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2012-2013 1st Term Test

Form 1 Mathematics

Time allowed: 1 hour

Instructions: Answer ALL questions. Write ALL the answers on the answer sheets provided.

Section A: Multiple-choice Questions (24 marks)

1. Evaluate 3 2(1) .

A. - 1

B. 0

C. 1

D. 5

1

2

1

4

1

2

A. 5 6

B.

( 4)(6)

5

C.

4

( 5)(6)

D.

( 4)(8)( 20)

6

3. Which of the following expressions has a value that is NOT equal to the value of

1 3

?

3 5

A.

4.

1 3

3 5

B.

1

3

5

3

C.

1 3

3 5

D.

3

1

5

3

The following table shows the average temperatures of four cities P, Q, R and S in December.

City

Average

temperature

+13C

4C

+27C

12C

According to the above table, arrange the average temperatures of the four cities in descending order.

A. R, P, S, Q

B. R, P, Q, S

C. S, Q, P, R

D. Q, S, P, R

5.

A.

6.

7.

+5

C.

+1

D.

1

, 1, 4, 16, 64

4

A.

1, 3, 9, 27, 81

B.

C.

12, 6, 0, 6, 12

D.

4, 8, 16, 32, 64

Jackie walks 9 km at a speed of a km/h and swims 4 km at b km/h. How much time does she take for

the whole journey?

(9a + 4b) hours

B.

36ab hours

C.

9 4

a b

hours

D.

a b

9 4

hours

Represent the word phrase divide m by the product of 2 and n and then subtract the sum of 6 and m

from the result by an algebraic expression.

A.

9.

B.

A.

8.

+10

mn

6m

2

B.

mn

(6 m)

2

C.

m

6m

2n

D.

m

(6 m )

2n

M is the smallest number among three consecutive integers. Find the sum of these three numbers.

P.2/6

A.

M+2

B.

3M

C.

3M + 3

D.

3M + 6

10.

It is known that the 11th and the 13th of the Fibonacci sequence are 89 and 233 respectively. Find the

12th term of the sequence.

A. 55

B. 144

C. 161

D. 322

11.

It is known that the number of diagonals D of a polygon can be calculated by the formula D

n 2 3n

2

, where n is the number of sides of the polygon. Find the number of diagonals of a heptagon (7-sided

polygon).

A. 7

B. 14

C. 21

D. 23

12. Which of the following pair are like terms?

A.

4x3 , 4x 2

B.

7 xy , 6 yx

C.

11x 2 y , 3 xy 2

C.

9 4x 2

2abc,

D.

1 4

a bc

2

A.

4x3 2x 8

3

B.

x 3 4x 9

2x

11x 3

7

D.

ax 3 bx c

A.

3x 9 y 6

B.

12x 20 y 8

C.

81x 9 y 6

D. 81x 20 y 8

A. 9x 4

B. 2x2 + 5x 4

C.

2x2 + 5x + 4

D.

16. ( x x )( y y y ) =

A. 6xy

B.

C.

x2y3

D. 6x 2 y 3

2x + 3y

6x2 5x 4

P.3/6

2012-2013 1st Term Test

Form 1 Mathematics

Answer Sheet

Name: ___________________________ ( )

Class: _______

/75

Date: ________________

Please put in the correct box for each question.

1

10

11

12

13

14

15

A

B

C

D

Section B Conventional Questions (51 marks)

1.

(a) Subtract 3b from 2a and then divide the result by the product of c and two-third of d. (2 marks)

__________________________________________

(b) The product of 3x and 2y is subtracted from the sum of 5k and 6m. (2 marks)

__________________________________________

2.

Polynomial

x4

5x 4 +

3.

Coefficient of:

x3

x2

x2

6x + 5

6

(3 marks)

Constant

term

Degree of

polynomial

1

3 10

4. Evaluate 2 1 . (3 marks)

10

16

P.4/6

v2 u2

. If v = 7, u = 9 and a = 4, find

2a

the value of s.

(2 marks)

5. Let s

For each question, 10 marks would be awarded

for a correct answer and 5 marks would be

deducted for a wrong answer or no response.

1A class got 7 correct answers and the rest are

wrong answers. What was its score? (3 marks)

Each person gets n pieces and 3 pieces are left.

How many pieces of chocolate can each

person get when the chocolate is evenly

distributed among 6 persons? (2 marks)

9. Simplify

(2 marks)

(3 marks)

12. Expand ( x 2) 2 3 .

(3 marks)

P.5/6

13. The figure shows a trapezium of upper base (5x 2) cm, lower base (3x + 4) cm and height (3y + 7) cm.

(a) Write down the formula for the area A of the trapezium.

Give the answer in expanded form.

(3 marks)

(5x 2) cm

(3y + 7) cm

(3x + 4) cm

(b)

14. In the first quarter of last year, Mr Chans average loss on stock investment per month was $4 500. In the

second quarter of last year, the stock market declined and his average loss per month doubled. In the third

quarter of last year, the stock market rebounded and his average gain per month was $2 000. In the last

quarter of last year, his average gain per month was 4 times that of the previous quarter.

(a)

How much did Mr Chan lose in the first half of last year?

(3 marks)

(b)

(4 marks)

P.6/6

(a) Write down the next three terms of the sequence.

(2 marks)

(b)

(2 marks)

(c)

(2 marks)

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