## WAEC 2019 MATHEMATICS IS AVAILABLE LIVE

KEEP REFRESHING FOR UPDATES (4) Since Using Pythagoras theorem |PR|² = |PQ|² + |QR|² |PR|² = 3² + 4² |PR|² = 9 + 16 |PR|² = 25 PR = √25 […]

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WAEC 2019 MATHEMATICS IS AVAILABLE LIVE

KEEP REFRESHING FOR UPDATES (4) Since Using Pythagoras theorem |PR|² = |PQ|² + |QR|² |PR|² = 3² + 4² |PR|² = 9 + 16 |PR|² = 25 PR = √25 […]

KEEP REFRESHING FOR UPDATES

(4)

Since Using Pythagoras theorem

|PR|² = |PQ|² + |QR|²

|PR|² = 3² + 4²

|PR|² = 9 + 16

|PR|² = 25 PR = √25

|PR| = 5cm

Considering PRS

|PS|² = |PR|²+|SR|²

13² = 5² + |SR|²

169 = 25 + |SR|²

|SR|² = 169 – 25

|SR|² = 144

|SR| = √144 = 12cm

Hence the area of the quadrilateral = Area of triangle PQR + area of PRS

= 1/2bh + 1/2bh

= 1/2×4×3 + 1/2×12×5

(5a)

No of red balls = 3

No of green balls = 5

No of blue balls = x

Prob.(red ball) = no of total outcome/no of possible outcome

Pr(red) = 3/3+5+x = 1/6

3/8+x = 1/6

6(3) = 1(8+x)

18 = 8 + x

X = 18 – 8 = 10

Therefore the no of blue ball = 10

(5b)

Probability of picking a green ball

P(g) = no of green balls/no of possible outcome

P(g) = 5/3+5+10 = 5/18

(6ai)

F α M1M2/d²

F = KM1M2/d²

Given F = 20N, M1= 25kg, M2 = 10kg and d = 5m

20 = k(25)(10)/5²

250k = 500

k = 500/250 = 2

Expression is

F = 2M1M2/d²

(6aii)

Making d subject

d = √2M1M2/F

d = √2 ×7.5×4/30

d = √60/30 = √2

d = √2m or 1.41m

(6b)

Draw the diagram

X+X+60+X+80+X+40+X+20 = 540(sum of angles in a Pentagon)

5x + 200 = 540

5x = 540 – 200

5x = 340

X = 340/5

(8a)

1/3x – 1/4(x+2)>_ 3x -1⅓

1/3x – 1/4(x+2)>*3x – 4/3
Multiply through by the L. C. M(12), we have
4x – 3(x + 2)>_36x – 16
4x – 3x – 6 >* 36x – 16

-6+16 >*36x + 3x – 4x
10 >* 35x

35x _< 10

X = 10/35

X = 2/7

(8bi)

Draw the triangle

|AB|/66 = sin35

|AB| = 66sin35 = 66×0.5736 = 37.8576

Draw the right angled triangle

|AD|/|AB| = Tan52

|AD| = 37.8576 × Tan52° = 37.8576 × 1.2799 = 48.45m

(11ai)

ar² = 1/4 ……(1)

ar^5= 1/32 …..(2)

Divide eqn (2) by eqn(1)

ar^5/ar² = 1/32÷1/4

r³ = 1/32 × 4/1

r³= 1/8

r³ = 2-³

r = 2-¹

r = 1/2

Common ratio = 1/2

Put this into eqn (1)

a(1/2)² = 1/4

a(1/4) = 1/4

a = (1/4)/(1/4) = 1

First term, a = 1

(11aii)

Seventh term, T7 = ar^6

=(1)(1/2)^6

=1/64

(11b)

Given : X = 2 and X = -3

(X – 2)(X + 3) = 0

X² + 3x – 2x – 6 , 0

X² + x – 6 = 0

Comparing with ax²+bx+c = 0

a = 1

b = 1

C = -6

12a)

Given : siny = 8/17

Draw the right angle

From Pythagorean triple, third side is 15

Draw the right angle triangle

tan y = 8/15

tan y/1+2tany = 8/15/1+2(8/15) = 8/15/1+16/15

tany /1+2tan y = 8/31

( 12b)

Amount shared = #300,000

Otobo’s share = #60,000

Ade ‘s share = 5/12 × #(300,000-60,000)

= 5/12 × #240,000

=#100,000

Adeobi ‘s share = #300,000 – (#60,000 + #100,000)

= 300,000 – 160,000

=#140,000

Ratio : Otobo : Ade : Adeola

60,000 : 100,000 : 140,000

60 : 100 : 140

6 : 10 : 14

3 : 5 : 7

MATHS OBJ

1-10: CABD-ACCBC

11-20: -CBC

21-30:

31-40:

41-50:

43) C, 44)D, 45) B,46) C, 47) A,17)A, 18)A, 19)/B

23) B, 24) B, 48) C, 49) C, 50) A, 16) C, 20)D

Use this very accurate.

Maths-Obj

1CABDBADCBC

11BCBCBAAACD

21DCCBCCABBA

31AABDDCDDCC

41BBCDCCBCCD

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