 (r) 5-9 Q30 .

(a) 8 (b) 1 (c) (d) 8 (e) (f) 100 (g) (h) (i) (j) 3 (k) 7 (l) 25 (m) 7 (n) 3 (o) Q31 (a) 531441 (b) 125 (c) 343 .

(d) 256 (e) 01 (f) 004 (g) 0012345 Q32 (a) 9 (b) 3979 (c) 3 (d) 2400 (e) 14697 (f) 16 (g) 1 (h) 5 Q33 (a) 128  102 (b) 176  101 (c) 175  10-3 .

(d) 248  104 (e) 745 (f) 125  10-6 (g) 175763  105 Q34 (a) 13 (b) -8 (c) 1291 Q35 (a) (b) 25 (c) 256 (d) 125 (e) 5 Q36 (a) 176  10-3 (b) 45  105 (c) 636  10 .

(d) (6667  103) Q37 (a) 0002736 (b) 17645 (c) 00000127654 (d) 498787 (e) 28934 (f) (28776) Q38 (a) 32  106 W (b) 20126  10-2 A (c) 3287  106 N (d) 20  10-4 F Q39 (a) 6 (b) 4 (c) 7 .

(d) 3¼ Q40 (a) 210 (b) 33 (c) 47 (d) 26 (e) 39 (f) 2-1 (g) 32 (h) 44 (i) 51 (j) 1 (k) 66 (l) 212 (m) 38 (n) 44 (o) 33 (p) 24 (q) 25 (r) 31 (s) 42 .

(t) 1 (u) 41 (v) 55 (w) 2-1 Q41 (a) 35 (b) 36 (c) 33 (d) 33 (e) 34 (f) 30 (g) 32 (h) 33 (i) 34 (j) 36 (k) 39 (l) 31 (m) 33 (n) 32 (o) 36 (p) 34 .

(q) 30 Q42 (a) x1/2 (b) x4/5 (c) x-1/2 (d) x-1/3 (e) x-4/3 (f) x-3/2 (g) x2/3 (h) x0075 (i) x2/3 (j) x1/3 (k) x1/3 (l) x Q43 (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 2 .

(d) 2 (e) 4 (f) 125 (g) 8 (h) 27 (i) 2 (j) 4 (k) 016 (l) 0125 (m) 003175 (n) 64 (o) 3 Q44 (a) a-13/6 (b) a-11/3 (c) x4.5 (d) b1/2 (e) m7/4 (f) z2/3 (g) 1 (h) n-5/2 .

(i) y1/4 (j) n1/4 (k) x11/14 (l) t-2/3 .

3ab3 + 4a2b2 + 11b4 (p) 12a3 + 03x2 + 62x .01 qr (r) -04a2b2 . ALGEBRA ANSWERS Q1 Algebra 1 (a) 18x (b) 2x (c) -3x (d) -6x (e) -5x (f) 5x (g) 9a (h) 12m (i) 5b2 (j) ab (k) 14xy (l) -3x (m) -6x2 (n) 7x .5.28 (q) 9pq .12a3 .3y + 6z (o) 9a2b .55b3 (s) 10xy (t) 12ab (u) 12m (v) 4pq .

(w) –xy (x) 6ab (y) -24mn (z) -12ab (aa) 24pqr (bb) 60abcd (cc) 2x (dd) (ee) (ff) a /b (gg) 2a/b (hh) 2b (ii) 3xy (jj) -2ab (kk) 2ab (ll) (mm) a2 (nn) -b2 (oo) -m2 (pp) p2 (qq) 6a2 (rr) 5x2 (ss) –15q2 (tt) -9m2 (uu) 9pq2 .

(vv) –24m3n4 (ww) -21a3b (xx) 10q4r6 (yy) 30mnp (zz) -75a3b2 Q2 Algebra 2 (a) True (b) True (c) False (d) True (e) True (f) False (g) True (h) True (i) True (j) False (k) True (l) True (m) True (n) False (o) False (p) True (q) False (r) True (s) False .

(t) True (u) True (v) False (w) False (x) True (y) True (z) False (aa) False (bb) True (cc) False (dd) True (ee) True (ff) False (gg) True (hh) True (ii) True (jj) True (kk) False (ll) False (mm)True (nn) False Q3 Remove Brackets (a) 6Y -3X .

19bj + 6j2 .4q2 (f) 8n2 + 2nm .5xy + 3y2 (b) -10y2 + 19xy .6m2 (g) -6k2 + 19kp .8p2 (i) 10b2 .2Y2 (e) 2X + Y (f) X + 2XY (g) X (h) 8X + 1 (i) 2Y (j) a3b .6x2 (c) 6a2 .ab3 Q4 Expanding the Brackets (a) 2x2 .(b) a (c) m + mn (d) 3X2 .13ab + 5b2 (d) 6a2 + 8ab + 2b2 (e) 25p2 .10p2 (h) -6s2 + 16sp .

a) (g) 5 (X2 .9pq .2b + 3c) (e) 2r (f) ab (b2 .3b + a2b) (j) Q6 Equations (a) b (b) a (c) c (d) a (e) b (f) b (g) c (h) c .15q2 Q5 Factorise (a) 4 (X .(j) 6p2 .2Y) (c) X (a + b + c) (d) 5 (a .Y) (b) 4X (1 .2XY + 3Y2) (h) Io (I + t) (i) a (2a .

(i) c (j) a Q7 Equations 1 (a) n = 9 (b) n = 16 (c) Y = 6 (d) X = 18 (e) X = 0 (f) X = 6 (g) n = 4 (h) X = 2 (i) Y = 7 (j) X = 18 (k) c = 2 (l) p = 5 (m) t = 2 (n) a = 5 (o) m = .

Q8 Substitution into Equations (A) X = (B) X = 0 (C) X = -32 (D) X = 6 (E) X = 32 Q9 Find the Value of the Stated Item (a) m = 160 (b) r = 2 (c) R1 = 4 (d) a = 30 (e) C = 2 Q10 Equations 2 (a) 5 (b) 7 (c) 2 (d) 20 (e) –3 (f) 3 (g) 6 .

(h) 12 (i) 2 (j) 3 (k) 4 (l) –2 (m) –1 (n) 4 (o) 2 (p) 6 (q) 2 (r) -8 (s) 6 (t) 5 (u) 3 (v) 5 (w) - (x) 2 (y) (z) –2 (aa) –15 (bb) (cc) -15 (dd) (ee) 1 (ff) 25 .

(gg) 6 (hh) 42 (ii) –70 (jj) (kk) 13 (ll) -10 (mm) (nn) (oo) (pp) 35 (qq) 20 (rr) 13 (ss) –53 (tt) 4 (uu) (vv) 3 (ww) (xx) .

Q11 Equations 3 a True b False c True d True e False f False g False h False i True j True k False l True m False n False o False p True q False r False s True t False u True v False w False x False Q12 (a) a (b) c (c) b (d) b (e) a and b .

Q13 Transposition of Formula (a) R = (b) F = P  A (c) D = (d)  = (e) F (f)  = (g) m = v  s (h) V2 = (i) T2 = (j) f = (k) C = (l) h = (m) V2 = (n) s = (o) T = (p) r = (q) d = 2 (r) v = (s) v = (t) a = (u) s = (v) F = C  + 32 (w) g = .

(x) r = (y) h = (z) (aa)  = (bb) x = 1 (cc) CD = (dd) R2 = .

Q14 Transpose (a) C/ (b) S/n (c) c/p (d) A/r (e) (f) (g) a/X (h) (i) ax (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) 5 (y .17) (t) +1 (u) (v) (w) R .

a) Q16 Equation Formation 2 (a) Forman £132 each man £120 (b) 6m. 12m (g) 225m x 55m .(x) c (R + r) (y) -r (z) 2Cp + n (aa) D - (bb) Q15 Equations Formation 1 (a) X-5 (b) 3a + 8b (c) 5x + y + z (d) 2(J + b) (e) £(a .x) (f) £(Mx + Ny + Pz) (g) £(49u + 3v) (h) (i) (j) a(m .x) £(b . Motorcycle £500 (f) 6m. 8m. 9m. 10m (c) 52 / 82 / 46 (d) 10mm x 18mm (e) Motor car £3500.

180p (i) 25 l/min and 50 l/m Q17 Simultaneous Equations (a) x = 04 y = 24 (b) x = -19 y = -11 (c) x = 1 y = 1 (d) x = -2286 y = 1429 (e) x = 0875 y = -025 Q18 Simultaneous Equations 2 (a) 1 and 2 (b) 4 and 5 (c) 4 and 1 (d) 7 and 3 (e) and (f) 7 and 10 (g) 3 and 2 (h) 5 and 2 Q19 Simultaneous Equations 3 (a) 12 and 2 (b) 02 and 13 F = 37 (c) £144 and £128 (d) £080 and £160 (e) 3 and 7 .(h) 90p.

or +5 (b) x = + or -3 (c) x = .(f) 03 and 02 Effort = 47 (g) £050 and £150 (h) 15 and 12 (i) 9 and 7 (j) 40 and 75 Q20 Simultaneous Equations 4 (a) C (b) A (c) B (d) D (e) C Q21 Quadratic Equations (a) x = .or +1 (o) x = + or +2 (p) x = .or +2 (m) x = + or - (n) x = .or + .or -2 (i) x = + or +1 (j) x = + or +11 (k) x = + or - (l) x = .or +2 (g) x = + or -2 (h) x = .or +7 (d) x = .or - (e) x = .or -5 (f) x = .

(q) x = -2 or +7 (r) P = +1 or - (s) x = +2 or -2 (t) x = 0 or +3 .

6018 (d) 0.9231 (b) 0.3333 (d) 0.6018 (b) 0.3846 (c) 2.6 Q 3. GEOMETRY AND REVISION ANSWERS Q 1.6 (c) 1.8 (f) 0. Triangle XYZ (a) 0.8 (b) 0.5095 (f) 0.4 (d) 0.9231 Q 4.8912 (g) 0. Trigonometric Ratios (a) 0.5484 Q 2.6.3421 (e) 0.8068 (h) 0.4167 (e) 0.1736 (c) 0. Triangles (a) 0.6 (e) 0. Quadrant Conventions (a) 2nd (b) 1st (c) 3rd (d) 2nd (e) 3rd .

1312 (e) 3.6018 (a) -0.9968 Q 8.158 m/s2 Vertical 2. Convert to Radians (a) 1. Convert to degrees (a) 236.Q 5.08 m/ s2 Q 7.6018 (b) -0.41º (e) 240º .6018 Q 6.41º (d) 317.55N (c) Horizontal 2.3561 (d) 5.6018 (d) -0.06º (b) 42. Resolving into Horizontal and Vertical components (a) Horizontal 33. Quadrant Geometry (no calculators) (a) 0.6018 (c) 0.83 m/s Vertical 12.3089 (b) 1.31 m/s (b) Horizontal 21.79N Vertical 33.6018 (e) 0.39º (c) 101.0995 (c) 2.

y = -1 (b) y = 2.3179m3 Q 3. Convert the Following (a) 52.65 degrees Q 12. 35 rads/s Q 11. 5936.99 rads/s (c) 31.196 cm Q 16.37 revs/s (e) 4774. 17 cms Q 13. 50 cm Q 15. Simultaneous Equations (a) x = 2.058 Q 2. 5. 18334.42 rads/s (d) 6. x = -1 . Solve (a) 51/125 (b) 166 (c) 2/3 (d) 7% (e) 2.67 revs Short Progress Test Q 1. 40 mm Q 14.36 rads/s (b) 376. 1.65 rpm Q 10. Yes Maths Revision Q 1.Q 9.

25 Q 5.1/3 (b) X = . 0.965 (c) 16.728 (h) 13. places) (a) 5 3/8 (b) 2 11/16 (c) 1/12 (d) 1 1/3 (e) 19. Solve the following (a) 72 (b) 113 13/56 (c) 35 (d) 135000 (e) 9.925 (f) 159.½ or .1. Factorise (a) X = ¼ or .757m3 (d) 31.Q 4.1½ Q 1.067 Q 2.5 x 10-3 m3 . Maths Revision solve (correct to 3 dec.45 x 10-3 (f) 1296 (g) 512 Q 3. Calculate the following (a) 18.04 (g) 273.849 (b) 87.68 or .