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# Form 5

HKCEE 1993
Mathematics II
93 If f(x) = 102x, then f(4y) = D. b + 2 ab − a
1.
a−b
A. 104y .
E. a+b
B. 102 + 4y . a−b
C. 108y .
D. 40y . 93 If 3x2 + ax − 5 ≡ (bx − 1)(2 − x) − 3,
E. 402y . 5. then

93 n A. a = −5, b = −3 .
2. If s = [2a + (n − 1)d], then d =
2 B. a = −5, b = 3 .
C. a = −3, b = −5 .
A. 2( s − an) D. a = 5, b = −3 .
.
n(n − 1) E. a = 3, b = 5 .
B. 2( s − an)
. 93 y
(n − 1)
6.
C. s 5
.
n(n − 1) D
4
D. as − n C
. 3
a (n − 1)
E. 4( s − an) B
2
.
n(n − 1)
1
93 A
Simplify (x2 − 3 x + 1)(x2 + 3 x + 1). x
3. O 1 2 3 4 5
3 x +2 y =0
A. x4 + 1
B. x4 − x2 + 1 Find the greatest value of 3x + 2y if
C. x4 + x2 + 1 (x, y) is a point lying in the region
D. x4 − 3x2 − 2 3 x − 1 OABCD (including the boundary).
E. x4 + 3x3 − 2 3 x2 + 3 x − 1
A. 15
93 B. 13
a a C. 12
4. + .
a− b a+ b D. 9
E. 8
A. 1
a− b
B. a + 2 ab − b
a−b
C. b+ a
2 a

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93 y A. 13 .
7. 2 B. 26 .
y = ax + bx
C. 33 .
D. 39 .
E. 65 .

## x 93 Find the H.C.F. and L.C.M. of ab2c and

-1 0 1 2 3 4 11. abc3

H.C.F. L.C.M.
y = cx + d 2 3 4
A. a abc
B. abc ab2c3
The diagram shows the graphs of C. abc a2b3c4
y = ax2 + bx and y = cx + d. The D. ab2c3 abc
solutions of the equation E. a2b3c4 abc
ax2 + bx = cx + d are
93 If α and β are the roots of the quadratic
A. −1, 1 12. equation x2 − 3x − 1 = 0, find the value
B. −1, 2
1 1
C. 0, 1 of + .
D. 0, 3 α β
E. 1, 3
A. −3
93 If log(p + q) = log p + log q, then B. −1
8. C. 1

3
A. p=q=1.
D. 2
B. q
p= . 3
q −1
E. 3
C. q
p= .
q +1 93 If the simultaneous equations
D. q +1 13.  y = x2 − k
p= .  have only one solution,
q  y=x
E. q −1 find k.
p= .
q
A. −1
93 B. 1
The expression x2 −2x + k is divisible by −
9. (x + 1). Find the remainder when it is 4
divided by (x + 3). C. −4
D. 1
A. 1 4
B. 4 E. 1
C. 12
D. 16 93
E. 18 r
14.
h
93 If 3, a, b, c, 23 are in A.P., then
10. a+b+c=

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In the figure, the base of the conical
The price of a cylindrical cake of radius vessel is inscribed in the bottom of the
r and height h varies directly as the cubical box. If the box and the conical
volume. If r = 5 cm and h = 4 cm, the vessel have the same capacity, find h : r.
price is \$30. Find the price when r = 4
cm and h = 6 cm. A. 24 : π
B. 3:1
A. \$25 C. 6:π
B. \$28.80 D. 3:π
C. \$31.50
D. \$36
E. 8 : 3π
E. \$54
93
93 17.
15. h
r

The figure shows a solid consisting of a
1.5 cm cylinder of height h and a hemisphere of
radius r. The area of the curved surface
Find the perimeter of the sector in the of the cylinder is twice that of the
figure. hemisphere. Find the ratio
volume of cylinder : volume of hemisphere
A. 2.25 cm
A. 1:3
B. 3 cm
B. 2:3
C. π  C. 3:4
 + 3  cm
 60  D. 3:2
D. 4.5 cm E. 3:1
E. 6 cm
93 A merchant marks his goods 25%
93 18. above the cost. He allows 10 %
16. discount on the marked price for a cash
sale. Find the percentage profit the
merchant makes for a cash sale.

A. 12.5%
h B. 15%
C. 22.5%
D. 35%
E. 37.5%
r
93 cosθ 1 − cos 2 θ
19. ⋅ =
1 − sin 2 θ sin θ

A. sin θ
B. cos θ

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C. tan θ 93 A
D. 1 23.
sin θ
E. 1
cosθ B

## 93 cos4θ − sin4θ + 2 sin2θ =

20. θ
C
A. 0 P
B. 1
C. (1 − sin2θ)2 In the figure, AB = BC, BP = CP and
D. (1 − cos2θ)2 BP ⊥ CP. Find tan θ.
E. (cos2θ − sin2θ)2
A. 1
93 B 4
21. B. 1
3
x C. 1
8 2
D. 1
C A 3
5
E. 3
4 2
In the figure, cosA = − . Find a.
5
93 C
24.
A. 153 15
o

D 2x-
B. 137
C. 89 4x+ 5o
D. 41 o
E. 2 x - 10
25 A B

93 The largest value of 3sin2θ + 2cos2θ − 1 In the figure, points A, B, C and D are
22. is concyclic. Find x.

A. 1. A. 20o
B. 3 B. 22.5o
. C. 25o
2
C. 2. D. 27.5o
D. 3. E. 30o
E. 4.

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93 A E
25. I. ∆ABP
II. ∆ABQ
o
III. ∆ABR
72
38 o θ
B D A. I only
C B. II only
C. III only
In the figure, BA // DE and AC = AD. D. I and II only
Find θ. E. II and III only

## A. 34o 93 A circle of radius 1 touches both the

B. 54o 29. positive x-axis and the positive y-axis.
C. 70o Which of the following is/are true?
D. 72o
E. 76o I. Its centre is in the first quadrant.
II. Its centre lies on the line x − y = 0.
93 D C III. Its centre lies on the line x + y = 1.
26.
A. I only
B. II only
o
A 20 B C. III only
D. I and II only
E. I and III only

## 93 What is the area of the circle

30. x2 + y2 − 10x + 6y − 2 = 0?
In the figure, AB is a diameter. Find ∠
B. 34π
A. 100o C. 36π
B. 110o D. 134π
C. 120o
D. 135o
E. 138π
E. 140o
93 Two fair dice are thrown. What is the
93 If the points (1, 1), (3, 2) and (7, k) are 31. probability of getting a total of 5 or 10?
27. on the same straight line, then k =
A. 1
A. 3. 9
B. 4. B. 5
C. 6. 36
D. 7. C. 1
E. 10 .
6
93 A(0, 0), B(5, 0) and C(2, 6) are the D. 7
28. vertices of a triangle. P(9, 5), Q(6, 6) 36
and R(2, −9) are three points. Which of E. 2
the following triangles has/have area(s) 9
greater than the area of ∆ABC?

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93 A group of n numbers has mean m. If 93 If a : b = 2 : 3 and b : c = 5 : 3, then
32. the numbers 1, 2 and 6 are removed 35. a + b + c
from the group, the mean of the =
a−b+c
remaining n − 3 numbers remains
unchanged. Find m. A. −2 .
B. 5
A. 1 .
B. 2 2
C. 3 C. 4.
D. 6 D. 17
.
E. n−3 2
E. 31 .
93
33. A 93 x Sign of f(x)
36.
3.56 +
3.58 −
B
3.57 +
3.575 +

The figure shows the frequency From the table, a root of the equation
polygons of two symmetric f(x) = 0 is
distributions A and B with the same
mean. Which of the following is/are A. 3.57 (correct to 3 sig. fig.).
true? B. 3.575 (correct to 4 sig. fig.).
C. 3.5775 (correct to 5 sig. fig.).
I. Interquartile range of A < D. 3.5725 (correct to 4 sig. fig.).
Interquartile range of B E. 3.58 (correct to 3 sig. fig.).
II. Standard deviation of A >
Standard deviation of B 93 Given that the positive numbers p, q, r,
III. Mode of A > Mode of B 37. s are in G.P., which of the following
must be true?
A. I only
B. II only I. kp, kq, kr, ks are in G.P., where k
C. III only is a non-zero constant.
D. I and II only II. ap, aq, ar, as are in G.P., where a is
E. II and III only a positive constant.
III. log p, log q, log r, log s are in A.P.
93 If 9x + 2 = 36, then 3x =
34. A. I only
B. II only
A. 2 C. I and II only
. D. I and III only
3
E. I, II and III only
B. 4
.
3
C. 2.
D. 6 .
E. 9.

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93 D C In the figure, ABCD is a square and
38. ABE is an equilateral triangle.
Area of ABE
=
y Area of ABCD

A. 1
4
A x B B. 1
3
In the figure, the rectangle has C. 3
perimeter 16 cm and area 15 cm2. Find
the length of its diagonal AC. 8
D. 3
A. 32 cm 4
B. 34 cm E. 3
C. 7 cm 2
D. 226 cm
E. 93
241 cm 42.
Q P
93 In factorizing the expression
39. a4 + a2b2 + b4, we find that
S R
A. (a2 − b2) is a factor.
B. (a2 + b2) is a factor. O
C. (a2 − ab − b2) is a factor.
D. (a2 − ab + b2) is a factor. In the figure, the radii of the sectors
E. it cannot be factorized. OPQ and ORS are 5 cm and 3 cm
respectively. =
93 If the solution of the inequality Area of sector OPQ
40. x2 − ax + 6 ≤ 0 is c ≤ x ≤ 3, then
A. 4
A. a = 5, c = 2 . .
25
B. a = −5, c = 2 . B. 2
C. a = 5, c = −2 . .
5
D. a = 1, c = −2 . C. 9
E. a = −1, c = 2 . .
25
D. 16
93 D C .
41. E 25
E. 21
.
25

## 93 Which of the following gives the

43. compound interest on \$ 10 000 at 6%
p.a. for one year, compounded
A B
monthly?

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A. 0.06 The figure shows the graph of the
\$ 10 000 × × 12 function
12
B. \$ 10 000(1.0612 − 1)
C. 12
A. y = sin(350o − x) .
 0.06  B. y = sin(x + 10o) .
\$ 10 000 1 + 
 12  C. y = cos(x + 10o) .
D.  0.06 12  D. y = sin(x − 10o) .
\$10 000 1 +  − 1 E. y = cos(x − 10o) .
 12  
E.  0.6 12  93 C
\$10 000 1 +  − 1 47.
 12  

93 2
44. Originally 3 of the students in a class
failed in an examination. After taking a
re-examination, 40% of the failed
students passed. Find the total pass
percentage of the class. A B

## A. 2 In the figure, ABC is an equilateral

26 %
3 triangle and the radii of the three circles
B. 1 are each equal to 1. Find the perimeter
33 % of the triangle.
3
C. 40%
D. 60% A. 12
E. 1 B. 3(1 + tan30o)
73 % C. 6(1 + tan30o)
3 D.  1 
3 1 + o 
93 Solve tan4θ + 2tan2θ − 3 = 0 for  tan 30 
45. 0o ≤ θ < 360o. E.  1 
6 1 + o 
 tan 30 
A. 45o, 135o only
B. 45o, 225o only 93 E
C. 45o, 60o, 225o, 240o 48.
D. 45o, 120o, 225o, 300o H
E. 45o, 135o, 225o, 315o D
F 3
93 y
46. C
1
A G 12
5
x B
0 80 o
170 o
260 o
350 o

## In the figure, ABCDEFGH is a cuboid.

The diagonal AH makes an angle θ with
-1
the base ABCD. Find tan θ .

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A. 3 A. θ
.
5 2
B. 3 B. θ − 90o .
12 C. 180o−θ .
C. 3 D. 180o− 2θ .
13 E. 2θ − 180o .
D. 3
178 93
H
E. 51.
153
5
O
93 C M
49.
K
b a
A N B

## A B In the figure, O is the centre of the

c circle. AB touches the circle at N.
Which of the following is/are correct?

I. M, N, K, O are concyclic.
In the figure, if arc BC : arc CA : arc II. ∆HNB ~ ∆NKB
AB = 1 : 2 : 3, which of the following
III. ∠OAN = ∠NOB
is/are true?

I. ∠A : ∠B : ∠C = 1: 2 : 3 A. I only
B. II only
II. a : b : c = 1: 2 : 3
C. III only
III. sinA : sinB : sinC = 1 : 2 : 3
D. I and II only
E. I, II and III only
A. I only
B. II only
93 H G
C. III only
52.
D. I and II only C
E. I, II and III only D

93 P
50.
T A B
M θ

B E F

In the figure, TP and TQ are tangent to In the figure ABCD and EFGH are two
the circle at P and Q respectively. if M squares and ACH is an equilateral
is a point on the minor arc PQ and ∠ triangle. Find AB : EF.
PMQ = θ, then ∠PTQ = A. 1:2
B. 1:3

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C. 1: 2
D. 1: 3
E. 2: 3

93 D

53.
D
C
A F D A F A
C F

B E C B E B E

## In the figure, a rectangular piece of

paper ABCD is folded along EF so that
C and A coincide. If AB = 12 cm, BC =
16 cm, find BE.

A. 3.5 cm
B. 4.5 cm
C. 5 cm
D. 8 cm
E. 12.5 cm

93
54.

X Y

## In the figure, the three circles touch one

another. XY is their common tangent.
The two larger circles are equal. If the
radius of the smaller circle is 4 cm, find
the radii of the larger circles.

A. 8 cm
B. 10 cm
C. 12 cm
D. 14 cm
E. 16 cm

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