USED AT THE Craminations for Admission to the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. LONDON: Bookseller to the Queen. (26324.d ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE, SANDHURST. June 1859. MATHEMATICS. Morning Paper. DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS. Max. Marks. Obligatory Portion (in both papers) .... 1,200 Voluntary Portion (in both papers) .... 2,400 Total ..... 3,600 Part of the Obligatory Portion, and part of the Voluntary, are given in each of the papers (morning and afternoon). Of the 1,200 marks allotted to the Obligatory Questions, 400 will be required for qualification, of which, at least 200 must be obtained in Arithmetic. OBLIGATORY PORTION. Arithmetic. 1. Subtract two-thirds of 2521. 16s. 6d. from the half of 368l. 78. 4d., and multiply the remainder by 29. 2. Find, by the rule of practice, the cost of 5 cwt. 2 qrs. 15 lbs. of goods at 271. for 1 cwt. 3. If in a camp 12 men occupy one tent, and each tent costs 31. 178. 6d., what will be the cost of providing tents for 9,600 men at the same rate. |