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Level K Grade 9

Week: 1 From: Apr. 9 Till Apr. 13, 2017

Exam Timetable:

AMS HW

Questions in italic are Poorly Answered Questions in past exam(s).

Sample Questions Exam

1. If a system of linear equations has no solution then the graphs of the linear equations of the

system are ___________ lines.

2. The graphs of a system of linear equations having infinite number of solutions are ________

lines.

13x 9 y 2

3. Add the following linear equations: .

12 x 6 y 12

7 x 7 y 22

4. Add the following linear equations using the vertical form: .

3x 4 y 2

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5 x 8 y 7

5. Subtract the second equation from the first equation: .

2 x 7 y 17

3x 4 y 7

2 x 3 y 12

6 x 3 y 1

.

4 x 2 y 1

4 x 16 y 8

5 x 20 y 10

_______________________.

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X Z

30

60

Solution:

XZ 8 3

5 3

B 60 30 C

Solution:

BC 10 since AB is 5 and the hypotenuse is 2(AB)

13. Find the length of the side of an equilateral triangle with an altitude of 6 cm.

Solution:

Q R

14.

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sin Q =

Z

X

Y

R

13

5

Q

S 12

17.

Find cos B in the triangle below.

12 16

B C

20

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A 8 B

6

10

18. C

Find tan C.

_________________________________.

25. Theorem: The product of the length at the legs of a right triangle is equal to

___________________.

If AC = 10, AB = 8, and BC = 6, find BH.

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Z

7

5

Y X

S

F

T R

Name the TWO pairs of congruent corresponding angles of STR and STF.

6 3

D E

B C

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Sample Questions Exam

1. If a system of linear equations has no solution then the graphs of the linear equations of the

system are ___________ lines.

Solution:

parallel

2. The graphs of a system of linear equations having infinite number of solutions are ________

lines.

Solution:

coincident

13x 9 y 2

3. Add the following linear equations: .

12 x 6 y 12

Solution:

25 x 15 y 10

7 x 7 y 22

4. Add the following linear equations using the vertical form: .

3x 4 y 2

Solution:

4 x 3 y 20

5 x 8 y 7

5. Subtract the second equation from the first equation: .

2 x 7 y 17

Solution:

3x 15 y 24

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3x 4 y 7

2 x 3 y 12

Solution:

Multiply the first equation by 2 and the second equation by 3 and add them

6 x 8 y 14

6 x 9 y 36 22

17 y 22 y

17

69

x

17

6 x 3 y 1

.

4 x 2 y 1

Solution:

Multiply the first by 2 and the second by 3, and add them

12 x 6 y 2

12 x 6 y 3

0 1

Always false

SS

4 x 16 y 8

5 x 20 y 10

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Solution:

Multiply the first by 5 and the second by 4 , then add

20 x 80 y 40

20 x 80 y 40

0

Always true

SS R

9. Corollary: In a right isosceles triangle; the length of the hypotenuse is

_______________________.

Solution:

2 by the leg

Solution:

10 2

X Z

30

60

Solution:

XZ 8 3

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5 3

B 60 30 C

Solution:

BC 10 since AB is 5 and the hypotenuse is 2(AB)

13. Find the length of the side of an equilateral triangle with an altitude of 6 cm.

Solution:

x2

x 2 36

4

x2

x2 36

4

3 x2

36

4

x4 3

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P

Q R

14.

sin Q =

Solution:

Opposite side PR

sinQ

Hypotenuse QR

Z

X

Y

Solution:

Opposite side XY

tan Z

Adjacent side YZ

R

13

5

Q

S 12

Solution:

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5

sinQ

13

17.

Find cos B in the triangle below.

12 16

B C

20

Solution:

12 3

cos B

20 5

A 8 B

6

10

C

18.

Find tan C.

Solution:

8 4

tanC

6 3

Solution:

1

0.5 or

2

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Solution:

1 2

or

2 2

Solution:

3

2

_________________________________.

Solution:

to the center is less than the radius of the circle

Solution:

See the book

If PM = 24 and PR = 49 then what is the length OM ?

Solution:

OM 2 24 25 OM 600 10 6

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25. Theorem: The product of the length at the legs of a right triangle is equal to

___________________.

Solution:

See the book

Solution:

AB CB AC BH 48 10BH BH 4.8

Z

7

5

Y X

Solution:

XY 2 7 2 5 2

49 25 24

XY 24 2 6

S

F

T R

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Name the TWO pairs of congruent corresponding angles of STR and STF.

Solution:

1. STF FRT

2. FTS TSR

6 3

D E

B C

Solution:

6 3

14 AC

AC 7

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HW Material: MKH34-WRCC

Sample Questions Exam

Question:

Which of the following defines a system of linear equations?

Select all that apply and give their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending order)

without any commas or spaces.

5 2 5

pq 6

1.

3 2 3

p q 7

8 p 2q 3

2.

2q 5

6 p q 6

3. 2

p q 4

6 pq 9

4.

pq 2

4 p 8 0

5.

2q 6

pq 6

6.

p 2q 8

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 8 Section 2

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Question:

The solution of a linear system of two equations in two unknowns is represented by the point of

intersection of the two lines p and q that are drawn on the coordinate plane below.

y

4 p

q

2

x

4 2 0 2 4

Pick the two equations of this system from the options listed below.

Give their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending order) without any commas or

spaces.

1. x 2 = 0

2. x + y = 2

3. y + 2 = 0

4. x y = 2

5. y 2 = 0

6. x + 2 = 0

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 7 Section 2

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 8 Section 2

Question:

The solution of a linear system of two equations in two unknowns is represented by the point of

intersection of the two lines p and q that are drawn on the coordinate plane below.

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y

p 4

2

q x

4 2 0 2 4

Pick the two equations of this system from the options listed below.

Give their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending order) without any commas or

spaces.

1. y x = 1

2. x 2y = 3

3. x + y = 1

4. x + y = 1

5. 2x + y = 3

6. x 2y = 3

Question:

x y 1

Give the value of a if x = a and y = b is a solution of the system .

5 x y 31

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to b = 1.

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x y 6

Question: Give the value of a if x = a and y = b is a solution of the system .

5 x 5 y 45

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to b = 5.

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 8 Section 3

x y 6

Question: Give the value of a if x = a and y = b is a solution of the system .

5 x 5 y 30

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to b = 14.

Question:

x 8 y 10

Consider the system .

x y 3

Solving the second equation for x and substituting in the first equation yields the equation

9y = k, where k is a whole number to be determined.

What is the value of k?

x y z 30

Question: If x = a, y = b, z = c is the solution to x y z 4 , what is the value of c?

x y z 22

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to a = 2 and b = 2.

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PQ 9, QN 4, find MQ

Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

12

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Question:

In the figure below, BC = a 3 , where a is a whole number to be determined.

A

60

10

B 30

C

Question:

In the figure below, AC = a 3 , where a is a whole number to be determined.

A

60

B 30

C

9

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Question:

In the figure below, QR = a

6 2 , where a is a whole number to be determined.

16

30 45

Q M R

Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

x

20

21

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Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

60 x 60

Q R

M

Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

P

22

Q 15 R

Question:

What is the value of x to the nearest whole number in the figure below?

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A

18

63 42

B H x C

Question:

In the figure below, QS = 120.

33 49

Q R S

[sin 49 = 0.75, cos 49 = 0.66, sin 33 = 0.54, cos 33 = 0.84, and tan 33 = 0.65]

12 a

Question: In simplest form, can be expressed as where a and b are whole

16 b

numbers to be determined. Give only the value of b.

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20. Reference: Level K Geometry 2 Chapter 5 Section 3

12 16

b

8

164

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H

8x

28

G J

21 F x + 10

6 6

7

12 12

GH FH

Given .

HJ HI

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G

H

J

Statement Reason

GH FH

1. 1.

HJ HI

2. FHG IHJ 2.

3. FHG ~ IHJ 3.

4. GFH JIH 4.

5. FG is parallel to JI 5.

Select all that apply and enter their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending

order).

Enter the labels without any spaces or commas.

1. The reason to Statement 4 is Corresponding angles of similar triangles are congruent.

2. The reason to Statement 1 is Given

3. The reason to Statement 3 is SAS similarity theorem

4. The reason to Statement 2 is Definition of vertical angles

5. The reason to Statement 5 is If a transversal intersects two lines and forms a pair of

alternate interior angles that are congruent, then the two lines are parallel.

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Sample Questions Exam

Question:

Which of the following defines a system of linear equations?

Select all that apply and give their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending order)

without any commas or spaces.

5 2 5

pq 6

1.

3 2 3

p q 7

8 p 2q 3

2.

2q 5

6 p q 6

3. 2

p q 4

6 pq 9

4.

pq 2

4 p 8 0

5.

2q 6

pq 6

6.

p 2q 8

5 2 5 3 2 3 2

Solution: , , p q = 4 and 6pq = 9 are equations in p and q that are not

p q 6 p q 7

linear.

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Answer: 256

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 8 Section 2

Question:

The solution of a linear system of two equations in two unknowns is represented by the point of

intersection of the two lines p and q that are drawn on the coordinate plane below.

y

4 p

q

2

x

4 2 0 2 4

Pick the two equations of this system from the options listed below.

Give their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending order) without any commas or

spaces.

1. x 2 = 0

2. x + y = 2

3. y + 2 = 0

4. x y = 2

5. y 2 = 0

6. x + 2 = 0

Solution:

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The equation of the line q is y 2 = 0.

Answer: 15

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 7 Section 2

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 8 Section 2

Question:

The solution of a linear system of two equations in two unknowns is represented by the point of

intersection of the two lines p and q that are drawn on the coordinate plane below.

y

p 4

2

q x

4 2 0 2 4

Pick the two equations of this system from the options listed below.

Give their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending order) without any commas or

spaces.

1. y x = 1

2. x 2y = 3

3. x + y = 1

4. x + y = 1

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5. 2x + y = 3

6. x 2y = 3

Answer: 46

Question:

x y 1

Give the value of a if x = a and y = b is a solution of the system .

5 x y 31

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to b = 1.

5(y 1) + y = 31 5y 5 + y = 31 6y 5 = 31 6y = 36 y = 6.

Substitute y = 6 in x = y 1: x = 6 1 = 5

Answer: 5

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5. Reference: Algebra 3 Chapter 4 Section 3

Question:

x y 6

Give the value of a if x = a and y = b is a solution of the system .

5 x 5 y 45

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to b = 5.

Answer: 999

Mathematical Studies 1 Chapter 8 Section 3

Question:

x y 6

Give the value of a if x = a and y = b is a solution of the system .

5 x 5 y 30

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to b = 14.

The last equation (the identity) is a result of the fact that the two equations in the system are

equivalent.

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Substitute y = 14 in x = y + 6: x = 14 + 6 = 20

Answer: 20

Question:

x 8 y 10

Consider the system .

x y 3

Solving the second equation for x and substituting in the first equation yields the equation

9y = k, where k is a whole number to be determined.

What is the value of k

y 3 + 8y = 10 9y 13.

Answer: 13

Question:

x y z 30

If x = a, y = b, z = c is the solution to x y z 4 , what is the value of c?

x y z 22

If no such value exists, enter 999 for your answer.

If more than one such value exists, enter the one corresponding to a = 2 and b = 2.

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Solution:

Answer: 26

PQ 9, QN 4, find MQ

Solution:

PQ QN MQ 2

MQ 2 4 9 36

MQ 6

Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

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12

Solution:

9x = 122 9x = 144 x = 16

Answer: 16

Question:

In the figure below, BC = a 3 , where a is a whole number to be determined.

A

60

10

B 30

C

Solution:

The length of the hypotenuse is twice the length of the shorter leg.

Thus, AB = 10 2 = 5.

The length of the longer leg is 3 times the length of the shorter leg.

Thus, BC = 5 3 .

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Answer: 5

Question:

In the figure below, AC = a 3 , where a is a whole number to be determined.

A

60

B 30

C

9

Solution:

The length of the longer leg is 3 times the length of the shorter leg.

9

Thus, AB = 3 3.

3

The length of the hypotenuse is twice the length of the shorter leg.

Thus, AC = 3 3 2 = 6 3 .

Answer: 6

Question:

In the figure below, QR = a

6 2 , where a is a whole number to be determined.

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16

30 45

Q M R

Solution:

16 16 2

PM = MR = 8 2 , QM = 3 8 2 8 6

2 2

QR = QM + MR = 8 6 8 2 8 6 2

Answer: 8

Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

x

20

21

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Solution:

By Pythagorean Theorem, x2 = 212 + 202 x2 = 441 + 400 x2 = 841.

Therefore, x = 29.

Answer: 29

Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

60 x 60

Q R

M

Solution:

PQR is equilateral. PMR is semi equilateral.

In a semi-equilateral triangle, the length of the hypotenuse is twice the length of the shorter leg.

Thus, x = 8 2 = 4.

Answer: 4

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Question:

What is the value of x in the figure below?

P

22

Q 15 R

Solution:

x

tan 22 = x = 15 0.4 = 6

15

Answer: 6

Question:

What is the value of x to the nearest whole number in the figure below?

18

63 42

B H x C

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[sin 63 = 0.89, cos 63 = 0.45, tan 42 = 0.9, and sin 42 = 0.67]

Solution:

AH = AB sin 63 = 18 0.89 = 16.02

AH

x= = 17.8 18

tan42

Answer: 18

Question:

In the figure below, QS = 120.

33 49

Q R S

[sin 49 = 0.75, cos 49 = 0.66, sin 33 = 0.54, cos 33 = 0.84, and tan 33 = 0.65]

Solution:

PS = QS tan 33 = 120 0.65 = 78

PS

x= = 104

sin 49

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Answer: 104

12 a

Question: In simplest form, can be expressed as where a and b are whole

16 b

numbers to be determined. Give only the value of b.

12 2 3 3

Solution: = = .

16 4 2

Therefore, the value of b is 2.

Answer: 2

12 16

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Solution:

B

12 16

x

A C

BC 16 4 4

cos x = . Then, 25 cos x = 25 20

AC 20 5 5

Answer: 20

b

8

164

Solution:

2

Using the Pythagorean Theorem, we have b2 = 164 82 = 164 64 = 100 .

b = 10

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Answer: 10

8x

28

G J

21 F x + 10

Solution:

JF HJ

Using the angle bisector theorem, .

GF HG

x + 10 8 x

Substituting gives =

21 28

x + 10 = 6x

5x = 10

x=2

Answer: 2

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6 6

7

12 12

Solution:

x 18 18 7

Using similar triangles, we have = ,x= = 21 .

7 6 6

Answer: 21

GH FH

Given .

HJ HI

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G

H

J

Statement Reason

GH FH

1. 1.

HJ HI

2. FHG IHJ 2.

3. FHG ~ IHJ 3.

4. GFH JIH 4.

5. FG is parallel to JI 5.

Select all that apply and enter their labels in the same order as they appear (ascending

order).

Enter the labels without any spaces or commas.

1. The reason to Statement 4 is Corresponding angles of similar triangles are congruent.

2. The reason to Statement 1 is Given

3. The reason to Statement 3 is SAS similarity theorem

4. The reason to Statement 2 is Definition of vertical angles

5. The reason to Statement 5 is If a transversal intersects two lines and forms a pair of

alternate interior angles that are congruent, then the two lines are parallel.

Solution: 12345

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