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oto
l' Y= 3 ' + 2 '

(a) Complete
thetabiebelow,givingthevaluesofy to 2 decimalplaces.

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 I


v 1.65 L.3s !rt 4. ol 5
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(b) Usethetrapezium
mle,with all thevaluesofl fromyoul table,to find anapproximate

.out
r"ro, {:' +z")a".
f

o.L (r+5+2 (r.ea+z.as+3'l314'o


, f (r) =:xr -5;6'?-531i6=-

(a) Find thc remainderwhen f(rc) is dividedby (r _ 3) .

Giventhat (jr - 5) is a factorof f(-r),

(b) find all thesolutionsof f(r) = 0.


(s)
3.
y = x' k^lx, wheref is a conslant.

(a) Find9.
dr
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(b) Given thatl is decreasilgat r. = 4, find thc set of possiblevalues oft.
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4. (a) Find the lirst zl terms,ir ascendirgpowe$ ofx, of thebinomialexpansionof (l +


rrr)7,
whered is a constant. Giveeachterm in its simplestform.
(

Giventhatthe coemcientof ,? in this expansion


is 525,

(b) find thepossiblevaluesofd.


5. (a) civen that 5sin0 = 2cosd,find the valueof tand.
(r)
(b) Solve,for 0 { .r < 360' ,

5 sin2x = 2cos2.:r,

givingyour answers
to I decimalplace.
(s)

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7. (a) Given that - ---....._---
..---...*-...
2logr(x-5) log3(2x-13) = 1,

show that r'z - I 6ir .f 64 = 0 .

(b) Hence,or otlerwise, solve 2 1og,(; - 5) - logr(2r.-l 3) = 1.


2)

-_ ez-t0*+z\ =_6l/ -3q , ,ir-,Oe+6!t=OrC


6.

Figure 1

FigureI showsthesectorOIB ofa circlewith centreO,radiusg cm andangle0.7radians.

(a) Findthelength
ofthearcAB. nO = q(0.+) = 6.3crn
(2'l

(b)FindtheareaorthesectororB. r Zljft0i
lez) .lW(O.+) - (2)

The linelC shownin Figue I is peryendicular


to Ol, andOBCis a straightline.

(c) Findthe lengthoflC, givingyour answerto 2 decimalplaces.


(2)

Theregion11isboundedby the arclB andthe lineslC ard CB.

(d) Find theareaofH, givingyour arcwerto 2 decimalplaces.


(3)

e) AC=q x Uanlo.f) : +,Egcrn


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8.

Figure 2

Figure 2 showsa sketchofpart ofthe curr'e C with equation

Y=t'-lox'+k '

where&isaconstant.

t he pointP on a rsthema\imumtumingpoinl.

Giventhatther-coordinateofP is 2,

(a) showthat /r = 28.


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The line throughP parallelto the r-axis cuts the],,-axisat the point N.
The regionX is boundedby C, the7-axis andPly',asshownshadedin Figure 2.

(b) Usecalculusto find the exactaxeaofR.


(6)

\?-+O+t =O => IL'LV


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9. The adultpoputationof a town is 25000 at theendofYear I

A modelpredictsthat the adult populationof the town will increaseby 37" each yeat
forminga geometncsequence.

(a) Showthatthe predictedadultpopulationat the endofYear2 is 25750


(l)

(b) Write doun tbecommonratioofthe geometdcseqLrence.


(r)
The modelpredictsthatYearly'will be the first yearin which the adultpopulationofthe
40000.
town exceeds

(c) Showthat

> 1o91.6
(N l) 1og1.03
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(d) Find the value ofM


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At the end of eachyear,eachmemberof the adult populationof the town will give t1 to
a chadty fund.

Assumingthe populatior model,

(e) find the total amountthat wjll be given to the chadty fund for the 10 yearsfrom the
endofYear 1 to theendofYear 10,givingyour answerto the nearestf,1000
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g=+r"*=*?ff
= an" '> l'
10, The circleC hascentreI (2, 1) andpassesthroughthe pointA (l 0, 7).

(a) Find an equationfor C.


(4)

The line /r is thetangentto C at thepoint B.

(b) Find an equationfor /,.


(4)

The line /, is parallelto /, andpassesthroughthemid-pointoflB.

Given that /, intersectsC at the points P andQ,

(c) find the length of PQ, giving your answerin its simplestsurd form.
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