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Pupils’ copy QUESTION 1 Question: Determine the numbers of significant figures in each of the numbers given below: a) 48.173 5 b) 0.049 271 c) 26 078 d) 1.005 Solution:

QUESTION 2 Question: Express each of the following numbers correct to 3 significant figures: a) 0.003 219 b) 38.270 01 c) 234 900 d) 7 891 Solution:

Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of significant figures 1/5

2 c) 34 000 ÷ 17 d) 9 ÷ 0.008 9 c) 349 781 d) 19 983 Solution: QUESTION 4 Question: Evaluate the following and state your answer correct to 2 significant figures.9 × 3.3 Solution: Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of significant figures 2/5 . F4AM00401F QUESTION 3 Question: Express each of the following numbers correct to 4 significant figures: a) 0.8 × 1.040 862 b) 51.01 b) 0.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 01: Significant figures. a) 2.

b) 3 significant figures c) 4 significant figures Solution: Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of significant figures 3/5 .Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 01: Significant figures. State the time taken correct to a) 2 significant figures. F4AM00401F QUESTION 5 Question: In an experiment. it is found that a light takes 0.46457 second to get from point A to point B in a straight line.

003 22 b) 38.008 9 g) 349 781 h) 19 983 Solution: a) 0. F4AM00401F ACTIVITY SHEET Teacher’s copy QUESTION 1 Question: Determine the numbers of significant figures in each of the numbers given below: e) 48.005 Solution: a) 6 b) 5 c) 5 d) 4 QUESTION 2 Question: Express each of the following numbers correct to 3 significant figures: e) 0.01 c) 349 800 d) 19 990 Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of significant figures 4/5 .040 86 b) 51.003 219 f) 38.040 862 f) 51.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 01: Significant figures.049 271 g) 26 078 h) 1.270 01 g) 234 900 h) 7 891 Solution: a) 0.173 5 f) 0.3 c) 235 000 d) 7 890 QUESTION 3 Question: Express each of the following numbers correct to 4 significant figures: e) 0.

9 x 3.9 x 3. F4AM00401F QUESTION 4 Question: Evaluate the following and state your answer correct to 2 significant figures.465 seconds (correct to 3 significant figures) c) 0.97 (correct to 2 significant figures) c) 34 000 ÷ 16 = 2125 = 2100 ((correct to 2 significant figures) d) 6693 ÷ 3 = 2 231 = 2 200 (correct to 2 significant figures) QUESTION 5 Question: In an experiment.8 x 1.7 (correct to 2 significant figures) b) 0.46457 second to get from point A to point B in a straight line.729 = 8.2 g) 34 000 ÷ 17 h) 9 ÷ 0.01 = 8.01 f) 0.8 x 1.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 01: Significant figures. e) 2. State the time taken correct to d) 2 significant figures.3 Solution: a) 2. it is found that a light takes 0.968 = 0.46 seconds (correct to 2 significant figures) b) 0. e) 3 significant figures f) 4 significant figures Solution: a) 0.4646 second (correct to 4 significant figures) Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of significant figures 5/5 .21 = 0.

ACTIVITY SHEET Pupils’ copy QUESTION 1 Question: Write each of the following in standard form: a) 42 b) 0. a) 1.37 x 10-6 d) 1. .2 x 104 b) 9.8 x 10-9 Solution: Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of standard form to solve problems.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 02: Standard form.45 x 10-7 e) 9.0804 d) 82 000 e) 7 000 000 Solution: QUESTION 2 Question: Convert the numbers in standard form to single numbers.7 x 108 c) 2.06 c) 0.

Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 02: Standard form.4 x 104 d) 10-6 – 2 x 10-2 e) 1.9 x 10-1) b) 8.9 x 10-2) + (3.004 75 b) 3 000 x 7 000 c) 15 000 x 2 000 d) 90 000 ÷ 300 e) 45 000 ÷ 90 f) 750 000 ÷ 500 Solution: QUESTION 4 Question: Evaluate the following and give your answer in standard form: a) (2. .7 x 102 c) 1.1 x 102 Solution: Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of standard form to solve problems.3 x 103 – 4.4 x 105 – 6.53 x 103 + 6. QUESTION 3 Question: Evaluate the following and give your answer in standard form: a) 6 x 0.

Give your answer in standard form. b) The total tonnage of these ships was 846 million tonnes. a) Write the exact value of 127 242 in standard form.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 02: Standard form. Solution: Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of standard form to solve problems. Calculate the average tonnage per ship in 1995. QUESTION 5 Question: There are 127 242 ships calling at the port of Port Klang in1995. .

7 x 108 c) 2. a) 1.2 x 101 b) 6 x 10-2 c) 8.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 02: Standard form.2 x 104 b) 9.000 002 37 d) 0. ACTIVITY SHEET Teacher’s copy QUESTION 1 Question: Write each of the following in standard form: a) 42 b) 0.04 x 10-2 d) 8.000 000 145 e) 0.8 x 10-9 Solution: a) 12 000 b) 970 000 000 c) 0.37 x 10-6 d) 1.06 c) 0. .45 x 10-7 e) 9.2 x 104 e) 7.0804 d) 82 000 e) 7 000 000 Solution: a) 4.0 x 106 QUESTION 2 Question: Convert the numbers in standard form to single numbers.000 000 009 8 Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of standard form to solve problems.

2 x 103 c) 7.1 x 102 Solution: a) 4.004 75 b) 3 000 x 7 000 c) 15 000 x 2 000 d) 90 000 ÷ 300 e) 45 000 ÷ 90 f) 750 000 ÷ 500 Solution: a) 0.0285 b) 2.7 x 102 c) 1.53 x 103 + 6.0 x 102 e) 1. Give your answer in standard form. . Solution: a) 1.6 x 104 d) – 1.999 x 10-2 e) 8.4 x 105 – 6. QUESTION 3 Question: Evaluate the following and give your answer in standard form: a) 6 x 0. a) The total tonnage of these ships was 846 million tonnes.19 x 10-1 b) 9.648748 x 103 Learning Area: Understand and use the concept of standard form to solve problems. c) Write the exact value of 127 242 in standard form.Mathematics Form 4 Lesson 02: Standard form.272 42 x 105 b) 6. Calculate the average tonnage per ship in 1995.3 x 103 – 4.1 x 107 c) 3.5 x 103 QUESTION 4 Question: Evaluate the following and give your answer in standard form: a) (2.9 x 10-1) b) 8.4 x 104 d) 10-6 – 2 x 10-2 e) 1.0 x 107 d) 5.9 x 10-2) + (3.9 x 102 QUESTION 5 Question: There are 127 242 ships calling at the port of Port Klang in1995.

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