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(A)

The diagram shows a circle with centre O. PT, QU, RV and SW are diameter of the circle.

A.

TU

C. WP

B.

UV

D.

RS

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(Use =

A.

22

C.

88

B.

44

D.

176

22

)

7

[2006, No.20]

3

1

cm. Calculate the length, in cm, of the minor arc MN.

2

A.

55

2

C.

1155

8

B.

77

2

D.

1617

8

(Use =

22

)

7

[2004, No.19]

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66

In the diagram, PQR is an arc of a circle with centre O and PRO is an equilateral triangle.

A.

42

C.

64

B.

63

D.

85

22

)

7

(Use =

[2004, No.39]

5

A.

44

C.

100

B.

72

D.

144

(Use =

22

)

7

[2000]

6

The diagram shows the surface of a table PQRSTU. PQST is a rectangle. PUT and QRS are semicurcles with

centres X and Y respectively.

It is given that PT = 1.4 m and PQ = 3 m. Calculate the perimeter, in m, of the surface of the table.

(Use =

22

)

7

A.

10.4

C.

14.8

B.

13.2

D.

17.6

[2006, No.21]

The diagram shows a square OPQR and an arc RSP with centre O

A.

61

C.

47

B.

58

D.

33

[ use =

22

]

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[2007, No.31]

[ MATHEMATICS 50 / 1 ]

67

The radius of the circle is 14 cm and PT = 2 TS. Calculate the perimeter, in cm, of the whole diagram.

(Use =

22

)

7

A.

66

C.

98

B.

94

D.

126

[2005, No.24]

The diagram shows a circle with centre O. The length of the minor arc PQ is 3.3 cm.

22

)

7

(Use =

A.

2.42

C.

14.85

B.

4.50

D.

29.70

[2005, No.40]

10

Diagram (a) is a circle with centre O and a radius of 14 cm. Diagram (b) is a sector of a circle with centre P

and a radius of 70 cm.

It is given that the circumference of the circle in Diagram (a) is equal to the length of arc QRS in Diagram (b).

Calculate the value of x.

(Use =

22

)

7

A.

18

C.

70

B.

36

D.

72

[ MATHEMATICS 50 / 1 ]

68

(B)

11

A.

1.8

C.

10.2

B.

5.4

D.

30.6

[2007, No.24]

12

The diagram shows two sectors, QSR and UST, with the common centre S. RSU and QST are the straight

lines.

It is given that ST = 2QS. Calculate the area, in cm2, of the sector UST.

A.

11

C.

38.50

B.

19.25

D.

77

(Use =

22

)

7

[2006, No.22]

13

The diagram below consists of four quadrants and a rectangle PQRS. Two of the quadrants have their centre at

Q and another two at R.

A.

24 + 2

C.

32 + 4

B.

24 + 8

D.

32 + 16

[1996]

[ MATHEMATICS 50 / 1 ]

14

69

Given that PQ = QR and PR = 14 cm. Calculate the area, in cm2, of the shaded region.

A.

56

C.

105

B.

93

D.

142

(Use =

22

)

7

[2004, No.20]

15

The diagram shows two semicircles of equal size which touch each other. They also touch the sides ot the

rectangle, PQRS.

(Use =

A.

168

C.

448

B.

176

D.

896

22

)

7

[2003]

16

The diagram shows two semicircles with centre O. PVOUT is a straight line and PV = VO = OU = UT =

6 cm. Sector POQ, QOR, ROS and SOT are of equal size.

A.

18

C.

45

B.

27

D.

72

[2002]

17

In the diagram, PQR is a straight line and PQS is a quadrant of a circle with centre Q.

The area of triangle QRS is 21 cm2. Calculate the area, in cm2, of quadrant PQS.

A.

11

C.

38.50

B.

19.25

D.

154

(Use =

22

)

7

[2005, No.23]

[ MATHEMATICS 50 / 1 ]

18

70

It is given that the circle has a circumference of 44 cm. Calculate its area, in cm 2.

19

A.

77

C.

231

B.

154

D.

308

(Use =

22

)

7

Diagram (a) is a square of length 11cm. Diagram (b) is a circle which is made from the wire. The wire is

equal to the length of wire in diagram (a).

22

( Use =

)

7

A.

44

C.

121

B.

95

D.

154

[2000]

20

It is given that the area of the shaded region is 1540 cm2, calculate the value of x.

21

A.

70

C.

252

B.

144

D.

308

(Use =

22

)

7

Diagram (a) shows a cone with slant height 25 cm. The cone is divided in two equal parts. One part is as

shown in diagram (b).

The area of the shaded region in diagram (b) is 77 cm2. Calculate the height, in cm, of the cone.

A.

11

C.

18

B.

14

D.

24

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