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Which of the following groups can be defined as a set? A. Group of beautiful girls. B. Group of vehicle with three wheels. C. Group of the breadth oceans. D. Groups of small animals. The set of prime numbers between 10 and 30 is …. A. {11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29} B. {11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 27, 29} C. {11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29} D. {11, 13, 17, 23, 29}

9.

3.

Given that A = {natural numbers} B = {odd numbers} C = {prime numbers} Of the above sets, that can be a universal set for {19, 23, 29, 31, 41, 43, 47} is …. A. A and B C. B and C B. A and C D. A, B, and C

**4. If A=x-8<y<10, y ∈even integers, then nA is …. A. 7 C. 9 B. 8 D. 10
**

5. {2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13} can be express in a set-builder notation as ….

10. Given: U = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …, 10} P = {2, 3, 5, 7} Q = {1, 3, 5, 7} P∩Q = …. A. {1, 2, 9} B. {3, 5, 7} C. {4, 6, 8, 10} D. {1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9} 11. Given: U = {1, 2, 3, 4, …, 10} D = {1, 3, 5, 7, 9} E = {3, 5, 7, 10} D∪E = …. A. {3, 5, 7} B. {2, 4, 6, 8} C. {2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10} D. {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10} 12. Given:

A. B. C. D.

6.

xx<13, xx<15, xx<13, xx<15,

x∈odd numbers x∈odd numbers x∈prime numbers x∈prime numbers

The empty set in the following is …. A. Set of natural numbers between 1 and 5 that divisible by 3. B. Set of even number that divisible by prime number. C. Set of prime number between 19 and 23. D. Set of even number that visible by 3.

**A=first five of prime numbers B=Odd natural numbers less than 10 P-Q is ….
**

A. B. C. D. 13. {2, {2, {3, {3, 9} 11} 5, 7} 5, 9}

**7. Which of the following statements is
**

not true?

A. ⊂bicycle, becak, car B. 0,1⊂whole numbers C. yellow⊂the colour of traffic light D. candle⊂electronic equipment 8. The number of subset of y10<y<20, y∈prime numbers is …. A. 16 C. 48 B. 32 D. 64

U

•d •g

A

•a •e

B

•b

•c •f

On the above Venn diagram, A∩B' is …. A. {f, g} C. {d, e, f, g}

B. {e, d}

D. {a, b, c, d, e, f}

14. Given S = {1, 2, 3, 4, …, 8} A = {factor of 8}

B=n0<n≤5, n∈integers

A Venn diagram for the above sets is ….

16. The police did a check on safety of bicycle at a school, and found that 34 were without lights, 27 had defective brakes, and 17 had both faults. If 56 bicycles were without fault, how many bicycles were there in total? A. 27 C. 78 B. 61 D. 100

17.

A.

A

B

30 0

C 25 0 150 0

D

155 0 R S

U A

•8

P

Q

B

•1 • 4 •2

•3 •5

ABCD on the above figure is a straight line, a pair of parallel line is …. A. AP and BQ C. AP and CR B. BQ and CR D. CR and DS

B.

U A

•8 •6 •1 • 4 •2

B

•3 •5 •7

**18. 58 of a complete rotation is … A. acute angle C. obtuse
**

angle B. right angle angle D. reflex

19.

C.

U

•1 •6

B

•3 •5

•2 •4

•8

A

•7

650 730

y

D.

U

A •1 • 2

•4 •8

B

•1 • 2 •7 •5 •4 •3

20.

•6

**The value of y on the above figure is …. A. 170 C. 420 B. 250 D. 650
**

S

15. A newsagent conducts a survey of a street, and finds that out of 50 houses 30 take the Kaltim Post and 37 take Tribun Kaltim. If 3 houses take neither paper, how many take the Kaltim Post but not Tribun Kaltim? A. 14 houses C. 16 houses B. 23 houses D. 30 houses

V

6a

3a

T

U

In the above diagram, the value of a is ….

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A. 100 B. 300 21.

**C. 600 D. 900 25 0 The above diagram is … triangle. A. acute C. obtuse B. right D. isosceles
**

b c

a e d

**25. The angles of a triangle are 2x0, 3x50, and 4x+140. The measures of
**

them are ….

In the above diagram, the pair of vertically opposite angle is …. A. a and d C. b and d B. b and e D. c and e

A. B. C. D. 26.

380, 380, 420, 420,

520, 570, 580, 680,

and and and and

**900 850 900 700
**

C

2x 0

22.

120 0 110 0

3x 0

60 0

A

B

D

In the above diagram, ∠BAC is ….

A. 240 B. 720

x

C. 480 D. 600

R

y

27.

In the above diagram, the value of x + y is …. A. 1500 C. 1300 B. 1400 D. 1200

S

Q

T

23.

130 0 x

In the above diagram,PST = 20 cm, QT = 6 cm, PT = 4 cm, and RT = 8 cm. The area of the shaded region is …. A. 84 cm2 C. 168 cm2 B. 120 cm2 D. 240 cm2

In the above diagram, the value of x is …. A. 1100 C. 900 B. 1000 D. 800

60 0

**28. The perimeter of square with the area
**

of 64 cm2 is …. A. 8 cm B. 16 cm C. 32 cm D. 48 cm

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29.

12 cm

5 cm

33.

S

R

13 cm

20 cm In the above diagram, the area of shaded region is …. A. 60 cm2 C. 150 cm2

B. 65 cm2 30.

A D

D. 240 cm2

P Q In the above trapezium, PQ = 26 cm, SR = 10 cm, QR = 20 cm, and PS = 12 cm. Its area is …. A. 216 cm2 C. 432 cm2 B. 390 cm2 D. 780 cm2

**34. The length of diagonals of a square are 4x+6 cm and 2x+18 cm. The
**

C

E

area of that square is …. A. 288 cm2 C. 576 cm2 B. 450 cm2 D. 900 cm2

B In the above diagram, AB = 12 cm, BD = 10 cm, AC = 22 cm, and the

**35. The area of a rectangle is 60 cm2 and
**

its length is 12 cm. The perimeter of that rectangle is …. A. 10 cm C. 24 cm B. 17 cm D. 34 cm 36. The area of a rectangle is the same as the area of a square with the side of 8 cm. If the width of the rectangle is 4 cm, its length is …. A. 12 cm C. 24 cm B. 16 cm D. 32 cm

area of ∆ACD = 48 cm2. The area of kite ABCD is …. A. 132 cm2 C. 264 cm2 B. 144 cm2 D. 288 cm2

31.

D

C

( x + 15) 0

A

( 4 x + 15) 0

B

In the above parallelogram, ∠D is ….

**37. The area of a rhombus is 216 cm2 and
**

the length of one diagonal is 18 cm. The length of the other diagonal is …. A. 12 cm C. 24 cm B. 16 cm D. 48 cm

A. 300 B. 450

32.

C. 135 D. 1500

15 cm

10 cm

The area of the above rhombus is …. A. 25 cm2 C. 75 cm2 B. 60 cm2 D. 150 cm2

38.

D

C

A

In the above trapezium, AB = 14 cm, AD = DC = 6 cm, and DE =4 cm. The area of that trapezium is ….

E

B

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A. 40 cm2 B. 52 cm2 39.

8 cm

C. 80 cm2 D. 1082

6 cm

2 cm

4 cm

2 cm

The area of the above diagram is …. A. 32 cm2 C. 48 cm2 B. 44 cm2 D. 64 cm2

**40. Naruto paid Rp 252,000.00 to fence a
**

rectangular field with wire. If the cost of wire is Rp 6,000.00 per metre and the length of the field is 15 m, the width of the field is …. A. 6 m B. 12 m C. 15 m D. 30 m

41.

C D

A

B

In the above diagram, line AD is called as …. A. bisector C. midpoint B. median D. altitude

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