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Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 9:03am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


Pls help with this.......


I need the workings
x + y/2 = 3.2
x + y/4 = 2.3

Solve simultaneously y/4 = 0.9
y = 3.6kg

Mass of empty bottle x = 3.2 -1.8 = 1.4 kg

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by Xandre: 9:09am On Oct 14
ThankGod001:
Yes, its online so u can have ur cal beside you
I doubt o

A call was made to dragnet and it was stated that if Calcs were needed,it would be made available in the system.
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 9:13am On Oct 14
femi4:
x + y/2 = 3.2 x + y/4 = 2.3
Solve simultaneously y/4 = 0.9 y = 3.6kg
Mass of empty bottle x = 3.2 -1.8 = 1.4 kg
wow dat was fast thanks bro
pls don't forget the rest
Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 9:37am On Oct 14
Second moving average of order 3

(50+10+70)/3 = 130/3 = 43.3
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 9:37am On Oct 14
cc femi4

now, this one below is from the recently concluded SPDC

mete3

Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 9:48am On Oct 14
femi4:
Second moving average of order 3

(50+10+70)/3 = 130/3 = 43.3

does this mean that we go to the second value on the data log, and take three values and then find their average


dats the only thing I understand about dis
Re: Snepco Past Questions by mete3: 9:52am On Oct 14
Are this question also for Snepco
NisforNicky:
cc femi4
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 9:53am On Oct 14
mete3:
Are this question also for Snepco



spdc but they ask similar questions

all the ones above are SNEPCo tho
Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 10:05am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:
cc femi4
1/x + 1/y = 1/4

1/x + 1/6 = 1/4

X = 12days
Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 10:06am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


does this mean that we go to the second value on the data log, and take three values and then find their average


dats the only thing I understand about dis
Exactly

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 10:06am On Oct 14
femi4:
1/x + 1/y = 1/4
1/x + 1/6 = 1/4
X = 12days
no 12 in options
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 10:07am On Oct 14
femi4:
Exactly
thanks a lot
this helped too https://www.statisticshowto.com/moving-average/
Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 10:08am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


no 12 in options
Well , I was surprised too
Re: Snepco Past Questions by mete3: 10:08am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:

spdc but they ask similar questions
all the ones above are SNEPCo tho
Okay.. Thanks
Buh pls, Did u hav them in pdf or what.
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 10:10am On Oct 14
mete3:


Okay.. Thanks

Buh pls,
Did u hav them in pdf or what.

yh
but too big to upload on Nairaland

ill try posting them as screenshots later when i buy data

using free mb now

I hv posted virtually all the math sef

jxt varbal left
Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 10:13am On Oct 14
The set doesn't have a mode ( no repetition of numbers)

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by mete3: 10:13am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:

yh but too big to upload on Nairaland
ill try posting them as screenshots later when i buy data
using free mb now
I hv posted virtually all the math sef
jxt varbal left
Can i pm u Boss, I need it pls.
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 10:16am On Oct 14
femi4:
The set doesn't have a mode ( no repetition of numbers)

exactly

u think these are negative questions?
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 10:18am On Oct 14
mete3:

Can i pm u Boss, I need it pls.
no need pls
il post it here later for everyone
Re: Snepco Past Questions by mete3: 10:25am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


no need pls

il post it here later for everyone

I already did but no p.
the thing is, am nt using android for nw nd was unable to expand the size of qtns been posted.

reason why i ask u to help me snd them in pd format.
Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 10:25am On Oct 14
femi4:
Well , I was surprised too
I don't think they re working at d sam rate
Re: Snepco Past Questions by femi4: 10:25am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


exactly

u think these are negative questions?
May be
Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 10:57am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


Even more

In a game of cards, there are 4 kings.
Therefore, prob that the cards are kings will be

4/52 x 3/51 = 1/221

As long as it is not stated otherwise in the question, drawing should always be without replacement.

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 10:59am On Oct 14
femi4:
1/x + 1/y = 1/4

1/x + 1/6 = 1/4

X = 12days

Lol...Thank God I'm not the only one..
I started doubting the little knowledge I have when I could not find 12 in the options.

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 11:08am On Oct 14
ivumar:


In a game of cards, there are 4 kings.
Therefore, prob that the cards are kings will be

4/52 x 3/51 = 1/221

As long as it is not stated otherwise in the question, drawing should always be without replacement.


where did you get 3/51 pls
Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 11:16am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:



where did you get 3/51 pls

Based on the without replacement I emphasized on.

If initially, there were 4 kings. How many kings will remain after you have drawn one out?
Also the initial number of cards was 52. How many will remain after one card is drawn out?

You get right?

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 11:30am On Oct 14
ivumar:


Based on the without replacement I emphasized on.

If initially, there were 4 kings. How many kings will remain after you have drawn one out?
Also the initial number of cards was 52. How many will remain after one card is drawn out?

You get right?

no.

weren't the cards drawn simultaneously?

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 11:57am On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


no.

weren't the cards drawn simultaneously?

simultaneously was not specified.. smiley
Even if it was, it does not matter. You still have to treat the cards individually.

Reason being that, if you are to dig through layers of abstraction, then two objects picked 'simultaneously' will still differ in the time picked even if the difference in time is usually so small(in the order of micro seconds). Therefore, there will always be a first card picked and a second(although they were picked simultaneously). That's why we account for the first card picked, after which we account for the second, bearing in mind, that a card has been picked already.

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by NisforNicky: 12:07pm On Oct 14
ivumar:


simultaneously was not specified.. smiley
Even if it was, it does not matter. You still have to treat the cards individually.

Reason being that, if you are to dig through layers of abstraction, then two objects picked 'simultaneously' will still differ in the time picked even if the difference in time is usually so small(in the order of micro seconds). Therefore, there will always be a first card picked and a second(although they were picked simultaneously). That's why we account for the first card picked, after which we account for the second, bearing in mind, that a card has been picked already.

oh thanks

I finally get it

you are a good tutor bro



pls help attempt the rest

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 12:41pm On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


More
From the sequence 3, 4, 1, -3, -4, -1....., it can be observed that the nth term is gotten from subtracting the (n-2)th term from the (n-1)th term.
In other words,
nth term = (n-1)th term - (n-2)th term. Okay lets validate..
According to the sequence, the 3rd term is 1. Lets check if it tallies with the emboldened.
3rd term = 2nd term - 1st term.
i.e, 3rd term = 4 - 3 = 1.
This shows correspondence. Now you can check for 4th, 5th and 6th term for yourself and see that they agree with the emboldened.

Solving for the 7th term, we have
7th = -1 - (-4) = -1 + 4 = 3
Therefore, the 7th term is 3.

Now we solve for the difference between btw the 7th and 6th term, which is
3 - (-1) = 3 + 1 = 4.
Answer not in the options sad sad
I guess they mistakenly did '3 - 1' instead

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 12:55pm On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


More

The question on angle of elevation is, I think incorrect. Or what do you guys think... because I don't get how angle of elevation can be greater than 90 degrees.

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Re: Snepco Past Questions by ivumar: 1:27pm On Oct 14
NisforNicky:


More

The graph of y=x and y=x² intersects when, at the same value of x, both graphs have the same value of y.
Observing the options, there are only two possible values... 0 and 1. So lets use them to test.
for the graph, y = x, when x = 0, y = 0.
Will it be same for graph of y = x²? lets check.
when x = 0, y = 0², therefore, y = 0.
Therefore, for both graphs, when x=0, y will also = 0. Therefore, they intersect at (0,0)

Next, test for when x = 1, you will also discover that for both graphs, when x = 1, y will also = 1. Therefore, they also intersect at (1,1).




Alternatively, you can solve using the equation of both graphs.
y1 = x
y2 = x².
Recall that at the point of intersection, y1 must = y2
So at what value of x can y1 = y2
We solve this by equating y1 to y2, i.e, y1 = y2, i.e x = x². Lets solve
x = x²
x² - x = 0
Factorize
x(x - 1) = 0
Therefore, x = 0 or x = 1
Input this values of x in each of the equations to get y.
When x is 0, you will get 0 as y for both graphs
And when x is 1, you will get 1 for both graphs.
Therefore point of intersection is (0,0) and (1,1)

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