Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 6

# 1

SERANGOON JUNIOR COLLEGE 2011 JC2 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION MATHEMATICS Higher 2 Tuesday
Additional materials: Writing paper List of Formulae (MF15)

## 9740/1 16 Aug 2011

[TURN OVER]

2 Answer all questions [100 marks]. 1 (i) Find the expansion of the term x2.

(1 + x )2
2 x

(1 + x )2 y=
2 x

## at the point where  

x =0. (iii) Find the range of values of x for which the expansion is valid.

1 and 6

un+1 = un +



## It is given that ln y = 1 + tan 1 x . Show that (1 + x 2 )

d2 y dy + (2 x 1) = 0. 2 dx dx (i) Find the first three terms of the Maclaurins series for y .

##   

(ii) Hence find the first three terms of the Maclaurins series for e x + tan x .

Let f (r ) =

8 , r 4

r + , r > 4

## (i) Show that f ( r ) f ( r + 1) =

8 . ( r 3)(r 4)


r =5

(ii) Hence find in terms of n, the sum of the series Sn = (iii) Find the exact value of Sn as n .
n 1

(r 3) (r 4) .

16

 

## (iv) Hence find

r =5

(r 2) (r 3) .

16



Sketch on the same Argand diagram the set of points representing all complex numbers z that satisfy both the following inequalities: z 2 2i 2 tan 1 ( 2 ) < arg ( z 1 2i ) . and (i) Find the exact area of the region that contains all the points that satisfy the above inequalities. (ii) Find the minimum value of z .

## 3 6 Find the equations of the asymptotes of the hyperbola

4 x 2 24 x 9 y 2 + 36 y = 36 . Hence sketch the hyperbola, stating clearly the asymptotes. Hence find the range of values of k, such that the equation
4 x 2 24 x 9 ( kx + 4 ) + 36 ( kx + 4 ) 36 = 0 has no real solutions.
2

 

(a) A graph with equation y = g( x) undergoes in succession, the following transformations: A: A reflection about the x axis B: A translation of 1 unit in the direction of the positive y axis C: Scaling parallel to the x axis by a factor of 3 x 12 The equation of the resulting curve is given by y = . 2x 9 Find the equation y = g( x) . (b) Given the curves of y = f ( x) and y = f ( x) below, sketch the graph of



y = f ( x) , stating clearly the turning points, asymptotes and axial intercepts y (if any). y = f ( x)

(1, 3 ) y=1 0
3 2

x=2 y

x=2

3 2

y = 1

y = f ( x)

##  [TURN OVER]

(i) By means of the substitution y = vx2, show that the differential equation dy x2 = 2 xy + y 2 , where x > 0 dx dv may be reduced to the form v 2 =0. dx (ii) Hence show that the general solution of the differential equation may be x2 expressed as y = , where C is an arbitrary constant. x+C (iii) Sketch and label clearly the family of solution curve of (ii), for C = 1. (a) The function f is defined by f : x 2 x 2 8 x, x a. (i) Find the smallest value of a such that f 1 exists. Hence find f 1 ( x ) in a similar form. (ii) Without the use of the graphic calculator, solve the equation
f ( x ) = f 1 ( x ) exactly.



 

 

## (b) The functions g and h are defined as follows:

g : x 7 ( x 2) ,
2

0< x3
18 x 7.

h: x 7 x ,

(i) Show that hg(x) exists. (ii) Express hg(x) in a similar form and find its exact range. 10 The Cartesian equations of two planes 1 and 2 are given by 1 : x 2 y + 2 z = 2

 

2 : x 2 y + z = 1.
(i) Find the length of the projection of the vector i + 2 j k onto 1, giving your answer in exact form. (ii) Find the position vector of the foot of perpendicular from the point  

## P (1, 2,1) to the plane 2.

(iii) A third plane 3 has equation given by ax 3 y + 2 z = 4 , where a is a constant. Given that the two planes 1 and 2 intersect along the line l, with vector equation given by r = (2 + 2t )i + (t 1) j 3k, t , find the value of a if the three planes have no point in common. (You are required to show clearly the workings that support your answer) 2 (iv) The plane 4 has equation given by r 0 = 3. 1





5 Find the acute angle between the line l and the plane 4. 11 (a) Show by integration that

x(ln x) 2 dx =

## c is an arbitrary constant. 1 dx. (b) Find 1 cos 2 x

(c) The curve C is defined parametrically by x = t 2 and y = ln t , t > 0 . The region bounded by the curve C, the y axis, and the horizontal lines y = ln 2 and y = ln 3 is denoted by R. (i) Sketch the graph of C for 4 x 9 , indicating clearly the coordinates of the end-points. (ii) Without the use of a calculator, find the area of R. (iii) The region enclosed by the curve C, the x axis, the vertical lines x = 4 and x = 9 is denoted by S. Find the volume of the solid generated when S is rotated through 2 radians about the x axis.  



12

. 3n+1 Obtain an expression for Un , the nth term of the series and prove that this is a geometric series. (b) An arithmetic progression is grouped into sets of integers as follows: {3} , {7 , 11} , {15 , 19 , 23} , {27, 31 , 35, 39} , where the number of terms is 1 for the first set, 2 for the second set, 3 for the third set, 4 for the fourth set and so forth. n ( n + 1) (i) Show that the total number of integers in the first n sets is , and 2 1 hence show that their sum is n ( n + 1) ( n 2 + n + 1) . 2 (ii) Find the first and the last numbers in the nth set, and show that the sum
of all the numbers in this set is n ( 2n 2 + 1).



##   

(iii) Hence find the smallest set number such that the sum of all the numbers in that set first exceeds 4500.

[TURN OVER]

13

(a) 1344 cm3 of paint is poured into an empty hemispherical bowl at a constant rate and is completed in 32 seconds. During the transfer, the volume of the 1 paint in the hemispherical bowl, V cm3 is given by V = h 2 (18 h ) , where 3 h cm is the depth of paint. Find the rate at which h is increasing when h = 2 cm. (b) A manufacturer wants to design a lidless container with a square base and
a capacity of 1000 cm3 . Given that the uniform thickness of the container 4000 4000 is 1 cm, show that the material used is x 2 + 4 x + 4 + + 2 , where x x x is the internal length of the tank. Hence find the value of x, such that the volume of the material used is minimised. [You need NOT prove that the material used is a minimum]
1 cm 1 cm



x cm

1 cm

1 cm



END OF PAPER