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SMK BUKIT MERTAJAM

MATHEMATICS M ( PAPER 2)

NO

1.

[8]

SCHEME

a)

Time

0 x 120

120 x 180

180 x 240

240 x 300

300 x 360

360 x 600

MARKS

Frequency

Width

Midpoint

1

9

15

17

13

5

120

60

60

60

60

240

60

150

210

270

330

480

Frequency

density

0.5

9

15

17

13

1.25

M1(width)

M1

(frequency

density)

D1(Label &

scale)

D1(All

correct)

b) Mean =

=

60

15840

60

M1

A1

= 264

c) Standard deviation =

4674600

264 2

60

= 90.6

2.

[6]

a)

M1

A1

0.1

0.5

P( B)

M1

P(B) = 0.2

A1

b)

c)

P ( B A) P ( B )

0.1

0.25

P ( A)

B1

P(A) = 0.4

P ( A B ' ) P ( A) P ( A B)

M1

= 0.4 0.1

= 0.3

M1

3.

[6]

A1

B1

ii) 1 r 1

r = 1 mean a perfect positive relationship between x and y.

B1

B1

b) r

26520

( 24479

423(470)

8

( 423) 2

( 470) 2

)(29450

8

8

= 0.847

There have a strong positive correlation between variable x and y.

4.

[7]

a) p+0.25+2p+0.3+0.15=1

3p+0.7=1

M1

A1

B1

M1

P=0.1

A1

b) E(x)=5.7

0(0.1)+2(0.25)+5(0.2)+n(0.3)+12(0.15) = 5.7

3.3+0.3n = 5.7

n=8

c) E(X2) = 02(0.1)+22(0.25)+52(0.2)+82(0.3)+122(0.15)

= 46.8

Var (X) = 46.8-5.72

= 14.31

M1

A1

M1

M1

A1

5. a)

[10]

Year

Quarter

Time

column

,t

Number

of tourist

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

22.0

12.0

110.0

31.0

21.0

26.0

150.0

70.0

50.0

36.0

146.0

110.0

2011

2012

2013

4-quarter

moving

average

Centred

4-quarter

moving

average

Deviation

43.75

43.5

47

57

66.75

74

76.5

75.5

85.5

43.63

45.25

52.00

61.88

70.38

75.25

76.00

80.50

66.38

-14.25

-31.00

-35.88

79.63

-5.25

-26.00

-44.50

M1 (4quarter

moving

average)

A1 (Centred

4-quarter

moving

average)

b)

Year

2011

2012

2013

Unadjusted

seasonal

variation

Correction

factor

Seasonal

variation

Q1

Q2

-31.00

-26.00

-28.50

-35.88

-44.50

-40.19

Q3

66.38

79.63

Q4

-14.25

-5.25

73.00

-9.75

-1.359

-1.359

-1.359

-1.359

-27.14

-38.83

74.36

-8.39

Quarter

Coded

Number

quarter, t

of

tourist, y

Seasonal

Deseaso

t^2

tT

1

4

9

16

25

36

49.14

101.66

106.92

157.56

240.70

388.97

nalised,

variation

T=y-S

,S

2011

2012

1

2

3

4

1

2

1

2

3

4

5

6

22.0

12.0

110.0

31.0

21.0

26.0

-27.14

-38.83

74.36

-8.39

-27.14

-38.83

49.14

50.83

35.64

39.39

48.14

64.83

M1

A1

c)

Year

M1

2013

3

4

1

7

8

9

150.0

70.0

50.0

74.36

-8.39

-27.14

75.64

78.39

77.14

49

64

81

529.48

627.13

694.27

10

36.0

-38.83

74.83

100

748.28

11

146.0

74.36

71.64

121

788.05

12

110.0

-8.39

118.39

144

1420.69

Total

78

784.0

784.00

650

5852.84

(78)(784)

12

2

78

650

12

M1

5852.84

= 5.293

a

M1

M1

784

78

5.293( )

12

12

= 30.93

T 30.93 5.293t

T1 30.93 5.293(13)

M1

= 99.74

F1 = 99.74+(-27.14)

= 72.6

The predict number of tourist fot 1st quarter 2014=72.6X1000=72600

6.

[8]

A1

120=

M1

3 12 a 14 6

X 100

2.5 10 6 12 5

120

35 a

X 100

35.5

A1

A=7.60

b) L p

=

X 100

2.5(20) 10(10) 6(10) 12(15) 5(5)

M1

496

X 100

415

= 119.5

From January to July, the familys expenditure on daily food has increased by

19.5%

A1

B1

c) Pq

=

X 100

20(3) 10(2) 10(7.6) 15(14) 5(6)

M1

358.4

X 100

496

= 72.26

From January to July, there is a drop of 27.74% in the quantity of daily food

bought by the family.

A1

B1

7. a) p=0.6 , q = 0.4

[15]

P ( X 3)

i)

8 C 3 ( 0 .6 ) 3 ( 0 .4 ) 5

A1

=0.124

ii)

P( X 2) 1 P ( X 0) P ( X 1)

= 1- 0.000655-0.00786

= 0.9914

iii)

iv)

M1

A1

E(X) = 8X0.4

= 3.2

=3

A1

P ( X x 1) (n x) p

P ( X x)

( x 1)q

(n-x)p > (x+1)q

(8-x)(0.6) > (x+1)(0.4)

x < 4.4

Hence, P(X=5) > P(X=4) > . >P(X=0)

If P(X = x) > P(X = x+1)

Then x > 4.4

Hence, P(X=5) > P(X=6) > . >P(X=8)

P(X=5) has the highest probability, Hence, number of students that most

likely to pass is 5.

M1

A1

B1

B1

B1

b) P ( X 1) 0.99

1 P(X=0) > 0.99

P(X=0) < 0.1

n

M1

0.4 n 0.01

M1

log 0.01

log 0.4

n 5.02

n=6

c)

npq 6

A1

X ~ N (90, 36)

M1

85.5 90

)

6

= P ( Z 0.75)

= 1 P ( Z 0.75)

= P(Z

M1

= 1-0.2266

= 0.7734

A1

8. . a)

[15]

Boys

9 6

9 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 1 0

7 5 3 0 0 0

Key: 6 2 means

Stem

Girls

0

1

2

3

4

5

8

6

4 5

1 2 4 4

0 0 0 2 4 5 7 8 8

0

Key: 08 means 8 hours

hours

D1

D1

B1

B1

b) The distribution for the boys is almost symmetrical while the girls is negatively B1

skewed.

M1

A1A1

c) Boys: IQR

Girls: IQR

M1M1

d)

Boys:

Girls:

M1M1

mean

hours

mean

hours

A1A1

A1

number of hours

e)

number of hours

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