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PROGRAM BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS

FORM 4

MODULE 1

TOPICS:

OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

LINEAR EQUATIONS I

STANDARD FORM

QUADRATIC EXPRESSIONS

SUBJECTIVES QUESTIONS

SOLID GEOMETRY

QUADRATIC EQUATION

1

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 1

MODUL BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS ( FORM 4)

MODULE 1

PAPER 1

significant figures

A 1.73 103

A 2 388 B 1.73 101

B 2 389

C 1.73 10 1

C 23 880

D 1.73 103

D 23 900

6

6. State 3.07 × 10 as a single number

2 Round off 0.080281 correct to three

significant figures

A 307 000

A 0.08

B 3 070 000

B 0.080

C 30 700 000

C 0.0803

D 307 000 000

D 0.08028

48000

significant figures 7

8 10 7

A 0.00091

B 0.000910 A 6 10 4

C 0.000906 B 6 10 10

D 0.00190 C 6 × 10 10

D 6 × 10 12

8. The mass of an atom 6.02 × 10 29 kg.

A 2.97 10 4

The mass in g, of 100 atoms are

297 10

6

B

21

A 6.02 × 10

C 2.97 10 6

24

B 6.02 × 10

D 297 10 4

26

C 6.02 × 10

27

D 6.02 × 10

2

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 1

9 4.2 × 10 8 −6.3 × 10 7 14. Given that 2(p ─2) = 3(p +3), then p =

7

A 2.1 × 10 A – 13

8

B 2.1 × 10 B –6

7

C 3.57 × 10 C –5

D 3.57 × 108 D –1

A 1.61 108

A −3

B 1.61 10 7

2

C 3.95 10 8 9

B −

2

D 3.95 10 7

7

C −

2

11. 3k(2 – k) −5(2k – 1) =

5

A −5k −5 D −

2

B −5k + 5

C −3k 2 −4k −5 16. x 2 −5x + 6 =

2

D −3k −4k + 5

A (x + 6)(x – 1)

B (x + 1)(x+6)

12. 3(h – 1 ) + 4(1 – 2h) = C (x – 3)(x – 2)

A h+3 D (x – 3)(x + 2)

B −5h + 3

C −5h + 1

D 1

17. x 2 −x −6 =

13. Given that m – 3 = 2, then m =

A (x + 6)(x – 1)

A – 5

B (x + 1)(x + 6)

B –1

C (x – 3)(x – 2)

C 1

D (x – 3)(x + 2)

D 5

3

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 1

B (x + 1)(x+6) B (2y – 1)(6y – 1)

C (x – 3)(x – 2) C (y – 1)(12y – 1)

D (x – 3)(x + 2) D (2y + 1)(6y + 1)

.

19. x 2 −5x −6 =

A (x −6)(x + 1)

B (x + 1)(x+6)

C (x – 3)(x – 2)

D (x – 3)(x + 2)

PAPER 2

2

4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 1

q

2m 2 12

4. Solve the quadratic equation = −m

5

5.

the height of 15 cm. Some parts of the

cylinder which is in the form of a cone has

been taken out.

The height of the cone is 7.5 cm. Given that

the diameter of the cylinder and the cone

base is 9 cm.

Using = 3.142, calculate the volume of

the remaining solid.

5

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 1

combined with one half of a cylinder

at a rectangular plane JKLM.

M L

Given that JK = 7 cm, KL = 10 cm

J and the height of the prism is 5 cm.

K

22

Using = , calculate the volume

7

of the combined solid.

7.

a right cone

the cone is 3.5 cm , and the height of the cone is 14 cm.

22

Using = , calculate the volume of the combined

7

solid.

6

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 1

hemisphere.

8. Given that, the diameter of the hemisphere is 8 cm, and

the diameter of the cone is 4 cm. The height of the cone

is 6 cm.

Calculate the volume of the remaining solid

22

. ( Use = ).

7

9.

A In the diagram, a solid hemisphere with diameter PQ was

B

P taken out from the solid cuboid with a square base. P dan

Q are the midpoints of sides AD and BC respectively..

Q

22

D Using = , calculate the volume of the remaining

C 24 cm 7

solid.

.

H

G

15 cm

E F

FORMULAE

Volume of a cylinder = r 2 h

1

Volume of a cone = r 2 h

3

4

Volume of a sphere = r3

3

7

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

PROGRAM BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS

FORM 4

MODULE 2

TOPICS:

OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

LINEAR EQUATIONS II

REARRANGING FORMULAE I

INDEX

SETS

SUBJECTIVES QUESTIONS

SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS

METHEMATICAL REASONING

1

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

MODUL BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS FORM 4

MODULE 2

PAPER 1

8 p 2k a

1 Given that pk k , express D b

3 1 2 a

p in terms of k.

k s 3

A p 4 Given that p , express s in terms

8 3 k 2s

of p.

k

B p

3 k 8 3

A

5k p

C p

3 k 8

3

B

D p

5k 2 p 1

8 3 k

3

C

1 2 p

4 n

2 Given that m , then n =

4 n 3

D

2 p 1

4m 4

A

1 m

4m 4 m

B 5 Given that pm 2 p , express m in

1 m 3

terms of p.

m 1

C

1 m 6p

A

m 1 3 p 1

D

1 k 6p

B

3 p 1

b

3 Given that 3 b , then

a 2p

C

p 1

3

A b 2p

1 a D

p 1

3a

B b

1 a

3

C b

1 2a

2

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

one of the subsets of P is

A 7

B 8

A {2,3,5,7}

C 9

B {1, 2,3,5,7} D 10

C {2,3, 4,5,6}

with the universal set X Y Z .

sets M, N and P such that the Z

univesal set M N P . C Y

X D

B

M A

P

represent the set X 'Y 'Z

The shaded region represents the set 10 It is given that the universal set

{x : 11 x 25, x is an integer}.

Set P ={x : x is multiple of 3} and set

A ( M N ) P Q = {x : x is a prime number}.

Find set ( P Q )’.

B ( M N ) P

A {11, 13, 17, 19, 23 }

C ( M N ') P

B { 11, 14, 16, 20, 22, 25 }

D ( M ' N ) P

C { 12, 15, 18, 21, 24 }

D { 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 }

8 The diagram below is a Venn

diagram which shows the number of

11 Given that 2m – 7 = 4(2 – m), then m =

element in set R, set S and set T.

2

T A

4 5

6 7 5

x-1 B

5 3 2

x-2

S 2

R C

5

Given that the universal set

R S T and 5

D

2

3

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

2

12 Given that 2 - 1 w = 4 , then w = 1 1 m2 p3

3 16 3 m n 2 5

Simplify

p

A –6

6n

B –2 A

p2

C 2

9n

B

D 6 p2

9mn

13 Given that 3k – (k – 1) = 9, then k = C

p2

A 1

9m4 n

B 2 D

p2

C 4

p

4

1 2

D 5 17 Simplify pk 3 k

y

14 Given that y + = 15, then y = A p 5k 10

2

A 5 B p 3k 14

B 10 C p 3k 10

C 15

D p 2k 5

D 20

1

r 18 Simplify

8m p

6 3 5

.

15 Given that + 1 = r, then r =

mp

2

3

2

1 2

A A

3 p

1

B 2m

4 B

p

3

C

4 8

C

mp

4

D

3

8m

D

p4

4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

1

m6 16n 2 2 3

19 Simplify 1 .. 20 r 5 can be written as

m n

4 8 4

3

A r5

4m5

A 5 3

n B r

4m 2

r

B 3

5

n C

3

8m5 D 5r

C

n

16m5

D

n

PAPER 2

1 Calculate the value of m and of n that satisfy the following simultaneous linear

equations:

1

m 2 n 11

2

3m 4 n 14

5

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

2 Calculate the value of x and of y that satisfy the following simultaneous linear

equations:

x 2 y 9

3x y 13

3 Calculate the value of p and of q that satisfy the following simultaneous linear

equations:

1

2 p q 5

2

3 p q 18

6

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

4 Calculate the value of d and of q that satisfy the following simultaneous linear

equations:

3d 2 q 9

6d q 2

5 Calculate the value of d and of e that satisfy the following simultaneous linear

equations:

3d e 12

d 2e 10

7

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

6 (a) Complete the following mathematical sentences using the symbol “ > ” or “ < ” in

the empty box to form

-4 4

(-2) 3 -4

Statements 1: 6 ÷ ( -2) = 3

……………………………………..……………………………………….............

Premise 2 : .............................................................................................................

'3

( 5) 15 and 8 6'

…………………………………………………………………………………….

Implication 1 :.......................................................................................................

Implication 2 :…………………………………………………………………..

8

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

Premise 1 : .............................................................................................................

( 5) 8' is a statement.

……………………………………………………………………………………..

(b) Complete the following statement using a quantifier to make the statement true.

(c) Make a conclusion using inductive reasoning for the number sequence 10, 28, 82,

10 32 1

28 33 1

82 34 1

244 35 1

… = …… ………………………………………………

(i) 3

64 4 …………………………………………….

ABC is an equilateral triangle if and only if each of the interior angle of ABC is

60o .

9

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 2

...………………………………………………………………………………

……..................................................................................................................

Premise 1 : ……………………………………………………………………

10 (a) Determine whether the following is a statement and give a reason for your answer.

………………………………………………………………………………………

(b) Complete the following statement using ‘and’ or ‘or’ so that the statement is false.

(c) State the converse of each of the following implications and state its truth value

……………………………………………………………………………….

(ii) If y = 7, then y + 2 = 9

……………………………………………………………………………….

(d) Make a conclusion using inductive reasoning for the number sequence -2, 0, 4, 12,

2 (4 21 )

0 (4 2 2 )

4 (4 2 3 )

12 (4 24 )

… = …… ..………………………………………………

10

PROGRAM BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS

FORM 4

MODULE 3

TOPICS:

OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS

POLYGONS

THE STRAIGHT LINE

SUBJECTIVES QUESTIONS

SETS

THE STRAIGHT LINE

1

MODUL BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS ( FORM 4)

MODULE 3

PAPER 1

3 p 2 3 m m 6

1 Express as a single 3 Express as a single

4p p m 2m

fraction in its simplest form. fraction in its simplest form.

11 4 p 3

A A

4p 2

5 4 p 12 3m

B B

4p 2m

12 3m

11 4 p C

C 2m

4p

6 3m

5 4 p D

D m

4p

3 p 5 p 2 2

p 1 2 p 4 Express as a single

2 Express as a single 4 12 p

5p p

fraction in its simplest form.

fraction in its simplest form.

p 1

4 p 9 A

A 6p

5p

6 p 9 4 p 2 2

B

B 6p

5p

2 p 9 2 p 2 1

C C

5p 6p

6 p 9 2 p 2 1

D D

5p 6p

2

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

2 regular hexagon.

2m 3m

fraction in its simplest form.

Q P

7m 4

A

6m 2

11m 4 R U

B

6m 2

2m 5

C 2 x

6m S o

T

11m 4

D

6m 2 The value of x is

A 30o

B 40o

6 In the diagram below, PQRST is a C 50o

regular pentagon and SUVWXY is a

regular hexagon. D 60o

P

8 In the diagram below, ABCDE is a

Q U V

regular pentagon.

T

D

R SS C W xo

xo

E yo C

o

15

Y X A B

The value of x + y is

The value of x is

A 18 A 134

B 33 B 144

C 48 C 154

D 60 D 180

3

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

9 In the diagram below , PQRSTU is a 11 Find the x-intercept of the straight line

regular hexagon. LTS is a straight 3y = 4x + 8

line. 1

A

P Q 2

1

O B

x 2

R C 2

U

D 2

350

L T S

straight line.

A 15

y

B 25 N

C 35

9

D 60

(- 4,1)

10 In the diagram below, ABCDEF is a

regular hexagon. GAB and GFD is a 0 x

straight lines.

E M

D

F

C A 2

1

B

xo 2

G 1

A B C

2

The value of x + y is

D 2

o

A 60

B 90o

C 120o

D 150o

4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

to RS. straight line PQ on the Cartesain plane

y

R

y = –2x+3

x

The gradient of straight line PQ is

2y = px – 5 S

A 2

1

M B

2

1

Find the value of p. C

2

A –1

D 2

B –2

C –3

16 The following diagram shows a

D –4

straight line PQ.

gradient of 4 and y-intercept

3

= 12. Find its x-intercept.

A 16

B 9

C 9 The equation of the straight line PQ is

D 16 A 4x + 3y = 24

B 4x 3y = 24

C 4x 3y = 24

D 4x + 3y = 24

5

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

4x + 2y = 7 is 19 The following diagram shows a

straight lines AB.

A 4

B 2

C 2

B(10, -2)

D 4

A(m, 6)

1

18 Given that 2x + 3y = 6 is parallel to If the gradient of AB is , find the

mx + 2y = 6, m = 2

value of m.

A 4 A 10

3

B 6

3 C 20

B

4

D 26

3

C

4

20 Which of the following points lies on

4 1

D the straight lines y x 9 ?

3 2

A (4, 11)

B (2, 8)

C (2, 8)

D (4, 11)

6

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

PAPER 2

1 Venn Diagram in answer space shows the sets P, Q and R. Given that the universal set,

= P Q R . On the diagram in the answer space, shade the region that represents:

(a) ( P R )

(b) ( P Q ) R.

[ 3 marks ]

Answer :

(a) Q (b) Q

P R P R

2 The Venn diagram in the answer space shows sets A, B and C. Given that the universal set

A B C .

On the diagram provided in the answer spaces, shade

[ 3 marks ]

Answer : A B

(a) (b) A B C

7

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

3 The Venn diagram shows the elements of set P, Q and R. Given that the universal

set = P Q R .

Q

(a) P Q R .3 .5

(b) P Q R'

.2 .4 .8

.6 R

Answer : .7

(a)

[ 3 marks ]

(b)

4 The Venn diagram in the answer space shows set P, Q dan R..

On the diagram provided in the answer spaces, shade

(a) P Q

(b) (Q

R P)

Q

[ 3 marks ]

Answer :

(a) P

P

Q

(b)

8

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

5 In the following diagram, O is the origin, point K and point P lies on the x-axis and point

N lies on the y-axis. Straight line KL is parallel to straight line NP and straight line MN is

parallel to the x-axis. The equation of straight line NP is x 2 y 18 0

L(4,7)

K P

O x

M N

(b) Find the equation of the straight KL and hence, state the coordinate of the point K.

[5 marks]

9

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

6 The following diagram shows, O is the origin. Point D lies on the x-axis and point B lies

on the y-axis. Point B is the midpoint of AC and the gradient of BD is 4 .

5

y

A(−3, k)

4 B

C (3 , 2)

x

D O

(b) Find the equation of the straight BD.

(c) Find the x-intercept of the straight line BD.

[5 marks]

10

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

7 The following diagram shows, O is the origin. Point B and C lies on the x-axis and

point A and D lies on the y-axis. AB is parallel to CE. The equation of the straight

line BE is y + 2x + 12 = 0

4 A

B 0 C x

y + 2x + 12 = 0

D

E (−3, −6)

(b) Find the equation of straight line CE and hence, state the coordinates of the

point D.

[5 marks]

11

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

8 The following diagram shows, O is the origin. The straight line RT is parallel to the

y-axis and OQ = OS.

x

P O T

Find

(b) the coordinates of R.

[5 marks]

12

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 3

9 The following graph shows, PQ, QT and RS is a straight lines. PQ and RS is parallel.

Point R lies on the QT and O is the origin.

y

S

Q

R (5, 6)

x

O

P T (12, -1)

Find

[5 marks]

13

PROGRAM BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS

FORM 4

MODULE 4

TOPICS:

OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

LINEAR INEQUALITIES

PROBABILITY

CIRCLES

GRAPHS OF FUNCTIONS I

SUBJECTIVES QUESTIONS

STATISTICS

1

MODUL BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS FORM 4

MODULE 4

PAPER 1

D 4, 5, 6

A x 6

B x 3

C x 3 5 List all the integer values of q

which satisfy both the inequalities

D x 6 3q

2q 1 17 and 18.

2

1

inequalities x 4 and 1 5 x 9 . B 9, 10, 11, 12

2

A x 2 C 8, 9, 10, 11

B x 6 D 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

C 2 x 8

D 2 x 8

6 It is given that set K is {0, 1, 2, 4, 5,

7, 11, 15, 19, 21, 27}. A number is

n choosen at random from the

3 The solution for 1 2n 7 is

2 elements of set K.

A n 4 Find the probability that the number

chosen is a prime number.

B n 4

C n 4 4

A

11

D n 4

5

B

11

4 List all the integer values of m

6

which satisfy both the inequalities C

m 6 and 15 2m 7. 11

7

D

11

A 5

B 4, 5

2

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

7 A beg contains 4 red pens, 2 black probability that the student knows

pens and a number of blue pens. A 1

how to swim is . Six students who

pen is chosen at random from the 3

beg. do not know how to swim then join

The probability of choosing a black the class. If a student is now chosen

1 at random, calculate the probability

pen is .

8 that the student does not know how

Find the probability of choosing a to swim.

blue pen.

2

A

1 3

A

4 5

B

3 8

B

8 3

C

5 11

C

8 8

D

3 11

D

4

10 The table below shows the number

of different coins in a handbag. The

8 Kartini buys three boxes of diskette. frequency column is incomplete.

Each box has 180 diskette in it. All Coin Frequency

of the diskettes are put inside a 5 sen 3

container. The probability of 10 sen

1 20 sen 5

choosing a spoilt diskette is .

90 50 sen 4

How many of the diskette are not

spoilt?

If a coin is drawn at random from the

handbag, the probability that it is a

A 531

coin with a value of less than 20 sen

B 534

1

is . Find the total number of coins

C 537 2

D 538 in the handbag.

A 6

9 In a class, nine students know how to B 12

swim. If a student is chosen at C 15

random from the class, the D 18

3

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

represents y = 2 – x3 ?

1

represents y ?

x y

A

A y

0 x

O x

−2

B y

y

B

O x

2

x

y 0

C

C y

O x

x

0

y

D −2

O x

y

D

12 y 2

9 x

0

O 14 y

-3 x

O x

the above diagram is

─2

A y x 2 9

B y x 2 9

C y x2 9

in the above diagram is

4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

3

A y = x +2 tangent to the circle centre O, at

point S.

B y = x 3 ─2

C y = ─x 3 + 2 Q

D y = ─x 3 ─2

2 P

represents y ?

x S

T

A y Find QOS

2

A 36

B 72

−2 O x C 108

y D 126

B

tangent to the circle ABCD at D.

O x ACE is a straight line.

y 800

C

E

2 C o

x

200

A

O x D

D y

2 The value of x is

A 30

O x

B 40

C 70

D 110

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MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

to the circle at S and PQR is a tangent to the circle QSTW at Q.

straight line.

T

P Q R

xº W

118º

40º S

S

x º 60 º

P Q R

A 68

A 20

B 25 B 62

C 30 C 60

D 40

D 58

tangent to the circle with centre O at

Q.

P 100º

65º

O

xº

R

Q

P

The value of x is

A 40

B 50

C 65

D 115

6

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

PAPER 2

1 Data in table below shows the ages, in years, of 30 participants in a game on a Family

Day.

3 14 18 12 18 23

12 24 7 13 22 13

16 13 19 27 6 16

24 29 9 13 25 8

11 20 17 15 14 17

(a) Based on the data in the table and by using a class interval of 5, complete the

table 1 in the answer space.

[4 marks ]

(b) Based on your table in (a)

(ii) Calculate the estimated mean age of the data and give your answer correct

to 2 decimal places.

[4 marks ]

(c) For this part of the question, use the graph paper provided on page 7

axis, draw the histogram for the data.

[4 marks ]

Answer:

(a)

Class Interval Frequency Midpoint

1-5

6 - 10

(b) (i)

(ii)

7

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

2 Table below shows the speed, in kmj -1, of 40 cars which moving on a road .

35-39 0

40-44 4

45-49 5

50-54 7

55-59 9

60-64 6

65-69 5

70-74 4

[1 marks ]

[6 marks ]

(c) For this part of the question, use the graph paper provided on page 10

You may use a flexible curve rule.

draw an ogive for the data.

[5 marks]

9

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

Answer:

(a)

(b) (i)

Upper Cumulative

Speed (kmj -1 ) Frequency Midpoint

Boundary Frequency

35–39 0

40–44 4

45–49 5

50–54 7

55–59 9

60–64 6

65–69 5

70–74 4

Median =

10

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

49 26 38 39 41 45 45 43

22 30 33 39 45 43 39 31

27 24 32 40 43 40 38 35

34 34 25 34 46 23 35 37

40 37 48 25 47 30 29 28

(a) Based on the data in the table and by using a class interval of 5, complete the

table in the answer space.

[3 marks ]

(b) Based on the table in (a), calculate the estimated mean of the donation collected

by a pupil.

[3 marks ]

(c) For this part of the question, use the graph paper provided on page 12

draw fequency polygon for the data.

[5 marks ]

(d) Based on the fequency polygon in (c), state one piece of information about the

donations.

[1 marks ]

Answer:

(a)

Class Interval Midpoint Frequency

21 – 25 23 5

26 – 30

(b)

(d)

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MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 4

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MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

PROGRAM BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS

FORM 4

MODULE 5

TOPICS:

OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

REARRANGING FORMULAE II

TRIGONOMETRY

ANGLES OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSIONS

SUBJECTIVES QUESTIONS

PERIMETERS AND AREAS OF CIRCLES

LINES AND PLANES IN 3-DEMENSIONS

1

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

MODUL BIMBINGAN

MATHEMATICS ( FORM 4)

MODULE 5

PAPER 1

n 5

1. Given that m , then n 2

3n C

5

5

A 5

2m D

2

5

B

3m 1 4 Given that

b

3 = b, then b =

5 a

C

1 3m 3

A b=

5 1 a

D

3m 1 3a

B b=

1 a

10 3

2 Given that n 1 , then t = C b=

nt t 1 2a

10 a

A D b=

n 2 1 12 a

n 2 1

B

10 d

5. Diberi m d , maka e

3e

n 1

C

10 m

A

n 1 3d

D m

10 B

3d 2

m2

1 2 p 1 C

3 Given that , then p = 3d

4 2 m 2d

D

2 3

A

3

3

B

2

2

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

6 In the diagram, P is a point on the arc of 8. In the diagram, ABC is a straight line

sector of a unit circle and with the origin

O as the centre. 5

and cos x 0 = .

13 A

y

B

yº

P(−0.7.0.7)

C xº

x

O D

Calculate the value of . Find the value of cos y 0 .

24

A 100 0 A

13

B 110 0

12

0

B

C 135 13

0

D 155 10

C

13

5

7 In the diagram, QRS is a straight line D

and PQ = PR . 13

9 In the diagram, PSR is a straight line,

R and PS = 10 cm.

R

63º

mº S

Q

Q S 10 cm

R

Find the value of cos m 0 .

A - 0.3313

P

B - 0.5216 5

Given that cos PQR .

C - 0.5225 13

D - 0.8526 Calculate the value of tan QSP.

3

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

5

A

3 12 In the diagram, the flag pole is vertical.

Given that the angle of elevation of the

5

B flag A from P is 35 0 .

2

A

5

C

3

5

D

2 P

5.42 m

10 The diagram shows graph of y = cos x

y Find, in m, the height of the pole.

A 0.13

1

B 3.79

C 3.80

0o p x D 7.74

-1

13 In the diagram, QR is a vertical pole

with the height of 16 m. Points P and

The value of p is Q are on the horizontal line, 20 m

apart.

A 90o

B 180o R

o

C 270

D 360o

from P.

possible values of y are :

A 38° 40´

C 48° 1´

B 100.4 , 190.4

D 51° 20´

C 190.4 , 259.6

D 100.4 , 259. 6

4

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

C 31.34

14 In the diagram, P and Q are two pints on D 54.44

a horizontal plane, and PT is a vertical

pole.

16 In the diagram, PR and QS represent

T two towers on the horizontal ground.

Given that the angle of depression of R

0

from S is 18 .

S

P 20 m Q R

75 m

50 m

Given that PQ = 20 m and the angle of

elevation of T from Q is 32 . The

height of the pole is P Q

Calculate the distance between the two

A 10.6 m

towers.

B 12.5 m

A 76.94

C 17 m

B 80.90

D 32 m

C 26.29

D 25.00

15 In the diagram, M and Q are two points

on the horizontal field, while LKM is a

vertical pole

17 The diagram shows a cuboid with

horizontal rectangle PQRS as the base.

L

W

K T V

N

M 20 m Q U

The angle of elevation of point L from S

titik Q is 65○ and the angle of elevation

of point K from Q is s 30○. R

P

Calculate, in m , length of LK. M

Q

A 14.15

B 25.55

5

MATHEMATICS F4 EMaS 07 / MODULE 5

M and N the midpoints of PQ and TU Name the angle between the plane PVS

respectively. and the plane PQRS.

Name the angle between the plane of

WPQ and plane of PQUT A VMN

B VNM

A WPT C VPQ

D VSQ

B WMN

C WQS

20 The diagram shows a pyramid with the

D WQU

vertical rectangular base, ABCD. The

plane ABP is a horizontal plane.

C

horizontal rectangular base, EFGH.

K

A

B

F G

J

E H

Name the angle between line PC and

Name the angle between the plane FHJ

plane ABCD.

and the plane GHJK. A ∠ CPB

A FJG B ∠ CPA

C ∠ PCD

B FJK D ∠ PCA

C FHG

D FHK

horizontal rectangular base PQRS. M

and N are the midpoints of QR and PS.

Vertex V is right above of the point M.

V

S R

N

M

P Q

MATHEMATICS F4 EMaS 07 / MODULE 5

PAPER 2

1 Diagram below shows a right prism. The base HJKL is a vertical rectangle. The right

angled triangle NHJ is the uniform cross section of the prism.

6 cm

12 cm

M

L

N H

8 cm

Identify and calculate the angle between the line KN and the plane HLMN.

[4 marks]

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

P Q

5 cm 4 cm

T

U

R

S

W

12 cm V

Identify and calculate the angle between the plane PRV and the plane QRVU.

[4 marks]

8

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

3 Diagram below shows a right prism with a horizontal square base ABCD. The rectangle

plane ADPQ is vertical and the rectangle plane PQRS is horizontal. Trapezium ABRQ is a

uniform cross-section of the prism with M and N are midpoints of AB and DC respectively.

P S

R D N

Q C

16 cm

A

M B

QR = PS = 8 cm and QA = PD = 10 cm.

Calculate the angle between the plane ABS and the plane ABCD.

[3 marks]

9

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

4 Diagram below shows a sector OQRS with centre O. OQ and OS are diameters of two

semicircles.

o

7 cm 120

Q S

Using = 22 , calculate

7

[6 marks]

10

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

5 Diagram below shows a semicircle PQR with centre O and sector TRS with centre T. P is

the midpoint of OR.

P R

O T

S

OP = 5 cm, QR = 6 cm and RTS 60o .

22

Using = , calculate

7

[6 marks]

11

MATHEMATICS F4 mozac / MODULE 5

6 Diagram below shows a sector OPQ with centre O. AOBR is semicircle with AOB as its

diameter and PO = 2OA.

B O A

22

Using = , calculate

7

[6 marks]

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