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## Name: ______________________________ ( ) Date: ___________ Class: _________

1. The ratio of the price of a grapefruit to the price of an apple is 2 : 1. A grapefruit can
be bought at 90 cents.. Express the number of apples that can be bought with y dollars.

2x  z
2. Given that y  , express x in terms of w, y and z.
w

## 3. Given that x = −2, evaluate 5x 2  3x .

x  2 x 1
4. Express  as a single fraction in its simplest form.
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## 5. Factorize 15a + 3a2 completely.

6. Factorise 2cv  c  2v  1.

1  x 2x  1
7. Solve  1 .
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## 8. Solve 5(7m – 3) = 14(2m + 5).

9. The rectangular plot of land shown below measures (2x + 5) metres by 16 metres.
A path 3 metres wide runs around the edge of the land.

(a) Show that the area of the garden can be expressed as 10(2x – 1).
(b) Given that the area of the path is 138 square metres, find the value of x.
(c) Hence, find the area of the land.

## 10. Write down the nth term of this sequence.

1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, …

11. Solve the inequality 6p −3 ≥ 48 and write down the smallest prime number that satisfy
the inequality.

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12. Solve the inequality  18  2 x  14  3(9  5x)  10 .

## 13. The diagram shows parallelogram WXYZ where ZY = 15 cm and XY = 9 cm.

If ZX = 12 cm, find the length of ZV.

## 14. Convert 5 m3 to cm3.

15. A metal container shown below is used to make large blocks of ice.

(a) Find the amount of water required to fill the container fully.
(b) Assuming that the container has a cover, find the total surface area of the
container.

16. An open cylindrical container has height 50 cm and radius 18 cm. It contains water up
to a depth of 42 cm.

Taking ,
(a) calculate the volume of the water, in litres, in the container, (1 litre = 1000 cm3)
(b) find the surface area of the container in contact with the water,

17. Write down all the prime numbers considering the following numbers.
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, 0.25, 7 , 29, 12, 169 , 81, 17, 144, 
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18. (a) Using prime factorisation, express 576 as a product of its prime factors. Leave
(b) Hence, find the value of 576 without the use of calculator.

19. The numbers A and B, expressed as products of their prime factors are given below.
A  2 2  3 4  5 2  116
B  33  53  116
Find, in index notation
(a) the LCM of A and B,
(b) the HCF of A and B,
(c) the cube root of B.

20. In a particular town, the temperature at 05 00 was  6C and it rises at a uniform rate
to reach a temperature of 20C at 18 00.
(a) Find the difference in temperature.
(b) Find the time when the temperature was 9C .

## 21. Round off 349592.4973 to

(a) 2 significant figures,
(b) 2 decimal places.

22. A car travels 150 km on 15 litres of petrol. What is the rate of petrol consumption in
(a) km per litre?
(b) litres per km?

## 24. A map is drawn to a scale of 1 : 25000.

(a) The distance between two towns on the map is 15 cm. Find the actual distance,
in kilometers, between the two towns.
(b) A lake has an actual area of 3.5 km2. Find the area, in square centimeters, of the
lake on the map.

25. A car travels at an average speed of 80 km/h for half an hour on an expressway. It rests
for 30 minutes, then it travels at an average speed of 60 km/h for 10 minutes on a road
before arriving at its destination.
(a) Calculate the total distance traveled in km.
(b) Calculate the average speed of the car for the whole journey in km/h.

26 A hawker wants to buy a refrigerator which costs \$1 500 on a hire purchase scheme.
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The deposit is of the price. There is a 4% simple interest charge on the balance
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amount, which he has to pay in 10 months. Find,
(a) the amount for the deposit,
(b) the monthly installment the hawker has to pay.

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27. David invests \$20 000 at 3% per annum compound interest compounded half-
yearly. How much interest will he receive at the end of 10 years?

28. In a fund raising, the cost of making a bookmark is \$0.50. A total of 600 bookmarks
(a) Find the total cost of the 600 bookmarks.
(b) 480 of the bookmarks are sold at \$0.70 each, 90 of them are sold at the cost price
and the remaining is sold at a discount of 20% of the cost price. Calculate the
overall
(i) profit or loss,
(ii) profit or loss as a percentage of the cost price.

29. The exterior angle of a five-sided polygon are in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 2 : 3 : 4. Find the
size of the smallest interior angle of the polygon.

30. In a 6-sided polygon, 3 of the interior angles are 105, 99 and 120 . If the size of each
remaining interior angle of the polygon is x ,
(a) calculate the sum of the interior angles of the 6-sided polygon,
(b) calculate the value of x.

20 yz  a
1. y 2. x
9 2
x4
3. 26 4.
12
5. 3a(5 + a) 6. (2v  1)(c  1)
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7. x = −13 8. 12
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9(b) x = 7.4 9(c) 316.8 m2
10. 3n – 2 11. p ≥8.5; 11
12.  2  x  3 13. 7.2 cm
14. 5 000 000 cm3 15(a) 20 800 cm³ (b) 9408 cm²
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16(a) 43 litres (b) 5769 cm 17. 169 , 17, 29
18(a) 576  2 6  32 (b) 24
19(a) 2 2  34  53  116 (b) 33  5 2  116 (c) 3
B  3  5  112
20(a) 26C (b) 12 30
21(a) 350000 (b) 349592.50 22(a) 10km/litre (b) 0.1litre/km
23. 25.92 km/h 24(a) 3.75 km (b) 56 cm2
25(a) 50 km (b) 42.9 km/h 26(a) \$500 (b) \$103.33
27. \$6937.10 28(a) \$300 (b) (i) \$93 b(ii) 31%
29. 60o 30(a) 720 (b) 132