## JSS3: MATHEMATICS – 1ST TERM

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# JSS3 – Substitution & Change of Subject of Formulae: 1st term Evaluation questions | Week 8

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##### 1. Question

If y = 9 – 4x, find the value of y when x = 5

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##### 2. Question

If p = rgh, find p when r = 5, g = 100 and h = 12.

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##### 3. Question

The nth term of an Arithmetic progression (AP) is given by the formula Tn=a+(n-1)d. When a is the first term, n is the nth term and d is a common difference. Find the 50

^{th}term i.e. T_{50 }of the sequence if a = 4, n = 50, and d = 3.CorrectIncorrect - Question 4 of 12
##### 4. Question

Use the formula \( \scriptsize \pi r^2 + \pi rl \) to find the value of A, when r = 5cm, l = 10cm and \( \scriptsize \pi = 3.142 \) Â Â

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##### 5. Question

Given that v = u + at, find v when u = 5, a = 9.8, t = 5.

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##### 6. Question

Change the subject of this equation to r.

C = \( \scriptsize \pi r \)Â Â

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##### 7. Question

When changing the subject of an equation, if you divide the left side of your equation by y, what do you need to do to the right side of the equation?

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##### 8. Question

If v = u + at, then a = ?

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##### 9. Question

\( \scriptsize If \: p = 6a ^2 \: – \: 2 \) Â

then a =Â ?Â Â Â

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##### 10. Question

In the formula f = \( \frac{1}{2\pi}\sqrt{ \frac{g}{l}} \)

\( \scriptsize l = ? \)

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##### 11. Question

Make I the subject of the formula in P = I

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##### 12. Question

Given that \( \frac {1}{2} \scriptsize mv^2 \; – \; \normalsize \frac {1}{2} \scriptsize mu^2 = FS \)

make u the subject formula.

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