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Calculate the following and express the answer as a frantion in its lowest term

1.

1

4

3

3

9

4

1 4

2

8 5

3

7.

1

2

1

2

9

3

6

2.

2

3

4

1

3

5

5

8.

3.

2

1

3

2

3

5

4

9.

4.

3 2

4

4 3

9

10. 1

5.

1

2

3

4

5

4

5

2

3

11. 3 2

6

3

4

1

1

3

2

3

6

8

2 5

5

5 6

9

1

3

3

2

2

4

5

6.

2

3

1

13. 2 2

5

5

3

3

1 1

12. 2 2

5

3

5

(PMR 04)

answer as a decimal

6 1.8

2

3

answer as a decimal

14. 5

1

1

2

3

4

2

3

answer as a decimal

4

5

0.16

1

2

1

2 1 0.05

5

form

2

3 2.75 0.2

5

(PMR 04)

answer as a decimal

form

0.8

1

1

2

5

form

form

15 3.4 2 ( 4) + 8

56 + 4 .1 15 42 3

INDICES

1. Simplify 32 35

9.Simplify 3 2 35

17.Simplify 36 311

25.Simplify m 4 m 5

2. Simplify 26 23

10.Simplify 2 9 2 5

18.Simplify k 2 k 3

26.Simplify h 2 h 4

3. Simplify 52 57

11.Simplify 5 2 5 6

19.Simplify m 5 m 4

27.Simplify b 2 b 7

12.Simplify y 6 y 5

20.Simplify x x 5

28.Simplify 7 2 7 6

5. Simplify a 2 a 9

13.Simplify m 4 m 5

32 3

32 3

6.Simplify 3 9 3 5

14.Simplify 2 9 2 5

2 2

2 9 2 5

7.Simplify 2 6 2 2

15.Simplify 5 2 5 6

52 5

5 2 5 5

6 6 6 5

6 7 6 8

4. Simplify

1

1

2

2

2 4 2 8

1

1

2

2

1.Simplify

( a 2 b) 2 ab

6.Simplify

(a 3 b 2 ) 4 ab 9

11.Simplify

( 2mn 2 ) 2 m 3 n

16.Simplify

( 2m 2 n) 3 mn 4

2.Simplify

x 3 y 2 (xy 3 ) 4

7.Simplify

x 5 y 3 (xy 3 ) 2

12.Simplify

( 2a 2 b) 3 3a 9 b

17.Simplify

(3h 4 k ) 2 2k 5

3.Simplify

m 2 (m 2 n 3 ) 5

8.Simplify

m 3 ( m 3 n 5 ) 2

13.Simplify

xy 6 (3 y 5 ) 3

18.Simplify

(3g 2 h) 3 g 2 h 4

4.Simplify

(k 2 l 3 ) 2 k 3 l 5

9.Simplify

( k 6 l ) 7 kl 3

14.Evaluate 3 2 2 2

2 3 2 1

5.Simplify

k4 k

k 2

( 2 3 3 6 )

1

3

19.Simplify

m 2 m 5

m4

20.Simplify

9k 11 18k 7

TOPIC

1

: ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION-EXPANSION

a. 2 ( r + t)

Simplify

4k -6(5-3k)

Simplify

3(x-2y) -2(x+y)

b. p (2h 6m)

a. 3 ( r - t)

b. x (2x 6y)

a. p (p - r)

b. (p - m) (1+ k)

Simplify

2m(m+n) (m+n)2

expressions:

Simplify

3(p - 3) + (p + 2)2

10

Simplify

a.

-2(5 - 3x)

b. (3x-5)2

expressions:

a.q(2+p)

b.(3m-n)2

(r+2)2 -8r + 5

(2y -1)2

11

Simplify

2t(3-s) (4 - 9st)

12

Simplify

13

Simplify

14

15

Simplify

(x-3)(x+2) (4x-1)

16

Simplify

2(y-3) (y+1)2

17

expressions:

18

Expand

(2a + b)2

20

Simplify

(3m-1)2 + 2(m-3)

b.

mplify

a.q(2+p)

b.(3m-n)2

19

Simplify

3(2p-5) + (p-3)2

1.Factorise the following completely

i.

5pq 10q

j.

4e 12ef

a. 2x -6

b. 4k + 16

k. 16ab 18b

c. 2pq + 6p

l.

6p 18pq

d. 4mn + 6 kn

m. 3mn - 15n

e. 3ab+12b

f.

3p2+6pq

n. 8x 2 4 xy

g. 3p2 + 9pq

o. xy y2

h. 14ab +28b2

p. pq2 p2q

a. 2x2 8y2

b. 3a2 27

a. p2 6(p + 1) ( 8 p)

b. am 3m + an 3n

c. 3h2 12k2

c. pq q2+4p-4q

d. 50 2m2

e. 12x2 3y2

e. aq q + 3a 3

f.

50k 2

g. 4x2 25y2

f.

3a a b + 6b 2b2

h. 3x2 48y2

g. xy + 2x 3y 6

i.

12 3x2

TOPIC

1

Express

ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS

2

x 1

as a single fraction.

3x

6x

1

5

3 x 12 x

lowest term.

1

5 2v

as a single fraction in

5m 15mv

its simplest form.

4( k 3)

1

as a single fraction

12hk

3h

in its simplest form.

Express

Express

Express

1

p2

as a single fraction in

4p

8 p2

the lowest term.

Express

1

4(b 3)

as a single fraction

3a

6ab

in the simplest form.

Express

3 2( n 1)

as a single fraction

m

4mn

in its simplest form.

Express

5

2 3w

as a single fraction in

3n

6n

its simplest form.

Express

11

13

15

1

2( m 1)

as a single fraction

2n

6mn

in the simplest form.

12

2( p 3)

3

as a single fraction

2

2p

4p

in its simplest form.

14

3 3( k 1)

as a single fraction

3k

k2

16

Express

Express

Express

Express

3b 3b 9

as a single fraction in

bc

6bc

3x 2 4 3 x

as a single

5

3

fraction in its simplest form.

Express

Express

1

m2

as a single fraction in

2m 6m 2

17

8 2n

1

as a single fraction

4m

2m

in its simplest form.

Express

18

Express

2

d 6

as a single fraction in

3d

6d 2

LINEAR EQUATION

Solve each of the following equations

a. x + 5 = 4

a.

m

6

4

b.

m

12

4

c.

2x

4

3

d.

5m

10

4

e.

12

= 3.

n

f.

k 4

k

5

g.

3k 2

=1

k

h.

5k 2

=2

k

b. x + 5 = 2

c.

m 28 14

d. 24 y 17

e. k +10 = 4

f.

5 p 25

g. 6 x 48

h. 2 x 14

i.

3h = h -1

j.

2y =15 -3y

i.

4m 3

=m

2

j.

2n =

k.

n

2n 1

7

l.

3 y 10

6 y

5

m.

2p 3

=1p

4

n.

5x

= 3 2x

2

k. g -12 = 2g

l.

n 10

3

3 - m = 2m 6

m. 2 + p = 2 3p

n. 4x + 5 = 2x 13

o. 3 - m = 2 (m -1)

p. 2 (k-1) = k+3

o. 2m = 3

q. 5m 3 = 2 3(1 + m)

p.

m

2

m3

= 3 2m

2

r.

1 3(2 - x) = 1 + 2x

q.

3

+2=7

p

r.

4

+3 =2

p

s.

4

7 5

x

t.

3x

2=x

4

u.

m

6 m2

3

s. 4p 3(1 + p) = 5

t.

3(x 2) 6 = x

u. 3p 2 = 2 (3 + p)

v. 2 (2 + x) = 1 2x

w. 3 2(3 2x) = x

. a.

2p 3

=3

3 2p

a.

.b.

b.

c.

d.

12

= 3.

n

m

6 m2

3

2p 3

=5

3 2p

c.

7x

3

=1x

2

d.

4+

3

p=3p

4

e.

4

+ k = 2 3k

3

h.

5p 2(3 p) =

i.

3

(p 2) = 2 p

4

4

=5

3x

4p 1

=3

1 p

2

(2 5n)

3

e.

-3n -7 =

f.

4 (2 3m) =

m

2

4

3

y 4 x 10 where x 2

Solution,

y 4( 2) 10

b)

y 8 10

y 10 8

y 18

x for equation,

2.

x if

y2

1

x6

2

3 x 4 y 8 , where y 3

Solution

4 x 4( 3 ) 8

4 x 12 8

4 x 8 12

4 x 20

20

x

4

x5

b)

x if

a for equation,

1

b , where b 6

2

a)

x 2y 6

2

-1

Solution

2a 4

1

(6)

2

1

(6)3

2

2a 4 3

2a 3 4

2a 7

7

a

2

2a 4

b) y 2 x 1

Exercises

2x 3y 6

c) x 6 3 y

1.

y 3

to obtain three possible solutions for

each of the given linear equation

2a 4

-1

d) 3c 6d 2

c

d

2

0

e) 2 x y 8

-3

10

8. Given that 5 x 3 y 10

x , when

y 10

f) 3 x 2 y 6

4. Given a function

y 3 x 2 x 1, calculate the value of y ,

9 . Given that 6m 2n 7 0

when x 2

5. Given that

a)

a) y when x 4

1

2

6. 2 x 3 y 6 0

a) Find the value of y if x 1

(a)

(b)

(c)

x if

4 x 3 y 7

1

x 5y 3

2

2

y x5

3

y2

7. Given that 2 x 3 y 8

a) Find the value of

n ,when

m 1

1

2

equation

b)

n2

3

1

x y 1. find the value

2

3

of,

b) x when y

m , when

x , when

y2

ALGEBRAIC FORMULAE

t

Value of Value of

able.

y

x

2

-2

-9

1.

Given that

kp

= 2p, express k in terms of p.

k

2.

Given that

3A B

= C, express A in terms of B and C.

AB

3.

4.

Given that 3

5.

6.

7.

Given that 4p

8.

Given that p =

9.

Given that

10.

11.

Given that 3

12.

Given that

TOPIC

p

q

3r

= 3,

2

1 2

k m, express k in terms of p and m.

2

mn m3

, express m in terms of n.

n

3

r=r

, express p in terms of r.

3y p

= 2, express y in terms of p and r.

r

LINEAR INEQUALITIES

a.

x>1

-4 -3 -2 -1

c.

d.

2

f.

x -1

-4 -3 -2 -1

x -2

-4 -3 -2 -1

x > -2

-4 -3 -2 -1

x <-2

-4 -3 -2 -1

e.

b.

x -3

-4 -3 -2 -1

a.

b.

-5 -4 -3 -2

-1 0

-5 -4 -3 -2

c.

d.

-5 -4 -3 -2

-1 0

-5 -4 -3 -2

a. x 2 > 5

b. 3 + x 6

c. -5 + x < - 4

d. 7 + x 0

e.

-1 0

x

3

4

f.

x

1

6

-1 0

g. - x > 8

i.

k.

h. 3x < 15

3x + 5 17

j.

4 5x 12

7 + 3x > -7 4x

l.

5 7x < 10 2x

4. List all the integer value of x which satisfy both the inequalities

a.

x

3 1 and

2

x 1 > -3 and x 3 4

e. -6 3x + 12 18

3 x <0

b.

x

1 and 1 2x < 5

2

f.

3 < 6 3m 1

line.

-3 -2 -1 0

Diagram 1

Which inequality represents the common part of both the inequalities?

A. 3 x 2

B 3 x 2C

3 x 2

3 x 2

6. Which of the following number line represents the solution of the linear

inequalities 7 2x 3 < 15 ?

A.

C.

A. -7 x 3

-3 x 7

C -7 x -3

D 3x 7

1.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

2.

A sum of money is given to Ali, Abu and Awang with the ratio of 4 : 5 : 9

each. If Abu receives RM40, how much money is receives by Awang.

3.

Some apples are given to Khaty and Feri with the ratio of 4 : x each.

Given that Khaty receives 20 apples and Feri receives 35 apples.

Find the value of x.

4.

The total lost of 8 pens is RM48. How much do 20 same pens lost ?

5.

The total lost of 5 books is RM15. How many books can be bought with

RM60.

6.

A car moves with a speed of 120 km/hr. What is the distance travelled

in 15 minutes.

7.

A helicopter moves with a speed of 300 km/hr. What is the time taken

to move a distance of 450 km.

8.

A sum of RM96 is given to John, Johnny and Jono with the ratio of

3 : 2 : x. Given that John receives RM24. Find the value of x.

A bus moves from A with an average speed of 60 km/hr. Find the total

time taken by the bus to reach B if the distance of AB is 330 km.

9.

10.

Some oranges are given to Abu, Ali and Ahmad. Abu receives 40

oranges. Given that the ratio of Abu to Ali is 5 : 3 and the ratio of

Ali to Ahmad is 4 : 5.

Find,

(a)

the total oranges received by Ahmad,

(b)

11.

72 kg, find the value of x.

12.

How many baskets are needed to fill in 180 marbles ?

13.

How many chalks can be filled in 11 boxes ?

14.

travelled in 3 hours and 30 minutes.

15.

A sum of money is given to Awang, Awie and Amy with the ratio of

4 : x : 7 each. Awang receives RM36 and Awie receives RM81.

Find,

(a)

the value of x,

(b)

16.

In 3 hours, Ahmad can utter 18000 words. How many words can be

uttered within 4 hours and 30 minutes ?

CIRCLES

1.

Using =

22

, calculate the area and the arc length of the circle or the

7

(a)

(b)

O

(c)

14 cm

7 cm

7 cm

(d)

(e)

28 cm

7 cm

2.

60 o

For each of the following, find the area of shaded region where O is the

centre of the circle or the sector [Using =

(a)

22

].

7

(b)

3 cm

7 cm

A

7 cm C

D

3 cm

B

O 7 cm B

(c)

8 cm

(d)

O

10 cm

6 cm

B

B

OA = 12 cm, OB = 16 cm

(e)

(f)

C

A

4 cm

O

A

AB = 14 cm, AE = FB = 2 cm

OA = 14 cm

(g)

D

60 o

8 cm

A

7 cm

O

C 3 cm B

3.

region where O is the centre of the circle or sector [Using =

(a)

22

]

7

(b)

14 cm

8 cm

7 cm

O

10 cm

2 cm

2 cm

(c)

(d)

B

E

3 cm

C

7 cm

A

O

G

5 cm

7 cm

20 cm

7 cm C 5 cm

(e)

(f)

O

O

7 cm

7 cm A

B

20 cm C

25 cm

7 cm

D

A

4.

For each of the following, find the value of x where O is the centre.

(a)

(b)

(c)

xo

80

xo

40 o

O

x

(d)

50 o

(e)

40 o x

(f)

10 o

xo

130 o

10 o

O

B

xo

(g)

(h)

20 o

O

xo

(i)

xo

O

160 o

10 o

(j)

xo

(k)

70 o

(l)

60 o

10 o

x

50

xo

40 o

60 o

20

(m)

40 o

70 o

xo

140 o

(n)

(o)

xo

O

10

130

o

x o 60

xo

20 o

TRIGONOMETRY

1.

For each of the following, find the value of sin x, cos x and tan x.

(a)

(b)

a

b

c

xo

xo

(c)

l

xo

q

(d)

(e)

5

(f)

xo

12

xo

xo

4

(g)

(h)

(i)

20

xo

xo

12

xo

10

13

(j)

4

5

2.

(a)

xo

3 cm

xo

(b)

A

4 cm

x

E yo

8 cm

D

13 cm

D

yo

13 cm

4

.

5

3

.

5

(c)

(d) Diagram below shows two right angles triangles,

DAB and CDB

xo

E

yo

10 cm

5 cm

yo

4 cm B

8 cm

xo

5

1

and sin xo =

12

2

E is midpoint of BD

Find the value of cos y o

(d) Calculate the length, in cm, of BC

(e)

(f)

6 cm

8 cm

xo

yo

10 cm

yo

B

4

5

(g)

7 cm

B

y

(h)

20 cm

xo

D

xo

C

4 cm

yo

8 cm

E

3 cm C

8 cm

1

.

3

7

10

(i)

(j)

E

yo

12 cm

D

x

B

yo

2

Given that cosBx =

3

3

and sin y o =

. Find CD.

4

xo

12 cm

A

4

1

and sin y o =

.

5

3

Find CE.

(k)

9 cm

(l) A

C

x

14 cm

yo

E

xo

5 cm

C

yo

B

2 cm

6 cm

3

5

3

4

Trigonometry (Enrichment)

1. In Diagram 1, tan x =

5

. Find the value of y

12

2 cm

5 cm

P cm

x

12 cm

2

3

DIAGRAM 1

2. Diagram 2 below show a right angled triangle, PQR and QRS is a straight line.

12 cm

xo

5 cm

yo

R

DIAGRAM 2

3. In Diagram 3, C is the midpoint of the straight line BD

A

xo

5cm

13cm

C

DIAGRAM 3

yo

5 cm

B

xo

DIAGRAM 5

5

1

and sin xo =

12

2

(b) Calculate the length, in cm, of BC

6. Diagram 4 shows a right angled triangle, PQR

P

y

Q

DIAGRAM 6

3

It is given that tan y =

,

4

(b) find the value of cos y

R

8 cm

S

16 cm

x

P

DIAGRAM 7

4

calculate

5

(a) The length of TQ

(b) Find sin xo

9. In diagram 9 , PZV is a straight line.

W

8 cm

Z

x

4cm

3 cm

Y

DIAGRAM 9

a) Find the value of sin x o

4

b) Given that cos VWP , find the length of WP

9

10. In diagram 10 , JKL is a straight line.

M

x

26 m

y

DIAGRAM 10

It is given that cos x =

5

and tan y=2 .Calculate , the length , in cm, of JL.

13

P

yo

Q

DIAGRAM 11

It is given that QN = 13 cm, MP=24 cm,and N is the midpoint of MNP. Find the value of tan y o

12.

9 cm

P

yo

xo

Q

3

It is given that tan x =

4

b) Calculate the length in cm of PS

(a)

(b)

70

(c)

120

4x

130

120

x + 90

(d)

(e)

(f)

60

30

x

20

x

(g)

30

140

70

(h)

(i)

80

80

3x

20 x

(j)

(k)

60

60

(l)

40

120

x

120

120

x

x

(m)

(n)

60

20

(o)

120

10

60

70

4x

(p)

(q)

(r)

60

110

40

20

POLYGONS

(a)

(b)

x

x

(c)

(d)

80

120

x

150

(e)

(f)

x

20

(g)

(h)

20 30

x

130

(i)

(j)

x

x

(k)

(l)

x

(m)

(n)

130

x

(o)

140

110

x

120

(p)

120 120

x

120

80

120

40

x

40

130

40

(q)

(r)

100

60

100

x

x

Graphs of Functions

120

Table 1 shows the values of two variables, x and y, of a function.

x

y

-3

-7

-2

-2

-1

1

0

2

1

1

2

-2

3

-7

By using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x-axis and 2 cm to 2 units on the y-axis, draw

A graph for the function.

Table 2 shows the values of two variables, x and y, of a function.

x

y

-2

32

-1

18

0

8

1

2

2

0

3

2

4

8

By using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x-axis and 2 cm to 4 units on the y-axis, draw

A graph for the function.

Table 3 shows the values of two variables, x and y, of a function.

x

y

-3

15

-2

5

-1

-1

0

-3

1

-1

2

5

3

15

By using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x-axis and 2 cm to 5 units on the y-axis, draw

A graph for the function.

Table 4 shows the values of two variables, x and y, of a function.

x

y

-2

15

-1

8

0

3

1

0

2

-1

3

0

4

3

By using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x-axis and 2 cm to 2.5 units on the y-axis, draw

A graph for the function.

Table 5 shows the values of two variables, x and y, of a function.

x

y

-3

-25

-2

-6

-1

1

0

2

1

3

2

10

3

29

By using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x-axis and 2 cm to 5 units on the y-axis, draw

A graph for the function.

1. Diagram 1 in the answer space shows a square, PQRS with sides of 8 cm.

a) W is the point which moves such that it is equidistant from straight lines SP and SR. By

using the letters in the diagram, state the locus of W.

b) On the diagram, draw

i)

ii)

the locus for the point X that is constantly 4 cm from the point O.

the locus for the point Y that is constantly 2 cm from the straight line KM

c) Hence, mark with the symbol the intersection of the locus of X and the locus of Y.

( 5 marks )

Answer :

(a)

(b) (i) (ii)

(c)

Diagram 1

2. Diagram 2 in the answer space shows a hexagon with sides of 4 cm.

X, Y and Z are three moving points in the diagram.

a) X is the point which moves such that it is equidistant from point A and point E.

By using the letters in the diagram, state the locus of X.

b) On the diagram, draw

i) the locus of point Y that is constantly 4 cm from the point C.

ii) the locus for the point Z that is constantly 1 cm from the straight line FC.

c) Hence, mark with the symbol the intersection of the locus of Y and the locus of Z.

( 5 marks )

Answer :

(a)

(c)

C

Diagram 2

3. Diagram 3 below shows a rectangle ABCD. In the same figure, construct the loci for:

a) point T that moves in such a way that its distance from A is always 4 cm,

b) point Y that moves in such a way that is always equidistant from lines AC and BD.

Subsequently, mark the point/points of intersection of the two loci using the symbol .

( 4 marks)

D

C

B

Diagram 3

4. Diagram 4 below shows a circle with radius 2 cm and O as the centre. Point X moves in such

a way that its distance is always 2 cm from O and 1.5 cm from the straight line AOB.

Construct and mark with symbol for the possible position of point X.

Diagram 4

5. Diagram 5 in the answer space shows four squares, KUJS, ULVJ , JVMW and SJWN. X, Y

and Z are three moving points in the diagram.

a) X moves such that it is equidistant from the straight lines KN and LM. By using the letters in

the diagram, state the locus of X.

b) On the diagram, draw

(i) the locus of Y such that YJ = JS

(ii) the locus of Z such that its distance from point L and point N are the same.

c) Hence, mark with the symbol all the intersections of the locus of Y and the locus of Z.

( 5 marks )

K

J

S

W

Diagram 5

a) On the diagram, construct :

(ii) locus U which moves in such a way that its vertical distance is always the same from QP

and QR.

c) Mark the point of intersection of locus T and locus U using the symbol .

( 3 marks )

P

R

Diagram 6

7. (a) Diagram 7 below is a square EFGH. X is a point that moves equidistant from F and H.

State the locus of X using the letters in the diagram.

(b) Construct on the diagram,

(i) locus Y which moves at a distance of 2 cm from T.

(ii) locus Z which moves in such a way that its vertical distance from line HF is always

at 1.5 cm.

(c) Mark all the possible point/points of intersection between locus Y and locus Z.

( 5 marks )

Answer :

(a)

(b) (i) (ii)

(c)

E

3

5

v.

vii.

0.5

viii.

0.4

H

Calculate the value of

ix

xi

27

64

= .

2

-1

3

=

8

3

= .

8

i.

42

= .

ii.

62

iii.

(-2)2 = .

2

iv.

1

=

2

v.

vi.

vii.

27

64 = .

4 2 3 27 =

i.

ii.

= ..

iii.

16 =

iv

25 =

36 = .

vi.

49 = .

vii.

vii.

64 =

viii.

81 = .

ix.

100 =

x.

0.04 = ..

xi.

0.09 =

xii.

0.16 = ..

xiii

ix

0.0064

0.25

= ..

= ..

Cube Roots

Find the value of

i.

ii.

iii.

8 = ...

v.

27 = ..

vi.

64 = .

iv. 3 (125) =

..

1.

0.008 = ..

0.027 = ..

vii.

0.064 = .

v.

0.125 = ..

vi.

0.512 = ..

1

a) Find the value of

4

64

0.216

27 )2

3

c) Calculate

the value of 4 +

(PMR 04)

2

2.

2

a) Find the value of

3

100 + 3 125

27

27

8

0.125

64

TOPIC

TIME

:

:

STATISTICS

2 HOURS

1. The data below shows the scores obtained by a group of boys in a game.

3 2 1 3 1 2 3 4 5 5 2 5 5 2 1 5 2

4 2 1 4 2 4 5 4 2 3 1 5 2 5 3 4 1

(a) Using the data, complete the frequency table in the answer space.

(b) State the mode of the score.

Answer::

(a)

Number

Frequency

(b)

2. The following data shows the grades obtained by students in Form 3 Jaya in a Mathematics

monthly test.

A A C B B B B A C C D D A A B B C A A

B B B C C CC A A D C C B B B C C D

(a) Complete the frequency table in the answer space using the data above.

(b) State the mode of the data.

Answer:

(a)

Grade

Frequency

(b)

3. The data below shows the marks obtained by the students in form three Bestari in a Science

topical test.

40 43 45 43 41 42 43 44 45 45 42

45 45 42 41 40 40 43 40

40 45 42

(a) Using the data, complete the frequency table in the answer space.

(b) State the mode of the data.

Answer::

(a)

Number

40

41

42

43

44

45

Frequency

(b)

4. The following data shows the modes of transport used by students in Form 3 to travel daily to

school.

Bus Bus Bus Bicycle Car Car Bicycle Bicycle Bus

Bus Bus Car Bicycle Bicycle Bicycle Bus Bus

Bus Car Bicycle Bus Bus Bus Car Car Bicycle

Bus Car Car

(a) Complete the frequency table in the answer space using the data above.

(b) State the mode of the data.

Answer:

(a)

Mode of

transport

Bicycle

Bus

Car

Frequency

(b)

5. The data in the table below shows the numbers obtained when a dice is thrown 36 times..

3

2 4

5 4

3

2

(a) Using the data, complete the frequency table in the answer space.

(b) State the median of the data.

Answer::

(a)

Number

Frequency

(b)

6. Azian draws cards with the letters A, B, C, D and E from a satck of cards 29 times. The data

shows the letters obtained by her for each draw.

E

A

A A

(a) Complete the frequency table in the answer space using the data above.

(b) State the median of the data.

Answer:

(a)

Grade

Frequency

(b)

7. The data below shows the marks obtained by the students in form 3 Usaha in a Mathematics

topical test.

20 23 25 23 21 22 23 24 25 25 22

25 25 22 21 20 20 23 20

20 25 22

(a) Using the data, complete the frequency table in the answer space.

(b) State the median score.

Answer::

(a)

Number

20

21

22

23

25

24

Frequency

(b)

8. The following data shows the amount of daily liquid consumption, in ml, of 25 adults.

550 600 550 550 600 650 700 800 750 550

600 600 650 600 800 750 700 800 600 650

700 650 750 800 550

(a) Complete the frequency table in the answer space using the data above.

(b) State the median of the data.

Answer:

(a)

Liquid

consumption

(ml)

550

600

650

700

750

800

Frequency

(b)

9. The incomplete pictogram below shows the number of students in Form 3 who sat for an

examination. If there are 300 students in Form 3 and the number of students who obtained

grade C is 75, complete the pictogram

Answer ::

Grade A

Grade B

Grade C

10. The pictogram shown below is incomplete. It shows the number of cakes sold by the Home

Science Society during the Food Fair Week. If the number of cakes sold for the three days is

200 pieces, complete the pictogram.

Answer :

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

11. The incomplete pictogram below shows the number of books read by 3 students in the NILAM

programme. If Awwal read 80 books and the total number of books read by the three boys is

200, complete the pictogram

Answer :

Azhar

Ameen

Awwal

12. The incomplete pictogram below shows the number of members of the Mathematics

Society in a school. If the total number of members of the society is 156, complete the

pictogram in the answer space.

Answer :

Form 1

Form 2

Form 3

represents 12 members

13. Marina sold 195 cupons to parents in three housing areas for the school Food Fair. The

incomplete pictogram below shows the information on the number of cupons sold. If 60

cupons were sold to parents in Taman Daya, complete the pictogram in the answer

space.

Answer :

Taman Daya

Taman Mega

Taman Sura

represents

_______ cupons

14. Sameer collects 85 samples of tadpoles in carrying out a scientific experiment. The

incomplete pictogam below shows the information on the number of tadpoles collected

from three different places. If 45 tadpoles were collected from Pond B, complete the

pictogram in the answer space.

Answer :

Pond A

Pond B

Pond C

15. The table shows three types of games played by 45 students in Form 3 Tekun.

Games

Soccer

Netball

Badminton

Number of students

24

K

8

(b) Represent all the information in the table as a bar chart in the answer space.

Answer :

(a)

(b)

24

Number of students

20

16

12

Games

Badminton

Soccer

Netball

1. A stationary shop sold 250 pens in three months. The table below shows the

number of pens sold.

Month

January

February

March

Number of students

80

120

M

(b) Represent all the information in the table as a bar chart in the answer space.

Answer :

(a)

(b)

140

Number of pens

120

100

80

40

20

January

February

March

Month

16. The total rainfall for three months is recorded to be 40 mm. The table below

shows the amount of rainfall.

Month

Total rainfall (mm)

June

H

2. Adriana earns RM 2400.00 in a month. The table below shows her monthly

July

15

expenditure.

August

13

Item

Amount (RM)

Savings

Y

Rentvalue of H.

Z

(c) Find the

Food

1000.00

(d) Represent all the information in the table as a line graph in the answer space.

Answer :

(c) Find the value of Y.

(a)

(d) Represent all the information in the table as a pie chart in the answer space.

3.

Suseela

prepares three types of dishes using 25 kg of beef. The table below

Answer

:

shows the amount of beef used.

(a)

Suseela

menyediakan tiga masakan menggunakan 25 kg daging. Jadual di

(b)

bawah

menunjukkan jumlah daging yang digunakan.

Types

24 of dish

Jenis masakan

Masakan/Dish A

Masakan/Dish

B

20

Masakan/Dish C

Total rainfall (mm)

(b)

Kuantiti daging(kg)

M

10

8

(e) Find 16

the value of M.

Cari nilai M

Savings

12

(f) Represent all the information in the table as a pie chart in the answer space.

Wakilkan semua pernyataan dalam jadual sebagai carta pai dalam ruang

jawapan

8

Answer :

(a)

4

(b)

June

July

August

Month

11. 2005 Table below shows the number of students who play four type of game.

Jadual di bawah menunjukkan bilangan pelajar yang bermain empat jni permainan.

Types of games

Jenis permainan

Number of students

Bilangan Pelajar

Ping Pong

Badminton

Hocky

Hand Ball/Bola Baling

8

15

25

12

The information for Badminton is shown fully in the pie chart in the answer space.

Complete the pie chart to represent all the information in Table above.

Maklumat bagi permainan Badminton ditunjukkan sepenuhnya dalam carta pai di ruang

jawapan. Lengkapkan carta pai itu untuk mewakili semua maklumat dalam jadual diatas.

Jawapan:

Badminton

12. 2006 Diagram 5 is a pie chart which shows the number of pupils in five groups who

complete an assignment during a motivational camp.

Rajah 5 ialah carta pai yang menunjukkan bilangan murid dalam lima kumpulan yang

Berjaya menyiapkan tugasan semasa kem motivasi.

Tuah

10

Jebat

x

Lekiu

12

Kasturi

2x

Lekir

8

Diagram 5

It is given that the total number of pupils who complete the assignment is 36.

Diberi bilangan murid yang Berjaya menyiapkan tugasan ialah 36 orang

(a) Find the value of x.

Cari nilai x.

(b) Calculate the angle of the sctor representing the Tuah group. Show your working.

Kira sudut sektor yang mewakili kumpulan Tuah. Tunjukkan cara kerja.

(c) State the mode of the data.

Nyatakan mod data itu.

Jawapan:

(a)

(b)

(c)

13. 2008 Table 15 in the answer space shows the number of gold medals obtaind by four

schools in a sport competation. The information for school L is shown fully in the pie chart in

Diagram 15.

Jadual 15 dalam ruang jaapan menunjukkan bilangan piala emas yang dperolehi

empat buah sekolah dalam satu prtandingan sukan.. Maklumat bagi sekolah L

ditunjukkan sepenuhnya dalam carta pai di Rajah 15.

Complete

Lengkapkan

(a) The angle of the sectors for school M and School L in the Table 15

Sudut sektor bagi Sekolah M dan Sekolah L dalan Jadual 15

(b) The pie chart in Diagram 15 to represent all the information in Table 15

Carta pai dalam Rajah 15 untu mewakili semua maklumat dalam Jadual 15.

Jawapan:

(a)

School

Sekola

h

K

L

M

N

Bilangan Pingat Emas

Angle of sector

Sudut sektor

10

60

20

30

180

(b)

180

Contoh:

1. Jadual di bawah menunjukkan bilangan kemalangan dalam masa seminggu.

Jenis Jalan

Lebuhraya

Persekutuan

Bandar

Lain-lain

Bil. Kemalangan

Sudut

14

Penyelesaian:

Jumlah kemalangan = 4+9+14+3 = 30

bil .kemalangan

=

b) Sudut Persekutuan =

4

360

30

= 48

c) Sudut Bandar

d) Sudut Lain-lain

Gred

Bil. Pelajar

Sudut

A

4

B

12

C

18

D

6

Penyelesaian:

Jumlah Pelajar =

bil . pel.Gred A

c) Sudut Gred C =

b) Sudut Gred B =

d) Sudut Gred D =

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