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8. FJH = 40

FOJ = 180 40 40

= 100

Paper 1

1. 0.005429 = 0.00543 (3 significant figures)

Answer: D

Answer: C

9.

I

A

Answer: C

II

4500 103 ml

=

15 ml

= 3 105

III

D

C

Answer: D

4. 3.7 106 0.00000012

= 3.7 106 0.12 106

= (3.7 0.12) 106

= 3.58 106

in lines I, II and III respectively.

Answer: D

Answer: B

10.

5 7

Hence, 1011112 = 578

Answer: C

6. 10112

+ 11112

110102

Answer: B

7.

M

H

EP

Scale factor =

EK

=2

Centre of enlargement is E.

108

36

72

Answer: A

115

x

5. 1011112

11.

J

y = 72

x = 180 115

= 65

Hence, x + y = 72 + 65

= 137

12 cm

13 cm

x

R 5 cm Q

Answer: C

1

10

RQ =

2

= 5 cm

15.

TR = 132 52

= 12 cm

12

=

13

Answer: C

Answer: B

16.

12.

R

10 cm

QS

QO =

2

16

=

2

= 8 cm

50 m

Answer: B

17.

North

Answer: D

60

G

0 = 0

90 = 1

180 = 0

270 = 1

Answer: D

18. Latitude of R = (60 40)S

= 20S

Answer: B

14.

= 50W

Hence, the position of R = (20S, 50W)

Answer: A

U

XY

tan 31 =

50

XY = 50 tan 31

= 30.0 m

OR = 102 82

= 6 cm

8

tan x =

6

4

=

3

13. sin

sin

sin

sin

31

= 5x 2x + 3x2

= 3x2 + 3x

Answer: D

Answer: B

p

20. (4p2 2pq)

q2(2p q)

p

= 2p(2p q)

q2(2p q)

2p2

=

q2

Answer: C

20 + 1 th observation

25. Median =

2

= 10.5th observation

2+3

Median =

2

= 2.5

4e 3f

21. ef + 1 =

3

3(ef + 1) = 4e 3f

3ef + 3 = 4e 3f

3ef + 3f = 4e 3

f(3e + 3) = 4e 3

4e 3

f =

3e + 3

26. The number of can drinks sold in 3rd and 4th week

= 4050 (12 150)

= 2250

Answer: B

2x + x = 2250

3x = 2250

x = 750

Hence, the number of can drinks sold in the 3rd week

= 750 2

= 1500

Answer: D

7 + 2m = 4(1 m)

22.

2

7

+ 2m = 4 + 4m

2

7 + 4 = 4m 2m

2

8 = 2m

7

+

2

2

15

2m =

2

15

m =

4

Answer: B

27. 5, 5, 5, k, k, 10

Median = 6

5 + k = 6

2

k = 7

5 + 5 + 5 + 7 + 7 + 10 + 3 + 4

Mean =

8

46

=

8

= 5.75

Answer: D

Answer: C

2

213

73 33 2

23.

=

1

1

7 2 34

7 2 34

76 36

=

71 38

= 76 1 36 8

= 75 32

point and y-intercept = 8.

Answer: A

29. Element 0 is not in the set F.

Answer: A

1 x ,

x

2

2x + 2 x ,

4x

2x x 2 , 4x x

x 2 ,

3x

x

24. x + 1

Hence, x = 2, 1, 0, 1

Answer: B

1 (x + 6)

4

x+6

6

6

2

Answer: C

30.

E'

F'

4

P(choosing a red pen) =

10 + x

4

1 =

6

10 + x

10 + x = 24

x = 14

Answer: D

1

y

t2

k

y =

t2

k

4 =

32

k = 32 4

= 36

36

Hence, y =

t2

36.

=

E' F'

Answer: A

31.

n(P Q) = n(R)

4 + 2k = 8 + 4 + 7 k

4 + 2k = 19 k

2k + k = 19 4

3k = 15

k = 5

36

When y = 9, 9 =

t2

t2 = 4

t = 2

Answer: A

Answer: A

32. 2y + 3x 5 = 0

2y = 3x + 5

5

3x+

y =

2

2

5

Hence, y-intercept =

2

37.

H x3

H = kx3

1 3

3 = k

2

k = 24

Answer: A

Hence, H = 24x3

Answer: D

33. 4y + mx 28 = 0

Substitute (8, 1) into the equation.

4(1) + m(8) 28 = 0

8m 24 = 0

8m = 24

m = 3

38.

Answer: B

The number divisible by 2 are 4, 6, 8, 10, 14, 16.

The probability that the number is divisible by 2

6

=

13

p

w

q

p

w = k

q

8

1 = k

3

4

1

k =

12

1 p

Hence, w =

12 q

1

x

1 =

12 25

4

1 x

1 =

12 5

4

x = 15

Answer: B

35. Total number of pens

=6+4+x

= 10 + x

Answer: D

EBN.

Identify angle correctly

BN2 = BC2 + CN2

2

2

= 8 + 6

BN = 100

= 10 cm

EN

tan EBN =

BN

9

Correct working

=

10

EBN = 41.99

Correct answer

4

1

5

+3

2

2

8

39.

4

3

5

+

2

6

8

= 43+5

2 + 6 8

=

6

4

Answer: A

1

3

= (2 1 + 4 (3))

= (14)

40. EF = (2 4)

1 (8 + 12) 9 8 r2 6 = 489

Correct

2

method

22 r2 6 = 489

720

7

132 r2 = 489

720

7

132 r2 = 720 489

7

7

r2 = 231

132

r = 12.25

= 3.5 cm

Answer: A

Paper 2

Important step

1.

Correct answer

y=5

Shade correctly

5. (a) (i)

3.

6. x + 4y = 12..........................1

3 x y = 11.............................2

4

Correct equation

Factorise correctly

Correct

answers

Substitute x = 8 into 1.

8 + 4y = 12

4y = 12 8

20

y =

4

y = 5

12 cm

N6

cm

B

8 cm

Correct answers

2 4, 3x 4y = 44............... 3

1 + 3,

4x = 32

Equation with one

x = 8

unknown

2.

(c) 2n3 + 1, n = 1, 2, 3,

2.

2x(x 6) = x + 7

2x2 12x = x + 7

2x2 12x x 7 = 0

2x2 13x 7 = 0

(2x + 1)(x 7) = 0

2x + 1 = 0

or x 7 = 0

1 or

x = 7

x =

2

x+y=5

3

y=x4

2

2 is a prime number or 32 = 6.

n(boys)

7. (a) P(choosing a boy) =

n(S)

4

=

5

Correct answers

Correct

method

1st pupil 2nd pupil

B2

B1

B3

G

B1

B2

B3

G

B1

B3

B2

G

B1

G

B2

B3

Using m =

2

y = mx + c

5 (2) + c

Substitute correctly

4 =

2

4 = 5 + c

c = 4 + 5

= 1

Outcomes

B1B2

B1B3

B1G

B2B1

B2B3

B2G

B3B1

B3B2

B3G

GB1

GB2

GB3

5x+1

(b) When y = 0, 0 =

2

5

x = 1

2

2

x =

5

2

Hence, the x-intercept =

5

n(S) = 12

P(the two other pupils are of different gender)

6

=

12

1

=

2

Correct answers

8. (a) QT = 7 cm

Length of arc PQR

22

120

= 2 21

7

360

= 44 cm

40

=

30

Correct method

4

km per minute

=

3

Correct method

(c) (i)

60

Correct method

=

80

= 0.75 km per minute

30 minutes

= 0.75 30

= 22.5 km

Correct method

22

= 72

7

= 154 cm2

Correct answers

= 55 30

= 25 minutes

= 44 + 21 + 21

Add all the edges

= 86 cm

120 22

= 212

7

360

= 462 cm2

5 x + 1.

through G and parallel to EF is y =

2

= 462 154

Subtract to find the area of

= 308 cm2

the shaded region

Correct answers

= 40 km

motorcycle

= 40 22.5

= 17.5 km

Correct answers

11. (a) E = 4

3

9. (a) 5x + 2y 12 = 0

2y = 5x + 12

5x+6

y =

2

1

t

When E has no inverse,

4t (1)(3) = 0

4t = 3

3

t =

4

(b) E = 4

3

1

2

2

1

E1 =

(4)(2) (1)(3) 3

(i)

1 2

=

11 3

1

4

Correct

inverse

matrix

(ii) 4x y = 17

3x + 2y = 1

4

3

1

2

Hence, x = 3, y = 5

12. (a)

= 138.6 15.4

= 123.2 m2

Correct answers

1

10

11

2 cm

2 cm

10

Correct answers

5

3

2.45

1.75 2.3

5

(6, 2)

y = 4 2x

10

15

20

(8, 2)

25

T

(1, 5) (3, 1)

R

(ii) (1, 5) (6, 2)

R

T

(i) (1, 5) (6, 2) (8, 2)

(i)

(b)

Correct method

(b)

(3, 1)

Area of JKLM

= 32 area of ADCB

= 9 15.4

= 138.6 m2

(1, 5)

(or the x-axis).

V is an enlargement about the centre

(5, 2) with scale factor of 3.

Correct transformations

Correct descriptions

13. (a)

Correct

method

1

33

11

=

1

(55)

11

3

=

5

(I)

(II)

(ii)

1 17

4 1

1 34 1

=

11 51 4

(i)

Correct matrix

equation

x = 17

1

y

1 2

x

=

11 3

y

1

4

30

y = 9 4x 3x2

35

40

y

M

4

L

H

2

E

0

2

2

J

A

B

F

4

8

K

10

All points correctly plotted

Smooth curve

(c) From the graph,

(i) when x = 1.7, y = 7

(ii) when y = 16, x = 2.3

Correct readings

(d) y = 9 4x 3x2.........................1

0 = 13 + 2x + 3x2...................2

14. (a)

(d) (i)

1 + 2, y = 4 2x

RM26.50 per month.

Correct answers

\ x = 2.45 or 1.75

15. (a)

Correct answers

G/H

Savings

Upper Cumulative

Midpoint

(RM)

boundary frequency

6 10

11 15

16 20

10.5

18

20.5

17

28

30.5

36

13

21 25

23

31 35

33

26 30

15.5

3 cm

F/E

25.5

L/K

28

35.5

4 cm

40

3 cm

(3 8) + (6 13) + (8 18) + (11 23)

+ (8 28) + (4 33)

=

3 + 6 + 8 + 11 + 8 + 4

855

Correct method

=

40

= RM21.38

(c)

4 cm

M/J

A/D

F/A

B/C

6 cm

(b) (i)

E/D

2 cm

2 cm

2 cm

Cumulative frequency

G/M

T/S

U/H/J/P

40

35

4 cm

30

25

20

L/B

15

10

3 cm

5

0

K/C

4 cm

26.5

5.5

Savings (RM)

3 cm

(ii)

8 cm

1 cm

K/J

L/M

3 cm

Q/C/P/D

3 cm

R/S

Correct forms

Correct measurements

Angles at corner are 90

16. (a) Longitude of B

= (60 38)E

= 22E

(b)

Correct method

0

D

3420

q =

60

= 57

= [180 2(52)] 60

= 4560 nautical miles

6649

=

600

= 11.08 hours

4 cm

= 180 60 cos 52

Correct method

= 6649 nautical miles

2 cm

B/A

(c) (i)

Latitude of D

= (57 52)S

= 5S

4560

=

600

= 7.6 hours

= 11.08 7.6

= 3.48 hours

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