Notice of School Assignment – October 23, 2016 Civil Service Exam

Attached is the Notice of School Assignment for the October 2016 Civil Service Exam for the Professional level.  Included in the data are your names, the school you are assigned, and your room number. I strongly suggest that you visit your assigned school before the exam. Download NOTA:  Professional Level (NCR) Subprofessional Level (NCR) Civil Service… Read More »

Week 11 Review: Practice Exercises and Problems

After learning about work problems, let’s solve the following exercises. Solutions and answers will be posted soon. Week 11 Review: Practice Exercises and Problems 1.) Aria can do a job in 7 days. What part of the job is finished after she worked for 3 days? 2.) Katya can do a job in 5 days.… Read More »

Week 10 Review: Answers and Solutions

After learning how to solve motion problems, let’s answer some exercises and problems. In the solutions, we let d = distance, r = rate, and t = time. Exercises 1.)   A car travels and average speed of 75 kph. If it traveled for 3.5 hours, what is the total distance traveled? d = rt d =… Read More »

Week 10 Review: Practice Exercises and Problems

After learning how to solve motion problems, let’s answer some exercises and problems. Exercises 1.)   A car travels and average speed of 75 kph. If it traveled for 3.5 hours, what is the total distance traveled? 2.) A bus traveled 4 hours from City A to City B which is 450 kilometers apart. What is its… Read More »

PCSR REVIEW SERIES WEEK 10: Motion Problems

We have learned number problems and age problems. Now, we learn how to solve motion problems or problems involving distance, rate, and time. Below are the articles and videos that you can watch to learn about motion problems. ARTICLES Introduction to Motion Problems How to Solve Motion Problems Part 1 How to Solve Motion Problems Part… Read More »

Week 9 Review: Answers and Solutions

Below are the solutions to the exercises and problems about age problems. Exercises 1.) Leah is 3 years older than Lanie. The sum of their ages is 29. What are their ages? Let x = Lanie’s age x + 3 = Leah’s age The sum of their ages is 29. x + (x + 3)… Read More »

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