2 Solutions to 2019 Regular BECE Maths Paper 1

1. D
The union of two sets is the set that contains all the elements in either of the two sets. Listing all the elements of A and B in one set gives {2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12}.

2. C
To express 0.000344 in standard form, we need to move the decimal point to come after the first non-zero digit, 3. To do this we need to move the decimal point four places to the right. Hence, the answer is C.

3. D
The largest number in the list is -2. Maybe what makes this question tricky is the fact that the numbers are negative so the larger it is in abosolute value, the smaller it is.