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## EASA MODULE 1 MATHEMATICS (1/1)

CATEGORY B1 B2 B3
To be completed after studying module 1 Mathematics

## It is recommended that you take this paper as if it is

an actual CAA examination. After-all, it is a learning
tool and the more you get used to doing multi
choice papers the more comfortable you will feel
when doing the actual CAA exam.

## Set your time limit (1.3 minutes per question),

those given at the back. Check that you understand
the correct answer for those questions that you
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(a) -10
(b) -28
(c) 50

## 2. 10 + 6 3 x 3(4) 2 is equal to:

(a) 32
(b) 61.6
(c) 120

5 3
3. + , expressed as a single fraction is equal to:
16 32

13
(a)
32
8
(b)
48
15
(c)
512

3 15
4. is equal to:
4 16

5
(a)
4
45
(b)
64
4
(c)
5

## 5. Dividing 4 12 by 2 16 gives an answer of:

25
(a)
12
54
(b)
26
(c) 2 113

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6. Subtracting 11 4 from 2 2 3 equals:

(a) 11 7
(b) 1 112
(c) 1512

7. The fraction 7
2 is known as:

## (a) An improper fraction.

(b) A proper fraction.
(c) A mixed number.

## 8. In the fraction 3 the value 3 is known as the:

4

(a) Numerator.
(b) Denominator.
(c) Minuend.

9. 1 13 2 5 8 equals:

(a) 2 5 24
(b) 3 12
(c) 3 611

5

(a) 0.8
(b) 0.15
(c) 0.6

(a) 0.0252
(b) 0.063
(c) 0.252

(a) 1.85
(b) 1.84
(c) 1.8

## 13. 0.047015 rounded off to four significant figures is:

(a) 0.047
(b) 0.04702
(c) 0.047015
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14. 20.0155 correct to two decimal places is:

(a) 20.016
(b) 20
(c) 20.02

## 15. 160.035 written to three significant figures is:

(a) 160
(b) 160.03
(c) 160.035

6x 2 y 4 z 3
16. The expression may be simplified to:
18 x 2 y 2 z 2

y2z
(a)
3
(b) 24 x 4 y 6 z 5
(xyz ) 4
(c)
3

7 5
17. + written as a single fraction is:
x y

12
(a)
xy
35
(b)
xy
7 y + 5x
(c)
xy

1 1 1
18. If = + , R is equal to:
R R1 R 2

R 1R 2
(a)
R 2 + R1
2
(b)
R1 + R 2
(c) R1 + R 2

## 19. If 6(x 6) = 15 3(x 4), x is equal to:

(a) 1
(b) 7
(c) 4 13
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10 6 10 3

20. 10 9 10 3 simplified is:

(a) 1018
(b) 103
(c) 10-6

(a) 105
(b) 103
(c) 104

## 22. The solution to the quadratic equation x2 8x = -12 is:

(a) x = 6 or x = 2
(b) x = 8 or x = -12
(c) x = 4 or x = -4

## (a) 2 x 104 metres.

(b) 2 kilometres.
(c) 2 x 10-5 centimetres.

(a) 4r2
4
(b) 3
r3
(c) 2r

(a) 240:160:100
(b) 200:180:120
(c) 210:160:130

## 26. 60mm expressed as a percentage of 3 metres is:

(a) 1.8%
(b) 0.5%
(c) 2%

27. The average speed of an aircraft that travels 7200 miles in 12 hours is:

## (a) 864 mph.

(b) 600 mph.
(c) 167 mph.

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28. The solution for x, to the simultaneous equations
2x + y = 8
and 4x y = 4 is:

(a) x = 12
(b) x = 6 + 2y
(c) x=2

(a) 103
(b) 1
(c) 3

## 30. The characteristic of the common logarithm of 6000 is:

(a) 3
(b) 6
(c) 104

31. Given that the mantissa of the common logarithm of 6.2 is 0.3010, the
common logarithm of 0.0062 is:

(a) 3 .3010
(b) 6.5010
(c) 5.899

32. If the antilog of the common logarithm 2.3424 is 2200, the number
represented is:

(a) 0.22
(b) 220
(c) 22000

2
33. Given that the common logarithm of 0.12 is 1.0792. 0.12 , in
logarithmic form is:

(a) 0.5396
(b) 3 .0792
(c) 1.5396

## 34. The sine of 90 is:

(a) 0
(b) 0.5
(c) 1

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35. The cosine of 0 is:

(a) 1
(b) 0
(c) 0.5

36. Given the sides of the triangle as shown below, the sine of the angle is:

20

10

17.32

(a) 1.732
(b) 0.5
(c) 0.866

## 37. The law of a straight line is:

(a) y = x2
(b) that the line passes through the origin.
(c) y = mx + c

38. y-axis
6
5
4
3
2
1

0 1 2 3 4 x-axis

## The graph shown above represents the equation:

(a) y = 3x + 6
(b) y = -x2 + 3
(c) y = -2x + 6

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39. The gradient of the graph shown below is:

y-axis
4
3
2
1

0 1 2 3 x-axis

(a) 2
(b)
(c) 8

y-axis
4
3
2
1
0 x-axis
-1 1 2 3 4 5
-2
-3
-4
-5

(a) (3,1)
(b) (1,3)
(c) (4,-5)

## (a) Mixed decimal.

(b) Decimal fraction.
(c) Converted decimal.

42. Given that sin = 0.866 and cos = 0.5 then tan is:

0.5
(a)
0.866
0.866
(b)
0. 5
(c) 0.866 0.5

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43. The area of a circle is calculated from the formula:

d 2
(a)
4
(b) 2r2 where r = radius
(c) r and d = diameter

44. The sum of the binary numbers 111 and 11 in denary form is:

(a) 50
(b) 5
(c) 10

45. The equivalent denary number of the binary number 10100 is:

(a) 101
(b) 2
(c) 20

46. The sum of the binary numbers 10100 and 1110 in binary form is:

(a) 11010
(b) 100010
(c) 100000

(a) 10000
(b) 101000
(c) 1100

48.
y-axis
4 * (3,4)
3
2
1
0
1 2 3 4 5 x-axis

## The point shown as (3,4) using Cartesian co-ordinates in polar co-

ordinates would be:

(a) 5, 53.13
(b) 9, 16
(c) the same, ie 3, 4

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49.

a
b

(a) bc
a
(b)
b
b
(c)
c

(a) 4.5
(b) 5.4
(c) 4.7

(a) 11011
(b) 11010
(c) 10101

(a) 45
(b) 42
(c) 43

(a) a2 + b2
(b) a2 b2
(c) a2 + ab

## (a) Simultaneous equation.

(c) Exponential equation.

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55. A right angle triangle has sides of 8, 12 and 14.4 units long. What is the
area?

## (a) 1536 units squared.

(b) 96 units squared.
(c) 48 units squared.

56. The formula to find the outside area of a cylinder (excluding the ends),
with radius r and length l is:

(a) 2rl
(b) r2l
(c) 2rl2

(a) y = Lx 3ab
(b) y = L(x 3ab)
x 3ab
(c) y=
L

8 4

(a) 0.09
(b) 0.91
(c) 1.91

## (a) A common denominator is required.

(b) No common denominator is required.
(c) Both lines of figures are multiplied and the answer inverted.

60. A control chain is allowed to extend (due to wear) by 3%. If the length,
new, was 29cm what is its maximum worn length?

(a) 0.87cm
(b) 29.87cm
(c) 34.8cm

61. A right angled triangle has two sides each 4cm long. What is the length
of the hypotenuse?

## (a) 5.5cm approximately.

(b) 6cm approximately.
(c) 7cm approximately.

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62. Make x the subject of the equation:

y = ax2 + b + c

(a) x= yabc
ybc
(b) x=
a
y b+c
(c) x=
a

(a) 118
(b) 1308
(c) 168

(a) 1010
(b) 65410
(c) 15210

(a) 001001110101
(b) 100101010110
(c) 001100000101

(a) 101012
(b) 101102
(c) 111102

(a) 3310
(b) 5510
(c) 4410

## 68. 7AB16 converted into binary form would be:

(a) 0111101010112
(b) 0010100111002
(c) 1000101010012

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69. 84810 expressed in hexadecimal form is:

(a) 3BC16
(b) 2F16
(c) 35016

## 70. 3BA16 when written as a decimal number becomes:

(a) 33010
(b) 95410
(c) 6910

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## Subject Mathematics EASA Module 1 B1 B2 B3 Licence

Assessment number 1 of 1

A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C
1 21 41 61 81

2 22 42 62 82

3 23 43 63 83

4 24 44 64 84

5 25 45 65 85

6 26 46 66 86

7 27 47 67 87

8 28 48 68 88

9 29 49 69 89

10 30 50 70 90

11 31 51 71 91

12 32 52 72 92

13 33 53 73 93

14 34 54 74 94

15 35 55 75 95

16 36 56 76 96

17 37 57 77 97

18 38 58 78 98

19 39 59 79 99

20 40 60 80 100

ON COMPLETION OF THE PAPER CHECK YOUR ANSWERS AGAINST THE MARKING GUIDE
ATTACHED. DOUBLE CHECK ANY CORRECTED ANSWERS. PASS MARK 75%.

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