Caringbah 2016 General Maths (Test Mode Multiple Choice)
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1 pointsThe probability that the temperature will fall below 10° on any day through winter at a particular city in the northern hemisphere is 0.85.
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1 pointsA concrete pipe shown below has length 1.25 m. Its internal diameter is 8 cm and its external diameter is 15 cm.
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1 pointsA child’s party hat is made in the shape of a cone of height 20 cm and diameter 30 cm. The slant height (L) of the con
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1 pointsCatherine borrows $10 000 at 6% p.a. to buy a car and chooses to repay it in monthly repayments over 5 years.
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1 pointsThe value of a motor vehicle, purchased new for $20 000, is calculated over 8 years using the declining balance method of depreciation.
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1 pointsClaire collected data about the amount of rain that fell over a number of days in Sydney. This data can be best described as being:
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1 pointsExpand and simplify: 3(12x)2(x+l).
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1 pointsAnton pays 24% of his gross pay in tax. If Anton pays $153.12 in tax each week, Find his gross weekly pay.
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1 pointsVal plans to wear jeans with a Tshirt and a jumper. She has two pairs of jeans, four Tshirts and three jumpers. How many different outfits can she wear?
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1 pointsPerth in Western Australia is 8 hours ahead of Greenwich in England. Cape Town in South Africa is 2 hours ahead of Greenwich. What is the time in Cape Town when it is 1 pm in Perth?
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1 pointsMaddy calculates her zscore to be 1.85 after receiving her assessment task result of 68%. The results on the task were normally distributed. If the standard deviation on the task was 8.5, what was the mean?
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Luke completes a statistical analysis on the weights (in kilograms) of each member of his gym. He finds that the data is normally distributed, with a mean of 55.0 and a standard deviation of 6.5. What percentage would lie between 48.5 kg and 68.0 kg?
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1 pointsThe probability that the temperature will fall below 10° on any day through winter at a particular city in the northern hemisphere is 0.85. Which calculation will give the probability that the temperature in this city will fall below 10° on at least one day of the weekend?
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1 pointsA doctor prescribes a patient 750 g of medication per day to be taken every 4 hours. A bottle of this medication from the chemist contains a concentration of 50 g/5 mL. How many millilitres does the patient need to take in each dose?
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