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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.
Answer (a) (i)

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(ii)

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


Write down the year when Shakur was born.

Answer (a) (ii) ........................................


(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.

Answer (a) (iii)


(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.

Answer (c)
(d)

........................................

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


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

Answer (b)
(c)

[1]

........................................

[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.

Answer (d)
........................................
[2]
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A bag contains 5 white balls and 6 yellow balls.


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

Complete the tree diagram.


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,

Answer (b) (i) ........................................

[2]

Answer (b) (ii) ........................................

[3]

(ii) one ball of each colour.

(c)

A third ball is chosen at random without replacement.


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

Answer (c) (i) ........................................


(ii)

[2]

at least one white ball.

Answer (c) (ii) ........................................


[3]
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y
8
7
6
5
C
4
3
A

2
1
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)

the rotation of shape A about (-2,-2) through 90 anticlockwise.

[2]

(b)

[2]

Describe fully the single transformation that maps


(i)
shape A on to shape B,
Answer (b) (i) .....................................................................................................................

........................................................................................................................................... [3]
(ii)
shape A on to shape C.
Answer (b) (ii) ....................................................................................................................

........................................................................................................................................... [3]
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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

Answer (c) (i)

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

[2]

[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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Calculate the length of the border DA in metres.

Answer (a) DA =........................................ m [2]

(b)

(c)

Using straight edge and compasses only construct

(i)
[2]

the locus of points which are 350 metres from A,

(ii)
[2]

the locus of points which are equidistant from C and D,

(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.
Shade this region.
[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.


[2]
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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 .
Answer (a) (i)

[3]
(ii)

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

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

(iii)

Calculate the perimeter of the right-angled triangle.

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(b)

Answer (a) (iii)


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.

Answer (b)

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

(ii)

[2]

Find the cost of one puzzle kit and the cost of one quiz kit.
Show all your working.

Answer (b)

(ii)

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

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

1
m
2
(i)

and

7
n
6

Find, as a single column vector, 5m + n.

Answer (a) (i)

(ii)

Calculate the value of 5m + n .

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[2]

(b)

Answer (a) (ii) ........................................


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 .

Answer (b) (i) ........................................

[1]

Answer (b) (ii) ........................................

[1]

Answer (b) (iii)

........................................

[2]

Answer (b) (iv)

........................................

[1]

Answer (b) (v) ........................................

[2]

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Answer (b) (vi)


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[2]
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NOT TO
SCALE
40 cm

40 cm

5 cm

5 cm

Diagram 2

Diagram 1

Diagram 1 shows a solid wooden cylinder of radius 5 cm and height 40 cm.


(a)

(i)

Calculate the volume of the cylinder.

Answer (a) (i) ........................................cm3

[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

Answer (a) (ii) ........................................cm3


(iii)

Calculate the volume of wood removed.

Answer (a) (iii)


(b)

(i)

[2]

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

Show that the slant height, l, of the cone is 20.6 cm correct to 3 significant figures.
Answer (b) (i)

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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 ]

Answer (b) (ii) ........................................cm2


(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.

Answer (c) (i) ........................................ bottles

[2]

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

Answer (c) (ii) $........................................


[2]
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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)

Answer (a) (i) ........................................

[1]

Answer (a) (ii) ........................................ m

[4]

Calculate the estimate mean.

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

5
[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

[4]
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g ( x) x 2 2 x

f ( x) 11x 8

9
(a)

Find
(i)

(ii)

(b)

f (2) ,

Answer (a) (i) ........................................

[1]

Answer (a) (ii) ........................................

[1]

g (3) .

Find the inverse function f

( x) .

Answer (b) f
(c)

(d)

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

[2]

Answer (c) fg(x) =...................................................

[2]

Find fg(x) in its simplest form.

Solve the equation


(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?
Answer (a) (i) ........................................

[1]

(ii) Calculate her speed after the rest at the park.

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
[3]

(b)

The graph shows an athletes running speed in a race.

10
Speed
(m/s)

10

20

40

30

50

60

Time (seconds)

(i)

Calculate the acceleration during the first 8 seconds.

Answer (b) (i) ........................................m/s2 [2]


(ii)

Calculate the distance travelled during the first 45 seconds.

Answer (b) (ii) ........................................ m [2]


(iii)

Calculate the average speed for the entire 55 seconds.

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Answer (b) (iii)


........................................ m/s [3]
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