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1.

Round off 50941 correct to three significant


figures.
A. 509
B. 510
C. 50 940
D. 50 900

[SPM Nov 2006 Q1
2. Express 351 000 in standard form.

A.
3
10 51 . 3
B.
5
10 51 . 3
C.
3
10 51 . 3


D.
5
10 51 . 3


[SPM Nov 2006 Q2]

3. =
7
10 3 . 1 0000025 . 0

A.
6
10 2 . 1


B.
7
10 2 . 1


C.
6
10 37 . 2


D.
7
10 37 . 2


[SPM Nov 2006 Q3]

4. A rectangular floor has a width of 2 400 cm
and a length of 3 000 cm. The floor will be
covered with tiles. Each tile is a square of side
20 cm.
Calculate the number of tiles required to cover
the floor fully.

A.
4
10 8 . 1
B.
8
10 8 . 1
C.
4
10 6 . 3
D.
8
10 6 . 3


5. Round off 30 106 correct to three significant
figures

A. 30 000
B. 30 100
C. 30 110
D. 30 200
[SPM Nov 2007 Q1]

6. Express
4
10 205 . 1 as a single number.

A. 1 205
B. 12 050
C. 1 205 000
D. 12 050 000
[SPM Nov 2007 Q2]

7. =
5
10 6 0078 . 0

A.
3
10 83 . 1


B.
5
10 83 . 1


C.
3
10 74 . 7


D.
5
10 74 . 7


[SPM Nov 2007 Q3]

8. Round off 0.6782 correct to two significant
figures.

A. 0.60
B. 0.67
C. 0.68
D. 0.70
[SPM Nov 2008 Q1]

9. Express 0.0000101 in standard form.

A.
6
10 01 . 1


B.
5
10 01 . 1


C.
5
10 01 . 1
D.
6
10 01 . 1
[SPM Nov 2008 Q2]

10. = +
14 15
10 2 . 6 10 1 . 3

A.
14
10 72 . 3
B.
14
10 51 . 6
C.
15
10 72 . 3
D.
15
10 51 . 6
[SPM Nov 2008 Q3]



11. =
6
10 6 0078 . 0

A.
3
10 794 . 7


B.
6
10 794 . 7


C.
2
10 2 . 7


D.
5
10 2 . 7


[SPM Jun 2006 Q2]




2. Linear Equation 3. Quadratic expansion

November 2003
1. Given that p
3
1
+ 1 = 4, then p =
A. 1 B. 9
C. 11 D. 15


July 2004

2. Given that 7(k 3) = 1 4k, then k =

A. 2 B. 7
C.
3
4
D.
11
4


November 2004

3. Given that 3k 4 = 5(2 k ) then k =

A. 7 B. 3
C.
2
7
D.
4
7



July 2005
4. Given that
4
5
2
=
h
, then h =
A.
5
8
B.
8
5

C.
2
5
D.
2
3



November 2005

5. Given that 10 3(2 w) = 9w + 2, calculate the
value of w.
A.
6
1
B.
4
1

C.
3
1
D.
5
2



July 2006

6. Given that 9 3(k 2) = 0 , then k =

A. 1 B. 2
C. 5 D. 8



7. Given that ), 3 ( 2 4
2
5
k k = then = k

A.
12
17
C.
6
17

B.
10
17
D.
4
17


[SPM Nov 2006 Q22]

8. Given that , 1 2
5
1
=
+
x
x
find the value of x.

A.
9
2
C.
9
5

B.
11
4
D.
3
2


[SPM Nov 2007 Q22]


9. Given that ,
4
) 2 1 ( 3
2
p
p

= + calculate the
value of p.

A.
2
1
C.
10
1

B.
5
1
D.
6
1


[SPM Nov 2008 Q22]

10. Given that , 0 ) 2 ( 3 9 = k then = k

A. 1 C. 5

B. 2 D. 8

[SPM Jun 2006 Q22]

11. Given that , 3 ) 8 ( 3 9 k k = find the value
of k.

A. 9 C. 15

B. 1 D. 18

[SPM Jun 2007 Q23]



4. Sets

1. Given that the universal set . G F E =
Set E = {2,4,6,8,10,14,16},
set F = {2,4,6,8,10,12}
and set G = {2, 4, 14}.
The Venn diagram that represents the
relationship between set E, set F and set G is

A C





B D





[J 2004 Q31]

2. Given that P = {3, 4, 5, 6, 7}, Q = {6, 8, 10, 14}
and R = { 10, 16, 20} and the universal set
. R Q P = Which of the following Venn
diagrams represent the relationship between sets P,
Q and R?


A C



B D





[J2005 Q31]

3. The Venn diagram below shows the elements of
the universal set , set P and Q.








List the elements of set P' .
A { 5, 6 }
B { 7, 8 }
C { 1, 2, 3, 4 }
D { 5, 6, 7, 8 }
[J 2005 Q30]


4 Given that the universal set
, 10 1 : { s s = x x x is an integer},
set P = {x: x is an odd number} and
set Q ={ x: x is a prime number}.

The elements in the set P Q' are

A 1, 3, 5, 7 C 1, 2, 9
B 3, 5, 7 D 1, 9
[J2004 Q32]


5 Given that M = { 4, 6}.
List all the subsets of M.

A {4,}, {6}
B | , {4}, {6}
C {4}, {6}, {4, 6}
D | , {4}, {6}, {4, 6}
[ J2005 Q29]


6 Given that P = { 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9}, one of the subsets
of set P is

A { 2, 3, 5, 7 } C { 1, 2, 3, 4 }
B { 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 } D { 5, 6, 7, 8 }

[J2006 Q28]

7 It is given that the universal set,
= { x : 5 , 13 s s x x is an integer} and
set P = { x : 5 , 13 s s x x is a prime number }.
List all the elements of set P' .

A { 6, 8, 9, 10, 12 }
B { 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 }
C { 6, 8, 10, 12 }
D { 5, 7, 11, 13 }
[J 2007 Q31]

8 Diagram 128 is a Venn diagram showing set P and
set S. It is given that P = {hockey players},
S = { badminton players } and the universal set
. S P =




Diagram 128

If n(P) = 27, n(S) = 36 and n(P S) = 8,
find n(P ). S
A 71 C 55
B 63 D 47
[J 2007 Q32]

G
E
F
E
F
G
E
F
G
E
F
G
Q
R
P
Q R
P
Q R P
Q
R
P
S
P

Q
P
6
1 2
3 4

7
5
8
5. The straight line

1 Diagram 171, PQR is a straight line and O is the
origin.








Diagram 171

Find the gradient of POR. [ J 2007 Q33]
A
3
5
C
5
3

B
5
3
D
3
5

2. A straight line has a gradient of
7
3
and passes
through the point (0, 6).
The x-intercept of the straight line is

A 14 B 6
C 6 D 14
]

3. The straight line y + mx 4 = 0 passes
through the point (6, 8).
Find the value of m.

A 6 B 2
C 2 D 6


4. State the x-intercept of the straight line
3y 2x 11 = 0.
A
3
11
B
3
11

C
2
11
D
2
11


[ J 2006 Q30]

5. The straight line PQ has a gradient of 2. The
coordinates of point P is (0, 6). The x-intercept
of the straight line PQ is
A 3 B
3
1

C
3
1
D 3
6. The gradient of the straight line
4y
3
2
x = 8 is
A
6
1
B
3
8

C 2 D 6
]
7. Diagram 177 shows a straight line RS with
gradient of
3
4
.










The y-intercept of the straight line RS is

A 4 C 12
B 9 D 16

[ J 2005 Q33]

8. Diagram 178 shows a straight line MN on a
Cartesian plane.













The gradient of the straight line MN is
A
12
5
C
9
2


B
11
6
D
8
3

[ J 2004 Q33]


R(3, 5)
x O
P y
x
S
DIAGRAM 177
DIAGRAM 178
x
N (10, 4)
R (12, 0)
O
y
S
x
0
M(2, 1)
y
x
N(10,4)
5. Statistics

1. The bar chart shows the number of books sold in a
book store in 6 months.













Calculate the percentage of books sold in April.

A. 20 C. 24
B. 22 D. 26

2. The table shows the marks obtained by 50 students
in a Geography test.
Marks No. of Students
0 39
40 49
50 59
60 79
80 100
5
8
9
21
7

Calculate the percentage of students who obtained
more than 49 marks.

A. 40 C. 60
B. 56 D. 74

3









The line graph shows the sale of chocolate cakes
in a week. Given that a piece of chocolate cake
costs RM0.60, calculate the sale of chocolate
cakes on Saturday and Sunday.

A. RM60 C. RM96
B. RM100 D. RM160


4. The frequency table shows the number of books in
the bags of a group of students.






Given that the mode is 6 books, find the greatest
possible value of a.

A. 5 C. 6
B. 7 D. 8

5. The pictogram shows the number of students who
obtained grade A in three history tests.

January
Mac
May
represents 6 students

The average number of students who scored A
in a month is

A. 10 C. 18
B. 16 D. 26

6. The pictogram shows the number of pencils owned
by Ali, Lim and Bala.

Ali
Lim
Bala

represents x pencils

Find the value of x if the total number of
pencils is 36.

A. 3 C. 5
B. 4 D. 6

7. The table shows the scores and their respective
frequencies in a match.





What is the mode score?

A. 2 C. 4
B. 3 D. 5
Number of books 2 3 4 5 6
Frequency 4 6 5 a 8
Scores 1 2 3 4 5
Frequency 3 5 8 4 6
Jan
Feb Mac Apr May June
40
80
120
160
200
240
No. of
books
M
Days
20
40
60
80
100
S
a
l
e

o
f

c
h
o
c
o
l
a
t
e

c
a
k
e
s

0
T W T F S S
6. Probability I
1 In a group of 90 students 70 are girls. Another 10
boys then join the group. If a student is chosen at
random from the group, state the probability that the
student chosen is a boy.
A
9
2
B
9
7

C
10
1
D
10
3

SPM 2003 Q37

2. A jar contains 240 sweets of orange, lychee and
coffee flavour. There are 90 orange flavoured
sweets. If a sweet is picked at random from the jar,
the probability of picking a lychee flavoured sweet
is
3
1
. How many coffee flavoured sweets are
there?

A 10 B 50
C 70 D 80

SPM 2003 Q38
3. Diagram shows some number cards.







A card is picked at random. State the probability that
a prime number is picked.

A
3
2
B
3
1

C
2
1
D
6
1

SPM 2004 Q35
4. Irma has a collection of stamps from Kelantan,
Perak and Sarawak. She picks one stamp at random.
The probability of picking a Perak stamps is
9
4

and the probability of picking a Sarawak stamp is
3
1
. Irma has 10 Kelantan stamps. Calculate the
total number of stamps in her collection.

A 20 B 25
C 45 D 90
SPM 2004 Q36


5. 20 coupons with serial number 21 to 40 are put in a
box. One coupon is drawn at random. The
probability of drawing a coupon with a number
which is not a multiple of 5 is

A
5
1
B
5
2

C
5
3
D
5
4


SPM 2004 Q38
6.Table shows the distribution of a group of 90 pupils
playing a game.

Form Four Four Five
Girls 33 15
Boys 18 24

A pupil is chosen at random from the group to
start the game. What is the probability that a girl
from Form Four will be chosen?

A
30
11
B
15
7

C
15
8
D
17
11







SPM 2005 Q34

7 A container holds 28 yellow marbles and a number
of green marbles. A marble is picked at random
from the container. The probability of picking a
yellow marble is
8
7
. How many green marbles are
there in the container?

A 4 B 8

C 21 D 24
SPM 2005 Q35

8 It is given that set G is { 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14,
15} . A number is chosen at random from the
elements of set G. Find the probability that the
number chosen is a prime number.

A
11
4
B
11
5


C
11
6
D
11
7




13 21 27
29 33 35