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AUSTRALIAN MATHEMATICS COMPETITION for the Wales awards. Sponsored by Conberra College of Advanced Education Bank of New South Wales Canberra Mathematical Association 1978 INTERMEDIATE DIVISION COMPETITION PAPER (School Years 9 and 10) INSTRUCTIONS Do not open this booklet until told to do so by your teacher. Calculators are not permitted. Scribbling paper, graph paper, ruler and compasses are permitted. All answers should be recorded on your separate answer sheet. Read carefully the instructions on this answer sheet. If unable to solve a problem it is better not to answer the question. Avoid random guessing as there is a penalty for wrong answers. When your teacher gives the signal begin working on the problems. You have 1% hours working time. Diagrams are NOT drawn to scale. They are intended as aids only. Q.1-10 INTERMEDIATE SECTION ~_3 marks each 18 a@=2 and B= -3 then SH oquais (a) 8 (By -6 (Cc) -8 (bd) -$ CE) 3 <£ a boat sets out froma point A and sails south-east for 10 kilometres then north-east for 24 kilometres then the distance it is fron A in kilometres is (a) 38 (B) 17 (ce) 25 (D>) 26 (BD 30 Which of the following is the closest approximation for 1.96 * 3.142 (a) 60 (B) 6 (C) .6 (Dd) .06 (EZ) .006 ‘The Line with equation y = at - 6 passes through the point (a, 2). The value of a is fa) 2 (8) 0 Cc) § (Do) Bo CE) -28 I€ each edge of a square is increased by 50% then the percentage increase in surface area is A) 100 (B) 150 (C) 225 (Dd) 125 (E) none of these The length of the shortest side of 2 60° set square is 12cm. The length of the longest side (in centimetres) is ta) evs (BY) 12V3 (cc) 18 (Dp) 12v2_ (EB) 24 The solutions of the equation z* - 9 - 36 = 0 are (A) -3,12 (B) 3,-12 (C) -3,-12 (D) 0-4 (BE) 9,4 The graph of 22 - y+1=0 intersects the graph of y = x* in the points A and B. The « coordinates of the points A and 3 are the solutions of the equation (a) x2 4 Qe 4.0 (B) x? - ae -2 (p) 2? = 0 (£) none of these o (c) 2@+1=0 10. Q.11-20 . 12. 1s. 12 If the operation * is defined by Ee athe then a * (bre) equals Oa @ £ (p) 2 (£) none of these If z= (n+1)(n+2)(n#3) where nis a positive integer then x is not always divisible by (A) 1 (B) 2 (ce) 3 (Dp) 5 Ce) 8 =_4 narks each If (4, 2) is the mid-point of the line joining (x, 4) and (3, y) then 2 +y equals (A) 5 (B) 6 (ce) 7 (bd) -7 (Ez) 0 (ay 1) 2 (c) 3 (Do) 4 CE) 5 TF In the diagnam the graph represents a cubic then the equation of the graph is al a a CA) y = (wel)?(2-2) (BY = (a41)*(2-2) (C)s-y = (2-0) 22-2) (Dp) oy = ~(e-1)2(42) (BE) oy = (1)? (042)