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ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS

(a) x + 10 = 4 PMR 2007

5x − 4

(b) =x (3 marks)

3

(a) 2y + 6 PMR 2007

(b) 12 – 3x2 (3 marks)

(a) q (2 + p) PMR 2007

(b) (3m – n) 2 (3 marks)

5 2 − 3w

4. Express + as a single fraction in its simplest form. PMR 2007

3n 6n

(3 marks)

(a) w – 6 < 2 PMR 2007

(b) 8 + 4v ≥ 9 − 2v (3 marks)

(2 marks)

3 1

7. a) Find the value of 5 2 ÷ 5 2

b) Simplify ( hg 4 ) x h 2

3

PMR 2007

(3 marks)

PMR 2005

(a) 4e – 12ef

(b) 3x 2 − 48 (3 marks)

PMR 2005

1 m+2

10. Express - as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

2m 6m 2

PMR 2005

11. Simplify ( 3 x − 1) − (7 x + 4)

2

(2 marks)

PMR 2004

1

12. Simplify ( 2mk 2 ) x ( k 2 ) ÷ m5 k9

4 3

(3 marks)

PMR 2004

13. Factorise completely.

(a) 9 xy − 3 x

2

(b) p 2 − 6( p + 1) − (8 − p ) (3 marks)

PMR 2004

1

1− p

3 2

14. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

2m mp

PMR 2004

(a) 2n = 3n – 4

3 − 7k

(b) 2k = (3 marks)

5

PMR 2005

PMR 2004

(a) k = −14 − k

3

(b) f + (6 − 4 f ) = −31 (3 marks)

2

PMR 2004

18. Solve each of the following equations:

(a) h = 16 − h

2

(b) 3( 2k − 3) + (6 − 3k ) = −33 (3 marks)

3

(a) 4 xy − 12 x 2

(b) − y ( x + y ) + 6 x 2 (3 marks)

2( p +1) 4 − m

20. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

mp 2m

p

b) List all the integer values of p which satisfy both the inequalities 26 − 4 p > 2 and p ≥ 2 +

2

(4 marks)

7

22. Given that = 2 , express m in terms of n. (3 marks)

5m + n

2

24. Simplify (2 x −1 y 3 )3 × xy ÷ x 2 y −3 (2 marks)

25. Simplify h(h − 2k ) − ( k − h) 2 (2 marks)

x

27. a) Solve the inequality +2 <3

5

18 − x

b) List all the integer values of x which satisfy both the inequalities ≤ 3 and 3( x − 6) < 2(6 − x)

5

(4 marks)

7x − y

29. Given that = 2 , express x in terms of y. (3 marks)

3

(a) 4m – 9 = 3m + 5

2

(b) w + 5 = 7 − (6 w − 9) (3 marks)

3

12 + x 3 y + x

32. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

4x xy

(a) 18 x 2 − 2

(b) m( 2n −1) −8n + 4 (3 marks)

(a) n = 4 + 2n

3x + 2

(b) =5 (3 marks)

x −4

5h − 2

35. Given that = h + k , express h in terms of k. (3 marks)

3

(a) 3m −12 mn

(b) 5h 2 − 4( h 2 +1) (3 marks)

3 1

9 × (2 )

2 2 2

39. Evaluate 1

(3 marks)

9 2

3

4 5n − 3

40. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

3n 6n 2

(a) p 2 + 3 p − 3q − pq

(b) x ( x − 2) −8 (3 marks)

3x

44. Given that y − 2 = 5 x , express y in terms of k. (3 marks)

5 h −4

45. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

6h 2 h 2

(a) 3 x − ( x − 4) =12

3m − 5

(b) m = (3 marks)

8

1 1 1

3 × (3 × 5 )

4 4 3 3

47. Evaluate 2

(3 marks)

27 3

n

1

48. Given × 64 = 2n , calculate the value of n. (3 marks)

4

(a) 3 x − y − ( x − y )

(b) n(n − 2m) − ( m − n) 2 (3 marks)

4 x8 × 20 x10

50. Simplify (2 marks)

16 x 6

4( h + k ) 16 − h

51. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

hk 4h

(a) 9 x − x 3

(b) h 2 − 4(h + 2) − (2 − 7 h) (3 marks)

(a) 13 − 4( n + 2) = 2n

3k + 17

(b) = k +1 (3 marks)

5

4

55. Solve the inequality 2 − 3 x < 5( x −1) (2 marks)

5r

56. Given that 3 p − = 4 , express p in terms of r. (3 marks)

2

k

(b) List all the integer values of k which satisfy both the inequalities 2 − k < 1 and +4 ≤5

4

(4 marks)

n(3 − m)

61. Given that m = , express n in terms of m. (3 marks)

n −1

(a) 2m = 6 − m

5x + 6 x + 2

(b) − =2 (3 marks)

4 3

x

(b) List all the integer values of x which satisfy both the inequalities 5( x + 6) > 20 and 12 − ≥ 10

2

(3 marks)

1

64. Simplify (3hk 3 ) 4 × ( hk ) ÷ h8 k 12

3 3 (3 marks)

1

65. Given that 2−5 ÷ = 2n , calculate the value of n. (2 marks)

8

t2 +3

66. Given that = h −1 , express t in terms of h. (3 marks)

4

m +n 3+m

67. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

5mn 15 m

(a) 3 p − 2( p −1)

(b) m( m + 2) − (m −1) 2 (3 marks)

(a) 8m 2 n − 2mn

(b) 2 x( x − 2) + ( x − 2) 2 (3 marks)

5

70. Simplify ( m − 4)( m + 3) − m( m − 2) (2 marks)

3

1

71. Given that ( ) x = ( 256 ) 4 , calculate the value of x. (3 marks)

4

6 4+r

72. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

8r 4r 2

q (3 − 2 p )

73. Given that p = , express q in terms of p. (3 marks)

q −3

(a) 5h − 4 = 8 − h

2x

(b) − 6 = 2x (3 marks)

3

(a) 4h 2 k − hk

(b) (h - 2)(h + 8) -12h (3 marks)

1 2m − 1

77. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

4m 8m 2

k

78. Given that = n 2 − 4k . Express n in term of k. (3 marks)

5

2m

(a) = m −3

3

(b) k − 2(k + 5) = 4k (3 marks)

80. Evaluate 27 × (3 )

3 2 4

(3 marks)

812

p −3r 2

81. Simplify ( ) ×2 p 2r (2 marks)

2

x

82. Given that k ≤ x ≤ h satisfy both the inequalities 3 − ≥ 2 and 5 + 2 x ≥ 3. Find the value of k and h,

3

where k and h are integers.

(2 marks)

6

(b) List all the integer values of x which satisfy both the inequalities 2k + 3 ≥ −3 and 2 − k ≥ 0

(4 marks)

1

85. Given that 27 ÷ 3x = , calculate the value of x (2 marks)

9

1

m2 p9

86. Simplify (4m −1n 2 ) 2 × (3 marks)

p3

5(m − 2)

87. Given that = 3 , express m in term of k (2 marks)

k

(a) 4k − (3 − k ) =1

(b) 10 − 3( 2 − w) = 9 w + 2 (3 marks)

(a) 3h 2 k − 9hk 2

(b) 15 + m(m + 8) (3 marks)

1 9 −e

90. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

3e 6e 2

(a) 4 p 2 − 6 p

(b) 2h – 2k + hk – k2 (3 marks)

1 5 − 2m

93. Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form (3 marks)

5m 15 m 2

p −2 r

94. Given that = , express p in term of q and r (2 marks)

q 3

n +8

(a) n =

3

(b) 3m − 4 = −3(m − 2) (3 marks)

2

97. (a) Solve the inequality x − 3 < 2 and x + 3 > 7.

3

y 4

(b) List all the positive integers of y which satisfy the inequality 4 − ≥ y −1 and 2 − k ≥ 0

5 5

(4 marks)

7

98. Simplify (5e 2 f )3 ×ef ÷(ef 2 ) 2 (3 marks)

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