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SULIT 1449/2

1449/2 SMK TANAH MERAH SITE ‘C’


Mathematic 71960 POS BUKIT PELANDOK
Papers 2 SEREMBAN, NEGERI SEMBILAN
Mei 2006
2 1/2 hour

MATHEMATIC (FORM 4)

PAPER 2
(2 HOUR 30 MINUTES)

NAME :…………………………………………………………

CLASS : …………………………

INSTRUCTIONS :

1. This question paper consists of 2 sections:


a) Section A ( 52 marks )
b) Section B ( 48 marks )
2. Answer all questions in section A and 4 questions in section B.
3. Show your workings clearly.
4. Write your answer in your own test pad.
5. Key formulas are given.
6. You may use a non-programmable calculator.

Created by: Checked by: Approved by:

……………….. …………………… ……………...


(PN SABANIAH) (MISS TEH ) (MR PANG )
Ketua Ketua Bidang
Panitia Matematik Sains & Matematik

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Section A
[ 52 marks ]

Answer all the questions in this section

1. a) Express 0.01075 correct to two significant figures.

b) Evaluate 2.83 + (2.16 0.3)

[ 3 marks ]

2. Evaluate 8 x 106 + 3.4 x 107 , expressing your answer in standard form.

[ 2 marks ]

3. a) Simplify ( x – 2 )( 2x + 1 ) – x( x + 1 )

b) Factorise 15a2 – 10a.

[ 3 marks ]

4. Solve each of the following


a) q2 = – 2q

b) 4x( x – 2 ) + 5x = 1

[ 4 marks ]

5. Find the number of subsets of each of the following sets.


a) A = { b, e, d }

b) B = { 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 }

[ 4 marks ]

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6. In the venn diagram below, P and Q are two sets and their number of elements are as
shown.

P Q
(x + 3 )
2x
(9 – x )

If n(P) = n(Q), find


a) x
b) n(P ∩ Q)

[ 4 marks ]

7. Complete the following mathematical statement using the symbols ‘>’ or ‘<’ in the boxes
to construct a
a) true statement
15 12 – 32

c) false statement
√169 52

[ 2 marks ]

8. Draw a graph for each of the following equations.


a) y=x+5

b) 2x + 3y = 12

[ 8 marks ]

9. The length of a notice board in a classroom is 3.19 m. Its width is 2.4 m. The students
want to buy some coloured papers to cover the whole board. Given that the length and
width of a sheet of coloured paper are 80 cm and 60 cm respectively, how many sheets of
coloured paper do they need? Give your answer correct to 2 significant figures.

[ 5 marks ]

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10. a) The Venn diagram shows the sets P, Q and R. Given that ξ = P Q R ,
shade the set (P ∩ Q )' ∩ R' .

Q P

[ 2 marks ]

b) In Fingure 1, A, B and C are three sets and the number of elements in each set is
shown in the Venn diagram.

A B
C
X 8 10
3

Figure 1

Given that the universal set ξ = A  B  C and n(A  B') = 12 . Calculate


i) the value of x
ii) n[ (A ∩ B)'  C ]

[ 4 marks ]

11. a) Determine whether the following sentences is a statement or non-statement.


i) Please come in
ii) The number 4 is a prime number
iii) 3x – 5 = 6

[ 3 marks ]

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b) Determine whether the following statement is true or false.


i) Some of the odd number are divisible by 2
ii) The number 5 is a perfect square or an odd number

[ 2 marks ]

c) Complete the premise and conclusion in the following arguments.


i) Premise 1 : All regular pentagon have five lines of symmetry
Premise 2 : PQRST is a regular pentagon.
Conclusion : ___________________________________________

ii) Premise 1 : If set A is a subset of set B, then x A and x B.


Premise 2 : ____________________________________________
Conclusion : Set A is not a subset of set B

[ 2 marks ]

12. Find the gradient of each of straight lines in the following diagram.

[4
marks ]

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Section B
[ 48 marks ]

Answer only four ( 4 ) questions in this section.

13. a) Complete the following table.

Number Round off to


3 significant fig. 2 significant fig.
i) 47 103
ii) 20 464
iii) 1978
iv) 3.465
v) 70. 067
vi) 0.06045

[6 marks ]

b) A rectangle has a length of ( 2y – 5 ) cm and breadth of y cm.


i) If A represents the area of the rectangle, express A in terms of y.
ii) Given that A = 88 cm2 , find the perimeter of rectangle.

[ 6 marks ]

14. a) Complete the following table.

ax2 + bx + c = 0 Factorised equations Roots


1st 2nd
x2 + 4x + 4 = 0
( 3x + 2 )(2x – 5 ) = 0
3 7
/7 /3
[ 6 marks ]
b) Figure 2 is a Venn diagram which shows the number of elements in sets A, B and
C.
B

ξ A
8
9–x
7
x 7–x

8–x C 6
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Figure 2

Given that ξ = A  B  C and that n(ξ) = 34, find


a) the value of x
b) n( A ∩ B ∩ C ' )

[ 6 marks ]
15. In firgure 3, ABCD is a trapezium in which AB is parallel to DC and ABC = 90˚

D (x+2) C

(x–2)

A B

(x+6)

a) Given that AB = ( x + 6 ) cm, DC = ( x + 2 ) cm and BC = ( x – 2 ) cm ,find , in


term of x, an expression for the area of trapezium .
b) Given that the area of the trapezium is 72 cm2 , form an equation in x and solve it.
c) Find the length of BC

[ 12 marks ]

16. a) Construct implications in the form of “If p , then q” based on the informations
given.
i) x is a natural number and 2 – x < 2

ii) A multiple of 9 is divisible by 3

[ 4 marks ]

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b) Complete the arguments.


i) Premise 1 : _______________________________________________
Premise 2 : x is not less than 3
Conclusion : x is not less than 2

ii) Premise 1 : If x = 30˚ , then sin x = ½


Premise 2 : ________________________________________________
Conclusion : sin x = 30˚

iii) Premise 1 : If the length of side of a regular hexagon is 7 cm, then its
perimeter is 42 cm.
Premise 2 : The perimeter of the regular hexagon A is not 42 cm.
Conclusion : _______________________________________________

iv) Premise 1 : All squares have diagonals that bisect each other.
Premise 2 : ABCD is a square.
Conclusion : _______________________________________________

[ 8 marks ]

17. a) Draw a straight line for each of the following equations and label the graph , then
find the gradient and y-intercept.
i) 3x + y = 8

ii x – 4y = 12

[ 12 markah ]

Key Formulas

1. Perimeter and area.

A shape Perimeter Area

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a) Square 2l + 2b a2
b) Triangle ½ x base x height
c) Trapezium ½(a+b)h
d) Rhombas bxh
e) Circle r2

2. Volume and total surface Area

Type Volume (V) Total surface area (A)


a) Cube V = length x breadth x A = 6p2
height (l3 )
b) Cuboid V = length x breadth x A = 2bl + 2bh + 2 l h
height (l bh )
c) Cylinder V = 2h Area of curved = 2rt
A = 2rt + 2r2

3. laws of indices
a) am x an = am + n
b) am an = am – n
c) a– n = 1/ nn
d) a0 = 1 , a 0
e) (am )n = amn
f) am/n = n√am
g) ( a/b) – n = (b/a)n

4. Pythagoras theorem
a) a 2 = b2 + c 2
b) a = √ b2 + c2

5. Quadratic equation
a) m = y1 – y2
x1 – x2