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Paper 1 9. 5 = 5 × 1

= 5 × 100

1. 135 Hence, n = 0

3 significant figures Answer: A

Answer: C

10. 0.1 = 1 × 10−1

2. 2007 1

4 significant figures Answer: D

Answer: D

11. 0.002 = 2 × 10−3

3. 0.045 123

Hence, n = −3

2 significant figures

Answer: D

Answer: B

4. 6000

1 significant figure

Answer: B

Paper 1

5. 42 = 40 (1 significant figure)

1. 0.052784 = 0.0528 (3 significant figures)

Answer: C

Answer: B

1 2. 0.0000237

Answer: B 12345

= 2.37 × 10–5

7. 10. = 1.0 × 101 Answer: D

1

Answer: B 3. 5.0678 = 5.07 (3 significant figures)

Answer: A

8. 100. = 1.0 × 102

21

Answer: B 4. 6 3 2 1 . 7

3 2 1

= 6.3217 × 103

Answer: C

Mathematics SPM

Chapter 10

5.

10–6 = 5.31 × 10−6 − 0.18 × 101 × 10−7

4.652 × 102 × 10–4 = 5.31 × 10−6 − 0.18 × 10−6

=

10–6 = (5.31 − 0.18) × 10−6

= 4.652 × 102 + (–4) – (–6) = 5.13 × 10−6

= 4.652 × 104

Answer: A

Answer: B

12. 4.016 = 4.02 (3 significant figures)

6. 4.08 × 106 Answer: D

= 4 080 000

123 4 5 6

= 4 080 000

13. 0.00000086 = 8.6 × 10–7

Answer: B

Compare with p × 10n

Hence, p = 8.6 and n = –7

7. (5 – 1.056) ÷ 50 Answer: C

= 3.944 ÷ 50

= 0.07888

= 0.0789 (3 significant figures) 0.064

14.

Answer: D 1.6 × 108

6.4 × 10–2

=

1.6 × 108

8. Volume of water 6.4

= × 10–2 – 8

= 60 × 160 × 100 × 120 1.6

100 = 4 × 10–10

= 1 152 000

= 1.152 × 106 cm3 Answer: A

Answer: D

15. Number of defective bulbs

9. Volume of rod 0.02

= 125.8 × 106 ×

22 100

= × 0.0052 × 7 = 125.8 × 106 × 0.02 × 10–2

7

= 0.00055 m3 = 2.516 × 104

Mass Answer: C

Density =

Volume

Mass of rod

7800 =

0.00055 16. 80 526 = 80 500 (3 significant figures)

Mass of rod = 7800 × 0.00055

Answer: A

= 4.29 kg

Number of solid spheres

4.29 17. 6.415 × 10−6

=

5 × 10–3 = 0.000006415

= 8.58 × 102 654321

= 0.000006415

Answer: C

Answer: C

10. 0.0003007

1234

= 3.007 × 10−4

Answer: D

Mathematics SPM

Chapter 10

18. –––––––––

8 000 000 = 3.6 × 10−6 − 0.15 × 101 × 10−7

40 × 10–3 = 3.6 × 10−6 − 0.15 × 10−6

= –––––––––

8 × 106 = (3.6 − 0.15) × 10−6

40 = 3.45 × 10−6

= ––– × 10−3 − 6

8

Answer: C

= 5 × 10−9

Answer: D 26. Number of the tiles required

4500 × 2700

= –––––––––––

30 × 30

5.2 × 10–8 = 13 500

19. –––––––––

0.0004 = 1.35 × 104

5.2 × 10–8

= ––––––––– Answer: A

4 × 10–4

5.2

= ––– × 10−8 − (–4)

4

= 1.3 × 10−4

Answer: C

= 6.2 × 10−3 − 0.004 × 103 × 10−6

1. 318 = 300 (1 significant figure)

= 6.2 × 10−3 − 0.004 × 10−3

= (6.2 − 0.004) × 10−3 Answer: C

= 6.196 × 10−3

Answer: A 2. 466 = 470 (2 significant figures)

Answer: A

21. 0.0648 = 0.065 (2 significant figures)

Answer: B 3. 1.5276 = 1.53 (3 significant figures)

Answer: A

22. Total volume of water in 40 cylindrical containers

22 4. 0.1064 = 0.11 (2 significant figures)

= 40 × × 1002 × 350

7

= 4.4 × 108 cm3 Answer: A

5. 1.00764 = 1.008 (4 significant figures)

4.4 × 108

=

50 Answer: A

= 0.088 × 108

= 8.8 × 10–2 × 108 6. 200 765 = 200 800 (4 significant figures)

= 8.8 × 106 cm3

Answer: D

Answer: D

7. 21.048 = 21.0 (3 significant figures)

23. 60 781 = 60 800 (3 significant figures)

Answer: B

Answer: D

0.6852

8. ––––––

24. 825 000 = 8.25 × 105 0.043

= 10 706.25

5 4 321

= 10 710 (4 significant figures)

Answer: D

Answer: A

Mathematics SPM

Chapter 10

9. RM84 695 = RM85 000 (2 significant figures) 18. 0.000024 + 1.53 × 10−5

= 2.4 × 10−5 + 1.53 × 10−5

Answer: D

= (2.4 + 1.53) × 10−5

= 3.93 × 10−5

10. 943 560 = 944 000 (3 significant figures)

Answer: C

Answer: D

44 000

19. –––––––

11. Breadth of the rectangle 2 × 1010

336 4.4 × 104

= –––––––––

= –––––

20.5 2 × 1010

= 16.3902 4.4 × 104 − 10

= –––

= 16.4 (3 significant figures) 2

= 2.2 × 10−6

Answer: A

Answer: B

12. Amount received by each person

24 000

20. ––––––––

2.56 × 106

= ––––––––– 6 × 10–5

10

= 256 000 24 × 103

= ––––––––

= 260 000 (2 significant figures) 6 × 10–5

24 × 103 − (−5)

= –––

Answer: D 6

= 4 × 108

13. 2730 = 2.73 × 103 Answer: C

321

Answer: C 85 000

21. –––––––––

(2 × 105)2

8.5 × 104

= –––––––––

14. 0.0834 = 8.34 × 10−2

22 × 105 × 2

12

8.5 × 104

= –––––––––

Answer: B 4 × 1010

8.5

= –––– × 104 − 10

15. 2.7 × 106 + 590 000 4

= 2.7 × 106 + 0.59 × 106 = 2.125 × 10−6

= (2.7 + 0.59) × 106 Answer: A

= 3.29 × 106

Answer: C 0.0064

22. –––––––––

(4 × 10–6)2

64 × 10–4

= ––––––––––

16. 780 000 − 7.8 × 104

42 × 10–6 × 2

= 7.8 × 105 − 0.78 × 101 × 104

64 × 10–4

= –––––––––

= 7.8 × 105 − 0.78 × 105 16 × 10–12

= (7.8 − 0.78) × 105 64 × 10−4 − (−12)

= 7.02 × 105 = –––

16

Answer: B = 4 × 108

Answer: B

17. 8.5 × 10−4 − 2.32 × 10−5

= 8.5 × 10−4 − 0.232 × 101 × 10−5 23. 8.4 × 109 − 6.2 × 108

= 8.5 × 10−4 − 0.232 × 10−4 = 8.4 × 109 − 0.62 × 101 × 108

= (8.5 − 0.232) × 10−4 = 8.4 × 109 − 0.62 × 109

= 8.268 × 10−4 = (8.4 − 0.62) × 109

Answer: A = 7.78 × 109

Answer: D

Mathematics SPM

Chapter 10

= 8.2 × 10−6 + 0.07 × 102 × 10−8

= 8.2 × 10−6 + 0.07 × 10−6

= (8.2 + 0.07) × 10−6 0.62 m

= 8.27 × 10−6

0.9 m

Answer: D

Area of the triangle

25. Area of the rectangle PQRS 1 × (0.9 × 103) × (0.62 × 103)

= 2.5 × 102 × 1.2 × 102 =—

2

= 3 × 104 cm2 = 2.79 × 105 mm2

Answer: C Answer: D

26. Distance travelled 29. Area of land that each person gets

15

= 660 × 103 × ––– 5 × 104 m2

60 = –––––––

8

= 165 000 = 6.25 × 103 m2

= 1.65 × 105 m

Answer: D

Answer: C

= 6.02 × 10−29 × 103 × 102

= 6.02 × 10−29 + 3 + 2

= 6.02 × 10−24

Answer: B

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