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1. 3 2

4. 1

3.

5. 0.2 2

2. (4) 2

Number

Steps

Solutions

1.

b. Find the value.

32 = 3 x 3 = 9

and multiply.

b. Find the value.

a. For fractions,multiply numerator and

numerator,denominator and

denomerator.

b. Find the value.

a. For mixed number,change to improper

fraction then multiply as fraction.

b. Find the value.

3.

4.

5.

places.Multiply the number by itself.

b. Find the value.For number with one

decimal place,the value will be two

decimal places.

c. For number with two decimal

places,the value will be four decimal

places.

Note

Value for all negative numbers are

positive.

2

5

2 2

4

x =

25

5 5

=

2

7

7

7

x

=

4

4

4

49

16

=0.0004

Exercise 1

Find the value of the followings.

4

1. 5 2

2.

5. 0.7 2

3.

Number

4.

6. 0.09 2

Steps

1.

a. Find the value.

and multiply.

c. Find the value.

c. For fractions,multiply numerator and

numerator,denominator and

denomerator.

d. Find the value.

c. For mixed number,change to improper

fraction then multiply as fraction.

d. Find the value.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Square root

places.Multiply the number by itself.

b. Find the value.For number with one

decimal place,the value will be two

decimal places.

c. For number with two decimal

places,the value will be four decimal

places.

Solutions

1.

2.

64

9

16

Number

1.

3.

4.

32

162

3.

4.

12

5.

1

6.

0.36

Steps

a. Find the value referring to perfect

square number or refer to four

figure table.

Solutions

64 = 8

numerator and the denominator and

write the answer as fraction.

9

16

5.

b. Find the value as in fractions.

c. Change the fraction to decimal.

6.

the number by itself.

b. Find the square root of the answer.

Note

The answer to the square root of a square

is the number itself.

16

32

=

162

the denominator is not a perfect

square number, simplify to lower

term so that they are perfect square

number.

b. Find the value for the numerator and

the denominator.Write the number as

fraction.

a. For mixed number, change it to

improper fraction.

b. Determine if the numerator and the

denominator are perfect square

numbers.

c. Find the value as in fraction.

3

4

16

81

4

16

=

9

81

12

1

=

4

7

49

=

2

4

6

36

=

10

100

0.36

=0.6

5x5

25

=5

Exercise 2

Find the value of the followings

1.

49

2.

64

144

3.

18

128

4.

1

9

5.

0.25

6.

13

Number

1.

Steps

a. Find the value referring to perfect

square number or refer to four

figure table.

numerator and the denominator and

write the answer as fraction.

3.

denominator is not a perfect square

number, simplify to lower term so that

they are perfect square number.

b. Find the value for the numerator and

the denominator.Write the number as

fraction.

4.

Solutions

improper fraction.

b. Determine if the numerator and the

denominator are perfect square

numbers.

c. Find the value as in fraction.

5.

b. Find the value as in fractions.

c. Change the fraction to decimal.

6.

the number by itself.

b. Find the square root of the answer.

Cube

Find the value of the followings

1. 4 3

2. 5 3

3.

1

4. 2

5. 0.6 3

Number

1.

Steps

a. Multiply the number by itself 2

times.

b. Find the value.

Solutions

4 = 4 x 4x 4 = 64

3

2.

a. For

negative

number,put 5 3 = (-5) x (-5) x (-5)

bracket,then multiply the number.

-xx-=To determine the answer,multiply 5 x 5 x 5 =125

the sign then the number.

- 125

b. The answer is a negative number.

3.

a. .For

all

fractions,put

bracket.Multiply the numerator and

the denominator by itself 2 times.

b. Determine the value for numerator

and denominator and write the

answer as fraction.

4.

5.

improper fraction.Dont forget the

bracket.

b. Find the value as fraction above.

a. For decimals, emphasis on decimal

places.For number with one

decimal place,the value will be

three decimal places, that is triple

of the number.

b. Find the value and mark the

decimal point clearly.

Note

Value for all positive numbers will be

positive and negative numbers will be

negative.

Exercise 3

Find the value of the followings

1

2

3

7

5 x5 x5

125

=

6 x6 x6

216

7 x7 x7

343

=

3 x3 x 3

27

= 0.216

1. 8 3

2. 33

3.

1

4. 2

5. 0.5 3

Number

1.

Steps

c. Multiply the number by itself 2

times.

d. Find the value.

2.

then multiply the number.

To determine the answer, multiply

the sign then the number.

d. The answer is a negative number.

3.

Multiply the numerator and the

denominator by itself 2 times.

d. Determine the value for numerator

and denominator and write the

answer as fraction.

4.

improper fraction. Dont forget the

bracket.

d. Find the value as fraction above.

Solutions

places.For number with one

decimal place,the value will be

three decimal places, that is triple

of the number.

d. Find the value and mark the

decimal point clearly.

5.

Cube Root

Find the value of the followings

1.

3

64

0.729

2.

125

3.

27

343

4. 3

16

250

5.

3

8

6.

Number

1.

2.

Steps

a. Cube root of a number is the

number which multiplied twice

by itself produces the given

number.

b. Alternative method is reduce

the number to factors.

c. Another alternative is refer to

four-figure table or memorise

perfect cube number.

3.

value of cube root will always

be negative.

4.

the

numerator

and

the

denominator. Write the answer

as fraction.

b. For fraction that the numerator

and the denominator is not a

perfect cube number,simplify

to lower term so that the value

for numerator and denominator

can be determine.

c. Write the answer as fraction.

5.

6.

improper fraction.

b. Find the value as fraction

above.

a. For decimals, emphasis on

decimal places.For number

with three decimal places,the

value will be one decimal

place.

b. Find the value and mark the

decimal point clearly.

c. Alternative method is change

decimal to fraction.Find the

cube root as fraction and change

to decimal as the answer.

64 =

64 =

Solutions

4 x4 x4 = 4

2 x2 x2 x2 x2 x2

= 3 4

=4

125 = - 5

27

=

343

3

3 x3 x3

=

7

7 x7 x7

16

=

250

2

8

=

5

125

0.729 = -0.3

0.729 =

3

=

8

3

27

=

2

8

729

1000

9

= 10

3

= - 0.9

Exercise 4

Find the value of the followings

1.

27

5. 3 4

17

27

2.

6.

64

0.216

3.

8

125

4.

54

128

Number

1.

2.

Steps

a. Cube root of a number is the

number which multiplied twice

by itself produces the given

number.

a. Alternative method is reduce

the number to factors.

b. Another alternative is refer to

four-figure table or memorise

perfect cube number.

3.

value of cube root will always

be negative.

4.

the

numerator

and

the

denominator. Write the answer

as fraction.

b. For fraction that the numerator

and the denominator is not a

perfect cube number,simplify to

lower term so that the value for

numerator and denominator can

be determine.

c. Write the answer as fraction.

5.

improper fraction.

b. Find the value as fraction

above.

6.

decimal places.For number with

three decimal places,the value

will be one decimal place.

b. Find the value and mark the

decimal point clearly.

c. Alternative method is change

decimal to fraction.Find the

cube root as fraction and

change to decimal as the

answer.

Solutions

1

Number

1

Steps

Solutions

times.

b. Multiply the sign.

c. Determine the value for

numerator and denominator

and write the answer as fraction

2.

fraction.

b. Find the cube for the

numerator and denominator.

c. Change the fraction to decimal

as the answer. 1 mark for correct

answer.

PMR 2005

Calculate the value of (4.2

Number

1.

27 ) 2

Steps

a. Find the value of the cube root.

b. Divide the two numbers in the

bracket.

Solutions

find the square of the answer.

d. Determine the decimal place.The

answer should be a two decimal

places. 2 marks for correct

answer.

PMR 2004

Calculate the value of 4

Number

1.

27

8

Steps

a. Find the value of the square.

b. Find the value of the cube root.

c. Multiply the two values by

simplification.

d. Determine the sign of the answer.

e. 2 marks for correct answer.

Exercises

2

3

1. 1

2.

0.027

Solutions

64

9

3.

4. (-0.05) 2

5. .

6. ( 2 3 -

25

)2

3 8 + 4

7.

8. ( 8 1

9.

64 ) 2

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