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Department of Education

Region III
DIVISION OF PA M PA N G A
City of San Fernando

THIRD PERIODIC TEST IN MATHEMATICS GRADE 10

DIRECTION: ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET, WRITE THE LETTER OF CORRECT ANSWER.

1. An ordered arrangement of all parts of the set of the objects is called ...
A. Combination
B. Combinatorics
C. Permutation
D. Probability
2. Five friends, Dads, Anne, Paz, Jun and Irene took a jeepney ride in going home from Division
Office. There are exactly five seats in the vehicle. In how many ways can they seat themselves?
A. 5
B. 15
C. 60
D. 120
3. Using the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, how many 4 digit odd and even numbers will be formed?
A. 120
B. 72
C. 48
D. 5
4. How many five-digit numbers can be formed from the numbers 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 if
repetition of digits is allowed?
A. 45360
B. 16807
C. 2520
D. 39
5. Teachers of San Isidro High School are required to undergo medical check up at the Barangay
Health Center once a year. Find the number of ways in which a teacher may be classified if the
categories include (1) blood type
(AB, A, B, O), (2) sex (male or female), (3) blood pressure (high, normal, low).
A. 24
B. 12
C. 9
D. 6
6. If there are seven doors providing access to a building, in how many ways can a person enter
the building by one door and leave by a different door?
A. 13
B. 14
C. 42
D. 49
7. If P(8, r) = 6720, what is r?
A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8
8. In how many ways may the letters of the word “ASSESSMENTS” be arranged?
A. 39 916 800
B. 166 320
C. 6930
D. 1

how many conference games are played? A. 3)? A. 5) = 792. 112 D. A basketball conference consists of eight teams. A telephone company plans to change the telephone numbers into an eight-digit number such that no digit is to be used more than once in any telephone number. In a raffle draw. 2. Suppose we want to find the number of possible arrangements for five people sitting around a circular table. 3 628 800 14. How many telephone numbers can be made out of the digits 0. 8 15. Alvin won a five trip to any thereof these cities: Baguio. 40 320 17. 6. 220 C.9. If the initial seat is artificially fixed and the arrangement is clockwise. 40 320 B. 1320 D. 720 D. 1320 B. 181 400 C. 1. Cebu. 12 C. 3. 10 D. 3125 12. Six books in Mathematics. 11 13. 36 B. Assuming that the books in the same subjects are identical. 1 632 960 D. Six couples want to have their pictures taken. 56 C. 13860 C. What is P(12. 665 280 D. 360 C. 144 D. Olongapo. Bacolod and Zamboanga. what is n? A. 12 B. 7. 6) = 60 480. If each team plays every other team. 28 B. From six History books and eight Economics books. how many possible ways? A. If C(n. 9 C. 14 18. 4. How many choices has he? A. in how many ways can a person select two History books and three Economics books and arrange them on a shelf? . two in Physics and four in English are to be arranged on a shelf that has space just enough for these twelve books. how many ways can they be arranged? A. 15 C. 479 001 600 10. 79 833 600 11. 1440 16. 13 D. 120 C. 8 B. 25 B. If P(n. In how many ways can they arrange themselves in a row if couples must stay together? A. 8 and 9? A. 11 B. then n = A. 10 D. 24 B. .

no three of which are collinear. 7 B. How many committees of five can be formed from eight Juniors and four Seniors if each committee is to be consist of three Juniors and two seniors? A. How many committees of 5 can you form in each group must contain exactly 2 women? A. including exactly 5 of the first 6. 455 C. 332 640 27. 336 C. 120 . In a class of 15 boys and 10 girls. On a certain examination the students must answer 8 out of the 12 questions. 720 C. 840 D. In how many ways may he write the examinations? A. 604 800 22. 20 475 28. 120 B. 40 320 20. 56 C. If C(14. 252 26. 45 B. A student has ten posters to pin up on the walls of her room. 100 800 19. There are 7 men and 5 women in the group of 12 people. 45 B. 792 D. Opening a combination lock C. 495 C. how many lines can be determined by these points? A. Which of the following situations or activities involve permutations? A. 3003 D. 19 B. Which of the following situations or activities involve Combinations? A. r) = 3003. Assigning seats to guest at dinner B. 462 B. Choosing 6 questions to answer out of 10 questions in a test B. 6)? A. If there are ten points on a plane. 55 440 D. 120 B. 5040 D. 120 C. Listing the elements of subsets of a given set 21. 924 24. in how many ways may a committee made up of 3 boys and 2 girls be selected? A. In how many ways can she choose the posters to be pinned up? A. Selecting 5 people from a student affair committee D. 9 D. Forming triangles from 7 distinct points in which no 3 points are collinear D. Winning in a contest 23. 10 25. but there is space for only seven. 720 D. what is r? A. 165 D. 350 C. A. 8 C. What is C(11. Entering the PIN at your ATM Card C. 120 B.

1/39 B. 1/22 B. 0/6 B. 18 30. use the figure below. 9/22 D. a vice president. ½ D. 1/5 B. 1680 C. 3/10 C. 1/20 C. 6 if repetition is not allowed? A. find the probability both eggs are good. 6/6 D. Three bad eggs are put into a carton with nine good eggs. In how many ways can four boys and four girls be seated in a row containing eight seats if a person may sit in any seat? A. 6/11 C. A president. 3 628 800 29. basketball. B. many of whom play multiple sports. What is the probability that Irish. 40 320 31. 15 D. If two eggs are selected at random. 2. a member of the class. Use the Venn diagram below to determine the probability of selecting a student who: Athletics Basketball 4 20 0 20 3 6 2 0 8 Volleyball . 5040 C. 1/19 D. 3. will be elected president? A. 4. 604 800 D. The Division of Pampanga has 52 athletes. 5. 15/22 34. 3/8 D. 7/10 35. 9 B. A. 1 32. 11 880 D. 1/8 B. 7/6 33. 3/20 For numbers 36 to 38. A basket contains 20 oranges. 12 C. 24 B. and a secretary are to be selected from a class of twenty students. A die is rolled once. Find the probability of obtaining a 7? A. 1/6 C. If three coins are tossed at the same time. How many 2-digit odd numbers can be formed from the numbers 1. 1/3 C. What is the probability that the fruit drawn is an apple? A. 30 apples and 50 guavas. The most commonly sports they play are athletics. what is the probability of all three heads? A. and volleyball.

4/9 43. 15 D. 19/26 38. Using the digits 1. 12 C. 4 blue pens and 3 red pens in his bag. 27/100 . What is the probability that the student participates only in athletics and volleyball? A. A ball is drawn from the bag. 9/144 B. 60/144 44. 37/52 D. 6 stuffed animals and 4 board games. how many numbers can be formed if repetition is not allowed? A. 4 guavas and 4 oranges. Ann likes to wear colored shirts. A motorcycle license plate has 3 letters and 4 numbers. 2 and 3. 24 42. What is the probability of randomly choosing an apple replacing it. 3/22 D. 11 D. 9 C. 1/26 41. 2/5 C. What is the probability that the student participates in basketball or volleyball? A. What is the probability that Raf chose two black pens. A toy box contains 10 toys. 6 B. ½ D. How many students participate in volleyball? A. 9 C. 13 39. Raf has 5 black pens. 1/1352 B. 20 37.36. 22/768 B. 19 D. 8/13 C. 8 B. 25/144 D. What is the probability that a motorcycle has a license plate contains a triple letter and an odd number? A. What is the probability of drawing 2 red balls and 2 blue balls in succession without replacement? A. 14/22 45. 7/12 D. What is the probability that she choose 3 stuffed animals as the first three choices? A. 16/144 C. and the rest are of different colors. Raf randomly picks two pens out of his bag. ¾ 40. What is the probability that she will wear a pink or a yellow shirt? A. 6 B. A basket contains 8 apples. 48/1331 C. 5/63 B. 5/12 C. 1/130 D. Mina randomly chooses 3 toys for the child she is babysitting to play with. three are in different shades of yellow. Four of these are pink. 6 bananas. and then randomly choosing a banana? A. She has 12 shirts in the closet. 1/57 B. There are five red balls and four blue balls in a bag. 1/676 C. if he replaced the first pen back in his pocket before choosing a second pen? A. 1/3 B. 9/52 B.

At a volleyball game. In the same crowd. 1 . 6. What is the probability of a person chosen at random purchase Brand y and he/she is 40 year and older? A. 0. given that at least one of the children is a girl? A.75 D. 3/20 D. What is the probability that a person chosen at random purchase Brand y? A.2143 B. Consider the table below showing A as the group of under 40 years old who purchase 2 different brands of pants.75. A family has two children. ¾ D. 1 For numbers 47 to 48:.7661 D. What is the probability that the younger child is a girl. 23% C. 22% B. 0. 30% of the fans were waving banners and cheering for team x? What is the probability that a fan waved a banner given that the fan cheered for team x? A.2333 C. 0. 0. Age group Brand x Brand y TOTAL A (under 40 years old) 7% 23% 30% A1 ( 40 years and older) 15% 55% 70% Total 22% 78% 100% 47. 2/3 C.5 C. 78% 48. 0.25 B. 15% D. 3/10 B. what is the probability that it will lose? A. The probability that a basketball team will win the game is 0. 70% of the fans cheered for team x. ½ B. 3/10 46. 0. 3/7 C.7857 49. 7/10 D. 1 50. C.