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**Kepodang V Wonogiri (0273) 321019
**

THE LAST EXAMINATION OF SEMESTER 1 ACADEMY YEAR 2011/2012 Subject : Mathematics Grade / Term : IX / 1

GENERAL DIRECTION: First, write your name, class and number on your answer sheet. Check and read the quastion carefully. Report to the supervisor if there are unclear informati ons. Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c or d.

Choose the right answer by crossing a, b, c or d on your answer sheet 1. Which figure are similar ? a. Two equilateral triangle c. Two quadrilaterals with the same sides b. Two pentagons with the same side d. Two hexagons with the same sides 2. Consider the figure of trapezoid ABCD with EF parallel to AB. If AB = 25cm, DC = 16 cm and AE = DE, then the length of EF is .... D C a. 16.5 cm c. 20.5 cm b. 18.5 cm d. 22.5 cm F E

A B

3. Triangle ABC with AB = 9cm, BC = 12 cm and AC = 15 cm is similar to the triangle with sides of .... a. 5 cm, 12 cm and 13 cm c. 12 cm, 16 cm and 20 cm b. 6 cm, 9 cm and 12 cm d. 10 cm, 15 cm and 20 cm

C

4. Consider the figure on the right. The true statement is .... a. ∆CFE ∆FAD b. ∆CFE ∆DEF c. ∆DEF ∆FAD d. ∆DEF ∆ADF 5. Consider the figure on the right. The true statement is .... a. A P b. A Q c. B P d. B Q

F

E

A

D R

B

C

Q A B P

6. The figure beside illustrates a ladder learning against A vertical wall. The length of the ladder is .... a. 5.0 m b. 6.0 m c. 7.5 m d. 8.5 m 7. The following figure illustrates the roof of a house. The value of t in figure is .... a. 12 cm b. 15 cm c. 16 cm d. 20 cm 8. The value of t in the figure is .... a. 3.0 cm 12cm b. 3.2 cm 6cm c. 3.6 cm tcm d. 4.0 cm

ym

xm 3m

2m 4.5m

9cm

16cm

9. Madhi is standing next to a tree with a shadow of 12 m. If Adhi is 1.6 m tall with a shadow of 1.2 m, then the height of the tree is .... a. 16 m c. 20 m C b. 18 m d. 24 m D 10. In the figure, AD = CE, ∆BCE and ∆ABD are congruent Since they satisfy the conditions for two congruent triangles, which is .... a. S, S, S c. S, A, A B A b. S, A, S d. S, S, A E 11. The number of edges and faces of a cylinder is.... a. 2 c. 4 b. 3 d. 5 12. The radius and the lateral surface area of a cone are 10cm and 26 0𝜋cm2 respectively. The height of the cone is .... a. 12 cm c. 20 cm b. 16 cm d. 24 cm 13. The radius and the height of the cylinder are 10.5 cm and 20 cm respectively. The surface area of the cylinder is .... a. 6,930.0 cm2 c. 2,013.0 cm 2 2 b. 1,666.5 cm d. 1,320,0 cm2 22 14. The volume of the sphere is 4,851 cm 3 . If 𝜋 = 7 , then the radius of the sphere is .... a. 7.0 cm c. 14.0 cm b. 10.5 cm d. 17.5 cm 15. Given that the surface area of the cylinder is 320𝜋 cm3 , and the ratio of the radius to the height is 2 : 3. Then the height of the cylinder is .... a. 8 cm c. 15 cm b. 12 cm d. 18 cm 16. Given that the diameter and slant height of a cone are 10 cm annd 13 cm respectively. The surface area of a cone is .... a. 90𝜋 cm2 c. 200𝜋 cm2 2 b. 180𝜋 cm d. 400𝜋 cm2

17. The radius of a ball is 10.5 cm. If 𝜋 = 7 , then the area of ball is .... a. 231 cm2 c. 462 cm 2 b. 693 cm2 d. 1,386 cm 2 18. The are two spheres. If the ratio of their radii is 3 : 2, then the ratio of their areas is .... a. 3 : 2 c. 27 : 8 b. 9 : 4 d. 81 : 16 19. The radius and the height of a conical hat are 10 cm and 24 cm respectively. The material needed for marking 10 hats is at least ... a. 1,000𝜋𝑐𝑚 2 c. 3,600𝜋𝑐𝑚 2 2 b. 2,600𝜋𝑐𝑚 d. 2,400𝜋𝑐𝑚 2 22 20. Consider the figure. The volumme of the figure.... ( 𝜋 = 7 ) a. 4,851.0 cm3 c. 4,042.5 cm 3 17.5cm 3 b. 2,425.5 cm d. 1,617.0 cm3

21cm

22

21. The following data are the results of mathematics test. Score 5 7 8 9 10 frequency 1 3 6 4 1 The average score of the test is .... a. 7.50 c. 7.75 b. 8.00 d. 8.25 22. The scores of the 10 students on a test are as follows : 6,7,5,9,5,8,8,10,9, .... a. 5 c. 7 b. 6 d. 8 23. The average of maths test scores of 30 boys is 80. The average of maths test scores of 20 girls 85. Then, the average score of the 50 students is .... a. 81 c. 83 b. 82 d. 84 24. The median of 5,4,6,8,7,6,9,10,7,5,6,9 is .... a. 6.0 c. 6.5 b. 7.0 d. 7.5 25. If the mode of data x,5,5,6,6,7,7,8,4,9 is 6, then the mean of the data is .... a. 6.3 c. 6.4 b. 6.5 d. 6.6 26. Look at the following table. Score 5 6 7 8 9 10 Frequency 1 5 x 6 2 1 The average of the scores is 7.3, then the value of x is .... a. 4 c. 6 b. 5 d. 7 27. The cart shows a data on 300 children who like to play fooball, tennisball, basketball and volleyball. Number of children who like to play tennisball is .... a. 50 c. 75 b. 60 d. 115

football 138

0

Volleyball

0

60 basketball tennisball

28.

MINING PRODUCTION

6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Based on the above chart, the mining production volume from 1993 to 1996 is …. a. 5,000 tons b. 8,000 tons c. 14,000 tons d. 20,000 tons

**1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998
**

YEAR

29. Score 4 5 6 7 8 9 Frequency 3 7 10 12 6 2 The median of the above data is .... a. 6 c. 6.5 b. 6.4 d. 7 30. The interquartile range of 4,5,5,5,6,6,7,7,7,8,8,9 is .... a. 0.5 c. 1.5 b. 1 d. 2.5 31. The sample space for tossing two coins is .... a. {(H,T), (T, H)} c. {(H,H), (T, T)} b. {(T, H), (H, T)} d. {(H,T), (T, H), (H,H), (T, T) } 32. The number of sample points for tossing a coin and two dice is .... a. 24 c. 72 b. 36 d. 108 33. Two dice are rolled at once. The probability thatt the sum of the appearing number s is a prime is .... 1 7 a. 12 c. 12 b. 12 d. 12 34. Three coins are tossed at once. The probability of getting at least one tail is .... 7 2 a. 8 c. 8 b. 8 d. 8 35. A letter is randomly taken from the word “ MEGANTARA”. The probability of taking the latter A is .... a.

1 9 1 5 1 5 11

c.

1 3 2

b. 6 d. 3 36. A presenter reported that the probability of raining tomorrow is 0.70. What is teh probability that it will NOT rain tomorrow? a. 0.15 c. 0.70 b. 0.30 d. 0.75 37. The number of sample points for tossing two coins and one dice is... a. 24 c. 72 b. 36 d. 144 38. Three coins are tossed at once. The probability of getting at least two head is...

a. b.

4 8 3 8

c. d.

2 8 1 8

39. Two dice are rolled at once. The probability that the sun of the appearing number is odd is.. 1 1 a. c. b. 3 d. 12 40. A card is drawn at random from a deck of playing cards. The probability of drawing an even numbered card is... 1 4 a. 9 c. 13 b.

5 52 2 1 6 1

d.

5

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