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The semi-major axis of an ellipse is

4 and its semi-minor axis is 3. The

distance from the center to the

directrix is

A. 6.047

B. 6.532

C. 0.6614

D. 6.222

A. (11,-24)

B. (-11,-20)

C. (11,-18)

D. (11,-20)

7. ECE Board April 1998

Determine B such that 3x + 2y 7 =

0 is perpendicular to 2x By + 2 = 0.

A. 5

B. 4

C. 3

D. 2

March 1996, April 1999

Find the equation of the directrix of

the parabola y2 = 16x.

A. x = -4

B. x = -8

C. x = 4

D. x = 8

Find the value of k for which the

equation x2 + y2 + 4x 2y k = 0

represents a point circle.

A. 5

B. 6

C. -6

D. -5

The midpoint of the line segment

between P1(x,y) and P2(-2,4) is

Pm(2,-1). Find the coordinates of P1.

A. (6,-6)

B. (6,-5)

C. (5,-6)

D. (-6,6)

The diameter of a circle described

by 9x2 + 9y2 = 16 is

A. 4/3

B. 16/9

C. 8/3

D. 4

Given the ellipse (x2/36 + (y2/32) = 1.

Determine the distance between the

foci.

A. 8

B. 4

C. 2

D. 3

Find the equation of the axis of

symmetry of the function y = 2x2 7x

+ 5.

A. 7x + 4 = 0

B. 4x + 7 = 0

C. 4x 7 = 0

D. 4x 2 = 0

Find the coordinates of the point

P(2,4) with respect to the translated

axis with origin at (1,3).

A. (1,-1)

B. (-1,-1)

C. (1,1)

D. (-1,1)

Point P(x,y) moves with a distance

from point (0,1) one-half of its

distance from line y = 4. The

equation of its locus is

A. 2x2 4y2 = 5

B. 4x2 + 3y2 = 12

C. 2x2 + 5y3 = 3

D. x2 + 2y2 = 4

The segment from (-1,4) to (2,-2) is

extended three times its own length.

The terminal point is

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The major axis of the elliptical path

in which the earth moves around the

sun is approximately 186,000,000

miles and the eccentricity of the

ellipse is 1/60. Determine the

apogee of the earth.

A. 93,000,000 miles

B. 91,450,000 miles

C. 94,335,100 miles

D. 94,550,000 miles

from the point (2,-1) is equal to its

distance from the x-axis. The

equation of the locus is

A. x2 4x + 2y + 5 = 0

B. x2 4x 2y + 5 = 0

C. x2 + 4x + 2y + 5 = 0

D. x2 + 4x 2y 5 = 0

18. ECE Board November 1999

The point of intersection of the

planes x + 5y 2z = 9, 3x 2y + z =

3 and x+ y + z = 2 is at

A. (1,2,1)

B. (2,1,-1)

C. (1,-1,2)

D. (-1,-1,2)

A line passes through point (2,2).

Find the equation of the line if the

length of the line segment

intercepted by the coordinate axes is

the square root of 5.

A. 2x + y 2 = 0

B. 2x y 2 = 0

C. 2x y + 2 = 0

D. 2x + y + 2 = 0

April 2005/ ECE Board April 2003

Given the points (3,7) and (-4,-7).

Solve the distance between them.

A. 15.65

B. 17.65

C. 16.65

D. 14.65

Find the area of the triangle which

the line 2x 3y + 6 = 0 form with the

coordinate axes.

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 2

Find the distance of directrix from

the center of an ellipse if its major

axis is 10 and its minor axis is 8.

A. 8.5

B. 8.1

C. 8.3

D. 8.7

Determine the coordinates of the

point which is three-fifths of the way

from the point (2,-5) to the point

(-3,5).

A. (-1,1)

B. (-2,-1)

C. (-1.-2)

D. (1,-1)

Find the coordinates of the vertex of

the parabola y = x2 4x + 1 by

making use of the fact that at the

vertex, the slope of the tangent is

zero.

A. (2,-3)

B. (-2,-3)

C. (-1,-3)

D. (3,-2)

If the points (-2,3), (x,y) and (-3,5) lie

on a straight line, then the equation

of the line is ________.

A. x 2y 1 = 0

B. 2x + y 1 = 0

C. x + 2y 1 = 0

D. 2x + y + 1 = 0

17. ECE Board November 1999

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ABCDEF formed by joining the

points A(1,4), B(0,-3), C(2,3),

D(-1,2), E(-2,-1) and F(3,0).

A. 24

B. 20

C. 22

D. 15

23. ECE Board April 2000

The parabolic antenna has an

equation y2 + 8x = 0. Determine the

length of the latus rectum.

A. 8

B. 10

C. 12

D. 9

C. 19/3

D. 6

28. ECE Board November 2001

Find the angle between the planes

3x y + z 5 = 0.

A. 62.45

B. 52.45

C. 82.45

D. 72.45

29. ECE Board November 2001

Find the equation of a line where xintercept is 2 and y-intercept is -2.

A. 2x + 2y + 2 = 0

B. x y 2 = 0

C. 2y 2x + 2 = 0

D. x y 1 = 0

A line 4x + 2y 2 = 0 is coincident

with the line

A. 4x + 4y 2 = 0

B. 4x + 3y + 3 = 0

C. 8x + 4y 2 = 0

D. 8x + 4y 4 = 0

Find the value of k if the distance

from the point (2,1) to the line 5x +

12y + k = 0. is 2.

A. 5

B. 2

C. 4

D. 3

Find the equation of the parabola

whose axis is parallel to the x-axis

and passes through the points (3,1),

(0,0) and (8,-4).

A. x2 2x y = 0

B. x2 + 2x + y = 0

C. y2 + 2y + x = 0

D. y2 + 2y x = 0

Determine the farthest distance from

the point (3,7) to the circle x2 + y2 +

4x 6y 12 = 0.

A. 6.40

B. 1.40

C. 11.40

D. 4.60

November 2002

The directrix of a parabola is the line

y = 5 and its focus is at the point

(4,-3). What is the length of latus

rectum?

A. 18

B. 14

C. 16

D. 12

Find the equation of the

perpendicular bisector of the line

joining (4,0) and (6,3).

A. 4x + 6y 29 = 0

B. 4x + 6y + 29 = 0

C. 4x -6y + 29 = 0

D. 4x 6y 29 = 0

A point P(x,2) is equidistant from the

points (-2,9) and (4,-7). The value of

x is

33. ECE Board April 2003

A line has an equation of x + 5y + 5

= 0. Find the equation of the line

A. 11/3

B. 20/3

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this line.

A. x + 6y + 9 = 0

B. x + 5y 8 = 0

C. x 7y + 8 = 0

D. x + 3y 5 = 0

What is the equation of the circle

with center at the origin and a radius

of 5?

A. x2 + y2 = 1

B. x2 + y2 = 25

C. x2 + y2 = 10

D. x2 + y2 = 5

Determine the vertex of the parabola

y = -x2 + 8x + 2.

A. (18,4)

B. (-4,-18)

C. (4,18)

D. (-4,18)

What is the equation of the line

through (-3,5) which makes an angle

of 45 degrees with the line 2x + y =

12?

A. x + 3y 12 = 0

B. x + 3y + 18 = 0

C. x + 2y 7 = 0

D. x 3y 18 = 0

What is the equation of a circle with

its center at the origin and if the

point (1,1) lies on the circumference

of the circle?

A. (x+1)2 + (y+1)2 = 2

B. (x+1)2 + (y+1)2 = 4

C. x2 + y2 = 2

D. x2 + y2 = 4

Determine the acute angle between

the lines y 3x = 2 and y 4x = 9.

A. 4.39 deg

B. 3.75 deg

C. 5.35 deg

D. 2.53 deg

What is the distance of the line 4x

3y + 5 = 0 from the point (4,2)?

A. 5

B. 4

C. 2

D. 3

Determine the equation of the

perpendicular bisector of the

segment PQ if P(-2,3) and Q(4,-5).

A. 3y 3x + 7 = 0

B. 4x 3y + 7 = 0

C. 6x 8y 14 = 0

D. 3x 4y 7 = 0

If the lines 4x y + 2 = 0 and x + 2ky

+ 1 = 0 are perpendicular to each

other, determine the value of k,

A. 3

B. 4

C. 1

D. 2

38. ECE Board April 2003

A triangle is drawn with vertices at

(-1,-1), (1,3) and (4,1). What is the

median from vertex (4,1)?

Find the volume of the pyramid

formed in the first octant by the

plane 6x + 10y + 5z 30 = 0 and the

coordinate axes.

A. 13

B. 12

C. 14

D. 15

A. 10 units

B. 4 units

C. 5 units

D. 6 units

A circle with its center in the first

quadrant is tangent to both x and y

axes. If its radius is 4, what is the

equation of the circle?

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A. (x+4)2 + (y+4)2 = 16

B. (x8)2 + (y 8)2 = 16

C. (x 4)2 + (y4)2 = 16

D. (x+4)2 (y4)2 = 16

line 4x + 3y 7 = 0 is equal to 5.

Find the value of y.

A. 12

B. 8

C. 5

D. 7

A circle is described by the equation

x2 + y2 16x = 0. What is the length

of the chord which is 4 units from the

center of the circle?

A. 6.93 units

B. 13.86 units

C. 11.55 units

D. 9.85 units

51. Problem:

The distance from a point (2,y) to a

line x 2y + 3 = 0 equal to 5 . Find

the value of y.

A. y = 5

B. y = -7

C. y = 9

D. 7 = 3

What is the equation of the line that

passes through (-3,5) and is parallel

to the line 4x -2y + 2 =0?

A. 4x 2y + 22 = 0

B. 2x + y + 10 = 0

C. 4x + 2y 11 = 0

D. 2x y + 11 = 0

52. Problem:

Find the distance between the points

(2,5) and the line x 2y + 3 = 0.

A. 5

What is the distance between line

x + 2y + 8 = 0 and the point (5,-2)?

A. 4.20

B. 4.44

C. 4.02

D. 4.22

B.

C.

D.

53. Problem:

Find x if the distance between points

(x,4) and (3,4) is equal to 10.

A. 13,-7

B. 12,-6

C. 11,-4

D. 14,-7

April 1999

Given two points (-4,-7) and (3,7).

What is the distance between them?

A. 15.65

B. 4.58

C. 245

D. 1

54. Problem:

Find the distance between the lines

3x + 4y 12 = 0 and 3x + 4y 22 =

0.

A. 3

B. 4

C. 1

D. 2

Find the distance between the given

lines 4x 3y = 12 and 4x 3y = -8.

55. Problem:

Find the distance coordinate of the

center of the circle 2x2 8x + 2y2 +

12y = 1 and the x and y axes.

A. (-2,3)

B. (2,3)

C. (2,-3)

D. (-2,-3)

A. 4

B. 10

C. 8

D. 3

50. Problem:

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having a slope of which passes

thru the intersection of the lines.

A. 2x 4y + 11 = 0

B. 2x 8y + 12 = 0

C. 2x 6y + 13 = 0

D. 2x 5y + 9 = 0

56. Problem:

Find the slope of the line whose

parametric equations are x = 2 t

and y = 1 + 2t.

A. -2

B. 2

C.

D.

62. Problem:

Two lines have an equation of 2x y

+ 2 = 0 and 2x + y 4 = 0. What is

the equation of the line bisecting the

bigger angle formed by the

intersection of the lines.

A. y 5 = 0

B. y 3 = 0

C. y + 3 = 0

D. y + 5 = 0

57. Problem:

A line has a parametric equation of

x = 4 + 3t and y = 7 + t. Find the yintercept of the line.

A. 14/3

B. 17/3

C. 16/3

D. 3/17

63. Problem:

The points (1,3) and (5,5) are two

opposite vertices of a rectangle. The

other two vertices lie on the line y =

2x + k. Find the coordinates of the

centroid of the rectangle.

A. y = 4

B. y = 8

C. y = 2

D. y = 0

58. Problem:

A line has a parametric equation of x

= 4 + 3t and y = 7 + t. Find the

distance from the origin to this line.

A. 6.28

B. 5.38

C. 10.76

D. 2.17

59. Problem:

A line has a parametric equation of x

= 4 + 3t and y = 7 + t. Find the angle

in degrees between this line and the

x-axis.

A. 16.43

B. 17.43

C. 18.43

D. 19.43

64. Problem:

The points (1,3) and (5,5) are two

opposite vertices of a rectangle. The

other two vertices lie on the line y =

2x + k. Find the value of k.

A. k = -2

B. k = 2

C. k = 1

D. k = -1

60. Problem:

Two lines have an equation of 2x y

+ 2 = 0 and 2x + y 4 = 0. Find the

smallest angle between the two

lines.

65. Problem:

The points (1,3) and (5,5) are two

opposite vertices of a rectangle. The

other two vertices lie on the line y =

2x + k. Find the area of the

rectangle.

A. 5 sq. units

B. 6 sq. units

C. 7 sq. units

D. 8 sq. units

A. 63.13

B. 90

C. 53.13

D. 45

61. Problem:

Two lines have an equation of 2x y

+ 2 = 0 and 2x + y 4 = 0.

Determine the equation of the line

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B. 5x y 10 = 0

C. 5x y 14 = 0

D. x 5y 14 = 0

66. Problem:

Two lines having an equation of 4x +

3y 11 = 0 and 5x 12y +2 = 0

intersect each other. Find the

equation of the line bisector of the

smaller angle formed by the

intersection of the two lines.

A. 3x + 17y = 11

B. 3x + 11y = 17

C. 11x + 3y = 17

D. 11x + 17y = 3

71. Problem:

A circle has its center at (3,-2) is

tangent to the line 3x + 4y 26 = 0.

Compute the equation of the circle.

A. x2 y2 6x + 4y = 12

B. x2 + y2 6x 4y = 12

C. x2 y2 + 6x + 4y = 12

D. x2 + y2 6x + 4y = 12

67. Problem:

Two lines having an equation of 4x +

3y 11 = 0 and 5x 12y +2 = 0

intersect each other. Find the

smaller angle between the two lines.

A. 7545

B. 4575

C. 6075

D. 7560

72. Problem:

A circle has its center at (3,-2) is

tangent to the line 3x + 4y 26 = 0.

Compute the equation of the normal.

A. 3x 2y = 12

B. 4x 3y = 18

C. 4x 4y = 12

D. 3x 3y = 11

73. Problem:

A circle has its center at (3,-2) is

tangent to the line 3x + 4y 26 = 0.

Compute the point of tangency of

the circle.

A. 4,2

B. 3,4

C. 6,2

D. 2,6

68. Problem:

Two lines having an equation of 4x +

3y 11 = 0 and 5x 12y +2 = 0

intersect each other. Find the

equation of the line perpendicular to

the line bisector of angle formed by

intersection of the two lines which

passes thru the intersection of the

two lines.

A. 11x 5y = 19

B. 11x 6y = 9

C. 11x 3y = 19

D. 11x 6y = 6

69. Problem:

What is the equation of the line

having a slope of 2 and passing

through the point (-1, 1).

74. Problem:

Two circles have equations of

x2 + y2 4x 4y + 4 = 0 and

x2 + y2 4x + 8y + 4 = 0. Find the

distance between the centers of the

two circles.

A. 6

B. 4

C. 3

D. 2

A. 2x y + 3 = 0

B. 3x +y 3 = 0

C. 2x + y 3 = 0

D. 3x y + 3 = 0

70. Problem:

A line has an equation of x + 5y + 5

= 0. Find the equation of the line

through points (3,1) that is

perpendicular to this line.

A. x 5y 4 = 0

75. Problem:

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x2 + y2 4x 4y + 4 = 0 and

x2 + y2 4x + 8y + 4 = 0. Determine

the equation of the radical axis.

A. y = 2

B. y = 0

C. y = 4

D. y = 3

y 10 = 0 and 2x + y + 2 = 0. Find

the area of the triangle

circumscribing the circle.

A. 25 sq.units

B. 15 sq.units

C. 30 sq.units

D. 45 sq.units

81. Problem:

A triangle has its sides having

equation equal to x + 2y 5 = 0, 2x

y 10 = 0 and 2x + y + 2 = 0. Find

the equation of the circle inscribed in

the triangle.

A. x2 + y2 4x + 2y = 0

B. 3x2 + 3y2 3x 2y = 0

C. 4x2 + 4y2 x 4y = 0

D. 2x2 + 2y2 -2x + 3y = 0

76. Problem:

Two circles have equations of

x2 + y2 4x 4y + 4 = 0 and

x2 + y2 4x + 8y + 4 = 0. Compute

the length of the common external

tangent.

A. 5.66

B. 6.74

C. 4.12

D. 6.43

82. Problem:

A triangle has its sides having

equation equal to x + 2y 5 = 0, 2x

y 10 = 0 and 2x + y + 2 = 0. Find

the area of the circle inscribed in the

triangle.

A. 17.51 sq.units

B. 15.67 sq.units

C. 13.54 sq.units

D. 15.71 sq.units

77. Problem:

A circle is circumscribing a triangle

formed by the lines y = 0, y = x, and

2x + 3y = 10. Find the area of the

triangle inscribed in the circle.

A. 7

B. 3

C. 8

D. 5

78. Problem:

A circle is circumscribing a triangle

formed by the lines y = 0, y = x, and

2x + 3y = 10. Find the equation of

the circle.

A. x2 + y2 5x + y = 0

B. 2x2 + y2 3x + 2y = 0

C. x2 + 3y2 x y = 0

D. 2x2 y2 5x + y = 0

83. Problem:

79. Problem:

A circle is circumscribing a triangle

formed by the lines y = 0, y = x, and

2x + 3y = 10. Find the area of the

circle.

A. 18.23 sq.units

B. 20.42 sq.units

C. 22.23 sq.units

D. 35.33 sq. units

48. Determine the area of the

segment of the circle cut by the line

joining the intersection of the circle

and the curve x2 + 8y = 0.

A. 12.5

B. 11.32

C. 13.67

D. 17. 54

80. Problem:

A triangle has its sides having

equation equal to x + 2y 5 = 0, 2x

84. Problem:

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48. Determine the area of the

segment of the circle cut by the line

joining the intersection of the circle

and the curve x2 + 8y = 0.

A. 24.45 sq.units

B. 23.75 sq.units

C. 23.24 sq.units

D. 27.12 sq.units

A. x 4 = 0

B. x 2 = 0

C. x + 4 = 0

D. x 4 = 0

90. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 16y. Compute the abscissa of a

point B on the curve which has its

ordinate equal to 4.

A. 4

B. 2

C. 8

D. 16

85. Problem:

A circle has an equation of x2 + y2 =

48. Compute the common area

between the circle x2 + y2 = 48 and

the curve x2 + 8y = 0.

A. 57.23 sq.units

B. 77.54 sq.units

C. 53.43 sq.units

D. 67.85 sq.units

91. Problem:

A parabola having its axis along the

x-axis passes through (-3,6) if the

vertex is at the origin. Compute the

equation of the parabola.

A. y2 = -12x

B. y2 = -14x

C. y2 = -16x

D. y2 = -8x

86. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 20y. Compute the latus rectum

of the parabola.

A. 25 latus rectum

B. 23.5 latus rectum

C. 20 latus rectum

D. 18 latus rectum

92. Problem:

A parabola having its axis along the

x-axis passes through (-3,6) if the

vertex is at the origin. Locate the

coordinates of the focus.

A. F(-3,0)

B. F(0,3)

C. F(0,-3)

D. F(-3,3)

87. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 20y. Locate the coordinates of

the focus of the parabola.

A. (5,0)

B. (0,5)

C. (4,5)

D. (5,4)

93. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 + 4x + 16y = 44. Locate the

coordinates of the vertex of the

parabola.

A. (-2,3)

B. (3,-2)

C. (4,-3)

D. (3,-3)

88. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 20y. Determine the equation of

the directrix of the parabola.

A. y + 5 = 0

B. y 5 = 0

C. y + 20 = 0

D. y 20 = 0

94. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

89. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 16y. Determine the equation of

the directrix.

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coordinates of the focus of the

parabola.

A. F(-2,-1)

B. F(-2,-2)

C. F(-3,1)

D. F(2,2)

C. 2

D. 1

100. Problem:

A point moves so that its distance

from point (2,-1) is equal to its

distance from the x-axis. Compute

the equation of the directrix.

A. y + 1 = 0

B. y 1 = 0

C. y + 2 = 0

D. y 2 = 0

95. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 + 4x + 16y = 44. Determine the

equation of the directrix of the

parabola.

A. y 5 = 0

B. y 4 = 0

C. y 6 = 0

D. y + 4 = 0

101. Problem:

An ellipse has an equation equal to

9x2 144x + 16y2 + 96y + 495 = 0.

Compute the center of the curve.

A. (8,4)

B. (4,7)

C. (8,-3)

D. (3,-8)

96. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

y2 + 4y 4x 8 = 0. Locate the

vertex of the parabola.

A. (-4,4)

B. (5,3)

C. (4,-1)

D. (-3,-2)

102. Problem:

An ellipse has an equation equal to

9x2 144x + 16y2 + 96y + 495 = 0.

Compute the eccentricity of the

curve.

A. 0.556

B. 0.661

C. 0.841

D. 0.689

97. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

y2 + 4y 4x 8 = 0. Locate the

focus of the parabola.

A. F(-3,-2)

B. F(-2.2)

C. F(-2,-2)

D. F(4,-4)

98. Problem:

A point moves so that its distance

from point (2,-1) is equal to its

distance from the x-axis. Find the

equation of the locus.

A. x2 + 5x 2y + 5 = 0

B. x2 4x 2y + 5 = 0

C. x2 3x + 2y + 5 = 0

D. x2 + 4x 2y + 5 = 0

103. Problem:

An ellipse has an equation equal to

9x2 144x + 16y2 + 96y + 495 = 0.

Compute the length of the latus

rectum.

A. 7.5

B. 3.6

C. 4.5

D. 9.3

99. Problem:

A point moves so that its distance

from point (2,-1) is equal to its

distance from the x-axis. Compute

the length of latus rectum.

A. 5

B. 3

104. Problem:

An ellipse has an equation equal to

9x2 + 4y2 72x 24y + 144 = 0.

Compute the location of its vertices.

A. (6,4) and (5,6)

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C. (5,9) and (6,9)

D. (8,3) and (7,4)

D. 0.732

110. Problem:

The distance between the foci of an

ellipse is equal to 8 and the second

eccentricity is equal to 1.333.

Compute the length of latus rectum.

A. 4.8

B. 3.1

C. 2.5

D. 3.6

105. Problem:

An ellipse has an equation equal to

9x2 + 4y2 72x 24y + 144 = 0.

Compute the distance between the

foci.

A. 6.423

B. 6.733

C. 4.472

D. 8.135

111. Problem:

The distance between the foci of an

ellipse is equal to 8 and the second

eccentricity is equal to 1.333.

Compute the distance between the

directrices.

A. 12.5

B. 17.4

C. 13.5

D. 16.42

106. Problem:

An ellipse has an equation equal to

9x2 + 4y2 72x 24y + 144 = 0.

Compute the distance from the

center to one of its directrix.

A. 4.025

B. 7.421

C. 6.774

D. 3.578

112. Problem:

The distance between the foci of an

ellipse is equal to 8 and the second

eccentricity is equal to 1.333.

Compute the perimeter of the curve.

A. 26.8

B. 22.4

C. 25.91

D. 19.43

107. Problem:

An ellipse has an eccentricity of 1/3

and the distance between the foci is

equal to 4. Compute the length of

latus rectum.

A. 77.94

B. 14.89

C. 6.78

D. 10.67

108. Problem:

An ellipse has an eccentricity of 1/3

and the distance between the foci is

equal to 4. Compute the distance

from the farthest vertex to one of its

directrix.

A. 12

B. 16

C. 24

D. 32

113. Problem:

The length of the latus rectum of an

ellipse is 4/5 of the length of its

minor axis. If the distance between

their vertices is 20, compute its

eccentricity.

A. 0.60

B. 0.73

C. 0.31

D. 0.56

109. Problem:

An ellipse has an eccentricity of 1/3

and the distance between the foci is

equal to 4. Compute the second

eccentricity of ellipse.

A. 0.644

B. 0.353

C. 0.321

114. Problem:

The length of the latus rectum of an

ellipse is 4/5 of the length of its

minor axis. If the distance between

their vertices is 20, compute the

distance between the directrices.

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A. 66.67

B. 33.33

C. 45.66

D. 23.33

hyperbola is equal to 18 and the

distance between the foci is 12.

Compute the equation of the

asymptote of the hyperbola.

A. y 3x

115. Problem:

The distance from point A

B. y 4x

C. y 5x

of ellipse 2x2 + 6y2 = 12. Find the

value of .

A. 60

B. 15

C. 45

D. 74

D. y 6x

120. Problem:

A hyperbola has a length of latus

rectum equal to 1 and slope of

asymptotes is 1/2. Find the

equation of the hyperbola.

A. x2 4y2 = 6

B. x2 + 4y2 = 4

C. x2 4y2 = 3

D. x2 4y2 = 4

116. Problem:

A hyperbola has an equation of

16y2 9x2 + 36x + 96y 36 = 0.

Compute the coordinates of the

center of the curve.

A. (2,-3)

B. (-2.-3)

C. (-3,2)

D. (3,6)

121. Problem:

A hyperbola has a length of latus

rectum equal to 1 and slope of

asymptotes is 1/2. Compute the

distance between the directrices of

the hyperbola.

A. 4.68

B. 3.58

C. 8.65

D. 5.57

117. Problem:

A hyperbola has an equation of

16x2 9y2 128x 90y 113 = 0.

Locate the position of the vertices of

the curve.

122. Problem:

A hyperbola passes through (2,0)

and whose foci are (-4,0) and (4,0).

Find the equation of the hyperbola.

A. 3x2 + y2 = 12

B. x2 + 3y2 = 12

C. 3x2 y2 = 12

D. x2 3x2 = 12

B. V(7,-5) and V(5,-1)

C. V(7,-7) and V(1,5)

D. V(7,-5) and V(1,-5)

118. Problem:

The length of the latus rectum of a

hyperbola is equal to 18 and the

distance between the foci is 12. Find

the equation of the curve if the

conjugate axis is parallel to the yaxis.

A. 3x2 y2 = 27

B. 4x2 3y2 = 21

C. 3x2 + y2 = 27

D. 3x2 3y2 = 29

123. Problem:

A point moves so that the difference

between its distances from (0,5) and

(0,-5) is 8. Find the equation of the

locus of the point.

A. 9y2 16x2 = 144

B. 3y2 4x2 = 12

C. 4y2 + 3x2 = 144

D. 9y2 + 16x2 = 12

119. Problem:

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124. Problem:

Two ground stations are located by

its coordinates as A(0,0) and B(0,5),

the unit being 1 km. An airplane pilot

conducting a reconnaissance survey

knows from the radar that at a

certain instant he is 3 km. nearer B

than A. What is the equation of the

curve that defines this data?

A. 9x2 16y2 + 80y 64 = 0

B. 9x2 + 16y2 9y 16 = 0

C. 9x2 16y2 80y 64 = 0

D. 9x2 + 16y2 + 80y 75 = 0

128. Problem:

An equilateral hyperbola has an

equation of x2 y2 = 9. Compute the

location of the vertices.

A. V(3,0) and (-3,0)

B. V(-3,0) and (0,3)

C. V(-3,3) and (3,0)

D. V(-3,2) and (3,2)

129. Problem:

An equilateral hyperbola has an

equation of x2 y2 = 9. Compute the

eccentricity of the equilateral

hyperbola.

A. 2

B. 1.414

C. 3.14

D. 5.34

125. Problem:

Two ground stations are located by

its coordinates as A(0,0) and B(0,5),

the unit being 1 km. An airplane pilot

conducting a reconnaissance survey

knows from the radar that at a

certain instant he is 3 km. nearer B

than A. Compute the eccentricity of

this curve.

A. 1.86

B. 1.67

C. 1.53

D. 1.79

130. Problem:

A curve has an equation of x2 = 16y.

Compute the equation of the tangent

at point (4,1).

A. x = 2y + 2

B. x = 5y 2

C. x = 4y 1

D. x = y 4

126. Problem:

Two ground stations are located by

its coordinates as A(0,0) and B(0,5),

the unit being 1 km. An airplane pilot

conducting a reconnaissance survey

knows from the radar that at a

certain instant he is 3 km. nearer B

than A. Compute the length of the

latus rectum.

A. 7.53

B. 6.44

C. 5.33

D. 11.34

131. Problem:

A curve has an equation of x2 = 16y.

Compute the equation of the normal

at point (4,1).

A. 2x y + 9 = 0

B. 2x y 9 = 0

C. 2x + y 9 = 0

D. 2x + 2y 9 = 0

132. Problem:

127. Problem:

The equation of an asymptote of a

hyperbola is equal to y = 2x which

5

passes thru ,3 . Determine the

2

equation of the hyperbola.

A. 5x2 5y2 = 12

B. 4x2 y2 = 16

C. 4x2 + y2 = 8

D. 3x2 3y2 = 10

Find the length of the sub-normal.

A. 0.9

B. 0.45

C. 0.5

D. 0.33

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16x + 96y + 144 = 0. Find the

equation of the tangent at (8,-1).

A. y 1 = 0

B. y + 1 = 0

C. y + 2 = 0

D. y 2 = 0

139. Problem:

A curve has an equation of y2 = 8x.

Compute the equation of the tangent

at (2,4).

A. x y + 2 = 0

B. 2x y + 3 = 0

C. x y 2 = 0

D. x + 2y 1 = 0

134. Problem:

A curve has an equation of x2 + 16y2

16x + 96y + 144 = 0. Find the

equation of the normal at (8,-1).

A. x 9 = 0

B. x 8 = 0

C. x 7 = 0

D. x 12 = 0

140. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of x2 =

16y. Find the equation of tangent at

(8,4).

A. x y = 4

B. x 3y = 3

C. x + 8y = 2

D. x 8y = 4

135. Problem:

A curve has an equation of x2 + 16y2

16x + 96y + 144 = 0. Determine

the eccentricity of the curve.

A. 0.97

B. 0.76

C. 0.80

C. 0.34

141. Problem:

A circle has an equation of x2 + y2 =

25. Find the equation to the tangent

to a circle having a slope of 1 at the

2nd quadrant.

A. y x 4 3

136. Problem:

B. y x 5 2

= 32 4x y2. Find the equation of

the tangent at (4,0).

A. 3x + 4y 12 = 0

B. 3x 5y 11 = 0

C. 3x + 6y 10 = 0

D. 3x 4y + 12 = 0

C. y x 3 2

D. y x 5 2

142. Problem:

The equation of a circle is

x2 + y2 = 25. Find the equation of the

tangent on the 2nd quadrant if it has a

slope of 3/4.

A. 3x + 4y 25 = 0

B. 3x 4y + 25 = 0

C. 2x 4y + 25 = 0

D. 2x + 5y 16 = 0

137. Problem:

A curve has an equation of y = 2x2 +

1. Compute the equation of the

tangent at (1,3).

A. 4x + y = 1

B. 4x y = 1

C. 4x + 2y = 1

D. 4x 3y = 1

143. Problem:

A curve has an equation of

9x2 + 25y2 = 225. Find the equation

of the tangent to the curve at the 2nd

quadrant.

A. y 3x 109

138. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of x2 =

6y + 10. Compute the points of

tangency at the curve.

A. (11,13) and (6,8)

B. (18,6) and (4,7)

C. (10,15) and (4,1)

B. y 3x 100

C. y 2x 109

D. y 2x 109

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x2 = 6y + 10. Compute the point of

tangency of the curve.

A. (4,2)

B. (3,1)

C. (4,1)

D, (5,2)

144. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

y2 = 8x. Find the equation of the

diameter of the parabola which

bisects chords parallel to the line

x y = 4.

A. y 5 = 0

B. y 3 = 0

C. y 4 = 0

D. y + 2 = 0

150. Problem:

The coordinate axes are the

asymptotes of the equilateral

hyperbola whose vertex in the first

quadrant is 3 2 units from the

origin. What is the equation of the

hyperbola.

A. xy = 4

B. xy = 9

C. xy = 6

D. xy = 3

145. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

y2 = 8x. Find the equation of the

tangent to the parabola having a

slope parallel to the line x y = 4.

A. x + y 2 = 0

B. x y + 2 = 0

C. x y 3 = 0

D. x + y 4 = 0

151. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = - 6y. If the equation of the

diameter of the parabola is x = 3,

find the slope of the chords which

are bisected by the diameter of

parabola.

A. y = 1

B. y = -1

C. y = 2

D. y = -2

152. Problem:

146. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

y2 = 8x. Find the point of tangency.

A. (3,4)

B. (2,4)

C. (1,4)

D. (2,1)

147. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 6y + 10. Determine the equation

of a diameter of the parabola which

bisects chords having a slope of 4/3.

A. x 2 = 0

B. x 4 = 0

C. x + 2 = 0

D. x + 4 = 0

+ 25y2 = 225. Compute the second

eccentricity of the curve.

A. 2.12

B. 2.66

C. 1.33

D. 1.56

148. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

x2 = 6y + 10. Compute the equation

of a tangent to the curve x2 = 6y + 10

which has a slope of 4/3.

A. 4x 3y = 13

B. 3x 3y = 12

C. 2x 4y = 11

D. 4x 3y = 13

153. Problem:

A hyperbola has an equation of 2x2

5y2 = 10. If the equation of the

diameter of the hyperbola is equal to

x 5y = 0, find the slope of the

chords which are bisected by the

diameter of hyperbola.

A. y = 2

B. y = 1

C. y =

D. y = 3

149. Problem:

A parabola has an equation of

154. Problem:

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16. If the equation of the diameter of

the hyperbola is 3x + y = 0, find the

slope of the chords which are

bisected by the diameter of the

hyperbola.

A. y = 3

B. y = 2

C. y = 1

D. y = -3

curve 3xy + y 2 = 0 such that the

transformed equation will have no

xy term.

A. 40

B. 45

C. 60

D. 22.5

160. Problem:

A curve has an equation of

r2 sin 2 = 6. Transform it into

rectangular coordinates.

A. xy = 3

B. xy = 4

C. xy = 6

D. xy = 2

155. Problem:

The equation of ellipse is given as

16x2 + 36y2 = 576. Compute the

equation of polar of the point (4,-6)

with respect to the ellipse 16x2 +

36y2 = 576.

A. 8x 27y = 32

B. 8x 27y = 42

C. 8x + 27y = 36

D. 8x 27y = 72

161. Problem:

A curve has an equation of

r2 sin 2 = 6. Find the equation of the

diameter of the hyperbola which

bisects all chords having a slope of

-2.

A. 3x = 2y

B. x = 2y

C. 2x = y

D. 3x = y

162. Problem:

156. Problem:

The equation of ellipse is given as

16x2 + 36y2 = 576. Compute the

equation of the diameter of ellipse

which bisects all chords having a

slope of 3.

A. 4x 21y = 0

B. 4x + 27y = 0

C. 4x + 27y = 0

D. 4x 21y = 0

= 6. Find the equation of the

conjugate diameter of a hyperbola.

A. 2x + y = 0

B. 2x y = 0

C. 2x + 2y = 2

D. 2x y = 2

157. Problem:

The equation of ellipse is given as

16x2 + 36y2 = 576. Compute the

second eccentricity of the ellipse.

A. 1.1143

B. 1.1175

C. 1.1632

D. 1.6432

163. Problem:

A conic section is describe by the

following equation r sin2 = cos

with angle corresponds to a right

triangle with adjacent side x and

opposite side y and hypotenuse r.

Compute the length of the latus

rectum.

A. 2

B. 1

C. 3

D. 0.5

158. Problem:

Compute the transform equation of

the curve xy = 1 by rotating the axes

through 45.

A. (x)2 + (y)2 = 2

B. x y = 2

C. (x)2 (y)2 = 2

D. x + y = 2

164. Problem:

A conic section is described by the

following equation r sin2 = cos

159. Problem:

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triangle with adjacent side x and

opposite side y and hypotenuse r.

Compute the abscissa of the focus

of the conic section.

A. 0.33

B. 0.5

C. 0.25

D. 0.8

169. Problem:

The equation of a conic is r sin2 =

8 cos . Compute the coordinates of

the focus of the given conic.

A. (2,5)

B. (2,0)

C. (3,5)

D. (1,2)

170. Problem:

165. Problem:

A conic section is describe by the

following equation r sin2 = cos

with angle corresponds to a right

triangle with adjacent side x and

opposite side y and hypotenuse r.

Compute the area bounded by this

curve and the latus rectum.

A. 0.167

B. 0.235

C. 0.123

D. 0.468

8 cos . Compute the area bounded

bi the conic and the line x = 4.

A. 10.22

B. 10.33

C. 10.45

D. 10.67

166. Problem:

The polar equation of a curve is

equal to r2(4sin2 + 9cos2 ) = 36.

Compute the area bounded by the

curve.

A. 18.44

B. 18.85

C. 12.23

D. 17.42

171. Problem:

The polar equation of the curve is

2

expressed as r

. Compute

1 sin

the ordinate to the vertex of the

curve.

A. -1

B. 2

C. -3

D. 1

167. Problem:

The polar equation of a curve is

equal to r2(4sin2 + 9cos2 ) = 36.

Compute the total length of the

curve.

A. 12.68

B. 12.33

C. 14.67

D. 16.02

172. Problem:

Point P having a cylindrical

coordinates of (8,30,5). Find the

value of x in Cartesian coordinates.

A. 7.42

B. 10.34

C. 13.66

D. 6.93

168. Problem:

The polar equation of a curve is

equal to r2(4sin2 + 9cos2 ) = 36.

Determine the eccentricity of the

given curve.

A. 0.845

B. 0.334

C. 0.745

D. 0.232

173. Problem:

Point P having a cylindrical

coordinates of (8,30,5). Find the

value of y in Cartesian coordinates.

A. 5

B. 6

C. 4

D. 2

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C. 5 2

174. Problem:

Point P having a rectangular

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of in Polar coordinates.

A. 6454

B. 5454

C. 4645

D. 5446

D. 5 3

180. Problem:

Point C having a Cartesian

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of using spherical coordinates.

A. 5308

B. 4534

C. 7612

D. 45

175. Problem:

Point P having a rectangular

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of in polar coordinates.

A. 5221

B. 5767

C. 5554

D. 5533

181. Problem:

Point C having a Cartesian

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of using spherical coordinates.

A. 5308

B. 4534

C. 7612

D. 45

176. Problem:

Point A having a Cartesian

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of r using cylindrical coordinates.

A. 4

B. 2

C. 6

D. 5

182. Problem:

A plane has an equation of 4x + y +

8z + 33 = 0. Find the distance

between the point A(1,5,-3) from the

plane.

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

D. 5

177. Problem:

Point A having a Cartesian

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of using cylindrical coordinates.

A. 5746

B. 5308

C. 3355

D. 9542

183. Problem:

A plane has an equation of 4x + y +

8z + 33 = 0. Find the angle between

the planes 4x + y + 8z 33 = 0 and

2x 3y + z + 2 = 0.

A. 6717

B. 5544

C. 3323

D. 9656

178. Problem:

Point A having a Cartesian

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of z using cylindrical coordinates.

A. 5

B. 3

C. 2

D. 1

184. Problem:

Find the distance between points

A(5,1,5) and B(4,3,2).

A. 34

179. Problem:

Point C having a Cartesian

coordinates of (3,4,5). Find the value

of r using spherical coordinates.

A. 4 3

B.

14

C.

56

D.

67

185. Problem:

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B(x,2,4) is equal to 7.28, find the

value of x.

A. 2 or 3

B. 2 or -5

C. 5 or -3

D. 5 or -2

2x y + 3z = 12. What is the

coordinate of the point on the plane

which is closest to the y-axis.

A. -14

B. -12

C. -23

D. -34

186. Problem:

Find the angle between two lines

whose direction parameters are

(-1,2,2) and (4,-1,8).

A. 5616

B. 7614

C. 6816

D. 2212

191. Problem:

A plane is described by the equation

2x y + 3z = 12. What is the

smallest angle that the given plane

makes with the plane 2x 3y + 4z =

9.

A .1578

B. 1288

C. 1945

D. 3256

187. Problem:

The equation of the plane passing

thru points (5,4,1), (4,-2,-3) and

(0,6,5) is expressed as

x y z

1 . Find the value of B

A B C

A. 1/3

B. 2/3

C. -1/3

D. -2/3

192. Problem:

The vertices of a triangle are

A(1,1,0), B(1,0,1) and C(0,1,1). Find

the distance AB.

A. 3

188. Problem:

The equation of the plane passing

thru points (5,4,1), (4,-2,-3) and

(0,6,5) is expressed as

x y z

1 . Find the equation of

A B C

the plane.

A. 2x 3y + 4z = 2

B. 2x + y + 4z = 2

C. 2x 3y 4z = 2

D. 2x + y 4z = 2

B.

C.

D.

193. Problem:

The vertices of a triangle are

A(1,1,0), B(1,0,1) and C(0,1,1). Find

the points of intersection of the

medians of the triangle.

2 2 2

A. , ,

3 3 3

3 3 3

, ,

2 2 2

B.

189. Problem:

A plane is described by the equation

2x y + 3z = 12. Find the distance

from the point (1,4,6) to the given

plane.

A. 1.269

B. 1.054

C. 1.069

D. 1.035

5 3 1

, ,

2 2 2

C.

2 4 5

, ,

3 3 3

D.

194. Problem:

The points (1,2,6), (1,6,2) are

vertices of an equilateral triangle. If

the x and y coordinates of the other

vertex is 5 and 2. Find the value of z.

190. Problem:

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A. 5

B. 3

C. 2

D. 1

point (3,3) if the axes is translated to

the new origin at (-2,4).

A. (5,1)

B. (4,1)

C. (5,-2)

D. (5,-1)

195. Problem:

The first three consecutive vertices

of a parallelogram are (6,4,-1),(7,6,7) and (1,7,-5). If x = 0 and y = 5, of

the fourth vertex, find the value of z.

A. 2

B. 6

C. 9

D. 1

201. Problem:

Compute the original coordinates

with respect to x and y axes if the

translated coordinates of this point at

a new origin (3,2) is equal to (4,-3).

A. (4,6)

B. (7,-1)

C. (4,-2)

D. (5,-1)

196. Problem:

Find the new equation of the line 5x

+ 4y + 3 = 0. if the origin is

translated to the point (1,2).

A. 5x + 4y + 16 = 0

B. 4x + 3y 12 = 0

C. 3x + 4y 10 = 0

D. 4x + 4y 12 = 0

202. Problem:

What conic section is represented by

x2 4y2 + 8x + 4y = 15?

A. hyperbola

B. circle

C. ellipse

D. parabola

197. Problem:

Find the new equation of the curve

x2 + 4x + 7y = 0 if the origin is

translated to point (-2,6).

A. (x)2 + 7y + 38 = 0

B. (x)2 + 8y + 32 = 0

C. (x)2 + 6y + 28 = 0

D. (x)2 + 12y + 24 = 0

203. Problem:

If the general equation of the conic is

Ax2 + 2Bxy + Cy2 + 2Dx +2Ey + F =

0 and B2 AC > 0, then the conic is:

A. circle

B. parabola

C. ellipse

D. hyperbola

198. Problem:

By translation of axes, simplify the

equation, x2 6x 6y 15 = 0.

A. (x)2 = 6y

B. (x)2 = 5y

C. (x)2 = 7y

D. (x)2 = 6y

204. Problem:

What type of conic has an equation

of Ax2 + Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0.

A. circle

B. parabola

C. ellipse

D. hyperbola

199. Problem:

Find the new coordinates of the

point (3,-5). If the axes are

translated to the new origin at (-4,6).

A. (7,-11)

B. (6,10)

C. (-10,5)

D. (4,-16)

205. Problem:

3x2 + 2x 5y + 7 = 0, determine the

curve.

A. circle

B. ellipse

C. hyperbola

D. parabola

200. Problem:

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206. Problem:

212. Problem:

If the vertices of a triangle are

A(0,0,0), B(2,4,6) and C(2,4,-4). Find

the point of intersection of the

median of the triangle.

3 4 6

A. , ,

4 3 5

The equation x2 + y2 4x + 2y 20 =

0 describes :

A. circle

B. ellipse

C. parabola

D. hyperbola

207. Problem:

What conic section is represented by

9x2 + 16y2 36x 32y 92 = 0.

A. circle

B. parabola

C. ellipse

D. hyperbola

3 3 2

, ,

4 8 3

B.

4 8 2

, ,

3 3 3

C.

6 8 4

, ,

5 3 3

213. Problem:

If the vertices of a triangle are

A(0,0,0), B(2,4,6) and C(2,4,-4). Find

the length of the shortest median of

the triangle.

A. 4.67

B. 4.90

C. 4.58

D. 3.67

D.

208. Problem:

What conic section is 2x2 8xy + 4x

= 12?

A. hyperbola

B. ellipse

C. parabola

D. circle

209. Problem:

What conic section is defined by the

equation 7x2 + 16y2 16xy 60x +

96y + 156 = 0.

A. hyperbola

B. ellipse

C. parabola

D. circle

214. Problem:

If the vertices of a triangle are

A(0,0,0), B(2,4,6) and C(2,4,-4). Find

the length of the longest median of

the triangle.

A. 9.67

B. 8.31

C. 5.42

D. 10.7

210. Problem:

A point has a coordinate of (2,3,-6).

Find the distance from the origin to

the point.

A. 4

B. 6

C. 7

D. 9

215. Problem:

A warehouse roof needs a

rectangular skylight with vertices

(3,0,0), (3,3,0), (0,0,4), (0,3,4). If the

units are in meters, find the area of

the skylight.

A. 25 sq. m.

B. 22.5 sq. m.

C. 15 sq. m.

D. 12.5 sq. m.

211. Problem:

Find the direction cosines on the xaxis of the line from (-1,2,4) to

(1,0,5).

A. 4/3

B. 2/3

C. 3/2

D. 5/2

216. Problem:

What is the radius of a sphere

whose center is at the origin that

passes through (8,1,6)?

A. 101

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B.

99

C.

105

D.

97

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Find the equation of a sphere of

radius 3, and tangent to all three

coordinate planes if the center is in

the first octant.

A. x2 + y2 + z2 6x 6y 6z + 18 =0

B. x2 + y2 + z2 + 6x 6y 6z + 18 =0

C. x2 + y2 + z2 6x + y + 6z + 18 =0

D. x2 + y2 + z2 + 6x + 6y 6z + 18 =0

217. Problem:

What is the equation of sphere with

radius 5 and center at (-2,3,5).

A. (x + h)2 + (y k)2 + (z j)2 = 25

B. (x + h)2 + (y k)2 + (z j)2 = 20

C. (x + h)2 + (y k)2 + (z j)2 = 15

D. (x + h)2 + (y k)2 + (z j)2 = 10

223. Problem:

Find the volume of the solid having

coordinates of (0,0,4), (3,0,0) and

(0,0,0).

A. 16 cu.units

B. 14 cu.units

C. 12 cu.units

D. 8 cu.units

218. Problem:

A sphere has an equation of x2 + y2 +

z2 2x + 8y + 16z + 65 = 0. Find the

centroid of the sphere.

A. (1,6,-8)

B. (1,-4,-8)

C. (4,7,1)

D. (5,9,-1)

224. Problem:

Find the component of the line

segment from the origin to the point

(6,3,9) on a line whose direction

2 1 2

cosines are , , .

3 3 3

A. 15

B. 17

C. 14

D. 11

219. Problem:

A sphere has an equation of x2 + y2 +

z2 2x + 8y + 16z + 65 = 0. Find the

surface area of the sphere.

A. 74 sq.units

B. 42 sq.units

C. 64 sq.units

D. 94 sq.units

220. Problem:

A given sphere has an equation of

x2 + y2 + z2 + 4x 6y 10z + 13 = 0.

Compute the centroid of the sphere.

A. (-2,3,5)

B. (-6,4,7)

C, (2,4,8)

D. (-2,3,4)

225. Problem:

Find the length of the radius vector

of (2,1,3).

A. 5.85

B. 7.33

C. 3.74

D. 3.11

221. Problem:

A given sphere has an equation of

x2 + y2 + z2 + 4x 6y 10z + 13 = 0.

Find the volume of the sphere.

A. 346.7 cu.units

B. 523.6 cu.units

C. 633.5 cu.units

D. 445.7 cu.units

226. Problem:

A line has an equation of x + 5y + 5

= 0. Find the equation of the line

through point (3,1) that is parallel to

this line.

A. x + 5y 8 = 0

B. 5x y 14 = 0

C. 2x 3y = 3

D. x 5y + 8 = 0

222. Problem:

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227. Problem:

A line has an equation of x + 5y + 5

= 0. Find the equation of the line

through point (3,1) that makes an

angle of 45 clockwise from the line

that is perpendicular to the line x +

5y + 5 = 0 at that point.

A. x + 5y 8 = 0

B. 5x y 14 = 0

C. 2x 3y = 3

D. x 5y + 8 = 0

D. 2x 3y = 0

232. Problem:

A line segment has its ends on the

coordinate axes and forms with them

a triangle of area equal to 36 sq.

units The segment passes through

the point (5,2). Compute the length

of the line segment intercepted by

the coordinate axes.

A. 16.34

B. 17.4

C. 13.42

D. 12.66

228. Problem:

A line connecting coordinates (x,7)

and (10,y) is bisected at (8,2). Find

the value of x.

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6

D. 7

229. Problem:

A line connecting coordinates (x,7)

and (10,y) is bisected at (8,2). Find

the equation of the line.

A. 5x + 2y 44 = 0

B. 2x + 5y 44 = 0

C. 4x 2y 44 = 0

D. 3x 5y 22 = 0

233. Problem:

A line segment passes through point

(2,2). If the length of the line

segment intercepted by the

coordinate axes is equal to the

square root of 5. Compute the

equation of the line.

A. 2x y 2 = 0

B. 3x + y 2 = 0

C. 2x + y + 2 = 0

D. 3x y + 2 = 0

230. Problem:

A line segment has its ends on the

coordinate axes and forms with them

a triangle of area equal to 36 sq.

units The segment passes through

the point (5,2). What is the slope of

the line segment.

A. 2

B. -2

C. 3

D. -3

234. Problem:

A line segment passes through point

(2,2). If the length of the line

segment intercepted by the

coordinate axes is equal to the

square root of 5. Compute the area

of the triangle which forms with the

coordinate axes.

A. 2 sq. units

B. 1 sq. units

C. 4 sq. units

D. 0.5 sq. units

231. Problem:

A line segment has its ends on the

coordinate axes and forms with them

a triangle of area equal to 36 sq.

units The segment passes through

the point (5,2). Compute the

equation of the line segment.

A. 2x 3y = 12

B. 2x + y = 12

C. x + 2y = 0

235. Problem:

The sum of the coefficients of x and

y in Ax + By 16 = 0 is 14. If the

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of B.

A. 3

B. 1

C. 2

D. -2

C. 17x 45y + 67 = 0

D. 45x + 17y 67 = 0

236. Problem:

The line 3x + 2y 10 = 0 is

perpendicular to 2x By + 2 = 0.

Find the distance from the

intersection of the lines to the origin.

A. 3.8

B. 2.828

C. 5.235

D. 6.12

240. Problem:

In triangle ABC, A(x,4) is equidistant

from B(5,-2) and C(3,4). Find the

value of x.

A. 10

B. 11

C. 12

D. 13

237. Problem:

The vertices of a triangle are at

A(1,2), B(3,8) and C(8,-1). Locate

the point of intersection of its

medians (centroid of A).

A. centroid is at (4,3)

B. centroid is at (3,4)

C. centroid is at (5,3)

D. centroid is at (3,5)

241. Problem:

A parabola has its focus at (7,-4) and

its directrix has an equation equal to

y 2 = 0. Find the vertex of the

parabola.

A. (4,5)

B. (7,-1)

C. (6,3)

D. (7,5)

238. Problem:

The vertices of a triangle are at

A(1,2), B(3,8) and C(8,-1). Locate

the point of intersection of its

altitudes (orthocenter).

1 19

A. ,

4 12

242. Problem:

A parabola has its focus at (7,-4) and

its directrix has an equation equal to

y 2 = 0. Compute the length of

latus rectum.

A. 15

B. 13

C. 12

D. 18

3 12

,

4 19

B.

4 12

,

3 9

243. Problem:

A parabola has its focus at (7,-4) and

its directrix has an equation equal to

y 2 = 0. Compute the equation of

parabola.

A. x2 14x + 12y + 61 = 0

B. x2 14x 6y + 32 = 0

C. x2 15x 5y 49 = 0

D. x2 15x 25y + 49 = 0

C.

1 17

,

8 12

D.

239. Problem:

The vertices of a triangle are at

A(1,2), B(3,8) and C(8,-1). If the

Eulers line of a triangle passes

through the centroid and orthocenter

of the triangle, find the equation of

the Eulers line of this triangle.

A. 67x 45y + 17 = 0

B. 45x 17y + 67 = 0

244. Problem:

A parabola has its axis parallel to the

y-axis, one end of its latus rectum is

at (9,6) and the vertex is at (5,4).

Find the length of the latus rectum.

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A. 7

B. 8

C. 2

D. 5

always equal to 8. Compute the

equation of ellipse.

A. 16x2 + 7y2 = 112

B. 16x2 7y2 = 112

C. 7x2 + 16y2 = 112

D. 7x2 16y2 = 112

250. Problem:

An ellipse is a locus of a point so

that the sum of its distances from the

two fixed points (0,3) and (0,-3) is

always equal to 8. Compute the

distance between their directrices.

A. 16.64

B. 11.85

C. 9.44

D. 10.66

245. Problem:

A parabola has its axis parallel to the

y-axis, one end of its latus rectum is

at (9,6) and the vertex is at (5,4).

Find the equation of the parabola.

A. x2 10x + 8y + 57 = 0

B. x2 10x 16y 57 = 0

C. x2 + 10x 8y + 57 = 0

D. x2 10x 8y + 57 = 0

246. Problem:

The distance from point A

251. Problem:

The length of the conjugate axis of

an equilateral hyperbola is equal to

12. The x and y-axis forms the

asymptotes of the equilateral

hyperbola. What is the distance from

the vertex to the intersection of the x

and y axis.

A. 7

B. 6

C. 3

D. 13

equation of ellipse 2x2 + 6y2 = 12.

Compute the length of the longer

focal radius from point A.

A. 4.42

B. 3.86

C. 7.36

D. 8.13

247. Problem:

The locus of a point which moves so

that the sum of its distances from

two fixed points (3,0) and (-3,0) is

always equal to 10. Compute the

length of the minor axis.

A. 8

B. 12

C. 7

D. 14

252. Problem:

The length of the conjugate axis of

an equilateral hyperbola is equal to

12. The x and y-axis forms the

asymptotes of the equilateral

hyperbola. What is the equation of

the equilateral hyperbola?

A. xy = 36

B. xy = 14

C. xy = 12

D. xy = 18

248. Problem:

The locus of a point which moves so

that the sum of its distances from

two fixed points (3,0) and (-3,0) is

always equal to 10. Compute the

eccentricity of the ellipse.

A. 0.30

B. 0.60

C. 0.76

D. 0.68

253. Problem:

A hyperbola whose transverse axis

is parallel to the x-axis with its center

at (0,0) has an asymptote with a

slope of 0.4 vertical to 1 horizontal.

The distance between the vertices is

equal to 10. Compute the equation

of the hyperbola.

A. 5x2 26y2 = 100

B. 4x2 25y2 = 100

249. Problem:

An ellipse is a locus of a point so

that the sum of its distances from the

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D. 6x2 16y2 = 100

254. Problem:

A hyperbola whose transverse axis

is parallel to the x-axis with its center

at (0,0) has an asymptote with a

slope of 0.4 vertical to 1 horizontal.

The distance between the vertices is

equal to 10. Compute the equation

of the asymptote.

A. 2x 5y = 0

B. 3x 7y = 0

C. 3x 4y = 0

D. 4x 8y = 0

255. Problem:

A hyperbola whose transverse axis

is parallel to the x-axis with its center

at (0,0) has an asymptote with a

slope of 0.4 vertical to 1 horizontal.

The distance between the vertices is

equal to 10. Compute the

eccentricity of the hyperbola.

A. 1.604

B. 1.56

C. 1.078

D. 1.334

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