Paper 1 Mathematics SPM 2015 this year is considered quite difficult as you might need to have good thinking skills and patience. Capable students will find it challenging but less capable students will find it hard to score. All the best and good luck for your future papers.

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32 is C

ReplyDeleten(P ∩ Q ∩ R) = n(P) +n(Q) + n(R) - n(P ∩ Q) - n(P ∩ R) - n(Q ∩ R) + n(P ∩ Q ∩ R)

Hence, newspaper P only is n(P) - n(P ∩ Q) - n(P ∩ R) + n(P ∩ Q ∩ R)

yes,the answer Q32 is c

DeleteNo, the answer should be D.

Deleteyes i agree

Deletei agree is C

DeleteTotally C, 100%. First off, when they mentioned those who bought P, P(P) u automatically judge that a portion of those ppl bought nsp Q, R or both. Then the later, when they mentioned those who bought nsp P and Q, if u studied deeply enough, it is understood that in that crowd, some of them bought P and Q only, P(P∩Q∩R*), and some of them bought P, Q and R, P(P∩Q∩R). You have to take this into account, noticing that they didn't mention the word 'only', which if present implies an intersection with the region R*. Well, enough, u did not exclude any others when they first mentioned those who bought P, but now, u instead exclude R out of the set P∩Q. That is awfully not right as it would mean u r using two logics and they both contradict each other. Standard probability rules states in this case u CANNOT exclude R. You definitely cant say that if a person buys nsp P, Q and R, they are not considered buying P and Q and they would subsequently be excepted from that set. Truly, u see how ur own logic outplayed you. If u decide to continue using ur logic here, it would turn into a case as such if imposed on banking statistics. Every person has three accounts. There will be a loyalty reward for those who have $1000 in the first account and $5000 in their second account. Well enough, you have $1000 in ur first, $5000 in ur second and $500 in ur third. Tell me, will u be excluded from those who have $1000 and $5000 for the accounts respectively.

DeleteErm 32 the answer is C

ReplyDeleteA la

Deletei agree

ReplyDeleteQ32 is C.

ReplyDeletePaper 2 answer pls

ReplyDeleteQ11 how to solve it ??

ReplyDeleteWhy the answer not B??

Q11 how to solve it ??

ReplyDeleteWhy the answer not B??

Because the flag pole is inverted , its supposed to facing the box

DeleteOhh....okey. Thank you !

Delete40 is c ??

ReplyDeleteno.32 is C

ReplyDeletewhoever wrote D did not draw the Venn Diagram

Question no10 is D

ReplyDeletei fail mymaths confirm one also i dont know how to do my ambition to become a it(information technology) but i fail my maths i asking thepaper maker please help me to pass my maths ac101ao48

ReplyDeleteLol 11 should be B, there is no mirror at pin hole..and it is not physic

ReplyDeleteOne more thing, 10 should be D, you dont know the difference between column and row??

Totally agree with that.

DeleteLol 11 should be B, there is no mirror at pin hole..and it is not physic

ReplyDeleteOne more thing, 10 should be D, you dont know the difference between column and row??

Thank God, I was so afraid. Now only smiles, cuz I got 35, so an A is guaranteed.

ReplyDeleteno. 11 should be B..My teacher told me like that..and thats right..the flag pole will only be inverted if there is a convex lens.no 32 is C.Who drew a Venn diagram he knew..

ReplyDeleteexcuse me...where can I get the actual question ?

ReplyDelete#ASAP #reallyneed

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DeleteHow to solve question 31

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