Knox 2016 General Maths (Test Mode Multiple Choice)
Knox 2016 General Maths (Multiple Choice)
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1 pointsAn insurance company offers customers the following discounts on the basic annual premium for car insurance
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1 pointsA circular grass field has a diameter of 30 metres. There is a concrete rectangle in the middle with a length of 21 metres and a width of 13 metres, as shown in the diagram below.
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1 pointsJames collects data from two groups of runners. Both sets of data are normally distributed and displayed in the graphs below. Graph P shows the weights in kilograms of the long distance running team members, and Graph Q shows the weight of the 100 metres track running team members.
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1 pointsA sample of three players is to be taken from a football team of eleven players. How many samples are possible?
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1 pointsThe boxandwhisker plot shows the distribution of the ages of children in Algebraville in 2002 and 2012.
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1 pointsResearchers have found a correlation between the lengths of the legs of puppies and their running speed.
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1 pointsA hospital patient is given 1.2 litres of fluid over 10 hours by intravenous drip. The fluid is delivered at a rate of 20 drops per mL. What is the required drip rate, in drops per minute?
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1 pointsBrady has 16 GB of data storage space available on his computer. Approximately how many files of average size of 7.2 MB can he store?
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1 pointsJackson enters into an agreement with a department store to purchase a home theatre package valued at $12 600 with monthly repayments over 2 years. The store charges reducible interest of 8.2% p.a. and sets the monthly repayments at $620. What is the equivalent flat rate of interest being charged for this purchase?
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1 pointsA wildlife officer wishes to determine the number of rabbits on an island. He catches and tags 40 rabbits and releases them. One week later he catches a second sample of 60 rabbits and finds that 8 of them are tagged. Which of the following is the best estimate for the rabbit population of the island?
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1 pointsKatherine is a childcare worker who earns $640.00 per week. She receives a pay increase of 4% but then decides to reduce the number of hours she works each week. The reduced hours resulted in a decrease of 9% in her weekly pay. How much is she paid per week after the reduction of hours?
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1 pointsA camera costs $449, including 12% GST. What is the price of the camera without GST, correct to the nearest dollar?
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1 pointsThe weights of 10 000 newborn babies in NSW are normally distributed. These weights have a mean of 3.1 kg and a standard deviation of 0.35 kg. How many of these newborn babies have a weight between 2.75 kg and 4.15 kg?
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1 pointsAn insurance company offers customers the following discounts on the basic annual premium for car insurance
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