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Question 1 of 4
1. Question
(a) Without using Mathematical tables or calculators, evaluate \(\scriptsize\frac{0.09 \times 1.21}{3.3 \times 0.00025}\), leaving the answer in standard form (Scientific Notation).
(b) A principal of GH¢5,600 was deposited for 3 years at compound interest. If the interest earned was GH¢1,200, find, correct to 3 significant figures, the interest rate per annum.

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Question 2 of 4
2. Question
(a) Solve : 7(x+4)−^{2}/_{3}(x−6)≤2[x−3(x+5)]
(b) A transport company has a total of 20 vehicles made up of tricycles and taxicabs. Each tricycle carries 2 passengers while each taxicab carries four passengers. If the 20 vehicles carry a total of 66 passengers at a time, how many tricycles does the company have?

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Question 3 of 4
3. Question
In the diagram, < RTS = 28°, < VRM = 46°, MQ is a tangent to the circle VRSTU at the point R. Find < VUS.
(b) A cylinder tin, 7cm high, is closed at one end. If its total surface area is 462cm2, calculate its radius. [Take π=^{22}/_{7}].

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Question 4 of 4
4. Question
The table shows the outcome when a die is thrown a number of times. If the probability of obtaining a 3 is 0.225;
(a) How many times was the die thrown?
(b) Calculate the probability that a trial chosen at random gives a score of an even number or a prime number.

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