# Core Mathematics WASSCE Questions (Part 2) – Solve Now

The 2023 WASSCE Core Mathematics paper will be written on Thursday, 14th September, 2023. All 2023 WASSCE candidates must solve the following likely core mathematics questions. These questions were set based on some analysis and patterns of how WAEC set their questions.

The questions were also set based on some confirmed topics from WAEC. Solve these questions as soon as possible. These questions will guide you and make you abreast of what you are to expect in the main exams

**Answer all the questions in this article**

**QUESTION ONE**

A point H is 20m away from the foot of a tower on the same horizontal ground. From point H, the angle of elevation of point (P) on the tower and the top (T) of the tower are 30° and 50° respectively. Calculate, and correct 3 significant figures:

(a) /PT/;

(b) The distance between H and the top of the tower;

(c) The position of H if the angle of depression of H from the top of the tower is to be 40°.

**QUESTION TWO**

In the diagram, /AB/ = 8 km, /BC/ = 13 km, the bearing of A from B is 310° and the bearing of B from C is 230°. Calculate, correct to 3 significant figures,

(a) the distance AC;

(b) the bearing of C from A;

(c) how far east of B, C is

**QUESTION THREE**

(a) In a class of 40 students, 18 passed Mathematics, 19 passed Accounts, 16 passed Economics, 5 Mathematics and Accounts only, 6 Mathematics only, 9 Accounts only, 2 Accounts and Economics only. If each student offered at least one of the subjects.

i. How many students failed in all the subjects?

ii. Find the percentage number who failed in at least one of Economics and Mathematics;

(b) Calculate the probability that a student selected at random failed in Accounts.

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