Maths Revision

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Question 1

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Which of these triangles can you apply Pythagorus' theorem to?
Answer
  • i
  • ii
  • iii
  • iv
  • v
  • vi

Question 2

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In which of these examples is 2 a coefficient?
Answer
  • 5 x 2
  • e - 2
  • xy + 2
  • 2y

Question 3

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a^4 x a^5 = [blank_start]a^9[blank_end] (NB. ^ means to the power of. Be sure to use this in your answer)
Answer
  • a^9

Question 4

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a^4 divided by a^2 = [blank_start]a^2[blank_end] (NB. ^ means to the power of. Be sure to use this in your answer)
Answer
  • a^2

Question 5

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(a^7)^3 = [blank_start]a^21[blank_end] (NB. ^ means to the power of. Be sure to use this in your answer)
Answer
  • a^21

Question 6

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Simplify this equation:
Answer
  • 5(x-1)
  • 10
  • x - 1
  • 2

Question 7

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What is the approximate circumference of this circle
Answer
  • 31.4159... mm
  • 3.14159... mm
  • 1.57079 mm
  • 15.7079 mm

Question 8

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The correct formula for finding a circle's circumference is...
Answer
  • C = π^2 x D
  • C = πR^2 (NB ^ means to the power of)
  • C = πD
  • C = π - D