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ADDITIONAL

MATHEMATICS
PROJECT WORK 2014


Nama: LAI YU QI
I/C: 971104015963
Angka Giliran: JK057A014
Sekolah: SMK TAMAN MOUNT AUSTIN
Part A
(a) As a student receiving the RM100 education aid, I used RM18.50 for Stationaries,
RM53.00 for Books, RM13.50 for Other Expenses and RM15.00 for Saving.

Item Amount (RM) Percentage (%)
Saving 15.00 15.0
Stationary 18.50 18.5
Book 53.00 53.0
Other Expenses 13.50 13.5



(b)
Total
Saving
(RM)
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Number
of
Pupils
1 3 6 14 25 31 34 36 37 38

Total Saving (RM) Number of Pupils
1 ~ 10 1
11 ~ 20 2
21 ~ 30 3
31 ~ 40 8
41 ~ 50 11
51 ~ 60 6
61 ~ 70 3
71 ~ 80 2
81 ~ 90 1
91 ~ 100 1





[CATEGO
RY
NAME]15
%
[CATEGO
RY NAME]
18.5%
[CATEGO
RY
NAME]
53%
[CATEGOR
Y NAME]
13.5%
USAGE OF MONEY
(c) (i) Histogram




Frequency Polygon

Midpoint -4.5 5.5 15.5 25.5 35.5 45.5 55.5 65.5 75.5 85.5 95.5 105.5
No. of
pupils
0 1 2 3 8 11 6 3 2 1 1 0



0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Total Saving of students in 5SN1
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
-4.5 5.5 15.5 25.5 35.5 45.5 55.5 65.5 75.5 85.5 95.5 105.5
Total saving of students in 5SN1
No. of Pupils
Ogive Graph
Total Savings(RM) Upper Boundary Frequency Cumulative
Frequency
0 0.5 0 0
1-10 10.5 1 1
11-20 20.5 2 3
21-30 30.5 3 6
31-40 40.5 8 14
41-50 50.5 11 25
51-60 60.5 6 31
61-70 70.5 3 34
71-80 80.5 2 36
81-90 90.5 1 37
91-100 100.5 1 38














0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
0.5 10.5 20.5 30.5 40.5 50.5 60.5 70.5 80.5 90.5 100.5
Total Saving of Students in 5SN1
Total Saving of Students in 5SN1
(ii) Method 1:
Total Saving(RM) Frequency, Midpoint,



1-10 1 5.5 5.5 30.25
11-20 2 15.5 31 480.5
21-30 3 25.5 76.5 1950.75
31-40 8 35.5 284 10082
41-50 11 45.5 500.5 227772.75
51-60 6 55.5 333 18481.5
61-70 3 65.5 196.5 12870.75
71-80 2 75.5 151 11400.5
81-90 1 85.5 85.5 7310.25
91-100 1 95.5 95.5 9120.25
=38 = 505 =1759

94499.5

Mean, =


= 46.289



Standard Deviation, =

( )

()


= 18.551







Method 2:
No Name
Total Savings
(RM)

No Name
Total
Savings
(RM)
1 Cheng Shen Nam 92

20
Miguel Angelo Boo
Orino 35
2 Cheng Xu An 38

21 Ng Boon Pu 40
3 Chin Wei Keat 65

22 Ng Li Ling 88
4 Cynthia Chia 56

23 Noor Alia Binti Rosli 42
5 Ezra Sim 50

24 Nurhanina 40
6 Fam Han Yu 42

25 Ong Peng Xiang 45
7 Fong Chi Soon 60

26 Pang Bing Fuu 80
8 Grace Ting Tsin Yan 35

27 Philip Soh Jun Jie 55
9 Goh Carmen 55

28 Roy Chang Xiang En 46
10 Janice Lye Lok Lin 79

29 Shalini 35
11 Jeremy Tan Jie Yong 28

30 Siti Nurhumairah 59
12 Kuang Zhi Wen 8

31 Tan Shea Ming 66
13 Ku Zhixin 66

32 Tan Seow Li 32
14 Lai Yu Qi 15

33 Tham Jay Ping 30
15 Lau Jia Hui 50

34 Toh Ying Lei 47
16 Lee Szeminn 24

35 Yashni a/p Ravi 60
17 Lee Yean Wei 35

36 Yau Yong Song 43
18 Lee Yen Thong 45

37 Yeow Swee En 20
19 Lim Zhi Xin 50

38 Yong Ji Cheng 50
Total saving = 1806
Mean, =


= 47.526

Standard Deviation, =

( )

()


= 15.103





(d) Values of new mean and new variance if student is give an additional RM50


New mean, x: Original mean + RM50
New variance,

: ( )




Method 1:
(I) New mean, = 46.289+50
= 96.289
(II) New variance,


= 344.14

Method 2:
(I) New mean, = 47.526+50
= 97.526
(II) New variance,


= 228.10



























Part B

BANK X

Method 1: Listing Method





Total savings after 10 years

Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
RM
103 106.09 109.27 112.55 115.93 119.41 122.99 126.68 130.43 134.39

.





Method 2: Formula method (Geometric Progression)
Geometric Progression:



a= 103
r = 1.03

Total savings after 10 years =


= ()()


= ()()


= RM 134.39















01 JAN
2014
RM100
01 JAN
2015
RM100x1.03



01 JAN
2016
RM100x1.03
x1.03
1
st
Year 2
nd
Years
BANK Y

Method 1 : Listing Method



Total savings after 120 months
Months Total saving (RM)

Months Total saving (RM)

Months Total saving (RM)
1 100.25

21 105.38 41 110.78
2 100.50

22 105.65
42 111.06
3 100.75

23 105.91 43 111.33
4 101.00

24 106.18 44 111.61
5 101.26

25 106.44 45 111.89
6 101.51

26 106.71 46 112.17
7 101.76

27 106.97 47 112.45
8 102.02

28 107.24 48 112.73
9 102.27

29 107.51 49 113.01
10 102.53

30 107.78 50 113.30
11 102.78

31 108.05 51 113.58
12 103.04

32 108.32 52 113.86
13 103.30

33 108.59 53 114.15
14 103.56

34 108.86 54 114.43
15 103.82

35 109.13 55 114.72
16 104.08

36 109.41 56 115.01
17 104.34

37 109.68 57 115.29
18 104.60

38 109.95 58 115.58
19 104.86

39 110.23 59 115.87
20 105.12

40 110.50 60 116.16

01 JAN
2014
RM100
01 FEB
2014
RM100
x





01 MAC
2014
RM100
x


1
st
Month 2
nd
Months

Months Total saving (RM)

Months Total saving (RM)

Months Total saving (RM)
61 116.45

81 122.42 101 128.68
62 116.74

82 122.72 102 129.01
63 117.04

83 123.03 103 129.33
64 117.33

84 123.34 104 129.65
65 117.62

85 123.64 105 129.98
66 117.92

86 123.95 106 130.30
67 118.21

87 124.26 107 130.63
68 118.51

88 124.57 108 130.95
69 118.80

89 124.88 109 131.28
70 119.10

90 125.20 110 131.61
71 119.40

91 125.51 111 131.94
72 119.69

92 125.82 112 132.27
73 119.99

93 126.14 113 132.60
74 120.29

94 126.45 114 132.93
75 120.59

95 126.77 115 133.26
76 120.90

96 127.09 116 133.59
77 121.20

97 127.40 117 133.93
78 121.50

98 127.72 118 134.26
79 121.81

99 128.04 119 134.60
80 122.11

100 128.36 120 134.94

METHOD 2: Formula method (Geometric Progression)
Geometric Progression:



a= 100.25
r = 1.0025

Total savings after 120 months =


= ()()


= ()()


= RM 134.94


The total savings after 10 years in Bank X is RM134.39, while the savings in Bank Y is
RM134.94. The total savings in Bank Y is RM0.55 more than the savings in Bank X.
Therefore, the profit given by Bank X which is 3% per year is less than the profit given by
Bank Y which is 0.25% per month. If bigger amount of money is saved, there will be a
bigger difference in the total savings. Therefore, save money in Bank Y is better that we
can get more profit compare with Bank X.


Part C

x 25 35 51 65 77 90 100
y 50 51 52 54 61 67 73

(a)




(b)

=



25 35 51 65 77 90 100

50 51 52 54 61 67 73


625 1225 2601 4225 5929 8100 10000

1250 1785 2652 3510 4697 6030 7300
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110
Graph of y against x

(c)
(i)
=


900=



= 0.0011

m =





0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
6500
7000
7500
8000
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000 11000
Line of Best Fit
m =



= 0.641

0.641=



k = (0.641)(0.0011)
= 0.0007

(ii)
=

+

Alis savings= RM 55


= 3025

= ()()+

= 2839.025
= 51.62
Mutus savings = RM 51.62






















Introduction

We students taking Additional Mathematics are required to do a project work while we
are in Form 5. On October 25, 2013, the Prime Minister cum Finance Minister, Datuk
Seri Najib Tun Razak has approve an allocation of RM540 million for Bantuan Khas
Awal Persekolahan 1 Malaysia while presenting the Budget Year 2014. All student from
Year 1 to Form 5 for 2014 school session will receive RM 100 each.

This year, we are given the task to collect on the amount of saving from all of our
classmates receiving the aid. By using statistic, we will collect, record, arrange, study
and analyse the data. We will also apply the topic of progression and linear law
throughout the process. Statistics is the study of the collection, organization, analysis,
interpretation and presentation of data. It deals with all aspects of data including the
planning of data collection in terms of the design of surveys and experiments.

A geometric progression, also known as a geometric sequence, is
a sequence of numbers where each term after the first is found by multiplying the
previous one by a fixed, non-zero number called the common ratio. Linear law is
basically expressing the y axis and the x axis in such a way that you get a linear graph
with an equation Y=mX+c, which is easier to interpret.































Objective

We, as the students taking Additional Mathematics are required to carry out a project work
while we are in Form 5. This year the Curriculum Development Division, Ministry of Education has
prepared a tasks for. This project can be done in groups or individually, but each of us
are expected to submit an individually written report. Upon completion of the Additional
Mathematics Project Work, we are to gain valuable experiences and able to:
Apply and adapt a variety of problem solving strategies to solve routine and non- routine
problems.

Experience classroom environments which are challenging, interesting and meaningful
and hence improve their thinking skills.

Experience classroom environments where knowledge and skills are applied in meaningful ways
in solving real-life problem.

Experience classroom environments where expressing ones mathematical thinking,
reasoning and communication are highly encouraged and expected.

Experience classroom environments that stimulates and enhances effective learning.

Acquire effective mathematical communication through oral and writing, and to use the
language of mathematics to express mathematical ideas correctly and precisely.

Enhance acquisition of mathematical knowledge and skills through problem- solving in
ways that increase interest and confidence.

Prepare ourselves for the demand of our future undertakings and in workplace.

Realises that mathematics is an important and powerful tool in solving real-life problems
and hence develop positive attitude towards mathematics.

Train ourselves not only to be independent learners but also to collaborate, to cooperate
and to share knowledge in an engaging healthy environment.

Use technology especially the ICT appropriately and effectively.

Train ourselves to appreciate the intrinsic values of mathematics and to become more
creative and innovative.

Realises the importance and the beauty of mathematics.













Reflection

Throughout the project while I was conducting it, I learned many stuff. This includes
on usage of knowledge and ways to conduct the project. While I was conducting the project,
I collected information from the internet and brochures from the banks regarding the fixed
deposit and interest. Besides, I manipulated my knowledge in other fields such
as accounting and economics in this research.

Furthermore, this project has encourages me to work together with others and share
our knowledge. It also improve our thinking skills and promote effective mathematical
communication. Besides, I also learned some moral values such as responsible to the work
that are given to me to be completed and not to give up easily when we face difficulties.
More, I also learned to be more disciplined on time. Last but not least, I realised that
Additional Mathematics is a compulsory to me and in the life. Without it, my dream may not
be fulfil and I can be easily cheated.
THANK YOU ADD MATHS