**STPM TRIAL 2007 NEGERI SEMBILAN--- PENGAJIAN AM**

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Please take note that the first eight topics (Paper 1) of Maths T and Maths S are the same. Besides, Maths T and Maths S are mutually exclusive. In other words, a STPM candidate cannot take both subjects at the same time. Maths T is taken by most science stream stuedents whereas Maths S is taken by some art stream students. Meanwhile, Further Maths is taken as the optional fifth subject by some science stream students.

Real numbers

Exponents and logarithms

Complex numbers

Sets

Polynomials

Equations and inequalities

Partial fractions

SequencesSeries

Binomial expansions

Matrices

Inverse matrices

System of linear equations

Cartesian coordinates in a plane

Straight lines

Curves

Functions and graphs

Composite functions

Inverse functions

Limit and continuity of a function

Derivative of a function

Rules for differentiation

Derivative of a function defined implicitly or parametrically

Applications of differentiation

Integral of a function

Integration techniques

Definite integrals

Applications of integration

Differential equations

First order differential equations with separable variables

First order homogeneous differential equations

Solution of a triangle

Trigonometric formulae

Trigonometric equations and inequalities

Axioms

Polygons

Circles

Vectors

Applications of vectors

Representation of data

Measures of location

Measures of dispersion

Techniques of counting

Events and probabilities

Mutually exclusive events

Independent and conditional events

Discrete random variables

Mathematical expectation

The binomial distribution

The Poisson distribution

Continuous random variable

Probability density function

Mathematical expectation

The normal distribution

Exponents and logarithms

Complex numbers

Sets

2.Polynomials

Polynomials

Equations and inequalities

Partial fractions

3.Sequences and Series

SequencesSeries

Binomial expansions

4.Matrices

Matrices

Inverse matrices

System of linear equations

5.Coordinate Geometry

Cartesian coordinates in a plane

Straight lines

Curves

6.Functions

Functions and graphs

Composite functions

Inverse functions

Limit and continuity of a function

Polynomials

Equations and inequalities

Partial fractions

3.Sequences and Series

SequencesSeries

Binomial expansions

4.Matrices

Matrices

Inverse matrices

System of linear equations

5.Coordinate Geometry

Cartesian coordinates in a plane

Straight lines

Curves

6.Functions

Functions and graphs

Composite functions

Inverse functions

Limit and continuity of a function

7.Differentiation

Derivative of a function

Rules for differentiation

Derivative of a function defined implicitly or parametrically

Applications of differentiation

8.Integration

Integral of a function

Integration techniques

Definite integrals

Applications of integration

Derivative of a function

Rules for differentiation

Derivative of a function defined implicitly or parametrically

Applications of differentiation

8.Integration

Integral of a function

Integration techniques

Definite integrals

Applications of integration

9.Linear Programming

10.Network Planning

11.Data Description

12.Probability

13.Probability Distributions

14.Sampling and Estimation

15.Correlation and Regression

16.Time Series and Index Number

This syllabus aims to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of biology to enable them to further their studies at institutions of higher learning or to assist them to embark on related careers, and also to promote an awareness among them of the role of biology in the universe.

1.The biology of molecules and cells

2.Energetics

3.Gaseous exchange, transport, and homeostasis

4.Control and coordination

5.Reproduction, development, and growth

6.Genetics

7.Taxonomy, biodiversity, and theory of evolution

8.Ecology

Candidates are required to enter for Papers 1, 2, and either Paper 3 or Paper 4.

Paper 1 (1¾ hours): 50 compulsory multiple-choice questions are to be answered.

Paper 2 (2½ hours): 4 compulsory structured questions in Section A and 4 out of 6 essay questions in Section B are to be answered.

Paper 3 (School term): 13 compulsory experiments are to be carried out for school-based assessment of practical work.

Paper 4 (1 hour): 2 compulsory structured questions are to be answered in this written practical test which is an alternative to Paper 3. Candidates repeating upper six, candidates taking an additional science subject outside the school time-table, and private candidates are required to take this paper.

This syllabus aims to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of chemistry to enable them to further their studies at institutions of higher learning or to assist them to embark on related careers, and also to promote an awareness among them of the role of chemistry in the universe.

1.Matter

2.Electronic structure of atoms

3.The periodic table

4.Chemical bonding

5.Reaction kinetics

6.Equilibria

7.Electrochemistry

8.Thermochemistry and chemical energetics

9.Period 3 and Group 2: Selected properties

10.Group 13: Aluminium

11.Group 14: C, Si, Ge, Sn, Pb

12.Group 15: Nitrogen and its compounds

13.Group 17: C1, Br, I

14.An introduction to the chemistry of d-block elements

15.The chemistry of carbon

16.Hydrocarbons

17.Haloalkanes

18.Hydroxy compounds

19.Carbonyl compounds

20.Carboxylic acids

21.Carboxylic acid derivatives

22.Amines

23.Amino acids and proteins

24.Polymers

Candidates are required to enter for Papers 1, 2, and either Paper 3 or Paper 4.

Paper 1 (1¾ hours): 50 compulsory multiple-choice questions are to be answered.

Paper 2 (2½ hours): 4 compulsory structured questions in Section A and 4 out of 6 essay questions in Section B are to be answered.

Paper 3 (School term): 15 compulsory experiments are to be carried out for school-based assessment of practical work.

Paper 4 (1 hour): 3 compulsory structured questions are to be answered in this written practical test which is an alternative to Paper 3. Candidates repeating upper six, candidates taking an additional science subject outside the school time-table, and private candidates are required to take this paper.

This syllabus aims to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding of physics to enable them to further their studies at institutions of higher learning or to assist them to embark on related careers, and also to promote an awareness among them of the role of physics in the universe.

1.Mechanics

2.Waves

3.Properties of Matter

4.Thermodynamics

5.Electricity and Magnetism

6.Optics

7.Quantum Physics

8.Atomic Physics

9.Nuclear Physics

Candidates are required to enter for Papers 1, 2, and either Paper 3 or Paper 4.

Paper 1 (1¾ hours): 50 compulsory multiple-choice questions are to be answered.

Paper 2 (2½ hours): 7 to 8 compulsory structured questions in Section A and 4 out of 6 essay questions in Section B are to be answered.

Paper 3 (School term): 15 compulsory experiments are to be carried out for school-based assessment of practical work.

Paper 4 (1 hour): 2 compulsory structured questions are to be answered in this written practical test which is an alternative to Paper 3. Candidates repeating upper six, candidates taking an additional science subject outside the school time-table, and private candidates are required to take this paper.

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因为系统出错，所以森美兰2006年数学trial paper 2, negeri sembilan mathematics T trial paper 2 2006 的第五页图章开启不道。。在此更正。。。

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