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PROBABILITY  PAPER 1  SECTION B  KCSE 1997  FORM 3 LEVELThe water supply in a town depends entirely on two water pumps, A and B. The probability of pump A filling is 0.1, and the probability of pump B failing is 0.2. Calculate the probability that:
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LONGITUDES & LATITUDES  KCSE 1997  PAPER 1  SECTION B  FORM 4 LEVELA ship leaves an island (5°N, 45°E) and sails due east for 120 hours to another island. The average speed of the ship is 27 knots.
(take 1 nautical mile to be 1.853 Km and the radius of the earth to be 6370 Km) GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION  KCSE 1997  PAPER 1  SECTION B  FORM 1 LEVELUsing ruler and compasses only, construct triangle ABC such that AB = 4 cm, BC = 5 cm, and ∠ABC = 120°. Measure AC.
On the diagram, construct a circle which passes through the vertex of the triangle ABC. Measure the radius of the circle. Measure the shortest distance from the centre of the circle to line BC. SURFACE AREA OF SOLIDS  KCSE 1997  PAPER 1  FORM 2 LEVEL  SECTION BThe figure below shows a portable kennel.
MATRICES  FORM 3 LEVEL  KCSE 1997  SECTION B  PAPER 1The figure on the grid shows a triangular shaped object ABC and its image A'B'C'. (a)
(d) Hence find the area of the image A” B” C LINEAR EQUATIONS  FORM 2 LEVEL  KCSE 1997  PAPER 1  SECTION BThe coordinates of the points P and Q are (1, 2) and (4, 10) respectively. A point T divides the line PQ in the ratio 2:1.
VECTORS I  FORM 2 LEVEL  PAPER 1  SECTION B  KCSE 1997In the figure below, OA is equal to A, OB is equal to B, AB is equal to BC, and OB is to BD in a ratio of 3:1. (a) Determine
â€‹A commercial bank buys and sells Japanese Yen in Kenya Shillings at the rates shown below.7/1/2024 COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC I  KCSE 1997  FORM 1 LEVEL  PAPER 2  SECTION AA commercial bank buys and sells Japanese Yen in Kenya Shillings at the rates shown below. A Japanese tourist at the end of his tour of Kenya was left with Kshs. 30,000 which he converted to Japanese Yen through the commercial bank. How many Japanese Yen did he get? KNEC ANSWERS
Given that 1 Japanese Yen is selling at Ksh 0.5446, we can use this rate to calculate the amount of Japanese Yen the tourist received.
The tourist had Kshs 30,000, so we can calculate the amount of Japanese Yen as follows: Amount in Japanese Yen = Kshs 30,000 ÷ Selling rate of 1 Japanese Yen Amount in Japanese Yen = Kshs 30,000 ÷ 0.5446 The calculation gives us: Amount in Japanese Yen ≈ 55,082.12 Therefore, the tourist received approximately 55,082 Japanese Yen. K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN05The figure below represents a circle a diameter 28 cm with a sector subtending an angle of 75^0 at the center. Find the area of the shaded segment to 4 significant figures
K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN06A pyramid of height 10 cm stands on a square base ABCD of side 6 cm
K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN02Mary Has 21 Coins Whose Total Value Is Kshs 72. There Are Twice As Many Five Shillings Coins As There Are Ten Shillings Coins. The Rest Are One Shillings Coin. Find The Number Of Ten Shillings Coins That Mary Has.
K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN04On the figure below construct (i) The perpendicular bisector of BC (ii) The locus of a point P which moves such a way that ∠APB = ∠AVB and P is on the same side of AB on the same side of AB as C K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN01Evaluate Without Using Mathematical Tables;
K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & AMODEL 1997PP1QN20(A) Draw The Graph Of Y = 6 + X  X2, Taking Integral Value Of X In 4 ≤ X ≤ 5. (The Grid Is Provided. Using The Same Axes Draw The Graph Of Y = 2 – 2x
(B) From Your Graphs, Find The Values Of X Which Satisfy The Simultaneous Equations Y = 6 + X  X2; Y = 2 – 2x (C) Write Down And Simplify A Quadratic Equation Which Is Satisfied By The Values Of X Where The Two Graphs Intersect. â€‹Use The Trapezoidal Rule With Intervals Of 1 Cm To Estimate The Area Of The Shaded RegionÂ Below.21/12/2023 K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN08Use The Trapezoidal Rule With Intervals Of 1 Cm To Estimate The Area Of The Shaded Region Below.
K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN11ABC Is A Triangle And P Is On AB Such That P Divides AB Internally In The Ratio 4:3. Q Is A Point On AC Such That PQ Is Parallel To Bc. If AC = 14 CM
(I)State The Ratio AQ:QC (II)Calculate The Length Of QC K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN12Find the Values of A and B Where B Are Rational Numbers On The Surface Of A Cuboid ABCDEFGH A Continuous Path BFDHB Is Drawn As Shown By The Arrows Below.21/12/2023 K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN10On The Surface Of A Cuboid ABCDEFGH A Continuous Path BFDHB Is Drawn As Shown By The Arrows Below.
K.C.S.E MATHEMATICS Q & A  MODEL 1997PP2QN09Expand and simplify ( 1 – 3x)^{5}, up to the term in x^{3}

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