SPM 2010 Trial Perlis
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Here are the Perlis Trial SPM 2010 set of questions. No answer scheme provided (yet), if you have any, please let us know. We would like to have it. SPM[...]
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BACKGROUND
Every business requires some form of investment and a sufficient number of customers to buy its products or services that give profits on a continuous basis. When pricing experts set a selling price for a new product, their goal is to maximize profits. They begin by estimating the demand for the product at various selling prices. Generally, the demand for a product will increase as the selling price decreases.
PART 1
Table 1 shows the various selling prices and estimated demand for a particular computer component manufactured by a company, Warisan RMN.
(a) Determine the relationship between the demand, d, and the selling price, s, by plotting a graph based on the values displayed in Table 1. Plotting of the graph can be done manually, using computer software such as Microsoft Excel or graphing calculator. Interpret the graph, discuss and write a brief explanation on the relationship between the demand and the selling price of the computer components manufactured by the company.
(b) Assuming that the production cost of the computer component is RM50 per unit, express the yearly profit, Y, in terms of the selling price, s. Comment on your answer. [Note: Total Profit = Total Sales — Total Cost]
(c) Use two or more methods to determine the maximum profit and the corresponding selling price. Explain your answers.
(d) Further, determine the number of the computer components to be manufactured by the company in order to gain maximum profit.
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The diagram below shows the gate of an art gallery. A concrete structure is built at the upper part of the gate and the words ‘ART GALLERY’ is written on it. The top of the concrete structure is flat whereas the bottom is parabolic in shape. The concrete structure is supported by two vertical pillars at both ends.
The distance between the two pillars is 4 metres and the height of the pillar is 5 metres. The height of the concrete structure is 1 metre. The shortest distance from point A of the concrete structure to point B, that is the highest point on the parabolic shape, is 0.5 metres.
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