CBT JAMB maths 2016 by Abbey /50 16 Created on February 24, 2020 By bolaMathsCBT JAMB maths 2016 1 / 50 Category: Maths1 Integrate the equation with respect to x (2x^3)/3 – 2x + k x^3 + 2x + k (2x^3)/3 + 2x + k x^3 – 2x + k 2 / 50 Category: Maths2 If the mean of 4, y, 8 and 10 is 7. Find Y? 6 10 7 9 3 / 50 Category: Maths3 Find the derivative of y = ( 1/3X + 6) 2(1/3X + 6) 2/3 (1/3X + 6) 2/3 (1/3X + 6)^2 1/3 (1/3X + 6)^2 4 / 50 Category: Maths4 In a school of 150 students, 80 offer Frenchwhile 60 offer Arabic and 20 offer neither. Howmany students offer both subjects? 45 10 35 30 5 / 50 Category: Maths5 If the 2nd term of a G.P is 8/9 and the 6th term is 9/2 . Find the common ratio. 2 3/2 2/3 3 6 / 50 Category: Maths6. From the diagram above, find the value of < OTQ 230degrees 55degrees 115degrees 65degrees 7 / 50 Category: Maths7. The sum of the interior angles of a polygon is a givenas 1080 degrees. Find the number of the sides of thepolygon. 5 7 6 8 8 / 50 Category: Maths8 In the diagram above, l 1 is parallel to l 2 , Find thevalue of < PMT 82degrees 36degrees 72degrees 118degrees 9 / 50 Category: Maths9. From the diagram above, Find the value of < ROP 110degrees 70degrees 95degrees 85degrees 10 / 50 Category: Maths10. The venn diagram shows a class of 50 students withthe games they play. How many students play onlytwo games? 15 16 20 18 11 / 50 Category: Maths11 If line p = 5x + 3 is parallel to line p = wx + 5.Find the value of w. 7 3 6 5 12 / 50 Category: Maths12 Evaluate âˆ«(cos4x + sin3x)dx sin4x – cos3x + k sin4x + cos3x + k 1/4sin4x – 1/3cos3x + k 1/4sin4x + 1/3cos3x + k 13 / 50 Category: Maths13 If x_{10}= 23_{5}. Find x 15 12 14 13 14 / 50 Category: Maths14. The pie chart above shows the distribution ofsubjects offered by students in SSS III level. If 80students enrolled in the class. What is the size of theangle of the sector in economics? 24 degrees 39 degrees 32 degrees 36 degrees 15 / 50 Category: Maths15 Calculate the range of 20, -6, 25, 30, 21, 28, 32,33, 34, 5, 3, 2, and 1. 32 36 33 40 16 / 50 Category: Maths16. The bar chart above shows the number of visitorsreceived in a week. How many visitors were receivedon Friday, Tuesday and Sunday? 17 22 20 16 17 / 50 Category: Maths17 Factorize k^2 – 2kp + p^2 . (k +p)^2 (k – p)^2 k^2 + p^2 k^2 – p^2 18 / 50 Category: Maths18 Calculate the perimeter of a sector of a circle ofraduis 12cm and angle 60 o . (12 + 4Ï€)cm (24 + 4Ï€)cm (12 + 6Ï€)cm (24 + 6Ï€)cm 19 / 50 Category: Maths19. The table shows the frequency distribution ofmarks obtained by a group of students. If the totalmark is 48, find the value of y. 6 8 7 5 20 / 50 Category: Maths20 Given U = {xx is a positive integer less than 15}and P = {xx is even number from 1 to 14}. Find thecompliment {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15} {2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13} {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13} {2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 15} 21 / 50 Category: Maths21 Simplify (0.026 x 0.36)/0.69. Leave your answer in standard form 1.36 x 10^-4 1.36 x 10^-3 1.36 x 10^-1 1.36 x 10^-2 22 / 50 Category: Maths22 A number of pencils were shared out amongBisi, Sola and Tunde in the ratio of 2:3:5respectively. If Bisi got 5, how many were sharedout? 15 25 30 50 23 / 50 Category: Maths23 Calculate the perimeter of a sector of a circle ofraduis 9cm and angle 36 degrees. 18cm (18 + 9Ï€/5)cm (9 + 9Ï€/5)cm 9Ï€/5cm 24 / 50 Category: Maths24. Solve 23/5 -23/5 1/8 21/7 25 / 50 Category: Maths25. From the table above, find the median 3 5 5 6 26 / 50 Category: Maths26. Solve 3x^2 – 4/x 2x^2 + 4/x^2 3x^2 + 4/x^2 2x^2 – 4/x 27 / 50 Category: Maths27 Evaluate (0.8Ã—0.43Ã—0.031)/(0.05Ã—0.72Ã—0.021). Correct to foursignificant figures. 14.09 14.1 14.12 14.11 28 / 50 Category: Maths28 An arc subtends an angle of 30degrees at the centre of acircle radius 12cm. Calculate the length of the arc. 6Ï€cm 2Ï€cm 3Ï€cm 9Ï€cm 29 / 50 Category: Maths29. 2 -1 1 -2 30 / 50 Category: Maths30 An arc of the length 16 cm subtends an angle of80degrees at the centre of the circle. Find the radius of thecircle. 24cm 28cm 36cm 32cm 31 / 50 Category: Maths31 The mean of 2-t, 4+t, 3-2t, 2+t and t-1 is 2 t -t -2 32 / 50 Category: Maths32 Evaluate (12.02Ã—20.06) / (26.04Ã—60.06), correct to three significantfigures. 0.157 0.154 0.155 0.158 33 / 50 Category: Maths33. Solve 6x^2 + 12x + 1 6x^2 + 6x + 1 6x^2 + 6x + 6 6x^2 + 12x + 6 34 / 50 Category: Maths34 The nth term of the sequence 3, 9, 27, 81…..is 3 x 3^n-2 3 x 3^n-1 3 x 3^n+2 3 x 3^n+1 35 / 50 Category: Maths35. Solve 2 1/3 1 2/3 36 / 50 Category: Maths36 If a car travels 120km on 45 litres of petrol, howmuch petrol is needed for a journey of 600km? 720 litres 160 litres 225 litres 960 litres 37 / 50 Category: Maths37. Solve 9x^2 + 4x + 3 9x^2 – 4x – 3 9x^2 + 4x – 3 9x^2 – 4x + 3 38 / 50 Category: Maths38. Solve cosx – (5x^3/3) + k cosx – (5x^3/3) + k -cosx – (5x^3/3) + k cosx – 10x + k 39 / 50 Category: Maths39 If N = p/2 (T1-T2/T1 ). Find P when N = 12, T 1 = 27and T 2 = 24. 48 108 54 216 40 / 50 Category: Maths40 Solve for x and y respectively3x – 5y = 96x – 4y = 12 3/4, 1 4/3, 1 3/4, -1 4/3, -1 41 / 50 Category: Maths41 If Q is a factor of 18 and T is prime numbersbetween 2 and 18. What is Qâˆ©T? (2,3) (2,3,18) (2,3,9) (2,3,6) 42 / 50 Category: Maths42. From the cyclic quadrilateral above, find < TVS 60degrees 80degrees 70degrees 50degrees 43 / 50 Category: Maths43 Find the mean of 10, 8, 5, 11, 12, 9, 6, 3, 15, and23. 11.2 10 10.2 11.3 44 / 50 Category: Maths44. In the cyclic quadrilateral above . Find < PRO 70degrees 20degrees 50degrees 30degrees 45 / 50 Category: Maths45 OGIVE is constructed using Third quartile range Semi-quartile range Cummulative frequency table Inter-quartile table 46 / 50 Category: Maths46. Rationalize Â (âˆš6-âˆš4) / Â (âˆš6+âˆš4) 5 + 2âˆš6 5 – 4âˆš6 5 + 4âˆš6 5 – 2âˆš6 47 / 50 Category: Maths47. The bar chart above shows the marks obtained bystudents in a mathematics test.How many students in all took the test? 40 30 20 10 48 / 50 Category: Maths48. Determine the mean score of the student that took themathematics test? 4.5 4.3 4.2 4.6 49 / 50 Category: Maths49. From the diagram above. Find the fraction of theshaded position? 1/3 1/5 1/4 1/6 50 / 50 Category: Maths50. From the diagram above, find the requiredroots/region of x x < or = -1, x > or = 4 x < or = 4 -1 < or = x, x < or = 4 x < or = -1; 0 < = x, x < or = 4 Your score isThe average score is 15% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz No related posts. Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail