REVISION

MATHEMATICS
FORM 4

MODULE 1
TOPICS:
OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

LINEAR EQUATIONS I

STANDARD FORM

QUADRATIC EXPRESSIONS
SUBJECTIVES QUESTIONS

SOLID GEOMETRY

QUADRATIC EQUATION

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08 B 0.97  10 D 297  10 8.02 × 10 B 6.02 × 10 D 6.080281 correct to three significant figures A Express 0.02 × 10 24 26 27 .97  10 6 297  10 C 2. A B 2.73 101 C 1.73 103 1. State 3. The mass in g.08028 A B 1.02 × 10 29 kg.000910 A 6 10 4 C 0.000906 B 6 10 10 D 0.PAPER 1 1 Round off 23 881 correct to three significant figures A 2 388 B 2 389 C 23 880 D 23 900 5 0.73 10 1 D 1. 6 as a single number A 307 000 B 3 070 000 C 30 700 000 D 307 000 000 3 Round off 0.73 103 6.00190 C 6 × 10 10 D 6 × 10 12 4 Express 2970000 in standard form.0009055 correct to two significant figures 7 48000   8 10 7 A B 0. The mass of an atom 6.00091 0.0803 D 0.02 × 10 C 6.00173 in standard form.07 × 10 2 Round off 0. of 100 atoms are 4 21 6 4 2 A 6.080 C 0.

95 10 8 D 3.95 10 15 Given that 12 = 2h – 3(2h – 2).3 × 10 7 8 3.9 A 2. then m = A – 5 B –1 C 1 D 5 3 A (x + 6)(x – 1) B (x + 1)(x + 6) C (x – 3)(x – 2) D (x – 3)(x + 2) . A (x + 6)(x – 1) B (x + 1)(x+6) C (x – 3)(x – 2) D (x – 3)(x + 2) x2 −x− 6= 13. Given that 2(p ─ 2) = 3(p +3).61 108 B 1. x 2 − 5x + 6 = 2 12.2 × 10 8 − 6. then p = 4. Given that m – 3 = 2.1 × 10 7 A – 13 B 6 C 5 D 1 8 B 2. then h = A − 3 2 B − C − 7 9 2 7 2 11. 3k(2 – k) − 5(2k – 1) = A − 5k − 5 B − 5k + 5 C − 3k 2 − 4k − 5 D − 3k − 4k + 5 D − 5 2 16.61 107 C 3.610 8  A 1.57 × 10 7 D 10 14.57 × 10 4.2110 7 2. 3(h – 1 ) + 4(1 – 2h) = A h+3 B − 5h + 3 C − 5h + 1 D 1 17.1 × 10 C 3.

18. x 2 − 5x − 6 = A (x − 6)(x + 1) B (x + 1)(x+6) C (x – 3)(x – 2) D (x – 3)(x + 2) PAPER 2 1. 19. x 2 + 7x + 6 = 20. Solve the quadratic equation y 2 + 3 = 7(y – 1) 4 . Solve the quadratic equation x 2 4 5 =x 2. (4y – 1) 2 – 4y 2 = A (x + 6)(x – 1) A (3y – 1)(4y – 1) B (x + 1)(x+6) B (2y – 1)(6y – 1) C (x – 3)(x – 2) C (y – 1)(12y – 1) D (x – 3)(x + 2) D (2y + 1)(6y + 1) .

Some parts of the cylinder which is in the form of a cone has been taken out. 5 . Solve the quadratic equation q = 12 4q q 4. Given that the diameter of the cylinder and the cone base is 9 cm. Solve the quadratic equation 2m 2 12 =−m 5 5. The height of the cone is 7. The diagram shows a solid cylinder with the height of 15 cm. Using = 3.5 cm.142. calculate the volume of the remaining solid.3.

a hemisphere is joint to the base of a right cone Given that . 7. In the diagram . KL = 10 cm and the height of the prism is 5 cm. Using  = solid.6 L M J The diagram shows a right prism is combined with one half of a cylinder at a rectangular plane JKLM. calculate the volume of the combined solid. the radius of the hemisphere and the base of the cone is 3. and the height of the cone is 14 cm. K Using  = 22 7 . calculate the volume of the combined . Given that JK = 7 cm. 6 22 7 .5 cm .

Given that. ( Use = 22 ). P dan Q are the midpoints of sides AD and BC respectively. a solid cone is taken out from a solid hemisphere. A B P Q D C 24 cm In the diagram. 7 9. The height of the cone is 6 cm. Calculate the volume of the remaining solid 8. Using  = 22 . H G 15 cm E F FORMULAE Volume of a cylinder = r 2 h 1 2 Volume of a cone = r h 3 4 3 Volume of a sphere = r 3 Volume of a right prism = cross sectional area × length 7 .In the diagram. a solid hemisphere with diameter PQ was taken out from the solid cuboid with a square base. calculate the volume of the remaining 7 solid. the diameter of the hemisphere is 8 cm. . and the diameter of the cone is 4 cm.. .