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Number System
Sample Question
Express 0.76 in the form of
p
q
and reduce it to the lowest terms.
A.
100
76
B.
76
100
C.
76
1000
D.
19
25
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Polynomials
Sample Question
If f(x) = 9x + 6, find the inverse of f, f
^{1}
.
A.
f
^{1}
(x) =
9
x  6
B.
f
^{1}
(x) = 9x + 6
C.
f
^{1}
(x) =
1
9x+6
D.
f
^{1}
(x) =
x  6
9
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Coordinate Geometry
Sample Question
Find the coordinates of the point shown in the picture.
A.
(15, 10)
B.
(10, 15)
C.
(1, 1.5)
D.
(1.5, 1)
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Linear Equations in Two Variables
Sample Question
The graph of equation for the line x =
p
is a line
A.
parallel to yaxis at a distance
p
units from the origin
B.
making an intercept
p
on both the axes
C.
making an intercept
p
on the yaxis
D.
parallel to xaxis at a distance
p
units from the origin
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Lines and Angles
Sample Question
If two horizontal lines are parallel, find the value of angle x.
A.
130°
B.
120°
C.
60°
D.
110°
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Quadrilaterals
Sample Question
In a rectangle ABCD, E, F, G, and H are the mid points of the four side, what kind of shape is represented by EFGH.
A.
Square
B.
Rhombus
C.
Rectangle
D.
Can not be determined
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Circles
Sample Question
ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral such that AB is a diameter of the circle circumscribing it and ∠ADC = 140º, then find the value of ∠BAC.
A.
55°
B.
45°
C.
60°
D.
50º
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GeometryOverall
Sample Question
If OD is perpendicular to AB, and ∠DOC = 45°, find (∠BOC  ∠AOC).
A.
90°
B.
95°
C.
100°
D.
85°
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Herons Formula
Sample Question
The sides of a triangle are 11 cm, 13 cm and 20 cm. The altitude to the longest side is :
A.
6.6 cm
B.
8.58 cm
C.
66 cm
D.
22 cm
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Surface Area and Volume
Sample Question
Find the surface area of the biggest sphere, which can fit in a cube of side 4a.
A.
36 π a
^{2}
B.
16 π a
^{2}
C.
64 π a
^{2}
D.
4 π a
^{2}
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Data Handling  Probability, Statistics
Sample Question
Ashley got an average score of 77 in 4 tests. She got 78 as the average of the highest 3 scores, and his lowest two scores are the same numbers. What is the average of her highest two scores?
A.
80.5
B.
79.5
C.
79
D.
80
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Logical Reasoning
Sample Question
Sameul and Jessica are standing together on a sunny day. Sameul's shadow is 10
feet long and Jessica's shadow is 9 feet long. How tall is Jessica?
Which of following statements are sufficient to answer the question.
I. Sameul is 6 feet tall.
II. Sameul is standing 8 feet away from Jessica.
A.
Statements I and II both are not sufficient
B.
Statement I alone is sufficient to answer the problem.
C.
Statements I and II both are needed.
D.
Statement II alone is sufficient to answer the problem.
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Full Year 9th Grade Review
Sample Question
Which of following can be true for a triangle?
A.
Each angle is less than 60°
B.
Two angles are acute angles
C.
Each angle is greater than 60°
D.
Two angles are obtuse angles
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