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Paper 1

8. 5 – h < 2

1. –1 < x , 3 5 <2+h

Answer: D 5 – 2 < h

3 <h

2. – 4 , x < 2

Answer: A

Answer: B

3. x + 1 < 4

x < 4 – 1

x < 3

x is a positive integer. Paper 1

Hence, x = 1, 2, 3

1. 2 – x > – 4 and 2x + 1 . 3

Answer: D 2 + 4 > x 2x . 3 – 1

6 > x 2x . 2

4. 2x – 1 , 9 x . 1

2x , 9 + 1

2x , 10

–2 –1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

10

x , —–

2 Answer: C

x , 5

x is a positive integer. 4x

Hence, x = 1, 2, 3, 4 2. 2x – 1 > 15 and ––– , 16

2x > 15 + 1 3

Answer: C 4x , 16 × 3

16

x > ––– 48

2 x , –––

5. 4

x > 8

x , 12

–1 0 1 2 3

x = –1, 0, 1, 2

Answer: B 8 9 10 11 12

x = 8, 9, 10, 11

6. 3m – 1 . 11

3m . 11 + 1 Answer: C

3m . 12

12 3. 3 < x , 8 and 1 – y , 5

m . –––

3 1 – 5 , y

m . 4 –4 , y

Answer: A Maximum value of x – y

= Maximum value of x – Minimum value of y

p = 7 – (–3)

7. — . 3

2 = 10

p . 2 × 3

p . 6 Answer: C

Answer: C

Mathematics SPM Chapter 5

4. 4 – 3x , 16 2

8. x > 4 and 2 + x , 10

4 , 16 + 3x 3

4 – 16 , 3x 2x > 12 x , 10 – 2

–12 , 3x x > 6 x , 8

12

–––

– , x

3

–4 ,x 6 7 8

x = –3, –2, –1, …

x = 6, 7

Answer: A

Answer: B

n x

5. –– – 1 > 3n + 4 9. –– + 2 . x and 1

2 –– (x – 1) < x

2 3

n x x – 1 < x × 3

–1 – 4 > 3n – –– 2 . x – ––

2 2 x – 1 < 3x

6n n 2x x –1 < 3x – x

–5 > ––– – –– 2 . ––– – ––

2 2 2 2 –1 < 2x

5n x 1

–5 > ––– 2 . –– – –– < x

2 2 2

–5 × 2 > 5n 2 × 2 . x

–10 4 .x

–––– > n

5

–2 >n

Answer: D –1 1

––

0 1 2 3 4

2

x = 0, 1, 2, 3

1

6. x , 2 and 2 – 5x < 7

2 2 – 7 < 5x Answer: A

x , 4

–5 < 5x

–1 <x

Paper 1

–1 0 1 2 3 4

1. 2x + 3 > –3 and 2 – x > 0

2x > –3 – 3 2 > x

The integers are –1, 0, 1, 2, and 3. –6

x > –––

Answer: C 2

x > –3

3x + 15 < –2x

3x + 2x < –15 –3 –2 –1 0 1 2

5x < –15

15 x = –3, –2, –1, 0, 1, 2

x < –

5 Answer: A

x < –3

Answer: D 2. 8 – e < 6 and 3(e – 6) , 12 – 2e

8 – 6 < e 3e – 18 , 12 – 2e

2 <e 3e + 2e , 12 + 18

5e , 30

30

e , –––

5

e , 6

Mathematics SPM Chapter 5

7. 2 + t , 9 and 7 – 4t < 3

t , 9 – 2 7 – 3 < 4t

t , 7 4 < 4t

2 3 4 5 6

1 <t

e = 2, 3, 4, 5 Hence, 1 < t , 7

Answer: C Answer: D

k

3. 2k < 8 + k and –– > 1 h

8. Given 3 > h . 1 – —,

2 3

2k – k < 8 k > 1 × 2

k < 8 h

k > 2 h . 1 – —

then 3 > h and

3

h

h + — . 1

Hence, 2 < k < 8 3

4h

Answer: D ––– . 1

3

4h . 1 × 3

4. Given 4 , 3x – 11 < 16 3

3x – 11 < 16 h . —

then 4 , 3x – 11 and 4

4 + 11 , 3x 3x < 16 + 11

15 27

––– , x x < –––

3 3

5 ,x x < 9 0 3 1

– 2 3

4

h = 1, 2, 3

5 6 7 8 9 Answer: A

x = 6, 7, 8, 9

9. 2m – 1 , 2 and m > –3

Answer: A 2m , 2 + 1

2m , 3

x 3

5. Given –1 , 1 – — < 2 m , —

2 2

x x

then –1 , 1 – — and 1 – — < 2

2 2

x x

— – 1 , 1 1 – 2 < —

2 2

x x

— , 1 + 1 –1 <— –3 –2 –1 0 1 –

3 2

2 2 2

Answer: C

–2 –1 0 1 2 3 4 1

10. —x < 2 and 5 – 3x , 8

3 5 – 8 , 3x

x = –2, –1, 0, 1, 2, 3

x < 2 × 3

–3 , 3x

Answer: C x < 6

–3

––– , x

3

6. 7 – w < 2 and 3w – 27 , 0 –1 ,x

7 – 2 < w 3w , 27

5 <w 27 Hence, –1 , x < 6

w , –––

3

Answer: C

w , 9

Hence, 5 < w , 9

Answer: B

Mathematics SPM Chapter 5

2 13.

k – 3 < 11 and 2k + 5 > 8

11. —x . –2 and 3 + 4x < 15

5 k < 11 + 3 2k > 8 – 5

4x < 15 – 3

2x . –2 × 5 k < 14 3

12 k > —

10 x < ––– 2

x . – ––– 4 3

2 Hence, — < k < 14

x < 3 2

x . –5

Compare with m < k < n.

Hence, –5 , x < 3

3

Therefore, m = —, n = 14

Answer: D 2

Answer: D

2p

12. 7 – 2p . – 4 and ––– . 2

7 + 4 . 2p 3 14. Given 1 + y < 9 – y , 2y + 6

2p . 2 × 3

11 then 1 + y < 9 – y and 9 – y , 2y + 6

––– . p 6

2 p . — y + y < 9 – 1 9 – 6 , 2y + y

1 2 2y < 8 3 , 3y

5— . p p . 3 8

2 y < — 3

2 — , y

3

y < 4 1 ,y

Hence, 1 , y < 4

3 4 5 1 6

5–

2 Compare with p , y < q.

Therefore, p = 1, q = 4

p = 4, 5

Answer: C

Answer: A

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