NCEA L1 Quick Assessment By AndrewG on April 12, 2019 in Thank you for taking this short assessment. It will provide a snapshot of the students' achievement capabilities. On any given day the result could be different. Child not here right now? No problem! A link has already been emailed to you. We suggest you set aside some dedicated time as soon as practical for your child to complete the quick assessment. Ready to go? Click the Next Button below to begin. Solve for \(x\)\(\frac{x}{a}-3 =9\) Which is the x intercept of the line x + y = 4? (4, 0) (0, 0) (0, 4) (2, 4) Solve the following pair of simultaneous equations x + y = 9 and x – y = -1 (4, 5) (5, 4) (2, 5) (0, 2) Solve x^{2} + x _{ }– 12 = 0. List the smaller value first The guy wire supporting a vertical mast is anchored at its bottom end 4.8 m from the foot of the mast and makes an angle of 48° with the horizontal ground. If the wire is attached to the mid-point of the mast, how high is the mast? _____ m (1 DP) Katelynn changes her mind on a basic harness-racing sulky that she can make at school. She wants an angle of 142^{o} as shown. What should the angle shown as x be if OA is the same length as OB? The drawing shown here illustrates a simple garden shed. What is the volume of the air inside the shed? Round your answer to the nearest 0.1 m^{ 3}. From the diagram here, what is the gradient of line PQ. At which of the labelled points A, B, C, or D in the graph here is the rate of change of ‘W’ the greatest? A B C D Calculate, ^{– }(5 – 12) x (6 – 7) = Evaluate ^{- }2 x^{ 3} when x = 4 A board 2.4 m long is held by four screws along its length. The screws are all the same space apart and the screws at each end are each 9 cm from each end of the board. Calculate the length of the space between adjacent screws in cm. Find w, the probability that Wal’s second sock is white when his first sock is grey 3/8 3/4 1/2 2/3 Janet lives on a remote farm where the family’s water supply is rainwater from the roof, collected in tanks. Over the last 2 months of 2017 and the first 4 months of 2018, she noted the daily rainfall using a rain gauge. Her results are presented in the table on the right here. What is the probability that rain fell on any randomly chosen day through those 6 months? Give your answer as a percentage correct to the nearest 1%. Name Time's up

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