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## Geometry / Trigonometry Quiz

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i only got 24/30….. not bad….

Yes!

ang score ko ay 14/30 hindi na rin masama.

sana makapasa ako ng UPCAT.

Im taking UPCAT this August 2012,how can i answer those trigonometry section if we still not taught by our teacher

you’ll have to self study im afraid..: (

^ Martin Morelos is correct. The answer is 3, which is not in the options. Good job on the sample quiz, nonetheless.

Your explanation for Question 12 is inaccurate, which is why the real answer is not in the options.

“TP = 2x+1 RP =y+5 SP = 4-3y QP = x-5 TP = RP SP = QP diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other. Substituting and Equating 1. 2x+1 = y+5 2. 4-3y = x-5 using equation 2: x = 9-3y substituting to equation 2: 2(9-3y) = y+5 18-6y = y+5 7y = 11 y = 11/7 x = 9-3 (11 / 7) = (8- 33) / 7 = (56-33) / 7 x = 23/7″

When you substituted to equation 2: 2x+ 1 = y+5; you forgot to add the one.

This was an inaccuracy: 2(9-3y) = y+5.

Furthermore, “18-6y = y+5; 7y = 11″

when you transposed the 5 to the side of 18 and combine, you should get 13, not 11.

My answer for this question is 3.