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1. (a) Arrange 3.141, −3.147,π, −3.144 in descending order. (b) Estimate the value of EMBED Equation.3 significant figures. 21.29 × 24.98 , giving your answer correct to 3 3 342.9

Answer: (a) (b)

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2. Express EMBED Equation.3 (a) as a recurring decimal,

3 11

(b) as a percentage, correct to 3 significant figures.

Answer: (a) (b) 3. Write down the next term of each of the number sequences. (a) 3.47, 3.84, 4.31, 4.88, _______. (b) EMBED Equation.3 33, 65 63 ,32, , _______. 2 2

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Answer: (a)

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End-Of-Year Examination 2009

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Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1

School A and School B have 11 and 10 periods including recess respectively. (i) Pupils of which school are dismissed earlier on Friday? (ii) How much earlier? End-Of-Year Examination 2009 3 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 . after 07 30? (b) On Friday. Pupils of both schools must arrive in school by 07 20. (a) When is the next time that the bells of both schools go off at the same time. (a) If 4 students were unable to turn up for the project right from the start. how long would it take for the rest of the group to complete the project? (b) To build 3 similar projects. A group of 16 students can complete a project in 3 hours. Answer: (a) (b) _________________ hrs [1] _________________ hrs [1] 5. when the first bell goes off.Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) (b) ____________________ [1] 4. find the number of hours required by a group of 24 students assuming that they work at the same rate. The bell of School A goes off every 25 minutes while the bell of School B goes off every 30 minutes.

3 [ 3 u − u ( v + 8 ) ] − 9uv .3 as a single fraction. (b) b2 – c3. 1 and c = −2. (a) Simplify EMBED Equation. x + 4 3( x + 4 ) End-Of-Year Examination 2009 4 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 .Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) Answer: (a) (b) ____________________ [2] (i) School _____________ (ii) ________________ min [1] [1] 6. b = EMBED Equation. evaluate 5 Answer: (a) (b) ____________________ [1] ____________________ [1] 7. 12 4( x − 3) ÷ (b) Express EMBED Equation.2 (a) 7abc. Given that a = 3.

Hannah drove from Town A at an average speed of 66 km/h. End-Of-Year Examination 2009 5 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 . expressing it in the form a : b. Subtract EMBED Equation. find the ratio of Taylor’s speed to Hannah’s speed.Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) Answer: (a) (b) ____________________ [2] ____________________ [2] 8.3 (2 x 2 − xy + 3 y 2 ) from the sum of EMBED Equation.3 (3x 2 − 2 xy − y 2 ) 5 4 Answer: ________________________ [2] 9. Taylor left Town A 20 minutes later and drove at an average speed of x km/h.3 3 1 ( x 2 + 4 xy + y 2 ) and EMBED Equation. (a) If Taylor overtook Hannah in half an hour. where a and b are integers. show that the value of x is 110. [2] (b) Hence.

Calculate the value of (a) ∠ABE. A 35° F 65° E 110° C B End-Of-Year Examination 2009 6 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 . Answer: (a) $ __________________ [2] 11. ∠BCD = 110° and ∠EDC = 65°. . Calculate the price of the digital camera.Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) Answer: (b) ____________________ [1] 10. ABCD is a parallelogram. give your reasons clearly in D abbreviation form. The price of the digital camera was 20% that of the laptop. (b) ∠DEB. Given ∠EBC = 35°. In each case. Iris bought a digital camera and a laptop for $1680. and (c) reflex ∠BAD.

H G F and E A B C D Answer: (a) (b) 13.Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) Answer: (a) (b) (c) __________________ ° __________________ ° __________________ ° [2] [2] [2] 12. The bottom of the pool slopes uniformly throughout the length of the pool. Given that HA // GB HG // BE. (b) The diagram shows a regular octagon. A swimming pool is 100 m long and 40 m wide. Give your reasons clearly in abbreviation form. (a) Find the number of sides of a regular polygon given that each interior angle is 165°. (b) How much more water must be poured into the pool to fill it completely? n = ________________ __________________ ° [2] [2] End-Of-Year Examination 2009 7 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 . It is 1. The depth of water at the shallow end is 1 m. (a) Find the volume of water in the pool.75 m deep at the shallow end and 3 m deep at the deep end. calculate ∠GBE.

Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) Answer: (a) (b) 14. (c) Find the number of lines in the 29th pattern. End-Of-Year Examination 2009 8 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 . _________________ m3 _________________ m3 [2] [1] Pattern Number of circles Number of squares Number of lines 1 1 2 × (1+1) = 4 (3 × 1) + 1 2 2 2 × (1+2) = 6 (3 × 2) + 1 3 3 2 × (1+3) = 8 (3 × 3) + 1 … n … n … … (a) Draw the 4th pattern. [1] (b) Give the general formula of the number of squares and the number of lines for the nth pattern. Study the sequence in the diagram below. (d) Find the value of k if the kth pattern has 214 squares.

of lines ______________________ [1] [1] [1] (c) (d) No. of squares ____________________ [1] No. of lines ______________________ k = _____________________________ End-Of-Year Examination 2009 9 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 .Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) Answer: (b) No.

Calculate the percentage increase of students who prefer Liverpool from 2007 to 2009. of Students (a) Represent the same information in the pie chart as seen below. The names of the clubs are Manchester United. The bar chart below shows the preference for four clubs in the English Premier League among all Secondary One students in a school in 2009. of students Angle of sector Answer: ______________________ % [2] END OF PAPER 1 End-Of-Year Examination 2009 10 Secondary 1 Express Mathematics Paper 1 .Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) 15. Show all your workings in the table below. Arsenal and Chelsea. Secondary One Students' Favourite Soccer Team Chelsea Man Utd Liverpool Arsenal 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 Team No. No. Liverpool. [5] Team Man United Liverpool Arsenal Chelsea Total (b) In 2007. it was recorded that the number of students who preferred Liverpool was 135.

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