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Given the venn diagram below, list the items which are in the set A U B
A {1,7,9}
B {7}
C {1}
D {9}
E {2,3,4,5,6,8,10}
Calculate Tete Mary's PAYE given; monthly salary = $1500, total deductions before tax = $51.26 and tax-free transport and housing allowances = $70.
A $413.62
B $1378.74
C $51.26
D $1500
E $1600
The histogram shows the weight of some boxes. How many boxes are there in total?
A 17
B 19
C 21
D 23
E 25
Solve the following fractions?
A 6/12
B 7/8
C 5/8
D 2/8
E 3/8
Below is an incomplete water bill for Mr Soko Murehwa for the month of May. Find the value of x.
A 948 m^{3}
B 138 m^{3}
C -948 m^{3}
D 543 m^{3}
E -138 m^{3}
Calculate the height of the tree. (Note: Figure is not drawn to scale.)
A 125 m
B 50 m
C 46 m
D 44 m
E 40 m
Calculate the height TE of the tree. Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures.
A 13.0 metres
B 119 metres
C 11.9 metres
D 13.4 metres
E 134 metres
Work out the angle 2a
A 20 °
B 40 °
C 60 °
D 120 °
E 160 °
Look at the distance-time graph belo showing a motoris's journey. What was the average speed from Harare to Ruwa?
A 15km/h
B 60km/h
C 40km/h
D 20km/h
E 10km/h
Find the unknown angle marked n.
A 36 °
B 80 °
C 45 °
D 60 °
E 72 °
Find the unknown angle marked u.
A 41 °
B 100 °
C 39 °
D 80 °
E 139 °
Find the unknown angle marked e.
A 45 °
B 52 °
C 58 °
D 72 °
E 32 °
Calculate the angle "x" and give a reason for your answer.
A 140 °, angles on a straight line
B 40 °, alternate angles
C 140 °, allied angles
D 40 °, corresponding angles
E 140 °, corresponding angles
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Bmaths Challenge 2020
Bmaths will be running a Maths Challenge designed to enrich mathematical education and inspire a love for problem solving through competition. The competition will run for three months on a two week cycle starting on 14th September 2020. There will be 4 categories for each cycle, i.e from Form 1 Maths challenge to Form 4 maths Challenge. The winner for each category will receive a prize of US$10 cash, paid out via Worldremit. There will also be a runner up prize for each category of US$5 worth mobile airtime. Students are free to enter as many times as they wish.
Rules of the competition
To enter the competition, create an account at www.wagona.com or on the Bmaths app available on Playstore and select the syllabus Form 1 Maths Challenge, .... Form 4 Maths Challenge as appropriate.
You will receive a daily assignment made up of 10 questions per week, i.e (5 days) Monday to Friday.
In the second week on the last day, you will receive a Challenge Assignment made up of 15 questions to be completed in 30 minutes.
The Challenge Assignment carries a 50% weighting of the overall score and the student with the highest score wins the competition.
Students joining in the middle of a cycle can catch up by completing all missed assignments.
Winners for each category will be announced on the Saturday of the second week on Bmaths social media platforms and prizes awarded immediately.
Learning maths has never been more fun, register now for Bmaths Challenge to play, learn, win and enjoy!!!
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