Mid Year Form 1 Paper 1 2010 Mathematics

44,895 views

Published on

11 Comments
14 Likes
Statistics
Notes
No Downloads
Views
Total views
44,895
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
283
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1,534
Comments
11
Likes
14
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Mid Year Form 1 Paper 1 2010 Mathematics

  1. 1. Objective Questions 6. Ms Wong bought three presents for her sister. The cost of each present is Instructions : Each question is followed by shown in the table below. four suggested answer. Choose the correct Present Cost (RM) one. Hair band 15.90 Bangle 23.75 1. Choose the correct match. Scarf 31.99 What is the total amount that Ms Number in words Numerals Wong has to pay? A Four thousand seven 4750 A RM 71.64 C RM 71.00 hundred and five B RM 71.50 D RM 70.00 B One thousand five 1 507 hundred and seven 7. Find the product of 111 and 333 ? C Three thousand two 3 026 hundred and six A 222 C 33 333 D One thousand one 1 111 B 444 D 36 963 hundred and one 8. There are 1 944 sweets in a container. 2. Which of the following numbers Kamil repacks the sweets into 36 packets. when rounded off to the nearest ten How many sweets are there in each thousand becomes 8 720 000? packet? A 8 724 630 C 8 726 109 A 53 C 55 B 8 725 864 D 8 727 130 B 54 D 56 3. Which of the following is the 9. 216 ÷ 3 (12 – 8) = biggest? A 6 C 18 A 101 101 C 110 011 B 14 D 288 B 101 110 D 110 110 10. Which of the following is correct ? 4. Calculate the sum of 7 405 and 6 002 and the round off the answer to the A 54 X 81 = 54 X 80 X 1 nearest ten. B 43 X 25 = 43 X 20 X 5 C 37 X 108 = 37 X 12 X 9 A 13 400 C 13 410 D 29 X 90 = 92 X 2 X 45 B 13 407 D 14 000 11. Find the lowest common multiple 5. A farmer collects 5 300 eggs in a day. (LCM) of 6 and 9. Among the eggs collected, 116 are found rotten. How many of the eggs A 12 C 24 are fresh? B 18 D 27 A 5 094 C 5 284 B 5 184 D 5 394 1
  2. 2. 18. Which of the following is the common 12. Find the highest common factor (HCF) multiple of 4 and 6? of 24, 45 and 54. A 16 C 32 B 28 D 36 A 2 C 5 B 3 D 6 19. The diagram shows the prime factors of Q. 13. State all the prime factors of 231. 2, 3, 5 A 2, 3, 7 C 3, 7, 13 What is the possible value of Q? B 3, 7, 11 D 3, 7, 17 A 46 C 60 14. Find the lowest common multiple B 54 D 65 (LCM) of 5, 6 and 12. 20. State all the multiples of 6 that are A 60 C 36 between 45 and 70. B 48 D 35 A 48 C 48, 54, 60 15. The diagram shows five number cards. B 48, 54 D 48, 54, 60, 66 2 1 2 5 3 7 1 1 3 21. Which of the following fractions has the largest value? Which of the cards represents prime numbers? 3 6 A C 7 13 A 3 and 17 only C 17, 21 and 51 only 5 7 B 3, 17 and 23 only D 21, 23 and 51 only B D 11 16 16. The diagram shows a set of prime 1 numbers arranged in a certain order. 22. Umi Kalsom bought 4 kg of potatoes, 9 5, x, y, 13, 17 2 1 1 kg sugar and 2 kg flour. Find the 9 3 Find the value of x +y. total mass , in kg, of the three items. A 18 C 22 2 1 B 20 D 24 A 7 C 7 3 3 3 1 17. The diagram shows some factors of 24. B 7 D 7 5 5 2 6 1 2 2 4 1 1  1 23.  −  ÷1 = Identify three other factors of 24.  8 10  8 13 1 A C A 1, 4, 8 C 3, 4, 14 360 45 B 1, 14, 22 D 3, 8, 18 9 1 B D 32 5 2
  3. 3. 24. Which of the following fractions has a 5 1 1 5 29. ÷ +  = value greater than ? 8 2 6 9 7 3 15 1 A C A C 11 8 16 2 6 2 5 1 B D B D 13 7 8 3 25. Which of the following represents the 30. Which of the following lists of fractions shaded area in the diagram below. is arranged in descending order? 8 9 5 9 8 5 A , , C , , 15 18 12 18 15 12 1 3 A C 5 8 9 5 9 8 5 5 B , , D , , 12 15 8 12 18 15 2 4 B D 5 5 31. Round off 17.2863 correct to 2 decimal places. 2 1 26. 4 + -2= 3 2 A 17. 28 C 17.3 B 17. 29 D 20 2 2 A 6 C 4 32. Which of the following pairs gives the 3 3 1 1 same sum? B 5 D 3 6 6 I 9.163 + 2.36 II 6.005 + 5.518  2 1 3 III 5.899 + 5.642 27.  7 − 1  X =  3 2  10 IV 4.556 + 6.907 2 17 A I and II only C II and III only A 7 C 1 B I and III only D I and IV only 3 20 1 1 B 6 D 1 22 6 2 33. Express as a decimal correct to 4 7 3 5 1 decimal places. 28. 3 ÷ −  = 4  6 3 A 3.143 C 3.1428 B 3.1429 D 3.1427 3 1 A 3 C 6 4 6 2 1 B 4 D 7 3 2 3
  4. 4. 34. Which of the following is NOT true? A 2.002 X 100 = 200.2 B 35.6 X10 = 356 C 47.1 X0.1 = 4.71 D 5.08 X0.01 = 0.508 4 35. 8 – 3.6 ÷ = 5 A 5.5 C 3.5 B 4.5 D 2.5 36. (0.16 ÷ 0.032) X (3.1 ÷ 0.031) = A 5 C 100 B 50 D 500 37. Which of the following gives the greatest value ? A 6.46 – 4.509 C 9.534 – 7.486 B 7.103 – 5.055 D 10.002 – 7.95 38. A chair costs RM 13.99. Find the cost of 8 similar chairs. A RM 101.92 C RM 111.82 B RM 110.92 D RM 111.92 39. Rema buys 2.75 kg of sugar. She uses 1.27 kg to bake a cake. How much sugar is left? A 4.02 kg C 1.48 kg B 3.49 kg D 0.72 kg 40. Zali walked 0.75 km from the tuition centre to his house. He then cycled 1.34 km to a nearby shop. Find the total distance travelled by Zali. A 0.59 km C 1.90 km B 1.005 km D 2.09 km 4

×