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11th April 2013, 10:03 AM
 
 
Japan high school entrance exams
Will you tell me the procedure of japan high school entrance exams ?

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11th April 2013, 02:04 PM
 
 
Re: Japan high school entrance exams
As you are looking for Japan high school entrance exams . Here I am providing you the details of Japan High School . In Japan the National Center Test for University Admissions is a nationally standardized entrance exam for higher education . Often students attend a cram school which is also known as juku in Japan in order to prepare as much as they can for the exam. Here I am providing you some questions of Mathematics : 1. Suppose the polynomial P(x) with integer coefficients satisfies the following conditions: (A) If P(x) is divided by x2 − 4x + 3, the remainder is 65x − 68. (B) If P(x) is divided by x2 + 6x − 7, the remainder is −5x + a. Then we know that a = {1}. Let us find the remainder bx + c when P(x) is divided by x2 + 4x − 21. Condition (A) implies that {2} b+c = {3}{4}{5} and a = {1}. Condition (B) implies that {6}{7} b + c = {8}{9}. It follows that b = {10} and c = {11}{12}{13}. 2. Fill in the blanks in statements (A) through (D) with the appropriate phrase [1], [2], [3] or [4] listed below: (A) Given sets A, B, A ∪ B = A is {14} for A ∩ B = B. (B) For some integer n, n2 being some multiple of 12 is {15} for n being a multiple of 12. (C) The center of the circle inscribed in triangle T coinciding with the center of the circle which circumscribes triangle T is {16} for triangle T to be an equilateral triangle. (D) Given real numbers a, b, and c, a + b + c = a + b + c is {17} for ab + bc + ca ≥ 0. [1] a necessary and sufficient condition [2] a necessary but not sufficient condition [3] a sufficient but not necessary condition [4] neither a sufficient nor a necessary condition For your reference here I am providing you an attachment pdf : 