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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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