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## gebra & Trigonomdtry

1.
Three numbers are in A.p. such that the sum of the first and third is 12 and the product of the first and second is 24. Find the largest of the three numbers. A.

=reeEa=EE.

-e-ffiL
C.

_ _ _ _ _ _ -:'.

(x-3)

B. (x-2)

(x-1)

D. (x+3)

4.4

8.8

c.6

D.10

17. A number is divided into two parts such that when the

2.

ln a potato race, 8 potatoes are placed 6 feet apail on a straight line, the first being 6 ft frorn the basket. A iontestani starts from the basket and puts one potato at a time into the basket. Find the total distance he must run in order to finistr the race: A. 532 ft. iB. 432 ft c.342fl D.222ff.
1"-

.greater part is divided by the smaller, the quotient is 3 and the remainder is S. Find the smaller number if the sum of the two numbers is 37.

'4.I

8.12

c.32

D.16

A.0.033 B.0.263

## throws with a pair of

dicef

c.0.862 c.2

D.0.751
.

3. 4.

Find the sum of the first 100 positive integers exacfly divisibre

A.35,350

bv .7.

## 19. Find the value of A for which the equation A(2x+l)_

(x-4) = gx+{g is an identity. A. B.

8.2,053

c.53,350

D.25,536

-1

D. _3

Two workers A and B tqgether can complete a job in 7 days. A works twice as fast as B. How many days woutO it take B to do the job wgrking alone? A. 10.Sdays: B.21days C. 9 days D. 18 days

20. lf coversed Sin0 = 0.134 , find the value of versed Sin0 . A. 0.8 B. 0.3 c. 0 5 D. 0.2
21.
What is the height of the center of the wheelabove the base of the incline when the wheel has rolled up S ft up the incline? 4.3ft B.5ff c.4 ft D.6ft
A_wheel, 5 ft in diameter, rolls up an incline of 1g"20'.

5.

The first of the three numbers exceeds twice the second number by 4, while the third number is twice the first. lf the
sum of the three numbers is 54, find the largest of the three
numbers.

4.12

8.32

c.

16

D.6

6.

## The speed of tr,"

cm

aer

Ehcfydtuphd.
A
10

cEn oorrr

a certain dbErce in 4 hours, but against the wind it or*y 3rE d tlrd distance in the same time. Find the

@re b

## 120 mi/rrr in a carm. with the wind it

22. A tree broken over by the wind forms a right triangle w!!fr tle ground. tf the broken part makejan angle of b0"
with the ground and the top ofthe tree is now its base, how tall was the tree? A.55fi c.45 ft B.&+fi D.36 fi
ZO

n ftom

dtr

8.

flt

ni,tr

C.

Zl

milhr

D. 40 mi/hr

7- h h 8.

A-!9"17 B.-tar8

dbHG"[Eotg-

## ery.-m&2a(m+Ilx+24:O. ftid m if sre of the {g,rs,-rz

D- t2,-18

23.

h.:no a tao

Serren carpefiters and 5 masons eam a total of 2,300 per day. At tre sarne rate of pay 3 carpenters and g masons earn 2,0rl0. \$Jtra( are the wages per day of a carpenter ,and a mason?

A caper(er and his helper together can repair a house in 10 days. h takes the helper E days longer than the carpenter to do the repair wften each works alone. How many days would [{ake the helper to do the repair if he is to work alone? ' A. 22.8 days B. 7.2 days C. 17.8 days D. 12.2 days

B.3m&210

c.

210

&17o
150

D.270&

## Two friends A and B are respectively S and g years old. ln

and requesting each to copy the letter and send it to four other friends. lf the chain was unbroken until the sth -' set of letters was mailed, how much was spent for postage at P8.00 per letter?

4.5

8.6

A.12,219
8."10,912

c.21,435
D. 11,291

## 10. Roy and RR can jog around a circular park in g and

minutes, respectively. If they start at the same instant from ihe same place, in fiow many minutes will they pass each other if they jog around the track in the same aireition? A,24min. B.20 min. C. 15 min. D.25 min.

12

25. Determine how much wat0r should be evaporqted from 50kg of 30% satt solution to produce a OO* sait solution. All"percentages are by weight. B.35 C. 15 D. 18 kg !,25

ks

kg

ks

11. Find the_term containing x' in the expansion of [x3+(a/g110 A.12lat.f C. tioa?

B.21oa6*

.32oa?

28. A machine costs PS0,000.00 and depreciates 20% of the original costduripg the first year,160/o during the second year,12% during the third year, and so on, for 5 years. What is the value at thi end of 5 years?

A.
B.

12, lf sinxcosx+sin2x
A.
B. -32.2,69.3

32.2,69.3
1Sth

,.._Q.

25,ooo

15,000

c.30,000
,'b.,zojooo

A.46

## term of the progrBsqion 1!4Jn,1fiA,... B. i D. 56

1/56

C:'1t46

27. A boat going across a lake 8 km wide proceeds 2 km at a.certain speed and then completesthe kip at a speed otlzkmlhr faster. By doing this, the boat arrives 10 ' minutes earlier than if the original speed had been maintained. Find the original speed of the boat.

4.4

B. 16

i c.i+

D.6

## A.5 kmlhr B. + rWnr

Q.8 km/hr

D.6 km/hr

15. ln how manyminutes after 2 o'clock will the hands of the clock

extend in opposite directions for the first time? A. 2: 43min & 0.636 C.2:43 min & 38 sec B. 2: 48.636 sec D.2:48 min & 30 sec

sec

28. z varies direc;tly as x and inversely as tt x = 1 and y = 2, then z = 2. Find zwhen x = 3 and y = 4.

A:1.5

B.3

f. c.2.5

D.3.5

## 16. Vvhicfi of the following is a factor of xa-+f-lf+2}x+24.

29. An audience of 540 people is seated in rows having the same number of persons in each row. lf 3 more'peisons seai in each row, it would require 2 rows less to seat

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## REE-MI: Algebra & Trigonometry

4.17
the audience. How many persons were in each row originally?
B. 30

3411g(rsBm
8.86.7
m

D.55.9 m

c.27

D.31

## 30. A group consists of n engineers and n nurses. If two of the

engineers are replaced by two other nurses, then 51% of the group members will be nurses. Find the value of n. 4.80 B.110 c.55 D. 100
PedrO and pedro is 10% taller than

everyone else, it was found that 66 handshakes Were exchanged. How many were at the meeting? B. D.24 .A.

10

20
l

c.12

A.2Oo/o

## Maria, then Juan is taller than Maria by how many percent?

B.

18o/o

C.21Yo

D. 11yo

5? A.0.03

selected. What is the probabitity that it wiil be divisibti by4 and .8. 0.05 c.0.04 D.0.06
6th

32. A piece of wire of length E2 cm. is cut into two unequal.parts. Each part is then bent to form a square. lt is found tfrit ttre total area of the two sguares is g7'cm2. Find the difference

45. ln the series 1, 1, 1t2, 1t6, 1t24,,..., determine the 4.1t28 o. 1t32 a. u64 D.1t120

ternt

4.3

## between the sides of each square.

B.5

c.4

D.9

46. A tree broken over by the wind forms a right triangle with the ground. lf the broken part makes an ingle of 50. with

33. Assuming the earth to be a sphere of radius 3g60 mi, find the 4.2844mi.
B- z+ag mi

## distance of a point 36"N latitude from the equalor.

C.2484mi
D.4288 mi

4.55ft 8.64ft

the ground and the top of the tree is now 20 ft from its base, how tallwas the tree?

c.45ft
D.36ft
C. cosx D. -secx

3a.

[ow many ways can 10 different books be divided among A, B, and C so that A gets 5 books, B 3 books, and C 2
11

A. cso< B. sinx

books?

4.2,520
B. so40

c.

1360800

D.263

## 35. From the eguation 12f-af+U+18=0, find the value of k if

48. Woodz was four times as old as LC ten years ago. lf she is now twice as old as LC, how old is Woodz? 4.15 B.20 c.30 D.25 49. A boat propelled to move at 25 miftrr in still water. trauets 4.2 miles upstream in the same time that lt c n tra** SE roiles downstream. Find the speed dthe stsn

-18

B.-12

c-a7

D. -31

## 36- tf ore rod

AB 8.5

vafue

ofk

d \$f2I+k=O exceeds

iA 4

B,

10

c.8

D. 12

h-)
D. -6

equation

Ji-zlJi =t.
B. 1,4

## 37. The arithmeti! rnean of two numbers is 5, and their harmonic

mean is 2415. Find the numbers.

A.

c.4

D.0,4

.8:4&6

&3&5

c.2&6

D.4&4

38. A man has P100,000, part of which he invested al 12% interest,and the rest at 18%. He received a total annual interest of P15;300. How much did he invest at 18% interest
rate?

51. Find the sum and product of roots qf the equation x3 +2x2 -23x -60 = 0. A.:2,60 G. 17,-60 8.2,17 D.2,60 52. The probability that A can solve a given problem is 4/5,
that B can solve it is 2/3 and that C can solve it is 3/7. tf all three try, compute the probability that the problem will be
solved.

4.45,000 B.60,000

i,qj

55,000

D.75,000
C.

A.

sin'x

Sin2x(1+cot2x).
1

A.0.64 8.0.52
A. 130,240

.b. o.go
D. 0.81

## 53. ln how many ways can g different books be arranged on a

shelf so that 3 of the books are never all 3 together?

40. A vertical pole consists of two parts, each one half of the whole pole. At a point in the horizontal plane which passes
through the fqot of the pole and 36 m frorn it, the upper half of the pole subtend an angle whose tangent is 1/3. How high is the pole? 8.25 D. 16

'9.

ggZ,O+O

c.

160,490

D.260,354

4.72
i"

c.46

54. Find the equation whose roots are numerically eqqal but qpposite in sign to the roots of the equation t'+7f+11x+S-O | C. x3+7f+11x-S=0

\$,ixl-l{1llx-5=0 B. x"+7x2-11x+5=0

D. x3-7f-1 1x+S=0

## 41. ABDE is a square section and BDC is an equilateraltriangle

pitfr C outside the sguare. Compute the value of angle ACE.
A. 30

## 55. Determine the sum of the first 10 terms of the sequence

C. 50 deg. D. 20 deg.

## 42. The angle of elevation of the top of a tower from a point A is

23o30'. From another point B, the angle of elevation of the top of the tower is 55"30' . The points A and B are 217.45 m apart and on the same horizontal plane as the foot of the tower. The horizontal angle subtended by A and B at the foot of\$e tower is 90 degrees. Find the height of the tower. ,A.90.6 c. 89.s m

4.88225 8t88552
56. lf.3logx

3n

-2

C.88255 D.88522

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## RTE-M1: Algebra & frigonometry

lf he has twice as many dimes as quarters, and the number of nickels is two less than twice the number of dimes, how many quarters does he have?

4.27t56

B. 9/56

A:3

8,8

c.6

D.10

A.540 4.1t4
60. lf
x
'.

## .,4. ttOO C.970

D.31'l

hours working together. Working alone, A can do the work in 6 hours more, B in t hour more, and C in twice the time if all working together. How long would it take to finish the work if att working,together? A.20 mins, I C.40 mins. 'D. 50 mins 8.30 mins.

x

## 72. A golf ball is dropped from a height of 6 meters. On each D.3t2

rebound it rises 2/3 of the height from which it last fe[. What distance has it traveledlt the instant it strikes the grognd for the 7th time? A.27.89 m C.2A.87 m B. 19.86 m D.24.27 m

A. 4, -5,

B. -8, 6,

-4

C. 5, -6,

D. 2,

-7,4

## 61. A Caf6 Mocha Grande contains 16oz of a mixture of coffee

and Chocolate which is 40% coffee by volume. How much of the mixture should be removed .and replaced by an equal volume oJ chocolate so that the resulting Caf6 Mocha will be
25o/o cofiee by volume?

73, A wheel,

5 fi in diameter, rolls up an incline of 18"20'. What is the height of the center of the wheel above the base of the incline when the wheel has rolled up 5 ff up the incline?

A.3ft

B.5ft

c..4 fi

D.6ft

oz

C.2.4 oz

D.6oz

## 74. The velocity of an airplane in still

62. lf the sides of the triangle are 2x+3,1+3x+3, and x2+2x, find
the grcatest angle.

A. 100 deg.
B. 130 deg.

C:120 deg.
D. 110 deg 90

air is 125 kph. The velocity.of the wind due east is 25 kph. If the ptane travels dast and returns back to its base again in 4 hours, at what distance does the plane travel due east?

A:240 km.
B. 180 km

## ffi. Tte sum and dftrence of turo angles in a triangle are

desees and g) degrees, respedively. lf the side opposite the sr# angle b Z) crn., fird Ute area of the tsiangle. A:t46_4 c.289-6
g_?31.5
D- 268.4

75. ln a racing contest, there are 240 cars which will have
provisions that will last for 15 hours. Assuming constant hourfi consumption for eacfr car, how long will the fuel prwisions last if I cars withdraw from the race every hour

64. kr tiaqte ABG, angb A=80 deg. and point D is inside the Eiangb, lf BD and CD are bisectors of angle B and C, solve
turthe angle BDC.
A.

4.16

8.18

c.20

D.25

-!00 deg.

t:,lPoo"n'

## 65. A statistical clert submitted the following reports. The average

rate of production of radios is 1.5 units for every 1.5 hrs work

a triangle is equal to 100 cm. lf the angles of the triangle are in the continued proportions of 1:2:4. Compule the shortest side of the triangle. A. 17.545 c. 18.525 D. 14.507 '8.19.806

## by 1.5 workers. How many radios were produced in

rronth by 30 men working 200 hrs during the month?

one

## 77. The sides of a triangular field which contains an area of

2400 sq. cm. are in continued proportion of 3:5:7. Find the smallest side of the triangle,

A.4000
B: seoo

c.5000 D.4200

4.45.74
8.63.62,

',D.57.67

G.95.43

66. A class of 40 students took examination in Etectronics and Communications. lf 30 passed in Electronics, 36 passed in Communication and 2 failed in both subjects, how many
students passed in both subjects?
,.

78. What time after 2 o'clock will the hands of the clock extend
,,in.opposite directions for the first time?

A2:43.64
B.2:43.46

C.2:34.64
.D.2:34.46

A.28

B.30

c.26

D.32

67. The excess of the sum of the fourth and fifih parts over the difference of the half and third parts of a number is 119. Find the number,

79.

Tvrlo cities

270 mi apart lie on the same meridian. Find ther difference in latitude.

4.240 8.320

\.c..420 D.430

D- 4143rad C. range D. relation

## 80. lt is a set of ordered pairs of numbers.

A. function B. domain
.

## 68. How many terms of the progression 4, 7, 10, 13,. . . must be

taken so that the sum will be 69.

4,6

B.

C.8

D.12

## 81. The set of points

69. What is the angle measured in degrees clockwise from the north to the direction in which the carier is traveling. , C, direction A. bearing D. course B. azimuth

in a plane such that the difference of the distances of each point of the set from two fixed points (foci) in the plane is constant. C, Circle A. Parabola D. Ellipse .8. Hyperbola

## 82. ln how many ways can a party of 6 people be seated on

a row of 6 seats if a certain 2 refuse to sit next to each other? C. 180 ways A. 240 ways D. 320 ways B: 480 ways

70. An urn contains 4 white balls and 3 black balls. Another urn contains 3 white balls and 5 black balls. lf one ball is drawn from each urn, determine the probability that the balls drawn will be 1 white and 1 black.
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## Algebra & Trigonometry

83. Find the real vatues of'x and y satisfiing the given
equation:(2x+3y)+ i(3x-5y) = 8-i7 . A. x=1 , y=-2 C. x=2,y=1 B. x=-2, y=-1 D,"x=2,y=-1 95. The vibration frequency of a string varjes as the square length and diameter of ihe string. lf the itring is 3 feet long and 0.03 inch in diameter vibrates at 7i0 times per second under g0 lbs tension, at what frequencv will a 2 feet long, 0.025 inch string vibrate under 2500 tbs tension.

84. Missy goes to a bake shop to buy some pastries for resale

at Booklatte. She spends half her money for Revel Bars, and one-third of what remains for Triple Chocolate Brownies. She spends 150 for other pastries and still has 200 left from the amount she originally had. How much money did shq have

A.6210
8.7514

c.6830

D.5645

atthe start?

## 96. The hypothesis of conditionalstatement. The "if part of

an "if-then" statement.

i*",tosa *9.5100

c.

1500 D. 1250

{'antecedent
B. postulate

C. condition
. D. theorem

85. Roy met Mark and RR walking hand in hand in Trinoma, and because of jealousy he decided to walk northward away from the two at the rate of 2 m/s while the two went to the east at

97. A compound statement that says one sentence is true and only if the other sentence is true.

if

the rate of 0.5 m/s. afler how many minutes will the distance between them be 250 m?

## dependent statement f. B.biconditionalstatement

C. independent statement

D.conditionalstaiement

A. 121

8.60

mins mins
a

1 min

40o/o

c.
100 L

4.349,800

c.469,500

ts.549,600

o.369,600
in

8.90 L

D. 120 L

## 99. The distance passed over by a certain pendulum bob

87. Engr. RR walks at the rate of 6 mph to the LRT station. She then takes the LRT to work, averaging at 60 mph. if she
spends 15 minutes less time on the LRT than walking, and the distance fiom her house to work is 29 miles, wtrat is the disEnce fro{n her house to the LRT station?

4.64ft

succeeding swings form the geometric progression 16, 12,9,... feet respectively. Calculate the totai distance traversed by the bob before coming to rest.

B.75ft

c.54ft

D.96ft

.8.1
'.-_j

c.5

D.6

88. Three

A.1to4 B.3to2

fienG A, B, and C are in a rztce. The odds trat A will win ale 7 to 5, and the odds that B willwin'are 1 to 3. What are the odds in favor of C?
'Q,

100.At what price should Book Latte mark a book that costs F30O in order that it may ofier a disount of 20yo on tfre marked price and still make a profit ol 21o/o on the selling price?

A.400 . B.5@

C.450

D.70O

1,to5

D.2to5

89. Two numbers differ by 40 and their arithmetic mean exceeds their geometric mean by 2. Whalare these numbers? A. 75 & 115 B. 45 & C.8.1 D. 88 &128

85

&121

A.437

8.483

c.417

,iD.4g7
C

## together can do the same job in 4 days, and A and C in 2.5

days. ln how many days can all of them finish the job working together? A. 1.07 days C. 3.1 days " B. 2.8 days D.f.03 days ,
Find the mean, median and mode respectiv.ely of the following numbers; 13,13, 14,12,11,10,9, 11,8,11,5, and 15.

A. 10, 10,

11

c.

10, 11, 11

B; 10,11 , 12

, D: 1.1, 11, 11

93. The age of Diophantus, a Greek mathematician may be calculated from the epitaph which reads as follows:
'Diophantus passed 1/6 of his life in ohildhood, 1112 in youth, 117 as a bachelor. Five years after his marriage was born a son who died 4 years before his father at half his father's final age.'How old was,Diophantus when he died?

A.80

.c.78
'.D"'84

8.82

94. Your father told you "[ was your age now when you were bom'. lf you are 21 years old today, how old is your father?

A50

c.48
D.44

Br42 i-,.

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8.250 m

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D.25 m

## Algebra & Erigonometry

101. This states that every integral rational equation has at least
one root. A. Fundamental p. Fundamental ,C. Fundamental D. Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic Theorem of Counling Theorem of Algebra 115. A flagpole 3 m high stands at the top of a pedestat 2 m hii:rh

Theorem of Eq-uations

located at one side of a pathway. At the opposite side of tire pathway directly facing the flagpole, the flagpole subten:ls the same angle as the pedestal. \A/hat is the width of il e
pathway?

102. The logarithm of the reciprocal of a numberis called A. lnverse Logarithm C. lndex B. Cologarithm D. Briggsian Logarithm 103. How many differenl signals, each consisting of 8 flags hung in a vertical line, can be formed from 4 identical white flags and 4 identical blue flags?

A.3.21 m
B. 5.25 m

C. rt.47 m D.6.28 m

&.70

c.

140

116. Two sides of a triangle measure 18 cm and 6 cm. The third side may be: A. 12 cm C. 10 cnr B. 13 cm D. 11 cm

B. 1680

D.3360

104. Find lhe mean deviation for the following set of data: {10, 20,
301

A. Unary matrix
Ef Unit matrix

A.6.67

c.60
D. 3.33

## C. tdentity matrix D. Nullmatrix

8.20

118.

105. Rex travels 50 miles at the rate of 20 mph and then on a free way travels the next 50 miles at the rate of 50 mph. Wtrat is his average speed? A. 35.0 mph C,r28.6 mph 8.48.8 mph D. 38.5 mph 106. Find the quadratic mean of {2, 4, 6, 8, 10}

are functions which can be expressed using arithmelic operations and vrrhose values are either rational or a root 01 a
rational number.
B. Algebraic

A.Transcedentalfunctions C. lnationalfunctions

functions

D. Logarithmic functions

'l 19.

A.3.33 8.5.50

c.4.83
D.6.63

## dd of cards when there is no replacement befiore the next one is draam.

c.3t26
D.1t2197

120. The hypothesis that an integer "n' is prime ifi it satisfies tiie condition 2 n-2 is divisible by nA. Goldbach's conjeture C. Chinese hlryothesis B. Wlson's Theorem D. Ob typothesis
121. The ages ofthe molher and her daughter are 45 ard 5 year;, rcspectivety. Hor many years will the mother be thre tim: s as old as herdaughterwill? B. D.20 !.c. 15

## 108. The probability of throwing at least 4 aces in 5 throvra of a

die.

A.5

10

4.23t648
B.5t1944

c.

13/3888

D.25t7776

122. A pipe can fill up a tank with the drain open in three hours. lf

## the probability that lhe final four digits in the telephone

number will be odd.

the pipe runs with the drain open for one hour and then trre drain is closed, it will take 45 more minutes for the pipe to iill the tank, if the drain will be closed at the start of filling, h<rw long will it take the pipe to fill the tank?

4.4t7
8.256t2401
of,a die.

c.1t16
D.1t21A

A. 1.15 hrs
B. 1.125 hrs

'

## clock. Between two to three hours after, he retumed horile

and noticed that the hands of the clock interchanged. At wl.rat time did he left his home?

4.0.838
B. 0.161
11

c.

0.051

D.0.238

4.3:27.27

1. Two cards are drawn at random from a standard deck of E2 cards. What is the probability that both are diamonds?

d.s:gl.lz

Q.3:22.22 D.3:44.44

4.13t52 8.7t13

c.7t26
1,.p."1t17

124. A group consist of n boys and n girls. If two of the boys *re

replaced by two other girls, then 49olo of the group memh#r will be boys. Find the value of n.

A.
1'12. A committee of 5 people is to be selecded from a group of 6 men and 7 women. VUhat is the probability that the committee

100

8.49

c.50

D.51

## will have at leasl 3 men?

A.59/143 8.14At292

c.84/14s
D.37t425

125. On his Christmas sale, a merchant marked a pair of slipp,r*n P180.00, which is 2oolo olf the normal retail price. lf the retall price is 500/o higher than the wholesale price, what is fl,le wholesale price of the slipper?

## A. P180.00 113. Billie guesses on all 10 questions on multiple choice quiz,

each number having four choices, What is the probability that exactly hatf of the'answers arc correct?
B. P170.00

c.

P150.00

D. P225.00

4.0.0385 8.0.0835

c.0.0584
D.0.0093

114. A line map was drawn at a scale of 1:50,000. An enor of 0.05 mm in the drawing is equivalent to how many rneters in _ac{ual?

,A. p.s m

c.0.25 m

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