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SPM JUNE 2010 PAPER 1
1. Round off 806055 correct to three
significant figures.
A 806 000 C 806 100
B 806 060 D 810 000

2. Express 39 000 in standard form
A 3.9 × 10
4
C 3.9 × 10
-3

B 3.9 × 10
3
D 3.9 × 10
-4

3.
8
2.5 10
0.0005
÷
×
=
A 5 × 10
-3
C 5 × 10
-5
B 5 × 10
-4
D 5 × 10
-6

4. Diagram 1 shows the positions of the
earth, a satellite and the moon.

Diagram 1
It is given that the distance of the
moon from the earth is 3.84 × 10
8
m
and the distance of the satellite from
the earth is 9.50 × 10
7
m. Find the
distance, in m, of the moon from the
satellite.
A 2.89 × 10
7
C 5.66 × 10
7

B 2.89 × 10
8
D 5.66 × 10
8

5. State the value, in base ten, of the
underlined digit in the number
101011
2
.
A 4 C 8
B 6 D 16

6. 11100
2
÷ 1001
2
=
A 1010
2
C 10011
2

B 1110
2
D 10101
2

7. Diagram 2 is part of a regular nonagon
with centre O.

Diagram 2
Find the value of x.
A 72 C 60
B 70 D 54

8. In Diagram 3, KLM is an equilateral
triangle. KMS is a straight line.

Diagram 3
Find the value of x.
A 45 C 54
B 50 D 60

9. In Diagram 4, SQT is a tangent to the
circle PQR with centre O, at point Q.

Diagram 4
Find the value of x + y.
A 140 C 170
B 160 D 200

10. Diagram 5 shows two quadrilaterals,
PQRS and KLMN, drawn on a
Cartesian plane. KLMN is the image of
PQRS under a rotation.

Diagram 5
Find the centre of rotation and the
direction of the rotation.
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Centre of rotation Direction of
rotation
A (0, 0) 270
o
clockwise
B (0, 0) 270
o
anticlockwise
C (1, 1) 90
o
clockwise
D (1, 1) 90
o
anticlockwise

11. Diagram 6 shows five quadrilaterals, P,
A, B, C and D, drawn on square grid.

Diagram 6
Point K is the image of point J under a
translation T.
Which of the quadrilaterals, A, B, C or
D, is the image of quadrilateral P under
translation T?

12. In Diagram 7, triangle JKL is the image
of triangle RST under an enlargement.

Diagram 7
Which of the points A, B, C or D is the
centre of the enlargement?

13. Diagram 8 shows a rectangle PQRS.

Diagram 8
Calculate the length, in cm, of PQ.
A 19.30 C 14.30
B 15.07 D 12.71

14. In Diagram 9, SPQ is a right-angled
triangle and PQR is a straight line.

Diagram 9
Find the value of tan x
o

A ÷
3
4
C ÷
4
3

B
3
4
D
4
3

15. Diagram 10 shows a prism with the
square PQRS as the horizontal base. M
is the midpoint of SQ.

Diagram 10
Name the angle between the plane
SQW and the base PQRS.
A ZWSR C ZWRM
B ZWQR D ZWMR

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16. A vertical clock tower is 19 m high
from the horizontal ground. The angle
of depression of a ball from the top of
the vertical clock tower is 36
o
.
Calculate the distance, in m, of the ball
from the base of the clock tower.
A 13.80 C 26.15
B 23.49 D 32.32

17. Diagram 11 shows three points, P, Q
and R, on a horizontal plane. The
points form an isosceles triangle such
that PR = PQ.

Diagram 11
Find the bearing of point R from point
Q.
A 050
o
C 230
o

B 070
o
D 250
o

18. In Diagram 12, N is the North Pole, S
is the South Pole and NKS is the axis
of the earth. P and Q are two points on
a common parallel of latitude with
centre K.

Diagram 12
Find the longitude of P.
A 170
o
W C 30
o
W
B 170
o
E D 30
o
E

19. Express
3 2 1
2 6
m m ÷ +
÷ as a single
fraction in its simplest form.
A
10
6

C
4
6

B
8
6

D
2
6

20. Given 3 =
1
2
m – n, express m in terms
of n.
A m = 6 – n
B m = 6 + n
C m = 6 – 2n
D m = 6 + 2n

21. Given 5 +
1
3
k = 4 – 3(5 – k), find the
value of k.
A 6 C 13
B 9 D 24

22. Given ( )
3
5
1
32
32
m n
÷
= , find the value
of m and of n.
A m = 3, n = ÷5
B m = 5, n = ÷3
C m = 3, n = 5
D m = 5, n = 3

23. Simplify:

( )
( )
1
1
3
3
2 3
27x y x y ÷
A 3
1
3
x C 3xy
2

B 9
1
3
x D 9xy
2

24. List all the integers x that satisfy the
simultaneous linear inequalities 5x – 8
< x s 12 + 5x.
A ÷2, ÷1, 0, 1
B ÷2, ÷1, 0, 1, 2
C ÷3, ÷2, ÷1, 0, 1
D ÷3, ÷2, ÷1, 0, 1, 2

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25. Diagram 13 is an incomplete
pictograph which shows the number of
magazines in a shop. The number of
health magazines is not shown.
Sports

Computer

Entertainment

Health
represents 5 magazines
The total number of sports and
entertainment magazines to the number
of health magazines is in the ratio 4 : 1.
Calculate the total number of
magazines in the shop.
A 80 C 90
B 85 D 95

26. Table 1 shows the frequency
distribution of the scores of a group of
students in a game.
Score 1 2 3 4 5 6
Frequency 10 k 11 11 9 7
The mode of the score for the data is 2.
If the data is represented by a pie chart,
find the minimum value of the angle of
the sector that represents score 2.
A 20
o
C 66
o

B 42
o
D 72
o

27. Diagram 14 is a pie chart which shows
the games chosen by a group of
students.

Diagram 14
It is given that the number of students
who chose the football game is 60.
Calculate the number of students who
chose the hockey game.
A 30 C 42
B 36 D 45

28. Which graph represents y = ÷2x
3
+ 3?
A

C

B

D

29. List all the subsets of set P = {0, ÷1}
A { }
B {0}, {÷1}
C {0}, {÷1}, {0, ÷1}
D { }, {0}, { ÷1}, {0, ÷1}

30. Diagram 15 is a Venn diagram with the
universal set, ç = X Y Z.

Diagram 15
Find n( X Z)
A 4 C 7
B 5 D 9

31. A survey of 40 students shows that 24
students like coffee. 18 students like
tea and 12 students do not like both
drinks.
Find the number of students who like
both coffee and tea.
A 14 C 28
B 15 D 31

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32. Which graph has a gradient of ÷
3
2
?
A

C

B

D

33. The gradient of the straight line PQ is
÷
1
2
and the coordinates of point P is
(÷5, 0). Find the y-intercept of PQ.
A ÷10 C
5
2

B ÷
5
2
D 10

34. Diagram 16 is a pie chart which shows
the number of students in three streams
from a group of Form Five students.

Diagram 16
A student is chosen at random from the
group. Find the probability that the
student is from the Arts stream.
A
1
3
C
5
14

B
5
9
D
5
18

35. It is given that the probability of a
shooter hitting a target is
33
50
. If he has
150 shots, how many times does he
expect not to hit the target?
A 51 C 84
B 66 D 99

36. It is given that y
1
x
· and y = 1 when
x = 2. Calculate the value of y when x
= 8.
A
1
2
C
1
8

B
1
4
D
1
16

37. It is given that y varies inversely with
the square of x and y = 27 when x =
1
3
.
Express y in terms of x.
A y = 3x
2
C y =
2
1
3x

B y =
2
3
x
D y =
2
3
x

38. It is given that m varies directly as the
cube of p and inversely as n. Find the
relation between m, p and n.
A m
3
n
p
· C m
1
3
n
p
·
B m
3
p
n
· D m
1
3
p
n
·

39. Given

3 4 1 5 6
2
2 2 0 3 2 8
x ÷ ÷ | | | | | |
÷ =
| | |
÷
\ . \ . \ .
.
Find the value of x.
A 5 C 2
B 4 D 1

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40.
2 1 3
0 4 5
÷ | || |
| |
\ .\ .
=
A
6 5
0 20
÷ | |
|
\ .
C (6 17)
B
1
20
| |
|
\ .
D (21)

11. 1) (1.71 14. is the image of quadrilateral P under translation T? 12. 1) Direction of rotation 270 o clockwise 270 o anticlockwise 90o clockwise 90o anticlockwise Diagram 8 Calculate the length. B. Which of the quadrilaterals. drawn on square grid. In Diagram 9.Centre of rotation A B C D (0. Diagram 6 shows five quadrilaterals. C or D is the centre of the enlargement? 13. 0) (0. P. Diagram 9 Find the value of tan xo A B  3 4 3 4 C D  4 3 4 3 15. triangle JKL is the image of triangle RST under an enlargement. C or D. SPQ is a right-angled triangle and PQR is a straight line. A. A 19. A WSR C WRM B WQR D WMR Retyped by Mr. Diagram 7 Which of the points A. B.30 B 15. Diagram 6 Point K is the image of point J under a translation T.07 D 12. in cm. Diagram 10 Name the angle between the plane SQW and the base PQRS. Diagram 10 shows a prism with the square PQRS as the horizontal base. A. of PQ. Diagram 8 shows a rectangle PQRS. C and D. B. Sim Kwang Yaw 28/06/2010 2 . 0) (1. M is the midpoint of SQ. In Diagram 7.30 C 14.

Given 5 + value of k. n = 5 D m = 5. 1 B 2. A 170o W C 30 o W o B 170 E D 30 o E 24.32 17. 1. 2. 1. In Diagram 12. 0.  1 m 32n of m and of n. A B m  10 6 m8 6 m4 6 m2 6 20. A 050o C 230o o B 070 D 250o 18. Given 3 = 1 m – n. n = 3 23. in m. find the value Diagram 11 Find the bearing of point R from point Q.49 D 32. n = 3 C m = 3. The angle of depression of a ball from the top of the vertical clock tower is 36o. 1.16. A m=6–n B m=6+n C m = 6 – 2n D m = 6 + 2n 21. 0. of the ball from the base of the clock tower. Given  32  3 5 1 k = 4 – 3(5 – k). Sim Kwang Yaw 28/06/2010 3 . Express m  3 2m  1  as a single 2 6 C D fraction in its simplest form. 1. 0. N is the North Pole. P. express m in terms 2 of n. 2 C 3. Diagram 11 shows three points. 19. A vertical clock tower is 19 m high from the horizontal ground. Simplify:  27x y  2 3 1 1 3  x3 y   1 A B 3 x3 9x 1 3 C D 3xy2 9xy2 Diagram 12 Find the longitude of P. A 13. 1. P and Q are two points on a common parallel of latitude with centre K. A m = 3.15 B 23. 1 D 3. Q and R. 2 Retyped by Mr. Calculate the distance. 0.80 C 26. A 2. List all the integers x that satisfy the simultaneous linear inequalities 5x – 8 < x  12 + 5x. The points form an isosceles triangle such that PR = PQ. 2. 1. n = 5 B m = 5. S is the South Pole and NKS is the axis of the earth. find the 3 C D 13 24 . A 6 B 9 22. on a horizontal plane.

{1}.  = X  Y  Z. Diagram 14 is a pie chart which shows the games chosen by a group of students. List all the subsets of set P = {0. 1} D { }. 28. The number of health magazines is not shown. A 14 C 28 B 15 D 31 Diagram 14 It is given that the number of students who chose the football game is 60. Diagram 13 is an incomplete pictograph which shows the number of magazines in a shop. A 80 C 90 B 85 D 95 26. {1} C {0}. 1} 30. 18 students like tea and 12 students do not like both drinks. Calculate the total number of magazines in the shop.25. {0}. find the minimum value of the angle of the sector that represents score 2. A 30 C 42 B 36 D 45 Retyped by Mr. Diagram 15 is a Venn diagram with the universal set. { 1}. Sports Computer Entertainment Health represents 5 magazines The total number of sports and entertainment magazines to the number of health magazines is in the ratio 4 : 1. Which graph represents y = 2x 3 + 3? A C B D 29. 1} A { } B {0}. {0. {0. Calculate the number of students who chose the hockey game. Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 Frequency 10 k 11 11 9 7 The mode of the score for the data is 2. Sim Kwang Yaw 28/06/2010 4 . A survey of 40 students shows that 24 students like coffee. Diagram 15 Find n( X  Z) A 4 C 7 B 5 D 9 31. Table 1 shows the frequency distribution of the scores of a group of students in a game. Find the number of students who like both coffee and tea. A 20 o C 66 o o B 42 D 72 o 27. If the data is represented by a pie chart.

The gradient of the straight line PQ is 1 2 1 4 C D 1 8 1 16 1 . 38. Calculate the value of y when x = 8. It is given that y varies inversely with the square of x and y = 27 when x = Express y in terms of x. 3 1  and the coordinates of point P is 2 (5. Given Diagram 16 A student is chosen at random from the group. A B 33. Which graph has a gradient of  A C 3 ? 2 35. It is given that the probability of a shooter hitting a target is 33 . A B  3 4   1 5   x 6   2 2   2  0 3    2 8  . It is given that y  B D 1 and y = 1 when x x = 2.       Find the value of x. A 5 C B 4 D 2 1 1 3 5 9 C D 5 14 5 18 Retyped by Mr.32. It is given that m varies directly as the cube of p and inversely as n. Find the probability that the student is from the Arts stream. Find the relation between m. A B y = 3x 2 y= C D 5 2 10 5 2 x2 3 1 3x 2 3 y= 2 x y= 34. Sim Kwang Yaw 28/06/2010 5 . p and n. 0). Diagram 16 is a pie chart which shows the number of students in three streams from a group of Form Five students. Find the y-intercept of PQ. If he has 50 150 shots. A m n p3 C m n p3 1 1 B p3 m n D p3 m n 39. A B 10  C D 37. how many times does he expect not to hit the target? A 51 C 84 B 66 D 99 36.

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