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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 SHAPES AND SPACE
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1. aman amn 1. Area of trapezium =
2
x sum of parallel sides x height

2. Circumference of circle = d  2r


2. aman amn
3. Area of circle = r
2

3. (a ) a
m n mn

4. Curved surface area of cylinder = 2rh


 1 d 
b
1
A 
 
 Surface area of sphere = 4r
4.
 
2
ad
bcca  5.

6. Volume of right prism = cross sectional area x length


n(A)
P(A)
5.
nS 7. Volume of cylinder = 𝜋𝑟 2 ℎ

6. P
(A')1P
(A) 1 2
8. Volume of cone = r h
3
7.  2)
1
2

Distance
(x x (
y2y
)
1
2

4 3
9. Volume of sphere = r

x x
2y 
y 3
8. Midpoint , (
x,y
) 1
, 1 2
 2 2 1
10. Volume of right pyramid =  base area x height
3
distance
travelled
9. Average speed =
time
taken 11. Sum of interior angles of a polygon = (n – 2) x 180º

sum
of
data arc length angle subtended at center
10. Mean = 12. 
number
ofdata circumfere nce of circle 360 o

sum of(class mark × frequency) area


of
sector
angle
subtend
at
centr
11. Mean = = 13.  o
sum of frequencies area
of
circle
360

12. Pythagoras Theorem c a b


2 2 2 PA'
14. Scale factor, k =
PA
y2 y1
13. m 15. Area of image = k2 x area of object
x2 x1

yint
ercept
14. m
x
int
ercept

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Section A
[52 marks]
Answer ALL questions in this section.
1 The Venn diagram in the answer space shows sets X, Y and Z. Given that the universal set
ξ = X  Y  Z. On the diagram provided in the answer spaces, shade
(a) the set Y' (b) the set 𝑋 ∪ (𝑌 ′ ∩ 𝑍) [3 marks]
Answer:

(a) X (b)
Y X Y
Z Z

2 Diagram 1 shows a composite solid formed by the combination of a cuboid and a half
circular cylinder.

Diagram 1
The height and diameter of the half circular cylinder is 15 cm and 7 cm respectively. Using
22
𝜋 = 7 , find the volume of the combined solid
[4 marks]
Answer:

3 The length and the breadth of a rectangular piece of land is x m and (3x – 9) m respectively.
If half of the land area is 6 m², calculate the value of x. [4 marks]
Answer:

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4 In Diagram 2, the equation of line PQRS is y + x = 9. Points P and T lie on the x-axis
and point R lies on the y-axis.

Diagram 2
Find;
(a) the value of k.
(b) the coordinates of point R.
(c) the equation of line RT if line RT is parallel to line OQ.
[6 marks]
Answer:
(a) (b)

(c)

5 There are 72 red and blue chairs in a class. If a chair is selected at random from the
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class, the probability of selecting a blue chair is .
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(a) Find the number of blue chairs in the class.
(b) If 4 red chairs and 2 blue chairs are taken out from the class, find the probability
that a chair selected at random is a red chair. [5 marks]
Answer:
(a) (b)

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6 In diagram 3, POQ and ROS are sectors of a circle with centre O. PRO and QSO are straight
lines and SOT is a right-angled triangle.
.

Diagram 3
Given that PR = 2cm, RO = 6cm, OT = 8cm and LPOT= 160°. Use 𝜋 =
22
, calculate
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a) the perimeter, in cm, of the whole diagram.
b) the area, in cm², of the shaded region. [6 marks]
Answer:
(a) (b)

7 Diagram 4 shows a right prism with a rectangular horizontal base QRSU. The right-angled
triangle POR is the uniform cross-section of the prism. Calculate the angle between plane
PTR and plane PTUQ

Diagram 4
Answer: (3 Marks)

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8 Diagram 5 shows a pineapple and a mango. It is given that the pineapple’s price is 80% of
the mango’s price. If the difference in price of 5 pineapple’s and 2 mangoes is RM5, what is
the price of a pineapple and a mango?

Diagram 5

(4 Marks)

Answer:

9 (a) Complete each of the following statements by using ‘all’ or ‘some’ to form a TRUE
statement.
(i) --------------- multiples of 3 are multiples of 6
(ii) ----------------quadrilaterals have four sides
(b) Identify the antecendent and the consequent of the implication below.
“ If P  Q  90, then P and Q are complementary angles.”
(c) Make a general conclusion by induction for the sequence of number 13, 53, 253, ...
which follows the patterns below.
13 = 2 (5) + 3
53 = 2 (25) + 3
253 = 2 (125) + 3
.............................. (6 Marks)
Answer:

(a) i) __________________________ ii) _____________________________

(b) Antecedent : _________________________________________________________

Consequent : _________________________________________________________

(c) ____________________________________________________________________

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10 Diagram 6 shows a goat and a chicken.

Diagram 6
Calculate the number of goats and the number of chickens if there are 63 heads and 180
legs.
Answer: (5 Marks)

11 At a town, there is a square recreation garden covering an area of 20.25 m². The
government wants to build a paved walkway of width 1.5 m all around the garden as
shown in the following diagram 7.

The cost of paving the walkway is RM53 per m².


Calculate the cost of paving the walkway. Round
off your answer to 2 significant figures.

(4 Marks)

Diagram 7 / Rajah 7

Diagram 7
Answer:

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Section B
[48 marks]
Answer ALL questions in this section.

12 i) The Venn diagram in Diagram 8(i) shows the number of elements in set A, set B and
set C such that ξ = A  B  C.

A C
B
3 5 m
7 2m

Diagram 8 (i)
(a) Given that n(B) =n(C), find the value of m.
(b) Find n(B  C)’
(4 Marks)
Answer:
i) (a) (b)

ii) In Diagram 8(ii), QRS is a straight line. Calculate the value of sin x◦ + cos y◦. (4 Marks)

Diagram 8(ii)
Answer:
ii)

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iii) Diagram 8(iii) shows two vertical poles EF and GH on a horizontal plane.

Diagram 8(iii)

The angle of elevation of E from G is 26° . Calculate the angle of depression of H from E.
(4 marks)
Answer:
(iii)

13 Diagram 9 shows a histogram which represents the expenses, in RM, for a group of 50
students.

Diagram 9

(a) Based on diagram 9, complete Table 1 in the answer space. (4 Marks)


(b) Calculate the estimated mean expenses of a student (3 marks)

(c) For this part of the question, use the graph paper provided. (4 marks)
By using a scale of 2 cm to RM 5 on the horizontal axis and 2 cm to 5 students on the
vertical axis, draw an ogive for the data.
(d) Based on the ogive drawn in 14(c), state the third quartile. (1 mark)

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Answer:
(a)
Expenses (RM) Frequency Upper Boundary Cumulative frequency
5–9

Table 1

(b) (c) Refer to your graph

(d) third quartile = ____________________

14 The data in Diagram 10 shows the mass, in kg, of a group of 50 students.

Diagram 10

(a) Based on the data in Diagram 10 and by using a class interval of 5, complete Table 2
in the answer space. (4 marks)

(b) Based on Table 2 in (a), calculate the estimated mean of the mass of the students.
(3 marks)
(c) For this part of the question, use the graph paper provided.
By using a scale of 2 cm to 5 kg on the x-axis and 2 cm to 2 students on the y-axis,
draw a frequency polygon for the data. (4 marks)

(d) State one information from the frequency polygon in (c). (1 marks)

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Answer:
(a) (b)
Mass (kg) Frequency Midpoint
35 – 39
40 – 44

Table 2
(c) Refer to your graph

(d)
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i) In diagram 11, MN is a common tangent to the two circles that touch at S, with centre
E and F respectively.

F
S
E

4 cm

M 12 cm N

Diagram 11
Find / Cari;
(a) The length, in cm, of FN
(b) LEFN
(c) The area, in cm², of the shaded region [7 marks]
Answer:
(a) (b)

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(c)

ii) Table 3 shows the frequency distribution of scores obtained by Ali in a competition.

Score 1 2 3 4 5 6
Score trials 4 6 15 12 10 18
Table 3
a) Calculate the total number of trials
b) Find mode of scores
c) Calculate the mean of the scores
[5 marks]
Answer:
ii)
(a) (b)

(c)

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Prepared by, Checked by, Certified by,

______________ _____________________ ________________


(ROSIE TANIS) (PETER WONG YUNG MING) (LIN KHIAM LUN)
Subject Teacher Head of Mathematics Panel Head of Mathematics
and Science Dept

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