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Unformatted text preview: (A) 0 (A) 2 Questions 1- 10, 3 marks each 1. Which of the following is closest to 9? (A) 9.2 (B) 8.17 (C) 8.7 (D) 9.21 (E) 8.71 2. 5x—3—- (3 —5x) equals (B) 6x 3. The temperature in Riga rose from —7°Cyesterday morning to 5°C yesterday afternoon. The number of degrees the temperature rose (E) 14 4. A number is added to one third of itself. The result is 36. What is (B) 24 5. The average of and is (E) 6. If two sides of a triangle are 5cm and 7cm, the third side cannot (A) 11cm (B) 10cm (C) 6cm (D) 3cm (E) 1cm 7. When George recently visited Latvia, one Latvian tat was worth $TJS1.50, while $A1 was worth $USO.60. In this case, a Latvian tat (A) $A1.80 (B) $A2.50 (C) $A2.75 (ID) $A2.00 (E) ¶A3.00 8. For the three straight lines shown, which of the following inequalities (A )c< a < b (B )b < c< a (C )a< c< b (D )c< b< a (A) be was worth hold? (E) a <b < c 22 (B) lOx (B) 8 (B) 18 (B) (C) 6 (C) 10 (C) 27 (C) (D) lOx — 6 (ID) 12 (ID) 15 (D) (A) 920 (B) 366 (C) 923 (ID) 341 9 ~ 920 + 920 + 920 equals 10. In the diagram, find d in terms of a. ( A ) ~ (B )~ (C )~ ( D ) ~ ( E ) ~ Questions 11- 20, 4 m arks each S S • S if x c 3 if x > 3 (ID) 5 11. How many triangles can be drawn using the points in the diagram as vertices?...
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