i Write a simplified algebraic expression with one variable representing the

# I write a simplified algebraic expression with one

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i) Write a simplified algebraic expression with one variable, representing the total number of goats (4marks) ii) Three butchers bought all the goats and shared them equally. If each butcher got 17 goats, how many did Wekesa sell to the butchers? (3marks) 7

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14. The number of cattle, goats, and sheep in a farm are in the ratio 6:2:3. if the animals on the farm are to be reduced by ¼,½, respectively, find how many are left if initially there were 1450 animals on the farm. (7marks) 15. Tap A fills a tank in 30 minutes; tap B fills the same tank in 20 minutes. Tap A is opened for 10 minutes before tap B is opened. How will the two taps take to fill the tanks? (8marks) 8
16. a) Write as a mixed fraction (2marks) 1.4.5. b) Given that x = 3 , y=2, Z=-3. (2marks) Calculate the value of 2x 2 - yz c) Find the L.C.M and G.C.D of 10xy 2 and 14x 2 y (3marks) c) Without using mathematical table evaluate (3marks) 17.64 0.025x4.8 9
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