Mathematics Paper 1 - Form 3 End Term 2 Exams 2021 Questions and Answers

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SECTION I (50 marks)

Answer all the questions in this section in the spaces provided.

  1. Evaluate: (3mks)
    1/2(3/+ 1/4 (7/3 − 3/7) of 11/2 ÷5)
  2. A triangle has vertices A(2,5), B(1,-2) and C(-5,1). Determine; 
    1. The equation of line BC. (2mks)
    2. The equation of perpendicular line from A to BC. (2mks)
  3. The shaded region in the figure below shows an area swept out on a flat windscreen by a wiper.
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    Calculate the area of the region. Take π= 3.142. (3mks)
  4. A piece of metal has a volume of 20cm3 and a mass of 300g. Calculate the density of the metal in kg/m3. (3mks
  5. List the integral values of x which satisfy the inequalities below. (3mks)
    2x + 21 > 15 − 2x ≥ x + 6
  6. Janet is a saleslady earning a basic salary of Kshs. 20,000 per month and a commission of 8% for the sales in excess of Kshs. 100,000. If in January 2010 she earned a total of Kshs. 48,000 in salaries and commissions. Determine the amount of sales. She made in that month. ` (3mks)
  7. The interior angle of a regular polygon is 108o larger than the exterior angle. Find the number of sides of the polygon. (3mks)
  8. Given that Cos A = 5/13 and angle A is acute. Find the value of 2tan A + 3sin A without calculators. (3mks
  9. Without using a calculator evaluate: (2mks)
    (−9 + (−7) × (−8) − (−5)
      (−2 + (−6) ÷ 3 × 6)
  10. Solve for x in the equation below. (3mks)
    (6x − 4)(2x − 1) = (6 − 5x)
          3              2               6
  11. Calculate the area of the trapezium show below. (3mks)
    mathsp1endt2q11
  12. Solve the simultaneous equation. (4mks)
    x2 + y2 = 26
    x + y = 4
  13. Express 72 and 125 as products of their prime factors. (2mks
  14. A service vehicle left town P for town Q at 1000 hrs had a puncture after travelling for 4 hrs 20 mins. Fixing a new tyre took 33 minutes. The vehicle then travelled for 1 hr 20mins to reach town Q. At what time did it arrive in 12 hour clock system? (3mks)
  15. A tourist visited Kenya with 2500 US dollars and changed the US dollars into Kenya shillings at a local bank in Kenya when the exchange rates at the time were as follows:
                                  Buying                              Selling
    1 US dollar              shs.78.45                          shs. 78.55
    1 Sterling Pound       shs.120.25                       shs. 120.45
    1. How much did he get in Kenya shillings? (2mks)
    2. While in Kenya he used shs. 80,000 and after his stay he converted the remaining amount into Sterling pounds. Calculate to 2 decimal places the Sterling pounds that he got. (2mks)
  16. Use logarithms tables to evaluate: (4mks)
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SECTION II (50 marks)

Answer any five questions in this section in the spaces provided.

  1. A motorist left Embu for Nairobi a distance of 240km at 8:00 a.m. and travelled at average speed of 90km/hr. Another motorist left Nairobi for Embu at 8:30a.m and travelled at 100km/hr. Find;
    1. The time they met. (3mks)
    2. How far they met from Nairobi. (3mks)
    3. The time of the day each motorist arrived at his destination. (4mks)
  2. A farmer has a rectangular farm which measures 100m by 80m. The farmer intends to fence the plot using post at intervals of 4m apart leaving a gate of 4m. Also he will use four strands of barbed wire. Each post cost shs. 125 and wire is sold at rolls of 60m costing shs. 1,500. Calculate;
    1. The number of post he will use. (2mks)
    2. The total length of the barbed wire. (2mks)
    3. The total cost of fencing the farm if the cost of the gate is 8,000/= and labour is shs. 1,500. (3mks)
    4. The farmer wishes to subdivide further the farm into square plot. Find the maximum area of each plot. (2mks
  3. The parents of a certain mixed school decided to buy a school van worth Kshs 900,000. Each student was to contribute the same amount of money. 50 students were transferred from the school as a result each of the remaining students had to pay kshs.600 more.
    1. Find the original number of the students in the school. (5mks)
    2. Find the percentage change in contributions per student. (3mks)
    3. If the ratio of boys to girls in the school was 11:7, find the amount of money contributed by boys alone. (2mks)
  4. The figure below shows two circles of radii 8cm and 6cm with centres O1 and O2 respectively. The circles intersect at points A and B. The lines O1O2 and AB are perpendicular to each other. If the common chord is 9cm; (Take π=3.142.
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    Calculate to 4.s.f.
    1. Angle AO1B (2mks)
    2. Angle AO2B (2mks)
    3. Area of the shaded region. (6mks)
  5. A village water tank is in the form of a frustum of a cone of height 3.2m. The top and bottom radii of 18m and 24m respectively as shown below.
    mathsp1endt2q21
    1. Calculate;
      1. The surface area of the tank excluding the bottom. (4mks)
      2. The capacity of the tank in litres. (3mks)
    2. 15 families each having 15 members use the water tank and each person uses 65 litres daily. How long will it take for the full tank to be emptied? (3mks)
  6. Measurements of a maize field using baseline XY were recorded as shown below in metres
    mathsp1endt2q22
    1. Show the map of the maize field by scale drawing. Take 1cm rep 20m. (4mks)
    2. Find the area of the field in hectares. (4mks)
    3. If the cost of one hectare is Kshs. 65,000, find the total cost of the maize field. (2mks)
  7. Using a ruler and pair of compass only construct the following.
    1. Triangle XYZ where XY is 6cm and angle XYZ is 135o and YZ = 7 cm. Measure XZ. (3mks)
    2. Drop a perpendicular from Z to meet line XY at K. measure YK. (3mks)
    3. Bisect line XY and let the bisector meet line XZ at Q. (2mks)
    4. Join Q to Y and measure angle XQY. (2mks)
  8. Complete the table for the function. 
    1. y=1 – 2x – 3x2 in the range -3 ≤ x ≤ 3 (2mks)
       x  −3  −2  −1  0  1  2  3
       −3x2  −27    −3  0    −12  
       −2x        0      −6
       1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1
       y  −20      1    −15  
    2. Use the table above to draw a graph of y=1 – 2x – 3x2 on the graph provided. (4mks)
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    3. Use the graph in (b) above to solve;
      1. 1 – 2x – 3x2 = 0 (2mks)
      2. 2 – 5x – 3x2 = 0 (2mks)


 



 



 



 



 



 



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  1.  
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  2.  
    1. B (1, −2) C(−5, 1)
      Gradient = (1− −2)
                       (−5 −1)
      =−3/6 =−1/2
       
      B (1, −2) (x, y)
      = (y+2)  = −1
          (x−1)       2
      y + 2 = 1⁄2x+ 1⁄2
      y = 1⁄2 x+ -3⁄
    2. A (2,5) G = 2
      = (y − 5) =2
          (x − 2)
      y – 5 = 2x – 4
      y = 2x + 1
  3. 3.142 ×120/360×202  3.142 × 120/360 × 162
    418.93 – 268.12
    = 150.81cm2
  4. D = mass
         volume
    = 20/300 ×1000
    = 66.67 kg/m3
  5. 2x + 21 > 15 – 2x                         15 – 2x ≥ x + 6
    4x > -6                                                  9 ≥ 3x
    x > -1.5                                                 3 ≥ x
    -1.5 < x ≤ 3
    Integral values -1, 0, 1, 2, 3
  6. 48,000 – 20,000 = 28,000/=
    28000 = 8/100 × x
    x = 350,000 + 100,000
  7. x + (x + 108) = 180
    2x + 108 = 180
    x = 36
    Interior = 36 + 108 = 144                 

    Exterior = 36o

    No. of sides = 360/36
    = 10 sides.
  8.  
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    2(12/5) + 3(12/13)
    24/+ 36/13
    492/65
  9. N = -9+56+5
    = 52
    D = -2 + (-2) ×6
    = -14
    = 52/-14 = -26/7
    = -3 5/7
  10.  
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  11. A = ½ x (15+20) ×8 sin 35
    = 80.3 cm2
  12. x = 4 – y
    (4 - y)2 + y2 = 26
    16 – 8y + y2 + y2 = 26
    2y2 – 8y – 10 = 0
    y2 – 4y – 5 = 0
    y = -1              x = 5
    y = 5               x = -1
  13.  
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  14. 10 00 hrs
    +4 20
    14 20 hrs
      +33
    14 53
      1 20
    16 13h

    = 4:13p.m
  15.  
    1. 2500 x 78.45
      = shs. 196125
    2. 196125 
       -80000
      116125

      116125
      120.45
      = 964.09 sterling pounds
  16.  
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  17.  
    1.  
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      8: 00 am  → 90km/h
      T= 30mins
      S= 90km/h
      D= 45km
      D.A = 195km
      RS = 190km/hr
      T = 39/38

      8.30 am
       +62
      9.32 am
    2. T= 39/38 hr
      S = 100km/hr
      D= 102.63 km
    3. Embu → Nairobi                 Nairobi → Embu
      D = 240km                        D = 240km
      S = 90km/hr                      S = 100km/hr
      T= 2hr 40mins                   T = 2h 24mins

      8.00                                   8.30
      2.40                                   2.24
      10.40am                            10.54 am
  18.  
    1. P = 180 × 2
      = (360-4) = 89+1
              4
      = 90 posts
    2. (360 – 4) ×4
      = 1424 m
    3. (90 x 125) + (1424 x 1500) + 8000
                             60
      11250 + 35600 + 8000 + 1500
      = sh. 56350
    4.  
       10  100  80
       2  10  8
         5  4
      G.C.D = 20
      Area= 20 × 20
      = 400m2
    1. 900000 − 900000 = 600
      (x – 50)       x
      900000x – 9000000x + 45000000 = 600
                     x (x -50)
      45000000 = 600x2 – 30000 x 
      600x2 – 30000x – 45000000 = 0
      x2 – 50x – 75000 = 0
      50 ± √(2500- 4 x 75000)
                        2
      50 + 550            50 - 550
           2                       2
      x = 300 students
    2. Original = 900000
                        300 
      = 3000
      New = 900000
                   250
    3. = 3600
      = 600 x 100
            3000
      = 20%
    4. B               G
      11              7
      = 11 x 900000
         18
      = sh. 55,000
  19.  
    1. Angle AO1B (2mks)
      Sin-1θ=(4.5/8)
      θ=34.23
      AO1B = 34.23 ×2
      = 68.46o
    2. Angle AO2B
      Sin-1θ=4.5/6 
      θ=48.59
      AO2B = 48.59 × 2
      = 97.18o
    3. Area of the shaded region. (6mks)
      68.46/360 × 3.142×82 − 1⁄2×8×8 Sin 68.46 
      38.24 − 29.76 
      = 8.48cm2
      97.18/360 × 3.142×62 − 1⁄2 × 6 × 6 Sin 97.18 
      30.53 − 17.86 
      = 12.67
      Shaded Area = 8.48 + 12.67
      = 21.15 cm2
  20.  
    1.  
      1. The surface area of the tank excluding the bottom. (4mks)
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        24 = 3.2 + x
        18          x
        24x = 57.6 + 18x
        6x = 57.6
        x = 9.6m
        slant height of big cone = √(242 + (9.6+3.2)2)
                                           = 27.2

        S.A Big Cone = 22/× 24×27.2
        = 2051.66cm2

        S.A of small Cone = 22/× 18 × 20.4
        = 1154.06

        S.A of tank =2051.66 – 1154.06 + 22/× 182
        = 897.6 + 1018.29
        = 1915.89 m2
      2. The capacity of the tank in litres. (3mks)
        Volume of big cone =1⁄3×22/7×24×24×12.8 
        = 7723.89 m3
        Volume of small cone =1⁄3×22/7×18×18×9.6 
        = 3258.51m3
        Volume of tank = 7723.89 − 3258.51 
        = 4465.3757
        4465.3757 ×1000
        = 4465375.7 litres
    2. (4465375.7)
      (15×15×65)
      = 305.3 days.
  21.  
    1. Show the map of the maize field by scale drawing. Take 1cm rep 20m. (4mks)
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      1. A = ½ (a + b)h
             = ½ (20 +100)80
              = 4800 m2
      2. A = ½ (a + b ) h
             = ½ (20 + 100)60
              = 4500m2
      3. A = ½ (a +b)h
             = ½ (50 +75 ) 40
             = 2500m2
      4. A= ½ bh
            = ½ x 75 x 60
            = 2250m2
      5. A = ½ bh
             = ½ x 160 x 50
             = 4000m2
      6. A = ½ (a + b)h
             = ½ ( 100 + 160) 70
             = 4550 m2
      7. A = ½ bh
             = ½ x 30 x 50
             = 750
      8. A = ½ bh
             = ½ x 20 x 20
             = 200m2
    2. Find the area of the field in hectares. (4mks)
      = 4800 + 4500 + 2500 + 2250 + 4000 + 5600 + 4550 + 750 + 200
      = 29150m2
      1 ha = 10, 000 m2
        ?    = 29, 150 m2
      = 29150 x 1
             10000
      = 2.9150ha
    3. If the cost of one hectare is Kshs. 65,000, find the total cost of the maize field. (2mks)
      1 ha = shs 5000
      2.9150 ha = ?
      = 2.9150 x 65000
                   1
      = ksh. 189475
  22.  
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    1. measure YK. (3mks)
      = 4.8 cm
    2. Bisect line XY and let the bisector meet line XZ at Q. (2mks)
    3. Join Q to Y and measure angle XQY. (2mks)
      XQY = 130o
  23. Complete the table for the function. 
    1.  
       x  −3  −2  −1  0  1  2  3
       −3x2  −27  -12  −3  0  -3  −12  -27
       −2x  6  4  2  0  -2  -4  −6
       1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1
       y  −20  -7  0  1  -4  −15  -32
    2. Use the table above to draw a graph of y=1 – 2x – 3x2 on the graph provided. (4mks)
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    3. Use the graph in (b) above to solve;
      1. y=1 – 2x – 3x2 = 0 (2mks)
        1 – 2x – 3x2=0
        = -1, 0.2
      2. 2 – 5x – 3x2 = 0 (2mks)
        1 - 2x – 3x= 0
        2 - 5x – 3x2 = 0
        -1 + 3x = 0
        3x = 1
        x = 1/3

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