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number is ‘three hundred twenty thousand six hundred and fifty three’ ? A. B. 2 32653 320653 C. D. 326530 3200653

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The diagram shows a sequence of numbers. 3, 8, 13, 18, x, 28, 33 The value of x is A. B. 21 22 C. D. 23 24

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The diagram shows a sequence of numbers. a, 5, 10, b, 20, 25, 30 The value of a + b is A. B. 5 10 C. D. 15 20

The place value of digit 2 in the number 826357 is A. B. hundred thousand C. D. ten thousand hundred thousand 12

The diagram shows a sequence of numbers. − 20, − 19, − 17, − 14, m, − 1 5, The value of m is A. B. − 12 − 11 C. D. − 10 − 7

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Round off 561538 to the nearest thousand. A. B. 560000 561000 C. D. 562000 600000

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Which of the following numbers when rounded off to the nearest thousand does not become 312000 ? A. B. 311509 311805 C. D. 312409 312505 13

Find the lowest common multiples (LCM) of 16 and 40. A. B. 8 13 C. D. 40 80

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10 − 5 + 3 =

A. B. 6 7 C. D. 8 9 14

Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 18, 24 and 36. A. B. 3 6 C. D. 9 12

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12 × 2 − 6

A. B. 15 16 C. 17 D. 18 15

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30 − 12 ÷ 2

A. B. 9 24 C. D. 25 8 16 C. D. 25 26

The diagram shows a sequence of prime numbers. 11, 13, x, y, 23 Find the value of x + y. A. B. 32 34 C. 36 D. 38

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2 + 3× 6

A. B. 20 21

Which of the following fractions has the largest value ? A. B. 2 3 1 6 C. D. 5 9 11 18

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The diagram shows a sequence of numbers. 4, 8, 12, 16, y, 24, 28 The value of y is A. B. 19 20 C. D. 21 22

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17 Which of the following fraction has a value greater than 2 ? 3 A. 12. 24 P and R P and S C. Q and R Q and S 18 1 1 + 2 2 A. She uses 40% of the ribbon to make a flower. 12 16 C. 97 147 C. in cm. of ribbon did she use to tie the present ? A. Azri took part in a quiz competition. B. D. RM 163 RM 175 C. Rizal bought a computer for RM2000. B. He answered 4 questions incorrectly. A.02 P 1. 3 4 11 D. D. Calculate the loss percentage. D. 158 239 11 8 0 1 C. B. B. B. M = − and N = 9 6 D. B. D. M = − and N = 3 6 M = − and N = 3 3 C. 5 6 1 2 23 The diagram shows four number cards. B. Aini has 3. B.120 S On which cards does the digit 2 have the same value ? A.102 R 4. D. R and S. Q. 20 25 C.00011 12. 5 2 6 2 C. A mango costs 90 sen and a apple costs 80 sen. RM 180 RM 183 A. 40 80 2 4 1 1 2 C. −9 11 as a decimals 1000 C.05 m length of ribbon. Find the total number of questions in the quiz. B. She still has 25 cm of ribbon left. How much money does he get ? A. 5 2 11 D. He sells all the mangoes but 20 apples are unsold. He sold the computer for RM1600. A. Then she uses the remaining ribbon to tie a present.0011 2 . 2+ 2. 7 12 4 9 C. D.5 1 2 28 The diagram is a number line. M = − and N = 9 3 12. He answered 75% of the questions correctly.011 D. 4 2 1 2 27 21 Which of the following is not represent Hazril brings 150 mangoes and 80 apples to the ‘Tamu’. B. What is the length.11 M 0 N 12 22 Express 12 A. D. D. P. B. 20 25 1 6 2 13 2 1 C. B. 12. 0. Which of the following is the value of M and of N ? A. 2 26 20 1 1 1 3 − − 4 4 4 A.20 Q 3. 2 1 2 25 19 3+ 2 A.

B. D. B.00 a. 5. B. D. − 11 −7 38 The table shows the time allocation for a test. K A. Break Paper 2 20 minutes 1 −3 −2 −1 0 1 2 3 4 C. Which of the following number line represent the operation for − − (− ? 4 7) A. 0 L C. D. 36 2 − ( − 3) + ( − 4 ) A. 9.m.775 C. K = − 12. B. in km. D. RM 59. RM 138. −8 0 3 . D.5 kg 1 kg 500 g 500g 32 10 −13 = A. 4 21 Prawn 34 −4−4 = A. Seafood Crab Fish Price per kg RM 25 RM 26 RM 28 Quantity 3. 0 −8 35 2−4−6 A.50 a. −4 −3 −2 −1 0 1 2 3 D. L = 12 37 1 −5 C. 9 3 What is the value of K and of L ? − 9 − ( − 6) − ( + 4) A.75 C.35 a. −3 3 C.75 km on track P and 3km 50m on track Q. Mira has RM 200. B. What is the total distance.25 B. D. How much money is left after she paid for all the seafood ? A.29 The diagram is part of a number line. B.50 8 1 C. 10. −7 10 C.8 6. Paper 2 ends at 1. K = − 10. 30 −8 K = − L = 12 4. 5.05 p. K=− L=6 9. B. −3 3 C. D. Test Paper 1 Time Allocation 1 1 hours 4 −7 −6 −5 −4 −3 −2 −1 0 B. −2 −1 C. m 10. D. 7 1 C. D. that Ramli runs ? A. At what time must the candidates be in the hall before Paper 1 starts ? A.50 RM61. L = 8 D. D. B. m. 0 1 40 The table shows three types of seafood bought by Mira. 39 9. m C. m −3 −2 −1 0 1 2 3 4 31 Ramli runs 2. 5−6 = A.25 RM 140.10 a. 1 hours 2 All candidates must be in the examination hall 10 minutes before Paper 1 starts. B. B.125 5. 13 0 33 − 9 + 12 = A.

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