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This assignment is an analysis of student behavior. We were given the task to conduct an experiment on the time management of student against their age. Two groups of students were chosen, freshman (AGED13) and seniors (AGED 16). We had to interview 50 freshmen’s and 50 senior’s.

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MATHEMATICS1.This question paper is divided into four sections A, B, C, and DSection A - consists of 10 questions each carrying 1mark.Section B-consists of 5 questions each carrying 2 mark.Section C-consists of 10 questions each carrying 3 mark.Section D-consists of 5 questions each carrying 6 mark.2.There is no overall choice. 3.Use of calculator is not permitted.SECTION AQ.1What are axioms and theorems?Q.2 Write four solutions for the equation 2x+y=7.Q.3 Rationalize the denominator of Q.4 What is abscissa and ordinate?Q.5Locate on the number line.Q.6 State mid -point theorem.Q.7 Express 3.142678 in form.Q.8 Define transversal .Q.9Give the conditions for a quadrilateral to be a parallelogram.Q.10What does R.H.S stands for ?SECTION- B Q.11Factorize + 13+ 32x + 20Q.12If a point C lies between two points A and B such that AC = BC prove that AC = AB. Explain by drawing the figure .Q.13Represent on the number line . Q.14 The angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 3:5:9:13 . Find all the angles of the quadrilateral .Q.15 PQR = , then prove that . P R S Q

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