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A theatre has a seating capacity of 250 people. The charges are Kshs. 100 for an ordinary seat and Kshs 160 for a special seat. It cost Kshs 16,000 to stage a show and the theater must make a profit. There are never more than 200 ordinary seats and for a show to take place at least 50 ordinary seats must be occupied. The number of special seats is always less than twice the number of ordinary seats.
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The line segment BC given below is one side of triangle ABC
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Form 1 MathematicsA rally car traveled from point R to point S. S is 128 km on a bearing 060^{0} from R. The car then set off S at 9.30 am towards T at an average of 150 km/h. It was expected at T at 11.30 am. After traveling for I hour and 20 minutes it broke down at point P. The bearing of T and P from S is 300^{0}.
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A construction company requires to transport 144 tonnes of stones to sites A and B. The company pays Kshs 24,000 to transport 48 tonnes of stone for every 28 km. Kimani transported 96 tonnes to a site A, 49 km away.
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Three representatives are to be selected randomly from a group of 7 girls and 8 boys. Calculate the probability of selecting two girls and one boy.
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