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# SET 10

## 1. In Diagram 1, set A shows the images of certain elements of set B

3 e
2 f
1
g
-1
h
Set A Set B

DIAGRAM 1
(a) State the type of relation between set A and set B
(b) The range of the relation [2 marks]

(b) _________________
f 2x − 3
x
x

a
5

DIAGRAM 2
2x − 3
2. Diagram 2 shows the function f : x → ,x ≠ 0,
x
find the value of a [2 marks]

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## 3. A quadratic equation x 2 + 3 x = kx + 4 has distinct roots.

Find the possible values of k . [3 marks]

4. The roots of the quadratic equation 2 x 2 − 5 x + 4 + k = 0 are h and 3,
find the value of k and h [3 marks]

## Answer: k = _____, p = _______

5. Diagram 3 shows the graph of a quadratic function y = 2( x + 3) 2 + p where p is a

## constant. The curve has a minimum point A(q,−5) where q is a constant.

y

(0, r )
O x
A(q,− 5)
DIAGRAM 3
State the value of
(a) p
(b) q
(c) r
(b)_________________

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(c)__________________
6. Find the range of the values of x for (2 x + 5)( x − 4) < 3 x [3 marks]

7. Solve the equation 6 x +3 − 6 2 x −1 = 0 [3 marks]

## 9. Solve the equation log 3 (5 x − 4) = 2 − log 3 x [3 marks]

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10.The sum of the first n terms of an arithmetic progression is S n = 6n − 2n .
2

Calculate
(a) the first term of the progression
(b) the common different of the progression [3 marks]

11. Given that 14, - 28, 56, ………, 224 is a geometric progression
Find the number of terms of the progression. [2 marks]

## 12. Given the points A(3,0) , B (7,8) and C (1, k )

(a) Express vector AB in terms of i and j ,

## (b) Find the value of k if vector OC is parallel to vector AB . [4 marks]

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(b) _________________
13. Diagram 4 shows a square grid.

B
A
C
O DIAGRAM 4

## Given that OA = a , OB = b . Express in terms of a and b , vector

(a) OC

(b) DC [2 marks]

(b)__________________

14. Diagram 5 shows the sector ROS of the circle with center O ,
radius is 13 cm and the length of OP is 5 cm.

O S
DIAGRAM 5

Calculate
(a) the value of ϑ , in radian
(b) the area, in cm 2 , of the shaded region [4 marks]

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15. Diagram 6 shows the sector OAB with centre O.

θ
B

DIAGRAM 6
Given that the length of the major arc AB is 45.51cm and the radius is 9 cm,
find the value of θ , in radian (Use π = 3.142 ). [3
marks]

## 16. Diagram 7 shows the curve y = f (x)

y
y = f (x)

A B (4,3)

x
O

DIAGRAM 7
4
2
Given that the area of the shaded region is 8 unit , find the value of ∫ ydx .
0
[2 marks]

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2
x2 dy
17. Given that y = and = g (x) , calculate the value of ∫ 2 g ( x)dx [3 marks]
x+3 dx 0

## 18. Given that y = 2 x 3 − 3 x 2 − 2 x

(a) Find the gradient of the curve at the point (2,4)
(b) Hence, find the approximate change in y
when x changes from 4 to 3.8 [4 marks]

(b)___________

## 19. Solve simultaneous equations 2 x − y = 4 and x 2 − 2 y 2 − xy = −5 . [5 marks]

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20. Table shows the values of two variables, x and y, obtained from an experiment.

Variable x and y are related by the equation y = pq x where p and q are constants
x 1.0 3.0 5.0 7.0 8.0
y 1.78 2.24 2.82 3.55 3.98

TABLE 1

## (a) Plot log y against x , by using a scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x – axis

and 2 cm to 0.1 unit on the log y – axis. Hence, draw the line of best fit. [4 marks]
(b) Use your graph from (a) to find the value of
(i) p
(ii) q
(iii) y when x = 2.5 [6 marks]

21. A society is going to organize a culture night at a hall. The society is selling
twos of tickets, RM20 for members and RM30 for non-members. The ticket
Sold to non-members must not be more than three times of the tickets sold to
members. The hall can only accommodate 800 people. The society would like
to gain a collection of at least RM15 000 from this activity. The society has sold
x tickets to members and y tickets to non members
(a) Write down three inequalities, other than x ≥ 0 and y ≥ 0 ,
that satisfy all of the above condition. [3 marks]
(b) Hence, using a scale of 1 cm to 100 people on both axes, construct and
shaded the region R that satisfied all the above constraints. [3
marks]
(c) Using the graph from (b), find
(i) the minimum number of tickets that can be sold to members.
(ii) calculate the maximum profit that can be collected [4 marks]

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22. (a)The bar graph shows the selling price for three kinds of goods
in the year 2000 and 2006

Price(RM)
40
30 Year 2000
20
Year 2006
10
Good
X Y Z

## By using the year 2000 as the base year, calculate

(i) the price indices for each goods [3 marks]
(ii) the composite index for the year 2006 [2 marks]

(b) Table 3 shows the price indices and the weight for four goods
for the year 2003 based on the year 1998. Given that the
number of composite index for the year 2003 is 122.

## Goods Price Indices Weight

Bed 100 2
Wardrobe 120 m
Washing machine 130 3
Refrigerator 150 1

TABLE 2
Calculate
(i) the value of m [3
marks]
(ii) the price for a refrigerator in the year 2003 if its price in
the year 1998 was RM500 [2 marks]

23. (a) Table 3 shows result of a survey of shoe sizes at a number of warehouse.

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## Shoe Size Number of warehouse

35 6
36 5
30 4
TABLE 3
Find the standard deviation of shoe size stored in the warehouses [3 marks]
(b) Table 4 shows frequency distribution of marks for 40 students in a school.

## Marks Number of student

20 – 39 6
40 – 59 9
60 – 79 13
80 – 99 12

TABLE 4
(i) Find the range [2 marks]
(ii) Without plotting an ogive, calculate the upper quartile [2 marks]

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15. θ = 1.227 3
1. (a) many to one 1
(b) { f , g}
1 16. 4 2

2. a = −1 2
17 8 1
5 3
3. k > 7, k < −1 3

4. h = −0.5 1
18. (a) 10 3
k = −7 2
(b) δy = −3.6
5. (a) p = −5 1
4
1 x = 3, y = −
(b) q = −3 19. 5 5
(b) r = 13 1 x = 1, y = 2
6. −2< x <5 3
(c) p = 1.58
20. q = 1.122
7. x=4 3 y = 2.089 − 2.140

8. n +1 − m 4
(a) y ≤ 3x
x + y ≤ 800
9. 9 3
x= 20 x + 30 y ≥ 15000
4 (b)
21.
(a) a = 4
10. (b) d = 16 3
R

## (c) (i) 140

11. n=5 2
(ii) RM22 000

(a) (i)
12. 4i + 8 j 1 X = 150, Y = 100, Z = 133.33 3
(a) 2
22. (ii)122.22
(b) (i) m = 4
(b) k = 2 3 3
(ii) 750 2

13. 1
(a) OC = b − a (a) σ = 2.4495 3
23. (b) (i) 60 2
(b) CD = a − 2b (ii) 82.83 2
1

(b) 69.372 2