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1. (-3)2+(-2) 2 = 6. If 60% of a number is 90, what is the


number?
..... (A) -13
(B) -10 (A) 30
(C) 13 (B) 54
(D) 25 (C) 150
(D) 180

2. How many centimetres are there in 1.5


metres? 7. TheH.C.F.of12, 15and60is

(A) 0.015 (A) 1


(B) 15 (B) 3
(C) 150 (C) 12
(0) 1"500 (0) ffi

3. Ex.press 0.12 as a fraction in its lowest 8. ( ~) 3 is the same as


terms
(A)
_l
(A) l 8
9
_1
3 (B) 6
(B)
25

(C)
l
(C) l 8
8

6 (0) l
(0) 6
50

4. Express 4i as a decimal correct to 3


9. If 3n is an odd number, which of the
following is an even number?
significant figures
(A) 3n+2n
(A) 4.30
(B) 3n+2
(B) 4.37
(C) 3n-2
(C) 4.38
(D) 3n- l
(0) 4.40

5 .. 10. The next term in the sequence


3076 in standard form is
1,6, 13,22,33is
(A) 3.076 x 10"
(B) 3.076 x 10-2
(A) 44
(C) 3.076 x 102
(B) 45
(D) 3.076 x 103
(C) 46
(D) 52

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Item 14referstothe Venn diagram below.


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·11: In the Venn diagram above, the shaded area 14. In the Venn diagram above, the two circles
represents representsetPandsetQ. IfP= {Factors
of 6} and Q = {Factors of 4 }, then the
(A) P' shaded region represents
(B) (Pu Q)'
(C) Q u P' (A) { }
(B) {l,2}
(D) Q n P'
(C) {4,6,8, ... }
(D) {12,24,36, ... }
12. IfU= { 1, 3, 5,6, 8} andA = {3,6},then the
numberofelements in A' is
15. IfTT$6.00 is equivalent to US$ l .00, then
TT$15.00in U.S. dollars is
(A) 2
(B) 3
(A) $0.25
(C) 4
(B) $0.40
(D) 8
(C) $2.50
(D) $4.00
13. Which ofthe following sets isequivalentto
{a,b,c,d}?
16. Amanboughtacalffor$200andsolditfor
$250. What was his gain as a percentage
(A) { 4}
ofthe cost price?
(B) {a, b, c}
(C) {p,q,r,s}
(A) 5%
(D) {1,2,3,4,5}
(B) 15%
(C) 20%
(D) 25%

17. During a sale, a shop allows 20% discount


off the marked price of clothing. What
will a customer pay for a dress with a
marked price of$30?

(A) $10
(B) $20
(C) $24
(D) $30

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Item 18 refers to the table below. 22. A man pays 60 cents for every 200 m 3 of
gas used, plus a fixed charge of$13.75 .
House Insurance 50¢per$100 . How much does he pay when he uses
55 000 m 3 of gas?
Contents Insurance 25¢ per$100
(A) $151.25
18. The above table shovvs the rates charged by (B) $165.00
aninsurancecompany. Howmuchwilla (C) $175.25
person pay for his insurance, ifhis house is (D) $178.75
valued at $50 000, and the contents at
$10000?
23. -2(x-4)=
(A) $225
(B) $275 (A) -2x+8
(C) $450 (B) -2x+4
(D) $500 (C) -2x-4
(D) -2x-8

19. How much does a customer pay for an


article marked at $50.00 if a sales tax of 24. If a * b = !!. -1 then 7 * 28 =
a '
6% is charged?
(A) J
(A) $44.00 4
(B) $47.00 (B) I
(C) $53.00 4
(D) $56.00
(C) 3

20. Mary invested $200 for 3 years at 5% per (D) 4


annum. John invested $300 at the same
rate. Ifthey both received the same amount
of money in interest, for how many years 25. 5(2x -y) - 2(3y- 5x) =
did John invest his money?
(A) -I 1y
(A) n;; (B) 2x-6y
(B) 2 (C) 5x-7y
(C) 3 (D) 20x- l ly
(D) IO

26. For all a and b,


21. A company employs 12 gardenersat$26
per day, and 8 clerks at $1 7 per day. What 3a(a+2b)-b(2a-3b) =
is the mean daily wage, in dollars, ofthe 20
.employees? (A) 3a2 + 8ab-3b 2
(B) 3a2 +4ab+3b 2
(A) $20.00 (C) 3a2 +4ab·-3b 2
(B) $21.50 (D) 3a2 - ab+ 3b 2
(C) $22.40
(D) $31.50

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- 31. If a=3 and ab= 6, then (a+ b)2 -a2 -b2 =
27.
5x 5x
(A) 0
(A) 6 (B) 8
25x (C) 12
(D) 20
(B) 8
25x
32. Thevolumeofacubewithedges IO cm is
6
(C)
lOx (A) 30cm 3
(B) 100 cm 3
6 (C) 300 cm 3
(D)
5x (D) 1000cm3

33. 2500 millimetres expressed in metres is


28.
.
IS
.
Given 2x+ 3 2'.:9, the range of values ofx

(A) 0.25
(A) x ~ 3 (B) 2.5
(B) x > 3 (C) 25
(C) x > 6 (D) 250
(D) x ~6

34. The lengths of the sides ofa triangle arex,


29. "When 7 is added to 3 times a certain 2.xand2.xcentimetres. Iftheperimeteris20
number n, the result is 22". centimetres, what is the value ofx?

The statement above may be represented (A) IO


by the equation (B) 8
(C)' 5
(A) 3n+ 7= 22 (D) 4
(B) 7n -22 = 3
(C) 3n+22 = 7
(D) 7n+ 3 =22 35. A car travels 80 kilometres in 2 Y:z hours.
What is its speed in kilometres per hour?

(A) 6
30. Which of the following represents the (B) 32
statement "The difference of two square (C) 82.5
numbers is positive" (D) 200

(A) x 2 -y 2 > 0
(B) '2x- 2y> 0
(C) (y-x) 2 > 0
(D) 2(y-x)>O

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Item 36 refers to the diagram below. 39. A boy leaves home at 09: 15 hours and
arrives at school at 10:05 hours. If he
·travels non-stop at an average speed of
6 kmh- 1, how many km is hi-s home from
school?

(A) 2km
(B) Skm
(C) 6km
(D) 9km

36. AOB is asectorofacirclesuch that angle


40. The marks obtained by ten students in a test
AOB=60°and0Bisrunitslong. Thearea
markedoutof25 were:
ofAOBis
14,22, 15, 19, 19, 16,24, 13,20, 19
1
(A) -nr
3 The range ofmarks was

(B) _!_ nr (A) 11


6 (B) 13
1 (C) 18
(C) - nr2 (D) 19
3
I
(D) -nr Item41 referstothefollowingtable.
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MarkX
Mark Frequency
37. Fifty guests each had 2 glasses of Frequency
champagne. Each glass held 150 millilitres.
Howmanylitresofchampagnewereused? 1 2 2

(A) 0.15 2 3 6
(B) 1.5
(C) 15 3 5 15
(D) 150
4 4 16

38. The areaofarectangle is 53.6 cm 2 • Ifthe 5 x y


length is multiplied by four and the width is
halved, the area would then be Total 49

(A) 26.8 cm 2 41. The table shows the frequency distribution


(B) 53.6 cm 2 ofthe marks a student obtained on a test.
(C) 107.2cm 2 How often did the student score 5 marks?
(D) 214.4cm 2
(A) 2
(B) 5
(C) 10
(D) 49

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Item 42 refers to the following bar chart. Item 44 refers to the pie-chart below·.

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z 1 juice

Number of books read


42. The bar chart above shows the number of
books read by the children who took part in
a survey.

Howmanychildrentookpartinthesurvey?

(A) 5 44. The pie-chart above shows the preference


(8) 15 in drinks of a group of students. If 12
(C) 75 students prefer chocolate, then the total
(D) 87 number ofstudents is

(A) 48
Item 43 refers to the following table .. (B) 72
(C) 180
(D) 360
Length of
Leaf (cm) 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29
45. A boy throws a die twice. What is the
Frequency 3 8 12 7 probability that he will get a three fo Ilowed
by an even number?
43. The lengths of 30 cabbage leaves were 1
measured, to the nearest cm, and the (A)
12
information grouped as shown in the table
above.
(8) l
4
The class boundaries are
5
(A) 3,18,12,7 (C)
12
(8) 5,5,5,5
(C) IO, 14, 15, 19,20,24,25,29
(D) 7
(D) 9.5, 14.5, 19.5, 24.5, 29.5
12

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Item 46 referstothearrowdiagram below. 49.

·I 1 5 5 11 9 8 5

The median ofthe set of numbers above is

(A) 5
(B) 6
(C) 8
46. The arrow diagram above describes the (D) 9
relation

(A) x is a factor of y Item 50 refers to the following diagram.


(B) x is less than y
(C) xis a multiple ofy
y
(D) x is greater then y

47. Ifj(x)
. =x 2
- x- 1, thenj{-5) =

(A) -31
(B) 29
(C) 24 x
(D) 31

48. Which ofthe following diagrams illustrates SO. Thediagramaboveshowsagraph. Ifa, b


a function? and c are constants, the equation of the
graph could be

(A) y=ax 2 +c
(A) '(B) y=c-ax 2
(C) y=c+ bx-ax2
(D) y=ax2 +bx+c

51. Which ofthe following sets is represented by


(B) the relation f x --;. x 2 + 3?

(A) {(O, 3), (1, 4), (2, 7), (3, 12)}


(B) {(O, 3), (1, 5), (2, 7), (3, 9)}
(C) {(O, 3), (1, 4), (2, 5), (3, 6)}
(D) {(O, 3), (1, 1), (2,4), (3, 9)}

(C)

(D)

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52. A boatvvastravellingon abearingof270°. 54. A ship sailed 8 km due east from A to B. It


In \Vhat direction is ittravelling? then 'sailed 6 km due north to C. Which
diagram below BEST represents the path
(A) West of the ship?
(B) East
(C) North (A) c
(D) South N
1' 8km
Item 53 refers to the diagram below ofa I
construction. WithcentreA, anarcBCis
drawn. With centre B, and the same A 6km B
radius, the arc PCQ is drawn.
(B) N
A
I
c
6km

A 8km B
B
A
(C) N
53. What is the measure of LBA C? II\
I
(A) 30° Al 8km B
(B) 45°
(C) 60°
6km
(D) 75°

(D) N
A
I
c
6km

A 8km B

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55. In each ofthe diagrams shovm below, A' is Item 56 refers to the following diagram.
the image of A. Which of the diagrams
shows a reflection in thex-axis? .. ~ ' ·:
.. ; ~ :··

(A) y

x
A'

(D) y

A' A

x 57. The length, in cm, ofAB is

(A) 4
(B) a
(C) a+ 4
(D) a-4

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ltem59 referstothefollowingdiagram.
58.
y

The triangle LAfN above is rotated in a


clockvvise direction about L through an
angle of90°. What is its image?

(A) L'~N' -y

59. In the diagram above, if the line y= x is


M' rotated anti-clockwise about 0 through 90°,
(B) L' what is its image?

(A) y=O
(B) x=O
(C) y=x
M' (0) y=-x

N'
M' Item 60 refers to the diagram below.
(C)

N'
~ L'

(D) N'

M'

x
L' 60. The diagram above, not drawn to scale,
shows the angle ofdepression ofa pointX
fromZis30°. IfXis IO metres from Y, the
heightofYZ, in metres, is

(A) I 0 tan 30°


(B) l 0 sin 30°
(C) I Ocos30°
(0) 10 cos 60°

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