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43. Isosceles triangle
180 degrees = 54 degrees + angle A
+ angle C
180 degrees = 54 degrees + angle A
+ angle A
180 degrees = 54 degrees + 2 angle
180 degrees - 54 degrees = 54 de-
grees - 54 degrees + 2 angle A
126 degrees = 2 angle A
126 divided by 2 = 2 angle A divided
63 degrees = angle A
Answer: 63 degrees
circumference of semi-circle =
Perimeter with 4 semi-circles =
Answer: 176 cm
length of rectangle BCEF =
width of rectangle BCEF = 13 cm
Area of rectangle BCEF =
Base of 2 triangles ABF and CDE =
height of 2 triangles ABF and CDE
Area of triangles ABF and CDE =
1/2 Base x height x 2
Area of hexagon ABCDEF = Area of
rectangle BCEF + Area of Triangles
ABF and CDE
Area of ABCDEF = 429 cm square.
1. The bottle was filled (of; with) a
delicious sorrel drink.
2. The coach told the players that
he was a bit disappointed (in;
with) their recent performance.
3. It was realized, only later, that Ms
Jackson was quite lenient (with;
towards) the boy.
4. There was a need (of; for) many
more chairs because of the huge
5. WEAR After walking in the
blazing sun for three
hours it was no
surprise that the
6. HUMAN Most pet lovers are
7. REGULAR Justin, sadly, is an
irregular member of
the Splendid Boys'
8. FAULT The violinist's
faultless to the end.
9. After dinner, some beautiful mu-
sic was played by the artiste, on
his piano, for the guests.
10. Every day, the floor was swept by
the children to assist their moth-
11. The building had been very suc-
cessfully completed by the work-
men and in record time.
12. Among all our neighbours, Mrs.
Davidson usually treats us the
13. As a swimmer, George Bovell per-
forms (more skillfully) than
many of his competitors.
14. That opera singer sings (best)
when she is seriously challenged.
15. Last week, Sarita was suffering
Squirrels can move (quieter) than
moneys when among the trees.
16. Billy decided to shoot at the goal
as the defender approached him.
18. That is the girl whose speech
won her the first prize in the an-
nual debating contest. (Adjective
19. When Denise returns from the
camp , she will tell us about how
it was for those two weeks. (Ad-
20. They drove so far as Mathura but
they still did not see many turtles.
(as) - Incorrect expression.
21. The vicious dog kept advancing
forward even though the owner
was nearby. (advancing) - this
word already implies "moving
22. One of the children who was
playing in the park unfortunately
fell and sprained his ankle. (were)
-- to agree with "children"
23. disclose - reveal; expose; divulge;
24. venomous - poisonous; lethal;
25. ADMIRE - admiration
26. ASSIGN - assignment
27. GENEROUS - generosity
28. HAPPY - happiness
31. "Savi and Lee have been
selected to represent
our school in this year's
debating competition, "
said our principal.
32. "We have not lost a
debate yet!" Chris
33. "Our school will win
again this year, " our
teacher said, Savi and
Lee are very good
33. "Will we be there to
cheer for them?"
35. "Oh yes!" our teacher
exclaimed, "it will be
held at our school
this year "
36. The boy compares the smell of
roses to the colour pink.
37. The phrase "cannot see" suggests
the boy is visually impaired.
38. The boy uses the colour red to
describe the sound of a musical
39. The boy most likely uses the
colour white to describe "peace
40. The poem reflects a pleasant
• A common use of wind energy
before electricity was invented
was in the shipping industry
(that is to move boats and ships
over the waters).
• The most common source of
energy today is petroleum.
• The term "environmentally
friendly" most likely means
producing things that do not
harm the environment.
• The wind is referred to as "air
in motion" because wind is air
that is moving about.
• "The Wind" is a suitable title for
46. Chapter 1 should be consulted to
find information about the discov-
ery of Trinidad.
47. Information about the slave trade
may be found on five pages (21-
48. The two countries that most like-
ly owned Trinidad are Spain and
49. You would most likely find infor-
mation about the first ship that
brought East Indians to Trinidad
in Chapter 6.
50. The title of the Head of State im-
mediately before Trinidad & Toba-
go became a Republic was most
likely 'Governor General'.
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