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MATH23X

EXIT EXAMINATION
4th Quarter SY 20112012

Course Outcome Solve linear equations and its applications.


Problem 1 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?
Choices a) 6 b) 8 c) 9 d) 10

Course Outcome Solve application problems involving sequence and series and find specific term of a
binomial expansion.
Problem 2 If (x + 2), (2x + 3), (5x 6) are consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression, what is
the value of x?
Choices a)+ 1 b) -1 c) 5 d) 0

Course Outcome Solve application problems involving sequence and series and find specific term of a
binomial expansion.
Problem 3 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?
Choices a) 80 m b) 81 m c) 135 m d) infinite

Course Outcome Solve linear equations and its applications.


Problem 4 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?
Choices a) 10 years old b) 12 years old c) 15 years old d) 16 years old

Course Outcome Solve problems involving angle measurement and right plane triangles and its
applications and evaluate trigonometric functions of any angle with accuracy.
Problem 5 Find the exact value of sin2 1 + sin2 2 + + sin2 90.
Choices a) 30 b) 45 c) 45.5 d) 60

Course Outcome Solve problems involving exponential and logarithmic functions and its applications.
Problem 6 Solve for x:
log 5 log (x+4) log 3 log (x+4) = log 3 log 5
Choices a) 18.89 b) 56.67 c) 23.12 d) 27.86

Course Outcome Demonstrate/interpret the graphs of trigonometric functions, show orderly proof of
trigonometric identities, and find the exact solutions of trigonometric equations.
Problem 7 Given the triangle ABC with side AB= 210 m, BC = 205m, and AC = 110m. Find the
largest angle.
Choices a) 77 09 24 b) 97 09 24 c) 81 19 24 d) 86 0944

Course Outcome Solve problems involving angle measurement and right plane triangles and its
applications and evaluate trigonometric functions of any angle with accuracy.
Problem 8 What is the length of the arc intercepted by a central angle 95 in a circle whose
radius is 12m?
Choices a) 19.89 m b) 23.54 m c) 32.78 m d) 120 m

Course Outcome Apply the fundamental concepts in solving application problems in geometry and
discuss comprehensively properties of the linear function for the purpose of
sketching and writing equations of lines.
Problem 9 What is the slope of the line joining (2,-3) and the midpoint of the line segment
joining (0,4) and (5,-2)?
Choices a) 8 b)-8 c) 3 d) -3

Course Outcome Classify the types of algebraic equations and to discuss fully the properties that
describe the circles and the conics for the purpose of sketching and writing the
equation that describes a particular geometry and solve application problems
involving these geometries.
Problem 10 Determine the coordinates of the centre of the circle x2-4x+y2+6y+1=0.
Choices a) (2,3) b) (-2,3) c) (2,-3) d) (-2,-3)

Course Outcome Apply the fundamental concepts in solving application problems in geometry and
discuss comprehensively properties of the linear function for the purpose of
sketching and writing equations of lines.
Problem 11 The collection of all points which is equidistant from the point (0,2) and the line
y = -1 is defined by what equation?
Choices a) y2 = 6x-3 b) x2 = 6y c) x2 = 3-6y d) x2 = 6y-3

Course Outcome Classify the types of algebraic equations and to discuss fully the properties that
describe the circles and the conics for the purpose of sketching and writing the
equation that describes a particular geometry. Finally, to be able to solve application
problems involving these geometries.
Problem 12 What is the conic section described by the equation 2x2 + 3y2 4x + 6y 19 = 0?
Choices a) Circle b) Parabola c) Hyperbola d) Ellipse

Course Outcome Solve problems involving solids like prism, cylinder, cone and pyramid.
Problem 13 A conical tank with a capacity of 4 m3 has a height of 3m. If the volume left in the
tank is 1.5m3, what is the value of its height?
Choices a) 2.165 m b) 2.163 m c) 1.837 m d) 1.125 cm

Course Outcome Solve problems involving solids like frustum, prismatoid, truncated solids, spheres
and other miscellaneous solids.
Problem 14 The surface area of a sphere increases by 20%, by how many percent will its volume
increase?
Choices a) 20% b) 30% c) 31.45% d) 41.25%

Course Outcome Solve problems involving solids from which the volume is equal to the area of the
base times height (V = bh) namely prism, cylinder, and solve problems involving
solids for which the volume is equal to one-third of the product of area of base and
height (V = 1/3 bh) namely, cone and pyramid.
Problem 15 In order to maintain same volume, what happens to the radius of the base of a cone
when the height quadruples?
Choices a) remains the same b) doubles c) quadruples d) halved

Course Outcome Solve problems involving solids like frustum, prismatoid, truncated solids, spheres
and other miscellaneous solids.
Problem 16 How many times do the volume of a sphere increases if the radius is doubled?
Choices a) 2 times b) 4 times c) 6 times d) 8 times

Course Outcome Discuss and apply comprehensively the concepts, properties and theorems of
functions, limits and continuity.
Problem 17 Find the lim 3 + 2 3

Choices a) 0 b) c) 4 d) -1

Course Outcome Interpret comprehensively the concept and properties of the derivatives and the
differentials and apply them to determine the derivatives of
algebraic/transcendental functions.
Problem 18 Differentiate () = 2 2 4
Choices 3 3 8 3 3 +2 3 3 8 3 3 +2
a) b) c) d)
2 4 2 4 2 2

Course Outcome Analyze correctly and solve properly application problems involving the derivatives
and the differentials.
Problem 19 At a certain instant, the length of a rectangle is 3 in. and is increasing at a rate of 1
in/min, and the width is 2 in. and decreasing at a rate of 0.5 in/min. At what rate is
the area decreasing (or increasing)?
Choices 2 1 c) 1in2/min 1
a) in2/min b) in2/min
3 2
d) in2/min
4

Course Outcome Solve definite and indefinite integrals using basic integration formulas, simple
substitution, logarithmic and exponential functions, basic trigonometric integration
formulas, transformation of trigonometric function and using product of sine and
cosine formulas.
Problem 20 1
Evaluate 0 1
Choices 4 16 8 2
a) b) c) d)
15 15 15 15

Course Outcome Solve definite and indefinite integrals using basic integration formulas, simple
substitution, logarithmic and exponential functions, basic trigonometric integration
formulas, transformation of trigonometric function and using product of sine and
cosine formulas.
Problem 21 3 + 1
Evaluate 2

Choices a) b) cos + tan + c) sin + tan + d)
cos + sin cos +
sin +

Course Outcome Use integration formulas in computing the length of an arc and solve problems
involving area under the curve and between curves, volume of solids of revolution,
centroid of the area and solids of revolution, and work and force due to liquid
pressure problems.
Problem 22 Find the area bounded by the parabolas 2 2 = 0 and 2 + 2 8 = 0
Choices 32 20 16 64
a) 3
square b) 3
square units c) 3
square units d) 3
square
units units
Course Outcome Solve definite and indefinite integrals using basic integration formulas, simple
substitution, logarithmic and exponential functions, basic trigonometric integration
formulas, transformation of trigonometric function and using product of sine and
cosine formulas.
Problem 23 Evaluate the integral of integral of (3x2 + 9y2) dxdy if the interior limits has an upper
limit of y and a lower limit of 0, and whose outer limit has an upper limit of 2 and
lower limit of 0.
Choices a) 40 b) 30 c) 20 d) 10

Course Outcome Solve definite and indefinite integrals using basic integration formulas, simple
substitution, logarithmic and exponential functions, basic trigonometric integration
formulas, transformation of trigonometric function and using product of sine and
cosine formulas.
Problem 24 1 1
Evaluate the integral 0 3 4 + 1

Choices a) 1 1 1
b) (22) c) (22 1) d) (22)
1 3 3 6
(22 1)
6

Course Outcome Solve definite and indefinite integrals using basic integration formulas, simple
substitution, logarithmic and exponential functions, basic trigonometric integration
formulas, transformation of trigonometric function and using product of sine and
cosine formulas.
Problem 25 Evaluate the double integral of r sin u dr du. The limits of r is 0 and cos u. The limits
of u are 0 and pi.
Choices a) 1 b) 1/2 c) 0 d) 1/3