23
Dec
2019

### UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018: QUESTION 19 – QUESTION 24

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UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018 PAST QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS: QUESTION 19 - 24.
These solutions are aimed at aiding UTME candidates to have a thorough revision for their mathematics examination. I am convinced beyond every reasonable doubt that these solutions will be of immeasurable help to candidates in their final preparation for their mathematics examinations. Serious efforts has been made in finding solutions to these past questions.
Follow each step meticulously and don't forget to ask questions when not clarified.

22
Dec
2019

### UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018: QUESTION 13 – QUESTION 18

UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018 PAST QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS: QUESTION 13 - 18.
These solutions are aimed at aiding UTME candidates to have a thorough revision for their mathematics examination. I am convinced beyond every reasonable doubt that these solutions will be of immeasurable help to candidates in their final preparation for their mathematics examinations. Serious efforts has been made in finding solutions to these past questions.
Follow each step meticulously and don't forget to ask questions when not clarified.

22
Dec
2019

### UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018: QUESTION 7 – QUESTION 12

UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018 PAST QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS: QUESTION 7 - 12.
These solutions are aimed at aiding UTME candidates to have a thorough revision for their mathematics examination. I am convinced beyond every reasonable doubt that these solutions will be of immeasurable help to candidates in their final preparation for their mathematics examinations. Serious efforts has been made in finding solutions to these past questions.
Follow each step meticulously and don't forget to ask questions when not clarified.

19
Dec
2019

### UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018: QUESTION 1 – QUESTION 6

UTME (JAMB) MATHEMATICS 2018 PAST QUESTIONS AND SOLUTIONS: QUESTION 1 - 6.
These solutions are aimed at aiding UTME candidates to have a thorough revision for their mathematics examination. I am convinced beyond every reasonable doubt that these solutions will be of immeasurable help to candidates in their final preparation for their mathematics examinations. Serious efforts has been made in finding solutions to these past questions.
Follow each step meticulously and don't forget to ask questions when not clarified.

26
Nov
2019

### QUADRATIC EQUATIONS TUTORIAL 1

In this tutorial, we shall be covering the following concepts:
-> Introduction to quadratic expressions and quadratic equations
-> Factorization of quadratic expressions
-> Solved problems on quadratic expressions

21
Nov
2019

### DIRECTED NUMBERS

In mathematics, positive and negative numbers are called directed numbers. Positive numbers are numbers greater than zero (0). E.g. +1 or 1; +2 or 2, +3 or 3, +4 or 4 etc. N/B: +10 means 10, 2 means +2, etc. Negative numbers are numbers less than zero (0). E.g. -1, -2, -3, -4, etc. The... Read More

20
Nov
2019

### FRACTIONS

We use fractions to describe parts of quantities. A fraction is an expression of the form: $\frac{a}{b}$ where $a$ is the numerator and $b$ is the denominator. It is simply defined as the part of a whole. E.g. $\frac{1}{3}$ means one-third $\frac{3}{5}$ means three-fifth $\frac{4}{9}$ means four-ninth. N/B: in pronouncing a fraction, we pronounce the... Read More

19
Nov
2019

### COMMON FACTORS AND H.C.F, COMMON MULTIPLES AND L.C.M

A factor common to two or more numbers is known as a Common Factor. The largest of these factors is called the Highest Common Factor (H.C.F). For Example: the factors of 24 and 32 are: Factors of 24 = 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, and 24 Factors of 32 = 1, 2, 4, 8,... Read More

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Nov
2019

### FACTORS, MULTIPLES AND PRIME

The Factors of a number are the whole numbers that divide the number exactly without a remainder. For example, the factors of 12 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12 itself. Note: 1 is a factor of any number and a number is a factor of itself. Multiples: A multiple of a whole number... Read More

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Nov
2019

### TYPES OF NUMBERS

Natural Numbers: These are set of counting numbers e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4,… etc. They are used to denote positions such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. The Natural Number system is denoted by the letter, $\mathbb{N}$ . Integers: These are sets of negative and positive whole numbers including zero (0). e.g. … -3, -2, -1,... Read More