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P3 Exam
Mathematics
Grade 10
(2011  2012)
Student’s Name: ................................
Section: .................
Math  P3 Revision Page 1
 Simplify each logarithm.
1.
5
1
log
25
2.
6
log 6 6
3.
4
log 2
4.
3
7
log 49
5.
3
2
1
log
4
6.
1
2
log 8
Math  P3 Revision Page 2
 Solve for x.
1.
6
log 3 x =
2.
4
3
log
2
x = ÷
3. log 64 6
x
=
4.
1
log 7
2
x
= ÷
5. ln 3 x =
6. ln( 4) 1 x ÷ = ÷
7.
2
ln 9 x =
Math  P3 Revision Page 3
8. 2
x
e =
9.
2
25
x
e =
10.
2
2
x
e
÷
=
11. 3
x
e =
12. ln(ln ) 0 x =
13. ln 1 x =
14. ln ln( 3) ln10 x x + + =
15.
2
7 12 0
x e
e e ÷ + =
Math  P3 Revision Page 4
16.
2
3 7 3 10 0
x x
÷ · + =
 Express
2 3
6
log M N in terms of
6
log M and
6
log N .
 Express
2 5
log
M
N
in terms of
2
log M and
2
log N .
 Express as a single logarithm.
a.
10 10
log 3log p q +
b.
10 10
4log 2log 2 p q ÷ +
Math  P3 Revision Page 5
 If
10
log 2 0.30 = and
10
log 3 0.48 = , find the following.
a.
10
log 18
b.
10
20
log
3
c.
10
log 5
d.
10
3
1
log
2
 

\ .
 Solve each equation.
1. log ( 3) log 8 log 2
b b b
x + = ÷
Math  P3 Revision Page 6
2. log log ( 5) log 6
a a a
x x ÷ ÷ =
3.
2
2
log ( 9) 4 x ÷ =
Questions 4  5: a. Give the solution in calculation ready form.
b. Give the solution to three significant digits.
4. 3 30
x
=
5.
2
12 1000
x
=
Math  P3 Revision Page 7
 Write each equation in exponential form.
1. ln100 4.61 =
2.
2
1
ln 2
e
= ÷
 Write each equation in logarithmic form.
1.
3
20.1 e =
2.
3
1.40 e =
 Simplify. If the expression is undefined, say so.
1.
10
lne
2.
1
ln
e
3.
ln5
e
Math  P3 Revision Page 8
 Write as single logarithm.
1. ln8 ln2 ÷
2.
1
ln8 ln5 3
3
+ +
 Problem Solving:
1. How long will it take an investment of $1000 to triple in value if it is invested at an annual
rate of 12% compounded quarterly?
2. A certain bacteria population, doubles in size every 12 hours. By how much will it grow in
2 days?
3. The halflife of carbon14 (C14) is 5730 years. How much of a 10.0 mg sample will
remain after 4500 years?
Math  P3 Revision Page 9
4. The value of a new $12,500 automobile decrease 20% per year. Find its value after 3 years.
5. A culture of yeast doubles in size every 20 min. The size of the culture is now N
0
. Find its
size in 12 hours.
6. The radioactive gas radon has a halflife of approximately
1
3
2
days. About how much of a
l00 g sample will remain after 1 week?
7. How long will it take you to double your money if you invest it at a rate of 8%
compounded annually?
Math  P3 Revision Page 10
 Tell whether each sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. Then supply the
missing terms of the sequence.
1. 20, 17, 14, 11, ______, ______
2. 1,
1
4
,
1
9
,
1
16
, ______, ______
 Find the first four terms of the sequence with the given formula. Then tell whether the
sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither.
1. 4 3
n
t n = +
2.
1
3
n
n
t
÷
=
3. 2 3
n
n
t = ·
Math  P3 Revision Page 11
 Find a formula for the nth term of each arithmetic sequence.
1. 24, 32, 40, 48 . . .
2. 3, 10, 17. 24 . . .
 Find the specified term of each arithmetic sequence.
1. 4, 9, 14, 19 . . . ;
21
t
2. 2, 11, 20 . . . ;
25
t
3.
1
5 t = ,
3
20 t = ;
12
t
4.
5
24 t = ,
9
40 t = ;
1
t
Math  P3 Revision Page 12
 Find the arithmetic mean of each pair of numbers.
1.
4 11
,
5 5
2. 2, 3 2 ÷
 Insert four arithmetic means between each pair.
11, _______, _______, _______, _______, 35
 Find a formula for the nth term of each geometric sequence.
1. 2, 6, 18, 54 . . .
2. 1, 2 , 2, 2 2
3. 1, 0.1, 0.01, 0.001
Math  P3 Revision Page 13
 Find the specified term of each geometric sequence.
1. 2, 6, 18, 54 . . . ; t
10
2. 40, 20, 10, 5 . . . ; t
11
3. t
2
= 18, t
3
= 12; t
5
4. t
1
= 5, t
3
= 80; t
6
5. t
3
= 12, t
6
= 96; t
9
 Find the geometric mean of the following pair of numbers.
1.
1
12
,
1
18
Math  P3 Revision Page 14
 Write each series in expanded form.
1.
6
1
( 10)
n
n
=
+
¿
2.
6
1
2
n
n=
¿
3.
10
4
(3 2)
n
n
=
÷
¿
 Write each series using sigma notation.
1. 2 + 4 + 6 +  + 1000
2. 1
3
+ 2
3
+ 3
3
+  + 20
3
3.
1
2
+
2
3
+
3
4
+  +
99
100
Math  P3 Revision Page 15
log7 3 49 5. log4 2 4. log 2 3 1 4 6.P3 Revision Page 1 . 1.. log 5 1 25 2. log 1 8 2 Math . log6 6 6 3.Simplify each logarithm.
ln x 2 9 Math .Solve for x.P3 Revision Page 2 . log 4 x 3 2 3. ln x 3 6. log 6 x 3 2. ln( x 4) 1 7.. 1. log x 64 6 4. log x 7 1 2 5.
ex 3 12. e2 x 7ee 12 0 Math . ln x 1 14. e x 2 9.P3 Revision Page 3 . ln(ln x) 0 13. e2 x 25 10.8. e x 2 2 11. ln x ln( x 3) ln10 15.
Express as a single logarithm.P3 Revision Page 4 . .Express log 2 M in terms of log 2 M and log 2 N . 4 log10 p 2 log10 q 2 Math .16.Express log 6 M 2 N 3 in terms of log 6 M and log 6 N . N5 . 32 x 7 3x 10 0 . log10 p 3log10 q b. a.
If log10 2 0.P3 Revision Page 5 .. log10 18 b. log10 3 2 .48 . a. log10 20 3 c. 1.30 and log10 3 0. log b ( x 3) log b 8 log b 2 Math . log10 5 1 d. find the following.Solve each equation.
P3 Revision Page 6 . log a x log a ( x 5) log a 6 3.2. 4.5: a. Give the solution to three significant digits. 3x 30 5. b. Give the solution in calculation ready form. 122 x 1000 Math . log 2 ( x 2 9) 4 Questions 4 .
ln e10 2.P3 Revision Page 7 . ln 1 e 3. 1. ln100 4.. eln5 Math .1 2.40 . say so. If the expression is undefined. ln 1 2 e2 .Write each equation in exponential form. 1.61 2. 1.Write each equation in logarithmic form.Simplify. 3 e 1. e3 20.
Write as single logarithm.0 mg sample will remain after 4500 years? Math . doubles in size every 12 hours. ln8 ln 2 2. How much of a 10.Problem Solving: 1. A certain bacteria population. 1. By how much will it grow in 2 days? 3.P3 Revision Page 8 . The halflife of carbon14 (C14) is 5730 years. How long will it take an investment of $1000 to triple in value if it is invested at an annual rate of 12% compounded quarterly? 2. 1 ln 8 ln 5 3 3 ..
6. The size of the culture is now N0. The radioactive gas radon has a halflife of approximately 3 l00 g sample will remain after 1 week? 1 days. Find its size in 12 hours. The value of a new $12. 5. Find its value after 3 years. About how much of a 2 7. How long will it take you to double your money if you invest it at a rate of 8% compounded annually? Math . A culture of yeast doubles in size every 20 min.P3 Revision Page 9 .500 automobile decrease 20% per year.4.
. tn 4n 3 n 1 2. tn 3 n 3. . 1.P3 Revision Page 10 . 1. ______.Find the first four terms of the sequence with the given formula. or neither. Then tell whether the sequence is arithmetic.. 17. 11. or neither. Then supply the missing terms of the sequence. tn 2 3 Math . 14. . 1. ______ 1 1 1 2. ______ 4 9 16 . ______. geometric. 20.Tell whether each sequence is arithmetic. geometric.
2. 3. t1 5 . 20 . . t 21 2. 48 . 1. 24 . 24. . t 25 3. . . 10. 19 .Find a formula for the nth term of each arithmetic sequence. 2.P3 Revision Page 11 . 17. t12 4. t3 20 . . . 1. . t9 40 . 14. 11. t5 24 . 4. 9. . . 40.Find the specified term of each arithmetic sequence. .. . 32. t1 Math .
5 5 2.Find the arithmetic mean of each pair of numbers. 0. _______. 2.01. _______. 0. 4 11 . 2 2 3. . 2 . 2. _______. 3 2 .001 Math .1. 54 . 35 . . 1.P3 Revision Page 12 .. 18.Find a formula for the nth term of each geometric sequence.Insert four arithmetic means between each pair. 11. 1. 1. 2. 1. 6. _______. 2. 0.
t11 3. . 1. t10 2. 5 . t3 = 80. . t2 = 18. . 1. 10. 18.Find the specified term of each geometric sequence.P3 Revision Page 13 . 40. . t1 = 5. . t6 5. . t3 = 12. 2. 6..Find the geometric mean of the following pair of numbers. t3 = 12. 12 18 Math . 54 . t6 = 96. 1 1 . t9 . 20. t5 4.
+ 1000 2.. (3n 2) n4 10 . 1.Write each series in expanded form.Write each series using sigma notation. 1 2 3 99 + + + .P3 Revision Page 14 .+ 2 3 4 100 Math .+ 203 3. 2 n1 6 n 3. 2 + 4 + 6 + . 1. 13 + 23 + 33 + . (n 10) n 1 6 2.
P3 Revision Page 15 .Math .
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