WASSCE Maths November 1998 Past Questions (Revision mode with answer feedback)
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Question 1 of 50
1. Question
Category: Sets and Operations on SetsThe sets A = {2, 3) and B = {2, 4) are subsets of the universal set, U = {l, 2, 3, 4).
Find A’ U B’, where A’ and B’ are complements of A and B respectively.CorrectIncorrect 
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2. Question
Category: Properties of Natural NumbersExpress 39763, correct to three significant figures.
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3. Question
Category: SurdsEvaluate √125 – √180 + √45
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4. Question
Category: Modular ArithmeticDetermine the least value of y for which
5 + y = 2(mod 7)
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5. Question
Category: Number BasesConvert l203five to a base ten numeral.
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6. Question
Category: IndicesEvaluate 77 x 93. Give the answer in standard form.
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7. Question
Category: FractionsFind x if x/2 + 2x/3 = 14
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8. Question
Category: IndicesSimplify
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9. Question
Category: IndicesIf 2^{n} = x, find 2^{n+1}.
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10. Question
Category: FunctionsA function f is given by f : x → x/(2x1). For what value of x is f undefined?
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11. Question
Category: Transformation and CoordinatesWhen the point (4, 5) is reflected in the line 1, its image is (4, —5). What is the equation of the line 1?
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12. Question
Category: Substitutions and Change of SubjectsIf a = 2/b 1/c, find an expression for c, in terms of a and b.
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13. Question
Category: Relations and MappingsThe following shows a mapping x → y.
What linear equation connects x and y?
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14. Question
Category: Algebraic ExpressionsSimplify the expression
(2a + b)(a—b) + (2a—b)(a + b).
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15. Question
Category: Geometric ConstructionsWhat is angle PQR in the construction above?
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16. Question
Category: Sets and Operations on SetsThe sets R = {rhombuses} and T= {rectangles} are subsets of U = {quadrilaterals}. If S = R ∩ T. What is the set S?
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17. Question
Category: Surface Areas and Volume of Solid FiguresThe minute hand of a wall clock is 10.5 cm long. How far does its tip travel in 24 hours? [Take π = 22/7]
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18. Question
Category: SurdsSimplify (3 – 2√2)(3 + 2√2)
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19. Question
Category: Linear InequalitiesSolve 4+3x < 10, if x is positive.
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20. Question
Category: Surface Areas and Volume of Solid FiguresTwo similar cylindrical shaped cans hold 2 litres and 6.75 litres of liquid. If the diameter of the smaller one is 16 cm, find the diameter of the larger can.
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21. Question
Category: Plane GeometryThe figure below shows three circles which touch each other. X, Y and Z are centres of the circle. The circles with centres Y and Z have equal radii.
Which of the following statements is necessarily true of triangle XYZ?
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Question 22 of 50
22. Question
Category: IndicesSolve the equation l6^{y} = 8.
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23. Question
Category: Ratio and ProportionTwo men invested ¢1,200,000 and ¢1,800,000 in a business. How should they share a profit of ¢300,000, if they agree to share it in proportion to their investments.
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24. Question
Category: Graphs of Linear and Quadratic FunctionsThe graph shows the function f(x)=x^{2} – 7x+10 for the interval 1≤x≤8.
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25. Question
Category: Graphs of Linear and Quadratic FunctionsThe graph shows the function f(x)=x^{2} – 7x+10 for the interval 1≤x≤8.
What is the equation of the axis of symmetry?
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26. Question
Category: Graphs of Linear and Quadratic FunctionsThe graph shows the function f(x)=x^{2} – 7x+10 for the interval 1≤x≤8.
Find the truth set of x² – 7x + 6 = 0
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27. Question
Category: Plane GeometryCalculate, correct to the nearest degree, the value of x in the triangle above.
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28. Question
Category: Linear EquationsWhat is the equation of the line which is parallel to the line y + 3x – 2 = 0 and which passes through the point (1, 2)?
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29. Question
Category: Simultaneous EquationsIf x+6/x=5, find the value of x²+36/x²
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30. Question
Category: Plane GeometryIn the diagram, PQRS is a circle with centre O. QR = RS and ∠ROQ = 50°.
If ∠QPS = x, find x.
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31. Question
Category: Algebraic ExpressionsAma bought p cups of rice at x cedis per cup and q onions at 5 for ¢200.00. Find the total cost in cedis.
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Category: RatesA boy cycles 7.5 kilometres to school in 27 1/2 minutes. Find his average speed in metres per seconds, correct to one decimal place.
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Category: Bearings and VectorsFind the vector which translates the point (5, 4) to the point (2, 6).
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34. Question
Category: Linear InequalitiesWhich of the following number lines illustrates the solution set of 3x + 5 ≥ – 1
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35. Question
Category: LogarithmsIf log_{10} 3 = a and log_{10} 7 = b, the value of log_{10}63 is ……………..
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Question 36 of 50
36. Question
Category: Plane GeometryThe exterior angle of a regular polygon is 40°. Find the sum of its interior angles.
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37. Question
Category: Bearings and VectorsP(2, 1) and Q(1, 2) are points in the plane. Find the bearing of F from Q.
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38. Question
Category: StatisticsThe table gives the marks of 20 students in an examination.
Calculate the mean mark for the distribution.
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39. Question
Category: StatisticsThe table gives the marks of 20 students in an examination.
Find the median mark for the distribution.
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40. Question
The table gives the marks of 20 students in an examination.
If a student is selected at random, find the probability that he obtained at least 7 marks.
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41. Question
Category: Surface Areas and Volume of Solid FiguresThe volume of a cone of height 10.5cm is 396cm^{3}. Find the radius of the cone? [Take π = 22/7]
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42. Question
Category: StatisticsThe mean of the numbers 3, 5, 3x and 2 is 4. Find x.
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43. Question
Category: Relations and MappingsWhich of the following is the image of (2, 5) under the mapping
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44. Question
Category: ProbabilityA box contains 40 pens of equal size. 10 of them are green and 18 red. If a pen is chosen at random from the box, what is the probability that it is neither green nor red?
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45. Question
Category: Plane GeometryP and Q are two points, 6 cm apart. A point X moves in the same plane as P and Q, such that ∠ZPXQ = 90°. What is the locus of X?
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Question 46 of 50
46. Question
Category: Perimeter and Area of Plane FiguresThe height of an isosceles triangle is 4 cm. Find the length of the base, if the other sides are 5 cm long.
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Question 47 of 50
47. Question
Category: RatesA litre of petrol cost ¢550.00. The average fuel consumption of a car is 4.55 litres per 30 km. What is the cost of petrol for a journey of 150 km, to the nearest cedi?
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48. Question
Category: Perimeter and Area of Plane FiguresThe diagram above shows a sector of a circle centre 0 and radius 15 cm. The angle POB of the sector cut off from the circle is 60°. The remaining sector is folded to form a cone. Find the radius of the cone.
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Question 49 of 50
49. Question
Category: Perimeter and Area of Plane FiguresThe diagram above shows a sector of a circle centre 0 and radius 15 cm. The angle POB of the sector cut off from the circle is 60°. The remaining sector is folded to form a cone.
Find the surface area of the cone.
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Question 50 of 50
50. Question
Category: ProbabilityIn a class of 48 students, 30 of them offer Physics and 27 offer Biology. Each of the students offer at least one of the subjects. What is the probability that a student chosen at random offers only Biology?
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