Abbotsleigh 2016 General Maths (Test Mode Multiple Choice)
Abbotsleigh 2016 General Maths (Multiple Choice)
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1 pointsAlex borrows $9 800 to buy a new car. She pays off the loan in monthly instalments over 6 years at a rate of 5.4% p.a. How much will she pay, in total, over the 6 years?
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1 pointsThere are 1 056 006 tiles on the Sydney Opera House. When this number is written in scientific notation to two decimal places, it is equivalent to which of the following?
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1 pointsThere are 1 056 006 tiles on the Sydney Opera House. When this number is written in scientific notation to two decimal places, it is equivalent to which of the following?
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1 pointsA koala is stranded on top of an 11 metre telegraph pole. From the top of the telegraph pole, the angle of depression of the rescue vehicle is 24Â° .
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1 pointsA study was conducted in the USA between 1982 and 1991 based on casualties to seatbelt wearing drivers in car to car collisions. The probabilities of fatality and severe injury according to impact speed are shown in the table below.
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1 pointsThe Hand Stirred Condiment Shop in Berrima sells 9 different condiments. Teaan wants to make up a gift pack consisting of 4 different condiments. In how many ways could Teaan choose the four condiments?
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1 pointsA caterer had boxes made to exactly hold 9 round biscuits as shown below. She wants to cover the remaining space with sprinkles. If the box is a square with side length 15 cm, which of the following is closest to the area to be covered with sprinkles?
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1 pointsIn a box of 24 seatbelts it is known that five are faulty. Two seatbelts are chosen at random. Which of the following probability trees could be used to determine the probability of choosing one faulty seatbelt and one nonfaulty seatbelt?
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1 pointsThe diagram below shows the sketch of a field, measurements in metres. Choose the correct corresponding field diagram.
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1 pointsThe following back to back stem and leaf plot shows the prices ($) of Poodle and Chihuahua puppies at a popular breeder.
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