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CERTIFICATE DF EDUCATION EXAMINATION (ENGLISH) 1969

4.

If x is the measure of an acute angle such that A .
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tan x
_Il_

=1, then
D.

sin x=

1l+2

B __ 2_ . .j4-a'

C.

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_2_

E.
Ans .

S.

The scale of a map is 1 : i584O. A. 1 inch represents

t- mile.

Which of the following statements is false?

B. MATHEMATICS, Syuiwus B C. D.
Candidate No .....••...•....•..... _ .. 6.

1 ern. represents 1 inch represents .. inches represent 1 part represents

1·584 KIn. 15840 inches. 1 mile. 15840 parts,
with Ans ..

PAPER I Tlme allowed - Two hours

E.

Answo r all questions. Maries will be awarded only for answers which are completely be written on this u '. W· e or rou work, but need not be handed in. Use

correct. All answers must . .• .

p is a djgit of the "!noblr 79,,,31.136 fOllOWIng statements about p is true? A.

COIItamil 11 IS one of its fllet6rs. WhiCh of the C.
be detennined.

O<p<:3
p can be any value.

B.

R. to denote the set of real numbers,

4<p<6
P cannot

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Ans .

and

I to denote

the set of integers. 7.

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E.

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1.

c· iven

a=3750,
A. B. C. D. E.

b=0'62,
than

c=0·87,

d=I·25,

then the

. value

of

d+~

ac+bd

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Any angle greater than a right angle is an obtuse angle. Any figure which has all its sides equal is a regular figtm. No prime number can be even, as all even numbers are divisible by 2.

is greater

10 10 and 1

n.
m.
A.

lies between lies between lies between is smaller

Which of the following

is conect? I is true. n is true. m is true. are true. is true.

1 and 0'1

Only statement Only statement Only statement

0·1 and 0·01
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than 0·01

B.
C. D. E.

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Which of the follOwing is an expression are '"".11

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in the form

Il

+ bi , where

a and

b 8.

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A.
B.

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0+

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C. D.

0 + 21 2 + Oi

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increases.'

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y = -6; when

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of the graJlh is ~ter

than one. the point

D.

The graph, if continued, (3, -5) is not a point

passes ehrcugh on the graph.

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ana IOt1iB.
13th and 14th E.

11th and 12th none

C.

12th and 13th
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oC these.

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" ... " . P.0-0864 0·9295 0·2939 III. In figure 5. Xl Xl Xl equations has the solution set {2.•. U. I ..•. -...R ==--:=1--'-". 6.. (p'nQ')Up' (pnQ)UR' (f)---(1) (I) Each of the algebraic identities numbers. f. .> E.. u n 11 " .•• _ . . + ...3 }1 I rTT'T"""'T"rl~------. .3 and f(t(t» = t.. Which of the following shows the graph of the inverse function y = (. ..... = 10030 100300 I and III are COITect. __ " •. . . 15.•.•. 3t .•..••.. e.•..x+(y+z) %J' Ans . ~ ~~ .. Which one or more of the regions AIls ..•.. 2t + 3 such that 'Ix::r + 9='9 rsIl} = 2t .. 5...••• _ .•.. " -. Ans.. of symmetry? [(P U Q) n It]' nQ . 4.... ••.. D. . Wltich of the following AB. .••. +36' 2 --."..P~U_Q~_n_R (e) (d) 17. p'h (p -i-) _ . .. " Ans " : .. II t 11 " tI II I' II II -II " II " " " " :' B. Name them. 7. g. I . .. 11 tI II 11 " II II II If II If II II II II " " II n " I 0.• (1) xy i~ also a real number.... .. D. d. f+ e It .. p2'h p3 2~ p 1'h P --3- +.7)' . . " " .1:) 1 r: 1.R... E.- II i . . fI tI 11. _ ....•. _ .0'0864 Which of the following is true? A. . _ ••.• _ •.C'\ If + ~ \: .. (a) ~-------I " " " . then Ans..... . II and IV are correct...1 2 is 16. + .••.. Ans ... 2.... I and IV are correct.•••. ..••.. (1) ----13:--WIUcIrOf1hTfOllowmg bgures liaS t1ie smanest number h}_(. II II " It I d II " If II I... n. II . II and III are correct. . b. (316'7)' (316. .2 D_ t+3 E.-.. MATtiS 111_'.. E. h are represented by 5 a.•. SECTION B Am . Figure 3 shows the graph of the function y = [(.. " " I b II a" ... Wltich of the following A.1 II c I - -Sx+6 +5x+6 -5x-6 0 0 0 0 0 is equal to Ans •... 3. " " " "Q -. 36 . IV.".-+-fop* oraxes c....•.. A s c = (I) (1) (1) ]'X D E lc} (d) x(y + z) (x xy+n xz + yz Ans •.. (1) (1) thl 10.. . C. C. " " " .••• + y)z -. e. B.. II " " 11 I I It II " II If 1f " II It II II II II " tI II " tl 'I II II II II II II II " " " II " II 11 '11 II II II n II " II I I J:'. (a) (b) given below illustrates one of the properties of real . which of the following 3t .. D. """ """" II II .::. ... If f and g are functions equal to g(tp A. ·-·----·---·-----Ans Ans.goLr .. " " " .. ·h p 2~ -36' p'h B.. """" """" . U = MARKS set of each of the following:2x {I.414. 9} (a) {x: A B c f(t) D Give tho sorution +4 = 10.-2Ans .) 1 1 ? . ....... x E U} Ans Aru . y ire-real numbers. 8. None of them is correct. The figures for the following statements are as read from four-figure tables: 9... . 3t + 2 c..-7e7 Please IUm over If x. -!P(p -7.1:)...• xl -x-6 xl+x+6 12... " I II II P" " " II " " " II II 11 " It It II " II tI II II " . (x+y)+z=...• .-3- . Q and It are rectangles....

. radius If GH = 6 em. . . . X.:. . the universe is { multiples of 3 } { odd numbers } { even numbers } EU F (A B d E F (a) (b) x y Write down the first 7 elements of each of Ans B)' Ans (2) (2) a n z (3) 22... .. Z and arcs a.f_. • • . bj-a1l"those-who--are<loHn-the--swimming-team-have--to-take-part-in-athletic-sports. . (4) BU F S (2) (2). . Am " . .. = )". . .c_:i=n_:te"'ltrlS=. . .. . . . Simplify: (al (b) -2 3e -3 2 ~ {fi"i + n - 2C 6 5' _8 ) 7 Ans. 2. find y. .. . . the set of those boys who take part in the athletic sports. In the following sets. the set of those boys who play football.. . • .. ::!1. . Given 706..-6- -5MA-RXS IS. • . what is the length of GK? Am. Calculate LCDE. Given 123.. Ans. . • • . • • .-----(c) aU those who swim do not take part in athletic sports. BE in terms of t and r. .. d. .. Find the solution set of Please tum over htATHS BI-a . _ •• (2) In figure 6. . c.. . = X1O. . . Ans. . . 5 em. . Am. A B Ans. . . . . . (4) 23. . . • . . . Let C F B S A o = = the set of those boys who play basketball. n A HK is a diameter of a circle HKG. . . .. ..I1'--and b.•. . . Ans Ans. = OC = Find t. ABeD is a paraIlelogrun. . I... x . c. . . .. . . . . How many planes of symmetry pass through (a) (b) a regular tetrahedron a sphere the set of all boys in a certain school.. . If [a} all boys in the school play either basketbaU or football. 3. . (2) (2) (2) 27. 17\1" D MARKS E C s-~. Am. .-and. . AM. In figure . (2) j/ .::.. . .. . E is the mid-point of IX. . . • . = the empty set. • . . . 19. .ffi6 {O. . . . . . .. (3) 1S. • . . . Y. }:- (3) z [c} tan 9. .~ express__.:o:.sin ~ + cos t1 Write down the incidence matrix for the network shown in figure 1 with n. the set of those boys in the swimming team. . Ans. AS and DE are tangents to the circle BCD. 20. . . . • . . • . . • • . . •• (2) (2) In figure 8. .. . • . .. . . . b.. 26. D"'). .. Ans •••. _ express each of the following as one of the above setsi(i) (ii) 24. find. .

••••••• T = (~ ~) maps a unit square OABC (see figure) onto OA' :t B' C'.-1 .. Calculate (i) (ii) the vertical height of the pyramid. me sum . Syllabus B PAPER a a FtgLlre 10 EXAMINATION (ENGLISH) n a Time allowed . (4) 1.--. c e. HONG KONG CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION 1959 MATHEMATICS.. Slide rules may NOT be (b) A pyramid has a square base of ride 8 inches. 0 A :>: 2. clear diagrams where appropriate. [a} A ship after sailing 100 miles due East in the Southern Hemisphere finds that her longitude has altered by 2° 36'. What is her latitude? (The Earth is taken as a sphere of radius 3960 miles and used in this part). Find the coordinates ofD. Using the x coordinate to represent the real component of a complex number and the y coordinate ------!o-represent-the-imaginary-oomponent.%4 Calculate . Three scmi-circles are shown in ligan: 10. Candidates are expected to draw large. The slant edges are each 10 inches long. . ADs. ~ 2·5i ~ %.-- . whose position vector is ( ~: ). •.-730. Slide rules may be used except in questions which state otherwise.Two hours Answer any SIX questions. its volume.p!ot-the-points-representing-the-following-numbers-fuse-2-inches-to represent I unit):- ---- (i) (li) %. %3 %4 = J"J + i -I + J3i (iii) (Iv) .J3-i 1- J3i (v) %. _--------- --- Please tum over MATHS 112. is the image of D. 3. and to give answers to a suitable degree of accuracy where this is not stated. Fmd the ratio of the iliided area to of the unshaded areas. The transformation matrix (a) (b) (e) Use R to denote file set of_rat numbers. What are the coordinates of B '? What is the determinant of the matrix? D'.•. 11' to be 3·142. %.

x". x. is tall or ugly. q. !l. (-6. (1·20. and estimate the median from it.K.p V q) using p and q as defined Diowhtg ail Jlece:.a) (s . Making use of the table.b)(s . 2·72). (b) and (e) are concurrent. list out in tabular form any to find p if (p.'iHS Bi-3 . of employees 8 10 16 14 10 5 - 599·9 699·9 799·9 899·9 999·9 1099·9 1199'9 600 - 700 800 900 - -. to find x if eX. ++. Show that the set G forms a group under the operation "followed by". 360· in the anticlockwise direction of a line segment OH about a point 0 in the .s(s .I-40}. (1·00. to fmd q if (0·70..c) s . 1-49). Consider G = {p.} (d) Show that the lines obtained in (a).~~" ! where I '! c) Make a statement for the proposition (p 1\ .----noo. The monthly salaries of 65 employees of a certain fum are shown in the following table. 2) with the given gradient Find the equation of the line joining the two given points: Find the equation of the line parallel to the given line through the given point (-4·5. and (a) (0·00. s denote respectively a rotation of 90·. 1·22). . It is false that h.q) ~ above. (a) (b) THREE similar properties between a translation and a rotation. Draw a graph of ['. s } where p. 4·06). -I). eO·70 = 3.:sarysteps. 270·. 8. x. Find the equation of the perpendicular bisector of the line segment joining the points and (5. or he is taU and ugly. +n(n+l) =tn(n+l}(n+2) where n is any positive integer. x {(x. (.2). 9... (a) He is short and ugly. ~A. and ·CWiStIact a lIUdt table of die proposition. 1000 - ~ Total 6S Calcufate the mean salary of the employe es. 3-(0) is an element of the set.00 (e) (. It is not true that he is taU or not ugly. 10. (2. (O·gO. f = {(x. r. 0 !Ii"oa 3. (a) Construct an addition table of modulo 3 for the set {O.. 7. \$ 500 No.. show that this addition operation is commutative. 6. y = R} (Take 5 inches as unit for and 2 inches as unit for y. (a) Prove by mathematical induction the following: IX2+2X3+3X4+ . 2·23).. 1·82). 2) (b) (il) (ill) By drawing another graph on the same axes. (0·40. 180·. set . O'. 14).2}. Use the graph (i) (0·20. r. He is neither short nor ugly. y e R} is a given function Some of the elements of this (0·60. (iv) (v) (vi) (b) = ". (1·40. q) is an element of the set. Monthly salaries in U. I). He is short.xy-plane. (a) {b) (e) Find the equation of the line through the given point (5.-3· -2· Lot p be "He is short" and let q be "he is ugly".1. q. find the solution of {x:eX=4x. 1-00).I. (b) Draw a flow chart to show the steps in calculating t:. Write each of the following statements in symbolic fonn using p and q:(i) (ii) (iii) 4. 3·32). He is short but not ugly.splay the data in a cumulative frequency polygon. y): x + y = 0.y): y = eX.