BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH

DAN SEKOLAH KECEMERLANGAN



MODUL PERFECT SCORE
SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH
TAHUN 2011





Panel Penyedia:

1. EN ABDUL RAHIM BIN BUJANG
SEK TUN FATIMAH JOHOR BAHARU JOHOR (STF)

2. TN HJ MOHD RAHIMI BIN RAMLI
SEK MEN SAINS SULTAN MAHMUD .( SESMA)

3. PN ROHANI MD NOR
SEKOLAH SULTAN ALAM SHAH, PUTRAJAYA (SAS)

4. PN ROHAYA BINTI MURAD
SEK MEN SAINS TELUK INTAN (SEMESTI)

5. PN SARIPAH BINTI AHMAD
SM SAINS MUZAFFAR SYAH, MELAKA.(MOZAC)

ADDITIONAL
MATHEMATICS
Analysis of the SPM Papers 2006 - 2010

1

Section A [ 40 marks ]
Answer all question









Diagram 1

1. Diagram 1 shows the function : 1 , 0
m
h x x
x
÷ + = , where m is a constant.
Find the value of m.

Answer :







2. Diagram 2 shows the graph of the function f (x) = |2 – 3x|, for the domain − 2 ≤ x ≤ n.











Diagram 2

State
(a) the value of m .
(b) the value of n.

Answer :





y
x m
n
10
y = f (x)
-2
MODULE 1
2


3. The functions f and g are defined by
6
( ) , 1
1
f x x
x
= =
÷
and g(x) = kx + 10, where k is a
constant. Find
(a) the value of k if
1
1
( 2)
2
f g
÷
÷ = ÷
(b) g
2
(x).

Answer :










4. The quadratic equation x
2
+ 2x = px – p
2
, where p is a constant, has two different roots.
Find the range of the values of p.

Answer :












Diagram 5

5. Diagram 5 shows the graph of a quadratic function y = 2x
2
– 4x + 7. If (p, q) is the
minimum point of the curve, find the values of p and q.

Answer :


3
6. Find the range of values of x where 2x ≤ (2x ÷ 5)(x + 3).

Answer :











7. Solve the equation
2 1
9 243(27 )
x x ÷
= .

Answer :











8. Given

4
3 3 3
2
log 2 log log
3
x
x y
y
| |
= + +
|
|
\ .
, express y in terms of x.
Answer :









9. The first three terms of an arithmetic progression are –2, 3 and 8.
(a) Find the ninth term of the progression.

(b) The sum of the first n terms of the progression is less than 154.
Find the largest value of n.

Answer :


4
10. In a geometric progression, the second term is 18 and the sum to infinity is 72.
Find the fifth terms

Answer :














Diagram 11

11. In Diagram 11, PQR is a triangle and PQS is a sector of a circle with centre P.
Given PQ = QR = 6 cm and ∠PQR =
2
3
t rad. Using π = 3.142, find
(a) the area, in cm
2
, of the shaded region.
(b) the perimeter, in cm, of the shaded region.

Answer :





















Answer :

12. Diagram 20 shows the vectors OQ q
÷
= ,
OR r
÷
= and OP
÷
drawn on a grid of equal
squares.
(a) Express OP
÷
in terms of q and r
(b) Draw a vector 2q r ÷


Diagram 12
5
13. Two vectors a and b are given as a = ki – 9j and b = i + (k+6)j where k is a constant.
The vectors a and b are parallel. Find the value of k.

Answer :






14. The points A(–1, p), B(2, –1) and C(4, 5) are collinear. Find the value of p.

Answer :





15. The points P(1, –2), Q(3, k) and R(7, 22) lie on a straight line. Point Q divides PR in the
ratio m : n.

(a) Find the ratio m : n.

(b) Find the value of k.

Answer :






16. Diagram 16 shows a straight line graph 4x + 6y = 24 passing through point A and
point B. Find









Answer :
Diagram 16





(a) the coordinates of points A and B.

(b) the equation of the perpendicular bisector of
the straight line AB.

6













17. Diagram 17(a) shows a curve y = 2x
2
+ 3. Diagram 17(b) shows the straight line graph
obtained when y = 2x
2
+ 3 is expressed in the linear form Y = mX + 3.
Find the value of m and k.

Answer :









18. Solve the equation 3 sin 2x – 4 sin x = 0 for 0° ≤ x ≤ 360°.

Answer :









19. Given y = (x² – 3)(4x + 1)
3
, find
dy
dx
.
Answer :







Diagram 17(a)

Diagram 17(b)

2
2 3 y x = +

(1,7)
(k,11)
7

20. The diagram 20 shows a curve x = 4y
2
and a straight line y = k.


Diagram 20

If the area of the shaded region is 36 unit², find the value of k..

Answer






21. A cubic ice block with sides of x cm, melts at a rate of 0.81 cm
3
per second.
Find the rate of change of x when the volume of a cubic is 27 cm
3

Answer :







22. The mean of a set of numbers, 7, 14, 15, a, 2a, 47 and 52, is 27.

(a) Find the value of a and the standard deviation of the set of numbers.

(b) If each of the numbers in the set is divided by 2, find the variance of the
new set of numbers.

Answer :










8
23. A three-digit number is to be formed from the digits, 1, 2, 3, ..., 9. How many different
numbers can be formed

(a) if there is no restriction?

(b) if the number must end with an odd digit and grater than 800 ?

Answer :








24. The probability that a seed will grow is
2
3
. If Hassan plants 5 seeds, find the probability
that

(a) 4 seeds will grow.

(b) all the seeds will not grow.

Answer :






25. The discrete random variable X has a binomial probability distribution with n = 5, where
n is the number of trials. Table below shows the probability distribution of X.

x 0 1 2 3 4 5
P(X = x)
1
32

5
32
k
5
16

5
32

1
32



Find

(a) the value of k.

(b) P(X ≥ 2

Answer :

9

Answer all questions
1
A function f is defined by 5 ,
5
1 : =
÷
÷ ÷ x
x
x
x f .
Find
(a) the image of k 3 ,
(b) the object that has image of 2.

Answer :









2

Given that 0 ,
5
3 5
: ) ( =
÷
÷ p
p
x
x x f and 0 ,
6 2
:
1
=
+
÷
÷
q
q
x
x f , where p and q are
constants , find the value of p and of q.

Answer :









3
Given the function
4
3
:
1
÷
÷
÷
x
x g and 7 32 16 :
2
+ + x x fg , find

(a) the function f ,

(b) the value of m if
2
4 ) ( m m gf = .

Answer :




MODULE 2
10

4
The roots of the equation 8
2
= + x x | o are
3
2
and
5
1
÷ . Find the values of o and | .
Answer :







5
A quadratic function 0 ) 3 2 ( 6 ) 3 1 ( ) (
2
= ÷ ÷ + + = k kx x k x f , find the range of k if the graph
) (x f is always positive.

Answer :







6
Diagram 6 shows the graph of the curve b x a x f + ÷ =
2
) 1 ( ) ( , where a and b are constants.













Diagram 6
Given that (1 , 9) is the maximum point of the curve ) (x f , find the value of a and b.
Answer :






) (x f
x
-


b x a x f + ÷ =
2
) 1 ( ) (
O
|
.
|

\
|
0 ,
2
1
2
) 9 , 1 (
11

7
Find the range of values of x for 0 4 1 3 = ÷ + x y and
2
1 2 x y + > .

Answer :








8.
Solve the equation . 9 3 2
4 ÷
= ×
x x x


Answer :









9 Solve the equation ( ) 1 30 log log
4
= x
x
. Give your answer correct to four significant figures.

Answer :








10
Given that p x =
9
log and q x =
2
27
3 log , find the relation between p and q .

Answer :







12

11
The
th
n term of an arithmetic progression ,
n
T , is given by n T
n
7 14 + = . Find the sum of the
n terms of the progression.

Answer :






12 The sum of the first two terms is 30 and the third term exceeds the first term by 15. Find
(a) the common ratio ,
(b) the fifth term.
of the progression.

Answer :







13
It is given that 2 . 0 ...... 280808 . 0 = =
q
p
+ r , where p, q and r are the constants.
State the value of p , q and r .

Answer :






14 The points ) 2 , 3 ( p p A and ) 4 3 , 6 ( p p B ÷ ÷ are equidistant from the origin.
Calculate the possible values of p.

Answer :






13

15
The variables x and y are related by the equation
x
n
x mn x y + = , where m and n are
constants. A straight line is obtained by plotting y against
x
1
and passes through the points
) 8 , 0 ( and ) 4 , 2 (÷ . Find the value of m and n.

Answer :









16

Diagram 16 shows a trapezium with PS and QR are parallel.










Diagram 16
Given that
~
6a PQ =
÷
and
~
2b PS =
÷
, T is a point such that QS QT = 4 and
÷ ÷
= QR PS
4
3
.express in terms of
~
a and
~
b :
(a)
÷
QS
(b)
÷
PT

Answer :






P S
Q R
T
14

17
Given that
|
|
.
|

\
|
÷
=
2
3
~
u and
|
|
.
|

\
|
=
t
s
v
~
, where s < 0 and t < 0. If 5
~
= v and
|
|
.
|

\
| +
= +
2
2 3
2
~ ~
s
v u
, find the values of s and of t.

Answer :







18
It is given that m = o cos , where
o o
360 270 s so . Find
(a) tan o
2
sin ) (
o
b
in terms of m.
Answer :







19 Diagram 19 shows the sector OAB of a circle center O and radius 12 cm.



A B



O
Diagram 19

It is given that the length of the chord is 20 cm. Find the area , in cm
2
, of the segment AB.
[4 marks]
Answer :






12 cm
15

20
It is given that
r
r y
4
÷ = and . 4 3
2
x x r ÷ =
(a) Express
dx
dy
in terms of x ,
(b) If x decreases from 1 to 0.98, find the approximate value of y.


















21
Given
}
=
2
1
4 ) ( 3 dx x f , find
(a)
}
1
2
) ( 5 dx x f ,
(b) the value of the constant k if | |
}
= +
2
1
3
35
) ( 2 dx kx x f .
Answer :













16

22 Bag A contains m green balls and 2 blue balls. Bag B contains 4 green balls and 8 blue balls.
One ball is randomly chosen from each bag. The probability of getting one green ball and one
blue ball is
9
5
. Find the value of m.
Answer :



















23
A set of 16 numbers
16 3 2 1
,........, , , x x x x , has a variance of 56 and it is given the sun of the
squares is 920 1 . Find

(a) the mean ,

(b) the mean and the variance for the set of numbers
3
4
.., ,......... 3
4
, 3
4
, 3
4
16 3 2 1
÷ ÷ ÷ ÷
x x x x
Answer :













17

24 Diagram 23 shows 6 letter cards to be arranged in a row.


C H A N T E K

Diagram 23

Calculate the number of different arrangements of all letter cards if

(a) the first two cards must be consonants ,

(b) all the vowels must be together.

Answer :










25 Given that X~N (8.0 , 25.0 ) and % 85 ) ( = > k X P .
Find


(a) the value of k ,
(b) the value of ) 2 ( k X P ÷ < .

Answer :











END OF QUESTION PAPER
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MODULE 3


1. Diagram 1 shows that mapping from x to y is defined as f(x) = ax – 2 and mapping from y to z is defined as
g(y) =
12
y b 
.

Diagram 1
Find
(a) the values of a and b,
(b) a function that expresses mapping from x to z.
[ 3 marks]

Answer:







2. Function m is defined as m : x ÷ 5 ÷ 3x. If p is another function and mp is defined
as mp : x ÷ ÷1 ÷ 3x
2
, determine function p. [3marks]


Answer :






3. Given function f : x ÷
hx k
x
+
÷ 2
, x = 2 and it’s inverse function f
÷1
: x ÷
2 5
3
x
x
÷
÷
, x = 3.
Find the,
(a) value of h and value of k,
(b) values of x such that f(x) = 2x.
Answer :







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4. Straight line y = mx + 1 is tangent to the curve x
2
+ y
2
÷ 2x + 4y = 0. Find the possible
values of m

Answer :





5 In the the diagram above, point (2, 3) is the turning point on the graph which has
equation of the form y = p(x + h)
2
+ k.

y




(0, 23)


-
(2, 3)



x

O
Find the,
(a) values of p, h and k,
(b) equation of the curve formed when the graph as shown is reflected at the x-axis.
Answer








6. Given f(x) = 5 + 4x ÷ x
2
, find the range of x which satisfy 5 < f(x) < 8.
Answer












20
7. Given
x
log 4 = u and
y
log 2 = w . State
4
log x
3
y in term of u and/or w
Answer :








8. Solve the simultaneous equations 2
m ÷ 1
x 32
k + 2
= 16 and 5
÷3m
x 125
3 ÷ k
= 1,
where m and k are constants.
Answer :








9. Given 14, 11, 8, ........ is a arithmetic progression. Find,
(a) the number of term which is ÷97.
(b) the sum of tenth successive terms after ÷97.

Answer :









10. The sum of the first n terms of a geometric progression 8, 24, 72, ……… is 157464.
Find,
(a) the common ratio of the progression,
(b) the value of n.
Answer :









21
11. Diagram 11 shows the graph
1
y
against x
2
. (1, 5) and (3, 9) are two points lie on the
straight line AB with equation
1
y
= px
2
+ n , where p and n are constants.


1
y



B

(3, 9)


A (1, 5)

O x
2

Diagram 11


(a) Find the values of p and n.
(b) Find y if given x = 2
Answer :








12. Diagram 12 shows P, Q, and R are three points on the straight line 2y ÷ x = 4
such that PQ : QR = 1 : 4.
.
y


- R

- Q(2, 3)

P-

x
O

.


Find,
(a) the coordinates of P,
(b) the equation of the straight line
which passes through the point Q and
perpendicular to PR,
(c) the coordinates of R.

Answer
22
13 Diagram 13 shows the semi circle PQR with centre O and sector QST with centre S.
Given ST = 5 cm, OR = 4 cm and the arc length QT = 4.5 cm.







P S O

Diagram 13
Find,
(i) ZQST in radian,
(ii) area of the shaded region.
Answer










14. Given p = 2x ÷ 3 and y = ÷
3
2
p
. Find,
(a) the rate of change of x, given that p changes at a rate of 3 units per second,

(b)
dy
dx
in terms of x,
(c) the approximate change in y given that x decreases from 2 to 1.98

Answer :












T

Q
R
23
15. Evaluate
2 3 3
3
2
1
2
( )( ) x x
x
÷ +
}
dx
Answer













16. Given kx
2
÷ x is the gradient function for a curve such that k is a constant.
y ÷ 5x + 7 = 0 is the equation of tangent at the point (1, ÷2) to the curve.
Find,

(a) the value of k,
(b) the equation of the curve
Answer :







17. Given v = 2i + 3j and w = ÷ 2i + j. Point P is (3, ÷3) and point Q is (9, 2). Given
PQ
÷
= hv + kw, where h and k are constants.
Find,
(a) the value of h and the value of k.
(b) the unit vector in the direction of PQ
÷
, in terms of i and j.
Answer












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18.(a) If x = 2i ÷ j and y = ÷i + 3j, find the value of p if 2px + 3y is parallel to the y-axis

P












R

S

Q


r

s



O
(b) The diagram above shows
÷
OR = r,
÷
OS = s,
÷
OP and
÷
PQ are drawn in the square
grid. Express in terms of r and s.
(i)
÷
OP
(ii)
÷
PQ.

Answer :








19. Solve 2 ÷ 3 sin | ÷ cos 2| = 0 for 90° s | s 270°.


Answer :










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20. Rashid and Rudi compete in a badminton game. The game will end when any of the
players has won two sets. The probability that Rashid will win any one set is
5
3
.
Calculate the probability that
(i) the game will end in only two set,
(ii) Rashid will win the competition after playing 3 sets.

Answer :







21. Diagram 21 shows 5 letters and 3 numbers.

A B C D E 6 7 8

Diagram 21
A code is formed by using the above letters and numbers.
Each code must consists of 3 letters follows by 2 numbers.
How many codes can be formed if no letter or number is to be repeated for each code.

Answer :









22. Azmi chooses 8 compact discs from a group of 16 compact discs.
(a) Calculate the number of possible ways that the compact discs can be chosen.
(b) Given 6 of these compact discs are in Malay Language and the other are in English
Language. Calculate the number of possible choices if the choice should include at
least 4 Malay Language compact discs.
Answer :








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23. Mean of the list of numbers x ÷ 2, x + 4, 2x + 5, 2x ÷ 1, x + 7 and x ÷ 3 is 7.
Find,
(a) the value x,
(b) the variance.

Answer






24. Given X ~ B (4,
6
1
) . Table 24 shows the probability distribution of the random variable, X.

x 0 1 2 3 4
P(X= x) 0.4823 k 0.1157 0.0154 0.0008
Table 24
Find
(a) The value of k
(b) P ( X > 1)

Answer







25. Q





P
12 14 k x
DIAGRAM 25

Diagram 25 shows the graph probability distribution of a continuous variable
x which is normally distributed with a standard deviation of 3.5. The graph is
symmetrical at vertical axis PQ.
(i) If the standard score z obtained from standardizing the value of x = k is 1.5,
find the value of k.
(ii) Hence, find the area of the shaded area in the diagram.

Answer :
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MODULE 4


Time: Two hours and thirty minutes

Section A
[40 marks]
Answer all questions

1. Solve the simultaneous equations
3
x
+
y
2
= 4 , 6 3 x y + =
[5 marks]

2. The curve y = k(x
2
– 2x – 3) cuts the y-axis at the point (0, 15).
(a) Find the value of k. [2 marks]
(b) By using the method of completing the square, find the coordinates of
maximum point of the curve.
[3 marks]

3. A straight line 0 10 3 = ÷ ÷ x y is normal to a curve 1 9 12 4
2 3
÷ + + = x x x y at point A.
Find

(a) the coordinates of point A, [6 marks]
(b) the equation of tangent at point A. [2 marks]


4. A circle is divided into n sectors such that the angle subtended by each sector at the
centre of the circle forms an arithmetic progression.Given that the smallest angle and the
largest angle is ° 3 and ° 37 respectively. Find

(a) the value of n and the common difference, [4 marks]
(b) the sum of the first 6 angles. [3 marks]


5. (a) Prove that tan u + cot u = 2 cosec 2u . [ 2 marks ]
(b) (i) Sketch the graph y = 2 cos
2
3
x for 0
o
sxs 2t .
(ii) Find the equation of a suitable straight line for solving the equation
cos
2
3
x = 1
4
3
÷ x
t
.
Hence , using the same axes , sketch the straight line and state the number
Of solutions to the equation cos
2
3
x = 1
4
3
÷ x
t
for 0
o
sx s 2t.
[ 6marks ]
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6. Diagram 6 shows, ABCD is a quadrilateral. AED and EFC are straight lines.

B A


C F- E







D

It is given that = AB 20x, = AE 8y, DC = 25x – 24y, AE = ¼ AD
and EF =
5
3
EC.

(a) Express in terms of x and/or y:

(i) BD
(ii) EC [3 marks]

(b) Show that the points B, F and D are collinear. [3 marks]

(c) If |x | = 3 and | y | = 2, find | BD |. [2 marks]

SECTION B
[40 marks]
Answer four questions from this section

7. Use the graph paper provided to answer this question.
Table 7 shows experiment values of two variables x and y. Variables x and y are related
by the equation
a
y
x b
=
+
, where a and b are constants.

x 0.5 1.5 2.5 3.5 4.5 5.5
y 3.3 2.4 1.8 1.5 1.3 1.1

TABLE 7
Diagram 6
29


(a) Plot xy againsty by using a scale of 2 cm to 0.5 unit on the y-axis and 2 cm to 1 unit to
the xy-axis.
Hence, draw the line of best fit.

(b) Use your graph from (a) to find the values of a andb.

(c) Find the value of the gradient of the straight line obtained when
1
y
is plotted against x.
[10 marks]

8. Diagram 8 shows the straight line y=3x intersecting the curve y = 4 ÷x
2
at point P.













Find
(a) the coordinates of P, [3 marks]

(b) the area of region which is bounded by the line y = 3x, the curve y = 4 ÷x
2
and the x-axis.
[4 marks]

(c) the volume generated by region bounded by the curve and straight line y = 3, x-axis, and
is revolve 180
o
about the y-axis. [3 marks]

9. Solutions to this question by scale drawing will not be accepted.










Q

R
x
y
P
O
A
C
B
P
-
R
Diagram 8
Diagram 9


y=3x
y = 4 ÷x
2
0
y
x
30


Diagram 9 shows, P(6,3), Q(4,7) and R(3,1) are the mid-points of the sides of triangle ABC.
(a) Calculate the gradient of the line that passes through P and Q. [ 2marks]
(b) Find the equation of AB [ 2marks]
(c) Calculate the area, in unit
2
, of triangle ABC. [ 3marks]
(d) A point T moves such that its distance from point A is always the same as its distance
from point C. Find the equation of the locus of T. [ 3marks]




10. Diagram 10 shows a square ABCD with sides 5 cm in length. APC is a sector with its
centre at B and ABC is a semicircle.

[Use π = 3.142]
(a) Calculate
(i) the area of the segment APC, [2 marks]
(ii) the perimeter of the shaded regions, [2 marks]
(iii) the area of the shaded regions, [2 marks]
(b) Given that BQR is a sector with an angle θ at its centre, B and the length
of the arc AP is 6 cm, find
(i) the angle θ in radians, [1 mark]
(ii) the length of the arc QR if the area of APQR is 12.6 cm
2
. [3 marks]


A
B
C
D
P
Q
R
Diagram 10
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11. (a) An insurance saleman sells policies to 5 men of identical age and in good health.
According to his company’s records, the probability that a man of this particular
age will be alive in 20 years time is
3
2
. Find the probability that in 20 years time,
the number of men still alive will be
(i) exactly two,
(ii) at least one.
(iii) expected value
[ 5marks]
(b) The mean mark for 400 candidates in an examination was 42 . If the marks were
normally distributed with standard deviation of 24 , find

(i) the passing mark if 90% of the candidates pass
(ii) the number of candidates with grade A if a candidate must get 80 marks and above
for grade A.
[ 5marks]


SECTION C
[20 marks]
Answer two questions from this section

12. A particle moves in a straight line and passes through a fixed point O. Its velocity,
v ms
1 ÷
, is given by 5 6
2
+ ÷ = t t v , where t is the time, in seconds, after leaving O .
[Assume motion to the right is positive.]

(a) Find
(i) the initial velocity of the particle,
(ii) the time interval during which the particle moves towards the left,
(iii) the time interval during which the acceleration of the particle is positive.

(b) Sketch the velocity-time graph of the motion of the particle for 5 0 s s t .

(c) Calculate the total distance traveled during the first 5 seconds after leaving O.









32

13. Diagram 13 shows a quadrilateral ABCD such that ZABC is acute.


5.2 cm
9.8 cm

9.5 cm




(a) Calculate
(i) ZABC,
(ii) ZADC,
(iii) the area, in cm
2
, of quadrilateralABCD. [8 marks]

(b) A triangle A’B’C’ has the same measurements as those given for triangle ABC, that is,
A’C’ = 12.3 cm, C’B’ = 9.5 cm and ZB’A’C’ = 40.5°, but which is different in shape to
triangle ABC.
(i) Sketch the triangle A’B’C’,
(ii) State the size of ZA’B’C’. [2 marks]

14. A furniture workshop produces tables and chairs. The production of tables and chairs
involve two processes , making and shellacking. Table 14 shows the time taken to make
and to shellack a table and a chair.

Product Time taken (minutes)
Making Shellacking
Table 60 20
Chair 40 10
Table 14
The workshop produces x tables and y chairs per day. The production of tables and chairs
per day is subject to the following constraints.

I: The minimum total time for making tables and chairs is 600 minutes.
II: The total time for shellacking tables and chairs is at most 240 minutes.
III: The ratio of the number of tables to the number of chairs is at least 1 : 2.

(a) Write three inequalities that satisfy all of the above constraints other than
0 and y 0 x > > .
(b) By using a scale of 2 cm for 2 units of furniture on both axes , construct and shade the
region R which satisfies all of the above constraints.
(c) By using your graph from (b), find,
(i) the maximum number of chairs made if 8 tables are made.
(ii) the maximum total profit per day if the profit from one table is RM30 and from
one chair is RM20.

A
C
D
B
40.5°
12.3 cm Diagram 13
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15. Diagram 15 shows the bar chart for the monthly sales of five essential items sold at a
sundry shop. Table 15 shows their price in the year 2000 and 2006, and the
corresponding price index for the year 2006 taking 2000 as the base year.

Items
Price in the
year 2000
Price in the
year 2006
Price Index for the year
2006 based on the year
2000
P x RM2.50 125
Q RM1.60 RM2.00 125
R RM0.40 RM0.55 y
S RM0.80 RM1.20 150
T RM2.00 z 120
TABLE 15

(a) Find the values of
(i) x, (ii) y, (iii) z. [ 3 marks]
(b) Find the composite price index for cooking oil, rice, salt, sugar and flour in the year
2006 based on the year 2000. [2 marks]
(c) The total monthly sale for cooking oil, rice, salt, sugar and flour in the year 2000 is
RM 2 500. Calculate the corresponding monthly sale for the same items in the
year 2006. [ 2 marks] [2 marks]
(d) From the year 2006 to the year 2007, the price of the cooking oil, rice and sugar
increased by 2%, while the price of both salt and flour increased by 5 sen. Find the
composite price index for all the five items in the year 2007 taking 2006 as the
base year. [3 marks]

End of Module 4

Sugar
Rice
Salt
Cooking Oil
Flour
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
units
Diagram 2
DIAGRAM 15
P
Q
R
S
T

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Section A
( 40 marks )
Answer ALL the question in this section.
1. Solve the simultaneous equations 1 2 = + n m and 7
2 2
= ÷ + mn n m .
Give your answers correct to four decimal places.
[ 5 marks ]
2.





Diagram 2
Diagram 2 shows a pendulum bulb, with length L cm. The time taken to complete an
oscillation, T s, is given by
10
2
L
T t = .
(a) Find
dT
dL

(b) Find approximate change in T when length of the pendulum increases from 40

cm to
42 cm.
(Give the answer in terms of t ). [ 6 marks ]

3. (a) Show that (3 − 3 cos 2) cot = 3 sin 2.

(b) (i) Sketch the graph x y 2 sin 3 = for t 2 0 s s x
(ii) Hence, using the same axes, sketch a suitable line to find the number
of solutions for equation
t 2
1 cot ) 2 cos 1 (
x
x x ÷ = ÷ .
State the number of solutions. [ 7 marks ]




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4. The diagram 4 below shows the first three of an infinite series of cylinders.







The height of each cylinder is 1 cm more than that of the previous cylinder.
(a) Show that the volumes of the cylinders form a progression. Determine whether it
is a geometric progression or an arithmetic progression .
(b) Given that the volume of the forth cylinder is 32π cm² and the sum of volumes of the
first four cylinder is 104 cm², find the height and the radius of the smallest cylinder.
[ 8 marks ]
5. Table 5 above shows the performance of 100 students in a test.
Marks <10 <20 <30 <40 <50 <60 <70 <80
Number of
students
2 8 21 42 68 87 98 100
Table 5
(b) Without drawing an ogive, estimate the interquartile range for the distribution.
[4 marks]
(c) Find the variance of the distribution
[ 4marks]






h cm
(h+1) cm
(h+2) cm
r cm
r cm
r cm
Diagram 4
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6. In Diagram 6, AOBE is a quadrilateral. AFB and OFE are straight lines.





Diagram 6
It is given that
a OA
~
=
÷
,
b OB
~
=
÷
. The point F lies on the straight line AB such that
AB AF
÷
=
÷
3
1


(a) Find in terms of
a
~
and/or
b
~
.
(i)
AF
÷

(ii)
OF
÷


(b) Given
OE
n
OF
÷
=
÷
1
and
OA
m
BE
÷
=
÷

Find
OE
÷
in terms of,
(i) n
a
~
and
b
~

(ii) m,
a
~
and
b
~
Hence, find the value of m and of n.
[ 6 marks ]







A
E
B
F
O
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Section B
( 40 marks )
7. Solutions to this question by scale drawing will not be accepted.
Diagram shows quadrilateral ABCD . The point A is (4,2 ) , B is (1,5), C(k , 8) and the
equation of BC is 2y = x + 10.
.







a) Find the value of k.

b) Given that R is the point on BC such that AR is perpendicular to BC
Find the equation of AR .
c) Find the coordinates of R.

(d) Calculate the area of the parallelogram ABCD.
[ 10 marks]









O
O
D(8,4)
R
x
y
DIAGRAM
B ( 1, 5)
C(k,8 )
A(4,2 )
2y = x + 10
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8. Use graph paper to answer this question
Siva wishes to determine the density of an object by an experiment. He uses seven
cubical blocks of various size. Each block has a square cross section of side x cm and
constant height 2 cm.
Each block is weighed with a balance. Siva does not adjust the balance to zero reading
before using it. As a result, the readings obtained have errors. Table below shows the
readings obtained.

Side of cross section of
block, x (cm)
3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0
Mass of block, J (g) 18.1 22.8 30.0 38.8 47.5 61.2

74.0
Table 8

Based on the formula, Mass = volume × density, Siva obtains the formula
J = 2x
2
k, where J = mass of block,
x = side of cross section of block,
k = density of block.
(a) Based on the data shown in Table 8 draw J against x
2
using a scale of 2 cm to 10 units on
the x
2
̶ axis and 2 cm to 10 unit on the J-axis.

(b) From your graph, find
(i) the density of block material,
(ii) error in the balance reading.
(c) With the same axes, draw a straight line graph obtained if the balance is adjusted to zero.
(d) From your graph find the actual mass of one similar block, which has a square
cross section of side 5.7 cm.

9. Diagram 9 shows part of a curve . 1 8
3
÷ ÷ = x y The curve intersects the x -axis at Aand
the y -axis at C . Line AB is a tangent to the curve at point A.





Diagram 9
Find the coordinates of points A,B and C.
Hence, calculate
(i) the area of the shaded region
(ii) find the volume generated , in terms of t , when the shaded region is revolved through

360 about the x -axis.
[ 10 marks ]
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10. Diagram 10 shows a kite that has axis of symmetry OR.






Diagram 10
Given that APB is an arc of a circle with radius 25 cm and centre O. ANBQ is a semi
circle with centre N and diameter 30 cm. TQSis an arc with centre R and radius 10 cm.
Given the arc length TQS is 18.75 cm,
[use 142 . 3 = t ]
Calculate
(a) AOB Z

(b) the area of segment ANBP
(c) the area of shaded region
[ 10 marks ]

11. (a) In a survey in a district, it is found that 2 out of 5 families have a video recorder.
(i) If 4 families are randomly chosen from that district, find the probability that 2 or
more families have a video recorder.
(ii) It is given that there are 900 families from that district, calculate the mean and
standard deviation of the families that have a video recorder.
[5 marks]
(b) The mass of students in a school has a normal distribution with a mean of µ kg and a
standard deviation o kg.
It is known that 10.56% of the above students have mass more than 50 kg and
15.87% of them have mass less than 32 kg.
Find the value of µ and the value o. [5 marks]



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Section C
( 20 marks )

12. Diagram 12 shows a triangle RTU .







Diagram 12
Given that RST is a straight line and UST Z is obtuse.
(a) Calculate
(i) UST Z ,
(ii) the length , in cm, of RU
[ 4 marks ]
(b) Point ' S lies on RST such that US US = ' .
(i) Sketch R US' A .
(ii) Hence, calculate the area, in cm
2
, of R US' A
[ 6 marks ]









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13. Table 13 shows the price and the price indices of five types of coffees in a shop.
Types of
coffees
Price (RM) per cup
Price index for
the year 2011
based on the year
2009
Weightage
2009 2011
P 3.25 3.90 120 5
Q 4.00 4.40 x 1
R 2.75 3.85 140 4

S 2.50
y
130 2
T 1.20

1.44 120 1 ÷ m
Table 13
(a) Find the value of
(i) x
(ii) y
(b) The composite index for the price of types of coffees in the year 2011 based on year 2009
is 126. Calculate the value of m.
(c) Given the composite index for the price of the types of coffees increased by 25% from
the year 2007 to 2011. Calculate

(i) the composite index for the price of the types of coffees in the year 2009 based on the
the year 2007.
(ii) the price of a cup of type Q coffee in the year 2011 if its corresponding price in the
year 2007 is RM 3.75
[ 10 marks ]










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14. Diagram 14 shows two fixed points, B and A on a straight line. A particle, P , moves
along the line.




Diagram 14
The particle’s speed, V ms
-1
is given by 4 2 ÷ = t V , where t is the time,
in seconds, after passing through the fixed point A. Initially, the particle moves towards
the fixed point B .
[ Assume motion from A to B is negative ]
(a) Find the time interval during which the particle moves towards B .

(b) Given that the distance AB is 5 m, determine whether the particle will reach B or not.

(c) Calculate the total distance travelled by the particle during the first 6 seconds.

(d) Sketch the
A
s against t , for 6 0 s s t , given that
A
s is the displacement of the
particle from the fixed point A.
[ 10 marks ]











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15. For this question, use the graph paper provided.
A factory produces model A and model B of a product. In any given day, the factory
produces x unit model A and y unit model B , provided 0 > x and 0 > y .

The time taken to produce one unit of model A and one unit of model B is 5 minutes and
4 minutes respectively. The operation of the factory is subject to the following
constraints:

(I) The number of model A does not exceed 60.
(II) The number of model B is more than twice the number of model A by at most 10.
(III) The total time taken to produce model A and model B should not be more than
400 minutes.
(a) Write three inequalities satisfying all the constraints.

(b) Construct and shade the region R which is the region of feasible solutions.

(c) Use the graph to find:
(i) the range number of units of model A that can be produced if 40 units of
model B is produced.
(ii) the maximum profit that can be obtained if the profit for one unit of model A
and one unit of model B is RM6 and RM3 respectively.

(d) If the factory wants to produce same number of units for model A and model B ,
find the maximum number of units that can be produced for each of model A and
model B
[ 10 marks ]

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The following formulae may be helpful in answering the questions. The symbols given are
the ones commonly used.

ALGEBRA
1 x =
a
ac b b
2
4
2
÷ ± ÷


2 a
m
× a
n
= a
m + n


3 a
m
÷ a
n
= a
m - n


4 (a
m
)
n
= a
nm


5 log
a
mn = log
a
m + log
a
n
6 log
a

n
m
= log
a
m - log
a
n
7 log
a
m
n
= n log
a
m
8 log
a
b =
a
b
c
c
log
log


9 T
n
= a + (n-1)d

10 S
n
= ] ) 1 ( 2 [
2
d n a
n
÷ +
11 T
n
= ar
n-1

12 S
n
=
r
r a
r
r a
n n
÷
÷
=
÷
÷
1
) 1 (
1
) 1 (
, (r = 1)
13
r
a
S
÷
=
·
1
, r <1


CALCULUS

1 y = uv ,
dx
du
v
dx
dv
u
dx
dy
+ =
2
v
u
y = ,
2
du dv
v u
dy
dx dx
dx v
÷
= ,

3
dx
du
du
dy
dx
dy
× =

























4 Area under a curve
=
}
b
a
y dx or
=
}
b
a
x dy
5 Volume generated
=
}
b
a
y
2
t dx or
=
}
b
a
x
2
t dy

5 A point dividing a segment of a line
( x,y) = ,
2 1

\
|
+
+
n m
mx nx
|
.
|
+
+
n m
my ny
2 1


6. Area of triangle =

) ( ) (
2
1
3 1 2 3 1 2 1 3 3 2 2 1
1
y x y x y x y x y x y x + + ÷ + +
1 Distance =
2
2 1
2
2 1
) ( ) ( y y x x ÷ + ÷

2 Midpoint
(x , y) =
\
| +
2
2 1
x x
, |
.
| +
2
2 1
y y

3
2 2
y x r + =

4
2 2
xi yj
r
x y
.
+
=
+

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STATISTICS
TRIGONOMETRY
1 Arc length, s = ru

2 Area of sector , A =
2
1
2
r u
3 sin
2
A + cos
2
A = 1

4 sec
2
A = 1 + tan
2
A

5 cosec
2
A = 1 + cot
2
A

6 sin2A = 2 sinAcosA

7 cos 2A = cos
2
A – sin
2
A
= 2 cos
2
A-1
= 1- 2 sin
2
A

8 tan2A =
A
A
2
tan 1
tan 2
÷






9 sin (A± B) = sinAcosB ± cosAsinB

10 cos (A± B) = cos AcosB  sinAsinB

11 tan (A± B) =
B A
B A
tan tan 1
tan tan

±


12
C
c
B
b
A
a
sin sin sin
= =



13 a
2
= b
2
+c
2
- 2bc cosA

14 Area of triangle = C absin
2
1



1 x =
N
x
¿


2 x =
¿
¿
f
fx

3 o =
N
x x
¿
÷
2
) (
=
2 _
2
x
N
x
÷
¿


4 o =
¿
¿
÷
f
x x f
2
) (
=
2
2
x
f
fx
÷
¿
¿


5 M = C
f
F N
L
m
(
(
(
(
¸
(

¸

÷
+
2
1


6 100
0
1
× =
P
P
I

7
1
1 1
w
I w
I
¿
¿
=
8
)! (
!
r n
n
P
r
n
÷
=
9
! )! (
!
r r n
n
C
r
n
÷
=

10 P(AB)=P(A)+P(B)-P(A·B)

11 p (X=r) =
r n r
r
n
q p C
÷
, p + q = 1


12 Mean , µ = np

13 npq = o
14 z =
o
µ ÷ x


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