Module One (B1 )
1. What is the tangent of 90o?
# a) Positive infinity b) Negative infinity c) 0 2. A cuboids has dimensions of 4 cm, 6cm and 12 cm.
What is its volume? a) 2.88 m3b) 0.028 m3# c)0.000288m33. Work out the following sum: 4 {2 (5 –1) –3} + 8 : a) 37 # b) 28 c) 54 4. 100000 in binary is what number in decimal?
# 5. D in hexadecimal is what number in decimal?
# 6. In the following equation what is the y-intercept? 4y = 2x + 8
# 7. Two angles of a triangle are 68oand 32o. Therefore the third angle must be :
a) 63ob) 114oc) 80o# 8. Solve the following equation to find x : 4x + 8y = 64 2x –8y = 86 a) 5 # b) 25 c) 125 9. Simplify the following : (w + z)(x –y)(y –w) (y –x)(w –y)(w + z)
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10. 101012+ 110012=:
# 11. Which of the following formulae are correct for the triangle shown? #
12. A rectangle 11cm x 120cm. What is its area in m2
a) 1320 b) 13.2 c) 0.132 # 13. What is 738 in binary coded decimal?
# 14. If a wheel of radius R revolves ½ a turn, how many radians does it turn through?
# 15. If there are two similar angles in a right triangle, these angles are : #
16. The surface area of a cone whose flat is 10 cm and diameter is 8 cm is :
a) 80 p b) 40 p c) 120 p # 17. (A + B)4is : (A + B)2
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18. An equilateral triangle has:
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19. 4 3/8 –2 1/4 + 1/8 = :
# 20. 11/16 + 5/8 = :
a) 55/128 b) 21/16 c) 10/11 # 21. Given 43 - x = 21, find the value of x: #
22. ¾ multiplied by 0.82 is equal to:
# 23. 7/6 can be expressed as :
# 24. The ratio of 6:5 can be expressed as:
a) 20: 25 b) 24: 20 c) 10: 16 # 25. 143can be expressed as:
# 26. 0.0000413 can be written as: #
27. 5/8 + 3/4 =:
# 28. The LCD for the problem 1/6 + 1/5 + 1/17 + 1/2 is : a) 1020
b) 17
c) 510
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29. The formulae for calculating the area of a right angled triangle is :
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30. The area of a circle whose circumference is given as 12cm is approximately : #
31. Area of a right circular cone is : #
32. log 9 - log 3 = : #
a) log 3 b) log 6 c) log 9 33. The three angles of a triangle summed together equal :
# 34. In a right-angled triangle the other two angles are both 45°. The length of the opposite side can be calculated by:
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- sajad heidari
- Height, Right triangle, Hypotenuse, triangle