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Year 12 2 unit General Mathematics
Answers to 2006 CSSA Trial HSC Examination
Section I
1C
2A
3A
4B
5C
6D
7D
8D
9C
10 C
11 B
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
A
D
C
B
B
A
D
C
C
B
A
Section II
Question 23
(a) 14.0 m
(b) (i) 13 000 ha
(ii) Sector, column or
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General Mathematics
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General Mathematics
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General Mathematics
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2010 Trial HSC Paper
Disclaimer: This paper is written as a trial HSC paper.
It is designed to provide practice consistent with the
demands of the HSC course and its examination.
However, we do not guarantee it predicts question
content for the actual HSC
SECTION 1 (22 Marks)
MULTIPLE CHOICE
Mark your answers on the answer sheet provided.
Allow about 30 minutes for this part
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1
Which expression is equivalent to 3m 2 4m3 ?
(A)
(B)
7m6
(C)
12m5
(D)
2
7m5
12m6
What is the volume of the open box shown below?
July 2007
HSC Course
Trial Examination
GENERAL MATHEMATICS
Section 1
Total Marks (22)
Attempt Questions 1 22
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section
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2006
TRIAL HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION
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Multiple Choice Solutions
1. - B
2. D
3. B
4. A
5. D
6. A
7. D
8. A
9. A
IO. A
11. B
12. C13. D
14. B
15. C
16. A
17.A
18. C
19. A
20. C
21. C
22. B
General Mathematics
Trial HSC Examination 2002
Multiple Choice Answer Sheet
Name
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2002
TRIAL HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE
EXAMINATION
General Mathematics
General Instructions
Section I pages 2 - 11
Total marks (22)
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Spherical
geometry
13
syllabus reference
Measurement 7
Spherical geometry
In this chapter
13A Arc lengths
13B Great circles and small
circles
13C Latitude and longitude
13D Distances on the Earths
surface
13E Time zones
reyou
READY?
Are you ready?
Try th
12
12A Scatterplots
12B Fitting a straight line by eye
12C Fitting a straight line the 3-median
method
12D Correlation
Correlation
Syllabus reference
Data analysis 7
Correlation
Correlation is a term used
in mathematics to describe
certain relationships
11
11A z-scores
11B Comparison of scores
11C Distribution of scores
The normal
distribution
Syllabus reference
Data analysis 6
The normal distribution
This chapter will focus on using
measures of central tendency
and spread to compare scores
from differe
Depreciation
10
syllabus reference
Financial mathematics 6
Depreciation
In this chapter
10A Modelling depreciation
10B Straight line depreciation
10C Declining balance method
of depreciation
10D Depreciation tables
reyou
READY?
Are you ready?
Try the que
9
Modelling linear
and non-linear
relationships
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
9F
Linear functions
Quadratic functions
Other functions
Variations
Inverse variation
Graphing physical phenomena
Syllabus reference
Algebraic modelling 4
Modelling linear and nonlinear relat
Annuities
and loan
repayments
8
syllabus reference
Financial mathematics 5
Annuities and loan
repayments
In this chapter
8A Future value of an annuity
8B Present value of an
annuity
8C Future and present value
tables
8D Loan repayments
reyou
READY?
Are y
6
6A
6B
6C
6D
Tree diagrams
Counting techniques
Probability and counting techniques
Probability trees
Multi-stage
events
Syllabus reference
Probability 3
Multi-stage events
Statements about chance or
probability are common in
everyday life. A knowledg
4
4A
4B
4C
4D
Measures of location and spread
Skewness
Displaying multiple data sets
Comparison of data sets
Interpreting
sets of data
Syllabus reference
Data analysis 5
Interpreting sets of data
Data surround us every day. The
newspapers are full of gr
3
3a
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
3G
3H
Review of right-angled triangles
Bearings
Using the sine rule to nd side lengths
Using the sine rule to nd angles
Area of a triangle
Using the cosine rule to nd side lengths
Using the cosine rule to nd angles
Radial surveys
Appli
2
Further
applications of
area and volume
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
Area of parts of the circle
Area of composite shapes
Simpsons rule
Surface area of cylinders and spheres
Volume of composite solids
Error in measurement
Syllabus reference
Measurement 5
Further
Credit and
borrowing
1
syllabus reference
Financial mathematics 4
Credit and borrowing
In this chapter
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
Flat rate interest
Home loans
The cost of a loan
Credit cards
Loan repayments
reyou
READY?
Are you ready?
Try the questions below. If yo
Chapter 9
Short-term Debt
9-2
Learning Objectives
n Overview of the characteristics of various forms of short-term
debt
Main types
Trade credit, bank overdraft, commercial and bank-accepted bills,
promissory notes, negotiable certificates of deposit, i
Week 5
Chapter 6:Investors in the Share
Market
6-2
6.5
Pricing of Shares (cont.)
n Bonus share issues
Where a company has accumulated reserves, it may distribute
these to existing shareholders by making a bonus issue of
additional shares
As with divide
WEEK 4
Chapter 5
Corporations Issuing Equity in the Share Market
5-2
Learning Objectives
n Understand capital budgeting issues
n Examine issues relevant to the choice between debt and equity
funding Capital structure
n Outline the flotation and listing (
FINS1612 Capital Markets and Institutions
Week 3
Chapter 4
The Share Market
and the Corporation
4-2
REVISION
Week 2
Basel II structural framework
2-4
Capital adequacy requirements
n Application of Asset Risk Weightings
Asset type
Cash and cwth govt
secu