Tuesday, May 8, 2012

MATHEMATICS UPSR PAPER 1 2011





1    Which of the following is correctly rounded off to the nearest thousand?





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D





2    4.09 million =





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3    Which table represents a total of RM76.15?





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D





4    Diagram 1 shows the time Amir watches a firework display.



Diagram 1

State the time in the 24-hour system.





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5    Which measurement is the longest?





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D





6    Which net is correct?





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D






7    493 232 ÷ 56 =





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8    Diagram 1 shows a number line.



Diagram 1

What is the total of M + N?





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D





9    18 032 x (30 - 12) =





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10    2 ÷ =





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11    Which value is the largest?





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D





12    700.6 - 74 + 87.17 =





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D





13    + + =





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D





14    70 % of 3 kg





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D





15    3 hours 24 minutes + 51 minutes =





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D





16    6 km - 2 025 m =





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D





17    6 x 400 g =





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D





18    Table 1 shows two types of fruit juice bought by Umar.



Table 1

Calculate the total volume, in l, of the fruit juice bought by Umar.





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D





19    Diagram 2 shows two cubes, W and X.



Diagram 2

Which cuboid has the same volume as the total volume of cubes W and X?





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20    Diagram 3 shows scores of a participant in a competition.



Diagram 3

Calculate the average scores of the participant.





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D





21   
There are 560 balls in a box. of the balls are red. of the remainder are blue balls and the rest are yellow balls.
How many yellow balls are there?






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B
C
D





22   
A school has 1 280 pupils. All the pupils are distributed equally into group A, B, C and D. of the pupils in group A are boys. The number of boys in group D is 20 pupils more than the number of girls in group A.
How many girls are there in group A and D?






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B
C
D





23   
A manager of a painting gallery estimated that 60% of the 1 460 visitors will attend on the first day of an exhibition, but 986 visitors attended.
What is the difference between the estimated and the actual attendance?






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D





24    Table 2 shows the number of residents in Taman Nusa.



Table 2

Calculate the total number of residents in Taman Nusa.





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D





25    Diagram 4 shows an incomplete bill of items bought by Encik Riduan.



Diagram 4

Which of the following are the 4 packets of item bought by Encik Riduan?





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B
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D





26    Diagram 5 shows the sales of the boxed drinks.



Diagram 5

Tan pays RM48 for the drinks sales.
How many boxes of drinks does he get?





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B
C
D





27    Azman has 14 m of wire. He cuts it into 14 equal parts. Every part has a length of 0.4 m.
Calculate the length, in cm, of the remaining wire.





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D





28    Diagram 6 shows the ending time of a drawing workshop.



Diagram 6

The duration of the programme is 2 hours.
Which clock face shows the starting time of the programme?





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D





29   
A van and a trailer depart from town Y to town Z at 11.25 a.m. The van takes 3 hours and 40 minutes to arrive at town Z. The trailer arrives at town Z, 55 minutes later than the van.
What time does the trailer arrive at town Z?






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30    Encik Kumar went to Paris from 13 November 2010 to 28 January 2011.
How many days was he in Paris?





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C
D





31    Diagram 7 shows the length of 3 ropes, P, Q and R.



Diagram 7

Which statement about the length is correct?





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D





32    Diagram 8 shows the price per metre of the red and grey ropes.



Diagram 8

Pak Ahmad buys 4 metres of the red rope and several metres of the grey rope. He pays RM74.80 for both ropes.
How many metres of the grey rope does he buy?





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B
C
D





33    Diagram 9 shows the mass of a packet of rice.



Diagram 9

A cook uses 500 g of the rice. He repacks of the remainder equally into 6 small packets.
Calculate the mass, in g, of each small packet.






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34    Diagram 10 shows the mass of a cake and an ice cream.



Diagram 10

How many times is the mass of the cake as compared to the mass of the ice cream?





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D





35    Diagram 11 shows the mass of a box of spices.



Diagram 11

The mass of the box when empty is 10% of the total mass of the box when filled with the spices.
What is the total mass, in g, of all the spices?





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C
D





36    Table 3 shows the volume of water in container P and container Q.



Table 3

Zul pours of the water in container P and all the water in container Q into a pail.
What is the total volume, in l, of water in the pail?





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D





37    Diagram 12 shows a square TUVW and a triangle UVY with equal sides.



Diagram 12

The perimeter of the triangle is 108 cm.
Calculate the perimeter, in cm, of the shaded region.





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38    Diagram 13 shows a square PQRS and a rectangle TUVR.



Diagram 13

The perimeter of the rectangle TUVR is 20 cm.
Calculate the area, in cm2, of the whole diagram.





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D





39    Diagram 14 is a bar chart showing the number of members in three societies. The number of members of the English Language Society is not shown.



Diagram 14

The number of members in the English Language Society is 40% of the total number of the Science and the Bahasa Melayu Societies.
Calculate the total number of members in the English Language and the Science Societies.





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D





40    Table 4 shows the mass of 3 girls. The mass of 2 boys are not shown.



Table 4

The mass of 2 boys is of the total mass of the 3 girls.
Calculate the average mass, in kg, of a pupil.





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