To all my fellow mathematics students of Form 2, all the question were sorted by chapter. Answers given below. Good luck trying.

**No due date.****CHAPTER 1**

**QUESTION 1**Find the value of: -58 * 3 + 74 – (10 * 2)

**QUESTION 2**

Find the value of: -36 / (-3) * 4 + 2

**QUESTION 3**

Find the value of: 20 + (-5) * 4 / (-2)

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**CHAPTER 2**

**QUESTION 1**Given that (9)

^{2}= 81, find the value of (0.9)

^{2}.

**QUESTION 2**

Given that square root 60.25 = 7.762, what is the value of 77.62

^{2}?

**QUESTION 3**

A tin of paint is needed to paint a square board with sides measuring 5 m each. Calculate the number of tins needed to paint a board with an area of 375 m

^{2}.

**QUESTION 4**

Given that 1.48 = 1.14, find the value of cube root 1480.

**QUESTION 5**

A woman walks 5 rounds along the border of a square field of area 49 m

^{2}. Find the total distance she walks in m.

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**CHAPTER 3**

**QUESTION 1**

Simplify cd + ef – gh – 2(4gh + 7ef – 5cd).

**QUESTION 2**

Simplify 3(4cd – 3jl) – (5jl – cd)

**QUESTION 3**

Simplify (12ng – 3nl) – (10gn – 3ln)

**QUESTION 4**

Evaluate the expression below. Given j = 3, k = -1 and l = 4.

**QUESTION 5**

If p = 2 and q = 3, evaluate the expression below.

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**CHAPTER 4**

**QUESTION 1**

A pencil costs RM

*x*and a pair of scissors costs thrice as much as the pencil. Ling paid RM3.50 to buy a pair of scissors and a pencil. Write a linear equation for the situation.

**QUESTION 2**

Find the value of

*p*in each of the following equations.

(a) 8

*p*

**=**72

(b) 3

**–**7

*p*

**= –**(21

**+**4

*p*)

**QUESTION 3**

Solve each of the following equations.

(a) 3

*p*

**=**5

*p*

**–**5

(b) 9

*x*

**+**7

**=**7(

*x*

**–**3)

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**CHAPTER 5**

**QUESTION 1**A sum of RM600 is divided between Yogeswari and Yong in a ratio of 4 : 6. What is the sum of money received by Yong?

**QUESTION 2**

The heights of 3 students are 1.8 m, 1.2 m and 1.5 m respectively. What is the ratio, in its lowest term?

**QUESTION 3**

System Publication donated 120 dictionaries to three schools STAM, STAMING and SBADLISHAH in the ratio 3 : 6 : x. Given that school STAM received 24 dictionaries, calculate the value of x.

**QUESTION 4**

1 1/3 : 1 1/5 is equivalent to?

**QUESTION 5**

Given that x : y = 4 : 5, calculate the value of x if y = 30.

**QUESTION 6**

Pavitra and Deepti worked in a bakery shop. Pavitra was paid RM42 for a 6 hours work. Deepti was paid RM32 for 8 hours work. Calculate their total income if both of them worked for 20 hours in a certain week.

**QUESTION 7**

If RM180 is shared between Zainul and Venkat in the ratio 4 : 5, how much does Venkat get?

**QUESTION 8**

Given P : Q = 3 : 4 and P : R = 6 : 5, find the value of P : Q : R.

**QUESTION 9**

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in SMK Kulim is 4 : 3. The total number of students is 4200. Calculate the difference between the numbers of boys and girls.

**QUESTION 10**

Given that 9 : 8 = 36 : 2x, calculate the value of x.

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**CHAPTER 6**Available soon.

**CHAPTER 7**

**QUESTION 1**

Based on contruction above, give the possible value of x.

**QUESTION 2**

An angle of 150 degree can be constructed by constructing another 2 angles. State the 2 angles.

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**CHAPTER 8**

**QUESTION 1**

In the diagram above, GHIJ is a rectangle, find its area, in unit square.

**QUESTION 2**

The above diagram shows the Cartesian plane. QTS is a vertical line. T is the midpoint of QS. Find the coordinates of S.

**QUESTION 3**

Calculate the distance between M (-3,4) and N (8,4).

**CHAPTER 9**Available soon.

**CHAPTER 10**Available soon.

**CHAPTER 11**

**Question 1**

In diagram above, triangle

*N*is the image of triangle*M*under a translation. What is the translation?**Question 2**

Under a translation, the point

*T*(6, 3) maps onto the point*T’*(**–**2, 4). State the coordinates of the image of point*S*(2,**–**4) under the same translation.**Question 3**

Diagram above shows polygon

*PQRS*drawn on a grid of equal squares. On the diagram, draw polygon*P**‘Q’R'S’*, the image of polygon*PQRS*under a 90° anticlockwise rotation about the point*A*.**Question 4**

Given that

*A*(1, 5) is mapped onto*A**‘*(4, 2) under a reflection. Find the coordinates of the image of*B*(**–**1, 2) under the same reflection.—————————————————————————

**CHAPTER 12**

**Question 1**

Diagram 1 shows a solid cylinder. Calculate its total surface area in cm

^{2}. (Use*pi*= 22/7)**Question 2**

Diagram 5 shows a triangular prism. If the total surface area of the prism is 336 cm

^{2}, find the value of*x*. (Use*pi*= 22/7)—————————————————————————

**CHAPTER 13**Available soon.

**ANSWERS***CHAPTER 1*

1. -120

2. 50

3. 30

1. -120

2. 50

3. 30

*CHAPTER 2*

1. 0.81

2. 6025

3. 15

4. 11.4

5. 140 m

1. 0.81

2. 6025

3. 15

4. 11.4

5. 140 m

*CHAPTER 3*

1. 11cd -13ef – 9gh

2. 13cd – 14jl

3. 2gn

4. 144

5. -8

1. 11cd -13ef – 9gh

2. 13cd – 14jl

3. 2gn

4. 144

5. -8

*CHAPTER 41. 4x = RM3.50*

2. (a) 9 (b) 8

3. (a) 5/2 (b) -14

2. (a) 9 (b) 8

3. (a) 5/2 (b) -14

*CHAPTER 5*

1. RM360

2. 6 : 4 : 5

3. 6

4. 10 : 9

5. 16

6. RM220

7. RM100

8. 6 : 8 : 5

9. 600

10. 16

1. RM360

2. 6 : 4 : 5

3. 6

4. 10 : 9

5. 16

6. RM220

7. RM100

8. 6 : 8 : 5

9. 600

10. 16

*CHAPTER 7*

*1. 45 degree*

2.

2.

*90 degree & 60 degree*

*CHAPTER 8*

1. 45

2.

1. 45

2.

*(7,-1)*

3.

3.

*11 unit*

*2. (*

**–**6,**–**3)*4.*

*B’*(1, 0)*CHAPTER 12*

*1. 1 056 cm*

^{2}

^{2. 8}
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