Mathematics P1 Questions and Answers - Butula Sub-County Post Mock Exams 2021/2022

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Instructions to candidates.

  • Write your name and index number in the spaces provided above.
  • Sign and write the date of the examination in spaces provided above.
  • This paper consists of two sections: Section I and II.
  • Answer all the questions in section I and only five questions from section II.
  • Show all the steps in your calculations, giving your answer at each stage in the space provided.
  • Marks may be given for correct working even if the answer is wrong.
  • Non-programmable silent electronic calculators and KNEC mathematical tables may be used, except where stated otherwise.
  • Candidates should answer the questions in English.

For examiner’s use only
SECTION I

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3

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8

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10

11

12

13

14

15

16

TOTAL

                                 

SECTION II

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

TOTAL

                 


QUESTIONS

SECTION I (50 MARKS):
Answer all the questions in this section in the spaces provided.

  1. Without using a calculator evaluate. 1 UYAGUDA(3 marks)
  2. The distance between Jane’s home and her school is 4/5 of 8km. One day she run ¼ of the way and walked the rest of the journey. What distance did she walk? (3marks)
  3. Otiende works for a coffee processing company as a sales man. He is paid on Monthly basis as per agreement below.
    1. A basic pay of sh. 20,000 per Month.
    2. A commission of 2% for goods sold up to a maximum of sh. 200,000.
    3. A commission of 4% for goods sold over sh. 200,000 in that Month.
      In a certain Month he sold goods worthy sh. 600,000. Calculate his total pay for that Month. (3marks)
  4. The figure below is a triangular prism of uniform cross-section in which AF = FB =3cm, AB = 4cm and BC = 5cm. Draw a clearly labeled net of the prism. (3marks)
    4 jtfadtya
  5. Solve for y in the equation. 8(y+1)-2(3y+1)=48 (3marks)
  6. Simplify the expression; 6 utgydtag (3marks)
  7. A line P whose equation is y = 1⁄3 x + 4 is parallel to another line Q. Find the equation of line Q in the form y= mx + c given that it passes through Point ( 3, 6) (3marks)
  8. The figure below shows a triangle ABC in which AB = 6cm, BC = 11cm and angle ABC = 100º. Calculate to the decimal places the length of AC. (3marks)
    8 iygyda
  9. A football match between Bercelona FC and Liverpoo FC started at 1500hrs. It lasted for the official 90 minutes with a half time break of 15 minutes. The referee added five extra minutes for injuries and other stoppages. Find the time the match ended. (3marks)
  10. Find the region defined by the following inequalities (3marks)
    2y < x + 4; 4y ≥ -x – 4; x ≤ 2
    10 9ghduyguygd
  11. The GCD three numbers is 6 and their LCM is 900. If two of the numbers are 36 and 60, find the least possible third number. (3 marks)
  12. The mass of two similar cans is 960g and 15000g. If the total surface area of the smaller can is 144cm2, determine the surface area of the larger can. (3 marks)
  13. The width of a rectangular hall of Busiada Girls Secondary School is 16m less than its length. Calculate the length of the hall if its area is 32m2. Hence calculate its perimeter. (4marks)
  14. Town A is 80km due east of town B. Town C is on a bearing of 234º form town B. If town C is 100km from town A, by scale drawing find the distance of town C from town B. (4marks)
  15.                          
    1. Find the inverse of the matrix 15 uatgdyta. (1mark)
    2. Using matrix method, solve the simultaneous equations. (2 marks)
      7x + 4y = 14
      3x + 2y = 8
  16. Use tables of square roots and reciprocals to find the value of x. (3marks)
    16 ugytsgf

SECTION II (50 marks).
Answer only five questions in this section in the spaces provided.

  1. The figure below shows a frustrum. The top and bottom radii are 5cm and 10cm respectively, while the vertical height of the frustrum is 12cm.
    17 uygufysgf
    Find the:-
    1. Slant height of the frustum. (3marks)
    2. Curved area of the frustum. (3marks)
    3. Volume of the frustum. (4marks)
  2. Bumala is a market centre 600km from Kisumu town.A bus starts from Kisumu for Bumala at 7.00am at an average speed of 80 km/h. At 8.30 am a car started from Kisumu to Bumala and moved at an average speed of 120 km/hr. Calculate
    1. The distance bus covered before the car started moving. (3marks)
    2. The relative speed for the two vehicles. (2marks)
    3. The time the car overtook the bus. (1 mark)
    4. Distance covered by the car before overtaking the bus. (2marks)
    5. Distance from Bumala to the car at the time the car was overtaking the bus. (2marks)
  3. The height of 36 students in a class was recorded to the nearest centimeter as follows:-
    148 159 158 163 166 155 155 179 158
    161 160 157 165 165 175 173 172 178
    147 168 157 172 165 154 170 157 167
    155 159 173 171 168 160 172 156 167
    1. Make a frequency distribution table using a class interval of 5 and starting with the class 145 – 149. (2marks)
    2. From the table above
      1. Calculate the mean mark (3marks)
      2. Calculate the median (3marks)
    3.                                
    4. Draw a frequency polygon using the table in (a) above. (2 marks)
      10 9ghduyguygd
  4. Bujumba Boys Secondary School. Intends to buy a certain number of chairs For Ksh. 16,200. The supplier agreed to offer a discount of Ksh. 60 per chair which will enable the school to get 3 chairs more.
    Taking y as the originally intended number of chairs:-
    1. Write an expression in terms of y for
      1. Original price per chair. (1mark)
      2. Price per chair after discount. (1mark)
    2. Determine
      1. The number of chair the school originally intended to buy. (4marks)
      2. Price per chair after discount. (2marks)
      3. The amount of money the school would have saved per chair of it got the intended number of chairs at a discount of 15%. (2marks)
  5.                                      
    1. Without using a protractor, construct triangle ABC such that angle ABC = 60º, BC = 8cm and AC = 9cm.Measure AB. (3marks)
    2. Drop a perpendicular from A to BC and measure its length. (2marks)
    3. Hence calculate the area of triangle ABC. (2marks)
    4. Locate a point D on BC such that the area of triangle ABC is three times that of triangle ABD. (3marks)
  6. In triangle ABC, shown below, AB = a AC = b point M lies on AB such that AM: MB = 2:3 and point N lies on AC such that AN: NC = 5:1 line BN intersects line MC at X.
    22 ahgfvdyag
    1. Express the following in terms of a and b
      1. BN (1 mark)
      2. CM (1 mark)
    2. Given that BX = kBN and CX = rCM where k and r are scalars
      1. Write two different expressions for AX in term of a, b, k and r (4marks)
      2. Find the values of k and r (4 marks)
  7. A triangle ABC has vertices A(2,1), B(5,2) and C(0,4).
    1. On the grid provided plot the triangle ABC. (2 marks)
      23 adyadua
    2. A'B'C' is the image of ABC under a translation 25 sddgd. Plot A'B'C' and state its coordinates. (2 marks)
    3. Plot A''B''C'' the image of A'B'C' after a rotation about the origin through a negative quarter turn. State its coordinates. (3 marks)
    4. A'''B'''C''' is the image of A''B''C'' after a reflection on the line y = 0. Plot A'''B'''C''' and state its coordinates. (3 marks)
  8. The displacement h metres of a particle moving along a straight line after t seconds is given by h = -2t3 + 3/2 t2 + 3t
    1. Find the initial acceleration. (3 marks)
    2. Calculate
      1. The time when the particle was momentarily at rest. (3marks)
      2. Its displacement by the time it comes to rest momentarily. (2 marks)
    3. Calculate the maximum speed attained. (2 marks)


MARKING SCHEME

No.

Calculations

Marks

Remarks

 

1.

1 TFATDFA

M1
M1
A1

 

 
   

3

   

2.

Fraction walked = 1 – ¼
                          = ¾
Actual distance walked = ¾ x 32/5
=   24
      5
= 4 4/5 km

M1

M1

A1

   
   

3

   

3.

1st commission 2/100 x 200 000
                       4 000
2nd commission 4/100 x ( 600 000 – 200 000)
                         16 000
Total  20 000
       +  4 000
        16 000
   Sh. 40 000

M1

M1

A1

Process of getting the two commissions
For process of getting total pay CAO

 
   

3

   

4

4 zhgftyda

 

 

 

   

3

   

5

23y + 3 – 23y + 1 = 48
23y ( 23 – 2) = 48
23y = 48/6
23y = 8
23y = 23
y = 1

M1

M1

A1

Index form
Equating 23y to 8 accept equivalent

 

6

Numerator
12x2 – 8ax + 9ax – 6a2

Denominator
(3x + 2a) ( 3x – 2a)
(3x – 2a) ( 4x + 3a)
(3x + 2a) (3x – 2a)
4x + 3a
3x + 2a

M1

M1

A1

Factorisingnum  1y
Factorizing den correctly
Must be extracted

 
   

3

   

7

Gradient of Q = 1/3
Y – 6  = 1
X – 3     3
3y = x + 15
Y = 1/3x + 5

B1
M1
A1

Must be in the form
Y=mx + c

 
   

3

   

8

b2 = 62 + 112 – 2 x 6 x 11 x cos 1000
b2 = 179.92
b = 179.92
= 13.41

M1
M1
A1

Substituting in cosine rule

 
   

3

   

9

Total time taken = 90 + 15 + 5
                             =  110 minutes
                             = 1hr 50 minutes
              1500h + 1h 50min
                    1650h

M1

M1

A1

   
   

3

   

10

10 usygudys

B1

B1

B1

   
   

3

   

11

  GCD × LCM     
L.c.m of 36 &60
L.C.M of 36 & 6 = 180
900 × 6
  180
30

M1
B1
A1

 

 

12

v.s.f = 960: 1500
= 8 : 125
l.s.f = 2 : 5
A.s.f = 4 : 25
surface area of the larger can = 144 × 25
                                                          4
= 900 cm2

M1
M1
A1

   

13

L ( l – 16) = 132
L2 – 16L – 132 = 0
(L – 22) ( L + 6) = 0
L2 = 22 or L = -6 (Impossible)
L = 22M
P = 2(22 + 6) = 56

M1
M1
Al
B1

Attempt to get equation
Attempt to solve for L
Evidence of discrimination seen

 

14

14 yatfytda

CB = 1.2 x 20
= 24km

B1
B1
B1
B1

Locating C ly
Locating B ly
Locating A ly
Form 24km

 
         

15

15 ytafydtfa

A1

Premultiplying
Both values of x and y.  must be extracted

 
   

3

   

16

0.6511 x 1/10 + 3 ( 0.7656)
0.06511 + 2.3058
2.37091
1.5398

M1
M1
A1

   
   

3

   

17

  1.    x       =  5
    x + 12     10
    10x = 5x + 60
    5x = 60
    X = 12
    L =   242 + 102 = 26
    1/26 = 5/10
    L = 13
    Slant height 26 – 13
    = 13
  2. Curved area of the frustum
      S.A = πRL - πrl
    =  π (260 – 65)
    = 612.6
  3.  Volume of the frustrum
       1/3 π (R2H – r2h)
    = 1/3 π (2400 – 300)
    = 1/3 π (2100)
    = 2200 cm2

M1

M1

A1

M1

M1

A1

M1

M1

M1

A1

When 13 is seen

Both reas correct

 
 

Total marks

10

   

18

  1. 1 1/2 x 80
      = 120km
  2. 120 – 50
      = 40
  3.   Time taken
          =  3hrs
          8.300 + 3
         11.30A.m
  4. 3 x 120
    = 360km
  5. 600 – 360 = 240km

 M1

A1

M1

A1

M1

A1

B1

M1

A1

B1

For 11.30am
For 240

 
 

Total marks

10

   

19

Class

Tally

Frequency

Mid point

Fx

Cf

 145 – 149

150 – 154

155 – 159

160 – 164

165 – 169

170 – 174

175 - 179

11

1

1

11

11

111

2

1

11

5

7

7

3

147

152

157

162

167

172

177

294

152

1727

810

1169

1204

531

2

3

14

19

26

33

36

       

 Fx2

5887

 

b) i)  5887
           36
       = 163.53

  ii)  159.5+5
 = 159.5 + 1. 8182
=  161 . 32

c) Graph
19 iuyaguyda

 

B1

B1

B1

B1

A1

M1

A1

B1

B1

√ classes

√ frequencies (all Tallies)

√ Fx (frequency) X midpoints

√ Cumulative Frequency (c.f)

√ Plotting

√ curve
(No hanging curve. Not drawn by use of free hand)

 
 

                        Total marks

10

   

20

  1.                        
    1. 16200
         Y
    2. 16 200 or 16 200 – 60
        y + 3            y
  2.                                  
    1. 16 20016 200 = 60
         y           y + 3
       60y2 + 180y – 48 600 = 0
         Y2 + 3y – 810 = 0
      (y + 30) ( y – 27) = 0
        = 27 or -30
       = y = 27
    2. 16200 = Ksh 540
        30
    3. 15 x 16 200
      100     27
       = Ksh 90

B1

B1

M1

M1

M1

A1

M1A1

M1

A1

Simplifying and removing brackets

Factors equated to zero

Evidence of discrimation of -30 seen

21

21 khgyada

c) 1/2 × 8 × 8.2 = 32.8cm2

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

M1A1

600 

constructed locating point A

Dropping a

Length the 8.2 + 0.1

For a line at an angle to BC

For joining C to the last point

For locating point D

( following through)

 

Total marks

10

 
       

22

  1.                            
    1. BN = BA + AN
        = -a + 5/6 b
       =  5/6b – a
    2. CM = -b  + 2/5a
      =  b + r ( 2/5a  - b)
  2.                                      
    1. AX = b + rCM
      = b – rb + 2/5ra
      = ( 1 – r) b + 2/5ar
      Ax = a + k ( 5/6b – a)
       ( 1 – k)a + 5/6kb
    2. ( 1 – r) b + 2/5ar = ( 1 -k) a + 5/6kb
      5/6K = 1 – r – ( i)
      2/5r = 1 – k    -- (ii)
      K = 6/56/5r
      2/5 = 1- ( 6/56/5r) = 1 – 6/5 + 6/5r
      -4r = -1 = 7 r = ¼
       5/6K = ¾
                        K = 9/10

B1

B1

M1

M1

M1

M1

Al

Equating two values of AX.

Two equations extracted

   

10marks

 
23

(a)

23 ugtada

(b) A1(4,-4) B1(7,-3) C1(2,-1)

(c) A11(4,4) B11(3,7) C11(1,2)

(d) A111(4,-4) B111(3,-7) C111(1,-2)

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

B1

For plotting

For ∆ABC

For ∆A1B1C1

For construction or otherwise

For ∆A11B11C11 

 

For construction or otherwise

For ∆A111B111C111

24

  1. S = t (t2 – t – 2t + 2)
    =  t3 – 3t2 + 2t
    ds = 3t2 – 6 (2) + 2
    dt
    V = 3 ( 4)  - 6 ( 2) + 2
    V = 2m/s
  2. dv = 0
    dt
    dv = 6t – 6
    dt
    6t – 6 = 0
    t = 1
    = 3( 1)2 – 6(1) + 2
    = -1m/s
    3t2 – 6t + 2 = 0
  3. T = 6 +    (-6)2 – 4 ( 3) ( 2)
    T = 6 + 3.464
    T = 1.577 or 0.4227
  4. a = 6 ( 3) – 6 = 12m/s2
 

 

 

Total marks

10

 

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