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Problem 1 Problem 8:
Solve by integration the area bounded by the curves y2 = 4x - 4 and
dy 5
Evaluate when x = 1 if y = 3e4x - + 8 ln 5x y2 = 2x.
dx 2 e3x A. 4.53 C. 3.45 E. 3.15
A. 634.5 C. 628.3 E. 685.2 B. 1.82 D. 2.67
B. 678.4 D. 663.6
Problem 9:
Problem 2
Given f() = 5 ln 2 - 4 ln 3 . Determine f().
In a geometric progression, the sixth term is 8 times the 3rd term and
the sum of the seventh and eight terms is 192. Determine the sum A. C. E. 1/
of the fifth to eleventh terms, inclusive. B. D. 2
A. 2032 C. 2124 E. 2113
B. 2322 D. 2250 Problem 10:
The axes of two circular cylinders of equal radii 3 units intersect at
Problem 3 right angles. Find their common volume.
A man paid a 10% down payment of P200,000 for a house and lot A. 152 cu.units C. 144 cu.units E. 140 cu.units
and agreed to pay the balance on monthly installments for 5 years at B. 149 cu.units D. 135 cu.units
an interest rate of 15%. compounded monthly. What was the
monthly installment in pesos? Problem 11:
A. P42,552.36 C. P42,963.35 E. P42,821.87 A block of monel alloy consists of 70% nickel and 30% copper. If it
B. P42,748.48 D. P42,658.52 contains 88.2 g of nickel, determine the mass of copper in the block.
A. 33.2 kg C. 37.8 kg E. 35.5 kg
Problem 4: B. 30.6 kg D. 45.8 kg
If the cost per hour for the fuel required to run a certain ship is
proportional to the cube of her speed and is P20 an hour for a speed Problem 12:
of 10 knots, and if the other expenses amount to P135 an hour, find The area bounded by the first quadrant of the ellipse 9x2+36y2= 324
the most economical speed at which to run her. is revolved about he y-axis. Find the volume generated.
A. 13 knots C. 10 knots E. 16 knots A. 284 C. 256 E. 230
B. 15 knots D. 17 knots B. 226 D. 214
Problem 5: Problem 13:
What is the area bounded by the curve y= and the lines x = 1, It takes 21 hrs. for 12 men to resurface a stretch of road. Find how
many men it takes to resurface a similar stretched of road in 50 hrs.
x = 2 and the axis. and 24 min, assuming the work rate remains constant.
A. 3 C. 2 E. 0 A. 3 men C. 4 men E. 7 men
B. 4 D. 1 B. 5 men D. 6 men

Problem 6: Problem 14:


A tennis court measures 24 m. by 11 m. In the layout of a number of Find the volume generated by about the line x - 3 = 0 the area in the
courts an area of ground must be allowed for at the ends and at the second and third quadrants bounded by the curve x2 + y2 - 9 = 0 and
sides of each court. If a border of constant width is allowed around the line x = 0.
each court and the total area of the court and its border is 950 m2, A. 380 C. 340 E. 400
find the width of the borders. B. 360 D. 300
A. 3 m. C. 5 m. E. 7 m.
B. 4 m. D. 6 m. Problem 15:
What is the moment of inertia with respect to the x and y-axis of the
Problem 7: area bounded in the first quadrant bounded by the parabola y2 = 4x,
Find the nth term in the following series 2, 6, 10, 14 . . . . . the line x = 1 and the x-axis.
A. 4n - 2 C. 3n + 6 E. 4n + 2 A. 2.36 C. 1.52 E. 2.87
B. 6n - 2 D. 2n + 1 B. 1.07 D. 1.78
Problem 16: Problem 25:
A steel girder 8.00 m. long is moved on rollers along a passageway A circle is circumscribed about a hexagon. The area outside the
4.00 m. wide and into a corridor at right angles to the passageway. hexagon but inside the circle is 15 m2. What is the area of the
Neglecting the width of the girder how wide must the corridor be? hexagon in m2?
A. 2.6 m. C. 1.80 m. E. 1.25 m. A. 75.48 m2 C. 73.12 m2 E. 78.21 m2
B. 2.8 m. D. 2.2 m. B. 71.70 m 2 D. 80.58 m 2

Problem 17: Problem 26:


Three people P, Q and R contribute to a fund, P provides 3/5 of the 3 2 dy
If y = - 2 Sin 4x + + ln 5x determine
total, Q provides 2/3 of the remainder and R provides P8. x 2
e x dx
Determine the total fund.
-6 2 1 -6 2 1
A. P45 C. P60 E. P65 A. - 8 Cos 4x + + D. - 8 Cos 4x - +
3 x 2x 3 x x
B. P53 D. P57 x e x e
-6 2 2 -4 2 1
B. - 10 Cos 4x - + E. - 8 Cos 4x - -
Problem 18: x 3
e x x x 3
e x x
The base diameter of a right circular cone is 18 cm. If the lateral -6 2 1
C. - 6 Cos 4x - +
area is 516.4 cm2, find its volume in m3. x 3
e x
x2
A. 1.3478 m3 C. 2.3125 m3 E. 1.5685 m3
B. 1.7845 m3 D. 2.7845 m3
Problem 27:
Problem 19: y = mx + c is the equation of a straight line of slope m and y-axis
If 3 people can complete a task in 4 hours, find how long will it take intercept c. If a line passes through the point where x = 2 and y = 2
5 people to complete the same task, assuming the rate of work and also through the point where x = 5 and y = , find the equation
remains constant. of the line.
A. 3.6 hrs. C. 2.2 hrs. E. 1.7 hrs. A. x = y + 6 C. x = 2y + 6 E. x = y2 + 6
B. 2.4 hrs. D. 3.2 hrs. B. x = 3y + 6 D. x = y + 5

Problem 28:
Problem 20:
The horizontal base of a regular pyramid is an equilateral triangle
A boy is entitled to 10 yearly endowments of P30000 each starting at
20 m. on each side. If the volume of the pyramid is 531 cu.m., what
the end of the eleventh year from now. Using an interest rate of 8%
is its lateral area?
compounded annually, what is the value of these endowment now?
A. 308.15 m2 C. 312.25 m2 E. 385.75 m2
A. P93568.25 C. P93345.15 E. P93656.66
B. 356.35 m2 D. 325.80 m2
B. P93241.98 D. P93895.25

Problem 21: Problem 29:


The first, twelfth and last term of an arithmetic progression are A cylinder with an altitude of 15 cm. has a base in the form of a
4, 31 , 376 respectively, determine the number of terms in the regular octagon inscribed in a square 10 cm. x 10 cm. Find the
series. volume of the cylinder in cu.cm.
A. 140 C. 160 E. 170 A. 1448.8 cu.cm. C. 1545.5 cu.cm. E. 1689.6 cu.cm.
B. 130 D. 150 B. 1354.7 cu.cm. D. 1242.6 cu.cm.

Problem 30:
Problem 22:
Find the volume of the frustum of a regular pyramid if its upper base Find the equation of the circle whose center is on the x-axis and
is 1.5 m. x 1.5 m. square and its lower base is 3.2 m. x 3.2 m. square which passes through the points (1, 3) and (4, 6).
and its lateral edge is 2.75 m. long. A. x2 + y2 + 14x + 3 = 0 D. x2 + y2 + 14x + 4 = 0
A. 12.15 m3 C. 18.72 m3 E. 14.24 m3 B. x2 + y2 12x + 4 = 0 E. x2 + y2 14x + 4 = 0
B. 10.23 m3 D. 16.23 m3 C. x2 + y2 14x + 5 = 0

Problem 23: Problem 31:


P100000 is deposited at a nominal rate of 7% compounded annually,
A compound curve has the following data: I1 = 28, I2 = 38, R1 = 380 for 5 years. What would be the difference in the sums at the end of 5
m., R2 = 220 m. If P.C. is at sta. 20 + 100. Compute the length of years if the interest were compounded continuously.
the common tangent. A. P1652 C. P1748 E. P1451
A. 162.28 m. C. 166.75 m. E. 180.26 m. B. P1562 D. P1885
B. 170.49 m. D. 184.38 m.
Problem 32:
Problem 24:
A man buys a house and lot worth 2M pesos if paid in cash. He Find the equations of the tangents to the circle x2 + y2 = 5 which
agreed to pay a down payment of P500,000 and 2 of 1M pesos at the make an angle of 45 with x-axis.
end of one year and the balance at the end of 3 yrs. Determine the 10
A. x + y = 10 C. x - y = E. x + y = 10
amount of this balance if the interest rate is 24%. 2
A. P1,366,351 C. P1,387,215 E. P1,345,685
B. x - y = 10 D. x 2 - y 2 = 10
B. P1,322,852 D. P1,358,748
Problem 33: Problem 41:
Find the sum of all numbers between 5 and 250 which are exactly Using polar coordinates, find the polar equation of the path of a point
divisible by 4. which is equidistant from the points whose polar coordinates are
A. 7748 C. 7894 E. 7963 (2a, 0) and (a, /2).
B. 7862 D. 7808
3a 3a
A. r = D. r =
2(2 Cos - Sin ) (2 Cos - Sin )
Problem 34:
3a 3a
B. r = E. r =
Find the equation of the hyperbola with center (1, 3), vertex (4, 3) 2(Cos - Sin ) 2(2 Cos - 2 Sin )
and end of conjugate axis (1, 1). 3a
A. 4x2 - 3y2 4x + 50y 113 = 0 C. r =
2(2 Cos 2 - Sin 2)
B. 4x2 - 9y2 8x + 54y 113 = 0
C. 4x2 - 6y2 6x + 64y 113 = 0
D. 4x2 - 9y2 10x + 58y 113 = 0 Problem 42:
E. 4x2 - 9y2 9x + 56y 113 = 0 A new bldg. costing P300M, excluding equipment, has an estimated
useful life of 40 yrs., with no salvage value. The equipment cost
Problem 35: P50M and has an estimated useful life of 15 yrs. with a salvage value
of P5M. Using straight line method, what will be the book value of
A circular rotonda passes through the three points A(-4, 3), B(2, 1) the bldg. and equipment at the end of 10 yrs.
and C(-2, -5). Determine the radius of this circular rotonda. A. P245M C. P248M E. P240M
A. 5.58 C. 6.15 E. 4.27 B. P232M D. P237M
B. 3.26 D. 4.87
Problem 43:
Problem 36:
Find the equation of the locus of a point which is at a distance 6 from
The area of a trapezium is 13.5 cm2 and the perpendicular distance the point A(5, 3, 2).
between its parallel sides is 3 cm. If the length of one of the parallel A. x2 + y2 + z2 10x 6y 4z + 3 = 0
sides is 5.6 cm., find the length of the other parallel side. B. x2 + y2 + z2 10x 6y 4z + 4 = 0
A. 5.8 cm. C. 4.8 cm. E. 3.4 cm. C. x2 + y2 + z2 10x 6y 4z + 2 = 0
B. 2.5 cm. D. 4.0 cm. D. x2 + y2 + z2 10x 6y 4z + 5 = 0
E. x2 + y2 + z2 10x 6y 4z + 1 = 0
Problem 37:
A marquee is in the form of a cylinder surmounted by a cone. The Problem 44:
total height is 6 m. and the cylinder portion has a height of 3.5 m. with A vertical summit curve has its highest point of the curve at a
a diameter of 15 m. Calculate the surface area of material needed to distance 48 m. from the P.T. The back tangent has a grade of + 6%
make the marquee assuming 12% of the material is wasted in the and a forward grade of 4%. The curve passes thru point A on the
process. curve at station 25 + 140. The elevation of the grade intersection is
A. 380.25 m2 C. 350.15 m2 E. 375.56 m2 100 m. at station 25 + 160. Compute the length of curve.
B. 370.18 m 2 D. 393.47 m 2 A. 125 m. C. 120 m. E. 115 m.
B. 135 m. D. 130 m.
Problem 38:
Problem 45:
A Quonset hut 18 m. long has a parabolic cross section. Its base is
A piece of thin card board in the form of a sector of a circle of radius
12 m. and its height at the center is 6 m. A flat horizontal ceiling
36 cm. is rolled into a cone. Find the volume of the cone if the angle
3.70 m. above the base is to be constructed inside the Quonset hut.
of the sector is 60.
If the ceiling will consist of wooden boards 25 mm thick, how many
A. 1126.2 cu.cm. C. 1338.3 cu.cm. E. 1545.5 cu.cm.
cubic meters of ceiling boards will be required assuming that 10% of
B. 1878.5 cu.cm. D. 1456.8 cu.cm.
the materials is wasted during construction?
A. 2.365 m3 C. 5.458 m3 E. 3.715 m3
B. 4.542 m 3 D. 6.215 m 3 Problem 46:
A rectangular piece of metal having dimensions 4 cm. by 3 cm. by
Problem 39: 12 cm. is melted down and recast into a pyramid having a
rectangular base measuring 2.5 cm. by 5 cm. Calculate the
Solve for b from the given equation: perpendicular height of the pyramid.
2 log b2 3 log b = log 8b log 4b A. 26.65 cm. C. 45.75 cm. E. 40.36 cm.
A. 1 C. 3 E. 5 B. 34.56 cm. D. 55.58 cm.
B. 2 D. 4
Problem 47:
Problem 40:
Two similar cylinders have pentagonal bases. The sides of the base
A man cycles 24 km due south and then 20 km due east. Another of the bigger cylinder are 5 cm., 6 cm., 8 cm., 9 cm. and 3 cm. long.
man, standing at the same time as the first man cycles 32 km due The shortest side of the base of the smaller cylinder is 1 cm. If the
east and then 7 km due south. Find the distance between the two altitude of the smaller cylinder is 10 cm., what is the total lateral area
men. in sq.cm.
A. 20.81 km. C. 22.12 km. E. 18.36 km. A. 121.25 cm2 C. 130.52 cm2 E. 103.30 cm2
B. 25.12 km. D. 16.57 km. B. 112.32 cm2 D. 110.23 cm2
Problem 48: Problem 58:
A cylindrical tank of diameter 2 m. and perpendicular height 3 m. is to Differentiate with respect to x if y = 5 e3x.
be replaced by a tank of the same capacity but in the form of a A. 15 e3x C. 14 e3x E. 10 e3x
frustum of a cone. If the diameters of the ends of the frustum are B. 13 e3x D. 12 e3x
1.0 m. and 2.0 m. respectively, determine the vertical height required.
A. 6.02 m. C. 5.14 m. E. 3.36 m. Problem 59:
B. 4.91 m. D. 7.01 m.
The area of a circle inscribed in a nonagon is 76 m2. What is the
area of the nonagon?
Problem 49: A. 75.5 m2 C. 82.3 m2 E. 79.2 m2
The sides of a triangle are 45 m. and 55 m. long. If its area is B. 67.4 m2 D. 85.7 m2
785.48 m2. Find the sum of the sides.
A. 123 m. C. 118 m. E. 130 m. Problem 60:
B. 135 m. D. 132 m. A circle having an area of 452 m2 is cut into two segments by a chord
which is 6 m. from the center of the circle. Compute the area of the
Problem 50: biggest segment.
Calculate the area of a regular octagon if each side is 20 mm and the A. 375.42 m2 C. 312.24 m2 E. 363.68 m2
width across the flats is 48.3 mm. B. 350.33 m2 D. 332.15 m2
A. 1825 mm2 C. 1932 mm2 E. 1886 mm2
B. 1748 mm2 D. 1645 mm2 Problem 61:
Determine the area enclosed by the curve y = x3 + 2x2 5x 6, the
Problem 51: x-axis between x = -3 and x = 2.
A. 26.35 sq.units C. 15.48 sq.units E. 32.52 sq.units
A spherical sector is cut from a sphere whose radius is 12 cm. Find
its volume if its central angle is 20. B. 23.69 sq.units D. 21.08 sq.units
A. 60 cu.cm. C. 55 cu.cm. E. 50 cu.cm.
B. 57 cu.cm. D. 52 cu.cm. Problem 62:
The upper end of a 3 m. pipe leans against a vertical wall, while the
Problem 52: lower end is on a level concrete pavement extending to the wall. The
lower end slides away at a constant rate of 2 cm/s. How fast is the
If f(x) = 4x5 2x3 + x 3, find y(x).
upper end moving down on the wall in cm/s when the lower end is
A. 60x3 12x C. 80x3 10x E. 80x3 12x
2 m. away from the wall?
B. 80x3 15x D. 80x2 12x
A. - 3.68 cm/sec. C. - 2.36 cm/sec. E. - 2.05 cm/sec.
B. - 0.45 cm/sec. D. - 1.79 cm/sec.
Problem 53:
The perimeter of triangle ABC = 180 m. A = 46.567, B = 104.478, Problem 63:
what is the dimension of the side opposite the biggest angle? The velocity V of a body t seconds after a certain instant is (2t2 + 5)
A. 67 m. C. 72 m. E. 80 m. m/s. How far will it move from t = 0 to t = 4 sec.
B. 63 m. D. 75 m. A. 74.15 m. C. 62.67 m. E. 65.85 m.
B. 70.36 m. D. 60.23 m.
Problem 54:
The volume of frustum of a sphere with two bases is equal to Problem 64:
159 cu.m. If the radii of the bases are 4 m. and 5 m. respectively. A pyramid has a rectangular base 3.60 cm. by 5.40 cm. Determine
Compute the radius of the sphere. the volume of the pyramid if each of its sloping edge is 15 cm.
A. 3.12 m. C. 6.85 m. E. 4.25 m. A. 96.25 cm3 C. 94.87 cm3 E. 98.65 cm3
B. 7.85 m. D. 5.48 m. B. 95.68 cm 3 D. 97.65 cm 3

Problem 55: Problem 65:


d3 y As a man walks across a bridge at a speed of 1.5 m/s, a boat passes
If y = 3x4 + 2x3 3x + 2, find directly beneath him at a speed of 3 m/s. The bridge is 9 m. above
d x3
the water. How fast in m/s are the boat and the man separating
A. 36x2 + 10x C. 36x2 + 12x
3 seconds later.
B. 36x2 + 13x D. 36x2 + 15x A. 2 m/s C. 1.8 m/s E. 2.5 m/s
C. 36x2 + 11x B. 4 m/s D. 3.2 m/s
Problem 56: Problem 66:
A buoy consists of a hemisphere surmounted by a cone. The An open cylindrical tank with a radius of 0.5 m. and a height of 2 m.
diameter of the cone and hemisphere is 2.5 m. and the slant height of is full of oil. It is gradually tilted until half of its bottom area is
the cone is 4 m. Determine the volume and surface area of the buoy. exposed. Find the volume of oil left inside the tank in cu.m.
A. 14.40 cm3, 25.53 cm2 C. 16.78 cm3, 24.86 cm2 A. 0.33 m3 C. 0.12 m3 E. 0.65 m3
B. 13.52 cm3, 22.48 cm2 D. 12.52 cm3, 23.48 cm2 B. 0.85 m3 D. 0.58 m3
C. 15.68 cm3, 20.47 cm2
Problem 67:
Problem 57:
tan x - x
How many diagonals are there in a dodecagon? Evaluate the following limits: lim x - sin x
x0
A. 50 C. 56 E. 52 A. 1 C. 2 E. 4
B. 58 D. 54 B. 3 D. 0
2x4

Problem 68: Problem 78:


The perpendicular offset distance from point A on a simple curve to
3x 2 - 1
Evaluate the integral ( x
) dx Q on the tangent line is 64 m. If the distance from the P.C. to Q on
the tangent is 260 m. Compute the radius of the simple curve.
A. 1/2 x2 + ln x + C C. 5/2 x2 + ln x + C E. 1/3 x2 + ln x + C A. 525.36 m. C. 512.12 m. E. 560.13 m.
B. 3/2 x2 + ln x + C D. 3/4 x2 + ln x + C B. 587.15 m. D. 541.96 m.

Problem 69: Problem 79:


5 dx
Evaluate the integral x
The angle of depression of a ship viewed at a particular instant from
the top of a 75 m. vertical cliff is 30. The ship is sailing away from
the cliff at this instant at constant speed and 1 minute later its angle
A. 5 x + C C. 10 x 2 + C E. x +C of depression from the top of the cliff is 20. Determine the speed of
B. 10 2x + C D. 10 x + C the ship in kph.
A. 2.36 kph C. 3.18 kph E. 6.35 kph
Problem 70: B. 4.57 kph D. 5.68 kph
Determine the area enclosed by y = 2x + 3, the x-axis, and
Problem 80:
ordinates x = 1 and x = 4.
A. 18 sq.units C. 24 sq.units E. 22 sq.units Solve for x from the equation:
B. 15 sq.units D. 20 sq.units Log (x 1) + log (x + 1) = 2 log (x + 2)
A. - 7/4 C. - 5/4 E. - 1/4
Problem 71: B. - 3/4 D. - 9/4
A circle with a diameter of 8 cm. is inscribed in a circular sector with
a central angle of 80. What is the area of the sector?
Problem 81:
A. 72.96 cm2 C. 83.16 cm2 E. 80.72 cm2 Two aircraft leave an airfield at the same time. One travels due north
B. 75.36 cm2 D. 66.68 cm2 at an average speed of 300 kph and the other due west at an
average speed of 220 kph. Calculate their distance apart after 4 hrs.
Problem 72: A. 1235 km. C. 1312 km. E. 1488 km.
In a batch of 45 lamps there are 10 faulty lamps. If one lamp is B. 1612 km. D. 1526 km.
drawn at random. Find the probability of it being satisfactory.
A. 0.7778 C. 0.1525 E. 0.3652 Problem 82:
B. 0.5456 D. 0.7845 Boyles law states that for a gas at constant temperature, the volume
of a fixed mass is inversely proportional to its absolute pressure. If a
Problem 73: gas occupies a volume of 1.5 m3 at a pressure of 200 x 103 Pascals.
Determine the volume when the pressure is 800 x 103 Pascals.
Find the horizontal asymptote of the curve y = A. 0.375 m3 C. 0.235 m3 E. 0.735 m3
B. 0.558 m 3 D. 0.878 m 3
A. y2 2 = 0 C. y 3 = 0 E. y 2 = 0
B. y + 3 = 0 D. y + 2 = 0 Problem 83:
Problem 74: A car has a mass of 1000 kg. A model of the car is made to a scale
of 1 to 50. Determine the mass of the model if the car and its model
A square having an area of 48 sq.cm. is inscribed in a circle which is are made of the same material.
inscribed in a hexagon. Compute the area of the hexagon. A. 0.002 kg C. 0.005 kg E. 0.007 kg
A. 77.42 sq.cm. C. 86.15 sq.cm. E. 83.23 sq.cm. B. 0.008 kg D. 0.004 kg
B. 72.05 sq.cm. D. 92.75 sq.cm.
Problem 84:
Problem 75: A curve having an equation of y = ax3 + bx2 + cx will have a slope of
This sides of a square lot having an area of 2.25 hectares were 4 at its point of inflection (-1, 5). Find the value of a.
measured using a 100 m. tape that was 0.04 m. too short. Compute A. 3 C. 2 E. 0
the error in the area in sq.m. B. 4 D. 1
A. 20 sq.cm. C. 15 sq.cm. E. 18 sq.m.
B. 17 sq.cm. D. 16 sq.cm. Problem 85:
A model of a boiler is made having an overall height of 75 mm
Problem 76: corresponding to an overall height of the actual boiler of 6 m. If the
area of metal required for the model is 12500 mm2, determine the
What is the curved surface area of a spherical wedge having a radius
area of metal required for actual boiler in square meters.
of 3.5 m. and a central angle of 0.65 radians.
A. 50 m2 C. 70 m2 E. 90 m2
A. 12.3 m2 C. 20.5 m2 E. 10.5 m2
B. 60 m2 D. 80 m2
B. 15.9 m 2 D. 18.2 m 2

Problem 77: Problem 86:


PQR is an equilateral triangle of side 4 cm. When PQ and PR are
Find the diameter of the circle that maybe inscribed in a triangle produced to S and T, respectively, ST is found to be parallel with QR.
whose area and perimeter are 212 sq.m. and 136 m. respectively. If PS is 9 cm., find the length of ST.
A. 6.24 m. C. 7.52 m. E. 4.15 m. A. 8 cm. C. 7 cm. E. 9 cm.
B. 5.23 m. D. 8.66 m. B. 10 cm. D. 6 cm.
Problem 87: Problem 94:
A line was measured witha 50 m. tape. There were 2 tallies, 8 pins, If f(t) = 4 ln t + 2, evaluate f;(t) when t = 0.25.
and the distance from the last pin to the end of the line was 2.25 m. A. 16 C. 14 E. 18
Find the length of the line in meters? B. 15 D. 17
A. 1563.38 m. C. 1215.58 m. E. 1312.78 m.
B. 1178.43 m. D. 1402.25 m. Problem 95:
Problem 88: Water flows at the rate of 2000 cc/s into a vertical cylindrical tank
120 cm. in diam. and 6 m. high. How fast is the water level rising in
The probability that component A will operate satisfactorily for cm/s.
5 years is 0.80 and that B will operate satisfactorily over that same A. 0.177 cm/s C. 0.875 cm/s E. 0.265 cm/s
period of time is 0.75. Find the probability in a 5 year period if both B. 0.458 cm/s D. 0.365 cm/s
components operate satisfactorily.
A. 0.25 C. 0.30 E. 0.52 Problem 96:
B. 0.60 D. 0.85
A solid has a circular base of radius 20 cm. Find the volume of the
solid if every plane section perpendicular to a certain diam. is an
Problem 89:
equilateral triangle.
2 A. 17,123 cm3 C. 18,215 cm3 E. 18,475 cm3
Differentiate with respect to x if y = B. 18,628 cm 3 D. 18,754 cm 3
7 e2x
-6 -5 -4 Problem 97:
A. C. E.
2x 2x 2x
7e 7e 7e The probability of a component failing in one year due to excessive
-2 -3 temperature is 0.05, due to excessive vibration is 0.04 and due to
B. D.
7 e2x 7 e2x excessive humidity is 0.02. Determine the probability that during one
year period, a component fails due to excessive temperatures and
Problem 90: excessive vibration.
A. 0.045 C. 0.002 E. 0.112
A batch of 100 capacitors contains 73 which are within the required B. 0.085 D. 0.012
tolerance values, 17 which are below the required tolerance values
and the remainder are above the required tolerance values. Problem 98:
Determine the probability that when randomly selecting a capacitor
and then a second capacitor if both are within the required tolerance Determine the equation of the radical axis of the circles
values when selecting with replacement. x2 + y2 - 18x - 14y + 121 = 0 and x2 + y2 - 6x + 6y + 14 = 0.
A. 0.2565 C. 0.4785 E. 0.745 A. 12x + 20y 107 = 0 D. 12x 20y + 107 = 0
B. 0.8785 D. 0.5329 B. 12x + 20y + 107 = 0 E. 12x 20y + 105 = 0
C. 12x 20y 107 = 0
Problem 91:
Problem 99:
4
Differentiate the following equation f(t) = Find the point on the curve y2 = 8x which is nearest to the external
3 e5t
point (4, 2).
-20 -25 -28 A. 1 C. 3 E. 5
A. C. E.
5t 5t
3e 3e 3 e5t B. 2 D. 4
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B.
5t
D. Problem 100:
3e 3 e5t
Determine the area bounded by the curve y = Sin x and the x-axis
Problem 92: between x = 2 and x = 3.
A. 3 C. 2 E. 0
A wood man chops halfway through a tree of diam. 1 m., one face of B. 4 D. 1
the cut being horizontal, the other inclined at 45 with the horizontal.
Find the volume of the wood in cu.m.
A. 0.067 m3 C. 0.028 m3 E. 0.083 m3
B. 0.055 m3 D. 0.048 m3

Problem 93:
A set out to walk at the rate of 4 km/hr. After he had been walking
2 hours, B set out to overtake him and went 4 km the first hour,
4 the second hour, 5 km the third hour, and so on, gaining a
quarter of a km every hour. In how many hours would he overtake
A?
A. 7 hrs. C. 9 hrs. E. 5 hrs.
B. 8 hrs. D. 6 hrs.