## Find y’ if x = 2 arccos 2t and y = 4 arcsin 2t

**Problem**

Find *y’* if *x* = 2 arccos 2*t* and *y* = 4 arcsin 2*t*.

A. 2 | C. 4 |

B. -2 | D. -4 |

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## Probability That A Randomly Selected Chord Exceeds The Length Of The Radius Of Circle

**Situation**

If a chord is selected at random on a fixed circle what is the probability that its length exceeds the radius of the circle?

- Assume that the distance of the chord from the center of the circle is uniformly distributed.
A. 0.5 C. 0.866 B. 0.667 D. 0.75 - Assume that the midpoint of the chord is evenly distributed over the circle.
A. 0.5 C. 0.866 B. 0.667 D. 0.75 - Assume that the end points of the chord are uniformly distributed over the circumference of the circle.
A. 0.5 C. 0.866 B. 0.667 D. 0.75

## Regular Octagon Made By Cutting Equal Triangles Out From The Corners Of A Square

**Problem**

A regular octagon is made by cutting equal isosceles right triangles out from the corners of a square of sides 16 cm. What is the length of the sides of the octagon?

A. 6.627 cm | C. 6.762 cm |

B. 6.267 cm | D. 6.276 cm |

## The Hour Hand And Minute Hand Of The Clock Exchanged Places

**Problem**

Between 3:00 and 4:00, Kathryn looked at her watch and noticed that the minute hand was between 5 and 6. Later, Kathryn looked again and noticed that the hour hand and the minute hand had exchanged places. What time was it in the second case?

## Time After 3:00 O'clock When The Hands Of The Clock Are Perpendicular

**Problem**

How many minutes after 3:00 o’clock will the hands of the clock be perpendicular to each other for the 1st time?

A. 35 | C. 32.73 |

B. 33.15 | D. 34.12 |

## Smallest Part From The Circle That Was Divided Into Four Parts By Perpendicular Chords

**Problem**

Divide the circle of radius 13 cm into four parts by two perpendicular chords, both 5 cm from the center. What is the area of the smallest part.

## Continuous Beam With Equal Support Reactions

**Situation**

A beam 100 mm × 150 mm carrying a uniformly distributed load of 300 N/m rests on three supports spaced 3 m apart as shown below. The length *x* is so calculated in order that the reactions at all supports shall be the same.

1. Find *x* in meters.

A. 1.319 | C. 1.217 |

B. 1.139 | D. 1.127 |

2. Find the moment at *B* in N·m.

A. -240 | C. -242 |

B. -207 | D. -226 |

3. Calculate the reactions in Newton.

A. 843.4 | C. 863.8 |

B. 425.4 | D. 827.8 |

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## Probability that a Point Inside a Square Will Subtend an Obtuse Angle to Adjacent Corners of the Square

**Problem**

Point *P* is randomly chosen inside the square *ABCD*. Lines *AP* and *PB* are then drawn. What is the probability that angle *APB* is obtuse?

## Continuous Beam With a Gap and a Zero Moment in Interior Support

**Situation**

A beam of uniform cross section whose flexural rigidity *EI* = 2.8 × 10^{11} N·mm^{2}, is placed on three supports as shown. Support *B* is at small gap Δ so that the moment at *B* is zero.

1. Calculate the reaction at *A*.

A. 4.375 kN | C. 5.437 kN |

B. 8.750 kN | D. 6.626 kN |

2. What is the reaction at *B*?

A. 4.375 kN | C. 5.437 kN |

B. 8.750 kN | D. 6.626 kN |

3. Find the value of Δ.

A. 46 mm | C. 34 mm |

B. 64 mm | D. 56 mm |

## Probability that a Large Shipment is Accepted or Not Accepted due to Defective Items

**Problem**

A stationery store has decided to accept a large shipment of ball-point pens if an inspection of 20 randomly selected pens yields no more than two defective pens. Find the probability that this shipment is...

- accepted if 5% of the total shipment is defective.
- not accepted if 15% of the total shipment is defective.