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JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

1. Kertas soalan ini adalah dalam Bahasa Inggeris.

2. Calon dikehendaki membaca maklumat di halaman belakang kertas soalan ini.

Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 20 halaman bercetak.

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MATHEMATICAL FORMULAE

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

1

a m

x

a n =

a m+ n

RELATIONS

2 a m a n

= a m n

3

4

( a m ) n = a mn

A -1 =

1

bc

d b

 

c

a

 (x 2 2  x )  (y  y ) 1 2 1 2  x 1  x 2 y 1  2   2 , 2

y

5 Distance =

6

Midpoint, ( x, y ) =

7 Average speed =

distance travelled time taken

8 Mean =

9 Mean =

sum of data number of data

sum of (class mark × frequency) sum of frequencies

10 Pythagoras Theorem

c 2 = a 2 + b 2

11 P ( A ) =

n

(

A

)

n

(

S

)

12 P ( A) = 1 P(A)

13 m =

y

2

y

1

x

2

x

1

14 m =

y-intercept

x-intercept

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1

1

Area of trapezium = 2 × sum of parallel sides × height

2 Circumference of circle = d = 2r

3 Area of circle = r 2

4 Curved surface area of cylinder = 2rh

5 Surface area of sphere = 4r 2

6 Volume of right prism = cross sectional area × length

7 Volume of cylinder = r 2 h

8

1 r 2 h

Volume of cone = 3

9 Volume of sphere =

4 r 3

3

10

1

Volume of right pyramid = 3 × base area × height

11 Sum of interior angles of a polygon = ( n – 2) × 180˚

12

13

14

arc length

circumference of circle

angle subtended at centre

360

area of sector angle subtended at centre

area of circle

360

Scale factor , k = PA' PA

15 Area of image = k 2 × area of object

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INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES

1. This question paper consists of 40 questions.

3. Each question is followed by four alternative answers, A, B, C or D. For each question, choose one answer only. Blacken your answer on the objective answer sheet provided.

4. If you wish to change your answer, erase the blackened mark that you have done. Then blacken the space for the new answer.

5. The diagrams in the questions provided are not drawn to scale unless stated.

6. A list of formulae is provided on page 2 to 3.

7. You may use a non-programmable scientific calculator.

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1.

Round off 37 285 correct to three significant figures.

A 37 000

B 37 200

C 37 290

D 37 300

2. Express 2·937 × 10 5 as a single number.

3.

4

A 2 937

B 29 370

C 293 700

D 2 937 000

0 016

=

14

A

B

C

D 5·6

4

2·857

5·6

2·857

6

10

10

10

3

10

2

4

10

2

1·3×

10

25

10

7

10

6

10

7

10

6

A 1·2

B 1·2 ×

D 1·05 ×

C 1·05

7

=

5. A rectangular floor has a width of 2700 cm and a length of 3200 cm. The floor

will be covered with tiles. Each tile is a square of side 24 cm. Calculate the number

of tiles required to cover the floor fully.

A 1·5 × 10 4

B 3·6 × 10 4

C 1·5 × 10 5

D 3·6 × 10 5

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6. 5(x 2 y) (3x y)

A 2x 9y

B 2 x 11 y

7.

C

8 x

y

D 8 x 3 y

2x 34x1 3x

2

A

B

C

D

x x

16

8

16

x

2

2

x

2

8

9

8

2

8

8

12

9

x x

9

x

x

9

8. List all the subsets of set H = { p, q}.

A {p}, {q}

B {p}, {q}, { }

C {p}, {q},{p, q}

D {p}, {q}, {p, q},{ }

9. Given the universal set, ξ = N T , set N = {a, b, c} and set T = {b, c, d, e, f},

find the value of n(ξ).

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10. Diagram 1 is a Venn diagram showing the universal set, ξ = {Form Four students},

set G = {Students who play badminton} and set H ={Students who play tennis}.

ξ

G
H

DIAGRAM 1

Given n(ξ) = 50, n(G) = 23, n(H) = 9 and n G H 6 , find the number of students

who do not play the two games.

A 44

B 30

C 24

D 18

11. Diagram 2 shows a straight line PQ on a Cartesian plane.

The distance of OQ is 2 units.

y
P (8,
6)
Q
O
x

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C

D

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12. In Diagram 3, MN is a straight line on a Cartesian plane.

M y
6
x
0
8
N
DIAGRAM 3
 A  2 B 3 4 C  3 4 D 2

13. Find the x-intercept of the straight line 3y 2x = 12.

 A  6 B  1 6 C  4 D  1 4

14. Diagram 4 shows the score obtained by a group of five pupils in a quiz where x is an

integer. The mode score is 6.

2

x

x

4

9

DIAGRAM 4 Then another three pupils with scores of 3, 3 and 8 joins the group.

Find the median score of the group.

A 3·5

B 5

C 5125

D 6

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15. Diagram 5 is a bar chart showing the number of Mathematics textbooks sold in four

months. The number of textbooks sold in March and May are not shown.

60
50
40
30
20
10
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Number of textbook

DIAGRAM 5

Month

The total number of books sold in four months is 140. The ratio of books sold in

March to books sold in May is 3 : 2. Find the number of books sold in May.

A 14

B 16

C 24

D 40

16. Diagram 6 is a pie chart which shows the combined results of a time trial race taken

by two groups of pupils. Table 1 shows the results obtained by the two groups but it

is incomplete.
Qualify
156
Do not
qualify

DIAGRAM 6

Number of pupils

Group

Qualify

Do not qualify

Yellow

Blue

60

80

Total

130

TABLE 1

Calculate the number of pupils in the Yellow Group.

A 140

B 146

C 160

D 194

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20.
A student puts 20 cards with serial number 21 to 40 in a box. A card is drawn at
random. Find the probability of drawing a card with a serial number which is a
multiple of 5.
A 1
4
B 1
5
C 1
10
D 1
20
21.
In Diagram 7, EFG is a tangent to the circle FJH at F.
H
J
64°
E
F
G
DIAGRAM 7
Find the value of x.
A 64
B 58
C 52
D 26
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22. In Diagram 8, KLM is a tangent to the circle centre O, at L. KJPO and NPL are

straight lines.

K

N
28°
J
P
O
O
L

M

DIAGRAM 8

Find the value of y.

A 28

B 34

C 56

D 62

23. In Diagram 9, FGH is a tangent to the circle centre O, at G.

F
G
H
68°
O
13°
Q
P

Find the value of z.

A 77

B 55

C 45

D 35

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24.
In Diagram 10, PQRS is a rectangle and PM = NR = 3 cm.
15 cm
P
M
M

13 cm
S
N
DIAGRAM 10
Find the value of tan  .
A 5
12
B 5
12
C 5
13
D 5
13
24
25.
It is given that sin x =
and 90° ≤
x
≤ 180°.
25
Find cos x.
A 7
25
B 7
25
C 24
7
D 24
7
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Diagram 11 shows the graph of y = sin x .
y
1
O
(m,  05 )
1

Find the value of m.

A 190°

B 210°

C 240°

D 300°

DIAGRAM 11

x

27 In Diagram 12, PQ and RS are two vertical poles on a horizontal plane.

45 m

P

R

20 m

Q

50 m

DIAGRAM 12

S

Calculate the angle of depression of vertex R from vertex P.

A 2634

B 4159

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29.

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KL and PMN are vertical while KM is horizontal.

The angle of elevation of point M from point L is 68.

P
10 m
K
M
L 8 m
N

DIAGRAM 13

Calculate the height, in m, of PN .

A 9

B 11

C 13·42

D 25·8

Diagram 14 shows a cuboid with a horizontal base PQRS.

K
N

L

P

S

M

Q

R

DIAGRAM 14

Name the angle between the line NM and the plane PQM.

A NQP

B NQM

C NMP

D NMQ

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30. Diagram 15 shows a pyramid with rectangular base TUVW.

T

S
W
U
V

DIAGRAM 15

Vertex S is vertically above W. Name the angle between the plane STU and the

base TUVW.

A USW

B TSW

C SUW

D STW

31 Diagram 16 shows a regular pentagon PQRST. PRU and VWU are straight lines.

PRU is parallel to TS.
Q
R
P
»
y
x
57
22
W
»
T
V
S

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A 69

B 87

C 94

D 112

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32 In Diagram 17, JKLM is a parallelogram. VW is parallel to JK.

J

150
q

80

M

»

70

»

V

»
p
W

L

DIAGRAM 17

Calculate the value of p + q .

A 175

B 140

C 135

D 100

K

33 Diagram 18 shows five pentagons drawn on square grids.

A
B
K
C
D

DIAGRAM 18

Which of the pentagons A, B, C or D, is an image of pentagon K under a rotation?

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34 Diagram 19 shows two quadrilaterals, L and M, drawn on square grids.

A
L
C D
M
B

DIAGRAM 19

M is the image of L under an enlargement.

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

35. Choose a suitable linear equation in one unknown for the following statement.

When a number is multiplied by 3 and increased by 7, the result is 34.

A

3(x

+

7 )

=

34

 B 3 + x + 7 = 34 C + 3 7x = 34 3x D + 7 = 34
r
36. Given that
p 
r
 4
q
2
1
A q
  r
 r 
4
 
p 
1
B
q
r  pr
 2
4
1
C q
  r
 r 
2
 
p 
1
D q
 r  pr
2

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     7 1  2  5 3         5  25 2    A 1 7 B 5 7 C 7 D 35

2

=

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3
2
8
(
m
)
2 
n
38.
Simplify
3
n
3
A n
m
3
B 5
m
n
3
C n
m
4

3

4

D n

m

5

39 Solve the inequalities

 . 8 – 3x  x + 16 and 5 – 2x > x – 10.

A

B

 2
5
 2
6

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 2
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Form Four

MATHEMATICAL FORMULAE

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

1

2

3

4

a m a n = a m + n

a m a n = a m n

(a m ) n = a m n

1

A

1

bc

d

c

b

a

RELATIONS

5
n
( A
)
P
(
A
)
n
( S
)
6
P(A')  1 P(A)
7
2
2
Distance =
(x 2
 x )  (y  y )
1
2
1

8

9

10

11

Midpoint,

(

x ,

y    x

)

1

x

2

2

,

y

1

y

2

2

Average speed

distance travelled

time taken

Mean

Mean

sum of data

number of data

sum of (class marks

frequency)

sum of frequencies

12

13

14

Pythagoras Theorem

c 2 = a 2

+ b 2

m

y

2

y

1

x

2

x

1

y intercept

m  x

intercept

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SHAPES AND SPACE

1 Area of trapezium

2 Circumference of circle = d = 2 r

1 sum of parallel sides
2

3 Area of circle = r 2

height

4 Curved surface area of cylinder = 2 r h

5 Surface area of sphere = 4 r 2

Form Four

6 Volume of right prism = cross sectional area length

7 Volume of cylinder = r 2 h

8 Volume of cone

1

3

r

2

h

9 Volume of sphere

4

3

r

10 Volume of right pyramid

3

1

3

base area

height

11 Sum of interior angles of polygon = (n 2)180

12 arc length

circumference of circle

angle subtended at centre

360

o

13 area of sector angle subtended at centre

area of circle

360

o

14 Scale factor, k

PA'

PA

15 Area of image = k 2 area of object

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Section A

[52 marks]

Form Four

Answer all questions in this section.

1 The Venn diagram in the answer space shows sets K, L and M such that the

universal set, = K L M.

(a)
L 
M ’
,
(b)
( K  M )’ 
L.
(a)
K
M
L

(b)

K
M
L

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2(a)
Diagram 1 shows a right prism. The base GMND is a horizontal rectangle.
Right angled triangle MFG is the uniform cross-section of the prism.
S is the midpoint of ND.
E
F
5 cm
D
G
S
16 cm
N
6 cm
M
DIAGRAM 1
Identify and calculate the angle between the line FS and the base GMND.
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Diagram 2 shows a right prism with a horizontal rectangular base JKLM .

The isosceles triangle KLH is the uniform cross-section of the prism.

N is the midpoint of KL.

J

G

H
M
5 cm
12 cm
K N
L

6 cm

DIAGRAM 2

Form Four

Identify and calculate the angle between the plane KLG and the plane KLH.

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Form Four

3 Diagram 3 shows a solid, formed by joining a half cylinder to a half cone.

The height of the cone is 6 cm.
7 cm
12 cm
DIAGRAM 3
22
By using
 
, calculate the volume, in cm 3 , of the combined solid.
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Form Four

8 Diagram 4 shows two sectors OPQ and ORS, both with centre O.

It is given that POQ = 60.

S

T
Q 14 cm
7 cm

O

R

P

DIAGRAM 4

By using =

22 , calculate

7

 (a) the perimeter, in cm, of the whole diagram, (b) the area, in cm 2 , of the shaded region.

(a)

(b)

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(b)

(c)

m > 6 if and only if m 6 > 0 ”

State the converse of the following statement and hence determine whether the

converse is true or false.

“ If x is a factor of 5, then x is a factor of 10. ”

Make a general conclusion by induction for the sequence of numbers

 1 , 6 , 15 , 28, which follows the following pattern. 1 = 2 ( 1 ) 2  1 6 = 2 ( 2 ) 2  2 15 = 2 ( 3 ) 2  3 28 = 2 ( 4 ) 2  4 … = … [6 marks] Answer:
 (a) Implication 1:……………………………………………………… Implication 2:……………………………………………………… (b) ……………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………… (c) ………………………………………………………………………

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10 In Diagram 5 , OPQR is a parallelogram and O is the origin.

y
R ( 4 ,12)
Q
x
O
P ( 3 ,  6 )

DIAGRAM 5

Find

(a) the equation of the straight line PQ,

(b) y intercept of the straight line PQ.

(a)

(b)

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In Diagram 6 , O is the origin. KL, PQ and RS are straight lines.
PQ is parallel to RS.
The equation of the straight line KL is y   2x  6 .
y
K
R
P
x
O
S
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Q (3, 3)
L
DIAGRAM 6
Find
(a)
the gradient of the straight line PQ,
(b)
the equation of the straight line RS.
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Section B

[48 marks]

Answer any four questions from this section.

The Venn diagram in the answer space shows the universal set , sets P, Q

and R. On the diagram in the answer space, shade the region for

 (i) P  Q’ , (ii) ( P  Q )’  R.

(i)

P
R

Q

(ii)

P
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R

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In Diagram 7 , O is the origin. Straight line NR is parallel to straight line OQ .

Find

y
R
Q (3, 4)
O
N ( 9, 4 )

DIAGRAM 7

x

(i) the equation of the straight line RN,

(ii) the x intercept of the straight line RN .

(i)

(ii)

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Diagram 8 shows a right prism. The base PQRS is a horizontal rectangle.

Trapezium PQGF is the uniform cross-section of the prism.

Form Four

U, V, and W are midpoints of PS, FE and QR respectively.

F

5 cm

P

E

V
H
S
G
U
W
12 cm
8 cm

R

Q

DIAGRAM 8

Identify and calculate the angle between the plane QRV and the base PQRS.

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 (i) State whether the following sentences is a statement or non-statement. (a) 2x + 5y 6 (b) 4 is a prime number. (ii) Combine the two statements below to form a false statement. Statement 1 : 3  13 = 39 Statement 2 : 39 is a prime number. (iii) Write down Premise 1 to complete the following argument: Premise 1 : ………………………………………………… Premise 2 : 3 is a factor of 15 Conclusion : 3 is a factor of 30 (iv) Fill in the blanks with “ < ” or “ > ” to form
 (a) a true statement, 6 3 (b) a false statement.
 8 Answer: (i)(a) (b) (ii) (iii) Premise 1 : (iv) (a) 6 (b) 8

2

4

3

2 4

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m
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14(a)
Using factorisation, solve the quadratic equation
m .
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14(b)
Calculate the value of d and of e that satisfy the following simultaneous linear
equations:
1
3 d
  10
e
2
4
d  e 
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Diagram 10 shows a solid cuboid. A semi cylinder is taken out of the solid.

7 cm

8 cm
2 cm
2 cm

DIAGRAM 10

The volume of the remaining solid is 292 cm 3 .

Calculate the width, in cm, of the remaining solid.

(Use =

22 )

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Frequency

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TABLE 1

(c) Refer graph on page 23.

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Upper Boundary
61 – 65

b) Refer graph on page 26

c)

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 1449/2 27 MOZ@C Form Four INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES 1. This question paper consists of two sections: Section A and Section B. 2. Answer all questions in Section A and four questions from Section B. 3. Write your answers in the spaces provided in the question paper. 4. Show your working. It may help you to get marks. 5. If you wish to change your answer, cross out the answer that you have done. Then write down the new answer. 6. The diagrams in the questions provided are not drawn to scale unless stated. 7. The marks allocated for each question and sub-part of a question are shown in brackets. 8. A list of formulae is provided on page 2 to 3. 9. A booklet of four-figure mathematical tables is provided.