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ANNEX B

ACJC H2 Maths Preliminary Examination Paper 2

Qn/No Topi c Set Answ er s
1 System of Equations
( )
3 2
5 31 8
2
2 6 3
f x x x x = ÷ + + ÷
2 Summation/Method of
Difference
1
2
P = ,
1
2
Q = ÷
(i)
1 1 1
2 20 ( 1)( 2) n n
¦ ¹
÷
´ `
+ +
¹ )
, (ii)
1
4
.
3 Complex Numbers
(a)(i) ( )
1
Im 2 z t
t
= ÷ ÷
(a)(ii)
1
2
y x
x
= ÷
+

(a)(iii)














(b)











3 29
2

y x =
1
2
y x
x
= ÷
+

1 2 ÷ ÷
1
2
÷
1 2 ÷ +
5
-2
(5, -2)
0
x
y
4 Vectors
(ii) r =
4 2
3 1 ,
4 1
IR ì ì
| | | |
| |
+ e
| |
| |
÷
\ . \ .

(iii) 6
(iv) (4,3,4) cannot be a pt on plane
3
t ,
therefore
4
3 . 20
4
a
b
c
| | | |
| |
=
| |
| |
\ . \ .
4 3 4 20 a b c ¬ + + =

We also need
1
l to be parallel to
3
t ,

therefore
1
. 2 0 2 4 0
4
a
b a b c
c
| | | |
| |
= ¬ + + =
| |
| |
\ . \ .

5 Graphing
Techniques/Transform
ations
(a) Sequence of transformations:
EITHER (1) Scaling parallel to the x-axis by factor 3
(2) Translation in the negative x-axis direction
by k units

OR (1) Translation in the negative x-axis
direction by
3
k
units
(2) Scaling parallel to the x-axis by factor 3
(b)(i)
















(b)(ii) 3 a k > + .
O
x
y
( ) 3 , 0 k ÷ ÷

( ) 3 , 0 k ÷
( , 0) k ÷
3
x k
y
+
=
3
x k
y
÷ ÷
=
2
0, 1
9
k
| |
÷ ÷ |
|
\ .

2
0, 1
9
k
| |
÷ |
|
\ .

2
C
( ) , 0 k
( ) 0,1
( ) 0, 1 ÷
1
C
6 Permutation &
Combination
(i) 150, (ii) 60.
7 Probability/Binomial
Distribution
(i) 0.049 , (ii) 0.20610, (iii) 0.778, (iv) 14.
8 Normal Distribution (ii) 0.818, (ii) 2.99, (iii) 0.971.
9 Testing Hypothesis (i) We have insufficient evidence at the 10% significance
level to conclude that the mean number of packets of
cereal sold per day has increased.

(ii) 51 n >
10 Poisson Distribution
Binomial Distribution
Normal Distribution
Central Limit Theorem
(b) 0.193, (c) 0.750, (d) 0.868.
11 Sampling Methods
Correlation & Linear
Regression
(a)(i) These 50 visitors will not be a good representation
of all the visitors as morning and late afternoon visitors
are unrepresented.
(a)(ii) Let the sample size be 50.
1000
20
50
(
=
(
¸ ¸

Select a random number between 1 and 20, say 18. Pick
the 18
th
, 38
th
, 58
th
, 78
th
,…, 998
th
visitor.
This method is better because both the morning and the
afternoon visitors are represented.
(b)(ii) 32.8 ÷
This linear model is not suitable as the age of a person
cannot be negative.
(b)(iii)












(b)(iv) 0.95909 r = ÷
There is high negative correlation between the age of the
visitors and the time they spent at the exhibition.
(b)(v) 14
This estimate is reliable as 430 falls within the given
data range of x.
483
15
Time Spent /min
Age /years
19 85