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SPM MATEHMATICS 2010 PAPER 2

SECTION A

1. The Venn diagram in the answer space shows sets X, Y and Z such that the

universal set = X Y Z. On the diagram in the answer space, shade the set

 (a) Y  Z (b) (X  Z)  Y

(a) (b) 2. Diagram 2 in the answer space shows a right prism. The base ABCD is a horizontal rectangle. Trapezium ABGF is the uniform cross-section of the prism. (a) On Diagram 2, mark the angle between the plane BCHG and the base ABCD. (b) Hence, calculate the angle between the plane BCHG and the base ABCD.

3. Solve the following quadratic equation:

5x 2 + 4x = 3(2 – x)

4. Calculate the value of x and of y that satisfy the following simultaneous equations 2x – y = 4 x + 3y = 5

5. Diagram 5 shows the remaining solid after a cylinder is removed from a cube. The diameter of the cylinder is 7 cm and the height of the cylinder is 10 cm. Using = 22 , calculate the volume, in

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 cm 3 , of the remaining solid. 6. For each of the following statements, determine whether the statement is true or false. (a) (i) 2 is an odd number. (ii) 3 is a negative number or 5 is an even number. (b) Write down two implications based on the following compound stamtement: “x 3 = 125 if and only if x = 5”. (c) Write down Premise 2 to complete the following argument: Premise 1: If x = 2, then 4x – 1 = 7. Premise 2: …………………………. Conclusion: x ≠ 2. 7. Diagram 7, O is the origin. Straight line In

JK is parallel to straight line OP.   Find

 (a) the equation of the straight line JK, (b) the x-intercept of the straight line JK.

8. Diagram 8.1 shows a disc which is divided into four equal sections. A, B, C and D. The disc is fixed on the wall. A pointer is fixed at the centre of the disc. The pointer is spinned twice. After each spin, the sector in which the pointer stops is recorded. (Assume that the pointer will stop at any one of the sectors.) Diagram 8.1 (a)
Diagram 8.2 shows the incomplete
possible outcomes of the event.
Complete the possible outcomes in
Diagram 8.2
Diagram 8.2
(b)
Using the complete possible outcomes
in 8(a), find the probability that
 (i) the pointer stops at the same sector twice. (ii) the pointer stops at sector C at least once.

9. Diagram 9 shows quadrant OPQ and sector ORS, with common centre O. OQR is a straight line. Use = 22

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to two decimal places. Calculate

 (a) the perimeter, in cm, of the whole diagram, (b) the area, in cm 2 , of the whole diagram. 10. Diagram 10 shows the speed-time graph for the movement of two particles, P and Q for a period of 25 s and t s respectively. The graph ABC represents the movement of particle P. The graph DE represents the movement of particle Q. (a) (i) State the uniform speed, in m s -1 , of particle P. (ii) Calculate the rate of change of

speed, in m s -2 , of particle for the last 10 s.

(b) It is given that the distance travelled

by particle Q is equal to the distance travelled by particle P. Calculate the value of t.  11. The inverse matrix of

k

5

2

1

m

.

4

2

1

5

is

(a)

(b)

Find the value of m and of k.

Write the following simultaneous equations as matrix equation. 4x – y = 7 2x + 5y = 2 Hence, using matrix method, calculate the value of x and of y.

SECTION B

12. Complete Table 12 in the table below for the equation y = 8 – 3x – 2x 2 by writing down the values of y when x = 4 and x = 1.

(a)

 x 5 4 3.5 2 1 0 1 2 3 y 27 6 6 9 8 6 19
 (b) By using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x-axis and 2 cm to 5 units on the y- axis, draw the graph of y = 8 – 3x – 2x 2 for 5 ≤ x ≤ 3 and 27 ≤ y ≤ 9. (c) From the graph in 12(b), find (i) the value of y when x = 2.4, (ii) the positive value of x when y = 11. (d) Draw a suitable straight line on the graph in 12(b) to find the values of x which satisfy the equation 5 – 8x – 2x 2 = 0 for 5 ≤ x ≤ 3 and 27 ≤ y ≤ 9. State these values of x. 13. (a) Diagram 13.1 shows points J and K drawn on a Cartesian plane. Transformation T is a translation

 

1

3

Transformation R is an anticlockwise

rotation of 90 o about the centre K. State the coordinates of the image of

point J under the following transformations:

(i)

(ii)

T 2

TR

(b) Diagram 13.2 shows two hexagons, ABCDEF and PQRATS drawn on square grids. (i) PQRATS is the image of ABCDEF under the combined transformation VU. Describe in full the transformation: (a) U (b) V (ii) It is given that ABCDEF represents a region of area 45 m 2 .

Calculate the area, in m 2 , of the region represented by the shaded region.  14. Table 14.1 shows the frequency distribution of the ages of 88 workers in a factory.

 Age (years) Frequency 26 – 30 3 31 – 35 9 36 – 40 27 41 – 45 31 46 – 50 11 51 – 55 5 56 – 60 2
 (a) Calculate the estimated mean of the ages of a workder. (b) Based on Table 14.1, complete Table 14.2 below by writing down the values of the upper boundary and the cumulative frequency. Upper Cumulative Boundary Frequency 25.5 0 60.5 88 (c) By using a scale of 2 cm to 5 years on the horizontal axis and 2 cm to 10 workers on the vertical axis, draw an ogive for the data. (d) The factory plans to organize a motivational camp for the workers whose age are above 47 years old. Using the ogive in 14(c), find the number of workers who will attend the motivational camp. 15. Diagram 15.1 shows a solid cuboid with square base ABCD on a horizontal plane. (a) Draw to full scale, the elevation of the solid on a vertical plane parallel to AB as viewed from X.

(b) Another solid right prism with rectangular base KLMA and trapezium PLMN as its uniform cross-section is

joined to the cuboid in Diagram 15.1 at the vertical plane ABGF. The composite solid is as shown in Diagram 15.2. The base KLMBCDA lies on a horizontal plane. MN is a vertical edge. Rectangle JKLP is an inclined plane and rectangle JPNQ is a horizontal plane. Draw to full scale,

 (i) the elevation of the composite solid on a vertical plane parallel to LM as viewed from Y. (ii) the plan of the composite solid.  16. P(40 o S, 50 o W), Q(40 o S, 30 o E), R and V are four points on the surface of the earth. PR is the diameter of the earth.

 (a) State the longitude of R. (b) Calculate the distance, in nautical miles, from P due east to Q measured along the common parallel of latitude of 40 o S. (c) V lies due north of P and the shortest distance from P to V measured along the surface of the earth is 1 500 nautical miles. Calculate the latitude of V. (d) An aeroplane took off from Q and flew due west to P along the common parallel of latitude and then flew due north to V. The average speed for the whole flight was 500 knots. Calculate the total time, in hours, taken for the whole flight.  