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(a)

## In 2010, the ratio of male population : female population in a city was 3 : 5.

The male population was 15 000.
(i)

Show that the total population of the city in 2010 was 40 000.

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(ii)

## As on 31 December 2010, Shakurs age was 66 years.

Write down the year when Shakur was born.

(iii)

In 2010, 10% of the total population of the city was above 65 years age.
Find the number of people in the city who were above 65 years age in 2010.

(b)

[1]

........................................ %

[3]

The population in the city in 2010 was an increase of 25% than it was in 2000.
Calculate the population of the city in 2000.

(d)

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## In 1990, the population of the city was 25 000.

Calculate the percentage increase in the population of the city from 1990 to 2010.

(c)

[1]

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[2]

By 2020, the population of the city is expected to increase by 30% than in 2010.
Estimate the population of the city in 2020.

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[2]
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## A bag contains 5 white balls and 6 yellow balls.

Two balls are chosen at random without replacement.
(a)

4
10
5
11

..........

(b)

white
ball

white
ball
..........

yellow
ball

..........

white
ball

..........

yellow
ball

yellow
ball

[3]

## Calculate the probability of choosing

(i) two white balls,

[2]

[3]

(c)

## A third ball is chosen at random without replacement.

Calculate the probability of choosing
(i)
three white balls,

(ii)

[2]

## at least one white ball.

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8
7
6
5
C
4
3
A

2
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9

x
1

1
2
B

3
4
5
6
7

(a)

## On the grid draw

(i)

5
the translation of shape A by the vector ,
3

(ii)

[2]

(b)

[2]

## Describe fully the single transformation that maps

(i)
shape A on to shape B,

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(ii)
shape A on to shape C.

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(c)

1 0
represents a transformation.
The matrix
0 2
1 0 1 2 3 4

.
(i) Calculate the matrix product
0 2 3 1 1 3

(ii) On the grid, draw the image of the shape A under this transformation.

[2]

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C
A

An accurate scale drawing of a farm shows its borders AB, BC, CD and DA.

(a)

## On the scale drawing 1 centimetre represents 50 metres.

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(b)

(c)

(i)
[2]

(ii)
[2]

(iii)
[2]

## the locus of points which are equidistant from BC and CD.

In the farm
(i)

mango trees are grown not more than 350 metres from A and nearer to BC than to

CD.
Write MANGO TREES in this region.
[1]

(ii)

there is a farm house more than 350 metres from A and nearer to C than to D and
nearer to CD than to BC.
Write FARM HOUSE in this region.

[1]
(iii)

cattle are kept in the region nearer to C than to D and nearer to BC than to CD.
[1]

(d)

The only entrance to the farm is on a border and more than 350 metres from A and
nearer to D than to C and nearer to BC than to CD.

## On a border of the farm, mark ( X ) to represent the entrance to the farm.

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(a)

A
x cm

NOT TO
SCALE
7 cm

(x+4) cm

## In a right-angled triangle ABC, AB = x cm, BC = (x+4) cm and AC = 17 cm.

(i) Show that 2 x 2 8x 33 0 .

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(ii)

Solve 2 x 2 8x 33 0 .
Show all your working and give answers correct to 2 decimal places.

(iii)

## Calculate the perimeter of the right-angled triangle.

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(b)

The cost of 3 puzzle kits and 4 quiz kits cost \$74.

........................................cm

[1]

## The cost of 5 puzzle kits and 2 quiz kits cost \$79.

(i)

Use p for puzzle kits and q for quiz kits, form two equations in p and q.

(i) .....................................................
.....................................................

(ii)

[2]

Find the cost of one puzzle kit and the cost of one quiz kit.

(ii)

p = \$........................................

q = \$........................................ [3]
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(a)

1
m
2
(i)

and

7
n
6

(ii)

## Calculate the value of 5m + n .

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[2]

(b)

T
Q
NOT TO
SCALE

P
p

[2]

R
r

## In the diagram, O is the origin and OPQR is a parallelogram.

OP = p and OR = r.
S is the mid-point of RQ.
T is on PQ such that PT : TQ = 3 : 1
Find the following vectors in terms of p and/ or r

PQ ,
(i)

(ii)

RS ,

(iii)

## the position vector of S,

(iv)

TQ ,

(v)

TS ,

(vi)

RT .

[1]

[1]

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[2]

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[1]

[2]

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NOT TO
SCALE
40 cm

40 cm

5 cm

5 cm

Diagram 2

Diagram 1

(a)

(i)

## Calculate the volume of the cylinder.

[2]

Diagram 2 shows two identical wooden cones made after removing some wood from the cylinder.
(ii)

## Calculate the volume of one wooden cone.

[The volume V, of a cone of radius r and height h, is

1
r 2h ]
3

(iii)

## Calculate the volume of wood removed.

(b)

(i)

[2]

........................................cm3

Show that the slant height, l, of the cone is 20.6 cm correct to 3 significant figures.

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[2]

[2]
(ii)

Calculate the total surface area of the two identical wooden cones.
[Surface area of a cone of radius r and slant height, l, is r l r 2 ]

(c)

[2]

## The two identical cones are painted over its surfaces.

A small bottle of paint costs 75 cents and can be used to paint 225cm2.
(i)

Calculate the number of paint bottles to be purchased to paint the two identical

cones.

[2]

## (ii) Calculate, in \$ (dollars), the total cost of the paint bottles.

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## The table below shows the javelin throw distances of 55 athletes.

(a)

(i)

Distance (d metres)

Number of athletes

20 d 25

25 d 35

20

35 d 50

15

50 d 55

10

55 d 65

## Write down the modal class.

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(ii)

(b)

(i)

[1]

[4]

## Complete the table for frequency density.

Distance (d metres)

Number of athletes

Frequency density

20 d 25

25 d 35

20

35 d 50

15

50 d 55

10

55 d 65

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[4]

(ii)

On the grid, complete the histogram to show the information in the table.

1.5
Frequency
density
1

0.5

d
20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

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Distance (metres)

60
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65

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g ( x) x 2 2 x

f ( x) 11x 8

9
(a)

Find
(i)

(ii)

(b)

f (2) ,

[1]

[1]

g (3) .

## Find the inverse function f

( x) .

(c)

(d)

( x ) =........................................

[2]

[2]

(i)

f ( x) 8x 11 ,

## Answer (d) (i) x =........................................

(ii)

g ( x) f ( x) .

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[2]

## Answer (d) (ii) x =.................... cm or x =.................... cm [4]

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(a)
3

2
Distance
from
home
in
km
1

Home
H

0
15: 00

16: 00

17: 00

18: 00

19: 00

Time
The distance time graph shows Jozfins bicycle ride.
She started from home at 15 00 hrs.
During her ride she stopped for a rest at a park.
(i) Write down the time at which Jozfin reached the park?

[1]

## Answer (a) (ii) ........................................ km/hr [2]

Jozfin had a flat-tyre at 17 30.
It took 30 minutes to repair the flat tyre.
She then cycled home at 5 km/hr.

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(iii)
information.

On the grid above, draw and complete the distance-time graph to show this
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(b)

10
Speed
(m/s)

10

20

40

30

50

60

Time (seconds)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

## Calculate the average speed for the entire 55 seconds.

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