CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 1a May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Showing how to simplify a complex fraction in its "LOWEST" term. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 1a May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 1b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In 1b(i): Calculating the "Loss Percentage" of an item. In 1b(ii): Finding the "Cost Price" of an article Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 1b May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 1c May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In 1c(i) Converting EC$1 in TT$. NB. (Eastern Caribbean{EC} and Trinidad and Tobago{TT}) In 1c(ii) Converting US$80 in EC$. NB. (United States {US}) In 1c(iii) Converting TT$648 in US$ Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 1c May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 2a May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In 2a(i) Showing how to factorize an algebraic expression. In 2a(ii) Explaining how to factorize a difference of two squares. In 2a(iii) Showing how to factorize by grouping. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 2a May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 2b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Solving a simple linear equation. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 2b May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 2c May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Solving for "x" and "y" in a pair of simultaneous equations by elimination. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 2c May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 3a May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. 3a(i) Copy and complete a Venn diagram. 3a (ii)a Write an EXPRESSION that represent the total number of students in a survey. 3a (ii)b Write an EQUATION in x to represent the TOTAL number of students in the survey and hence solve for x. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 3a May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 3b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In 3b(i) Copy and complete a diagram to show the points Q and R, and distances 20km and 15km. In 3b(ii) Using Pythagoras theorem to calculate the distance PR, the shortest distance a ship traveled from a point P. In 3b(iii) Using the trig ratio "sine of an angle" to calculate angle QPR to the nearest degree. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 3b May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 4a May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In question 4a part; (i) You will learn how to find the length of the arc ABC. (ii) Showing how to calculate the perimeter of the sector OABC. (iii) Teaches how to find the area of the sector OABC. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 4a May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 4b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In Question 4b part; (i) Calculating the volume of a prism 20 cm long (ii) Finding the TOTAL mass of a prism to the nearest kilogram, given its volume. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 4b May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper 2 Question 5a May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In Question 5a part; (i) Showing how to use a ruler pencil and a pair of compasses to construct (draw) a triangle PQR. This includes drawing both 60 and 45 degree angles. (ii) Using a ruler to measure QR. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 5a May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 5b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In Question 5b part; (i) Showing how to calculate the gradient of line segment TS. (ii) Finding the equation of the line segment TS. (iii) Calculating the coordinate of the midpoint of line segment TS (iv) Evaluating the length of line segment TS. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 5b May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 6(a) and (b) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Transformation Geometry: In Question 6(a) and (b) (a) Showing how to find the centre of enlargement from a graph, given triangle LMN and its image triangle PQR. (b) Calculating the scale factor of the enlargement, and stating the coordinate of the centre of enlargement. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 6(a) and (b) May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 6(c) and (d) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Topic: Transformation Geometry: In Question 6(c) and (d) (c) Finding the value of the area of triangle PQR divided by the area of triangle LMN. (d) Drawing and label triangle ABC with vertices (-4,4), (-1, 4) and (-1, 2). Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 6(c) and (d) May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 6(e) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Transformation Geometry: In question 6(e) (e) Describing a rotation 90 degrees anti-clockwise with centre being the origin (0,0), and using a protractor to measure the angle. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 6(e) May 2012 |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 7(a) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Statistics: In question 7a: Showing how to find the missing values in a cumulative frequency table. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 7(a) May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 7b(i) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Statistics: In questions 7b(i) Showing how to calculate the "upper class boundry" (X-values) before drawing the cumulative frequency curve. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 7b(i) May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 7b(ii)May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Statistics: In Question 7b(ii): Showing how to draw a cumulative frequency cure by plotting our upper class boundaries (X values) against our cumulative frequency (Y values). Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 7b(ii) May 2012 |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 7c May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Statistics: In question 7c In 7c(i):Showing how to find the median age from a cumulative frequency curve. In 7c(ii): Calculating the "probability" that a person who visited the clinic was 75 years or younger, from a cumulative frequency curve. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 7c May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 8a May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Sequence and Series: In question 8a: Showing how to draw figure 4 in a sequence of isosceles triangles. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 8a May 2012 |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 8b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Sequence and Series: In question 8b Showing how to find missing values in a sequence by filling out a table. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 8b May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 9a(i) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Algebra, Functions and Relations: Section 2 question 9a(i) Showing how to solve a pair of simultaneous equations that includes one linear and one non linear. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 9a(i) May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 9b May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In Question 9b: (i)Writing three sets of inequalities from worded problems (ii) Shading the region of the graph which represents the solution set for the three inequalities in part(i) above (iii) Stating the coordinates of the points which represent the vertices of the shaded region on the graph in part (ii) above. (iv) Showing how to calculate the MAXIMUM profit on a sale by using the vertices stated in part(iii) above Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 9b May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 10a(i) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Measurements, Geometry and Trigonometry: Section 2 question 10a(i) Showing how to use the "Sine Rule to solve for the length of a side in a triangle". Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 10a(i) May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 10a(ii) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Measurements, Geometry and Trigonometry: Section 2 question 10a(ii) Showing how to use the "Cosine Rule" to solve for the length of a side in a triangle". Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 10a(ii) May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 10b(i)(a) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Measurements, Geometry and Trigonometry: Section 2 question 10b(i)a Using geometric reasons and theorems of the circle to find angle OUZ. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 10b(i)(a) May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 10b(i)(b) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)_ by Will EduTech
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Measurements, Geometry and Trigonometry: Section 2 question 10b(i)(b) Using geometric reasons and theorems of the circle to find angle UVY. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 10b(i)(b) May 2012. |

CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 10b (i)(c) & ii(a)(b) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. Measurements, Geometry and Trigonometry: Section 2 question 10b(i)(c) & ii(a)(b); b(i)(c) Calculating angle UWO in triangle UWO. b(ii)(a)&(b) Identifying congruent triangles for triangles ZOU and YXU respectively. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 10b(i)(c) & ii(a)(b) May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 11a(i) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In question 11(a)(i): Vectors Using position vectors to evaluate vector expressions for (B to A) and (B to C) respectively. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 11a(i) May 2012. |
CSEC CXC Maths Past Paper Question 11a(ii)&(iii) May 2012 Exam Solutions (Answers)
Add to EJ Playlist GO TO http://www.will edutech.com/ and learn for FREE. In question 11(a)(ii)&(iii) : Vectors 11(a)(ii) Showing that the line segment BA and BC are parallel. 11(a)(iii) Drawing a sketch to show the relative positions of the vector A, B and C. Taken from CXC CSEC Math Exam Paper 2 Question 11a(ii)&(iii) May 2012. |

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