UNIBEN Post UTME Mathematics Past Questions for Engineering, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Management Sciences and other UNIBEN Courses that require Mathematics. Learn and Pass UNIBEN Post UTME.
Topics set in UNIBEN Post UTME Mathematics includes variation, simplification using BODMAS, percentage, ratio and rates, simple and compound interest, sets, number bases, Quadratic equations, Simultaneous equations, Polynomials, Differentiation and Integration, Matrices and Determinants, Geometry, Trigonometry, etc.
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The following areas UNIBEN Sets Questions in Mathematics for Post UTME Candidates have been completed treated in the videos above…
- Simplification of logarithm
- Indices questions to simplify
- Expressing values in standard form
- Finding rate, principal or Time in simple interest
- Number bases and logarithm equations
- Finding quadratic equations from a given roots
- The factorisation of polynomials of degree three (substitution and long division)
- The probability that in match the school or team will score
- Find the area of the curved surface of a cone given base radius and height (CSA = πrl)
- The radius of a circle inscribed in an isosceles triangle
- If a certain number of labourers dig a ditch in so so so days, how long will it take a certain number of labourers in so so so days?
- Calculating amount in compound interest.
- Ratio, percentage and approximation
- Percentage profit and loss, cost and selling price calculations
- Sets, Venn diagram involving two sets, permutation and combination
- The gradient of a curve, midpoint and distance between two points
- direct, invert and joint variation, variation leading to simultaneous equations
- Change of subject formula leading to simultaneous equations
- Quadratic and simultaneous equations, polygons and matrices.
- Calculating mean, range, mean deviation, standard deviation, median and mode in statistics.
- Geometry, Trigonometry and calculus.
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