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Practice I

(1) An aeroplane travelled at an average speed of 428 km/h. Find the distance

travelled after :

(a)

(b)

h.

h.

(2) A Van took 3 hours to travel from the office to a factory. If the distance

between the two places is 87 km, find the speed of the van.

(3) A whale can swim at speed of 750 m/min. How far can it swim in:

(a) 15 minutes?

(b) 42 minutes?

(4) Andre and Miko competed in a 200-m race. Andre ran at speed of 5 m/s.

Miko ran at a speed of 8 m/s. If they started at the same time,

(a) Find the time Miko took to reach the finishing line.

(b) How far was Miko from Andre when Miko reached the finishing line?

Practice 2

Average Speed

(1) A cyclist took 2 hours to cycle from the community centre to the beach. He

cycled a distance of 132 km for another 3 hours from the beach to the bank.

The distance between the community centre and the bank was 220 km.

(a) Find the speed of the cyclist for the distance from the beach to the bank.

(b) What was the average speed for the whole distance?

(2) Mr. Ronald took 2 hours to travel 104 km from Kutasari Village to Mekarsari

Village. He took another 3 hours to travel 121 km to Karang Tengah Village.

(a) Find the total distance that Mr. Ronald had travelled.

(b) What was the average speed for the whole journey?

takes 14 seconds to fall another 90 m to reach Point B.

(a) Find the total time taken to reach Point B.

(b) Find the average speed.

Practice 3

Word Problems

average speed of 120 km/h along the same road. How long did the salesman

take to reach Sleman?

(2) At 8.30, Alif left Bedugul and cycled towards Nusa Dua at a speed of 10

km/h. At the same time, Arman left Nusa Dua and cycled towards Bedugul

at 12 km/h along the same road. If the distance between bedugul and Nusa

Dua was 6 km, how far apart were the boys 15 minutes later?

(3) A duck swam from one end of pond to another end, and back again, covering

a distance of 60 m altogether. It completed the whole distance in 30

seconds. It took 10 seconds to swim the first part of the distance. What was

its speed for the second part of the distance?

Challenging Practice

(1) Romi and Hannan went for a run. They started from the same point but ran

in opposite directions. After running for 10 minutes, they were 5400 m

apart. If Romi ran at a speed of 240 m/min, find Hannan speed.

(2) Abdul, Reza and Nico were on their way to a resort. Abdul drove

journey at a speed of 64 km/h. Reza took over and drove

of the

of the journey

for 20 minutes at a speed of 60 km/h. Then Nico took over and drove the

remaining of the journey.

(a) How far did Reza drive?

(b) For how many minutes did Abdul drive?

Circles

Practice 1

(b) Measure the radius.

It is _________________ cm.

(c) Measure the diameter.

It is __________________ cm.

Name a radius and a diameter.

Radius

= _____________________________

Diameter

= _____________________________

Practice 2

Circumference

(a)

(b)

21 cm

(2) Find the circumference of circle below. Give your answer correct to 1

decimal place.

50 cm

(a)

12 cm

(b)

20 cm

Practice 3

Perimeter

(a)

10 cm

4 cm

(c)

14 cm

(d) The figure is made up of a quadrant and semicircle. Give your answer

correct to 2 decimal places.

28 cm

14 cm

(e)

your answer correct to 2 decimal places.

28 cm

(2) Find the circumference of the top of the circular cylinder. (Take =

49 cm

(3) Find the circumference of the inner ring of the tin. Give your answer correct

to 1 decimal place.

10 cm

1 cm

(4) A wire hook is made up of 3 large semicircles and 2 small semicircles. A and

B are the centres of the two of the semicircles. Find the length of wire

needed to make the hook. (Take = 3, 4)

10 cm

10 cm

10 cm

(5) A wheel made 72 revolutions. It has a radius of 23 cm. How far did it travel?

Give your answer in metres correct to the nearest whole number.

Practice 4

Area Of A Circle

28 cm

(2) Find the area of each circle. Give your answer correct to 1 decimal place.

(Take = 3, 4)

32 m

(Take =

42 dm

The figure is made up of two cemicircles. (Take =

Area of figure =

35 dm

35 dm

(5) The figure is made up of a quadrant and 2 semicircles. Find the area of the

shaded part of a each figure. (Take = 3, 4)

Area of quadrant =

24 cm

24 cm

Area of 2 semicircles =

Area of figure =

(6) The figure shows three semicircles. Give your answer correct to the nearest

whole number.

22 cm

(7) Find the area of the shaded part of a each figure. (Take = 3, 4)

(a) The figure shows two semircles.

Area of big semicircle =

10 cm

10 cm

10 cm

10 cm

Area of semicircle =

(a) The figure is made up of 4 identical quadrants. Leave your answer in

terms of .

8 cm

10 cm

10 cm

(9) The figure shows two circles of radius 14 cm and 35 cm. Find the area of the

shaded part of the figure. (Take =

(10) The figure shows a circle of diameter 136 cm. It is divided into 8 equal parts.

Find :

(a) The area of the shaded part of the figure.

(b) The perimeter of the shaded part of the figure.

Give your answers correct to 2 decimal places.

Practice I

(1) Find the area and perimeter of each of the following figures

(a)

(b)

8 cm

120 cm

25 cm

(c)

34 cm

16 cm

20 cm

18 cm

(2) Find the area and perimeter of each of the following figures.

(a) The figure is made up of two squares

3 cm

5 cm

6 cm

5 cm

13 cm

10 cm

5 cm

3.) Find the area and perimeter of the shaded part in the each of the following

figures

figure is 60 cm. Find the area of the figure

4.) In each of the following figures, find the area of the shaded part

5.) Find the area and perimeter of each of the following figures

a. GAMBAR

b. GAMBAR

2.) Find the volume of each solid

a. GAMBAR

3.) Find the unknown edge of each cuboid

a. GAMBAR

b. GAMBAR

4.) Find the unknown edge of each cuboid. Give your answer correct to 2

decimal places

a. GAMBAR

5.) Find the unknown side of each solid given the volume and the area of

the shaded side

a. GAMBAR

5.) Find the square roots of the following numbers

a.

b.

3 =

c.

d.

44 =

e.

f.

44 =

g.

4 =

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