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**SMP NEGERI 111 JAKARTA
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FINAL TERM COMPETENCY TEST ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2010 SUBJECT GRADE TIME : MATHEMATICS : 7 RSBI : 120 MINUTES

1. Choose the best answer by crossing a, b, c or d on the answer sheet. 2. You have 120 minutes to finish the best. 3. There are 40 test items, each with 4 options. 4. Check and read the best items before your answer them. 5. Report to the test supervisor if you wind a blurred, damaged, or incomplete test paper. 6. If necessary, ask the test supervisor for a piece of scrap paper. 7. You are not allowed to use a calculator, a mobile phone, a mathematical table, or other calculating devices. 8. Check your answer sheet before you submit it to the test supervisor. 9. You are not allowed to make notes on, photocopy, or multiply the test paper.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1. A Mathematics test has 40 problems. Each correct answer a scored 4, each wrong answer -1, and no answer is scored 0. Wulan takes this test. She answers 32 problems correctly, leaves 3 problems blank, and fails to provide correct answers to the remaining problems of the test. So, Wulan score is . . . . A. 32 B. 128 C. 125 D. 123 2. Calculate ( −3) 2 − 4 × ( −5) × ( −2) =... . A. -31 B. -20 C. 25 D. 49 3. The Result of ( 2 2 × 3 2 ) 2 is ... A. 48

B. 96 C. 729 D. 1,296

**4. The Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) of 15,
**

30, and 54 is …. A. 135 B. 180 C. 270 D. 360

**5. The fractions between
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A.

3 ad n 4

5 is …. 8

**1 3 1 1 B. 1 6 1 C. 2 4 D. 5 6. Look at the sequences of numbers below. From the smallest to the largest, which one is correct? 5 1 , A. 0.3 , 4 % B. 0.35 ,
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2 , 41% , 4

2 3 8 2 , , , 1 4 5 6 5

3 2 8 , 1 , 5 5 6

, C. 0.35 , 41% D.

2 3 2 8 , , 1 , 4 5 5 6

3 2 8 , 1 , 5 5 6

12.Given − 7 x 3 − 2 x 2 + 8 x − 12. The coefficient of X2 and constant is . . . . A. 2 and 12 B. -2 and 12 the C. 2 and -12 D. -2 and -12

2 , 0.35 , 41% , 4

7. If a = , b =

1 1 1 , and c = , 3 4 5 value of b (a + c) = …. 1 A. 1 2 3 B. 8 2 C. 3 2 D. 1 5

225 =15 , then 2250000

then

13.Look the algebraic terms below. Which one is a pair of like terms? A. 23x and -5xy B. 4ab and -5ba is …. C. xy2 and x2 y D. 5pr and 7p2r

8. If

**A. 150 B. 1,500 C. 15,000 D. 150,000 9.
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16 2 % is expressed in the fraction form as... 3

14. 4a + 5ab − 7 a 2 − 16 ab + 8a = ... A. 7 a 2 + 12 a − 21ab B. − 7 a 2 + 12 a − 11ab C. − 7 a 2 + 12 a + 11ab D. 7 a 2 + 4a + 21ab

A. B. C. D.

1 6

1 60

7 1 0

7 100

15.The product of 3ab 2 ( 2a − 5b + 3) is . . . . A. 6a2b2 – 15 ab3 + 9ab2 3 is . . . . 80 B. 6ab2 – 15 ab3 + 9ab2 C. 6ab2 + 15 ab3 + 9ab2 D. 6a2b2 + 15 ab3 + 9ab2

**10.The scientific notation of A. 3, 75 x 10 −4 B. 3,75 x 10 −3 C. 3, 75 x 10 −2 D. 3,75 x 1 0
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− 1

**16.The quotient of is . . . A.
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3p2r 2 q2

3p2r q

24 p 3 q 2 r 2 : 8 pq 4 r

11.The closest estimation of 218 : 21 is . . .. A. 0,11 B. 1,1 C. 11 D. 11,11

B.

C.

3p r 2 3q 2 3p2r q2

D.

17.Tiara has (5x-7) books, Ira has (2x+3) books, and Dewi has (8-3x) books. The sum of all the books is . . . . A. 4x+18 B. 4x+4 C. 10x+18 D. 10x+4 3 5 + 18.Calculate 2a b A. B.

8 2ab

D. There is 6 billion people in the world.

22.The solution of x-10 = 5-2x is . . . . A. X = 3 B. X = -3 C. X = -10 D. X = 5

**23.The value of y from 3(y – 5) = 2(y + 1) is…… A. y = 15 B. y = 17 C. y = 19 D. y = 21
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24.Given that x is . . . . A. 12 B. 9 C. 7 D. 4 2 x − 3 x +1 = . The value of 3 2

3b +10 a 2ab

15 C. 2ab

D.

3a +10 b 2ab

3p q − is . . . . 19.The difference of 2 3

A.

3p −q 6

3 p − 2q B. 6

C. D.

9p −q 6

9 p − 2q 6

25.The solution of 2(x+4)-3 < 15 and x is a counting number are . . . . A. {1,2,3,4} B. {1,2,3,4,5} C. {0,1,2,3,4} D. {0,1,2,3,4,5}

**8b 12c 2 × 20.The product of is . . . . 4a 6c 3
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4bc A. a B. C. D.

4b ac

4ab ac

4c a

21.Look at the sentences below. Which one is open sentence?

26. The solution of 3(p + 4) 20 is…… A. p 4 B. p 4 C. p - 4 D. p - 4

5p +

A. Car is a transportation. B. Wulan is a smart girl. C. 31 is a prime number.

27.In the map, the distance of two cities 4 cm. The real distance is 200 km. The scale of the map . . . A. 1 : 50 B. 1 : 5,000

C. 1 : 500,000 D. 1 : 5,000,000

28.The scale of the map is 1: 4,000. In the map, the distance of two places is 7.25 cm. the real distance is . . . . A. 29 km B. 29,000 km C. 29 m D. 290 m

32. Miss Vivi bought 25 kg of oranges for Rp 200,000.00.However, during the selling activity, she found 5 kg of the oranges damaged. She wants to make a profit of 10%. So, the selling price of the oranges per kg will be . . . . A. Rp 8,000.00 B. Rp 9,000.00 C. Rp 10,000.00 D. Rp 11,000.00 33. A television was sold for Rp 1,200,000.00. If the trader made a loss of 20%, what was the buying price of the television? A. Rp 960,000.00 B. Rp 1,000,000.00 C. Rp 1,440,000.00 D. Rp 1,500,000.00 34. The gross weight of 8 boxes of sugar is 200 kg and its tare is 2%. What is the net weight of each box of sugar? A. 25.00 kg

29.In the picture, the length and the width of a car are 4 centimeters and 1, 6 centimetres respectively. In reality, the length of the car is 4, 8 metres. What is the width of the car? A. 1,6 metres B. 1,75 metres C. 1,92 metres D. 2,16 metres

30.A trader bought 2 boxes of books for Rp. 45,000.00. Each box contains 10 books. If the selling price of each books is Rp 2,500.00, the trader make . . . . A. a profit of Rp. 5,000.00 B. a loss of Rp. 5,000.00 C. a loss of Rp. 20,000.00 D. neither a profit nor a loss

B. 24.75 kg C. 24.50 kg D. 24.00 kg 35. A shop gives a discount 10%. After the discount, the price of a T-shirt is Rp 45,000.00. what is the price of T-shirt before the discount? A. Rp 50,000.00 B. Rp 49,500.00

31.Father bought a motorcycle for Rp 7,500,000.00. He sold the motorcycle to his friend. The selling price of the motorcycle was Rp 8,000,000.00. What is the percentage of the profit or loss he made? A. a profit of 6.67 % B. a loss of 6.67 % C. a loss of 6.25 % D. a profit of 6.25 %

C. Rp 40,500.00 D. Rp 40,000.00 36. Mr John saves Rp 2,500,000.00 at the bank. The bank gives an interest rate of 16% per year. After 3 months, how much money does Mr John save? A. Rp 2,550,000.00 B. Rp 2,600,000.00 C. Rp 2,800,000.00 D. Rp 2,900,000.00

37.Look at the relation below? Which one is the inverse proportion? A. The relation between the number of workers and the days needed to finish the job B. The relation between the number of books and their price C. The relation between the number of chickens and the food needed D. The relation between the distance of two places and the time to reach it 38.Given that Alif’s money is Rp. 150,000. If the proportion of Alif’s to Badu’s money is 3:4, and the proportion of Badu’s to Cahya’s money is 8:9, how much money does Cahya have? A. Rp. 200,000.00 B. Rp. 225,000.00 C. Rp. 250,000.00 D. Rp. 300,000.00 39.The salary of 5 workers is Rp. 1,750,000.00.what is the salary of 12 workers? A. Rp. 3,500,000.00 B. Rp. 3,750,000.00 C. Rp. 4,200,000.00 D. Rp. 4,250,000.00

**KUNCI MATEMATIKA 40 SOAL
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