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Apprenticeship and work place Mathematics grade 10 level 1

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Question 1.

 

(A)

$16.60

(B)

$203.35

(C)

$377.65

(D)

$581.00

Question 2.

In 2004, Madison invested $3000.00 at an interest rate of 5% compounded annually. She deposits an additional $50.00 at the end of each year.

If Madison changed her Additional Investment at the end of 2005 to be $200, what would the new total amount of Interest Earned be after three years?

(A)

$468.00

(B)

$480.50

(C)

$488.00

(D)

$788.00

Question 3.

Buy-Mart has three employees. Their earnings for one week are shown in the table below. Overtime is earned for time worked over 40 hours. Employees are paid double their regular wage when they work overtime.

What is the Total Earnings of all three employees together?

(A)

$867.00

(B)

$870.50

(C)

$890.00

(D)

$909.50

Question 4.

Samantha has two loans. The following tables represent the partial repayment of the two loans.

 

(A)

$1 140.24

(B)

$1 341.49

(C)

$1 425.00

(D)

$11 995.25

Question 5.

The following table represents Jim’s monthly budget.

 

(A)

$190.00

(B)

$310.00

(C)

$1460.00

(D)

$3110.00

Question 6.

The following table shows the number of tenants in a large apartment complex.

How many tenants moved out in September?

(A)

3

(B)

4

(C)

21

(D)

25

Question 7.

Using the formulas in the spreadsheet, what is the value of D1?

(A)

15.71

(B)

49.35

(C)

78.54

(D)

246.74

Question 8.

The amount, A, in dollars, remaining in a prepaid cell phone account is represented by the function A = 50 - 0.29t , where t is the time in minutes. In this function, what does 50 represent?

(A)

cost per minute

(B)

time remaining in account

(C)

starting amount in account

(D)

amount left in account when all the time is used up

Question 9.

Graham is asked to graph the line y = 3x + 48 so that the x-intercept and y-intercept both appear in the graphing calculator window. Which of the following window settings below should he use?

(A)

x min = -10    y min = -10

x max = 10    y max = 10

(B)

x min = -3   y min = 0

x max = 0   y max = 48

(C)

x min = -20   y min = -16 

x max = 10   y max = 42

(D)

x min = -20   y min = -10

x max = 10   y max = 60

Question 10.

Which function below is represented by the phrase “the output is equal to 3 less than double a number”?

(A)

y = 2x - 3

(B)

y = 3 - 2x

(C)

y = x - 6

(D)

y = 6 - x

Question 11.

Jen needs to complete between 4 and 8 driving lessons in order to take her driver’s test. The equation that represents the cost, C, in dollars, of the lessons is C = 25n + 50 where n is the number of lessons. What is the range for the cost of the lessons?

(A)

{0, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250}

(B)

{0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8}

(C)

{150, 175, 200, 225, 250}

(D)

{4, 5, 6, 7, 8}

Question 12.

Golf at Terrace Meadows has a fixed cost for one round plus a rental charge for each golf club. Anna paid $33 for one round and six rental clubs. Christie paid $39 for one round and ten rental clubs. What was the fixed charge for a round of golf?

(A)

$1.50

(B)

$6.00

(C)

$24.00

(D)

$27.00

Question 13.

What is the slope of the equation 24x + 4y = -16 ?

(A)

-16

(B)

-6

(C)

4

(D)

24

Question 14.

A rare coin was valued at $1500 in 2004. The coin gains value at the rate of $225 per year. In what year will the coin be worth $2625?

(A)

2008

(B)

2009

(C)

2015

(D)

2016

Question 15.

The cost of parking a car at a pay lot is given by the following table:

Which graph below best represents this scenario?

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

Question 16.

A student council has the choice of hiring two sound companies for their school dance.

Which scenario below is true if the student council sells 400 tickets for the dance?

 

(A)

Dance Party is $150.00 cheaper than Blaster’s Music.

(B)

Dance Party is $250.00 cheaper than Blaster’s Music.

(C)

Dance Party is $150.00 more expensive than Blaster’s Music.

(D)

Dance Party is $250.00 more expensive than Blaster’s Music.

Question 17.

The cost, C, in dollars, of holding a banquet depends on the number of people attending, n, plus a fixed hall rental cost. If the cost per person is $7.50, C(0) = 25 , and C(50) = 400 , what is the equation of the cost function?

(A)

C(n) = 7.50n + 400

(B)

C(n) = 50n + 400

(C)

C(n) = 7.50n + 50

(D)

C(n) = 7.50n + 25

Question 18.

What scenario would best describe the graph below?

(A)

the height of a football thrown into the air

(B)

the temperature of a hot drink cooling over time

(C)

a person walking home from school and then back

(D)

the height of a rock dropped from a bridge into a river

Question 19.

If a skateboard club holds a raffle, the profit, P(n), is represented by the function P(n) = 2n - 150 , where n is the number of tickets sold. What is the value of P(100) ?

(A)

-150

(B)

50

(C)

125

(D)

200

Question 20.

What is the length of side MN?

(A)

7.0 cm

(B)

7.4 cm

(C)

8.6 cm

(D)

12.8 cm

Question 21.

A roof is constructed as shown in the diagram below.

What is the angle, x, at the peak of the roof?

(A)

157°

(B)

148°

(C)

146°

(D)

136°

Question 22.

From an apartment window 24 m above the ground, the angle of depression to a nearby building is 35° and the angle of elevation is 60° as shown in the diagram below.

What is the height, h, of the nearby building?

(A)

46 m

(B)

53 m

(C)

83 m

(D)

94 m

Question 23.

A boat is towing two water-skiers. Mia’s towrope is 12 m long and Ella’s towrope is 15 m long. The angle between the two towropes is 32° as shown in the diagram below.

What is the distance, x, between Mia and Ella?

(A)

8 m

(B)

9 m

(C)

19 m

(D)

64 m

Question 24.

What is the measure of \(\measuredangle\)x in the diagram below?

 

(A)

19°

(B)

34°

(C)

83°

(D)

127°

Question 25.

Which of the following statements are true?

(A)

I only

(B)

II only

(C)

both I and II

(D)

neither I nor II

Question 26.

If a softball has a diameter of 3.82 inches, what is the minimum amount of leather needed to cover the ball?

 

(A)

29 square inches

(B)

46 square inches

(C)

183 square inches

(D)

233 square inches

Question 27.

A weather balloon has the shape of a hemisphere on a cone as shown in the diagram below.

What is the volume of this weather balloon?

(A)

4503 m3

(B)

5550 m3

(C)

6597 m

(D)

7645 m3

Question 28.

Soup is packaged in a container as shown below.

To determine the amount of soup in the container, which formula should be used?

(A)

V = \(\pi\)(4)2(15)

(B)

V = \({4 \over 3}\pi\)(4)2

(C)

SA = 2\(\pi\)(4)2 +  2\(\pi\)(4)(15)

(D)

SA = 4\(\pi\)(4)2

Question 29.

Brian created two storage containers in his woodwork class as shown in the diagram below.

Compared to Container A, how much more paint does Brian need to paint Container B?

(A)

3 times

(B)

6 times

(C)

9 times

(D)

27 times

Question 30.

Britney draws an ant using a scale factor of 5 : 1. If the actual ant is 25 mm long, how long is the ant in Britney’s drawing in centimetres?

(A)

125 cm

(B)

12.5 cm

(C)

5 cm

(D)

0.5 cm

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