# Revision Final MTH1022 APR 2013

1. State the degree, leading coefficient, constant term and type for the following polynomials: a. b. c. d. e. f. 2. Given . [ ] and [ ]. Calculate 3. Given
[ [ [ ] and [ ]. Calculate .

4. Given matrix 5. Given matrix 6. Given 7. Find
if [

]. Find determinant of . ]. Find determinant of . ]. Find . [ ] [ ] [ ]

8. Find the derivative for the following functions: a. b. c.
( ) ( ) ) and ∫( ) . , the

9. Find the integral of ∫(

10. Skewness is a measure of data distribution. If curve will distributed as : A. Symmetrical B. Skewed to the left (Negative skewed) C. Skewed to the right (Positive skewed) D. Skewed both side

11. Which is the following is a Special Continuous Probability Distribution Function. A. Binomial Distribution Function. B. Poisson Distribution Function. C. Uniform Distribution Function. D. Normal Distribution Function. 12. The set of all possible outcomes of the experiment is called: A. Event B. Experiment C. Sample space D. Outcomes 13. If S and T are two events and P(T) = 0.4, P(S n T) = 0.15 and P(S) = 0.5, find P(S U T).

14. Find the values of b, c, d and e in the following matrix equation: [ ] [ ] [ ]

15. The table below gives the number of cake sold by three programmes to raise funds for their college. Plain Cake Marble Cake Carrot Cake

Programme DVI DVA DMS

Total 19 34 42 is a square matrix of

i. Express this information in the form of a matrix equation order 3 and both and are column matrices with [ ]

, where

ii. Find | | iii. Find which are Plain Cake, Marble Cake and Carrot Cake by using Cramer’s rule. 16. HAMM, DHAS, and DEFTECT will produce three productions. The table 1 below shows the number of production by each of them. Production (thousand) HAMM DHAS DEFTECT 2 1 2 Production (thousand) 1 1 2 Production (thousand) 1 1 1 Total Profit (RM, thousand) 122 87 146 , where [ ]

a. Table 1 represent the information above in the form of a matrix equation is a square matrix of order 3 and both and are column matrices with

b. Find | | c. Find the profit per company for each of the production by using Cramer’s rule. d. Determine how much ISUZU’s profit (in thousand) when it produced 2 of Production X, 1 of Production Y, and 3 of Production Z. 17.

Find the area between the graph of: y = x² - x - 2 and the ‘x’ axis, from x = -2 to x = 3.

18.

Find the area between 19.

and the

between the values

.

2 𝑥

-3

Calculate the AREA of the region bounded by the curve

and line

.

20. A manufacturer claims that the average life of their electric light bulbs is not more than 2000 hours. A random sample of 64 bulbs is tested and the life, , in hours recorded. The results obtained for average life of electric light in selected sample is 1997 hours and standard deviation is 12.31 hours. Is there sufficient evidence, at 1% level, that the manufacturer is over estimating the length of the life of the light bulbs? a. State the null and alternative hypothesis. b. Sketch the rejection region at . c. From the hypothesis in (a), test the manufacturer’s claim using significance.

, level of

21. An article reports that the mean amount of working hours per week for HAMM is less than 48.A researcher believes that this amount is suitable for automotive industry. However, the researcher wants to find out if the mean amount of working hours per week is 45 and standard deviation is 10 hours will affect the production.60 staff from one production are selected randomly. a. State the null and alternative hypothesis. b. Sketch the rejection region at . c. From the hypothesis in (a), test the researcher’s claim using , level of significance.

22. The selling price of a certain used car is inversely or negatively related to the age of a car. That is as the age increases, the selling price tends to decrease. The following table shows 10 cars of a certain mode. Selling price (Y) 980 1760 1100 600 2100 1600 1400 710 800 1800 Age in years (X) 5 3 5 8 2 3 4 7 6 3

a. b. c. d.

Plot the data on a scatter diagram. Interpret the result. Calculate the correlation coefficient ( ) between selling price and age in years. Interpret the result. Find the regression equation of selling price on age of cars. Estimate the selling price of a 1.5 years old car.

23. For a certain type of automobile, yearly repair cost in Ringgit Malaysia (Y) are approximately linearly related to the age in years (X) of the car. The following data show the sample of cars: Repair cost (Y) 80 99 79 138 170 140 114 83 94 110 a. b. c. d. Age (X) 2 3 1 7 10 8 4 4 2 5

Plot the data on a scatter diagram. Interpret the result. Calculate the correlation coefficient (r) between repair cost and age of the car. Interpret the result. Obtain the linear regression of Y on X. Estimate the repair cost of 6 years old and 3 years old.