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Mathematics SPM

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REVISION: Answer all questions.

1 Find the value of ( ) 30 296 . 0 2 , and round off the answer correct to two significant

figures.

Answer:

2 The thickness of a sheet of paper is approximately

3

10 9

mm. The height of a stack of this

type of paper is 450 mm. Estimate the number of sheets of papers in the stack. Give your

answer in standard form.

Answer:

3 List all the integers which satisfy both inequalities x

x

s 1

4

and ( ) x x > + 3

2

1

.

Answer:

4 Find the solution for :

(i)

4

3

1 4 3

m

m < + (ii) y y + > 6 3 5 .

Answer (i): Answer (ii):

5 It is given that 9 2 < s x and 4 2 < y , where x and y are integers.

Find the maximum value of . y x

Answer:

6 Simplify

( )

2 2

3

1

3

2

8

q p

q

p

.

Answer:

7 State the value of digit 5 in the number

8

1536 , in base ten.

Answer:

8 Express ( ) 3 5 5

2

+ as a number in base five.

Answer:

2 | P a g e

9 Table 9 shows some values of the variables p, q and r such that p varies directly as the square

of q and inversely as r.

p q r

40 4 2

n 6 4

Table 9

10 Diagram 10 shows two poles EF and GH on a

horizontal plane. The angle of depression of E from G

is 16 .Calculate the distance, in m, from F to H.

Answer:

11 Diagram 11 shows a vertical pole SR on a horizontal plane.

The angle of elevation of S from P is 45 .

Calculate the angle of depression of Q from S.

Answer:

12 Diagram 12 shows a speed-time graph for the movement of a particle for a period of

27 seconds. The total distance travelled

by the particle is 361 m.

(a) Find the average speed, in ms

-1

, of the particle

for the period of 27 seconds.

(b) Calculate the rate of change of speed, in ms

-2

,

of the particle in the last 12 seconds.

(c) Calculate the value of u. [6 marks]

Answer:

u

Time (s)

Speed (ms

-1

)

16

15 10

0

27

Diagram 12

Calculate the value of n.

E

F

G

H

5 m

8 m

Diagram 10

S

R Q P

5 m

20 m

Diagram 11

~Practice Makes Perfect~

Answer: