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Matematik
Kertas 1
Oktober
2006
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SEKTOR SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH


BAHAGIAN SEKOLAH
KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

PEPERIKSAAN AKHIR TAHUN


TINGKATAN 4 2006

MATEMATIK

Kertas 1

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9. Anda dibenarkan menggunakan kalkulator saintifik yang tidak boleh


diprogram.

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MATHEMATICAL FORMULAE

The following formulae may be helpful in answering the questions. The symbols
given are the ones commonly used.

RELATIONS

1. am  an = am + n

2. am  an = am - n

3. (am)n = am n

( x 2  x1 ) 2   y 2  y1 
2
4. Distance =

5. Midpoint
 x  x 2 y1  y 2 
(x, y) =  1 , 
 2 2 
distance traveled
6. Average speed = time taken

sum of data
7. Mean = number of data

8. Pythagoras Theorem
c2 = a2 + b2

y 2  y1
9. m
x 2  x1

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SHAPE AND SPACE

1
1 Area of trapezium =  sum of parallel sides  height
2
2 Circumference of circle = d = 2r

3 Area of circle = r2

4 Curved surface area of cylinder = 2rh

5 Surface area of sphere = 4r2

6 Volume of right prism = cross sectional area  length

7 Volume of cuboid = length  width  length

8 Volume of cylinder = r2h

1 2
9 Volume of cone = r h
3

4 3
10 Volume of sphere = r
3

1
11 Volume of right pyramid =  base  height
3

12 Sum of interior angles of a polygon = (n – 2)  180°

13 arc length angle subtended at centre


=
circumference of circle 360°

area of sector angle subtended at centre


14 =
area of circle 360°

PA'
15 Scale factor, k =
PA

16 Area of image = k2  area of object.

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Answer all questions

1 Round off 0.0608 correct to two significant figures.


A 0.060
B 0.061
C 0.0610
D 0.0600

2 The side of a cube is 4.3 cm. The volume, in cm³, of the cube correct to three
significant figures is
A 80.0
B 79.5
C 79.50
D 79.500

3 Express 0.0007023  108 as a number in standard form.


A 0.7023  1011
B 7.023  1012
C 7.023  104
D 7023  101
605
4 0.0368  
50000
A 4.89  10–2
B 4.89  10–3
C 4.89  10–4
D 4.89  10–5

5 In Diagram 1, AB is a tangent to the circle at point P and ASR is a straight line.


R Q

S B
87° 62°
P

DIAGRAM 1
A
Find the value of y.
A 25
B 31
C 48
D 53

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6 The area of a rectangular nursery plot is 1.08 km². Its width is 1 200 m. The
length of the nursery plot, in m, is
A 9  10–1
B 9  10–2
C 9  102
D 9  104

7 In Diagram 2, O is the centre of the circle. AB and CB are tangents to the circle
at A and C respectively.
A

40° B
E 80°
O

D C

DIAGRAM 2
Find the value of y.

A 110
B 115
C 120
D 125

8 In Diagram 3, PQRST is a pentagon. STU is a straight line.


T
S U
32°

y° P

R Q
DIAGRAM 3
Find the value of x + y.
A 212
B 362
C 384
D 392

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9 In Diagram 4, PQRSTU and PVWXQ are regular hexagon and pentagon


respectively.
R
X
Q
S

T P

V
U
DIAGRAM 4
The value of m is

A 24
B 32
C 48
D 50

10 Diagram 5 shows the graphs of y = sin x and y = cos x.


y
1

O 360°

–1 P

DIAGRAM 5
The x-coordinate of point P is
A 270°
B 225°
C 215°
D 180°

11 It is given that cos  = –0.454 where 180° ≤  ≤ 270°, find the value of .
A 117°
B 207°
C 243°
D 297°

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12 In Diagram 6, KLMN is a straight line and JK = KM.


J


K N
12 cm L 3 cm M

DIAGRAM 6
The value of tan x is
1
A 
4
1
B 
3
C –3
D –4

13 Simplify p  (2p–1)3 ÷ 2p –4.


A 3p
B 3p2
C 4p
D 4p2

14 Diagram 7 shows a triangle KLM and a shaded triangle, drawn on square grids.

D C

A
L
B

DIAGRAM 7

Triangle KLM is the image of the shaded triangle under an enlargement.


Which of the points, A, B, C or D, is the centre of the enlargement?

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2u  1 2  w
15 Express  as a single fraction in its simplest form.
uw w

1  uw
A
uw
uw  1
B
uw
2u  uw  1
C
uw
2u  1
D
uw

1 3
16 32  18 2  2 2  =

A 36
B 54
C 108
D 162

3 1
4  (5 ) 4
2 2
17 
4

A 2
B 5
C 37.5
D 50

18 8pq – (3p + q)2 =


A 3p2 + q2 + 5pq
B 3p2 – q2 + 3pq
C –9p2 – q2 + 2pq
D –9p2 – q2 + 10pq

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19 Diagram 8 shows a right prism with rectangular base KLMN.


P
Q

5 cm N

M
K 6 cm
8 cm
L
DIAGRAM 8

Calculate the angle between the line PL and the base KLMN.

A 20° 18 
B 24° 16 
C 24° 22 
D 26° 34 

20 The angle of elevation of the peak of pole P from the peak of pole Q is 60°. The
two poles are vertically planted in a horizontal ground. Which diagram below
represents the situation described?
P
Q
A C 30°
60°

P Q

Q
B D
P

60° 30°
P Q

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21 Diagram 9 shows a pole, PR on a horizontal plane.

160°

R Q
DIAGRAM 9

Calculate the angle of depression of Q from vertex P.

A 70°
B 60°
C 30°
D 20°

h
22 Given that v   , then h =
t

vt
A

vt
B
2
v2
C
 2t
v 2t
D
2

23 There are two helicopters X and Y at height 300 m and 340 m above sea level
respectively. If the angle of elevation of helicopter Y from helicopter X is 41°,
calculate the horizontal distance, in m, between the two helicopters.

A 26.2
B 30.2
C 34.2
D 46.0

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w
24 Given that y  , express w in terms of y.
1 w
y
A w
1 y
y
B w
1 y
1 y
C w
y
1 y
D w
y
25 In Diagram 10, Q is the image of P under a reflection.

P K
L

N M
H

DIAGRAM 10

The axis of reflection is the straight line that joins H and

A K
B L
C M
D N

m 1 2m
26 Express  as a single fraction in its simplest form.
n 3n

3m  1
A
4n
3m  1
B
3n 2
m 1
C
3n
5m  1
D
3n

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k
27 The solution for 1   k  3 is
2

A k≥4
8
B k≥
3
5
C k≥
2
5
D k≥
3

28 The solution for simultaneous linear inequalities 3n + 1 > –11 and 20 ≤ 8 – 4n is

A 3<n ≤4
B –4 < n ≤3
C –3 < n <4
D –4 < n ≤ –3

29 Diagram 11 is a pie chart showing the colours of t-shirts chosen by a number of


students.

Red
Yellow
60°
190°
Blue

DIAGRAM 11

If 18 students chose yellow t-shirts, find the number of students who chose red
t-shirts.

A 108
B 72
C 36
D 33

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30 Table 1 shows the frequency distribution of the scores obtained by a group of


pupils in a competition.

Time (min) 11 – 15 16 – 20 21 – 25 26 – 30 31 – 35

Frequency 4 10 12 9 5

TABLE 1

Calculate the mean of the distribution.

A 21.375
B 22.875
C 23.125
D 25.250

31 Diagram 12 is a bar chart showing the number of candidates who obtained


scores 1 to 5 in a Mathematics test.

Number of
Candidates
20
15

10

1 2 3 4 5 Score

DIAGRAM 12

If the passing score is the mean score, calculate the percentage of students who
pass the test.

A 90
B 70
C 60
D 50

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32 It is given that the universal set  = {x : 1  x  20, x is an integer},


set P = {2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 17}, set Q = {x : x is a prime number} and
set R = {x : x multiple of 3}.
Find n[(P  R)’  Q].
A 5
B 6
C 7
D 9

33 Diagram 13 is a Venn diagram showing the sets P, Q and R such that the
universal set  = P  Q  R.
P Q
R

DIAGRAM 13

The shaded region represents the set


A P’  (Q  R)
B P  (Q  R)’
C P  (Q  R)’
D P’  (Q  R)

34 Diagram 14 is an incomplete Venn diagram showing the elements in sets P, Q


and R.

P R Q
.s
.c .y
.m
.w
.g .q
.k

DIAGRAM 14
It is given that the universal set,  = P  Q R, n(Q) = 6 and n(PR) = 3.
Find n(P’ Q  R).
A 8
B 10
C 11
D 12

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2x 5y
35 Find y-intercept of the straight line   3.
3 6
18
A 
5
4
B 
5
18
C
5
4
D
5

36 The straight line PQ has gradient –2 and passes through the point (3, –5). It is
parallel to the straight line y + mx – 4 = 0.
Find the value of m.

A –3
B –2
C 2
D 3

37 Diagram 15 shows two straight lines, OR and QR, on a Cartesian plane.

y
Q

R(1, 8)

P O x

DIAGRAM 15

The distance and the x-intercept of PQ is 15 units and –9 respectively.


Find the gradient of QR.

A –1
B –4
C –7
D –8

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38 Table 2 shows the distribution of a group of students playing a game.

Form One Form Two

Girls x 12

Boys 8 6

TABLE 2

A student is chosen at random from the group to start the game. The probability
2
that a girl from Form One will be chosen is . Find the value of x.
15
A 2
B 4
C 6
D 8

39 A box contains a number of yellow marbles and 10 red marbles. A marble is


chosen at random from the box. The probability of choosing a yellow marble is
3
. Then, a number of red marbles is put in the box. If a marble is now selected
5
1
at random from the box, the probability that a red marble chosen is . How
2
many red marbles are there in the box?

A 15
B 20
C 25
D 30

40 A dice is rolled twice and the sum of the number shown is noted. Find the
probability that the sum of the numbers being 7.

1
A
6
1
B
4
1
C
3
1
D
2

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