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Secondary 1

Mathematics

23rd April 2018

1. A man bought a watch for $560. He made a profit of 15% of the cost price after selling the watch at a

discount of 20% of the selling price. Find the actual selling price of the watch.

Answer [2]

(a) If the height of the school in the model is 36cm, find the actual height of the school in metres.

(b) The actual floor of the school hall is 700m2 ,find the corresponding floor area of the hall of the

model in cm2

Answer(a) [1]

Answer(b) [2]

(a) Find e when a = 5, b = 3, c = −2 and d = −1.

Answer(a)e = [1]

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Answer(b)a = [2]

4. In a survey, a group of 14 people were asked the time taken to travel to work each day. The time taken,

recorded in minutes, are shown below.

31 22 40 55 11 29 37

28 29 37 46 14 29 35

The first column of the above data has already been entered on the stem and leaf diagram in the

answer space.

Complete the stem and leaf diagram and state the median time.

1

2 8

3 1

4

5

5. The diagram shows three circles with diameters 2r, 4r and 6r respectively. Find the ratio of the area

of the shaded region to that of the unshaded region.

Answer [3]

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(b) Find the smallest integer n such that 4200n is a perfect square.

(c) Written as products of their prime factors, the HCF and LCM of the numbers 4200 and x are

given below

HCF = 22 ∗ 3 ∗ 5 and

LCM = 23 ∗ 33 ∗ 52 ∗ 7 ∗ 11

Express x as the product of its prime factors.

Answer(a) [1]

Answer(b) [1]

Answer(c) [2]

21st July 2017

30

20

10

A B C D

(a) Express the sales of Brand B as a percentage of the total sales.

(b) The same information is shown on a pie chart. Find the angle of sector which represents the sales

of Brand D.

(c) The advertisement made the claim that

’Brand C is the most popular soft drink in Singapore in 20 17 ’.

Is the claim valid? Give a reason to support your answer.

Answer(a) [2]

Answer(b) [2]

Answer(c) [2]

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8. The table shows the number of hours spent on Facebook by a group of pupils in a day.

Number of hours 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

Number of pupils 4 x 7 6 5 4 2

(b) If the median is 3, find the largest possible value of x.

(c) If the mean number of hours spent by each pupil is 2.75, find the value of x.

Answer(a) [2]

Answer(b) [2]

Answer(c) [2]

9. Mr Goh bought a home entertainment system during the Year-End Sale on hire purchase. He paid a

deposit of 20% of the selling price. The balance of the payment was $8 000.

(b) Mr Goh paid the balance of the payment in monthly instalments of $380, charged at x % per

annum simple interest for 2 years. Find the value of x.

(c) Mr Goh could have taken a loan to pay the outstanding balance. lf the finance company charged

him a compound interest of 6.5 period of 2 years, would you recommend that he takes up the loan

instead of paying in instalments? State your reason clearly.

Answer(a) [1]

Answer(b) [3]

Answer(c) [3]

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10. A company charges $530.40 for transporting goods weighing 48 kg for 36 km. If the charge is 35cents

per kg per km for the first 5km, how much less is the charge per kg per km for every subsequent km?

Answer [2]

11. A flash drive which Wendy bought has 20 gigabytes of memory space. The average size of a digital file

is 4.5 megabytes.

(b) Find the number of complete digital files the flash drive can store.

(c) Given that 680 digital files have been stored, find the size of the free memory space in bytes. Give

your answer in standard form.

Answer(a) [1]

Answer(b) [3]

Answer(c) [3]

12. The braking distance of a car is directly proportional to the square of its speed. When the speed is p

metres per second, the braking distance is 6 m. When the speed is increased by 250%, find

(a) an expression for the speed of the car,

(b) the braking distance,

(c) the percentage increase in the braking distance.

Answer(a) [1]

Answer(b) [3]

Answer(c) [3]

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13. There are 3 rooms. You ahve decided that all 3 rooms needs to be carpeted and the dimension of

each room is 3.9m by 2.2m. Estimate the area of the carpets needed to cover the 3 rooms. Show your

working clearly giving reasons.

Answer

[3]

√ √

95.99× 3 1024

(26.59+72.87)2 +(−3.789−1.234)3

Answer [2]

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