# TOPIC 1 : STANDARD FORM

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Round off 0.0368 correct to two significant figures A. 0.03 C. 0.036 B. 0.04 D. 0.037 6.27 x 10-4 = A. 0.0000627 B. 0.000627 1.8 x 105 + 88000 = A. 2.68 x 105 B. 2.68 x 109

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C. 62700 D. 6270000 C. 1.06 x 105 D. 1.06 x 109

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The area of a rectangular nursery plot is 7.2 km2. Its width is 2400m. The length, in m of the nursery plot is C. 4.8 x 103 A. 3 x 103 4 D. 4.8 x 104 SPM 2003 B. 3 x 10 Express 0.0000203 in standard form. C. 203 x 10-7 A. 2.03 x 10-5 5 B. 2.03 x 10 D. 203 x 107

4.86 x 10-2 = (3 x 10-3 )2 A. 1.62 x 103 B. 1.62 x 104

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C. 5.4 x 103 D. 5.4 x 104

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4.21 x 10-7 − 2.6 x 10-8 = A. 1.61 x 10-8 B. 1.61 x 10-7

C. 3.95 x 10-8 D. 3.95 x 10-7

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Round off 0.08108 correct to three significant figures A. 0.08 C. 0.0810 B. 0.081 D. 0.0811 Express 7.564 x 10-6 as a single number. A. 0.007564 C. 0.000007564 B. 0.00007564 D. 0.0000007564

0.03 = 5000000 A. 6 x 103 B. 6 x 104

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C. 6 x 10-8 D. 6 x 10-9

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Round off 70615 correct to three significant figures A. 70600 C. 70620 B. 70610 D. 70700 Round off 50941 correct to three significant figures A. 509 C. 50940 B. 510 D. 50900 Express 351000 in standard form. C. 3.51 x 10-3 A. 3.51 x 103 5 B. 3.51 x 10 D. 3.51 x 10-5 0.0000025 – 1.3 x 10-7= A. 1.2 x 10-6 B. 1.2 x 10-7 C. 2.37 x 10-6 D. 2.37 x 10-7

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6h2 – 23h + 20 D. -6x2 .20 4. Solve the equation = x +6 2
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9.5 = 3k 3 3x(x-1) 8.5pm + 2m2 2. 6h2 – 7h + 20 B. -6xy + y2 B.5pm + 2m2 C. Solve the equation
2k 2 . Factorise m(m + 3) – 28
18 . 4x2 – 1 D. 3p2 + 7pm – 2m2 D. 3x2 – x(1 .x) = A. -6x2 – 6xy + y2 D. -3x2 – 9xy . 3p2 + 5pm – 2m2 B. (3p – m)(p + 2m) = A.y2 3. 2x2 – 1 B. Solve the equation 3m2 = 2(m – 3) + 11 10.5) = A. 6h2 – 23h . Solve the equation 3x2 = 2(x-1) + 7 6. 4x2 – x
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7. 3p2 . 2x2 – x 5. 3x (x – 2y) – (3x – y)2 = A.20 C.TOPIC 2 : QUADRATIC EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS 1.m2 m
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. a) Factorise y(5 + 2y) – 18 b) Solve the equation 9 + m = 11. Solve the equation
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C. 3p2 .y2 C. 6h2 – 7h . (3h – 4)(2h .

196 SPM 2003 B. which of these represents the set E ∩ F ∩ G’? 3. x is an integer}. Q and R. the Venn diagram that represents these relationship is
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2. 2. Diagram below shows a Venn diagram with the universal set ξ = {Year Five pupils}. P ∩ Q 6. set Q = {x : x is a prime number} and set R = {x : x is a multiple of 4}. 6}
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5. set M = {Pupils who read a Malay language newspaper} and R = {Pupils who read an English language newspaper}. set P and set Q.TOPIC 3 : SETS 1. 11 B. 11 C. {3. 5} B.
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. 9}. n(M ∩ R) = 12 and the number of pupils who do not read either newspaper is 4. then set Q’ is A. P’ ∩ Q D. Diagram below is a Venn diagram shows the elements of sets P. P ∩ Q’ B. 7. C and D.
If the universal set ξ = P ∪ Q ∪ R. Given that the universal set ξ = J ∪ K ∪ L. {1. Diagram below shows a Venn diagram with the universal set ξ = E ∪ F ∪ G
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Considering the four regions. B. A. 6} D. The elements of set (P ∪ R)’ ∩ Q are A. 2} C. 5. 3. {3. 176 D.
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D. find the total number of Year Five pupils A. 2.

25. It is given that the universal set ξ = {x : 19 ≤ x < 31.
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The region (P ∩ Q)’ is equivalent to the region A. set P and set Q. 5 C. 23. 51
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It is given that the universal ξ = R ∪ S ∪ T and n(S’) = n(S ∩ T). Diagram below is a Venn diagram with the universal set ξ = P ∪ Q ∪ R
Which of the region. Diagram below is a Venn diagram that shows the elements of set R. 23. P ∩ Q’
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11. set S and set T. 29} D. {21. 29. 10 SPM 2005 B. C or D. {21. represents the set P’ ∩ Q’ ∩ R?
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9. x is an integer}. 22. 25. 27. 11 8. 39 D. 28} C. 27. A. 26. 27. Find set R’ A. B. {19. 30} 10. Programmes Number of watched viewers News 55 Sports 61 News and Sports only 12 News and Entertainment only 5 News only 25 Sports only 28 Table 2
Diagram 14 Find the number of viewer who watched sports or news and also entertainment programmes. and set R = {x : x is a number such that the sum of its two digits is an even number}. 23. 29} B. P ∪ Q’ C.Find the values of x. Diagram 14 is a Venn diagram that represents part of the information in table 2. Diagram below is a Venn diagram showing the universal set ξ . 26 C. P’ ∩ Q’ B. A. P’ ∪ Q’ D. Table 2 below shows data obtained from a survey of 100 television viewers. 47 SPM 2006 B. 24. {20. 25. 21.

12. Q and R are three sets and ξ = P ∪ Q ∪ R in each of the following Venn diagrams. On each diagram. The Venn diagrams below show sets P. Q and R. On each of the Venn diagrams. P. shade (a) Q ∩ R
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Premise 2 : _________________________________________________________________ Conclusion : 6 is a positive number.TOPIC 4 : MATHEMATICAL REASONING SPM 2003 1. 18} are divisible by 3 or the elements of set B = {4. Based on the information above. Premise 2 : _________________________________________________________________ Conclusion : PQRSTU has six sides (5 marks) SPM 2005 3. (a) Is the sentence below a statement or non statement? “4 is a prime number” __________________ (b) Write down two implications based on the following sentence P ⊂ R if and only if P’ ⊂ R’ Implication 1:______________________________________________________________ Implication 2:______________________________________________________________ The number of subsets in a set with 2 elements is 22 The number of subsets in a set with 3 elements is 23 The number of subsets in a set with 4 elements is 24
2. 8} are multiples of 4 _________________ (b) Write down Premise 2 to complete the following argument Premise 1 : If x is greater than zero. then x is a positive number. 6. (a) State whether the following statement is true or false = _____________ “ 8 > 7 or 32 = 6 ” (b) Write down two implications based on the following sentence “ m3 = 1000 if and only if m = 10 “ Implication 1:______________________________________________________________ Implication 2:______________________________________________________________ (c) Complete the premise in following argument. (b) Write down two implications based on the following sentence “ 3m > 15 if and only if m > 5 “ Implication 1:______________________________________________________________ Implication 2:______________________________________________________________ (5 marks)
. 15. Premise 1 : All hexagons have six sides. (a) State whether the following statement is true or false i) 8 ÷ 2 = 4 and 82 = 16 _________________ ii) The element of set A = {12. _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ (5 marks) SPM 2004 2. make a general conclusion by induction regarding the number of subsets in a set with k elements.

pentagons have five sides. (5 marks)
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(c) Complete the premise in following argument.. ii) …………………. Premise 1 : If set K is a subset of set L.. i) …………………. (a) Complete each of the following statements with the quantifier “all” or “some” so that it will become a true statement. then K ∪ L = L. of the prime numbers are odd numbers. Premise 2 : _________________________________________________________________ Conclusion : Set K is not a subset of set L. (b) State the converse of the following statement and hence determine whether its converse is true or false
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TOPIC 5 : THE STRAIGHT LINE SPM 2003 SPM 2004
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SPM 2003 In diagram below. state its y-intercept. b) Find the equation of the straight line RS and hence.
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SPM 2004 In diagram below. a) the equation of the straight line PQ.
The equation of PQ is 2x + y = 5.
Find. b) the y-intercept of the straight line QR. OP is parallel to QR and PQ is parallel to RS. a) State the equation of the straight line QR. OPQR is parallelogram and O is the origin. P is on the y-axis. the graph shows that PQ.
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a) State the equation of the straight line PU. state its x-intercept. Straight line PU is parallel to the x-axis and straight line PR is parallel to straight line ST.SPM 2005 In diagram below. PQ is parallel to RS
Find c) the equation of the straight line PQ d) the x-intercept of the straight line PQ
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. b) Find the equation of the straight line ST and hence.
Find. point R lies on the x-axis and point P lies on the y-axis.
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SPM 2006 Diagram below shows a straight line PQ and straight line RS drawn on a Cartesian plane. O is the origin. The equation of straight line PR is x + 2y = 14.

(6 marks) c) From your ogive in (b) (i) find the third quartile (ii) hence. of 40 families to their childrens’ school welfare fund. draw the histogram for the data. (4 marks) Class interval 10 – 12 13 – 15 Frequency Midpoint
b) Based on the table in (a).TOPIC 6 : STATISTICS SPM 2003 The data in diagram below shows the donation. calculate the estimated mean mass of the suitcases. explain briefly the meaning of the third quartile marks)
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a) Based on the data in diagram above and by using a class interval of 3. complete the following table (4 marks) Answer: Donation (RM) 11 . and a class interval of RM5. (3 marks) c) By using a scale of 2 cm to 3 kg on the x-axis and 2 cm to 1 suitcase on the y-axis. (3 marks) d) State one information obtained based on the histogram in (c ). complete the table below. (2 marks)
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b) By using the scale of 2 cm to RM5 on the x-axis and 2 cm to 5 families on the y-axis. 40 23 27 30 20 24 28 35 34 32 17 33 45 31 29 30 33 21 37 26 22 39 38 40 32 26 34 22 32 22 35 39 27 14 38 19 28 35 28 44
a) Using the data in diagram above. draw and ogive based on the data. Each tourist has one suitcase.15 16 . in RM.

51 20 45 31 26 40 30 25 46 33 42 25 32 38 35 34 47 37 28 42 26 31 41 37 29 35 48 21 39 38 43 44 36 23 31 28 34 38 39 23 22 54 (4 marks)
a) Using data in diagram above and class interval of 5 marks.
Marks 20 – 24 25 – 29
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b) Based on the table in (a).SPM 2005 The data in diagram below shows the marks for an English Language monthly test for 42 pupils. i) state the modal class ii) calculate the mean mark for the English Language monthly test and give your answer correct to decimal places. (4 marks)
SPM 2006 The data in diagram below shows the donation in RM. collected by 40 pupils. (4 marks) c) By using a scale of 2 cm to 5 marks on the horizontal axis and 2 cm to 1 pupil on the vertical axis. complete the table below. 49 22 27 34 40 26 30 24 34 37 38 33 32 25 48 39 39 40 34 25 41 45 43 46 47 45 43 40 23 30 45 39 38 35 29 43 31 35 37 28
a) Based on the data in diagram above and by using a class interval of 5. calculate the estimated mean of the donation collected by a pupil. complete the table below. (3 marks) Class interval 21 – 25 26 – 30 Midpoint 23 Frequency 5
b) Based on the table in (a). (3 marks)
. draw a histogram for the data.

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. (5 marks) d) Based on the frequency polygon in (c ).c) By using a scale of 2 cm to RM5 on the horizontal axis and 2 cm to 1 pupil on the vertical axis. draw a frequency polygon for the data. state one piece of information about the donations.

Diagram below shows some number cards. 50 D. 45 B. The probability of drawing a coupon with a number which is not a multiple of 5 is 11 8 A. If a student is chosen at random from the group. C. Table below shows the contribution of a group of 90 pupils playing a game Form 4 Form 5
. state the probability that the student chosen is a boy. One coupon is drawn at random. Perak and Sarawak. 10 C.Calculate the total number of stamps in her collection. D.
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SPM 2003 1. If a 1 sweet is picked at random from the jar. lychee and coffee flavour. the probability of picking a lychee flavoured sweet is . A. D. 30 15 7 11 B. 25 D. 9 10 A jar contains 240 sweets of orange. The 4 1 probability of picking a Perak stamp is and the probability of picking a Sarawak stamp is . How many 3 coffee flavoured sweets are there? A. 20 C. Irma has collection of stamps from Kelantan. A further 10 boys then join the group. In a group of 90 students. She picks one stamp at random. 80
2. 70 are girls. 90 20 coupons with serial number 21 to 40 are put in a box.
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9. Find the probability that the number chosen is a prime number. A box contains 4 red marbles. 2. 2 white marbles and a number of blue marbles. A number is chosen at random from the element of set G. How many green marbles are there in the 8 container.Girls Boys
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A pupil is chosen at random from the group to start the game. C. Find the probability of choosing a blue marble. 4 8 3 3 B. A container holds 28 yellow marbles and a number of green marbles. 8 D. 8 4 6 A. 21 B. 9. D. C. 11 11 It is given that set G is {1. 3. D. The probability of choosing a white marbles is .

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TOPIC 9 : TRIGONOMETRY lll SPM 2003 SPM 2003 SPM 2004
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TOPIC 10 : ANGLE OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSION SPM 2003 SPM 2004 SPM 2004
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A ZVUR B ZVUQ C LVQU D LVQR
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Name the angle between the line QV and the plane QUR.