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Class Test 2
Form 2
Chapter 9 Locus in two Dimensions
Chapter 10 Circles
Chapter 11 Transformations

Class Test 2
Form 2
Chapter 9 Locus in two Dimensions
Chapter 10 Circles
Chapter 11 Transformations

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Name: _______________________________

______________

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)

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.

[2 marks]

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]

PQRSTU.

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

8.

9.

____________________________

______

10.

(ii)

The locus of point Y which moves such

that it is equidistant from the straight line

QR and UT.

11.

12.

____________________________

______

13.

(iii)

The locus of point Z which moves such

that ZP = ZR.

14.

15.

____________________________

______

16.

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.

18.

(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.

19.

20.

(ii)

On the diagram, draw

a) the locus of point X which moves

such that it is constantly 3 units from

the line PS.

21.

intersection of the locus of X and the

locus of Y.

22. [4 marks]

23.

24. Answer:

25.

(i)

____________________________

26.

27.

28.

(ii) & (iii)

29.

30.

31.

32. A circle has a radius of 10 cm.

33. (Use the = 3.142.)

34. [4 marks]

35.

a. Find the circumference of the circle,

36.

37.

38.

39.

40.

41.

42.

43.

44.

b. Find the area of the circle

45.

46.

47.

48.

49.

50.

51.

52.

53.

3

54.

96.

55.

97.

56. Given the circumference of a circle is 62.84

98.

cm, find its radius. ( use = 3.142)

99.

57. [2 marks] 100. Calculate the area of the shape below.

22

58.

101.

( use =

)

59.

7

60.

[3 marks]

61.

102.

62.

103.

63.

64.

65.

66. Given that the area of a circle is 154 cm2, find

22

its diameter. ( use =

)

7cm

7

67. [2 marks]

68.

69.

70.

7cm

71.

104.

72.

105.

73.

106.

74.

107.

75.

108.

76. The minute hand of a clock is 14 cm long. It

109.

has travelled three quarters of a revolution.

110.

Find the distance travelled by the tip of the

111.

22

minute hand. ( use =

)

112.

7

113.

77. [2 marks]

114.

78.

115.

79.

116. A mason wants to lay tiles on a 1m wide

80.

path around a circular pond of radius 10m.

81.

Find the area covered by the tiles. ( use =

82.

22

83.

)

7

84.

117.

[3 marks]

85.

86.

87.

88. Find the angle subtended at the centre of the

circle by an arc of length 44 cm, given that its

22

radius is 12 cm. ( use =

)

7

89. [2 marks]

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

118.

95.

119.

4

120.

156.

121.

122.

123.

124.

125.

126.

127.

128.

129. Find the coordinates of the image of

2

A (1, 4) under the translation

3

130.

[1 marks]

131.

132.

157.

133.

158. Look at the shape drawn on the grid.

134.

Reflect this shape in the line y = x

135. Under a translation the point P ( 3 ,

159.

[2 marks]

2), is mapped onto P (5, 4). Find the

160.

translation.

136.

[1 marks]

137.

138.

139.

140.

141. Find the coordinates of the image of point

Q (2 , 5) under reflection in the x-axis.

142.

[1 marks]

143.

144.

145.

146.

147. Find the coordinates of the image of

point R ( 3, 4) that is rotated about the origin

through 90o anticlockwise.

148.

[2 marks]

161.

149.

162.

Triangles A and B are drawn on the grid.

150.

163.

151.

152.

153. The object A undergoes two

transformations, a rotation by 90

anticlockwise about O followed by a

reflection in the mirror line shown.

154.

Draw the images labeling the

image after the first transformation B and the

image after the second transformation C.

155.

[4 marks]

( )

166.

Describe fully the single

transformation that maps A on to B.

167.

[2 marks]

168.

169.

____________________________

_________

170.

171.

____________________________

_________

172.

173.

____________________________

_________

174.

175.

____________________________

_________

176.

177.

178.

164.

165.

179.

180.

181.

i)

ii)

186.

[3 marks]

182.

In the diagram, R is a rotation of Q. Find the coordinates of the centre of the rotation.

183.

184.

____________________________

185.

T is a reflection of Q. Write down the equation of the mirror line.

187.

188.

iii)

189.

________________________________

T is 4 units high. It is enlarged with a scale factor of 4. How high is the image?

190.

________________________________

191.

192.

197.

Prepared by

193.

194.

END OF QUESTION PAPER

195.

196.

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