# November 2016

## Garibay, Sirven C.

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**Problem**

A box contains 5 defective and 195 non-defective cell phones. A quality control engineer selects 2 cell phones at random without replacement. What is the probability that exactly 1 is defective?

A. 0.0190 | C. 0.0390 |

B. 0.0490 | D. 0.0290 |

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**Problem**

The following interior angles (in degree) of a triangular traverse were measured with the same precision.

Angle | Value | No. of Measurement |
---|---|---|

A |
41 | 2 |

B |
77 | 6 |

C |
63 | 2 |

What is the most probable value of angle *C*, in degrees?

A. 62.423° | C. 62.571° |

B. 62.874° | D. 62.745° |

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**Problem**

An engineering company prepares an estimate for a job. The cost of preparing the estimate is Php10,000. The amount of profit over and above the Php10,000 is Php25,000 if their estimate is accepted. The probability that their estimate will be accepted 0.7 and the probability that their estimate will not be accepted is 0.3. What is the expected profit?

A. Php12,500 | C. Php14,500 |

B. Php13,500 | D. Php10,500 |

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**Problem**

Smith and Jones, both 50% marksmen, decide to fight a duel in which they exchange alternate shots until one is hit. What are the odds in favor of the man who shoots first?

A. 1/3 | C. 2/3 |

B. 1/2 | D. 1/4 |

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**Problem**

Player *M* has Php1, and Player *N* has Php2. Each play gives one the players Php1 from the other. Player *M* is enough better than player *N* that he wins 2/3 of the plays. They play until one is bankrupt. What is the chance that Player *M* wins?

A. 3/4 | C. 4/7 |

B. 5/7 | D. 2/3 |

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**Problem**

From where he stands, one step toward the cliff would send the drunken man over the edge. He takes random steps, either toward or away from the cliff. At any step his probability of taking a step away is 2/3, of a step toward the cliff 1/3. What is his chance of escaping the cliff?

A. 2/27 | C. 4/27 |

B. 107/243 | D. 1/2 |

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**Problem**

A grade of -5% is followed by a grade of 1%, the grades intersecting at the vertex (Sta. 10 + 060). The change of grade is restricted to 0.4% in 20 m. Compute the length of the vertical parabolic sag curve in meters.

A. 360 m | C. 300 m |

B. 320 m | D. 340 m |

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**Problem**

A tensile load of 8000 kg elongates a 1-m long square rod by 1 mm. Steel modulus of elasticity is 2 × 10^{6} kg/cm^{2}. What is the dimension of a side of the rod?

A. 5 cm | C. 2 cm |

B. 1 cm | D. 4 cm |