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中三 (F3)

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數學 (Maths)

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Secondary 3

INSTRUCTIONS

Belilios Public School

Yearly Examination, 2019-2020

Mathematics

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Time allowed: 1-hours

1. After the announcement of the start of the examination, you should write your Name, Class and

Class Number in the spaces provided.

2. This paper consists of THREE sections, A(1), A(2) and B.

Attempt ALL questions in this paper. Write your answers in the spaces provided in this

Question-Answer Book. Do not write in the margins. Answer written in the margins will not be

Maximum marks: 105

4. Graph paper and supplementary answer sheets will be supplied on request. Write your Name,

Class, Class Number and question number on each sheet, and fasten them with a paper clip

INSIDE this book.

5. Unless otherwise specified, all working must be clearly shown.

6. Unless otherwise specified, numerical answers should be either exact or correct to 3 significant

7. The diagrams in the paper are not necessarily drawn to scale.

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14. A paper cup is in the shape of an inverted right circular cone of base diameter 6 cm and height

12 cm. Suppose the cup is held vertically and it is originally filled up with water. If some water

flows out of the cup until the depth of water drops 6 cm as shown in Figure 9, find the volume

of the water flowed out in terms of .

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Section B (35 marks)

15. Figure 10 shows a quadrilateral ABCD, where AD = CD. AP is an

altitude of AABC. E is a point on AC such that DE is the angle

bisector of ZADC in AACD. DE is produced to B. BD, AP and CQ

intersect at point F.

(a) Prove that AABD = ACBD.

Given that AQ: QB = 2:1.

Find ZBEC and ZCQB

Prove that ACFP ~ ACBQ.

Express BC in terms of BQ

Find CF: FP.

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In Figure 11, L1, L2 and L3 are straight lines,

where L₁ // L2 and L2 L3. L3 cuts L₁ and L2 at A(0, a)

and B(b, 0) respectively, and OA : OB = 2 : 3. C(a, 5)

and D(7, 6) are points on L₁ and L2 respectively.

(a) (i) Find

Find the slope of L3.

Hence, find the values of a and b. (6 marks)

(b) If C and D are fixed points while P is a point that

can move along line segment AB, find the possible

greatest area of ACPD.

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17. Figure 12a shows 8 squares each of side 1 cm and two circles. The squares are joined at one of

their vertices and one side of each square touches the smaller circle. Two vertices of each square

lie on the larger circle. Figure 12b shows the central part of Figure 12a with AB as the edge of a

square, and K is the mid-point of AB.

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(b) By considering Figure 12c, find the radius of the larger circle.

(a) (i) Find the interior angle of the regular octagon ABCDEFGH.

(ii) By dividing the octagon into triangles or otherwise, find the radius r of the inner circle.

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END OF PAPER

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Section A(1) (35 marks)

(a) x² − 3xy + 2y²,

(b) x² − 3xy + 2y² – 12x + 24y.

2. In Figure 1, ACE and ABD are straight lines. AB = BD and AC = CE. Find the unknowns.

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3. Figure 2 shows a right triangular prism.

(a) Name the angle between lines QR and UR. (1 mark)

(b) Find the distance between point T and line PS.

(c) Name the angle between the line TR and the

plane PQRS.

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4. Figure 3 shows two parallel lines L₁ and L₂. L₁ passes through A(−2, 5) and B(4, −3) while

L2 passes through C(3, 5).

Find the slope of L₁.

If L2 cuts the y-axis at P, find the coordinates of P.

★B(4, -3)

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Figure 4 shows a dartboard formed by two concentric semi-circles of radii 10 cm and 30 cm.

Kevin throws a dart randomly and it hits the dartboard. Find the probability that the dart hits the

shaded region of the dartboard.

Find the height of the tree.

(b) Another birdwatcher Q is 60 m away from the tree.

Find the angle of elevation of T from Q.

6. In Figure 5, a bird stands on the top T of a tree TR. The angle of elevation of T from a

birdwatcher P is 28°. The distance between T and P is 140 m.

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Figure 6 shows a rectangular tank containing some water.

Let S cm² be the total area of the surface in contact with

(a) Express S in terms of d.

If the depth of water is less than 40 cm, find the range

of values of S.

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8. In Figure 7, trees A and B are due west of the house at O, while tree C is due south of the house.

The compass bearings of trees A and B from tree C are N73°W and N39°W respectively.

Trees A and B are 50 m apart.

(a) Let OC be x m. Express OB in terms of x.

(b) Find the distance between tree C and the house.

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Section A(2) (35 marks)

The frustum shown in Figure 8 is formed by cutting the small right pyramid VEFGH from the

large right pyramid VABCD. The bases of the two pyramids are

squares. Find the volume of the frustum.

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10. The following stem-and-leaf diagram shows the weekly pocket money of a group of students.

Stem ($10) Leaf ($1)

5 1 3 4 5 699

Find the mean, the median and the mode of the given data.

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11. Kenneth borrows a sum of money from a bank at an interest rate of 9% p.a. compounded yearly.

If he repays the loan after 6 years, he needs to pay an amount of $154 000.

(Give the answers correct to the nearest $100.)

(a) How much does Kenneth borrow?

If the loan is repaid after 3 years, find the interest he should pay.

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Winnie's purse contains two $2 coins, one $5 coin and one $10 coin. On a flag day, Winnie

takes out two coins randomly from her purse at the same time for donation.

(a) Draw a tree diagram in the space provided to show all the possible outcomes.

(b) Find the probability that the donation amount is between $5 and $13.

(c) Find the expected donation amount.

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13. A magazine recruits a reporter. Each interviewee will be assessed on three items: creativity,

writing skills and oral skills. The table below shows the scores obtained by three interviewees

and the weight of each item.

It is known that May's weighted mean score is 83. Whose performance is the best?

Explain your answer.

Writing skills Oral skills

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