# If You Can Solve These Ten Difficult Maths Questions, Then You Are Prepared If You Can Solve These Ten Difficult Maths Questions, Then You Are prepared. Mathematics is the next paper candidates will take. It is generally the fear of the majority of the candidates. In reality, Mathematics is not difficult. The secret of all successful Mathematics students is constant practice on difficult questions. Also, WAEC never gives candidates extremely difficult maths questions. Thus, an understanding of difficult questions makes the final examination less difficult.

With respect to that, this article provides candidates with very difficult Mathematics questions. Any candidates who can easily solve these questions can be partly assured of a smooth pass in the Maths exams.

## TEN DIFFICULT QUESTIONS

1. The product of three numbers is 1197. Two of the numbers are 3 and 21. Find the third number
2. A ladder 30 m long rests against a vertical wall. The distance between the foot of the ladder and the wall is 8 m. How far up the wall is the ladder?
3. A regular polygon has five sides. Find the exterior angle, the interior angle, and the sum of the interior angles.
4. A model village is made to the scale 1:12. If the model building in the village is 30 000 cubic centimeters, what is the volume of the full-size building
5. The average age of 9 boys in a class is 15 years. If another boy of age 13 years joins the class, what is the average age of the 1o boys?
6. On a market day, Auntie Mensah bought 100 oranges at 4 for 20 Gp. On reaching home, she gave x oranges to her husband and then sold the remaining at 5 for 40 Gp. If she made a profit of GHc 2.6, find the value of x
7. The insured value of the car is GHc 10,500. Mr. Cudjoe paid 8% of the insured value as a premium in the first year. For the subsequent years, he is given the following discount on the initial premium; 20% for the 2nd year, 25 % for the 3rd, 30% for the fourth year and 35% for the last year
8. At a football match, there were 250 more men than women. The number of children was twice the number of women, and the number of men was twice the number of women and children combined. How many people were at the match?
9. A number is added to 12, and the result is divided by two. The answer is the same as you get by subtracting the number from 4. What is the number?
10. Solve for x when 6x:64=18:32

## One thought on “If You Can Solve These Ten Difficult Maths Questions, Then You Are Prepared”

1. Rubby says:

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