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Unformatted text preview: QUEST1ONSSEN1OR D1V1S1ON 3. The value of a in terms of c is c (A) (B) c  20 (C) c  40 2 (D) 80  c (E) 100  c 8. If a = ~, b = i and c = ~, which of the following is true? 4 3 9 (A) b < c < a (B) a < c < b (C) c < a < b (D) a < b < c (E) b < a < c 9. Suppose an Australian dollar is worth 55 US cents. An Australian tourist in the USA buys an item worth $US100 and pays $A200. What should the change be in $US? (A) 5 (B) 10 (C) 15 (D) 20 (E) 25 10. The average weight of the potatoes in a bag is doubled when one extra large potato is added to the four potatoes already in the bag. The ratio of the weight of this large potato to the total weight of the other four potatoes is (A) 3 : 2 (B) 6 : 1 (E) 8 : 1 (C) 8 : 3 (D) 2 : 1 (A) 125 (B) 225 (C) 250 4. The sum of 250 249+ 248 247+ 246 . . . + 2  1 is (D) 124 (E) 126 Questions 11 20, 4 marks each km 5. If k = 4, m =0.4 and t = 4.4, then the value of ~ is (A)1 1 (B) "2 9 (C) 11 6. Which of the following is the largest? 9 (D) 22 11. In copying a problem involving multiplication of two numbers, James mistakenly wrote one of the numbers as 54 instead of 45. His answer was 198 larger than it should have been. The correct answer to the multiplication problem is (E) 4.2 (A) 990 (B) 1188 (C) 405 (D) 945 (E) 1200 (A) 2002 (B) (20.02)2 (C) 2002 (D) 2 x 104 (E) 2002 x 20.02 12. A square piece of paper 10cm by 10 cm is folded, cut and unfolded as shown....
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course 456 9852 taught by Professor Chaohue during the Spring '10 term at Mackenzie.
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