## KCSE Past Papers 2017 Mathematics Alt A Paper 1 (122/1)

2017 Mathematics Alt B Paper 1 Section I (50 marks) 1. (a) Express 4732 in terms of its prime factors. (1 mark) (b) Find the smallest positive nmnber that must be multiplied by 4732 to make it a perfect square. Read More …

## KCSE Past Papers 2018 Mathematics Alt A Paper 2 (122/2)

2018 Mathematics Paper 2 Section I (50 marks) 1. Given that 2 log x2+log = k log x, find the value of k. (2 marks) 2. A variable P varies directly as t3 and inversely as the square root of s. Read More …

## KCSE Past Papers 2018 Mathematics Alt A Paper 1 (122/1)

Kenya Certiﬁcate of Secondary Education 2018 Mathematics Paper 1 Section I (50 marks) Answer all the questions in this section. 1. Without using a calculator, evaluate:(3 marks) 2. Given that 6 2n-3= 7776, find the value of n. (3 marks) 3. Read More …

## KCSE Past Papers 2019 Mathematics Alt A Paper 2 (122/2)

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education 2019 Mathematics Paper 2 Section I (50 marks) Answer all the questions in this section. 1. Simplify √5+3∕ √5-2 . Give the answer in the form a + b∕c where a, b and c are Read More …

## KCSE Past Papers 2019 Mathematics Alt A Paper 1 (122/1)

Kenya Certiﬁcate of Secondary Education 2019 Mathematics Paper 1 Section I (50 marks) Answer all the questions in this section. 1. Without using mathematical tables or a calculator, evaluate: 5.4∕ 0.025 x 3.6 (3 marks) 2. Express 1728 and 2025 Read More …

## KCSE Past Papers 2020 Mathematics Alt A Paper 2 (122/2)

Kenya Certiﬁcate of Secondary Education 2020 Mathematics Paper 2 Section I (50 marks) Answer all the questions in this section.

## KCSE Past Papers 2020 Mathematics Alt A Paper 1 (122/1)

2020 Mathematics Paper 1 Section I (50 marks) Answer all the questions in this section. 1. Without using mathematical tables or a calculator, evaluate –3(6 + –2) – –12 ÷ 4 + 5 –4 x –6 + –3 x 5(3 Read More …

## KCSE Past Papers 2021 Mathematics Alt A Paper 2 (122/2)

2022 Mathematics Paper 2 Section I (50 marks) Answer all the questions in this section. 1. An empty tank of capacity 18480 litres is to be filled with water using a cylindrical pipe of diameter 0.028 m. The rate of Read More …