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Objectives

1.)  Write in words 698,217

(a)  six thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven

(b)  six hundred and ninety-eight thousand, two hundred and seventeen

(c)   sixty thousand nine hundred and eighty-two seventeen

(d)  six million, nine hundred and eight thousand two hundred and seventeen.

 

2.)  An example of a prime number is __________

(a) 25               (b) 3            (c) 16          (d) 14

 

3.)  Simplify 5 + 6 ½ + 2 7/10

(a) 9 1/5           (b) 14 1/5    (c) 4 1/8      (d) 41 1/5

 

4.)  Change ¾ to decimal

(a) 75               (b) 7.5         (c) 0.75       (d) 0.075

 

5.)  Convert 3 2/5 to decimal

(a) 13.5            (b) 3.4                  (c) 7.9                   (d) 3.5

 

6.)  Edet saves ¼ of his salary every month. If his salary is N4,000, how much does he save?

(a) N1,000       (b) N10,000                   (c) N100               (d) N10

 

7.)  Simplify 5 ¾ of 60

(a) 245             (b) 395                 (c) 345                  (d) 1250

 

8.)  Convert £14 to Naira, if £1 is N100

(a) N14,000               (b) ¥14,000          (c) N1,400            (d) £14,000

 

9.)  By selling a house for N900,000 which was bought for N1.5m. What did the owner made on it.

(a) gain            (b) loss                 (c) profit               (d) none

 

10.)         I bought exercise book for N250 and sold it for N400. How much profit did I make?

(a) N15            (b) N150               (c) N250               (d) N650

 

11.)         Increase 500 by 2 dozen

(a) 524             (b) 1200               (c) 250                  (d) 502

 

12.)         Find the simple interest on N100,000 for 5 years at 3% per annum.

(a) N5000                  (b) N15,000                   (c) N1,500            (d) N150,000

 

 

13.)         Calculate the area of these right triangle.

 

  4cm

 

                   6cm

 

(a) 12cm2        (b) 9cm2               (c) 18cm2             (d) 36cm2

 

14.)         Calculate the area of a rectangle having 24cm length and 16cm breadth

(a) 384cm2       (b) 40cm2              (c) 290cm2            (d) 124cm2

 

15.)         What is 32/3 of 33

(a) 121             (b) 33                             (c) 21                    (d) 102

 

16.)         What is the time

 

 

 

 

 

(a) 20mins to 8                   (b) 5mins past 8   (c) 20mins to 1     (d) 8mins past 1

 

17.)         Taking 22/7 as Л, find the circumference of a circle of radius 3.5cm

(a) 2.20cm                 (b) 22.0cm            (c) 12.0cm            (d) 2250cm

 

18.)         A box in form of cuboids which is of length 40cm, breadth is 30cm and height is 20cm. Find the volume.

(a) 24cm3                   (b) 240cm3            (c) 2400cm3          (d) 90cm3

 

19.)         If the volume of a room is 24000cm3, length is 100cm and height is 40cm. Find the breadth.

(a) 6cm            (b) 60cm               (c) 600cm             (d) 14cm

 

20.)         Change 35kg to grams

(a) 3.5g            (b) 3500g              (c) 35g                  (d) 0.35g

 

Theory

1.)  Find the circumference of a circle whose radius is 2.8cm using 22/7 as Л.

2.)  How many 4litres buckets are needed to fill a tank holding 108litres.

3.)  Find the area of a rectangle of 100cm long and 140cm wide.

4.)  A bag of yam holds 2 ¼ kg. I take out 600g. How much does the bag now weigh.

5.)  Find the volume of a cuboids of 140cm long, 120cm high and 200cm wide.

 


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2015 ELECTIONS - WATCH YOUR VOTE AND BE INFORMED

WATCH YOUR VOTE AND BE INFORMED!!!
IT’S OUR RIGHT, IT’S OUR DUTY!!!
LeftGuardImage3LeftGuardImageLeftGuardImageLeftGuardImageLeftGuardImageLeftGuardImageLeftGuardImageLeftGuardImage3

www.ballotcompassonline.com

One of the greatest fears of Nigerian VOTERS is that their votes may never count. As such they refuse the rigorous process of electing their leaders even though it’s their constitutional right and duty as a citizen.
In view of these worries, we at Ballot Compass Have decided to offer Nigerians a platform that will assure following of the election results as they break. Ballot Compass will need to work with thousands of Nigerians like you as “election report volunteer” who will report election results independently from polling stations, where they will cast their votes, across the country.
To be a part of this concept and use the Ballot Compass platform, please sign up as a volunteer and follow the simple steps of downloading, installing and activating the Ballot Compass application on your mobile device.
In addition to being an independent follower of election results, you will also be able to keep an eye on the general election results through our dashboard monitor on real time as they stream in live from polling stations across the country.
Take a step today and commit yourself to deepening Nigeria’s electioneering process, watch your votes and be informed.

 
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