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WHAT ARE THE MOST FREQUENTLY QUESTIONS ASK IN WAEC FOR MATHEMATICS

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WHAT ARE THE MOST FREQUENTLY QUESTIONS ASK IN WAEC FOR MATHEMATICS

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    Over 10,000 Math questions, with answers, similar to the questions in JAMB, GCE, WAEC, SAT. ATC and the likely Waec questions for the upcoming examination are available at www.10000mathsolutions.blogspot.com see examples below


    1.   What is the area, in square feet, of the triangle whose sides have lengths equal to 10, 6 and 8 feet? 

    A) 480 
    B) 24 
    C) 48 
    D) 30 
    E) 40 
    ________________________________________
    2.   3102 + 9*3100 + 3103/3 = ?


    A) 3101 
    B) 3102 
    C) 3103 
    D) 3104 
    E) 3105 
    ________________________________________
    3.   Of the 80 students in class, 25 are studying German, 15 French and 13 Spanish. 3 are studying German and French; 4 are studying French and Spanish; 2 are studying German and Spanish; and none is studying all 3 languages at the same time. How many students are not studying any of the three languages? 

    A) 27 
    B) 18 
    C) 53 
    D) 62 
    E) 36 
    ________________________________________
    4.   In the figure below, AB is a diameter of the large circle. The centers C1 and C2 of the smaller circles are on AB. The two small circles are congruent and tangent to each other and to the larger circle. The circumference of circle C1 is 8Pi. What is the area of the large circle? 
     . 

    A) 64Pi 
    B) 32Pi 
    C) 156Pi 
    D) 128Pi 
    E) 16Pi 
    ________________________________________
    5.   Round (202)2 to the nearest hundred. 

    A) 40,000 
    B) 48,000 
    C) 40,800 
    D) 47,000 
    E) 49,000 
     
     

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    Re: 10,000 Maths Question And Answer For Waec, Jamb, Gce
    « #1 on: August 06, 2010, 09:44 AM »
     

    anyone with waec gce 2010 exam question and answer? i nee them
     
     
     

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    Over 10,000 Math questions, with answers, similar to the questions in JAMB, GCE, WAEC, SAT. ATC and the likely Waec questions for the upcoming examination are available at www.10000mathsolutions.blogspot.com see examples below

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    Re: 10,000 Maths Question And Answer For Waec, Jamb, Gce

    « #1 on: August 06, 2010, 09:44 AM »

     

    anyone with waec gce 2010 exam question and answer? i nee them

     
     

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    1.   What is the area, in square feet, of the triangle whose sides have lengths equal to 10, 6 and 8 feet? 

    A) 480 
    B) 24 
    C) 48 
    D) 30 
    E) 40 
    ________________________________________
    2.   3102 + 9*3100 + 3103/3 = ?


    A) 3101 
    B) 3102 
    C) 3103 
    D) 3104 
    E) 3105 
    ________________________________________
    3.   Of the 80 students in class, 25 are studying German, 15 French and 13 Spanish. 3 are studying German and French; 4 are studying French and Spanish; 2 are studying German and Spanish; and none is studying all 3 languages at the same time. How many students are not studying any of the three languages? 

    A) 27 
    B) 18 
    C) 53 
    D) 62 
    E) 36 
    ________________________________________
    4.   In the figure below, AB is a diameter of the large circle. The centers C1 and C2 of the smaller circles are on AB. The two small circles are congruent and tangent to each other and to the larger circle. The circumference of circle C1 is 8Pi. What is the area of the large circle? 
     . 

    A) 64Pi 
    B) 32Pi 
    C) 156Pi 
    D) 128Pi 
    E) 16Pi 
    ________________________________________
    5.   Round (202)2 to the nearest hundred. 

    A) 40,000 
    B) 48,000 
    C) 40,800 
    D) 47,000 
    E) 49,000 

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