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CHAPTER 1: DIRECTED NUMBERS

1
Calculate the value of 60 (3).
2
Calculate the value of (12) + (17) 4.
3
Calculate the value of (17) + 28 15.
4
Calculate the value of 3 18 (6).
5
Calculate the value of .
6
Calculate the value of .
7
Calculate the value of (2.56) 3.2 (1.6).
8
Calculate the value of 5 + .
9
Calculate the value of 14 .
10 Calculate the value of 6.3 9.3 .

CHAPTER 2: SQUARES, SQUARE ROOTS, CUBES


AND CUBE ROOTS
1
Calculate the value of 2.42 + (4.6)2.
2
Find the value of (2)2 2 and give the answer in
decimal.
3
Find the value of
(a) 62
(b) 2
4
Find the value of
(a) 32
(b) 2
5
Find the value of
(a) 92
(b) 2
6
Given that 2.62 = 6.8, find the value of 0.262.
7
Calculate the value of 2 2 and express the answer as
a mixed number.

8
9

8
9

10

Given that volume of four similar cubes is 500 cm3,


find the total surface area, in cm2, of one cube.
Find the value of
(a) 63
(b) 3
Calculate the value of .

CHAPTER 3: ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS II


1
State the coefficient of s2t2 in the algebraic term
3s2t2u.

3
4
5
6
7

10

Given that s = 1 and t = 4, calculate the value of


(t)2.
Given that s = 3 and t = 2, calculate the value of
(t)3.
Given that m = 4 and n = 3, calculate the value
of .
Given that p = 2 and q = 1, calculate the value of
(2q)3.
Given that p = and q = 1, calculate the value of
3p(8q 5)3.
Given that p = 3 and q = 1, calculate the value of
(2q)2.
Simplify + 6.
Simplify each of the following.
(a) s + (10s)(1 + 5t) + 3st
(b) (10p2 + 2pq) (2)
Omar paid for 7 packets of sugar at RMs per packet
and 6 packets of salt at RMt per packet with RM10.
Find his change, in RM.

CHAPTER 4: LINEAR EQUATIONS I


1
Given that 3p 2 = 2p + 7, find the value of p.
2
3
4
5
6

7
8
9
10

Given that = 4, find the value of y.


Given that 17h 98 = 3h, find the value of h.
Given that 3(2p + 2) + 3p 27 = 2p, find the value
of p.
Given that 8a 4 = 9a + 9, find the value of a.
Solve the following equations.
(a)
3x = 6x 6
(b) 8y =
Given that 6q 5 = 9q + 5, find the value of q.
Given that 8q 5 = 3q + 5, find the value of q.
Given that 9b 3 = 5b + 9, find the value of b.
Given that 7c 2 = 9c + 3, find the value of c.

CHAPTER 5: RATIOS, RATES AND PROPORTIONS


1
In 2012, 30 of 100 babies born at a hospital are
female. Find the ratio of male to female in its lowest
terms.

2
3
4
5

6
7
8

9
10

Given that s = 0.6 kg and t = 1 200 g, find the ratio


s : t in its lowest terms.
Given that 7 : 5 = 63 : y, calculate the value of y.
Given that m : n = 4 : 7. Find the value of m if n =
21.
The ratio of the number of workers in factory S to
the number of workers in factory T is 6 : 5. If the
factory S has 174 workers, calculate the number of
workers in factory T.
If x : y = 6 : 7 and y : z = 2 : 7, find the ratio of x : y :
z.
Rewrite the ratio : : using integers.
A rope measuring 264 cm is cut into 3 pieces. The
ratio of the length of each pieces is 4 : 3 : 1. Find the
length, in cm, between the longest piece and the
shortest piece.
A sum of money is divided into three parts according
to the ratio 1 : 6 : 3. The smallest portion is RM22.
Calculate the total sum, in RM, of the money.
Rewrite the ratio : : using integers.

CHAPTER 6: PYTHAGORAS THEOREM


1
In Diagram 1, BDEF is a rhombus and BFC is a
straight line.

Diagram 1
Calculate the perimeter of the entire diagram.
2

Diagram 2 shows two right-angled triangles PQR


and RST.

and PRS.

Diagram 2

Diagram 5

Find the length of ST.


3

In Diagram 3, ABCD is a rectangle and ADF is a


straight line.

Given that CD = 7.7 cm. Find the area of the shaded


region, correct to one decimal place.
6

Diagram 8
Given that RS = 13.2 cm. Find the area of the shaded
region, correct to one decimal place.

Diagram 6 shows two right-angled triangles ABC


and ACD.

Diagram 3
Diagram 6
Find the area of the whole figure.
4

Diagram 4 shows a square PQRS and a right-angled


triangle PST.

Find the perimeter of the whole diagram, correct to


one decimal place.
Diagram 7 shows two right-angled triangles ABC
and ACD.

Diagram 9

Diagram 4
Diagram 7

Given that the area of PQRS = 256 cm2 and the area
of STUV = 900 cm2. Find the perimeter of the whole
figure.

Find the area of the whole diagram.


5

In Diagram 9, PQRS and STUV are two squares.

Given that CD = 8 cm. Find the area of the shaded


region, correct to one decimal place.

Diagram 5 shows two right-angled triangles ABC


and ACD.
8

Diagram 8 shows two right-angled triangles PQR

10

In Diagram 10, ABCD and AEFG are rectangles.

Diagram 10
Given AB = 65 cm and HI = 25 cm. Calculate the
perimeter the shaded region.

CHAPTER7: GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTIONS


1

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.
Diagram 1 shows a triangle STU.

point U.

(b Based on the parallelogram constructed in (a),


) measure the distance between the point W and Y.
7
4

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.
Diagram 7 shows two straight lines PR and QR.

Diagram 4 shows a line segment AB.


Diagram 1
(a) Using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
construct the triangle STU with ST = 4.8 cm.
(b Based on the triangle constructed in (a), measure
) the distance between the point S and U.
2

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.

Diagram 4
By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
construct the angle ABC = 135.
5

Diagram 2 shows a line segment PQ.

Diagram 7
By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
construct a bisector of the angle PRQ.

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.
Diagram 5 shows a triangle XYZ.

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.
Diagram 8 shows a line segment XY.

Diagram 2
By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
construct the triangle PQR such that PQR = 30
and PR = 5 cm.

Diagram 8
(a) By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
(i) construct a triangle XYZ such that XZ = 8.7
cm and YZ = 7.1 cm,
(ii construct the perpendicular line to the side XZ
) which passes through the point Y.
(b Based on the construction in (a), measure the
) perpendicular distance from the point Y to the
side XZ.

Diagram 5
3

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.

(a) Using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,


construct the triangle XYZ with XY = 5.6 cm.
(b Based on the triangle constructed in (a), measure
) the distance between the point X and Z.

Diagram 3 shows a parallelogram WXYZ.

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.
In Diagram 6, U is a point on the line segment ST.

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for this


question.
Diagram 9 shows a triangle PQR.

Diagram 3
(a) Using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
construct the parallelogram WXYZ according to
the measurements given in Dragram 3, beginning
from the line WX.

Diagram 6
By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,
construct a perpendicular to ST passing through

On the graph,
(a) write the coordinates of point Y.
(b mark the point X(5, 1),
)
2

Diagram 2 shows a Cartesian plane.

Diagram 9
Diagram 4

(a) Using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,


construct the triangle PQR with PQ = 4 cm.
(b Based on the triangle constructed in (a), measure
) the distance between the point P and R.
10

(a) State the coordinates of point P.


(b Point Q is 4 units from the point P and its x) coordinate and y-coordinate are positive integers.
Mark the possible coordinates of point Q.

Set squares and protractors are not allowed for part


(a) of this question.

Diagram 2

Given point S(4, 4) and point T(3, 2). Calculate


the distance between S and T.

Given point P(2, 5) and point Q(8, 5). Calculate


the distance between P and Q.

Diagram 6 shows a Cartesian plane.

Diagram 10 shows a triangle STU.


(a) State the scale used for the
(i) x-axis
(ii y-axis
)
(b Mark the point S(2, 30).
)
Diagram 10

Diagram 3 shows a Cartesian plane.

(a) Using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,


construct the triangle STU with ST = 4.4 cm.
(b Based on the triangle constructed in (a), measure
) STU using a protractor.
Diagram 6

CHAPTER 8: COORDINATES
1
Diagram 1 shows a Cartesian plane.

(a) Plot the point Q(2, 1) on the diagram.


(b Calculate the distance between point P and point
) Q.

Diagram 3
(a) Using the scales of 1 : 1 on the x-axis and 3 : 4
on the y-axis, complete the Cartesian plane.
(b Mark the point M(1, 8) and N(5, 4).
)
Diagram 1

Diagram 4 shows a Cartesian plane.

Given that A(1, 4) and B(5, 6) are two points on a


Cartesian plane. Find the coordinates of the midpoint
of the straight line AB.

Given that X(4, 4) and Y(6, 4) are two points on a

Cartesian plane. Find the coordinates of the midpoint


of the straight line XY.
10

Diagram 9 shows a Cartesian plane.

Draw the locus of the point R such that its distance


from titik P = PQ.
3

Diagram 3 shows two straight lines PQ and RS.

Diagram 6

Diagram 3
Diagram 9
State the coordinates of the midpoint of the straight
line joining point S and T.

(a) X moves such that it is equidistant from sides PS


and QR. By using the letters in the diagram, state
the locus of X.
(b On the diagram, draw
)
(i) the locus of Y such that its distance from
straight line UW is 1 units,
(iI the locus of Z such that its distance from
) point P is 6 units.
(c) Mark the points of intersection of the locus Y and
the locus Z with the symbol .

Draw the locus of the point T such that it is


equidistant from straight lines PQ and RS.
4

Diagram 4 shows a straight line AB.

CHAPTER 9: LOCI IN TWO DIMENSIONS


1
Diagram 1 shows a straight line AB.

Diagram 4
Draw the locus of the point C such that it is
equidistant from A and B.

Diagram 1
Draw the locus of the point C that is always 1 cm
from the line AB.
2

In Diagram 6, PQRS is a square drawn on square


grids with side of 1 unit. X, Y and Z are three moving
points inside the square PQRS.

In Diagram 7, PQRS is a square drawn on square


grids with side of 1 unit. T, U and V are three
moving points inside the square PQRS.

Diagram 5 shows a straight line AB.

Diagram 2 shows a straight line PQ.

Diagram 7
Diagram 5
Diagram 2

Draw the locus of the point C such that its distance


from titik A = AB.

(a) T moves such that it is equidistant from sides PQ


and PS. By using the letters in the diagram, state
the locus of T.
(b On the diagram, draw
)

(i) the locus of U such that it is at a distance of 4


units from PQ,
(iI the locus of V such that its distance from
) point P is 5 units.
(c) Mark the point of intersection of the locus U and
the locus V with the symbol .
8

(a) X moves such that it is equidistant from the


straight lines KN and LM. By using the letters in
the diagram, state the locus of X.
(b On the diagram, draw
)
(i) the locus of Y such that KY = KL,
(iI the locus of Z such that KZ = NZ.
)
(c) Mark the point of intersection of the locus Y and
the locus Z with the symbol .

In Diagram 8, ABCD is a square drawn on square


grids with side of 1 unit. F, G and H are three
moving points inside the square ABCD.

10

In Diagram 10, ABCD is a square drawn on square


grids with side of 1 unit. H, I and J are three moving
points inside the square ABCD.

Diagram 1
Determine the centre and radius of the circle. Label
centre as O and the radius as OR.
2

The wheel of a trolley has a radius of 5 cm.


Calculate the distance travelled if the wheel makes
42 revolutions. (Use = )

A piece of copper wire with 660 cm length is cut and


bent into 3 circles of equal size. Calculate the
diameter of each circle. (Use = )

Diagram 2 shows a rectangle and two semicircles


that touch each other.

Diagram 8
(a) F moves such that it is equidistant from sides AB
and AD. By using the letters in the diagram, state
the locus of F.
(b On the diagram, draw
)
(i) the locus of G such that its distance from
point E is 4 units,
(iI the locus of H such that its distance from
) straight line AB is 3 units.
(c) Mark the points of intersection of the locus G
and the locus H with the symbol .
9

Diagram 10
(a) H moves such that its distance from side AB is 4
units. By using the letters in the diagram, state
the locus of H.
(b On the diagram, draw
)
(i) the locus of I such that its distance from point
E is 4 units,
(iI the locus of J such that it is equidistant from
) sides AB and BC.
(c) Mark the points of intersection of the locus I and
the locus J with the symbol .

In Diagram 9, KPTS, PLQT, STRN and TQMR are


four squares of the same size. X, Y and Z are three
moving points inside the square KLMN.

CHAPTER 10: CIRCLES I


1

Diagram 9

Diagram 1 shows a circle.

Diagram 2
Find the perimeter of the shaded region. (Use = )
5

Diagram 3 shows two circles with common centre O.

Diagram 3

Diagram 6

Given that OA = 28 cm. Find the perimeter of the


shaded region. (Use = )

Find the area of the shaded region. (Use = )


9

Diagram 1
Triangle B is the image of triangle A under a
translation . Describe the translation .

Diagram 7 shows a circle with centre O.

In Diagram 4, ABC and DEF are arcs of circles with


a common centre O.

Diagram 2 shows a figure X drawn on square grids.

Diagram 7
Given that the radius of the circle = 90 cm and the
area of the shaded region = 20 790 cm2. Find the
value of c. (Use = )

Diagram 4
Find the perimeter of the diagram. (Use = )
7

10

In Diagram 5, ABCD is a rectangle. Four semicircles


of equal size are stuck on the rectangle.

Diagram 2

In Diagram 8, PQ and RS are arcs of two circles with


a common centre O.

Draw the image of the figure X under a translation .


3

Diagram 3 shows a figure PQR drawn on a Cartesian


plane.

Diagram 8
Given that OS = 60 cm and SQ = 20 cm. Find the
area of the shaded region. (Use = )

Diagram 5
Given the radius of each circle = 14 cm. Find the
area of the shaded region. (Use = )
8

In Diagram 6, PQRS is a rectangle. PUS is a


semicircle while QRT is a quadrant of a circle.

Diagram 3

CHAPTER 11: TRANSFORMATION 1


1

Draw the image of the figure PQR under a


translation .

Diagram 1 shows two triangles drawn on a Cartesian


plane.
4

Diagram 4 shows a figure drawn on a Cartesian


plane.

Diagram 4
On the graph, draw the image of the shaded figure
under a reflection in the x-axis.
5

Diagram 5 shows a Cartesian plane.

Diagram 6

Diagram 8

State the coordinates of the image of point A under a


rotation of 90 anticlockwise about the point P(1,
2).

State the coordinates of the image of point B under a


rotation of 90 clockwise about the point D(0, 1).
9

Diagram 9 shows a Cartesian plane.

In Diagram 7, W'X'Y'Z' is the image of WXYZ under


a rotation through 90 clockwise.

Diagram 5
State the coordinates of the image of point P under a
rotation of 90 clockwise about the point M(0, 1).
6

Diagram 9

Diagram 6 shows a Cartesian plane.

Diagram 7

State the coordinates of the image of point M under a


rotation of 90 clockwise about the point P(0, 1).

On the diagram, label the centre P.


10
8

Diagram 8 shows a Cartesian plane.

Diagram 10 shows a Cartesian plane.

Diagram 2

Diagram 4

Draw the net of the prism on the below square grids.

Complete the net of the pyramid.

Diagram 10
State the coordinates of the image of point D under a
rotation of 90 clockwise about the point H(2, 0).
CHAPTER 12: SOLID GEOMETRY II
1
Diagram 1 shows a geometric solid.

Diagram 1
(a) Name the geometric solid.
(b Name the base and the vertex of the solid.
)
(c) Name all the faces of the lateral edges of the
solid.
2

Diagram 3 shows a right prism.

Diagram 5 shows a pyramid with square base.

Diagram 2 shows a right prism.


Diagram 3

Draw two nets for the right prism.

Diagram 5

Diagram 4 shows a pyramid with square base.

Complete the net of the pyramid.

Diagram 7
Given that the total surface area of the cylinder is
2 904 cm2.
Find the height, in cm, of the cylinder. (Use = )
8

Diagram 8 shows a cuboid.

Diagram 10
Find the total surface of the solid, in cm2.
CHAPTER 13: STATISTICS
Diagram 8
6

Diagram 6 shows a right pyramid.

An international flight carries a total of 172


passengers. Only 25% of the passengers are
Malaysian. The others are 40 Singaporeans, 12
Indonesian, 13 Thai and 40 Japanese while the
remainder are Americans. Present the data
systematically in a table form.

Table 1 shows the scores obtained by a group of 25


participants in a competition.
Score Number of participants
0
6
1
6
2
5
3
y
4
x
Table 1

Given that the area of WXYZ is 119 cm2. Find the


total surface area, in cm2, of the cuboid.
9

Diagram 9 shows a right prism.

Diagram 6
Diagram 9

Given that the total surface area of the pyramid is


3 200 cm2.
Find the height, in cm, of the pyramid.
7

Diagram 7 shows a cylinder.

Given that the total surface area of the prism is 2 352


cm2, find the value of m, in cm.
10

Find
(a) the value of x, if it represents
24% of the participants in the
competition.
(b) the value of y.

Diagram 10 shows a composite solid consisting of a


cone and a hemisphere.

Diagram 1 is a line graph showing the daily sales of


food at four stalls W, X, Y and Z.

The information for Munif is shown fully in the


pictogram in the Diagram 3.

If the total number of titles of books published by all


the three companies is 520, then calculate the
number of symbols
space z.
8

Diagram 1

Diagram 2 is an incomplete pictogram showing the


number of titles of books published by three
companies, x, y and z.

Complete the pictogram to represent all the


information given.
6

If the total number of titles of books published by all


the three companies is 735, then calculate the

Table 3 shows three favourite novels read by a group


of 62 teenagers.
Novel Number of teenagers
P
12
Q
24
R
n
Table 3
(a) Find the value of n.
(b) By using the value of n obtained
in (a), draw a bar chart to
represent the data given in a
square grids.

Diagram 2

number of symbols
space z.

Diagram 5 is an incomplete pictogram showing the


number of titles of books published by three
companies, s, t and u.

Diagram 3

Find the difference between the highest sale and


lowest sale.
4

which must be drawn in the

which must be drawn in the

Table 2 shows the number of cellphones sold by


three distributors.
Number of
Distributor
cellphones
Zaini
40
Munif
60
Chee Meng 80
Table 2

Diagram 5
If the total number of titles of books published by all
the three companies is 400, then calculate the
number of symbols
space u.
9

which must be drawn in the

Diagram 6 is a line graph showing Lih Peng's


monthly telephone bills in six months.

Diagram 4 is an incomplete pictogram showing the


number of titles of books published by three
companies, x, y and z.

Diagram 6

Diagram 4

If Lih Peng's telephone bill for November is 20%


more than that of October, calculate his telephone bil
for November.

10

Diagram 7 is an incomplete bar chart showing the


daily expenses of Seng Huat for five days in a week.
The total expenses in five days of the week is
RM6.00.

ANSWER:
CHAPTER1
1
60 (3)
= (60 3)
= 20
2

(12) + (17) 4
= 12 + (68)
= 12 68
= 80

(17) + 28 15
= 11 15
= 4

3 18 (6)
= 54 (6)
= 9

=
=

= +2
=
=
=1

(2.56) 3.2 (1.6)


= 0.8 (1.6)
= 0.5

5 +
= 5 4
=
=
= 9

Diagram 7
Complete the bar chart.

10

14
= 14
= 14
= 14 3.644
= 51.016
6.3 9.3
= 6.3 9.3 + 2
= 58.59 + 2
= 58.59 + 2.625
= 61.215

(b)

=
=
6

CHAPTER2
1
2.42 + (4.6)2
= +
= 5.76 + 21.16
= 26.92
8
2

(2)
=
=4
=4
=
=
= 1.44
2

(a) 62
=66
= 36
(b) 2
=
=
(a) 32
=33
=9
(b) 2
=
=

0.262
=2
= 2.62 102
= 6.8 100
= 0.068
2
=
=
=
=
=1

(a) 92
=99
= 81

(t)2
= (1(4))2
= (4)2
= 16
= 16

(t)3
= (1(2))3
= (2)3
= +8
=8

Volume of a cube
= 125 cm2

4
=
=
= 28
5

(2q)3
= (2(1))3
= (2)3
= +8
=5

3p(8q 5)3
= 3()(8(1) 5)3
= 2(8 5)3
= 2(13)3
= 2 2 197
= 4 394

(2q)2
= (2(1))2
= (2)2
= 4
=4

+6
= +6
= +6
= +
=

The length of side of a cube


= 5 cm
Total surface area of a cube
= 6 (5 cm 5 cm)
= 6 25 cm2
= 150 cm2
9

10

(a) 62
=666
= 216
(b) 3
=
=

=
= 0.4 0.8
= 0.32

CHAPTER3
5

3s2t2u = 3u s2t2
The coefficient of s2t2 = 3u

10

(a) s + (10s)(1 + 5t) + 3st


= s + (10s 50st) + 3st
= s 10s 50st + 3st
= 9s 47st
(b)
= 5p2 pq
RM10 (7 RMs + 6 RMt)
= RM10 (RM7s + RM6t)
= RM(10 7s 6t)

CHAPTER4
1
3p 2 = 2p + 7
3p 2p = 7 + 2
p=9
2

=4
8y + 9 = 12
8y = 12 9
8y = 3
y=
17h 98 = 3h
17h 3h = 98
14h = 98
h=7
3(2p + 2) + 3p 27 = 2p
6p + 6 + 3p 27 = 2p
6p + 3p 2p = 21
7p = 21
p=3

8a 4 = 9a + 9
8a 9a = 9 + 4
a = 13
a = 13

(a)

3x = 6x 6
6x 3x = 6
3x = 6

(b)

x=
x=2
8y =
16y = 1 8y
16y + 8y = 1
24y = 1
y=

6q 5 = 9q + 5
6q 9q = 5 + 5
3q = 10
q=

8q 5 = 3q + 5
8q 3q = 5 + 5
5q = 10
q=
q=2

10

9b 3 = 5b + 9
9b 5b = 9 + 3
4b = 12
b=
b=3
7c 2 = 9c + 3
7c 9c = 3 + 2
2c = 5
c=

CHAPTER5
1
male : female
= 70 : 30
=7:3
2

s : t = 0.6 : 1 200
= 600 : 1 200
=1:2

7 : 5 = 63 : y
=
y = 63
= 45

m:n=4:7
m : 21 = 4 : 7
=
m = 21
= 12

S:T=6:5
174 : T = 6 : 5
=
T = 174
= 145

x:y=6:7
=62:72
= 12 : 14
y:z=2:7
=27:77
= 14 : 49
x : y : z = 12 : 14 : 49

::
= 18 : 18 : 18
= 15 : 8 : 9

Assume a : b : c = 4 : 3 : 1
ac:a+b+c=41:4+3+1
a c : 264 = 3 : 8
=
a c = 264
= 99

Assume a : b : c = 1 : 6 : 3
a:a+b+c=1:1+6+3
22 : a + b + c = 1 : 10
=
a + b + c = 22
= 220

10

::
= 84 : 84 : 84
= 12 : 21 : 28

CHAPTER6
1
BC =
=
= 10 cm
Perimeter
= CA + AB + BD + DE + EF + FC
= 6 + 8 + 5 + 5 + 5 + (10 5)
=6+8+5+5+5+5
= 34 cm
2

QR =
=
= 15 cm
RS = 15 2
= 13 cm
ST =
=
= 5 cm
BC =
=
= 13 cm
DF =
=
= 7 cm
Area = 24 13 + (5)(12) + (24)(7)
= 312 + 30 + 84
= 426 cm2
PT =
=
= 15 cm
Area = 39 39 + (15)(36)
= 1 521 + 270
= 1 791 cm2
AB =
=
= 15 cm
AD =
=
= 2.2 cm
Area = (8)(15) (2.2)(7.7)
= 60 8.5
= 51.5 cm2

AC =
=
= 25 cm
BC =
=
= 51.5 cm
Perimeter
= AB + BC + CD + DA
= 45 + 51.5 + 7 + 24
= 127.5 cm

AB =
=
= 24 cm
AD =
=
= 6 cm
Area = (10)(24) (6)(8)
= 120 24
= 96 cm2

PQ =
=
= 36 cm
PS =
=
= 7.1 cm
Area = (15)(36) (7.1)(13.2)
= 270 46.9
= 223.1 cm2

10

PS =
= 16 cm
SV =
= 30 cm
PV =
=
= 34 cm
Perimeter
= PQ + QR + RT + TU + UV +VP
= 16 + 16 + 34 + 30 + 30 + 34
= 160 cm
CH =
=
= 7 cm

Perimeter
= EB + BH + HI + ID + DG + GF + FE
= 25 + (18 7) + 25 + (65 24) + (18 9) + (65
25) + 9
= 25 + 11 + 25 + 41 + 9 + 40 + 9
= 160 cm

CHAPTER7
Answer:
1

(a)
(b) 8.3 cm
2

(a)
(b) 12.3 cm

4
9

5
(b)
(a)
(b) 7 cm

10

(a)
(b) 9.7 cm
6
(a)
(b) 27

(a) (2, 1)

CHAPTER8
1
(a) (3, 4)
7

(b)
(b)

8
2

(a)
(b) 9.2 cm

(a)(i) 2 : 2
(ii) 1 : 5

ST2 = 72 + 62
= 49 + 36

= 85
ST =
= 9.22
The distance between S and T is 9.22 units.
6

PQ = 8 (-2)
= 10
The distance between P and Q is 10 units.

XY = 4 (-6) = 10
XZ = ZY = 5
The coordinates of the midpoint of XY are (1, 4).

10

(a)
(b) PQ2 = 32 + 52
= 9 + 25
= 34
PQ =
= 5.83
The distance between P and Q is 5.83 units.

The coordinates of the midpoint of ST are (2, 2).


CHAPTER 9
1

The coordinates of the midpoint of AB are (2, 1).

(a) TV
(b) & (c)

(a) PR
(b) & (c)

CHAPTER10
1

10

(a) AC
(b) & (c)

c=
= 220 cm
2r = 220
r=
=
= 35 cm
d = 35 2
= 70 cm

r = 56 4
= 14 cm
Perimeter = 56 + 50 2 + 2r
= 56 + 100 + 2()(14)
= 156 +
= 244 cm

(a) PR
(b) & (c)

(a) FG
(b) & (c)

d = 2r 42
= 2()(5) 42
= 42
= 1 320 cm

Perimeter = 2r + 2()
= 2()(28) + 2()()
= 176 + 88
= 264 cm

Perimeter = 30 2 + 2()(30 2)() + 2()(30)()


= 60 + 176 + 100.57
= 336.57 cm

Area = (14 2)(14 4) 2()(14)2


= 1568 1 232
= 336 cm2

Area = 28 (2 28)

= 1568 308 616


= 644 cm2
9

r2 = 20 790
c = 360 20 790 360
= 360 294
= 66

10

Area = (60 + 20)2 (60)2


= ()(80)2 ()(60)2
= 3 520 1 980
= 1 540 cm2

CHAPTER 11
1
The translation is .
2

10

5
Coordinates of point D' is (5, 0).
8

CHAPTER 12
1
(a) A pyramid.
(b PQRS is the base and T is the vertex.
)
(c) The lateral edges of the solid are PT, QT, RT and
ST.
2

Coordinates of point P' is (1, 2).


6
Coordinates of point B' is (2, 2).
9

Coordinates of point A' is (1, 2).

Coordinates of point M' is (1, 3).

= 2 904
= 2 (14)2 + 2h
= 2()(196) + 2()(14)(h)
= 1 232 + 88h
h=
=
= 19 cm
8

WXYZ = 119 cm2


XY 17 = 119
XY =
= 7 cm
Total surface area
= 2 17 7 + 2 17 9 + 2 7 9
= 238 + 306 +126
= 670 cm2

PR2 = 142 + 482


PR =
=
= 50 cm
2 352 = 2( 14 48) + 14 m + 48 m + 50 m
= 672 + 112m
112m = 2 352 - 672
m=
= 15 cm

10

r=
= 14 cm
Total surface area
= 2r2 + rl
= 2()(14)2 + ()(14)(20)
= 1 232 + 880
= 2 112 cm2

Total surface area


= 3 200
= 32 32 + 4()(32)(c)
= 1024 + 64c
c=
=
= 34
a=
= 16
h=
=
=
=
= 30
7

r=
= 14 cm
Total surface area

CHAPTER 13
1
Number of Malaysian
= 172
= 43
Number of American
= 172 (43 + 40 + 12 + 13 + 40)
= 172 148
= 24
Nationality
Number of

Malaysian
Singaporean
Indonesian
Thai
Japanese
American
2

passengers
43
40
12
13
40
24

(a) 100% = 24%


x=
x=6
(b) 6 + 6 + 5 + y + 6 = 25
y + 23 = 25
y=2

RM350 RM100
= RM250

(7 + 6 + z) 35 = 735
z + 13 = 21
z=8

z + 11 = 13
z=2

( 12 + 24 + n = 62
a 36 + n = 62
) n = 26
(
b
)

(7 + 4 + z) 40 = 520

(5 + 3 + u) 25 = 400
u + 8 = 16
u=8

RM75 +
= RM75 + RM15
= RM90

10

n + 110 + 110 + 150 + 140 = 600


n + 510 = 600
n = 90