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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
How It Works
The idea of establishing a diagnostic E-learning platform is based on the premise that a medical doctor will never say to a patient, “here take this bunch of tablets, one of them will cure your illness.” Instead the doctor will carry out a diagnosis before prescribing just the right medication for the patient. Bmaths works on a similar principle. The platform identifies topics that a student is struggling with so that they can concentrate on those instead of re-studying the whole course. At Bmaths we call it “Smart Learning”.
Students Landing Page
The student landing page contains a summary of current performance, including BRAG report on the last 5 tests taken and a tracking average percentage mark/grade for the form that the student is registered in. The links on the colour coded percentage marks will take the student to the results page of the selected test. The student can then see exactly which questions they got wrong and why.
Taking Tests
Bmaths tests are made up of 10 multiple choice questions which are randomly generated from student selected topics and timed to last for 20 minutes. The student can select one or more topics to be included in the test at a given time. Where necessary a web calculator and working space are available for students to use.The platform keeps a record of student progress on all topics in colour coded format (BRAG colours), highlighting areas of weakness.
Student answers are marked automatically and immediately with an option to view correct explanations for every question marked wrong.
Test History
Students are free to re-take a topic test an unlimited number of times. The platform will keep tracking progress and update the average percentage mark and grade dynamically. The idea is to turn all topics “Green”. According to the Bmaths algorithm, the “greener” the BRAG report, the better the prospects for achieving the predicted grade.
From the test history page the student can go back to any past test and view the results page exactly as it was on the day the test was taken. Learning Maths has never been more fun.
Bmaths makes it quite hard to fail a maths exam, don’t work harder, work smarter.
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