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HKCEE 1980

Mathematics II

80 2ab − a2 − b2 = A. x−1 + y−1

1. B. x−1 − y−1

C. x−3 − y−3

A. (a − b)2 D. 1

B. (−a − b)2

x− y

C. (−a + b)2

E. 1

D. −(a + b)2

E. −(a − b)2 x+ y

80 125a ⋅ 5b = 80 1 1

6. If = a + b and = a − b,

2. x y

then x + y =

A. 625a + b

B. 625ab A. 2

C. 125a + 3b

a

D. 5a + 3b

B. a2 − b2

E. 53a + b

a

80 4 p2 C. a2 − b2

3. If 4p = 9q, then = −

9q 2 a

D. 2a

A. 1 a − b2

2

B. 4 E. − 2a

9 a2 − b2

C. 9

4 80 y + (n − 1) z

7. If x = , then n =

D. 4 n +1

( )2

9

E. 9 A. x− y+z

( )2 z

4

B. x+ y−z

a

80 If n = 10 , then log10n = z

4. C. y−x−z

x+z

A. 10a D. y−x−z

B. 10n

C. na x−z

D. an E. y+x−z

E. a x−z

80 x −2 − y −2 80 5n + 2 − 35(5n −1 )

5. = 8. =

x −1 − y −1 18(5n +1 )

80-CE-MATHS II

A. 1 B. A gain of 1%

18 C. No gain nor loss

B. 1 D. A loss of 10%

E. A loss of 1%

15

C. 1 80 If the length of a rectangle is increased

5 13. by 10% and the width decreased by

D. 5 10%, which of the following is true?

E. 5n

A. Its area remains the same

80 Solve the inequality B. Its area is decreased by 1%

9. (4x + 3)(x − 4) > 0 C. Its area is increased by 1%

D. Its area is decreased by 10%

A. x>4 E. Its area is increased by 10%

B. 3

4>x> − 80 The length of a side of a rhombus is

4

C. 3 14. 10 cm. If its shorter diagonal is of

− >x length 12 cm, what is the area of the

4 rhombus in cm2?

D. 3

− > x or x > 4

4 A. 60

E. 3 B. 96

x> − C. 100

4

D. 120

80 When the hour hand has turned through E. 192

10. an angle xo, what is the angle through

which the minute hand has turned? 80 If the bearing of B from A is S30oW,

15. then the bearing of A from B is

A. 6xo

B. 12xo A. N30oE

C. 60xo B. N60oW

D. 360xo C. N60oE

E. 3 600xo D. S30oW

E. S30oE

80 The first term of an arithmetic

11. progression is 6 and its tenth term is 80 1 1

16. −

three times its second term. The 1 1 =

−1 +1

common difference is sin θ sin θ

A. 18 A. 2 tan θ

B. 4 B. 2 tan2 θ

C. 3

C. 2

D. 2

E. 1 tan 2 θ

D. 2 sin θ

80 A man solid a car for $35 000 at a loss cos 2 θ

12. of 30% on the cost price. What would E. 2 sin 2 θ

have been the loss or gain percent if he

had sold it for $50 500? cosθ

A. A gain of 10%

80-CE-MATHS II

80 If cos θ = x and 0o < θ < 90o, then tan θ A. 3 2

17. x

4

B. 3 2

A. 1 x

1 − x2 2

C. 1 2

B. 1 − x2 x

4

C. 1 − x2 D. 1 2

x

x 2

D. x E. 3 x2

1− x 2

E. x 80 D

± 21.

1 − x2

18. equations has exactly one root?

A. sin θ = −1

B. 1

sin θ = − A B

2

C. sin θ = 0

D. In the figure, ABCDE is a regular

1

sin θ = pentagon. ∠ADB =

2

E. sin θ = 2 A. 35o

B. 36o

80 C. 40o

19. D. 54o

30 o E. 72o

a b 80 S

A B

22.

60 o P

In the figure, a : b : c = R

A. 3 : 2 :1

B. 9:4:1 D Q C

C. 2: 3:1

D. In the figure, ABCD is a square with

3: 2:1

AB = 5. AP = BQ = CR = DS = 1.

E. 3:2:1 What is the area of PQRS?

20. equilateral triangle of side x cm? B. 15

C. 16

80-CE-MATHS II

D. 17 80

A

E. 18 25.

Y yo

80 D C xo X

23.

E

the centre of circle AYB. y =

A. 2x

A B

B. 180 − 2x

C. 180 − x

In the figure, ABCD is a square and

ABE is an equilateral triangle. D. 1

(90 − x)

∠ADE =? 2

E. 1

o

(180 − x)

A. 72 2

B. 74o

C. 76o 80 A E D

D. 78o 26.

E. None of the above III

I

80 E II F

24. A

IV

yo C

xo B C

BEF = 90o. Which two of the triangles

D I, II, III and IV must be similar?

A and B. CAE and CBD are straight B. I and III

C. II and III

lines. ∠CED =

D. II and IV

E. III and IV

A. yo

B. 180o − yo 80 A

C. 180o −xo − yo 27.

D. 180o −xo + yo

E. 360o −xo − yo D

B C

80-CE-MATHS II

In the figure, the inscribed circle of ∆ D. 1

ABC touches AC at D. If AB = 7, 8

AC = 5 and AD = 2, then BC = E. 1

16

A. 9.5

B. 9 80 The 2nth term of the geometric

C. 8.5 31. progression, 8, −4, 2, −1, …, is

D. 8

E. 7.5

A. 1

2n+ 2

80 A certain sum of money is just sufficient 2

28. to pay the wages of one man for m days B. −1

or the wages of one boy for n days. 22 n + 2

For how many days will this sum be just C. 1

sufficient to pay the wages of one man 2n −3

2

and one boy together?

D. 1

2n − 4

A. m+n 2

B. m+n E. −1

2 22n − 4

C. 1 1

+ 80 y

m n

32.

D. m+n

mn

E. mn

m+n x

29. the value of 2y2 + 6y − 3?

B. −7 y = ax2 + bx + c. Determine whether a

C. 7 and c are positive or negative.

D. 13

E. It cannot be found from the A. a > 0 and c > 0

information given B. a < 0 and c < 0

C. a > 0 and c < 0

80 A, B, C are three spheres. If D. a < 0 and c > 0

30. Surface area of A E. It cannot be determined from the

= 4 and

Surface area of B given data

Volume of B

= 2, then 80 $P amounts to $Q in n years at simple

Volume of C

33. interest. The rate per annum is

Volume of A

=

Volume of C A. 100n(Q − P )

%

P

A. 16

B. 8

B. 100(Q − P )

%

C. 2 n

80-CE-MATHS II

C. 100(Q − P ) A. k = −6 only

%

nP B. k = 6 only

D. 100(Q − P ) C. −6 ≤ k ≤ 6

%

nQ D. k = 6 or −6 only

E. 1 E. k ≤ −6 or k ≥ 6

Q

100[ ( ) n − 1]%

P 80 If x and y are real numbers, what is the

38. minimum value of the expression

80 1

If 0 < x < 1, which of x, x2

, , x is (x + y)2 − 1 ?

34. x

the smallest? Which is the largest? A. −5

B. −1

A. x is smallest, x2 is largest C. 0

B. 1 D. 3

is smallest, x2 is largest

x E. It cannot be determined

C. 1

x is smallest, is largest 80

x B

D. 1 39.

x2 is smallest, is largest

x

E. x2 is smallest, x is largest A

C

80 The Highest Common Factor of two

35. unequal Positive integers a and b is 8.

Which of the following must be true?

I. The difference between a and b is In the figure, the areas of the surfaces

divisible by 8 A, B, C of the cuboid are 10 cm2,

II. (a + b) is divisible by 16 14 cm2 and 35 cm2 respectively. What

III. ab is divisible by 64 is the volume of the cuboid?

B. I and II only B. 70 cm3

C. I and III only C. 140 cm3

D. II and III only D. 350 cm3

E. I, II and III only E. 4 900 cm3

36. integers. Which of the following is 40. x2 + 2x + 7 is even. What are the

true? possible values of x?

B. x + y + z must be even B. x can be any positive even number

C. xyz must be odd C. x can be any positive odd number

D. xyz must be even D. x must be an even number greater

E. x2 + y2 + z2 must be even than 10 000

E. x must be an positive odd number

80 If x2 − kx + 9 ≥ 0 for all real values of x, greater than 10 000

37. what is the value of k?

80-CE-MATHS II

80 The perimeter of a sector is 16 and its A. p + q tan θ

41. angle is 2 radians. What is the area of B. q

the sector? p+

tan θ

A. 16

C. p + q cos θ

B. 32 D. −p + q tan θ

C. 64 E. q

−p +

D. 16π tan θ

E. 32π

80 A

80 B 44.

42. C

E

73 o

2 o

80

π B C

D

10

A ∠B respectively. ∠C =

π B. 68o

∠CAB = rad. Minor arc BC = C. 74o

10

D. 78o

A. π E. 80o

10 80

B. π Q

45.

5 r

C. 3π O α

10

D. 4π

5 X Y

P

E. 9π

10 In the figure, O is the centre of the

circle and its radius is r. XY touches the

80 C D circle at P. Find the distance of Q from

43. XY.

q A. r(1 − sin α)

B. r(1 + sin α)

A θ B C. r(1 − cos α)

p D. r(1 + cos α)

E. r(2 − sin α)

In the figure, ∠B = ∠C = 90o.

If AB = p and BC = q, then CD = 80 Which of the following is the graph of y

46. = 2 sin θ, where 0 ≤ θ ≤ 2π ?

80-CE-MATHS II

A. y In the figure, AB = BC = CD. ∠AED =

2 A. 50o

1 B. 65o

θ C. 75o

-1 π 2π D. 90o

E. 105o

-2

B. y 80 A

48. B

2

1

θ

-1 π 2π

S

-2

C

C. y R

2

In the figure, RS is a tangent to the

1 circle at C. BA is any chord parallel to

θ RCS. Which of the chords AB, BC and

-1 π 2π CA must be equal in length?

-2

A. AB and BC only

D. y B. AC and BC only

2 C. AB and AC only

D. All of them

1 E. No two of them

θ

-1 π 2π 80

-2 49.

E. B

y

A

2 C

1

θ D

-1 π 2π

-2

In the figure, AB = AC, D is the mid-

point of arc BC. Which of the

80 C D following is/are true?

47.

I. AD bisects ∠BAC

II. BC ⊥ AD

B

o III. AD is a diameter of the circle

25

A. I only

B. II only

A E C. III only

80-CE-MATHS II

D. I and II only E. II and III only

80-CE-MATHS II

80 P

80 52. Q

C

50.

a b c

θ

A d B

D O A 1 B C

of two semi-circles touching each other

internally at C. PQC is a straight line.

In the figure, AOB is a diameter of the If AB = 1, then PQ =

circle, centre O. CD is the

perpendicular bisector of OA. Which of A. cos θ

the angles a, b, c, d is/are equal to 30o? B. sin θ

C. tan θ

A. a only D. 1

B. a and b only sin θ

C. a, b and c only E. 1

D. a, b, c and d

E. None of them cosθ

80 80 x

A

51. 53.

d

a

O

B C

X b c

ABC, touching BC at X. Which of the With the notation in the figure, express

following must be true? a + b + c + d in terms of x.

I. OX ⊥ BC A. x − 180o

II. OA bisect ∠A B. x

III. AO produced bisect BC C. 540o − x

D. 360o − x

A. I only E. 180o − x

B. I and II only

C. I and III only 80 A B

D. I, II and III only 54. P

E. None of them θ y

x

O

80-CE-MATHS II

In the figure, O is the centre of the C. 180o − θ

circle. PAB is a straight line. x + y = D. 180o − 2θ

E. 180o

A. 2θ

B. 90o + θ

80-CE-MATHS II

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