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A 238 500

B 238 600

C 239 000

D 240 000

2 Table 1 shows the list of items bought by Ahmad from a sundry shop.

Potato 3 kg RM2

Table 1

If he pays the shopkeeper with a fifty ringgit note, what is the change he should receive?

A RM35

B RM31

C RM19

D RM15

3

3 In a Mathematics test, Yusdi scored 80 marks whereas Azlan’s score was of

5

Yusdi’s score. The ratio of Yusdi’s score to Azlan’s score is

A 3:5

B 5:8

C 5:2

D 5:3

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2

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1

14

6

3

7

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Diagram 1

A 1, 2, 3, 7

B 2, 3, 7

C 1, 3, 7

D 1, 2, 3, 7, 21

5

1, 3, 6, 11, p, 29, …

A 16

B 17

C 18

D 19

f 1

6 Given that 0.2 + = . The value of f is

100 4

A 5

B 25

C 50

D 250

7 Diagram 2 shows a number line.

A B C D

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Diagram 2

1

In which of the regions labelled A, B, C or D, is − 1 situated?

3

3

8 In an express bus of 40 passengers, are female. 1 of the female and 1 of the

5 3 4

male are children. How many children are there in the bus?

A 10

B 12

C 14

D 24

1

9 Tajudin painted two identical rooms and took 2 hours to paint each room. If he

2

started painting the first room at 9.30 a.m and took 45 minutes break in between, at

what time did he complete painting the second room?

A 1430

B 1545

C 1515

D 1555

10 A string of length 2.90 m is used to tie 6 parcels. The string used for each parcel is

equal in length.

If 38 cm of the string is left after all the parcels have been tied, calculate, in cm, the

length needed for each parcel.

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A 40

B 41

C 42

D 45

are allowed to complete the run, how many participants took part in the race?

A 80

B 86

C 90

D 94

12 Pak Din was paid RM 222.00 for 12 working days. How much will he receive for

20 working days?

A RM111.00

B RM133.20

C RM270.00

D RM370.00

P

Q

yo

K

o

xo x

13 L

In Diagram 3, KLM and PLN are straight lines.

70o

N

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M

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Diagram 3

A 40

B 100

C 110

D 140

14 Diagram 4 shows a cube. Given that the area of the surface JKLM is 16 cm2.

K L

M

J

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Diagram 4

A 48

B 64

C 96

D 128

15 Izam has 5 sacks of sugar, each with a mass of r kg. All the sugar is then packed in

a number of smaller packets of the same size. The mass of each packet is 3 kg.

What is the total number of the packets?

5r

A

3

B 15r

3

C

5r

D 30r

P

T

U

15 cm

S

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Diagram 5

Find the length, in cm, of PU.

A 8

B 9

C 12

D 17

Point 1 2 3 4 5 6

0 Number of Students 2 1 1 1 3 2

Table 2

Determine the number of students who obtained scores less than the median score.

A 2

B 3

C 4

D 5

P Q

3 cm R

18 In Diagram 6, PRSV is a parallelogram and STUV is a rectangle.

V

S

U 8 cm T

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Diagram 6

Calculate the area, in cm2, of the whole diagram.

A 72

B 52

C 40

D 32

19 In Diagram 7, TRP is a straight line. Given that, the ratio of ∠SRT to ∠RST to ∠

RTS is 2 : 3 : 4.

S

mo

T P

R

Diagram 7

Find the value of m.

A 100

B 120

C 140

D 180

Q 12 cm P

B C D

X 8 cm

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Diagram 8

line PQ and 6 cm from point Y.

E(2, 9)

F(2, 3) G

Diagram 9

A ( 3, 3)

B ( 5, 6)

C ( 4, 5)

D ( 6, 5)

22 In Diagram 10, point P and point R are marked on the Cartesian plane.

y

2

P

•

R

2 •

O x

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Diagram 10

Given PQRS is a trapezium. If the coordinates of point Q( 3, 2 ), the possible

coordinates of point S is

A ( 1, – 1 )

B ( 2, – 2 )

C ( 0, – 2 )

D ( 0, 2 )

y

L

T

K (– 12, 0) O x

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Diagram 11

A ( 13, 5 )

B ( 5, 12 )

C ( 12, 5 )

D ( 12, 13 )

25 cm

15 cm

Diagram 12

The solid is

B a cone with the radius 15 cm.

C a cylinder with the radius 7.5 cm.

D a cone with the radius 7.5 cm.

25 Diagram 13 shows, a right pyramid with square base JKLM. The height of vertex V

from the base JKLM is 12 cm.

V

K L

O

J M

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Diagram 13

A 165

B 260

C 280

D 360

F

G

18o

E

H

Diagram 14 I

Find the number of sides of the polygon.

A 9

B 10

C 12

D 15

27 The bar chart in Diagram 15 shows the sales of cars in a car sales centre for the first

five months.

(in 100 units)

Sales of cars

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Diagram 15

Calculate the mean of the sales per month for the period shown in the chart.

A 600

B 480

C 400

D 380

28 The pictograph in Diagram 16 shows the number of mobile phone sold in the first

three months of 2008.

Represents 15 units

JanuaryFebruaryMarch

Diagram 16

Which of the following statements is true?

A The sales in March was 45 units.

B The lowest monthly sales was 3 units.

C The sales in February exceeded the sales in January by 45 units.

D The total sales for the first three months are 13 units.

I II III

IV

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Diagram 17

Which of the points are situated on the axes of symmetry of the diagram?

A I and III

B II and IV

C I, II and V

D II, IV and V

22

(use π = )

7

20o 40o

J N

O

14 cm

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Diagram 18

2

A 14

3

1

B 29

3

1

C 51

3

2

D 53

3

22

(use π = )

7

9 cm

20o

E O

Diagram 19

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A 22

B 31

C 40

D 44

(x – y) cm

8 cm

Q 2x cm

Diagram 20

A 4x – 4y

B 2x2 + xy

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C 8x – 8y

D 8x

vo

wo

xo

yo

zo

Diagram 21

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I v + w + y = 180

II y=v+w

III w + x = 180

A I, II only

B I, III only

C II, III only

D I, II, III only

K L

R

M

Q 100o

V

xo S

130o

P N

T

Diagram 22

A 85

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B 80

C 75

D 70

T

xo

70o

R U

O

Diagram 23

The value of x is

A 50

B 60

C 70

D 80

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36 In Diagram 24, KPM and JOPL are straight lines and O is the centre of the circle.

L

P ho

O

25o

J

M

o

140

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Diagram 24

A 115

B 110

C 105

D 100

E M F

10 cm

P

H N G

Diagram 25

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Given that, the area of the rectangle EFGH is 80 cm2 and the radius of the circle

is 5 cm.

A 5

B 6

C 8

D 10

38 3( x – 2)2 =

A 3x2 – 12

B 9x2 – 36

C 3x2 – 6x + 12

D 3x2 – 12x + 12

39 The pie chart in Diagram 26 shows the result of a survey on a group of people and

their favourite local fruits.

Banana

Mangosteen

4xo

2xo

Papaya xo

150o

Durian

Diagram 26

If the number of people who love mangosteens is 15, calculate the total number of

people in survey is

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A 30

B 60

C 90

D 120

40 ( 2x – 1 )3 = .

A 6x – 3

B x− 3

8

8

C

x3

2

D

x

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For Examiner’s

Answer all questions Use

[2 marks]

Answer:

1 1 9

2 Calculate the value of 1 − × and express the answer as a fraction in its lowest

2 3 14

term.

[2 marks]

Answer:

1

3 Calculate the value of 6 + − 1 × 0.48 and express the answer as a decimal.

2

[2 marks]

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Answer:

For Examiner’s

Use

2 3

1

4 (a) Find the value of −1

5

2

(b) (

Calculate the value of 0.5 − 0.09 ) 3 .

[3 marks]

Answer:

(a)

(b)

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(a) – 3s = – 4

2

(b) ( 6 x − 12) = 2 x

3

[3 marks]

Answer:

(a)

(b)

5

For Examiner’s

6 In Diagram 1, triangle P is drawn on square grids. On the grids, draw the image of Use

3 triangle P under a reflection in the line l .

Answer: l [2

marks]

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2

Diagram 1

[2 marks]

Answer:

7

For Examiner’s

Use

8 In Diagram 2, point A’ is the image of point A under a 90° clockwise.

(a) Mark C as the centre of rotation. 2

(b) Complete the image of object S under the same rotation.

[3 marks]

Answer

A S

•

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A′

Diagram 2

For Examiner’s

9 Factorize completely Use

(a) 2p – 4p²

(b) y³ – 9y

[3 marks]

Answer:

(a) (b)

3

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[2 marks]

Answer:

10

1 1

11 Find the value of −

2 2 × 18 2

[3 marks]

Answer:

11

For Examiner’s

Use 1 3+ f

12 Express − as a single fraction in its simplest form.

3e 12ef 3

[3 marks]

Answer:

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12

13 (

2

Simplify 3u w ) 3

u − 4 w5

[3 marks]

Answer:

13

For Examiner’s

3 14 Table 1 shows the blood type of 37 pupils.

Use

AB 8

A 5

B 12

O 12

Table 1

(b) Hence, represent all the data by drawing a line graph in the answer space.

[4 marks]

Answer:

(a)

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(b)

Number of pupils

14

12

10

AB A B O Blood type

2

For Examiner’s 14

Use

15 Table 2 shows the number of students in Form 3 Melur who scored grade A in three

subjects.

4

B- Boy

B G

Mathematics 14 x

. G- Girl

Science 20 12

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Table 2

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(a) find the value of x

(b) hence, represent all the data by drawing bar charts for Science and English.

[4 marks]

Answer: (a)

(b)

Number of students

32

28

24

20

16

12

15

8 For Examiner’s

Use

4

16 Diagram 3, shows a square base right

V pyramid.

4

Mathematics Science English Subject

5 units

6 units

Diagram 3

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[3 marks]

Answer:

16

For Examiner’s

Use

4

3

17 In Diagram 4 figure R is the image of figure S under a certain transformation M.

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Diagram 4

[2 marks]

Answer:

17

For Examiner’s

Use

2 18 Diagram 5 in the answer space shows an isosceles triangle STU. M is the midpoint of

straight line SU.

J, K and L are three moving points in the diagram.

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(a) J moves such that it is equidistant from the point S and U. By using the letters in the

diagram, state the locus of J.

(b) On the diagram, draw

(i) the locus of K such that KU = 6 cm,

(ii) the locus of L such that its distance from the straight line SU is always 4 cm.

(c) Hence, mark with the symbol ⊗ the intersection of the locus of K and the locus of L.

[5 marks]

Answer:

(a), (b) and (c)

For Examiner’s

Diagram 5

Use

18

S U

19 Diagram 6 shows a quadrilateral ABCD. M

C 5

D

60o

A B

Diagram 6

(a) Using only a ruler and a pair of compasses, construct quadrilateral ABCD given.

Begin from the diagram provided in the answer space.

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(i) measure the length, in cm, of BD,

(ii) measure ∠ BAD, using a protractor.

[6 marks]

Answer:

(a) C

A B

Diagram 6

(b) (i)

(ii)

19

For Examiner’s

20 Diagram 7 in the answer space shows octagon ABCDEFGH and two straight lines PQ and Use

QR drawn on a square grid.

6 Starting from the straight lines PQ and QR, draw the octagon PQRSTUVW which

is congruent to octagon ABCDEFGH.

[3 marks]

Answer:

C E

D F

B G

A H

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R Q

Diagram 7

20

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