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Math s Paper 2 Stpm 2011 Trial SabahRatings: (0)|Views: 2,368|Likes: 24

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CONFIDENTIAL*/SULIT*950/2Mathematics SPaper 2Ogos 2011

JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI SABAHPROGRAM EXCEL STPM TAHUN 2011

MATHEMATICS S (MATKEMATIK S)

PAPER 2 (KERTAS 2)Three hours (Tiga jam)

___________________________________________________________________________

Instructions to candidates:

Answer

all

questions. Answers may be written in either English or Malay. All necessary working should be shown clearly. Non-exact numerical answers may be given correct to three significant figures, or onedecimal place in the case of angles in degrees, unless a different level of accuracy isspecified in the question. Mathematical tables, a list of mathematical formulae and graph paper are provided.

This question paper consists of 5 printed pages.

© Jabatan Pelajaran Negeri Sabah 2011

STPM 950/2 [Turn over

* This question paper is CONFIDENTIAL until the examination is over.

CONFIDENTIAL *

CONFIDENTIAL *

1.

A school has 120 Form Six students. 40% of them are males and the rest are females. 20of the male students are wearing spectacles. From all of the female students, 30 of themwithout glasses. A student is selected at random from the school.(

a

) If it is known that the student selected is wearing spectacles.What is the probability that the student is a male? [2

marks

](

b

) Let

A

be the event that a student who wears spectacles is selected and

B

be the eventthat a female student is selected.Are events

A

and

B

independent? Give a reason for your answer. [3

marks

]

2.

The following table shows the heights (in inch)

X

,

Y

and

Z

respectively of a sample of 12 fathers, mothers and their youngest sons.

x

68 65 67 64 68 66 70 66 71 67 69 71

y

66 63 61 64 68 66 65 61 63 64 63 64

z

68 66 68 65 69 66 69 65 71 67 68 70(

a

) Plot scatter diagrams to show the relationship between(i)

Son’s height and his father’s height,

[2

marks

](ii)

Son’s height and his mother’s height.

[2

marks

](

b

) Based on the scatter diagram in (

a

), which variable has a strong linear relationshipwith the

son’s height? Give a reason for your answer.

[2

marks

]

3.

A normal population has mean

and standard deviation 5. An independent randomsample is taken from the population. Determine the size of the sample needed so that thesample mean lies within a range of 0.4 from

with a probability of 0.95. [5

marks

]

4.

Data below shows the maximum temperature (

for each day from 8

th

September to30

th

September in a town.65 63 64 64 76 5968 69 67 72 51 6464 62 70 72 68 7769 64 73 63 68(

a

) Draw a draw a stem plot for data above and find the median. [3

marks

](

b

) Draw a box plot to represent the data and identify possible outliers [4

marks

]

5.

There are 8 telephones in an office. The probability that a telephone reminds free at11 a.m. on a particular Monday is

.(

a

) Find the most likely number of free telephones at that time. [5

marks

](

b

) Find, correct to 3 decimal places, the probability that at 11 a.m. that Monday(i) exactly 6 telephones are used, [2

marks

](ii) at least 2 telephones are free. [2

marks

]

CONFIDENTIAL *

6.

A company has a total of 400 workers with a mean age of 32.5 years and a standarddeviation of 9.2 years. If a sample of 50 workers is chosen at random from theseworkers, what is the probability that this sample will yield an average age less than 35years? [5

marks

]

7.

The weekly advertising expense,

x

(in thousand RM) and the sales,

y

(in thousand RM)per week for 6 consecutive weeks are recorded. The results obtained are summarised asbelow.

x

= 47,

y

= 550,

2

x

= 433,

2

y

= 50 764,

xy

= 4454(

a

) Calculate the Pearson correlation coefficient between the weekly advertising expenseand the sales. Interpret your answer. [4

marks

](

b

) Find the equation of the least squares regression line of the sales on the weeklyadvertising expense. Interpret the slope of the regression line. [6

marks

]

8.

The following table shows the heights (in cm) of 400 students chosen at random.

Height (cm) Frequency

100

27110

58120

130130

105140

50150

25160

5(

a

) Plot the cumulative frequency curve for the data. [3

marks

](

b

) Hence, estimate the median and semi-interquartile range of the height of thestudents. [5

marks

](

c

) Calculate the mean and standard deviation of the height of the students. [4

marks

]

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