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SECOND PROGRESSIVE TEST (UK 2) / 2009
MATHEMATICS
FORM 1
TIME : 1 HOUR
PREPARED BY : CIK HJH NOR HAZRINA HJ HADZELAN


AME : _________________________________ FORM : ____________

SECTION A ( 40 Marks )
This section contains 20 objective questions. Answer all questions. Each question is followed by four answer choices A, B, C and D. Choose one answer only. Write your answers in space provided. Calculator is not allowed.


1. The place value of digit 1 in the number 513 029 is
A. Hundreds
B. Thousands
C. Ten thousands
D. Hundred thousands

2. Among the following numbers, which becomes 632 000 when rounded off to the nearest thousand?
A. 631 099
B. 631 201
C. 631 487
D. 631 500


3. The diagram above shows a group of numbers. Find he difference between the largest and the smallest number.
A. 199
B. 450
C. 504
D. 549

4. The remainder of 7 739 18
A. 17
B. 19
C. 349
D. 429



5 7 6
8 9
5 1 8 4
+
____________
5 1 2 6 4

5. The calculation above shows the multiplication of 576 and 89. What is the number in the box?
A. 4 068
B. 4 568
C. 4 608
D. 4 768

6. Saiful bought 24 boxes of pens and each box contains 96 pens. He sold the pens at RM 3 each. Calculate the amount of money he got from selling all the pens.
A. RM 2 304
B. RM 5 550
C. RM 6 912
D. RM 7 300

7. 48 + 15 60 12 =
A. 63 5
B. 48 + 75
C. 25 + 15 5
D. 4 + 15 60



8. 192 3 ( 6 + 2 )
A. 8
B. 48
C. 386
D. 512

9. Ling has 49 marbles, which are 19 less than Muthu but 13 more than Nazrul. To start a game, all marbles from three players are collected and divided equally among them. The number of marbles each player will have is
A. 39
B. 43
C. 51
D. 57

10. A school buys 310 boxes of pencils. There are 18 pencils in each box. After giving every student 4 pencils each, there are 180 pencils left. The number of students in the school is
A. 1 350
B. 1 440
C. 5 440
D. 5 760

11. 109, 89, 76, x , 50, ...
The value of x in the number sequence
above is
A. 60
B. 63
C. 65
D. 79

12. 1, 2, 5, p, 17, 26, q, ...
The list of numbers above is a number sequence. The value of p + q is
A. 35
B. 42
C. 44
D. 47

13. m, 37, 41, 43, n, ...
The list of numbers above is a sequence of prime numbers in ascending order. The value of n - m is
A. 10
B. 12
C. 14
D. 16




14. Given that 8 and 9 are the factors of Y. What is the possible value of Y?
A. 63
B. 96
C. 126
D. 144

15. Given that 2 and 3 are the prime factors of 132. The other prime factor of 132 is
A. 11
B. 9
C. 7
D. 5

16. Which of the following numbers is the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 6, 8 and 12?
A. 12
B. 24
C. 48
D. 72

17. 112 is the common multiple of 8 and x. Among the following, which is not a value of x ?
A. 14
B. 18
C. 28
D. 56

18. The total number of common factors of 12, 18 and 48 is
A. 1
B. 3
C. 4
D. 6

19. Which of the following pairs of numbers has 6 as the highest common factor (HCF)?
A. 12 and 36
B. 18 and 24
C. 18 and 36
D. 42 and 84

20. Given that ( x – 7 ) is the highest common factor of 24 and 32. Find the value of x.
A. 4
B. 8
C. 11
D. 15



SECTION B ( 60 Marks )
This section contains 10 subjective questions. Answer all questions. Write your answers in space provided. All the workings must be shown. Calculator is not allowed.



1. a) Write 2 950 611 in words.


(2 marks)

1. b) State the place value and the value of digit
9 in 390 451

Place Value:


Value of digit :


(4 marks)




2. Round off 796 145 to the nearest
a) thousands


(2 marks)
b) ten thousands



(2 marks)
c) hundred thousands




. Calculate the followings

a) 26 705 + 57 + 6 998 =







(3 marks)
b) 96 24 =







(3 marks)






(2 marks)





4. Calculate the followings

a) 54 + 1 575 25 =







(3 marks)
b) 110 – 3 ( 16 + 24 4 ) =







(3 marks)







The method above is used to find the Lowest
Common Multiples (LCM) of 54 and n .
Find the value of n  m





6. Find the sum of Highest Common Factor (HCF)
of 12 and 18 and Highest Common Factor (HCF)
of 12 and 24.



7. a) Find the value of
Give your answer correct to 2 decimal places.

7. b) + 13 ´ 1.25



8. a) Write 32 % as a fraction in its lowest term.


9. a) Find the number if 4.5 % of a number is 27.
9. b) Find the final value of 900 increased by 5%

10. Susan has 30 metres of fabric. She used 18.4
metres of the fabric and sells the remainder to
Mimi for RM 3.50 per metre. How much does
Mimi has to pay to Susan?

11. Lee bought a bicycle for RM 400. Later he

sold the bicycle to Rama for a profit of RM 70.

Find the percentage of profit.


12. a) Arrange the following in decreasing order.
مربع نص: -7  ,  4  ,   -11  ,  16  ,  -2


-7 , 4 , -11 , 16 , -2

12. b) Figure below shows a number sequence.
Determine the value of m + n .


20 , m , -10 , -5 , 0 , n , 10



14. The temperature of a town in the morning is
3C. During the afternoon the temperature
increases 11C and later at night it drops 25C.
What is the temperature during the night?


15. a) Mr. f drives a distance of k km from
City p to City q in just 30 minutes.
State the unknown.


15. b) Pick out the like terms in the following.

10 p , -14 r , 9.3 y , r , -8 u



16. a) 10 h + 2 - 16 - 6 h



17. Julie buys a story book which costs RM y. She
pays with a RM 50 note. Write an algebraic
expression to shows the balance of money she
will receive



19. a) A journey from Bintulu to Kuching takes
5 hours. A bus departs from Bintulu at
10.30 a.m. State the time in the 24-hour
system that the bus arrives at Kuching.









19 b) The weight of 1 packet of sugar is 495 g.
If Komala buys 8 packets of sugar, what is the
total weight of sugar, in kg , Komala bought?



20. Figure below shows the various routes a traveller can takes to go from town A to town D.
Calculate the difference between the longest route and the shortest route to go from town A to town D.



1. a) Write 2 750 438 in words. b) State the place value and the value of
digit 9 in 597 143





(2 marks) (4 marks)


2. Round off 818 795 to the nearest
a) ten. b) thousand. c) hundred thousand.



(2 marks) (2 marks) (2 marks)
3. a) Find the sum of 207, 4 659 and 13 022. b) Find the difference between 97 501 and 899.







(3 marks) (3 marks)
4. Table below shows the number of visitors who visited Zoo Negara from March to June
in a particular year.
Month March April May June
Number of visitors 4 079 3 788 2 413 3 990

a) Calculate the total number of visitors from b) Round off the total number of visitors to the
March to June. nearest hundred.








(4 marks) (2 marks)
5. Calculate the followings.
a) 592 8 b) 405 16 c) 11 172 12









(2 marks) (3 marks) (3 marks)
6. If 4 tailors can each sew 8 shirts in a day, how many shirts can they sew altogether in 3 weeks?







(4 marks)
7. Calculate the followings.
a) 45 + 135 5 - 16 b) 114 3 + 7 12 c) 95 – 2 ( 12 + 42 7 )










(3 marks) (3 marks) (3 marks)
8. Siew Lan had RM 107. She bought a story book for RM 14 . She also bought eight boxes of
colour pencils which is cost RM 6 each. Find the balance of her money.








(3 marks)
9. a) Complete the following number sequence.

5, 11, 17, ______, ______, ______, 41
(3 marks)

b) In the number sequence below, find the value of x + y

1, 2, 4, x , 16, y



(3 marks)
10. a) List out all the odd numbers between 44 and 52.

(2 marks)
b) Find the sum of all the even numbers that are less than 9.


(2 marks)
a) List out the first two prime numbers that are greater than 90.


(2 marks)







SECTION B ( 60 Marks )
This section contains 10 subjective questions. Answer all questions. Write your answers in space provided. All the workings must be shown. Calculator is not allowed.

1. a) Write 2 750 438 in words. b) State the place value and the value of
digit 9 in 597 143
two million seven hundred and fifty thousand
four hundred and thirty-eight place value : ten thousands
value of digit : 90 000


(2 marks) (4 marks)
2. Round off 818 795 to the nearest
a) ten. b) thousand. c) hundred thousand.

818 800 819 000 800 000

(2 marks) (2 marks) (2 marks)
3. a) Find the sum of 207, 4 659 and 13 022. b) Find the difference between 97 501 and 899.

207 + 4 659 + 13022 97 501 - 899
= 17 888 = 96 602




(3 marks) (3 marks)
4. Table below shows the number of visitors who visited Zoo Negara from March to June
in a particular year.
Month March April May June
Number of visitors 4 079 3 788 2 413 3 990

a) Calculate the total number of visitors from b) Round off the total number of visitors to the
March to June. nearest hundred.

4 079 + 3 788 + 2 413 + 3 990 14 300 visitors
= 14 270 visitors





(4 marks) (2 marks)
5. Calculate the followings.
a) 592 8 b) 405 16 c) 11 172 12









(2 marks) (3 marks) (3 marks)
6. If 4 tailors can each sew 8 shirts in a day, how many shirts can they sew altogether in 3 weeks?


4 8 7 3 = 672 shirts




(4 marks)
7. Calculate the followings.
a) 45 + 135 5 - 16 b) 114 3 + 7 12 c) 95 – 2 ( 12 + 42 7 )


45 + 27 – 16 38 + 7 X 12 95 – 2 ( 12 + 6 )
= 72 – 16 = 38 + 84 = 95 - 2 ( 18 )
= 56 = 122 = 95 - 36
= 59




(3 marks) (3 marks) (3 marks)
8. Siew Lan had RM 107. She bought a story book for RM 14 . She also bought eight boxes of
colour pencils which is cost RM 6 each. Find the balance of her money.


RM 107 – RM 14 – ( RM 6 8 )
= RM 107 – RM 14 – RM 48
= RM 45



(3 marks)
9. a) Complete the following number sequence.

5, 11, 17, __23____, __29____, ___35___, 41 ( pattern : +6 )
(3 marks)

b) In the number sequence below, find the value of x + y

1, 2, 4, x , 16, y ( pattern : 2 )

x = 8, y = 32 x + y = 8 + 32 = 40

(3 marks)
10. a) List out all the odd numbers between 44 and 52.
45, 47, 49, 51
(2 marks)
b) Find the sum of all the even numbers that are less than 9.
2 + 4 + 6 + 8 = 20

(2 marks)
a) List out the first two prime numbers that are greater than 90.
97 and 101

(2 marks)






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