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Form 2 Revision Exercises

Form 2 Mathematics Revision Exercises 1


Section A 1 2 3 4 5 Find cos if cos3 = 0.9. If a : b = 2 : 3 and a : c = 1 : 5, find a : b :c. Factorize x + 3ay - xy - 3ax. Evaluate 0.217 0.252 to 3 significant figure. Find the value of x in the following figure.
80 70 60 x 60
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6 7 8 9 10

s = ut +

1 2 at . Find a when s = 100, u = 5 and t = 10. 2


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Find the quotient and remainder of (x + x - 9) (x - 3). Simplify (x - 3)(x + 1) - (x + 2). A(1 , 3), B( 2 ,4) and C(a , 0) are the vertices of triangle such that ABC = 90. Find the value of a. The figure shows a circular sector of radius 10cm. Find the perimeter of the sector to 4 significant figures.
2 3

60 10cm

11 12

If

a = 1.3, find

2a + 3a .

The figure shows two gears. Gear A has 16 teeth and gear B has 24 teeth. If gear A makes 24 revolutions, then how many revolutions will gear B make? Make k the subject of the formula C =
1 (h - 3k). 3

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Form 2 Revision Exercises Section B 14 A square ABCD of side 4cm is inscribed in a circle of centre O.
A 4 cm D

(a) (b) 15 16

Find the radius of the circle. Find the area of the shaded part. 2 4x + 1 x ( x 1)( x + 1)

Simplify the expression

ABC is a triangle with AB = 8cm. D is a point on AC such that DB = 7cm and DC = 4 c m . I f A D = x cm and BC = y cm, find the values of x and y.
A x cm D 4 cm C

8 cm 7 cm y cm B

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(a) (b)

Factorise abc - b - 1 + ac. If each interior angle of a regular n- sided polygon is 140, find the value of n.

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The figure shown is formed by three semi-circular arcs. If the diameters of the two smaller semi-circular arcs are 4 cm and 2 cm respectively, find
4cm 2cm

(a) (b)

the perimeter of the figure; the shaded area.

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Form 2 Revision Exercises Given that a +


bx c = d . Find x. x

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(a) (b)

Make B the subject of the formula E =

B2 4K + S. 2D

Section C 20. A(1,6), B(3,3) and C(6,5) are the vertices of a triangle. y A(1,6)

C(6,5) B(3,3) O
(a) (b) (c) (d)

x
Find the lengths of AB, BC and CA. (Give your answers in surd form i.e. in Hence, or otherwise, show that ABBC. Find the area of ABC. Find ACB.

form.)

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Form 2 Revision Exercises

Form 2 Mathematics Revision Exercises 2


Section A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. How many sides has a polygon so that the sum of its interior angles is 2700 ? Find x in the proportion $x : $2.2 = 2 kg : 160g . Round off the number 349.49701 to 5 significant figures. Find the lower limit of 2000 m which is correct to 2 significant figures. Referring to Fig. A5, find the unkown k. Referring to Fig. A6, the length of the minute-hand of a clock is 12 cm. Find the area swept by the minute-hand in 16 minutes.

Fig. A5

Fig. A6 7. 8. 9. Factorize a ( x y ) + b ( y x ) . Simplify


4m 5 5 + . 2 8m 12 m 2a + u , when x = 5 and a = 9. au

Find the value of u from the formula x =

10. A car travels 35 km in

3 hour. How far will it travel in 27 min? 4 x x = 2 to x. c d

11. Change the suject of the formula

12. Calculate the distance between A(3, -5) and B(6, -2).

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13. Find the slope of the straight line joining P(-2, 3) and Q(3, -2). 14. Refferring to the Fig. A14, find b.

Fig. A14

Section B 15. The measure of an interior angle (?) of an n-sided regular 180 (n 2) polygon is given by the formula = n (a) Express n in terms of ?. (b) The Fig. B1 shows a portion of an n-sided regular polygon. Find n. Fig. B1

16. 4 men have enough food for 20 weeks. How long would the food last for 10 men? 17. In the Fig. B3, ABCDE is a pentagon (5-sided). Find x. 18. In the Fig. B4, Show that B is a right angle. 19. Referring to Fig. B5, find the unknown k.

Fig. B3

Fig. B4

Fig. B5
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20. Referring to Fig. B6, find the shaded area.

Fig. B6 Section C 21. The Fig. C2 shows a retangular pentagon ABCDE and the length of each side is 21 cm. Within the pentagon, there are five arcs PQ, QR, RS, ST and TP. The centers of the arcs PQ, QR, RS, ST and TP are A, B, C, D and E respectively. (a) (b) (c) Find the sum of the interior angles of the pentagon. Find the sum of the arc lengths. Find the total area of the 5 sectors (the shade region).

Fig. C2

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Form 2 Mathematics Revision Exercises 3


Simultaneous linear equations in two unknows and inequalities 1. Solve 2( a + 3b ) = 4 (a) a 5b = 6 2( 2a 3b) 3(a 3b) = 2 (b) 2 2 ( a + 1) (a 2) 5(a + b ) = 3

3x 2 y = 10 (c) 3y 5x = 16
3 2 2x y = 10 (d) 5 3 13 = 2 4 x 2y

2.

Sally is 4 years older than her sister Sandy. Their ages add up to 20. How old is each of them ? [12, 8] A bag contains five-dollar coins and two-dollar coins amounting to $110. If the number of two-dollar coins exceeds the number of five-dollar coins by 6, find (a) the number of each kind of coins in the bag; (b) the ratio of the number of five-dollar coins to the number of two-dollar coins. [14, 20, 7 : 10 ]

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4.

(a) Copy and complete the following tables: y = 2x + 1 2x + y + 4 = 0 x -2 0 2 x -4 -2 0 y y (b) (c) (d) Draw the lines representing the given equations in the same coordinate plane. Write down the coordinates of the point of intersection of the two lines. y = 2x +1 Hence solve the simultaneous equations: 2 x + y + 4 = 0 [-3, 1, 5, 4, 0, -4] [(-1.25, -1.5)]

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Form 2 Revision Exercises 5. The length of a rectangle is 5 cm longer than the breadth. The perimeter is 42 cm. What are the length and the breadth of the rectangle ? [13, 8] 6. Solve and represent the solution graphically. (a) 6 3(x + 1) > 18 (b) (x + 1) 2 (x + 2) 2 x 7. If the sum of two consecutive even numbers is not greater than 28, find the greatest value of the smaller number. [14]

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Form 2 Revision Exercises Answers : Revision Ex. 1 Section A 1. 0.989 5. 90 o 9. 6 13.


h 3C 3

2. 6.

2:3:10 1

3. 7.

(x 3a)(x y) x+4 3

4. 8.

0.0547 3x2 + x 5

10. 30.47 cm

11. 291

12. 16

Section B 14.(a) 15.


2 x +1

2 2 cm

(b) 8 16 cm2 or 9.13 cm2

16. x = 1.57, y = 5.74 17. (a) 18. (a) 19. (a) (b + 1)(ac 1) 6 cm or 18.8 cm x=
c a+bd

(b) 9 (b) 6 cm2 or 18.8 cm2 (b) B = 4D 2 ( E S) 2 + 4K

Section C 20. (a)


13, 13 , 26

(c) 6.5

(d) 45 o

Revision Ex. 2 Section A 1. 5. 17 k=2 2. 6. 27.5 90.48 cm2 3. 7. 349.50 (a b)(x y)


2cd dc

4. 8.

1950 m 2m 15 24m 2

9.

u = 4.5

10. 21 km 14. 15.97

11.

12. 4.243

13. 1

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Section B 15. (a) n = 16. 8 17. 52 o 19.


16 3

360 o 180 o

(b) n = 12

20. 235.6 cm

Section C 21. (a) 540 o (b) 98.96 cm (c) 519.5 cm2

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