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Class / Classe: Gr8 Section: ………. Date: ……….……………

Exam in / Examen de: Math Midterm

يمنع استعمال اآللة الحاسبة

Exercice 1: (13½pts)

Consider the expresion:

( ) ( )( )

1- Determine the numerical vlaue of a , so that 5 is a root of P x .(1pt)

2- From this part on, let a 25 .

a. Write ( ) as a product of 2 factors of the 1st degree in . (1pt)

b. Find the 2nd root of ( ) . (½pt)

c. Solve P x x 5 . (1pt)

2

3- Let ( ) ( ) ( )( ) ( )( )

a. Write Q x in the form ax bx c , where a, b & c are integers to be determined. (1½pts)

2

c. Calculate ( ) , then verify that the answer obtained is a decimal fraction. (1pt)

4- Show that ( ) ( )( ). (1pt)

5- Let ABC be any triangle so that ( ) ( ).

a. Does the sideAB exist for x = 5? Justify. (¾pt)

b. Is there a value of x , for which ABC is an isoscles triangle at A? Justify. (1¼pts)

P x

6- Let R x

Q x

a. What does R x represent? Justify. (¾pt)

b. For which value of x is R x not defined ? Deduce the domain of definition of ( ). (1pt)

1

c. Simplify R x and then calculate R .(1pt)

2

d. Solve ( ) . (1pt)

Exercice 2:(13½pts)

Let ABC be a right triangle at A, where ( ) .

( )

1) Prove that: AB = 3cm & BC = 6cm. (2pts)

2) Let O be the midpoint of [BC ] and R be the symmetric of A with respect to (BC ).

a. Draw a clear and coded figure.(see figure below) (1pt)

b. Prove that .(1pt)

c. Deduce the nature of triangle AOB.(¾pt)

d. Prove that the quadrilateral BAOR is a rhombus. (1pt)

3) Let(C ) be the circle circumscribed about triangle ABC & I be the midpoint of [AC ].

a. Indicate the center of circle (C ) and prove that the point R belongs to(C ). (1pt)

b. Show that (OI ) is parallel to (AB ) then deduce its length. (1¼pts)

c. Prove that the points O, I & R are collinear. (1pt)

4) What does the point O represent in the triangle ARC ?Justify. (1pt)

5) (AR) intersects (BC ) at E .

a. Use the two triangles IOC & EOR to show that IC = ER. (1½pts)

b. Show that ̂ ̂ . (1pt)

6) Find the perimeter of ABRO. (1pt)

Exercise 3: (13pts)

In the following table only one of the answers proposed to each question is correct. Indicated it with

justification. ()

Answers

№ Questions

A B C

1. Inverse of B Equal to B

(2pts) B

, then x y

2 2

2. If & (1pt) 36 18 54

( )

( )

+ 8 cm.

3. M & N are respectively the midpoints of [AB] &

[AC] with: ( ) ( )

0<x< 4.5, then x (3pts)

ABCD is a square so that AB = 6cm

A E B

AEGF is a rectangle so that:

EG = 2cm F

G

4. & M

N is a point on [DC] such that:

NC = x cm (0<x<6) & M is a

D N x C

point on [AD] so that DM = 2cm.

The area of the shaded region is (3pts)

The The

[AH] is the height relative to [BC]. We cannot

5. midpoint of midpoint of

The perpendicular bisector (d) of [AH] cuts it at I say anything

[AC] [AB]

& cuts [AB] at R. Then R is (1½pts)

A unique Infinite

6. The equation , admits for (1pt) No solution

solution solutions

ABC is an isosceles triangle at A such that BC = 3cm

& AB = 4cm.

On the parallel drawn from A to (BC), place point D Right Isosceles

7. square

such that AD = BC. trapezoid trapezoid

The parallel drawn from D to (AC) cuts (BC) at E.

Then the quadrilateral ABED is a…….. (1½pts)

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