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Educational Systems Technological Institute

Murallon Boac, Marinduque


Prelim Examination
PLANE SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY
Name:____________________________________
Date:_____________________
Yr/ Section: ________________________________
____________________

Score:

Direction: Read and analyzed each question. Write the best answer on the space
provided before each number.
______1. It refers to all angles generated by counter clockwise rotations.
a. Positive angles
b. Negative angles

c. quadrantal angles
d. right angles

______2. This refers to all angles generated by clockwise rotations.


a. Positive angles
b. Negative angles

c. quadrantal angles
d. directed angles

______3. If the terminal side of an angle in standard position coincides with a


coordinate axis then the angle is called _____.
a. Positive angles
b. Negative angles

c. quadrantal angles
d. directed angles

______4. Two positive angles are complementary if their sum is ___degrees.


a.

180

b.

90

c.

360

d.

______5. Two positive angles are supplementary if their sum is ___ degrees.
a.

180

b.

90

c. 360

d. 0

______6. It refers to the measure of the central angle


equal in length to the radius of the circle.

that intercepts an arc s

a. Radian
b. Vertex

c. angle
d. degree

______7. To convert degrees to radians, multiply the number of degrees by ___.

1800
rad

a.

1800
b. rad

rad
1800

c.

d. none of the above

_______8. It refers to the formula used in finding the length of the circular arc.

b. s=r

a. L= t

c.

rad
1800

d.

rad 180

_______9. To covert radians to degrees, multiply the number of radians by ___.

1800
rad

a.

b.

1800
rad

c. 180 0

rad

d.

rad 180

_______10. It is the formula used in finding the linear speed.

l=

a.

s
t

b.

l=

c.

l=

s
r

d.

l=

r
t

II. Matching Type:


Direction. Match column A with column B. Write your answer on the space provided
before each number.
A Degrees

B Radians

_____1.

40

_____2.

240

_____3.

270

_____4.

130

c.

a.

3
rad
2

b.

13
rad
18

5
rad
2

d.

2
rad
9

_____5.

4500

e.

f.
A Radians

5
rad
2

4
rad
3
B. Degrees

a.

200

_____2. 3

b.

120

_____3.

c.

3300

_____4.

2
3

d.

1800

_____5.

11
6

e.

90

f.

5400

_____1.

III. Determine the quadrant where each angle lies.


0

1.

110

____________

2.

850

_____________

3.

3020

____________

4.

470 ____________

5.

328 0 ___________

IV. Sketch each angle in standard position.


1.

500

2.

450

3.

210

4.

150

5.

750

V. Find the complement and the supplement of the given angle.


Complement

Supplement

1.

500

2.

750

_________

__________

3.

800

_________

__________

4.

90

_________

__________

5.

100

_________

0
0

_________

__________

__________

VI. Enumerate five types of angles.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

VII. Complete the table by giving the radian measure of the central angle of a circle
that intercepts an arc of length s.
Radius r

Arc length s

Radian measure of the


central angle

1. 20 inches

5 in.

2. 16 feet
3. 12.8 cm.

4ft.
20cm.

Find the length of the arc of the circle of radius r intercepted by central angle
Central Angle

Radius r
1. 12 inches

45

2. 9 feet

3150

Arc length s

VIII. Solving problem.


A wheel is rotating at 250 revolutions per minute. Find the angular speed in radians
per second.

Checked by: Mrs Jenifer R. Molbog


VPAA

Prepared by: Mary Rose S.


Matimtim
Subject Teacher

Educational Systems Technological Institute


Murallon Boac, Marinduque
Prelim Examination
Business Math
Name:___________________________

Date:_____________

Yr\Section: _______________________

Score:_____________

Direction: Read and analyzed each question. Write the best answer on the space
provided before each number.
_____1. The order in which the numbers are added does not affect the sum or
product.
a. Closure law
b. Commutative law

c. associative law
d. distributive law

_____2. Changing the grouping of the addends does not affect their sum.
a.

Closure law

B.Commutative law

c. associative law
d. distributive law

---------3. These principles states that the multiplier must be made to operate upon
each term of the sum or difference.
A.Closure law

c. associative law

b.Commutative law

d. distributive law

_____4. These principles states that a number is not change when it is multiplied by
1.
a. Identity
b. Inverse

c. closure
d. distributive

---------5. A number added to zero produces the same number.


a.Identity

c. closure

b.Inverse

d. distributive

_____6. This principle states that changing the order of the factor does not change
the value of the product.
a. Closure
b. Commutative

c. associative
d. distributive

_____7. The principles state that changing the order of the factors does not change
the value of the product.
a. Commutative
b. Associative

c. distributive
d. identity

_____8. This principles states that when a number is multiplied by 0 the product is
always 0.
a. Closure principle
b. Inverse principle

c. zero principle
d. multiplication principle

_____9. The answer in multiplication..


a. Quotient
b. Product

c. dividend
d. factors

____10. These principles state that dividing a number by 1 does not change the
number.
a. Commutative
b. Associative

c. distributive
d. identity

II. Read the following decimals and write them in words.


1. 32,831.027
2. 46,745.5
3. 358.143
III. Write each of the following in Hindu Arabic numerals.
1. Eighty-nine thousandths
2. Ten million and ten hundreds
3. Three hundred and three tenths
IV. Round off the following amount to the nearest centavo.
1.$18.2456
2. $50.6231
3. $ 147.7753
V.
1.) The cost of the building material amounted to $354,606.52. What is the
estimated cost to the nearest hundred thousand?
2. A caterer purchased from the grocery an amount of $525.26. Give the estimated
cost of the purchased goods to the nearest hundreds?
VI. Write the value of N in each of the following.
1.
2.
3.
4.

18x3=3xN
(9x5)x8=9x(Nx5)
5(6x3)=(3xN)5
N=1x85

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

0x135=N
N=085
N=851
N1=36
234065=N

VII. Solving problem. 2 pts each.


1. A housewife incurred the following expenses last week. Food, $739,
allowance$347, transportation $8876, tuition fees $885646.77.Find the
housewifes expenses for the week.
2. A purchasing officer made the following purchases for the month. First
week $1,366,443; second week $123,234; third week $135,357.78; fourth
week $ 156,346,680.34. What was the total value of the purchases for the
month?
3. Weng department store brought 350 units of materials for $10,500. The
store sold 100 at $140 each, 150 at $45 each and the remainder at
$36.50 each. What was the store gross profit on the deal?
4. The daily sales of Florys store in the first week of July were as follows;
$234,480.89, $236,567.90, $298,097.78, $875,789.09, $238,678.90,
$234.89, $86,789.78.. Find the stores average daily sales for the week.
5. Tess sold 16 cavans of rice each day during the past 3 weeks. How many
cavans of rice did she sell?
6. Ballpens which cost $45.00 per dozen are sold for 5 pesos each. What
amount of profit will the dealer make if he sells 15 dozens of these
ballpens.
7. In Mendozas shoe factory, 12 employees produce 14pairs each for the
day, 8 employees produce 7 pairs each and 10 employees produce 14
pairs each. How many pairs of shoes are produce in the factory in a day?
In a week?
8. A taxi cab worth $250,000 has an estimated scrap value of $25,000. If the
annual depreciation is estimated at $56,250. What is the estimated life of
the taxicab?
9. Miss shy had a balance of $20,225 in her bank account of Nov. 2, on Nov.
5 she deposited $1,300 and on Dec. 20 she withdrew $15,00. Find her
balance in the bank.
10.On his trip to the province last week. A business man incurred the
following expenses : transportation $ 625, hotel accommodations $450;
meals $367.50 and entertainment $476.25. What was his total expenses?
Checked by Mrs. Jenifer R Molbog.
VPAA
Prepared by: Mary Rose S. Matimtim
Subject Teacher