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CATEGORY B1 B2 B3

To be completed after studying module 1 Mathematics

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.

complete the paper then check your answers with

those given at the back. Check that you understand

the correct answer for those questions that you

made an incorrect response to.

Licence by Post EASA 66 1/1

(a) -10

(b) -28

(c) 50

(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

25

(a)

12

54

(b)

26

(c) 2 113

-1-

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:

(b) A proper fraction.

(c) A mixed number.

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

(a) 0.047

(b) 0.04702

(c) 0.047015

-2-

14. 20.0155 correct to two decimal places is:

(a) 20.016

(b) 20

(c) 20.02

(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

(a) 1

(b) 7

(c) 4 13

-3-

10 6 10 3

20. 10 9 10 3 simplified is:

(a) 1018

(b) 103

(c) 10-6

(a) 105

(b) 103

(c) 104

(a) x = 6 or x = 2

(b) x = 8 or x = -12

(c) x = 4 or x = -4

(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

(a) 1.8%

(b) 0.5%

(c) 2%

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

(b) 600 mph.

(c) 167 mph.

-4-

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

(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

(a) 0

(b) 0.5

(c) 1

-5-

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

(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

(a) y = 3x + 6

(b) y = -x2 + 3

(c) y = -2x + 6

-6-

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)

(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

-7-

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

ordinates would be:

(a) 5, 53.13

(b) 9, 16

(c) the same, ie 3, 4

-8-

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

(b) Quadratic equation.

(c) Exponential equation.

-9-

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

area?

(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

(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?

(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

(a) 0111101010112

(b) 0010100111002

(c) 1000101010012

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69. 84810 expressed in hexadecimal form is:

(a) 3BC16

(b) 2F16

(c) 35016

(a) 33010

(b) 95410

(c) 6910

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Licence By Post EASA 66 1/1

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%.

LBP Multiple choice answers (answers should be checked)

Question 2 (a) Question 33 (c)

Question 3 (a) Question 34 (c)

Question 4 (c) Question 35 (a)

Question 5 (b) Question 36 (b)

Question 6 (c) Question 37 (c)

Question 7 (a) Question 38 (c)

Question 8 (a) Question 39 (a)

Question 9 (b) Question 40 (a)

Question 10 (c) Question 41 (a)

Question 11 (a) Question 42 (b)

Question 12 (a) Question 43 (a)

Question 13 (b) Question 44 (c)

Question 14 (c) Question 45 (c)

Question 15 (a) Question 46 (b)

Question 16 (a) Question 47 (b)

Question 17 (c) Question 48 (a)

Question 18 (a) Question 49 (c)

Question 19 (b) Question 50 (a)

Question 20 (b) Question 51 (a)

Question 21 (c) Question 52 (a)

Question 22 (a) Question 53 (b)

Question 23 (b) Question 54 (b)

Question 24 (a) Question 55 (c)

Question 25 (a) Question 56 (a)

Question 26 (c) Question 57 (c)

Question 27 (b) Question 58 (a)

Question 28 (c) Question 59 (b)

Question 29 (c) Question 60 (b)

Question 30 (a) Question 61 (a)

Question 31 (a) Question 62 (c)

Question 63 (b)

Question 64 (b)

Question 65 (a)

Question 66 (c)

Question 67 (b)

Question 68 (a)

Question 69 (c)

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