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Download Free JAMB Past Questions and Answers on Mathematics PDF 2021/2022 [Up-to-Date] UTME. Below is how to get jamb past questions and answers for maths and How to pass JAMB successfully in 2021 UTME. JAMB CBT is the newest way Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) adopted to test her candidates. And one of the successes JAMB has made in the past few years is moving from paper based test to computer based test (CBT).

This new process has helped in reducing malpractice, saving time and cost-effective means of making UTME a fair playing ground for all candidates. In the time past, the rate of malpractice was high but this has reduced via the introduction of CBT.

However, many students haven’t been able to integrate well with JAMB CBT and this has led to failure or underperformance of many students. For any student to pass JAMB successfully, he/she must master the act of taking CBT which is quite different from paper based test. Mastering this act will enable you to pass JAMB successfully.

## Will JAMB Repeat Mathematics Questions in 2021 UTME

One of the frequent questions I do get from students on UTME is – Do JAMB repeat Mathematics questions? My response has always been – yes they do.

However, the way JAMB repeat questions in Maths is a little bit tricky, and sometimes they do it directly. All candidates who are writing UTME must know that JAMB secret lie in mastering past questions.

I do tell my students that one of the ways to unfold JAMB secret is to get like 7-12 years past questions in on Mathematics. You have to study the trend and pattern of the questions, its occurrences, and then extract areas/topics JAMB likes bringing out in each subject you are writing.

The above approach is what I referred to as a strategic reading pattern. I will give some examples of how JAMB repeats questions in the case below.

## Sample JAMB Past Questions and Answers on Mathematics

1. If M represents the median and D the mode of the
measurements 5, 9, 3, 5, 8 then (M,D) is

A. (6,5) B. (5,8) C. (5,7)
D. (5,5) E. (7,5)
2. A construction company is owned by two partners X
and Yand it is agreed that their profit will be divided in
the ratio 4:5. at the end of the year. Y received #5,000
more than x. what is the total profit of the company for
the year?

A. #20,000.00 B. P’0#25,000.00 C. #30,000.00
D. #15,000.003 E.#45,000.00
3. Given a regular hexagon, calculate each interior angle
of the hexagon.

A. 600 B. 300 C. 1200
D. 450 E. 1350
4. Solve the following equations
4x – 3 = 3x + y = 2y + 5x – 12
A. 4x=5, y= 2 B. x=2, y=5 C. x=-2, y=-5
D. x=5,y=-2 E. x=-5,y=-2
5. If x = 1 is root of the equation
x3 – 2×2 – 5x + 6, find the other roots

A. -3and2 B. –2 and2 C. 3and –2
D. 1and 3 E. –3and 1
6. If x is jointly proportional to the cube of y and the
fourth power of z. In what ratio is x increased or
decreased when y is halved and z is doubled?

A. 4:1 increase B. 2:1increase C. 1:4 decrease
D. 1: 1 nochange E. 3: 4 decrease
7. In the above figure PQR = 600, QPR= 900, PRS = 900,
RPS = 450,QR= 8cm.DeterminePS

A. 2Ö3cm B. 4Ö6cm C. 2Ö6cm
D. 8Ö6cm E. 8cm
8. Given that cos z = L, where z is an acute angle find an
expression for Co +Z – cosecz
sec Z + tan z

A. l – L B. L2-Ö1-L2 C. -L-Ö1-L
1+L L2+L-1 (C1+L) +Ö1-L2
D. ÖL-1. E. L-(L2-1)
(L1+L2) +Ö1-L2 1+ Ö1 – L2+ Ö1 – L2
9. If 0.0000152 x 0.00042 =Ax108,where
1 £A< 10, findAand B.

A. A= 9, B= 6`.38 B. A= 6.38, B = -9 C. A= 6.38, B = 9
D. A= 6.38, B = -1 E. A= 6.38, B= 1
10. If x + 2 and x – 1 are factors of the expressions lx +
2kx2 + 24, find the values of l and k

A. l=-6,k=-9 B. l=-2,k= 1 C. l=-2,k=-1
D. l=0,k= 1 E. l=6,k= 0
11. Make T the subject of the equation
av = 3 2V + T
1- V a 2T

A. 3av/(1-v) B. 2v(1-v)2 – a2v2/2a2v2 – (1-V)2
C. 2v(1 – v)2 + a3v2/ 2a2v2 + (1 – v)2
D. 2v(1 – v)2 – a4v3/2a3v3 – (1 – v)3
E. 2v(1-v)3 – a4v3/2a3v3 + (1-v)3
12. In a class of 60 pupils, the statistical distribution of the
number of pupils offering Biology, History, French,
Geography andAdditionalMathematics is as shown in
the pie chart above. Howmany pupils offerAdditional
Mathematics?

A. 15

B. 10

C. 18
D. 12

E. 28

13 The value of (0.303)3 – (0.02)3 is
A. 0.019 B. 0.0019 C. 0.00019
D. 0.000019 E. 0.000035

1. y varies partly as the square of x and y partly as the
inverse of the square root of x. write down the
expression for y if y= 2 when x = 1 and y= 6 when x =
4

A. y = 10×2 + 52 B. y = x2 + 1
31 31Öx Öx
C. y= x2 + 1 D. y= x2 + 1 E. y = 10 (x2 + 1 )
x 31 31Ö x 31( Öx)
2. Simplify (x – 7) / (x2 – 9) ( x2 – 3x)/( x2 – 49)
A. x/(x-3)(x+7) B. (x+3)(x+7)/x C. x/(x-3)(x –
7)
D. x/(x+3)(x+7) E. x/(x+4)(x+7)
3. The lengths of the sides of a right-angled triangle at (3x
• 1)cm, (3x – 1)cmand x cm.
A. 2 B. 6 C. 18
D. 12 E. 0
1. The scores of a set of a final year students in the first
semester examination in a paper are
41,29,55,21,47,70,70,40,43,56,73,23,50,50. find themedian
of the scores.
A. 47 B. 481/2 C. 50
D. 48 E. 49

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