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Name: _______________________________
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Class:

Secondary

Date: __________________
Sri KDU Secondary School
Secondary 2 Integrated Mathematics Class Test 2 2015
National Topics:
Chapter 9: Loci in Two Dimensions
Chapter 10: Circles
Chapter 11: Transformations

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Checkpoint Topics
Chapter 11: Transformations (Checkpoint 2)
Chapter 18: Area and Volume (Checkpoint 2)
Chapter 24: Enlargement and scale drawing (Checkpoint 2)
Chapter 17: Position and movement (Checkpoint 3)
Chapter 24: Bearings and drawings (Checkpoint 3)
Chapter 25: Measure and the Circles (Checkpoint 3)

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes


Instructions
Calculator is NOT allowed for this class test.
Answer ALL questions.
1. A goat is tied by a rope to a post in a field. The rope is 12 m long.
Draw the locus of points that the goat can reach when the rope is tight.
Use a scale of 1 cm to 3 m.
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2. Sofia is standing on the balcony of her house and waters the plants in her garden. She only can
water the plant that is 3 meters from the balcony. Use a suitable scale and draw the locus of the
plants that she can water from the balcony.
[3 marks]

BALCONY

GARDEN

3. Tree P and tree Q are at a distance of 35m construct the diagram with a suitable scale.
Mark the points with , the location of points that are 24 m from tree Q and equidistance from
tree P and tree Q.
[4 marks]

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4. The diagram shows a regular hexagon


PQRSTU.

b) the locus of point Y which moves


such that it is constantly 6 units from
the point R.
(iii)

5.
6. State the lines which represent each of the
following loci.
7. [3 marks]
(i)
The locus of point X which moves such
that it is equidistant from point Q and
point S
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(ii)
The locus of point Y which moves such
that it is equidistant from the straight line
QR and UT.
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(iii)
The locus of point Z which moves such
that ZP = ZR.
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17. The diagram in the answer space shows
quadrilateral PQRS drawn on a grid of
squares with sides of 1 unit. W, X and Y are
the moving points in the quadrilateral.
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(i)
W is the point which moves such that its
distance from point Q and point S are the
same. By using letters in the diagram,
state the locus of W.
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(ii)
On the diagram, draw
a) the locus of point X which moves
such that it is constantly 3 units from
the line PS.
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Hence, mark with the symbol , the


intersection of the locus of X and the
locus of Y.
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24. Answer:
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(i)
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(ii) & (iii)
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32. A circle has a radius of 10 cm.
33. (Use the = 3.142.)
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a. Find the circumference of the circle,
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b. Find the area of the circle
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54.
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56. Given the circumference of a circle is 62.84
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cm, find its radius. ( use = 3.142)
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57. [2 marks] 100. Calculate the area of the shape below.
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( use =
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[3 marks]
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66. Given that the area of a circle is 154 cm2, find
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its diameter. ( use =
)
7cm
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7cm
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76. The minute hand of a clock is 14 cm long. It
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has travelled three quarters of a revolution.
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Find the distance travelled by the tip of the
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minute hand. ( use =
)
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116. A mason wants to lay tiles on a 1m wide
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path around a circular pond of radius 10m.
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Find the area covered by the tiles. ( use =
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[3 marks]
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88. Find the angle subtended at the centre of the
circle by an arc of length 44 cm, given that its
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radius is 12 cm. ( use =
)
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120.
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129. Find the coordinates of the image of
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A (1, 4) under the translation
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158. Look at the shape drawn on the grid.
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Reflect this shape in the line y = x
135. Under a translation the point P ( 3 ,
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[2 marks]
2), is mapped onto P (5, 4). Find the
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translation.
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[1 marks]
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141. Find the coordinates of the image of point
Q (2 , 5) under reflection in the x-axis.
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147. Find the coordinates of the image of
point R ( 3, 4) that is rotated about the origin
through 90o anticlockwise.
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Triangles A and B are drawn on the grid.
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153. The object A undergoes two
transformations, a rotation by 90
anticlockwise about O followed by a
reflection in the mirror line shown.
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Draw the images labeling the
image after the first transformation B and the
image after the second transformation C.
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[4 marks]

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166.
Describe fully the single
transformation that maps A on to B.
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[3 marks]
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In the diagram, R is a rotation of Q. Find the coordinates of the centre of the rotation.
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T is a reflection of Q. Write down the equation of the mirror line.
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T is 4 units high. It is enlarged with a scale factor of 4. How high is the image?
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Prepared by

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Mr. Kaneson
Verified by:

Mr. Prakash