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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 .

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

find the total surface area, in cm2, of one cube.

Find the value of

(a) 63

(b) 3

Calculate the value of .

1

State the coefficient of s2t2 in the algebraic term

3s2t2u.

3

4

5

6

7

10

(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.

1

Given that 3p 2 = 2p + 7, find the value of p.

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

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.

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

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.

1

In Diagram 1, BDEF is a rhombus and BFC is a

straight line.

Diagram 1

Calculate the perimeter of the entire diagram.

2

and RST.

and PRS.

Diagram 2

Diagram 5

3

straight line.

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.

and ACD.

Diagram 3

Diagram 6

Find the area of the whole figure.

4

triangle PST.

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.

5

region, correct to one decimal place.

and ACD.

8

10

Diagram 10

Given AB = 65 cm and HI = 25 cm. Calculate the

perimeter the shaded region.

1

question.

Diagram 1 shows a triangle STU.

point U.

) measure the distance between the point W and Y.

7

4

question.

question.

Diagram 7 shows two straight lines PR and QR.

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

question.

Diagram 4

By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,

construct the angle ABC = 135.

5

Diagram 7

By using only a ruler and a pair of compasses,

construct a bisector of the angle PRQ.

question.

Diagram 5 shows a triangle XYZ.

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

question.

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.

question.

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

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 9

Diagram 4

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

(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.

(a) of this question.

Diagram 2

the distance between S and T.

the distance between P and Q.

(a) State the scale used for the

(i) x-axis

(ii y-axis

)

(b Mark the point S(2, 30).

)

Diagram 10

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.

(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

Cartesian plane. Find the coordinates of the midpoint

of the straight line AB.

of the straight line XY.

10

from titik P = PQ.

3

Diagram 6

Diagram 3

Diagram 9

State the coordinates of the midpoint of the straight

line joining point S and T.

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 .

equidistant from straight lines PQ and RS.

4

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

grids with side of 1 unit. X, Y and Z are three moving

points inside the square PQRS.

grids with side of 1 unit. T, U and V are three

moving points inside the square PQRS.

Diagram 7

Diagram 5

Diagram 2

from titik A = AB.

and PS. By using the letters in the diagram, state

the locus of T.

(b On the diagram, draw

)

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

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 .

grids with side of 1 unit. F, G and H are three

moving points inside the square ABCD.

10

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

Calculate the distance travelled if the wheel makes

42 revolutions. (Use = )

bent into 3 circles of equal size. Calculate the

diameter of each circle. (Use = )

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 .

four squares of the same size. X, Y and Z are three

moving points inside the square KLMN.

1

Diagram 9

Diagram 2

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

5

Diagram 3

Diagram 6

shaded region. (Use = )

9

Diagram 1

Triangle B is the image of triangle A under a

translation . Describe the translation .

a common centre O.

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

of equal size are stuck on the rectangle.

Diagram 2

a common centre O.

3

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

semicircle while QRT is a quadrant of a circle.

Diagram 3

1

translation .

plane.

4

plane.

Diagram 4

On the graph, draw the image of the shaded figure

under a reflection in the x-axis.

5

Diagram 6

Diagram 8

rotation of 90 anticlockwise about the point P(1,

2).

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

9

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 7

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

10

8

Diagram 2

Diagram 4

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

Diagram 5

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 10

Find the total surface of the solid, in cm2.

CHAPTER 13: STATISTICS

Diagram 8

6

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.

participants in a competition.

Score Number of participants

0

6

1

6

2

5

3

y

4

x

Table 1

total surface area, in cm2, of the cuboid.

9

Diagram 6

Diagram 9

3 200 cm2.

Find the height, in cm, of the pyramid.

7

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.

cone and a hemisphere.

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

pictogram in the Diagram 3.

the three companies is 520, then calculate the

number of symbols

space z.

8

Diagram 1

number of titles of books published by three

companies, x, y and z.

information given.

6

the three companies is 735, then calculate the

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.

number of titles of books published by three

companies, s, t and u.

Diagram 3

lowest sale.

4

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

monthly telephone bills in six months.

number of titles of books published by three

companies, x, y and z.

Diagram 6

Diagram 4

more than that of October, calculate his telephone bil

for November.

10

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

= 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

= +

=

= 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

= 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.

CHAPTER 9

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

= 60 + 176 + 100.57

= 336.57 cm

= 1568 1 232

= 336 cm2

Area = 28 (2 28)

= 644 cm2

9

r2 = 20 790

c = 360 20 790 360

= 360 294

= 66

10

= ()(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

6

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

9

= 2 904

= 2 (14)2 + 2h

= 2()(196) + 2()(14)(h)

= 1 232 + 88h

h=

=

= 19 cm

8

XY 17 = 119

XY =

= 7 cm

Total surface area

= 2 17 7 + 2 17 9 + 2 7 9

= 238 + 306 +126

= 670 cm2

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

= 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

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 + 510 = 600

n = 90

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