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3 -2x = 27

m2/3 - m-1/3 2

-2x ln 3 = ln 27

(-1)2/3 (1)2 / 3 2 thus; answer is negative 1 3

1. How many different numbers of eight digits each x =-

2

can be formed by using three 4’s, three 6’s and 5. Determine the real root of the equation y = x3 –

two 8’s? 4x2 – 12 x –6 = f(x) , to the nearest thousand.

A. 560 * C. 840 A. 5.231 C. 6.124 * 9. Suppose a trip from dormitory to the lake at 30

B. 1250 D. 720 B. 7.312 D. 3.124 mph takes 12 minutes longer than the return trip

Solution to Problem No. 1 Solution to Problem No. 5 at 48 mph. How far are the dormitory and the

Use PERMUTATION of n things with r, s, and t alike: Use Reverse-Engineering or Used Shift Solve of your 991MS Calculator :

lake?

n! y = x3 - 4x2 - 12 x - 6 = f(x)

A. 20 miles C. 15 miles

N= where : n = 8 , r = 3 , s = 3 and t = 2

r! s! t! solve f(x) when x = 6.124 B. 18 miles D. 16 miles *

r = 3 ( there are three 4's)

f (6.124) = (6.124)3 - 4(6.124)2 12(6.124) 6 0.169 Solution to Problem No. 9

s = 3 ( there are three 6's)

The above given equation can be written as: Distance travelled in both directions are equal : This is a uniform

t = 2 ( there are three 8's )

8! x3 - 4x 2 - 12 x - 6 = 0.169 motion problem. Use: Distance = Veloctiy x time

N= = 560

3! 3! 2! x3 - 4x 2 - 12 x - 6.169 = 0 use calculator to solve the roots 12

30 t + = 48 ( t )

x = 6.123996 6.124 60

2. What is the 17th term of the sequence 68, 56, 44, t = 0.125 hr

32 … 6. If tan A = 1/3 and cot B = 2, tan ( A – B ) is equal Distance = 48 (0.125 ) = 6 miles

A. – 124 * C. 234 to : ______

B. – 324 D. 421 A. 11/7 C. – 11/7 10. Which of the following quadratic equations whose

B. – 1/7 * D. 1/7 sum and product of the roots are 4 and 7

Solution to Problem No. 2

Solution to Problem No. 6

respectively.

A. x2 – 4x + 7 = 0 * C. x2 – 2x + 8 = 0

1

The terms 68, 56, 44, 32 ... are forming AP of common difference equal to -112.

tan A =

3

cot B = 2 B. x2 – 5x + 10 = 0 D. x2 – 10x + 15 =

d = 32 - 44 = 44 - 56 = 56 - 68 = -12 A 18.43 B = 26.56

0

The 17th term a17 : 1

tan ( A - B ) = tan ( 18.43 - 26.56 ) = -0.142857 -

an = a1 +( n -1 )(d ) 7 Solution to Problem No. 10

a17 = 68 +(17-1)(-12) = - 124 The sum of Roots is: The Product of Roots is ::

7. Solve the root of the given equation B C

- = 4 then B = -4A = 7 then C = 7A

3. What is the fifty-fifth term of 1, -1, 1, -1 … 2x - 6 + 9 - x = 0 . A A

A. 1 * C. 0 The quadratic equation is :

A. 5 C. 10

B. -1 D. infinity Ax 2 + Bx + C = 0

B. – 5 D. no solution *

Solution to Problem No. 7 Ax 2 4Ax + 7A = 0

Solution to Problem No. 3

x2 4 x 7 0

2x - 6 + 9 - x = 0

2x - 6 = - 9 - x eqn. 1

Evaluating the pattern of the given numbers then it is abvious that Square both sides of the equation : 11. The first term of geometric sequence is 3 and the

it is alternating postive and negative 1.

- fourth term is -24. Find the sum of the first 10

2 2

2x - 6 = 9-x

Positive 1 for odd's place and negative 1 for even's place; like 2nd 4th , 6th and so on..

2x - 6 = 9 - x terms ?

By Inspection therefore ;

x=5 A. – 1320 C. – 1230

55th term = - 1

If this value is to be substituted to the above equation 1, B. – 1983 D. – 1023 *

the left side plus/minus 2 is always equal to negative 2.

Solution to Problem No. 11

and 5 is called extraneous root.

4. Which of the following is the value of m for the

Therefore, the answer is NO SOLUTION. a4 = a1 r 3 then -24 = 3 r 3

given equation m (raised to negative 2/3) – m r=-2

(raised to negative 1/3 ) – 2 = 0. Solve for x: 3 (raised to – 2x ) = 27.

A. 1 C. 0

8.

S=

a1 1 - r 2 = 3 1 (2) 1023

10

B. – 1 * D. 5 B. 2/3 D. – 3/2 *

Solution to Problem No. 3 Solution to Problem No. 8

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12. If the probability that a player shoots a 3-point 2x y xy 18. Solve the inequality : (3x – 2 ) ( 5x – 12 )

A. * C.

range is 2/5, determine the probability of shooting 3 2 A. x 5 * C. x < 5

5 out of 8 attempts. 3x y

A. 28.4 % C. 31.1 % B.

4

D. none of these B. x > 5 D. x 5

B. 12.4 % * D. 21.3 % Solution to Problem No. 18

Solution to Problem No. 14

Solution to Problem No. 12

3 x 2 5 x 12

x1-10

Use Repeated Trials: x= then 110 10x 10 2x

10

2 3

5 8-5

x1-5

5 x or x 5

P = nCr pr qn-r 8C5 0.124 = 12.4% y= then 15 5y

5 5 5

the sum of 15 numbers is :

19. What is the multiplicative inverse of x?

110 15 10 x 5 y 2x + y

A. – x C. 1/x *

15 15

=

3 B. – 1/x D. x2

Solution to Problem No. 19

15. Five balls numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are placed in

an urn. If one ball is drawn one at a time at 1

The the multiplicative inverse of x is .

x

random without replacing the ball after drawing,

what is the probability that they are in ascending 20. Two ships are observed from a cliff that is 512 ft

order? high. At a certain instant the angles of depression

A. 1/24 C. 1/120 * as observed are 215’ and 310’. How far are the

B. 0.20 D. 0.02 ships if they are in line and directly outward the

Solution to Problem No. 14 observer?

A. 7654 C. 7450

B. 7540 * D. 7456

13. The illumination received for a light source varies There is only one way of getting it in order and 5 ! ways of getting 5 distinct balls. Solution to Problem No. 19

inversely as the square of the distance from the Thus; the probability is :

source and directly as its candle power. At what 1 1 512

P =

distance from a 50-cp light would the illumination 5! 120 215’ 310’

x y

be one-half that received at 20 ft from a 40-cp

light?

512 512

A. 10 10 C. 3 5 tan 2o 15'= tan 3o 10'=

x+y y

16. If x = y and y = x . This illustrates which axiom in

B. 5 2 D. 5 2 Algebra? x+y=

512

® eqn. 1 y=

512

® eqn. 2

tan2° 15' tan 3o 10'

Solution to Problem No. 13 A. symmetric axiom C. reflexive axiom Use equation 2 :

P P B. transitive axiom D. inverse axiom 512 512

I then I = k x + =

d2 d2 Solution to Problem No. 16 tan 3o 10' tan2° 15'

50 40 x = 3,776.88 ( bonus )

1/2 I1 = k equation 1 and I2 = k equation 2 If x = y and y = x then it is symmetric Axiom

(d )2 (20)2

Divide equation 2 by 1 :

21. An spherical balloon is inflated. During the each

17. The time required for two examinees to solve the second its radius expands by an amount equal to

40

k same problem differs by two minutes. Together 0.01 in. less than the radius expanded during the

I1 (20)2

they can solve 32 problems in one hour. How

1/2 I1

k

50 previous second. If the radius R expands at the

(d )2 long will it take for the slower problem solver to rate of 0.35 in. per second when R = 18 in., what

1 d2 solve a problem ? is R exactly 30 seconds later?

2= •

10 50 A. 5 minutes * C. 3 minutes A. 30.14 C. 24.15 *

d = 1000 10 10 B. 2 minutes D. 4 minutes B. 20.78 D. 23.14

Solution to Problem No. 17 Solution to Problem No. 21

14. The mean of 10 numbers is x and the mean of

another 5 numbers is y. What is the mean of the 1 1 32

=

x x 2 60

15 numbers? x=5

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The sequence of the increase in radius is 0.35, 0.34, 0.33... B. 9 D. 1,674,000 29. Jones can paint a car in 8 hours. Smith can paint

then; an = a1+ (n -1)(d) the same car in 6 hours. They start to paint the car

Solution to Problem No. 25

a30 = 0.35+ (30 -1)(-0.01) = 0.06

N= = 15,600,000 together. After 2 hours, Jones leaves for lunch and

The sum :

Smith finishes painting the car alone. How long

n 30

S = a 1+ an 0.35 0.06 6.15 Any of the 26 will it take Smith to do the job alone.

2 2 letters in the

thus; the radius after 30 seconds is 18 + 6.15 = 24.15 in. alphabet can be A. 2.1 hrs C. 2.5 hrs *

used. B. 3.5 hrs D. 3.0 hrs

22. The quantity 1 – tanh2x is equal to: Solution to Problem No. 29

26. The unit “gross” means

A. – sech2 x C. csch2 x 1 1 1

2 A. 100 pieces C. 12 dozens * 2 + (x) = 1

B. cosh x D. sech2 x * 6 8 6

B. 100 dozens D. 120 pieces

Solution to Problem No. 22 x = 2.5 hrs

Solution to Problem No. 25

Using trigonometric identities:

30. The sum of the digits of a three-digit number is 6.

1 – tan h x = sec h x

2 2 “ Gross “ means 12 dozens

The hundreds digit is twice the units digit, and the

23. If ( 2log x to the base 4 ) – ( log 9 to the base 4 ) 27. A chemist has 300 grams of 20% hydrochloric tens digit is equals the sum of the two other. Find

= 2, find x: acid solution. He wishes to drain some off and the number.

A. 10 C. 12 * replace it with an 80% solutions so as to obtain a A. 231 * C. 321

B. 13 D. 11 25% solution. How many grams must he drain and B. 123 D. 213

Solution to Problem No. 23

replace with the 80 % solution ?

Solution to Problem No. 30

A. 20 C. 12

2log4 x - log4 9=2 Use reverse engineering:

B. 23 D. 25 *

x2 The sum of the digits of the number 231 is six , the hundred digit is 2

log4 = 2 Solution to Problem No. 27

9 which is twice the unit digit 1. The tens digit is 3, which if the sum of the

hundred and unit digits which are 2 and 1 respectively.

log4 x 2 / 9 = 42 80% 25%

4 20% 20%

Answer: 231

x2 + x = 300

= 16 300 - x

9

x = 12 31. Two ships A and B are sailing from point O along

0.20(300) – 0.20x + 0.80x = 0.25(300)

the routes

x = 25

such that the angle AOB is 120°. Ship A is sailing

24. Terry losses 18 lbs in 6 months, 12 lbs in the next 28. What is the sum of the coefficient in the expansion at 20 kph while ship B at 30 kph. How fast is the

6 months , 8 in the next 6 months and so on for a of distance between them changing if at a certain

long time. What is the maximum total weight lost ( 2x – 1 ) 20 ? instant, AO = 8 km and OB = 6 km?

? A. 0 * C. 2 A. 42.74 kph * C. 40.22 kph

A. 60 lbs C. 54 lbs * B. 1 D. 3 B. 45.75 kph D. 43.65 kph

B. 45 lbs D. 35 lbs B

Solution to Problem No. 28 Solution to Problem No. 31

Solution to Problem No. 24 Cosine Law x=6

the terms 18, 12, 8... form GP of common ratio 2/3. The sum of coefficients can be solved by substituting the value of x equal to 1 z2 = x 2 + y 2 - 2 x y cos120o

and if there is a constant it must be raised to the same exponent as of the O

maximum total weight loss will be attained infinity: binomial and subtract it from original. dz x dx/dt +y dy/dt -cos120o x(dy / dt ) y (dx / dt ) 120

=

a 18 dt z z

S= 1 = 54 Sum of Coef. = [ 2(1) – 1 ] 20 - (1)25 = 0

1-r 1 - 2/3 dz 8 20 +6 30 -cos120 8(30) 6(20)

o

= x=8

dt (8)2 (6)2 2(8)(60)cos120

dz

= 42.74

dt A

up all merchandise 50 percent of cost. If he sells a

25. How many automobile license plates of six ring for Php 1500, what did he pay the wholesale

symbols can be made if each one begins with for it?

three letters and the ends with 3 digits. A. Php 1500 C. Php 1000 *

A. 15,600,000 * C. 27 B. Php 2000 D. Php 800

Any of the 10

numbers can be

nd

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Solution to Problem No. 32 There are 42 minutes from 3:14 at 3:56.

x ( 1 + 0.50 ) = 1500 S = V t = 12 mi/hr ( 42 / 60 ) hr = 8.4 miles

x = 1000

1500 x

40. Engr. Hermo needs to work five-sixth of a year to

pay his car loan. If Tony begins working on March

33. Eight men can dig 150 ft of trench in 7 hrs. Three 1st, at the end of what month will he first be able to

c - 5.35 c - 5.35

men can backfill 100 ft of trench in 4 hrs. How long tan 24 = eqn. 1 tan 45 = eqn. 2 pay off his loan ?

x + 1500 1500

will it take 10 men to dig and fill the 200 ft of using eqns 1 and 2 and solve for c : A. June C. October

trench? B. August D. December *

A. 9 hrs and 52 min * C. 8 hrs and 40 c = 1209.6 m

Solution to Problem No. 40

min

B. 10 hrs and 3 min D. 7 hrs and 34 5 5

(1 year) = 12 10 months , so , from march the tenth month is

min 6 6

36. Sheri’s age in 20 years will be the same as Terry’s December.

Solution to Problem No. 33 age is now. Ten years from now, Terry’s age will Answer : December

Rdig =

(8 men)(7 hrs)

= 0.3733

man-hours A. 20 * C. 30 41. A project can be done by 70 men in 100 days.

150 ft ft B. 10 D. 25 There were 80 men at the start of the project but

Rate of Backfilling :

(3 men)( 4 hrs) man-hours Solution to Problem No. 35

after 50 days , 20 of them had to be transferred to

Rbfill = = 0.12

100 ft ft

x = Sheri’s age now.

another project. How long will it take the remaining

The total time : when there are 10 men and

y = terries age now. workforce to complete the job ?

t dig + tbackfill = t total

x + 20 = y A. 70 C. 80

0.3733 (200) 0.12 (200)

= t y + 10 = 2 ( x + 10 ) B. 50* D. 100

10 10

t = 9.86 hrs or 9 hrs and 52 minutes This is 2 equation s two unknowns. Use calculator:

Solution to Problem No. 41

x = 20

37. What is the mean proportional to 3 and 12? Use man-hour Analysis :

34. A man bought 20 chickens for P 20.00. The cocks (70)(100) = 80( 50 ) + 60 ( x )

A. 4 C. 8

cost P 3.00 each, the hens P 1.50 each and the x = 50

B. 6 * D. 5

chicks cost P 0.50 each. How many chicks did he

buy ? Solution to Problem No. 37

A. 13 * C. 15 Mean proportional is = x1x 2 3(12) 6 42. What is the value of the square root of – 5 x

B. 10 D. 8 square root of - 10 ?

Solution to Problem No. 34 38. If nine candles are blown out on birthday cake A. square root of 50 C. negative square root of

x + y + z = 20 eqn. 1 containing seven times as many candles 50 *

3x + 1.4y + 0.5z = 20 eqn. 2 altogether, how many candles are there all in all ? B. imaginary D. square root of 50 times i

This is 2 equations 3 unknowns : use the solutions for Deophantine equations. A. 2 C. 63 *

Answer: z = 13 B. 16 D. 72 43. If sin = 3/5 and cos = 5/13 , find the sin ( +

).

35. The top of the cliff C is observed from A to have a Solution to Problem No. 38 A. 0.97 * C. 0.87

vertical angle of 24. The observer then moves There are seven times as many candles; thus ; 7 x 9 = 63 B. 0.78 D. 0.77

horizontally towards the cliff at point B 1500 m

44. If the first and the fourth terms of a harmonic

from A and found out that the vertical angle of C is 39. Engr Cuervo passes a farmhouse at 3:14 PM. At progression are 1/3 and 1/9 respectively, find the

45. A, B and C lie on the same vertical plane. 3:56 PM he passes the second farm house. If he 8th term.

Find the elevation of the cliff if the height of was traveling at uniform rate of 12 mph, how far A. 1/14 C. 1/17 *

instrument at A is 5.35 m above the sea level. apart are the farmhouses? B. 1/11 D. 1/14

A. 1209.6 m * C. 1450.7 m A. 1.2 miles C. 3.0 miles

B. 1325.4 m D. 1190.4 m B. 3.6 miles D. 8.4 miles * 45. How many times will a clock strikes in 24 hours if

it strikes only at the hours ?

Solution to Problem No. 35 Solution to Problem No. 39 A. 156 times * C. 48 times

B. 78 times D. 24 hours

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brand preference, 120 were found to prefer brand

x only, 200 prefer brand y only, 150 prefer brand z

only, 370 prefer either brand x or y but not z, 450

prefer brand y or z but not x, and 420 prefer either

brand z or x but not y. How many persons have

no brand preference, satisfied with any of the 3

brands.

A. 230 * C. 180

B. 280 D. 130

your five friends in a party ?

A. 31 * C. 25

B. 36 D. 15

48. The number 5 + 3 3 is :

A. rational number C. surd *

B. integer D. radicand

49. Two men do a job for P 250. If the men are to

share the sum, in the ratio of 2:3 , find each man’s

share .

A. 100, 150 * C. 50 , 100

B. 75, 100 D. 40, 120

50. Cora once went to town to sell some eggs. To the

first customer she sold half her eggs and half an

egg. To the second customer she sold half of what

she then had left and half and egg. To the third

customer, again, she sold half of what she then

had left and half and egg. Three eggs remained.

How many did she start with, assuming that she

did not break any of egg ?

A. 31 * C. 30

B. 33 D. 34

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7. The unit “gross” means B. 8.1 D. 8.7

MATHEMATICS C. 100 pieces C. 12 dozens *

B.

TAKE HOME EXAM D. 100 dozens D. 120 pieces

INSTRUCTION: Select the correct answer for each of 8. What is the multiplicative inverse of x?

the following questions. Mark only one answer for C. – x C. 1/x *

each item by shading the box corresponding to the D. – 1/x D. x2

letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. 9. Two sides of a triangle are 6 m and 9 m

STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. Use pencil 16. Find the probability of getting exactly 12 out of 30

respectively. If the included angle is changing at

No. 1 only. questions on a true or false question.

the rate of 2 rad per second, at what rate is the

A. 0.12 C. 0.15

third side when the included angle is 60 ?

B. 0.08 * D. 0.04

1. An Engineer saved 25% of his income last month. A. 11.78 m/s * C. 17.82 m/s

If his expenses increase by 50%, how much must B. 12.45 m/s D. 10.18 m/s 17. If a regular polygon has 27 diagonals, then it is

his income increase if he has no savings? a:

10. Find the slope of the line having the parametric A. Nonagon * C. Hexagon

A. 15.75 % C. 25.50 % equation y = 4t + 6 and x = t + 1.

B. 12.50 % * D. 17.50 % B. Pentagon D. Heptagon

A. 2 C. 4 *

B. 3 D. 5 18. Each of the faces of a regular hexahedron is a :

2. If the superelevation of a 150 m highway curve is

10 degrees, what is the permissible velocity that 11. Solve the inequality : (3x – 2 ) ( 5x – 12 ) A. triangle C. rectangle

the car may be given in order to maintain motion A. x 5 * C. x < 5 B. square * D. hexagon

along the curve? 19. Determine x, so that; x , 2x + 7 , 10x - 7 will be a

A. 58 kph * C. 60 kph B. x > 5 D. x 5 geometric progression.

B. 72 kph D. 65 kph 12. The quantity 1 – tanh2x is equal to: A. 7, -7/12 C. 7, -14/5

C. – sech2 x C. csch2 x B. 7, -5/6 D. 7, - 7/6 *

3. What is the volume of a spherical pyramid whose D. cosh2x D. sech2 x *

spherical excess is 200 degrees and the radius of 20. The BPI Family Bank advertises 9.5% accounts

the sphere is 5 units? 13. A water tank is a horizontal circular cylinder 10 that yield 9.84 % annually. Find how often is the

A. 145.44 * C. 132.89 feet long and 10 feet in diameter. If the water interest compounded ?

B. 159.21 D. 167.12 inside is 7. 5 feet deep, determine the volume of A. Monthly C. Quarterly *

the water contained. B. Semi-annually D. Continuously

4. A metal ball is dropped from a height of 2 meters A. 600.26 ft3 C. 568.67 ft3

above a smooth floor. How high will it rebound if 21. In Mathematics examination , a student may

the coefficient of restitution between the ball and B. 663.44 ft3 D. 631.85 ft3 * select 7 problems from a set of 10 problems . In

the floor is 0.80? how many ways can he make his choice ?

A. 1.28 m * C. 1.63 m 14. In a box there are 25 coins consisting of quarters, A. 120 * C. 720

B. 1.42 m D. 1.51 m nickels and dimes with a total amount of $ 2.75. If B. 530 D. 320

the nickels were dimes, the dimes were quarters

5. A hollow spherical shell has a radius of 10 units and the quarters were nickels, the total amount 22. Find the probability that a couple having 3

and a mass of 20. What is its mass moment of would be $ 3.75. How many quarters are there ? children will have at least one girl.

inertia? ( Note: Nickel = 5 cents, Dime = 10 cents, Quarter 7 3

A. 1289.3 C. 1620.0 = 25 cents). A. * C.

8 4

B. 1450.2 D. 1333.3 * A. 12 C. 10

B. 16 D. 5 * 1 5

B. D.

2x2 3x 1 2 8

6. Evaluate: lim . 15. Find the distance of the directrix from the center

x 6x2 of an ellipse if its major axis is 10 and its minor 23. A car weighing 12 kN including its own cargo is

A. 1/3 * C. infinity axis is 8. moving down a 30 slope. The driver sees an

B. 3 D. 1 A. 8.5 C. 8.3 * obstruction way ahead, so he applies the brakes

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at the instant that his speed is 20 m/s. What 31. If the general equation of the conic is Ax2 + 2Bxy A. Arithmetic progression * C. Infinite

constant force parallel to the road must be + Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0., and B2 – 4 AC > 0 , progression

provided by the brakes so that the car should stop then the conic is : B. Geometric progression D. Harmonic

in a distance of 100 m ? A. circle C. ellipse progression

A. 8446.5 N * C. 9775.6 N B. parabola D. hyperbola *

39. How much money you must invest today in order

32. What curve is represented by the equation r = a

B. 7384.5 N D. 6385.6 N to withdraw P1000 annually for 10 years if the

.

interest rate is 12%?

A. Spiral of Archimedes * C.

24. Determine the radius of the sphere whose A. P 5650 * C. P 6145

equation is : x2 + y2 + z2 – 2x + 8y + 16z + 65 = 0 Cardioid B. P 5808 D. P 6454

A. 5 units C. 4 units * B. Four - Leaved Rose D. Three-

B. 3 units D. 6 units leaved Rose 40. What is the present worth of a P 500 annuity

starting at the end of the third year and continuing

(x x)

3 33. What is the remainder when 5x6 – 4x4 – 7x3 + 2x – to the end of the fourth year, if the annual interest

25. What is the limit value of y = as x 3 is divided by x + 1 .

x x

2 rate is 10%.

A. 3 * C 4

approaches to zero? A. P 717.16 * C. P 720.32

B. 2 D. 5

A. 1 * C. indeterminate B. P 842.21 D. P 652.12

B. 0 D. 3 34. Find the smallest positive integer n such that the

nth derivative of cos x with respect to x is cos x. 41. What is the coefficient of the 8th term of the

26. The sides of a triangle are 8 cm , 10 cm, and 14 A. 2 C. 4 * expansion of

cm . Determine the radius of the inscribed and B. 3 D. 5 (2x – 3y)9?

circumscribing circle. A. –314928 * C. –213258

A. 3.45, 7.14 C. 2.45, 8.14 B. 314928 D. 213258

B. 2.45, 7.14 * D. 3.45, 8.14

42. A 250 kg block rest on a 30° plane. If the

35. The piston of an engine is connected by a 12-inch coefficient of friction is 0.20, find the horizontal

27. Each angle of the regular dodecagon is equal to connecting rod to a point on a crank that rotates

________ degrees. force applied on the block to prevent the block

on a 4-inch radius about the crankshaft. If the

A. 135 C. 125 from sliding down the plane.

crankshaft has an angular speed of 3000

B. 150 * D. 105 A. 73.89 kg C. 82.23 kg

revolutions per minute, determine the rectilinear B. 78.89 kg D. 84.57 kg *

speed of the piston per second, when the crank

28. If eccentricity e of a conic is equal to one , the is 90 degrees to the motion of the piston.

conic has : 43. What is the effective rate of 18% compounded

A. 1,319 C. 1,257 *

A. 2 vertices C. one vertex * semi-quarterly?

B. 1,194 D. 1,131 A. 19.48% * C. 19.25%

B. greater than 2 vertices D. no vertex

36. Evaluate the Lim ( - 2x ) tan x B. 19.67% D. 19.18 %

x / 2

29. The conic is symmetric with respect to its :

A. latus rectum C. major axis A. 2 * C.

B. principal axis * D. minor axis 44. Money paid for use of borrowed capital.

B. 0 D. 1 A. Interest rate C. Net income

30. The rule stating that the limit of the ratio of two B. Gross income D. Interest *

37. Find the probability of getting a prime number

functions of the same variable x as x approaches thrice by tossing

a value a , is equal to the limit of the ratios of 45. A man walks across the bridge at a rate of 5 fps as

a die 5 times.

their derivatives with respect to x. a boat

A. 0.3125 * C. 0.4125

A. Newton’s Rule C. L’Hospital’s passes directly beneath him at 10 fps. If the bridge

B. 0.3250 D. 0.3725

Rule * is 30 ft above the water, how fast are the man and

B. De Gias’ Rule D. Leibniz Rule 38. It is a sequence of numbers such that successive the boat separating after 3 seconds?

terms differ A. 7.33 fps C. 10.33 fps

by a constant. B. 8.33 fps * D. 9.33 fps

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INSTRUCTION: Select the correct answer for each of triangles is 6/7. If the area of the larger triangle is

46. The capacity to do work. the following questions. Mark only one answer for 98, find the area of the smaller triangle.

A. Energy * C. Power each item by shading the box corresponding to the A. 70 C. 64

B. Potential D. Momentum letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. B. 84 D. 72 *

STRICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. Use pencil

47. The natural length of a spring is 10 cm. A force of No. 1 only.

10 kN will 8. What is the volume of a spherical pyramid whose

stretched it to a total length of 16 cm. Find the 1. In how many ways can 9 books be arranged on a spherical

work done in stretching it to a total length of 17 shelf so that 5 of the books are always together? excess is 100° and the radius of the sphere is 10

cm. A. 14,400 * C. 10,800 * units?

A. 408.33 J * C. 420.55 J B. 16,200 D. 12,500 A. 581.78 * C. 532.23

B. 530.54 J D. 582.21 J B. 550.23 D. 592.28

2. The rate at which yeast multiply is proportional to

48. Two ships A and B are sailing from point O along the number

the routes present. If the original number doubles in 2 hours, 9. If the first derivative of a function is a constant,

such that the angle AOB is 120°. Ship A is sailing in how many hours will it triple? then the

at 20 kph while ship B at 30 kph. How fast is the A. 3.17 hours * C. 2.16 hours function is

distance between them changing if at a certain B. 3.03 hours D. 2.84 hours A. sinusoidal C. logarithmic

instant, AO = 8 km and OB = 6 km? B. linear * D. quadratic

A. 42.74 kph * C. 40.22 kph 3. A piece of paper is 0.05 in thick. Each time the

B. 45.75 kph D. 43.65 kph paper is folded 10. Determine how much water should be evaporated

into half, the thickness is doubled. If the paper was from a 50 kg of 30% salt solution to produce a

folded 12 times, how thick in feet the folded paper 60% salt solution.

be? A. 20 kg C. 30 kg

A. 205.4 in C. 204.8 in * B. 25 kg * D. 28 kg

B. 202.8 in D. 203.4 in

11. The simplest form of business organization.

A. Sole proprietorship * C. Partnership

4. A man planned of building a house. The cost of

B. Cooperative D. Enterprise

construction is

P 500,000 while annual maintenance costs is

estimated at P 10,000. If the interest rate is 6%,

12. A car is driven 200 km at a uniform speed. If its

what is the capitalized cost of the house?

speed If its

A. P 526,666 C. P 583,222

speed had been 10 km/hr less, the trip would have

B. P 666,667 * D. P 687,333

taken 1 hour and 40 minutes more. Find the speed

5. Determine the average horsepower required to of the car.

raise a 150 kg A. 40 kph * C. 45 kph

drum to a height of 20 m over a period of one B. 42 kph D. 43 kph

minute. 13. If 3 x 9 y and 27 y 81z , find x/z?

A. 0.56 C. 0.80 A. 5/3 C. 3/5

B. 0.66 * D. 0.75 B. 3/8 D. 8/3 *

6. Recorded current value of an asset. 14. Change in momentum is equal to ____.

A. Book value * C. Scrap value A. work done C. impulse *

B. Fair value D. Market value B. change in KE D. displacement

MATHEMATICS

7. If the ratio of a pair of corresponding altitudes of

TAKE HOME EXAM two similar

15. In a row of 7 seats, 4 men and 3 women are to be

seated with

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the women to occupy the even places. How many 23. A man 6 ft tall is walking at 4 fps away from a plane at an angle of 45°. Find the volume of the

such lamp post 22 ft wedge in cm3.

arrangements are possible? high. At what rate is the tip of his shadow receding A. 612.55 C. 666.67 *

A. 140 ways C. 142 ways from the lamp post? B. 623.32 D. 694.33

B. 144 ways * D. 146 ways A. 6.5 fps C. 5.5 fps *

B. 4.5 fps D. 7.5 fps 31. If the distance x from the point of departure at time

16. A condition where only few individuals produce a t is defined by the equation

24. What is the radius of the circle circumscribing an

certain product and that any action of one will

isosceles right triangle having an area of 162 cm2? x 16 t 2 5000t 5000 , what is the initial

lead to almost the same action of the others. velocity?

A. 10.21cm C. 12.73 cm *

A. Oligopoly * C. monopoly A. 0 C. 5000 *

B. 11.45 cm D. 12.05 cm

B. semi-monopoly D. perfect B. 10,000 D. 2580

competition 25. Find the area of the geometric figure whose

17. All are vectors except, vertices are at 32. What is the curve generated by a point rotating

A. displacement C. mass * (3,0,0), (3,3,0), (0,0,4) and (0,3,4). about its axis while travelling at constant speed

B. torque D. momentum A. 15 * C. 20 parallel to its axis.

B. 16 D. 18 A. Helix * C. spiral of

archimedes

26. A fly of mass 0.2 grams is caught in a spider’s B. Cycloid D. hypocyloid

web. The web

vibrates predominantly with a frequency of 10 Hz. 33. The greatest unit pressure the soil can

18. A circular piece of cardboard with a diameter of continuously withstand.

At what frequency would the web vibrates if a

one meter will A. yield point C. ultimate

mosquito of mass 0.10 grams is trapped?

be made into a conical hat 40 cm high by cutting a strength

A. 14.14 Hz * C. 12.15 Hz

sector off and joining the edges to form a cone. B. bearing strength * D. point of rupture

B. 10.25 Hz D. 16.42 Hz

Determine the diameter of the cone in cm.

A. 40 cm C. 30 cm 27. A ball is dropped into the pavement from a height dx

34. The differential equation +4x=0 has the

B. 50 cm D. 60 cm * of 3 m and dt

rebounds to a height of 2 m. The fraction of initial condition x (0) = 12 . What is value of x (2)

19. Find the 9th term of the harmonic progression 3, 2,

energy lost in the process of striking the pavement ?

3/2….

is A. 3.35 x 10-4 C. 3

A. 5/3 C. 9/4

A. 1/2 C. 1/3 * B. 6 D. 4.03 x 10-3 *

B. 4/9 D. 3/5 *

B. 1/4 D. 1/5

20. Reduction in the level of national income and 35. Solve the differential equation d2x/dt2 + 4x = 0 with

28. The median of a triangle is the line connecting

output usually

the vertex and the midpoint of the opposite side. initial conditions x (0) = 10 , x’(0) = 0.

accompanied by the fall in the general price level. A. x(t) = 10 cos 2t *

For a given triangle, these medians intersects at a

A. Deflation * C. Inflation B. x(t) = 10 cos 2t + 10 sin t

point which is called the,

B. Devaluation D. Depreciation C. x(t) = 10 cos2t + 10 sin 2t

A. orthocenter C. centroid *

21. A regular octagon is inscribed in a circle of radius B. circumcenter D. incenter D. x(t) = 10sin 2t

10. Find the

area of the octagon.

29. At the point of inflection where x = a. 36. Determine ( 1 – 1/n )n as n approaches zero, n

A. f “(a) 0 C. f ”(a) > 0 non-positive.

A. 282.8 * C. 228.8

B. f” (a) = 0 * D. f “(a) < 0 A. 0 C. 1 *

B. 288.2 D. 882.2

B. 0.368 D. infinity

30. A wedge is cut from a cylinder of radius 10 cm by

two planes, 37. Find the smallest positive integer n such that the

22. If a 9.5% account yields 9.84% annually, what is one perpendicular to the axis of the cylinder and nth derivative of cos x with respect to x is cos x.

the mode of the other passing through the diameter of the A. 2 C. 4 *

compounding? section made by the first plane and inclined to this B. 3 D. 5

A. semi-annually C. bi-monthly

B. quarterly * D. monthly

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38. Determine the tangent to the curve 3y2

= at ( 3, x3 A. 5 units C. 4 units *

3 ) and calculate the area of the triangle bounded B. 3 units D. 6 units

by the tangent line , the x-axis , and the line x = 3.

47. Which of the following polar equation is equivalent

A. 3.50 units2 C. 2.50 units2

to the equation x2 + y2 = ay.

B. 3.00 units2 * D. 4.00 units2

A. r = a cos C. r2 = a2 sin

39. Two sides of a triangle are 6 m and 9 m B. r = a sin D. r2 = a2 cos

respectively. If the included angle is changing at

the rate of 2 rad per second, at what rate is the 48. Simplify ( 1 + i )10

third side when the included angle is 60 ? A. – 32i C. – 2i

A. 11.78 m/s * C. 17.82 m/s B. – 16i D. 32i

B. 12.45 m/s D. 10.18 m/s

49. Express by an equation in polar coordinates that

40. Compute the rate of change of the area of a

square with respect to its side at x = 5 inches. the point (r, ) is at distance 4 from (3, 30o).

A. 8 C. 10 A. r2 - 6r cos( - 30o) = 7 C. r2 + 6r sin ( -

B. 14 D. 12 30o) = 7

B. r2 - 6r cos( - 30o) = 25 D. r2 + 6r sin ( -

41. A triangle has a variable sides x, y, z subject to the o

30 ) = 25

constraint such that the perimeter P is fixed is 18

cm. What is the maximum possible area for the 50. Two towns A and B , area situated 8 and 12 km

triangle ? back , respectively from a straight river on the

A. 15.59 cm2 * C. 17.15 cm2 bank of which a pumping station C is to be erected

B. 18.71 cm2 D. 15.76 cm2 to supply water tot both towns. At what point on

42. Pedro can paint a fence 50% faster than Juan the bank of the river should the pumping station

and 20% faster than Pilar, and together they can be built so that the least amount of piping may be

paint a given fence in 4 hrs. How long will it required if the measured if the measured point of

take Pedro to paint the same fence if he had to the river to A and B , respectively is 25 km ?

work alone ? A. 10 km * C. 24 km

A. 12 C. 8 B. 15 km D. 7 km

B. 10 * D. 6

43. For the following statistical data, determine the

standard deviation : 112, 121, 132, 143, 154,

165, 176, 197

A. 23.41 C. 21.28

B. 25.75 D. 19.35

(1/n)

44. Determine ( 1 + n ) as n approaches zero n

non-negative.

A. 1 C. infinity

B. 0 D. 2.718 *

45. The second derivative of the function f(x) is – f(x)

. What is a characteristic of this function ?

A. trigonometric * C. logarithmic

B. exponential D. hyperbolic

46. Determine the radius of the sphere whose

equation is : x2 + y2 + z2 – 2x + 8y + 16z + 65 =

0

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