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950

STPM

## UNIT PENILAIAN & PEPERIKSAAN

SMK DATO JAAFAR, JOHOR BAHRU

## UJIAN PENILAIAN PRA PENTAKSIRAN

SIJIL TINGGI PERSEKOLAHAN MALAYSIA

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MATHEMATICS M
(One and a half hours)
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Instruction to candidates:
DO NOT OPEN THIS QUESTIONS PAPER UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.
Answer all questions in Section A and any one question in Section B. Answers may be written in either
English or Bahasa Malaysia.
All necessary working should be shown clearly.
Scientific calculators may be used. Programmable and graphic display calculators are prohibited. A list of
mathematical formulae is provided on page 3 of this question paper.

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STPM 950
Section A [45 marks]
Answer all questions in this section.
1.

A man has a choice of two routes to go to work. The probability of him choosing the first route to work
on any day is 0.6. The probability of being delayed on the journey is 0.1 for the first route and 0.2 for
the second route. Calculate the probability that
(a) he gets to work without being delayed,
.
[2
marks]
(b) he is being delayed exactly once in 3 days.
[3
marks]

2.

The table given shows the number of visitors to a park over a period of 80 days.
Number of visitors
Number of days
1000 - 1499
3
1500 - 1999
8
2000 - 2499
13
2500 - 2999
22
3000 - 3499
16
3500 - 3999
9
4000 - 4499
7
4500 - 4999
2
(a) Draw an ogive to represent the above data.
.
marks]
(b) Using your ogive, find the median, lower quartile, upper quartile and interquartile range.
marks]
(c) Calculate the percentages of days where there are more than 2750 visitors to the park.
marks]

3.

[3
[4
[2

The diagram given shows a sketch graph of the probability density function of the random continuous
variable x. Find
f(x)
1/3

## (a) the value of a, hence define .

[3 marks]

f x
a

P X
2

(b) .
[5 marks]

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E 3 X 1

(c) .

[3 marks]

4.

The below table shows the prices and quantities sold for three types of pen for the year 2007 and 2008
in a hypermarket.
2007
2008
Types of pen
Price per unit
Price per unit
Quantity
Quantity
(RM)
(RM)
Opal
2.80
400
3.50
300
Firas
3.10
320
4.00
250
Kama
2.50
480
3.00
450
Find
(a) the simple aggregate price index for the year 2008 and interpret.
marks]
(b)
the Laspeyres price index for the year 2008.
[2 marks]
(c) the Paasche quantity index for the year 2008.
marks]

5.

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A study was conducted to investigate the X 12 influence of the quality and fair price of products on
preference to shop at a hypermarket. A random sample of 14 customers were asked to rate the
hypermarket in terms of preference to shop, Y, quality of product, and fair price of product, . The
ratings were based on an 11-point scale with higher numbers indicating higher ratings. The data
collected are given in the below.
Quality of X 1 product ()
Fair price X 2 of product
Customer Preference to shop (Y)
()
1
6
5
4
2
9
6
10
3
8
6
5
4
3
2
2
5
10
6
11
6
4
3
1
7
5
4
7
8
2
1
4
9
11
9
9
10
9
5
10
11
10
8
8
12
3
1
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13
8
8
5
14
5
3
2
(a) Calculate the Pearson correlation coefficient between preference to shop and fair pricing.

[4

marks]
(b)
Given that the value of Pearson correlation coefficient between preference to shop and
quality of
product is 0.924, state whether quality of product or fair price of product has a greater
influence on
preference to shop.
[1 mark]
(c) Calculate the Spearman's coefficient correlation between preference to shop and quality of product
and interpret.
[4
marks]

6.

The daily closing prices (in RM per share) of a company stock for the month of March in the year 2010
are as follows:
Date
Price (RM)
Date
Price (RM)
1
8.13
11
8.10
2
8.11
12
8.10
3
8.04
15
8.08
4
8.13
16
8.14
5
8.05
17
8.15
8
8.06
18
8.08
9
7.95
19
8.05
10
7.95
22
8.00
(a) Plot the data as a time series.
[3
marks]
(b)
Comment on the pattern of the time series that you have plotted in (a).
[1 mark]
Section B [15 marks]
Answer any one question in this section.
7.

The number of luxury cars sold for each quarter by a local company for a duration of four years are
shown in table below.
Year
Quarter
Number of cars
1
15
2
19
2007
3
16
4
26
2008
1
16
2
21
3
15

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2009

4
1
2
3
4

27
19
23
18
27

## (a) Plot the data as a time series.

[3
marks]
(b)
Comment on the pattern of the times series that you plotted in (a).
[1 mark]
(c) Given that the equation of the T 0.543 x 16.637
trend line is . Using an additive model, find
the
decimal places.
[5
marks]
(d)
Hence, predict the number of luxury cars sold for the second and fourth quarter of 2010.
[6 marks]

8.

## The stemplot shows the diameter of 15 different cylinders.

Stem
Leaf
3
0
0
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
Key : 3|0 means 3.0 cm

(a) Calculate the mean and standard deviation of the diameter of the cylinder.
[5
marks]
(b)
Find the median and third quartile of the diameter of the cylinder.
[2 marks]
(c) Draw a boxplot and give your comment.
[2
marks]
(d)
(i) Hence, in the production of cylinders, it is known that 3 out of 15 cylinders produced
are faulty.
If 20 cylinders are selected, find the probability that exactly 16 cylinders are not faulty.
[2
marks]
(ii) In a consignment of 1500 cylinders, use a suitable approximation to find the value of n such
that the probability of obtaining the number of defective cylinders exceeding n is 0.1469.
[4
marks]

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