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## Quiz # 1 minimum? SITUATION 9 SITUATION 13

Algebra, Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, a. 3 c. 1/2 Answer the following rate problems: Solve the following problems:
Plane and Solid Geometry, Analytic b. 1/3 d. 2 (G.CE3.M.12.M.S7) (G.CE3.N.12.M.S9)
Geometry and Differential Calculus 7. What is the nearest distance from the hyperbola 14. If 8 men can cut 28 trees in a day, how many 20. A square pyramid has base width of 6 cm and
trees can 20 men cut in a day? altitude of 18cm. Find the volume.
x 2 − y2 = 4 a. 80 c. 70 a. 216 cc c. 248 cc
SITUATION 1 to point (6,0)? b. 90 d. 60 b. 261 cc d. 284 cc
Two conic sections have the following equations: a. 3.632 c. 3.742 15. Kim can do a work in 1 hour, Ken can do it in
(G.CE3.M.11.M.S2) b. 3.518 d. 3.861 2 hours and Karla can do it in 3 hours. SITUATION 14
A sphere having a volume of 2000 cu.m is cut
x + y − 8x + 4y − 16 = 0
2 2
SITUATION 5
Working together from start, how long can
they do the work? by a plane 4cm from its center.
y 2 − 16x + 4y + 68 = 0 8. If the radius of a sphere is increasing at a constant
a. 0.5455 hr c. 0.4562 hr (G.CE3.M.13.M.S7)
21. What is the area of the small circle cut by the
b. 0.5623 hr d. 0.6175 hr
1. Which of the following defines these conics? rate, what is the rate of change of volume? plane, sq.cm?
2 2
a. Ellipse and parabola a. 3πr (dr/dt) c. 4πr (dr/dt) SITUATION 10 a. 187.54 c. 125.47
2 2
b. Circle and parabola b. πr (dr/dt) d. 2πr (dr/dt) Answer the following sequence problems: b. 163.74 d. 141.65
c. Circle and ellipse
(G.CE3.M.12.M.S10)
d. Ellipse and hyperbola SITUATION 6 th
16. What is the 12 term of the sequence: 5, 10, SITUATION 15
2. Which of the following is a point of intersection of the 20, ... Given the function: (G.CE3.N.13.M.S10)
9. From a window of a building 4.25m above the ground,
conics?
a. (5, 3.66) c. (6, 3.66)
the angle of elevation of the top of a nearby building
a. 10,240
b. 20,480
c. 5,120
d. 40,960
f ( x) =
(x − x )2

(1+ x )
is 36.6 degrees and the angle of depression of its base
b. (6, 2.32) d. (5, 2.32) 17. The fourth term of a geometric progression 2
is 26.2 degrees. What is the height of the nearby th th
is 1.5 and the 8 term is 24. What is the 14
SITUATION 2 building?
term? 22. Determine the normal to the curve at the
Solve the following solid geometry problems: a. 12.672 m c. 11.373 m
a. 768 c. 3072 origin.
(G.CE3.M.11.M.S4) b. 10.665 m d. 10.582 m
b. 6144 d. 1536 a. y = -x c. y = x/2
3. A cylinder is inscribed in a cube of side 2 meters. Find SITUATION 7 b. y = x d. y = -x/2
the volume (in cu.m) inside the cube but outside the Given the following curves: (G.CE3.N.11.M.S9) SITUATION 11
cylinder. Curve 1: Answer the following trigonometry problems: SITUATION 16
a. 1.717 c. 1.793 The angle subtended by an arc of a circle of
b. 1.653 d. 1.864 y = x 2 + 7x + 6 (G.CE3.M.12.M.S14)
radius 60 cm is 152 degrees.
18. In order to measure the height of a flagpole,
4. Given a cube of side 1m. Find the volume of the cone Curve 2: (G.CE3.M.12.M.S17)
an instrument is setup at A and the angle of
(in cu.m) inscribed in this cube, with base of cone on x − 2y = 6 elevation to the top of the flagpole was 23. What is the length of the minor arc?
one side of the cube. 10. What are the points of intersection of the two curves? measured as 27.5 degrees. The instrument is a. 178.34 c. 159.17
a. 0.393 c. 0.196 a. (-2, -4) & (-4.5, 5.25) then setup at B, which is 56.3m closer to the b. 234.86 d. 217.82
b. 0.262 d. 0.524 b. (-2, 4) & (4.5, 5.25) flagpole and on the same vertical plane as 24. What is the area of the bigger sector, in
c. (2, 4) & (4.5, 5.25) point A and the flagpole, and measured the sq.cm?
SITUATION 3 d. (-2, -4) & (-4.5, -5.25) angle of elevation as 62.3 degrees. What is a. 7,234.98 c. 6,534.51
Answer the following algebra problems: b. 6,321.39 d. 4,775.22
11. What are the slopes of curve 1 at points of the height of the flagpole?
(G.CE3.M.11.M.S5) intersection?
a. 45.89 m c. 42.28 m
5. In a company of CE, ME and EE, the sum of all their SITUATION 17
a. 3 & 2 c. -3 & 2 b. 50.91 m d. 40.33 m
ages is 2160 and their average age is 36. The average Answer the following plane geometry
b. -3 & -2 d. 3 & -2
age of CE and ME is 39, of CE and EE is 110/3, and of SITUATION 12 problems. (G.CE3.M.12.M.S19)
EE and ME is 360/11. If the ages of CE is increased by SITUATION 8 Solve the following motion problems: 25. An elliptical lot has a major axis of 300m and
1, of ME is increased by 6, and of EE is increased by Ohm’s law states that the current flowing in a fixed (G.CE3.N.12.M.S4) a minor axis of 250m. If the cost of fencing
7, the average of all their ages increased by 5. How resistor is directly proportional to the applied voltage. 19. At 2:25 PM, an engineer and his girlfriend is P1,500 per meter, what is the total cost of
many CE are there? When 30 volts is applied across a resistor the current walks along Osmena Boulevard for 30 fencing the lot?
a. 20 c. 24 flowing through the resistor is 2.4x10
-3
amperes. minutes at a speed of 3 kph. They waited for a. P1,678,453.23 c. P2,665,729.76
b. 18 d. 16 Determine the following: (G.CE3.M.12.M.S1) a taxi for 10 minutes which brought them b. P2,245,934.87 d. P1,332,864.88
12. The constant of proportionality back to where they start at 3:15 PM. What
SITUATION 4 a. 16x10
-5
c. 8x10
-5
was the average speed of the taxi?
Answer the following calculus problems: b. 12x10
-5
d. 4x10
-5
a. 4.75 kph c. 9.00 kph
(G.CE3.M.11.M.S6) 13. The current (in amperes) when the voltage is 52 volts. b. 6.25 kph d. 2.25 kph
6. A triangle in the first quadrant is bounded by the X and a. 2.84x10
-3
c. 4.16x10
-3

Y axis and a line that passes through (1,2). What is the b. 6.82x10
-3
d. 4.85x10
-3