KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 50]The number of pupils present in a class in a certain week is shown in the table below:What was the mean attendance for the class that week?
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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 49]The scale of a building plan is 1:200. What length, in cm, on the plan represents 5 metres of the building?
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 48]The distance in kilometres between towns P, Q, R and S is shown below.What is the distance from town S to town P via town R?
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 46]The graph below represents a journey of a cyclist travelling from town W to town P through towns L, K and M?Between which two towns was the cyclist travelling at the highest speed?
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 47]The table below shows train fares from town N to town M:A certain school arranged for a trip by train from town N to town M. 28 pupils aged 12 years, 15 pupils aged between 7 years and 10 years, 4 teachers and the head teacher.

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KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 31]
Triangle RST below is an isosceles triangle. The length RT = RS = 10 cm and ST=12 cm.
What is the area of the triangle?
 A. 32 cm2
 B. 48 cm2
 C. 24 cm2
 D. 60 cm2
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 32]
The diagram below is a net of a solid.
Which one of the following statements is true about the number of faces, edges and vertices for the solid?
 A. 5 faces, 10 edges and 10 vertices
 B. 5 faces, 14 edges and 10 vertices
 C. 5 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices
 D. 3 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 23]
Which one of the following expressions is in the simplified form of ,
KCPE Mathematics Topical Questions and Answers [KCPE 2019 Question 24]
Musa bought x bananas and Maria bought 4 bananas more than Musa. Otieno bought twice as many bananas as both Musa and Maria.
The total number of bananas bought altogether was 30. Which one of the following equations can be used to find the number of bananas Musa bought?
 A. 6x + 12 = 30
 B. 4x + 8 = 30
 C. 2 + 6 = 30
 D. 3x + 6 = 30
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