KCSE MATHEMATICS QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS ~ Topically Analyzed
questionThe sum of two numbers m and n is 7. The sum of m and the reciprocal of n is 3 ¼. Find the two possible values of m and n. (4 Marks) answer
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A threedigit number is such that twice the hundreds digit is more than the tens digit by 2.the unit digit is thrice the hundred digit. When the digits are reversed, the number is increased by 594.Find the number.
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A two digit number is such that, the sum of its digits is 13. When the digits are interchanged, the original number is increased by 9. Find the original number.
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(a) Evaluate 540396726450÷3.
(b) Write the total value of the digit in the thousands place of the results obtained in (a) above. Form 1 Mathematics
Ntutu had cows, sheep and goats in his farm the number of cows was 32 and number of sheep was twelve times the number of cows. The number of goats was 1344 more
than the number of sheep. If he sold 3/4 of the goats, find the number of goats that remained. Form 1 Mathematics
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A number m is formed by writing all the prime numbers between 0 and 10 in an ascending order. Another number n is formed by writing all the square numbers between 0 and 10 in a descending order:
a) Find m – n; b) Express (m – n) as a product of its prime factors. Form 1 Mathematics
(a) Express 10500 in terms of its prime factors.
(b) Determine the smallest positive number P such that 10500P is a perfect cube. Form 1 MathematicsForm 1 Mathematics
The sum of two numbers x and y is 40. write down an expression, in terms of x, for the sum of the squares of the two numbers.
Hence determine the minimum value of x^{2} + y^{2} Form 1 Mathematics
All prime numbers less than ten are arranged in descending order to form a
Number. (a) Write down the number formed (b) State the total value of the second digit in the number formed in (a) above A fruiterer bought 144 pineapples at Kshs 100 for every six pineapples. She sold some of them at Kshs. 72 for every three and the rest at Kshs 60 for every two. If she made a 65% profit, calculate the number of pineapples sold at Kshs 72 for every three ( 3 marks)Without using logarithms tables evaluate
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