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## Standard Form 3 4 marks

Round off 0.0368 correct to two significant figures
A.

0.03

C.

0.036

B.

0.04

D.

0.037
[2003, No.1]

6.27 104 =
A.

0.0000627

C.

62700

B.

0.000627

D.

6270000
[2003, No.2]

## 1.8 105 + 88000 =

A.

2.68 105

C.

1.06 105

B.

2.68 109

D.

1.06 109
[2003, No.3]

The area of a rectangular nursery plot is 7.2 km 2. Its width is 2400 m. The length, in m, of the nursery
plot is
A.

3 103

C.

4.8 103

B.

3 104

D.

4.8 104
[2003, No.4]

A.

2.03 105

C.

203 107

B.

2.03 105

D.

203 107
[2004, No.1]

4.86 10 2
(3 10 3 ) 2

A.

1.62 103

C.

5.4 103

B.

1.62 104

D.

5.4 104
[2004, No.2]

A.

1.61 108

B. 1.61 107
No.3]
8

0.08

B. 0.081
No.4]

D.

3.95 107

[2004,

C.

0.0810

D.

0.0811

[2004,

A.

10

3.95 108

A.

C.

70600

C.

70620

B. 70610
No.1]

D.

70700

[2005,

A.

0.007564

C.

0.000007564

B.

0.00007564

D.

0.0000007564
[2005, No.2]

11

0.03
=
5000000
A.

6 108

C.

5.4 108

B.

6 109

D.

5.4 109
[2005, No.3]

12

A.

509

C.

50940

B.

510

D.

50900
[2006, No.1]

13

A.

3.51 103

C.

3.51 103

B.

3.51 105

D.

3.51 105
[2006, No.2]

14

## 0.0000025 1.3 107 =

A.

1.2 106

C.

2.37 106

B.

1.2 107

D.

2.37 107
[2006, No.3]

15

A rectangular floor has a width of 2400 cm and a length of 3000 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.

1.8 104

C.

3.6 104

B.

1.8 108

D.

3.6 108
[2006, No.4]

16

A.

30000

C.

30110

B.

30100

D.

30200
[2007, No.1]

17

A.

1205

C.

1205000

B.

12050

D.

12050000
[2007, No.2]

18

0.0078 6 105 =
A.

183 103

C.

7.74 103

B.

1.83 105

D.

7.74 105
[2007, No.3]

19

A.

0.60

C.

0.68

B.

0.67

D.

0.70
[2008, No.1]

20

A.

1.01 106

C.

1.01 105

B.

1.01 105

D.

1.01 106
[2008, No.2]

21

## 3.1 1015 + 6.2 1014 =

A.

3.72 1014

C.

3.72 1015

B.

6.51 1014

D.

6.51 1015
[2008, No.3]

22

The diagram shows an empty tank, which is a cuboid, with length 800 cm, width 500 cm and height 300 cm.

A worker fills up 80% of the tank with water. Calculate the volume, in cm3, of water in the tank.
A.

1.2 106

C.

9.6 107

B.

1.2 108

D.

9.6 109
[2008, No.4]

23

A.

815

C.

8150

B.

816

D.

8160
[J 2008, No.1]

24

A.

4060

C.

406000

B.

40600

D.

40600000
[J 2008, No.2]

25

## 6.1 105 1.2 104 =

A.

4.90 104

C.

4.90 105

B.

5.98 104

D.

5.98 105
[J 2008, No.3]

26

The diagram shows a rectangle representing an agricultural zone and a square representing an industrial zone.

A.

1.84 108

C.

4 107

B.

1.84 107

D.

4 106
[J 2008, No.4]

(B)
27

## Number Bases 2 mark

Express 110101012 as a number in base eight.
A.

6518

C.

3258

B.

6258

D.

2218
[2003, No.5]

28

111012 + 11102 =
A.

1000112

C.

1011112

B.

1110012

D.

1010112
[2003, No.6]

29

## Express 53 + 3 as a number in base five.

A.

1035

C.

10035

B.

3035

D.

30035
[2004, No.5]

30

110112 + 1112 =
A.

1000102

C.

1100112

B.

1011002

D.

1111012
[2004, No.6]

31

1100012 10112 =
A.

1001002

C.

11110102

B.

1001102

D.

1111002
[2005, No.4]

32

What is the value of the digit 2, in base ten, in the number 32415 ?
A.

25

C.

200

B.

50

D.

250
[2005, No.5]

33

What is the value of the digit 2, in base ten, in the number 12035 ?
A.

10

C.

200

B.

50

D.

250
[2006, No.5]

34

110012 1012 =
A.

10012

B.

11012

C.
D.

100002

101002
[2006, No.6]

35

1100102 111012 =
A.

1011012

C.

1001012

B.

110002

D.

101012
[2007, No.5]

36

A.

C.

B.

D.

4
[2007, No.6]

37

101012 112 =
A.

100002

C.

101002

B.

100102

D.

101102
[2008, No.5]

38

A.

10125

B.

13045

C.
D.

21015

40315
[2008, No.6]

39

A.

1000010112

C.

110011002

B.

1000100112

D.

110101002
[J 2008, No.5]

40

101002 11112 =
A.

1012

C.

10012

B.

1112

D.

10112
[J 2008, No.6]

(C)
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## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

Polygons 1 2 marks
In the diagram, PQRSTU is a regular hexagon. PUT and QPW are straight lines.

The value of x + y =
A.

69

C.

76

B.

72

D.

86
[2003, No.7]

42

In the diagram, PWQ is an isosceles triangle. PQR, PWV and STU are straight lines.

The value of x + y =
A.

240

C.

300

B.

280

D.

380
[2003, No.8]

43

In the diagram, GHJKL is a regular pentagon. FGH and FMJ are straight lines.

The value of x + y =
A.

57

C.

36

B.

42

D.

21
[2004, No.7]

44

The diagram shows a pentagon PQRST. Straight line PQ is parallel to straight line UTS.

A.

216

C.

250

B.

222

D.

260
[2005, No.6]

45

## Find the value of z.

A.

15

C.

60

B.

45

D.

75
[2005, No.7]

46

In the diagram, PQRST is a regular pentagon and PSUV is a parallelogram. STU is a straight line.

A.

36

C.

108

B.

72

D.

144
[2006, No.7]

47

A.

65

C.

80

B.

70

D.

90
[2007, No.6]

48

A.

160

C.

220

B.

170

D.

230
[2007, No.7]

49

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

The diagram shows a regular pentagon PQRST and an equilateral triangle TUV. PUQ is a straight line.

A.

47

C.

60

B.

49

D.

71
[2008, No.7]

50

## Find the value of x.

A.

36

C.

60

B.

54

D.

72
[J 2008, No.7]

51

In the diagram, PQRTX is a pentagon which is symmetrical about the straight line QWV. RTV is a straight
line. SRVU is part of a regular hexagon.

A.

130

C.

144

B.

132

D.

145
[J 2008, No.8]

(D)
52

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

Circles 1 mark
In the diagram, RST is a tangent to the circle with centre O.

The value of y
A.

45

C.

70

B.

60

D.

125
[2003, No.9]

53

In the diagram, JK is a tangent to the circle KLM at K and JML is a straight line.

The value of x is
A.

15

C.

60

B.

45

D.

75
[2004, No.8]

54

## In the diagram, TPS is a tangent to the circle PQR at P.

The length of arc PR is equal to the length of arc QR. Find the value of x.
A.

22

C.

44

B.

34

D.

88
[2005, No.8]

55

In the diagram, QRT is a tangent to the circle with centre O, at R. PUS, OPQ and OUR are straight lines.

A.

40

C.

50

B.

45

D.

65
[2006, No.8]

56

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

10

The diagram shows a circle, PFQ, centre O. EFG is a tangent to the circle at F.

## Find the value of x.

A.

32

C.

61

B.

48

D.

74
[2007, No.8]

57

In the diagram, JKL is a tangent to the circle centre O at K and JNM is a straight line.

## Find the value of x.

A.

45

C.

15

B.

25

D.

5
[2008, No.8]

58

In the diagram, URT is the tangent to the circle PQRS at point R. PQR is an equilateral triangle and
URS = 20.

## Find the value of x.

A.

30

C.

40

B.

35

D.

45
[J 2008, No.9]

59

In the diagram, O is the centre of a circle. TQU is the tangent to the circle at point Q. PSR is a straight line
and OPS = 10.

A.

18

C.

28

B.

22

D.

33
[J 2008, No.10]

(E)
60

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

11

Transformations 2 3 marks
The diagram shows five triangles drawn on a square grid.

Considering the four triangles, A, B, C, and D, which of these is the image of H under a rotaion of 180
[2003, No.16]

61

The diagram shows seven points on a square grid. Q is the image of P under a reflection.

## The axis of reflection is the straight line that joins H and

A.

C.

B.

D.

N
[2003, No.17]

62

h
In the diagram, N is the image of M under a translation . The distance of MN is 5 units.
k

h
The translasi
k

is

A.

C.

4

3

B.

D.

3

4
[2003, No.18]

63

12

## The diagram shows two squares, R and S, drawn on a square grids.

S is the image of R under an enlargement. Which of the point, A, B, C, or D, is the centre of the
enlargement ?
[2004, No.9]

64

## The diagram shows points plotted on a Cartesian plane.

Which of the points, A, B, C, or D, is the image of point K under a clockwise rotation of 90 about the
centre (3, 1) ?
[2004, No.10]
65

## Which of the triangles are similar ?

A.

I and II only

C.

I, II and IV only

B.

D.

[2005, No.9]

66

13

## The diagram shows two triangles, R and S, drawn on square grids.

S is the image of R under a clockwise rotation of 90. Which of the point, A, B, C, or D, is the centre
of the rotation ?
[2005, No.10]
67

## Which of the triangles, A, B, C, or D, is not an image of triangle P under a rotation ?

[2006, No.9]
68

In the diagram, the square UVWX is the image of the square STUR under an enlargement.

## The centre of the enlargement and its scale factor are

Centre of Enlargement

Scale Factor

A.

1
3

C.

1
3

D.

3
[2006, No.10]

69

14

## The diagram shows four quadrilaterals, W, X, Y and Z, drawn on square grids.

All the quadrilaterals are rotated 90 about the centre O. Which of the following is the correct rotation ?

Direction of rotation

Image

A.

Clockwise

B.

Anticlockwise

C.

Anticlockwise

D.

Anticlockwise

W
[2007, No.9]

70

The diagram shows two squares, PQRS and KLMN, drawn on square grids.

PQRS is the image of KLMN under an enlargement with centre O. Find the scale factor of the enlargement.
A.

1
3

C.

B.

1
2

D.

3
[2007, No.10]

71

In the diagram, pentagon N is the image of pentagon M under a clockwise rotation of 90.

[2008, No.9]

72

15

## Which of the quadrilaterals A, B, C or D, is the image of quadrilateral P under an enlargement ?

[2008, No.10]

73

The diagram shows two polygons, PQRST and UVWXY, draw on square grids. UVWXY is the image of
PQRST under an enlargement.

## What is the centre and the scale factor of the enlargement ?

Centre of Enlargement

Scale Factor

A.

C.

D.

2
[J 2008, No.11]

(F)
74

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

16

Trigonometry 2 3 marks
In the diagram, GHEK is a straight line and GH = HE.

A.

5
12

B.

12
13

C.
D.

13
12

12
5
[2003, No.11]

75

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2003, No.12]
76

A.

7
24

C.

7
24

B.

24
25

D.

24
25
[2004, No.11]

77

## The diagram shows the graph y = sin x.

The value of p is
A.

90

C.

270

B.

180

D.

360
[2004, No.12]

78

17

## It is given that cos x =

5
and tan y = 2. Calculate the length, in cm, of JKL.
13

A.

22

C.

44

B.

29

D.

58
[2004, No.13]

79

It is given that cos = 0.7721 and 180 360, find the values of .
A.

219 27

C.

309 27

B.

230 33

D.

320 33
[2005, No.11]

80

A.

4
5

C.

3
5

B.

3
5

D.

4
5
[2005, No.12]

81

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2005, No.13]

82

18

A.

4
3

C.

3
4

B.

4
5

D.

3
5
[2006, No.11]

83

## In the diagram, MPQ is a right angled triangle.

It is given that QN = 13 cm, MP = 24 cm and N is the midpoint of MNP. Find the value of tan y.
A.

5
13

C.

5
12

B.

12
13

D.

13
12
[2006, No.12]

84

Which of the following graphs represents the grapah of y = cos x for 0 x 180 ?
A.

C.

B.

D.

[2006, No.13]

85

19

## It is given that TS = 29 cm, PQ = 13 cm, QR = 16 cm and sin x =

A.

12
5

C.

5
12

B.

5
12

D.

12
5

8
. Find the value of tan y.
17

[2007, No.11]
86

In the diagram, O is the origin and JOK is a straight line on a Cartesian plane.

A.

4
5

C.

3
5

B.

3
5

D.

4
5
[2007, No.12]

87

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2007, No.13]

88

20

## The diagram shows a right-angled triangle PQR.

Given sin x =
A.
B.

1
, find the value of h.
2

k
tan 30

k tan 30

C.
D.

k
cos 60

k cos 30
[2008, No.11]

89

## Given that tan x =

3
, where 180 x 360, find the value of cos x.
4

A.

4
5

C.

3
5

B.

3
5

D.

4
5
[2008, No.12]

90

## Which of the following represents the graph of y = tan x for 0 x 360 ?

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2008, No.13]
91

In the diagram, RTU is a right-angled triangle. RST and TUV are straight line.

## It is given that RS = 28 cm, TU = 15 cm and tan RUV =

A.

23

C.

17

B.

22.63

D.

15.73

12
. Find the length, in cm, of SU.
5

[J 2008, No.12]

92

A.
B.

1
2

21

C.

D.

[J 2008, No.13]

93

A.

C.

B.

D.

[J 2008, No.14]

(G)
94

22

## Lines and Planes in 3 Dimensions 1 mark

The diagram shows a right prism with an isosceles triangle PQR as its horizontal base. M and N are the
midpoint of SU and RQ, respectively.

Name the angle between the plane PQR and the plane PUS.
A.

UPT

C.

QPN

B.

NPT

D.

MPN
[2003, No.13]

95

## The diagram shows a cube with a horizontal base PQRS.

Name the angle between the line QV and the plane QUR.
A.

VUR

C.

VQU

B.

VUQ

D.

VQR
[2004, No.14]

96

## The diagram shows a right pyramid with a quadrilateral base EFGH.

What is the angle between the line VF and the base EFGH ?
A.

VFE

C.

FVH

B.

VFH

D.

FVE
[2005, No.14]

97

## The diagram shows a cuboid with a horizontal base TUVW.

Name the angle between the plane PQWT and the plane SRWT.
A.

QTR

C.

QWR

B.

QTS

D.

QWS
[2006, No.14]

98

23

## The diagram shows a pyramid with its rectangle base QRST.

Vertex P is vertically above T. Name the angle between the plane PTS and the plane PTQ.
A.

PQT

C.

SPQ

B.

PST

D.

STQ
[2007, No.14]

99

The diagram shows a right-angled triangular prism with the horizontal base QSTV.

What is the angle between the plane STU and the base QSTV ?
A.

TUV

C.

USV

B.

UTV

D.

SUV
[2008, No.14]

## 100 The diagram shows a cuboid with horizontal base TUVW.

What is the angle between the plane SVW and the plane PQRS ?
A.

QSW

C.

QSV

B.

RSW

D.

PSV
[J 2008, No.15]

(H)

24

## Angles of Elevation and Depression 1 2 marks

101 In the diagram, TS and UV are two vertical poles standing on horizontal ground.

## The angle of elevation of V from S is 42. Calculate the value of h.

A.

10.4

C.

14.1

B.

12.0

D.

17.9
[2003, No.10]

102 In the diagram, MN and POR are two vertical poles on a horizontal plane.

## The angle of elevation of point P from point M is

A.

MPQ

C.

PMR

B.

PMQ

D.

PNR
[2004, No.15]

103 In the diagram, PQ and QR are two vertical poles on a horizontal plane.

The angle of depression of peak P from peak R is 34. Calculate the height, in m, of the pole PQ.
A.

4.65

C.

11.51

B.

8.42

D.

13.82
[2004, No.16]

104 The diagram shows two vertical poles, PS and QR, on a horizontal plane.

The angle of depression of vertex Q from vertex P is 42. Calculate the angle of elevation of vertex Q from S.
A.

32

C.

57 59

B.

41 59

D.

68 11
[2005, No.15]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

25

105 In the diagram, PQ and TR are two two vertical poles on a horizontal plane. S is a point on TR such that
PQ = SR.

A.

TPS

C.

PTS

B.

RPT

D.

QTS
[2006, No.15]

## 106 In the diagram, JK is a vertical flag pole. KL is horizontal.

The angle of elevation of J from L is 42. The height, in m, of the flag pole is
A.

23.42

C.

31.51

B.

26.01

D.

38.87
[2006, No.16]

107 In the diagram, PQ and RS are two vertical poles on a horizontal plane. The height of RS is twice the height of
PQ. The angle of depression of P from vertex R is 53.

## Calculate the height, in m, of RS.

A.

15.07

C.

30.14

B.

26.54

D.

53.08
[2007, No.15]

108 The diagram shows two vertical flagpoles on a horizontal plane. P, Q, R, S and T are five points on the
poles such that QR = ST.

A.

QSP

C.

RSP

B.

QPS

D.

RTP
[2008, No.15]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

26

109 The diagram shows a tower PQ. The points P, R and S lie on a horizontal plane.

The angle of depression of R from Q is 45. Find the angle of elevation of Q from S
A.

22 37

C.

54 47

B.

35 13

D.

67 23
[2008, No.16]

110 In the diagram, Q and S are two points on a horizontal plane. R is the top of a vertical flagpole SR.

The angle of elevation of R from Q is 52. The distance between Q and S is 14 m. Calculate the height, in
cm, of flagpole SR.
A.

10.94

C.

15.59

B.

11.03

D.

17.92
[J 2008, No.16]

(I)

27

Bearing 1mark

## The bearing of G from F is

A.

110

C.

290

B.

250

D.

310
[2003, No.14]

112 Points P, Q and R lie on horizontal plane. P is due south of Q. The bearing of R from Q is 150 and the
bearing of P from R is 300. Which of the follwoing diagrams shows the posititon of P, Q and R ?
A.

C.

B.

D.

[2004, No.18]

A.

035

C.

125

B.

055

D.

215

[2005, No.16]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

28

114 Point M and N lie on a horizontal plane. The bearing of M from N is 060. Which of the following diagrams
shows the positions of M and N.
A.

C.

B.

D.

[2006, No.17]
115 The diagram shows three points, P, Q and R, on a horizontal plane.

It is given that Q lies due north of P and the bearing of R is from Q is 075. Find the bearing of P from R.
A.

049

C.

229

B.

101

D.

281
[2007, No.16]

## It is given that P is due north of Q. Find the bearing of R from P.

A.

052

C.

104

B.

076

D.

128
[2008, No.17]

117 Point P and point Q lie on a horizontal plane. The bearing of P from Q is 220 . Which diagram shows the
location of P and Q ?
A.

C.

B.

D.

[J 2008, No.17]

(J)

29

## Earth as a Sphere 1 2 marks

118 In the diagram, N is the North Pole, S is the South Pole and NOS is the axis of the earth.

## Considering the four points A, B, C and D, which of these is (40N, 0E) ?

[2003, No.15]
119 P (15N, 10W), Q and R are three points on the earths surface. Q is due south of P. The difference in
latitude between P and Q is 50. R is due west of Q. The difference in longitude between Q and R is 70 .
The position of R is
A.

(65N, 60E)

C.

(35S, 60E)

B.

(65N, 80W)

D.

(35S, 80W)
[2004, No.17]

120 In the diagram, N is the North Pole, S is the South Pole, NOS is the axis of the earth and PR is a diameter of
the parallels of latitude.

## Find the position of point R.

A.

(40N, 70W)

C.

(40N, 110W)

B.

(40N, 70E)

D.

(40N, 110E)
[2005, No.17]

121 The diagram shows the position of five towns, A, B, C, D and X, on the surface of the earth.

[2005, No.18]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

30

122 In the diagram, N is the North Pole, S is the South Pole and O is the centre of the earth. R is the centre of the
circle of latitude 30N.

## The position of point P is

A.

(15S, 20E)

C.

(45S, 20E)

B.

(15S, 140E)

D.

(45S, 140E)
[2006, No.18]

123 In the diagram, N is the North Pole, S is the South Pole and NOS is the axis of the earth.

## Find the position of point Q.

A.

(38N, 15E)

C.

(52N, 15E)

B.

(38N, 65E)

D.

(52S, 65E)
[2007, No.17]

124 P and Q are two points on the Equator and O is the centre of the earth. Q lies due east of P. The longitude of P
is 40W and POQ = 125. Find the longitude of Q.
A.

55E

C.

140E

B.

85E

D.

165E
[2007, No.18]

125 In the diagram, NOS is the axis of the earth. PQ is a diameter of the parallel of latitude.

## Find the longitude of P.

A.

10W

C.

170W

B.

10E

D.

170E
[2008, No.18]

126 P and Q are two points on the surface of the earth and the latitude of P is 55 N. Given that Q is located 15
south of P, find the latitude of Q.
A.

40S

C.

70S

B.

40N

D.

70N
[J 2008, No.18]

(K)

31

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2003, No.19]

A.

6x2 + y2

C.

6x2 6xy + y2

B.

6x2 y2

D.

3x2 9xy y2
[2004, No.20]

## 129 (3h + 4) (2h 5) =

A.

6h2 7h + 20

C.

6h2 23h + 20

B.

6h2 7h 20

D.

6h2 23h 20
[2005, No.19]

130 3x2 x (1 x) =
A.

2x2 1

C.

4x2 1

B.

2x2 x

D.

4x2 x
[2006, No.19]

A.

B.

m
n

m
n2

m
2

n ( m 3n)

C.

D.

m2
n2
3m 2
4n
[2006, No.20]

A.

3x2 3xy + y2

C.

3x2 + xy y2

B.

3x2 5xy + y2

D.

3x2 5xy y2
[2007, No.19]

A.

3pq 2

C.

6pq 2

B.

4pq 2

D.

7pq 2
[2008, No.19]

(L)

134

h3
2h

=
3h
h

A.

2h 3
3h

C.

2h 3
3h

B.

2h 1
3h

D.

4h 3
3h

32

[2003, No.21]
135 Express

A.

B.

2
4n

3n
9n 2

7n 4

C.

9n

5n 4

D.

9n

n2
9n 2
n2
9n 2
[2004, No.19]

136 Express

p
1 p

## as a single fraction in its simplest form.

3m
m

pm 3m p

A.

3m

pm 3m p

B.

3m

C.

4p 3
3m

D.

2 3
3m
[2005, No.20]

137 Express

A.

B.

p3
p

p2
as a single fraction in its simplest form.
p

3 p p2
p

3 p p2
p2

C.

D.

3 p p2
p

3 p p2
p2

[2007, No.21]
138 Express

A.

B.

2(5 h)
h3

## as a single fraction in its simplest form.

h
h2

h 2 h 10

C.

h2
h 2 2h 10
h2

D.

h 2 h 13
h2
h 2 2h 13
h2
[2008, No.20]

139 Express

A.

B.

p3
p

p2 3
p

p2 6
2p2

p2
as a single fraction in its simplest form.
2p

C.

D.

p2 2p 3
p2
p2 4p 6
2p2

[J 2008, No.19]

(M)

33

5 p 1
p
=
, then n =
n
3

A.

3 (5 p 1) 2
p

C.

B.

3 (5 p 2 1) 2
p

D.

5 p 1

5 p 1

[2003, No.22]

2t

n 1

= 3, then n =
2

A.

36t2 + 1

C.

2t

B.

(6t 1)2

D.

2t

1
2

[2004, No.21]

## 142 Given that y

w
, express w in terms of y.
1 w

A.

y
1 y

C.

1 y
y

B.

y
1 y

D.

1 y
y

[2005, No.21]

## 143 Given that

8m 2 n
mn n , express m in term of n.
3

A.

n
8 3n

C.

5n
3n 8

B.

n
3n 8

D.

5n
8 3n
[2006, No.21]

1
3

A. m = 9kT2
B.

m = 3kT2

m
,
k

C.

T2
9k

D.

T2
3k
[2007, No.20]

A.

B.

10
T

100
T

1
H M

34

C.

D.

100
T

10
T

T2M
T2M
[2008, No.21]

## 146 Given that k (m + 2) = 3m,

express m in terms of k.

A.

m=

k 2
2

C.

m=

k 2
4

B.

m=

k2
2

D.

m=

k2
4
[J 2008, No.20]

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35

## 147 Given that

1
p + 1 = 4, then p =
3

A.

C.

11

B.

D.

15
[2003, No.20]

A.

C.

7
2

B.

D.

7
4
[2004, No.22]

A.

1
6

C.

1
3

B.

1
4

D.

2
5
[2005, No.22]

## 150 Given that

5
4k 2 (3 k ) , then k =
2

A.

17
12

C.

17
6

B.

17
10

D.

17
4
[2006, No.22]

## 151 Given that

x 1
= 2x 1, find the value of x.
5

A.

2
9

C.

5
9

B.

4
11

D.

2
3
[2007, No.22]

## 152 Given that p + 2 =

3(1 2 p )
, calculate the value of p.
4

A.

1
2

C.

1
10

B.

1
5

D.

1
6
[2008, No.22]

## 153 Given that

1
( 3n + 2 ) = n 2, calculate the value of n.
5

A.

C.

B.

D.

6
[J 2008, No.21]

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## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

36

Indices 1 2 marks

154 Simplify 4m 1 n 2

m2 p3
p9

A.
B.

16n
p

4mn

C.

p3

p3
16mn 2

D.

p6

[2003, No.23]

8 3
6

1
3

3 4 .

A.

1
4

C.

4
9

B.

1
9

D.

9
4
[2003, No.24]

156

3
4

A.

r3

C.

r 4

B.

r4

D.

r 3

[2004, No.23]
1

157 Simplify

m 6 (9e 2 ) 2
1
3 6 3
(m e )

A.

9m 2
e

C.

B.

9m 3
e

D.

3m 5
e

3m 5
e4
[2004, No.24]

158 (m2)4 m5 =
A.

C.

m11

B.

m3

D.

m13
[2005, No.23]

9
32x

A.

C.

2
3

B.

D.

1
2
[2005, No.24]

14 2

A.

2 7

C.

212 75

B.

26 72

D.

216 71

37

82 7 3

160 Simplify

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

[2006, No.23]

161

7
3x 5

can be written as

A.

7 5
x
3

C.

21 x5

B.

7 5
x
3

D.

21 x5
[2007, No.23]

162 Simplify

1
3

e2 f 3.

A.

e7 f

C.

ef

B.

e7 f 3

D.

e f 3
[2007, No.24]

mn

A.

m = 2, n = 3

C.

m = 3, n = 2

B.

m = 2, n = 3

D.

m = 3, n = 2
[2008, No.23]

164 Simplify

( m 2 n 4 ) 1
m 4 n 3

A.

m2 n7

C.

m6 n1

B.

m2 n 7

D.

m6 n
[2008, No.24]

165 Simplify :

pn 3

n2 ( pn1 )

A.

n3

C.

p5 n3

B.

n5

D.

p5 n5
[J 2008, No.22]

(P)

38

## Linear Inequalities 1 2 marks

166 List all the integers x which satisfy both the inequalities 2x + 1 19 and
A.

9, 10

C.

9, 10, 11

B.

10, 11

D.

10, 11, 12

3x
9.
4

[2003, No.25]

167 The diagram represents two simultaneous linear inequalities on a number line.

The inequality which represents the common value of both the inequalities is
A.

1 x 2

C.

1 < x 2

B.

1 x < 2

D.

1 < x < 2
[2003, No.26]

168 Given that x is an integer, find all the values of x that satisfy both of the inequalities x < 4 and
11 3x 5.
A.

2, 3

C.

2, 3, 4

B.

3, 4

D.

3, 4, 5
[2004, No.25]

## 169 The solution for

m
1 2m 4 is
2

A.

m 2

C.

m 2

B.

m2

D.

m 2
[2004, No.26]

170 List all the integers x that satisfy the inequalities 3x 8 < x 5 + 4x.
A.

0, 1, 2, 3

C.

1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4

B.

1, 0, 1, 2, 3

D.

2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
[2005, No.25]

x
1
1 x and
( x 4) x .
3
2

A.

1, 0, 1, 2, 3

C.

1, 0, 1

B.

0, 1, 2, 3

D.

0, 1
[2006, No.24]

4x + 5 < 1

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

39

2x
is
3

A.

7
3

C.

1
3

B.

6
7

D.

2
7
[2007, No.25]

173 Which number line represents the solution of the simultaneous linear inequalities 2x 3 5 and 4 x > 6 ?
A.

B.

C.

D.

[2008, No.25]

174 List all the integers x which satisfy the inequalities 2 < x + 1 < 6.
A.

3, 4

C.

2, 3, 4, 5

B.

2, 3, 4

D.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5
[J 2008, No.23]

175 Which of the following inequalities satisfy the simultaneous line inequalities 4p 3 p and p + 2
A.

4 p 1

C.

p 1 and p 1

B.

1 p 4

D.

p 1 and p 4

1
p.
2

[J 2008, No.24]

(Q)

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

40

Statistics ( 2 3 marks )

176 The diagram is a pictograph showing the sale of magazines in a particular week. The number of sports
magazines sold is not shown.
Fashion
Entertainment

# # # # # # # #
# # # # #

Sports
# represents 12 copies of magazines
Entertainment magazines make up 25% of the total sales that week. Calculate the number of sports magazines
sold.
A.

29

C.

84

B.

39

D.

94
[2003, No.39]

177 .The diagram is a pie chart showing the amount spent on five types of groceries in a shop on a particular day.
The total spend on these groceries is RM400. The amount spent on margerine is RM80.

Find the ratio of the amount spent on margarine to the amount spent on sugar.
A.

1:5

C.

3 : 10

B.

3:4

D.

4 : 15
[2003, No.40]

178 The diagram is a bar chart which shows the scores of a group of pupils in a test.

## State the modal score..

A.

C.

B.

D.

2
[2004, No.27]

179 The diagram is a pie chart which shows the combined results of a test taken by two group of students. The table
shows the results of the groups, but is incomplete.

A.

300

C.

340

B.

310

D.

380
[2004, No.28]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

41

180 The table is a frequency table which shows the mass of fish caught by 20 fisherman.
Mass of fish caught (kg)

Frequency

11 13

14 16

17 19

20 22

23 25

## Calculate the mean mass, in kg, of fish caught by a fisherman.

A.

16.1

C.

18.1

B.

17.1

D.

20.0
[2005, No.26]

181 The diagram is a pictograph which shows the number of fruit trees in an orchard.
Durian

Rambutan

Mangosteen
represents 25 trees
The ratio of rambutan trees to mangosteen trees is 3 : 2. Find the number of durian trees and mangosteen trees
altogether.
A.

225

C.

300

B.

275

D.

400
[2005, No.27]

182 The table shows the distribution of the scores of a group of pupils in a quiz.
Score

Frequency

## The median score of the distribution is

A.

C.

B.

1.5

D.

2.5
[2006, No.25]

183 The diagram is a pictograph showing the number of eggs sold in January and February. The number of eggs
sold in March and April are not shown.
January

February

March
April
represents 200 eggs
A total of 5000 eggs were sold in those four months. The number of eggs sold in March was three times the
number of eggs sold in April. The number of eggs sold in March was
A.

1500

C.

2250

B.

2000

D.

3000
[2006, No.26]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

42

184 The diagram shows a set of six pieces of data where x represents an integer.
3, 3, 6, x, x, 3
The mode for the data is 3 and the median is 4. Two new pieces of data, 4 and 7, where put into the set.
Calculate the mean for those eight pieces of data.
A.

4.00

C.

4.25

B.

4.13

D.

4.50
[2006, No.27]

185 The diagram is a bar chart which shows the sales of handphones. The sales in August are not shown.

The sales in August is 40% of the total sales during the four months,
handphones were sold in August ?
A.

60

C.

120

B.

72

D.

140

## from May to August. How many

[2007, No.26]
186 The bar chart showing the number of students from three schools, P, Q and R, who participate in the
Program Latihan Khidmat Negara. The pie chart showing the number of these students, according to
gender.

A.

120

C.

200

B.

150

D.

210
[2007, No.27]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

43

187 The diagram is a bar chart showing the number of medals obtained by a school in a sports championship in the
year 2007.

If a pie chart is drawn to represent the given information, calculate the difference of the angle sector which
represent the bronze and silver medals.
A.

10

C.

40

B.

30

D.

60
[2008, No.26]

## 188 The table shows the sales of four types of gifts.

Flowers

Toys

Books

Pens

Frequency

18

10

Given that the mode of the gifts is flowers, find the maximum value x.
A.

16

C.

18

B.

17

D.

19
[2008, No.27]

189 The diagram is a pie chart which shows the types of drink commonly ordered by the customers in a caf.

A.

Fruit juice

C.

Syrup

B.

Coffee

D.

Tea
[J 2008, No.25]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

44

190 The diagram is a bar chart showing the total sales of washing machines for a company in June. The company
has a total of 400 washing machines of brands, K, L and M in stock at the beginning of June.

Calculate the number of remaining washing machines that the company has in stock at the end of June.
A.

120

C.

260

B.

220

D.

340
[J 2008, No.26]

## 191 Scores obtained by a group of students in a game are as follows :

4, 5, 2, 3, 2, 1, 5, 2, 4, 8
Find the score median of the distribution.
A.

1.5

C.

B.

D.

3
3.5
[J 2008, No.27]

192 The table shows the distribution of the score of 30 students in a quiz.
Score

Number of students

09

10 19

20 29

11

30 39

40 49

A.

21.67

C.

26.17

B.

25.67

D.

26.67
[J 2008, No.28]

(R)

45

## 193 Which one of the following graphs represents y = x2 3 ?

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2003, No.30]
194 Which of the following graphs represents y =

2
?
x

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2004, No.29]
195 Which of the following graphs represents y = x2 4 ?
A.

C.

B.

D.

[2005, No.28]
196 Which of the following graphs represents y = 10 2x ?
3

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2006, No.28]

46

## 197 Which of the following graph represents y = x2 + 5 ?

A.

C.

B.

D.

[2007, No.28]
198 Which graph represents y = x2 x + 2 ?
A.

C.

B.

D.

[2008, No.28]

1
x3 ?
2

A.

C.

B.

D.

[J 2008, No.29]

(S)

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

47

Sets 3 marks

200 Given that the universal set = J K L, J K and K L = , the Venn diagram that represent these
relationships is
A.
C.

B.

D.

[2003, No.32]
201 The diagram shows a Venn diagram with the universal set = E F G.

Considering the four regions, A, B, C and D, which of these represents the set E F G ?
[2003, No.33]
202 The diagram shows a Venn diagram with the universal set = {Year Five pupils}, set M = {Pupils who read a
Malay language newspaper} and set R = {Pupils who read an English language newspaper}.

Given that n (M) = 80, n (R) = 104, n (M R) = 12 and the number of pupils who do not read either
newspaper is 4, find the total number of Year Five pupils.
A.

172

C.

196

B.

176

D.

200

[
2003, No.34]

203 The diagram is a Venn diagram which shows the elements of set P, Q and R.

A.

{1, 2}

C.

{1, 2, 5}

B.

{3, 6}

D.

{3, 4, 6}
[2004, No.30]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

48

204 The diagram is a Venn diagram which shows the universal sel , set P, and set Q.

## The shaded region in the Venn diagram represents the set

A.

P Q

C.

P Q

B.

P Q

D.

PQ
[2004, No.31]

205 It is given that the universal set = { x : 1 x 12, x is an integer}, set P = {2, 3, 7, 9 }, set Q = { x : x is a
prime number}, and set R = { x : x is a multiple of 4 }. The elements of the set (PR) Q are
A.

5, 11

B.

1, 5, 11

C.

2, 3, 11
D.

2, 3, 9
[2004, No.32]

206 Which of the following Venn diagrams represent set R S such that the universal set = R S ?
A.

C.

B.

D.

[2005, No.29]
207 Diagram is a Venn diagram with the universal set = P Q R.

## Which of the region, A, B, C, and D, represents the set P Q R ?

[2005, No.30]
208 Diagram is a Venn diagram that shows the elements of set R, set S, and set T.

It is given that the universal set = R S T and n (S) = n (S T). Find the value of x.
A.

C.

10

B.

D.

11
[2005, No.31]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

49

209 It is given that the universal set, = { x : 19 x < 31, x is an integer } and set R = { x : x is a number such
that the sum of its two digits is an even number }. Find set R.
A.

C.

B.

D.

## { 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 30 }

[2006, No.29]

210 The diagram is a Venn diagram showing the universal set , set P and set Q.

## The region (P Q) is equivalent to the region

A.

P Q

C.

P Q

B.

P Q

D.

P Q
[2006, No30]

211 The table shows data obtained from a survey of 100 television viewers, and the diagram is a Venn diagram that
represents part of the information in the table.

Find the number of viewer who watched sports or news and also entertainment programmes
A.

26

C.

47

B.

39

D.

51
[2006, No31]

## 212 List all the subsets of set X = { m , n }.

A.

{ m }, { n }

B.

{ m }, { n }, {

C.

{ m }, { n }, { m , n }

D.

{ m }, { n }, { m , n } , {

}
[2007, No29]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

50

213 The diagram is a Venn diagram showing the universal set, = { Form Five students }, set L = { Students who
play badminton } and set M = { Students who play tennis }.

Given n ( ) = 60, n (L) = 25, n (M) = 12 and n (L M) = 8, find the number of students who do not play
the two games.
A.

15

C.

31

B.

23

D.

52
[2007, No30]

214 Given the universal set = P Q, set P = { 0, 1, 2 } and set Q = { 2, 3, 4, 5 }, find the value of n { }
A.

C.

B.

D.

4
[2007, No31]

215 The diagram is a Venn diagram showing the elements of the universal set, , set T and set U

## List all the elements of set U.

A.

{q}

C.

{ l, p, q}

B.

{ l, q }

D.

{ l, p, q, n}
[2008, No29]

216 The diagram shows a Venn diagram with the unisersal set, = R S.

A.

123

C.

173

B.

148

D.

198
[2008, No.30]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

51

217 The diagram is a Venn diagram showing the number of students in set G, M and S. It is given that set
G = { Geography Society Members}, set M = {Mathematics Society Members}, set S = {Science Society
Members} and universal set, = G M S.

If the number of students who join both the Science and the Mathematics Society is 8, find the number of
students who join only two societies.
A.

13

C.

16

B.

15

D.

18
[2008, No31]

218 The diagram shows a Venn diagram with the universal set, ,, set T and set S

## List all the elements of set S.

A.

{ 1, 4 }

C.

{ 1, 4, 5 }

B.

{ 3, 7 }

D.

{ 1, 3, 4, 7 }
[J 2008, No.30]

219 The diagram shows a Venn diagram with the unisersal set, = { Form Five Students }, set P = { Members of
Science Society }, set Q = { Members of Mathematics Society } and set R = { Members of Geography Society }

It is given that n (P) = 82, n (Q) = 90, n (R) = 40 and n (P Q) = 24. The number of Form Five students
who are not a member of any of the three societies is 35. Find the total number of Form Five stedents.
A.

271

C.

223

B.

236

D.

188
[J 2008, No.31]

220 The diagram is a Venn diagram showing the number of elements in sets P, Q and R

A.

C.

10

B.

D.

17
[J 2008, No.32]

(T)

52

A.

2
7

B.

C.

7
2

D.

7
[2003, No.31]

## 222 The diagram shows a straight line LM on a Cartesian plane.

A.

B.

1
2

C.

1
2

D.

1
[2004, No.33]

223 The diagram shows two straight lines, PQ and QR, on a Cartesian plane.

The gradient of QR is 4 and the distance of PQ is 15 units. Find the x-intercept of PQ.
A.

C.

9
4

B.

12

D.

15
4
[2004, No.34]

A.
B.

3
4

4
3

C.

D.

8
[2005, No.32]

53

## What is the gradient of PQ ?

A.

B.

C.

1
2

D.

1
2
2
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226 The coordinates of point P are (1, 1) and the gradient of the straight line PQ is 2. The coordinates of point
Q could be
A.

(3, 3)

C.

(3, 1)

B.

(3, 9)

D.

(3. 7)
[2006, No.32]

1
.
4

A.

1
12

C.

B.

3
4

D.

12
[2006, No.33]

A.

C.

3
2

B.

D.

2
3
[2007, No.32]

A.

5
2

B.

C.

5
2

5
4
D.

5
4
[2007, No.33]

54

A.

C.

1
2

B.

D.

1
3
[2008, No.32]

A.

C.

B.

D.

8
[2008, No.33]

## 232 The diagram shows a straight line, KL on a Cartesian plane

3
. Find the value of h.
2

A.

11
3

C.

B.

13
3

D.

11
[J 2008, No.33]

A.

B.

6
5

C.
D.

3
5
3
[J 2008, No.34]

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Probability I 2 3 marks

234 In a group of 90 students, 70 are girls. A further 10 boys then joined the group. If a student chosen at random
from the group, state the probability that the student chosen is a boy.
A.

2
9

C.

1
10

B.

7
9

D.

3
10
[2003, No.37]

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

10

C.

70

B.

50

D.

80
[2003, No.38]

## 236 The diagram shows some number cards

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

A.

2
3

C.

1
2

B.

1
3

D.

1
6
[2004, No.35]

237 Irma has a collection of stamps from Kelantan, Perak, and Sarawak. She picks one stamp at random. The
4
1
probability of picking a Perak stamp is
and the probability of picking a Sarawak stamp is
. Imran
9
3
has 10 Kelantan stamps. Calculate the total number of stamps in her collection.
A.

20

C.

45

B.

25

D.

90
[2004, No.36]

238 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.

1
5

C.

3
5

B.

2
5

D.

4
5
[2004, No.37]

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239 The table shows the distribution of a group of 90 pupils playing a game.

Girls
Boys

Form Four
33
18

Form Five
15
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.

11
30

B.

7
15

C.
D.

8
15

11
17
[2005, No.34]

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

C.

21

B.

D.

24
[2005, No.35]

241 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.

4
11

B.

5
11

C.

6
11
D.

7
11
[2006, No.34]

242 A box contains 4 red marbles, 2 white marbles and a number of blue marbles. A marble is chosen at random
1
from a box. The probability of choosing a white marble is
. Find the probability of choosing a blue
8
marble.
A.

1
4

C.

5
8

B.

3
8

D.

3
4
[2006, No.35]

243 A box contains 5 red marbles and 21 green marbles. Lim put another 4 red marbles and 1 green marble inside
the box. A marble is chosen at random from the box. What is the probability that a red marble is chosen ?
A.

5
31

C.

5
26

B.

9
31

D.

9
26
[2007, No.34]

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244 In a training session, Ann has many trials to score a goal. The probability that Ann scores a goal in a trail is
9
. In 60 trials chosen randomly, how many times does Ann fail to score a goal ?
20
A.

11

C.

33

B.

27

D.

49
[2007, No.35]

245 A box contains 48 cups. There are blue cups and white cups. A cup is chosen at random from the box. The
1
probability that a blue cup is chosen is
. How many blue cups need to be added to the box so that the
6
probability that a blue cup is chosen is

1
?
2

A.

C.

24

B.

16

D.

32
[2008, No.34]

## 246 The diagram shows 16 identical cubes, labelled X, Y and Z.

A cube is chosen at random. State the probability that the cube chosen is not labeled Y
A.

3
16

B.

5
16

C.

7
16
D.

9
16
[2008, No.35]

247 Form Five Bestari had 40 students. When a student was chosen at random from this class, the probability of

3
. A group of 4 girls is transferred to another class and replaced by 7 boys. A student
4
is then chosen at random from this class. Calculate the probability of choosing a boy from this class.
choosing a girl was

A.

17
47

C.

17
43

B.

10
47

D.

10
43
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248 The table shows the number of students in the Science stream and the Arts stream in a school.
Stream

Science

Arts

Number of students

55

65

A group of k students is transferred from the Arts stream to the Science stream. A student is chosen at random
3
from the group. The probability of choosing a student from the Science stream is
. Calculate the value of
5
k.
A.

17

C.

33

B.

26

D.

72
[J 2008, No.36]

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Variations 2 3 marks

## 249 Given that p is directly proportional to n2 and p = 36 when n = 3, express p in terms of n.

A.

p = n2

C.

p = 9n2

B.

p = 4n2

D.

p = 12n2
[2003, No.35]

250 The table shows some values of the variables w, x and y, which satisfy the relation w
w

18

x
y

## Calculate the value of n.

A.

C.

12

B.

D.

36
[2003, No.36]

251 P varies directly as the square root of Q. The relation between P and Q is
A.

PQ

B.

P Q2

1
2

C.

D.

1
1

Q2
1
Q2

[2004, No.38]
252 The table shows the relation between three variables, p, m and r.

Given that p

m
r

## , calculate the value of w.

A.

16

C.

36

B.

24

D.

81
[2004, No.39]

253 The table shows some values of the variables x and y such that y varies inversely as the square root of x.
x

16

A.

y=3

B.

y=

12
x

C.

y=

D.

y=

3 2
x
8

96
x2
[2005, No.36]

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59

254 It is given that y varies directly as the square root of x and y = 15 when x = 9. Calculate the value of x when
y = 30
A.

C.

25

B.

18

D.

36
[2005, No.37]

255 The table shows some values of the variables w, x and y such that w varies directly as the square of x and
inversely as y.
w

40

## Calculate the value of m.

A.

90

C.

30

B.

45

D.

15
[2005, No.38]

256 It is given that w varies directly with the cube of p and w = 8 when p = 4. Calculate the value of p when
w = 27.
A.

3
8

C.

B.

3
2

D.

24
[2006, No.36]

1
x

## and y = 3 when x = 36 . Calculate the value of y when x = 4.

A.

C.

18

B.

D.

48
[2006, No.37]

258 The table shows two sets of values of p, q and r, which satisfy r pq.
p

10

12

A.

0.2

C.

2.4

B.

1.2

D.

7.2
[2006, No.38]

60

x

32

## It is given that y varies directly as the cube of x. Calculate the value of n.

A.

C.

16

B.

D.

30
[2007, No.36]

260 P varies inversely as the square root of M. Given that the constant is k, find the relation between P and M
A.

P = kM

B.

P=

1
2

C.

P = kM2

D.

P=

k
M

1
2

k
M2
[2007, No.37]

## 261 The relation between the variables x, y and z is x

Calculate the value of z when x =

y
5
. It is given that x =
when y = 2 and z = 8.
z
4

5
and y = 6.
3

A.

C.

32

B.

18

D.

72
[2007, No.38]

54

72

36

A.

24

C.

48

B.

27

D.

64

[2008, No.36]

## 263 Given y varies inversely as x3, and that y = 4 when x =

A.

1
8

C.

B.

1
2

D.

1
1
. Calculate the value of x when y =
.
16
2

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61

264 It is given that P varies directly as the square root of Q and inversely as the square of R. Find the relation
between P, Q and R.
A.

B.

Q2
R

Q
R

C.

D.

R2
Q

R
R2
[2008, No.38]

265 It is given that p varies directly as the square root of w and that p = 5 when w = 4. Express p in
terms of w.
A.

p=

B.

p=

5 2
w
16

80
w

C.

p=

D.

p=

5
2

10
w

[J 2008, No.37]

266 The table shows some values of the variables m and n, such that m varies inversely as the cube of n.

A.

4
27

B.

4
9

1
2

3
C.

D.

9
16

27
16
[J 2008, No.38]

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

(W)

Matrices 1 3 marks

267

A.

15

C.

B.

12

D.

1
2

3 +

62

13

15

13
[2003, No.27]

x
1

A.

C.

B.

D.

6
[2003, No.28]

5
269
3

=
4

A.

10

C.

10

16

B.

12

28

D.

10

12

16
[2003, No.29]

h k 1

2 13

A.

C.

10

B.

D.

11

[2004, No.40]

3
271 2
4

1
1

6
1

A.

10

B.

4
3

C.

D.

8
[2005, No.39]

272 Given

3
5
k

0
= 24
1

A.

12

C.

B.

D.

8
[2005, No.40]

5
273
7

2
3
1
2

0
3

3
2

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

63

A.

14

15

13

C.

15

13

B.

13

16

D.

10

0
[2006, No.39]

4p

274 If

= ( 7 ), then p =

A.

C.

1
2

B.

D.

7
9
[2006, No.40]

3
275
1

5
=
2

C.

15

35

D.

15

A.

B.

20

4
8

4
[2007, No.39]

0
2
7
3

2

m
2

A.

C.

B.

D.

6
[2007, No.40]

3
1
=
0
4

277 3
4

A.

10

3
0

B.

3
0

C.

2
3
4

12

0
4

12

D.

1
[2008, No.39]

278

## [ SPM MATEMATIK 1449/1, 2003 - 2008 ]

2 1

A.

15

C.

B.

D.

15

7 + 3 1

64

2 =

[2008, No.40]

5
279
8

1
2

A.

14

B.

10
5

2
1

10
2

3
=
1
C.

10

12

D.

12

5
[ J 2008, No.39]

1
280 Given that
2

3
5
=
, find the value of x.
2
0

A.

C.

B.

D.

3
[ J 2008, No.40]