# 2023 WASSCE Elective Maths Questions and Answers (Likely Questions)

## 2023 WASSCE Elective Maths Questions and Answers (Likely Questions) for candidates preparing for the school WASSCE to be administered by WAEC from July 31st, 2023.

I Find the identity element of the binary operation *, defined on the set of real numbers R by g*h=2g+3h

A. 2/3 g B. 2/5 h C. 1/3 g D. 0

4sinθ=3,0°≤θ≤180°, find θ.

A. 48.6°,131.4° B. 41.4°,138.6° C. 16.2°,163.8° D. 13.8°,166.2°

Two vectors, p and q are defined as (2i-j) and (-8i+6j) respectively. Use this information to answer questions 3-5

Find p.q

A-3 B. -10 C.-22 D. 22

Find the acute angle between p and q.

A. 71° B. 79.3° C. 88.7° D. 169.7°

Find the cosine of the angle between p and q.

A. -0.985 B. -0.984 C. 0.985 D. 0.984

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## 2023 WSSCE Elective Maths Questions and Answers

**SECTION B**

**[48 MARKS]**

## Answer all the questions in this section. All questions carry equal marks

A binary operation ∇ is defined on the set of real numbers, R, by

x∇y=〖1/2 x〗^2+3xy.

Determine whether or not Δ is commutative

Find the truth set of 1∇y=3 1/2

If g(x) =〖6x〗^3+qx^2+2x-5 and g(-1)=0, where p is a constant, find;

The value of q

The zeros of g(X)

Solve 2√8x-√((x+7))=5

Find from first principle, the derivative of f(x)=(1/2 x+3x^2)

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