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CZ MAY

1.

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The first three terms ofa geometric series are

18,12
respectively, where p is a constant.

and

Find

(a) (b)

the value of the common ratio of the series,

(1)
the value ofp,

(1)

(c)

the sum of the first 15 terms of the series, giving your answer to 3 decimal places. (2)

ILL d\) c.Grz

tLrk ? I =6 c) s,s = K(l:la.:) =


12-

*a++-

2.

(a)

Use the binomial theorem to find all the

tems of the expansion of

(2 + 3;r)a

Give each term in its simplest form.

(b) Write

down the expansion of


(2

- 3x)a

in ascending powers ofx, giving each term in its simplest fom.

15.-kl '

b+ q6r--+Ll6*+ A6r1+glc*

b) t6-%c+ Ll6zf -Lt6*+8lx\

J.

f(x):2r3
whereaisaconstant.
Given that (r

5x2

+ ar + 18

3) is a factor of f(:r),

(a)
(b)

show that

a:

(2) factorise f(x) completely. (4)

Given that
g(r,)

2(3rr)

- 5(34'1 9(3.) + 18

(c) find the values of ;r that


where

satisfy g(v)

0, giving your answers to 2 decimal places

appropriat".

,r,

a) +(3) = Z(g)3
b)

- S(S)'+3a+ \8 =O

3a

"

-n

-'-

a.=-1

x
ec-

Za: +>L -b

-3

c)

!Ci3 1

l:5rOL=-L

3s=
35

l-5 -r Soto3sls = o.3+

lOqskD no so\gr,hovr, ='Z =) \= \./ U

,(a)

1*, +

l.y

decimal places' Complete the table betow, giving the missing value of y to 3

Figure

I
y

equation Figure 1 shows the region -R which is bounded by the curve with the x-axis and the lines x = 0 and x: 3

=:;' (x' + 1)

(b)

Use the trapezium rule, with all the values

ofy from your table' to find

an approximate

value for the area

ofR.

(4)

(c)

for Use your answer to part (b) to find an approximate value

J,[-..h)*
giving your answer to 2 decimal places'
(2)

5-

0.64 rad /

'.

Figure 2
Figure 2 shows a plan view of a garden' a lrt'anglre ABEjoined to a sectot BCDE of a The plan of the garden ,4BCuf'aionsists of circle uith radius l2m and centre B' :23m and BC : 12m' ifr" p"iti, A,, B andC lie on a straight line with AB

Given that the size of angle

IBE

is exactly 0 64 radians' find

(a) (b)

to 1 decimal the area of the garden, giving yout answer in m2'

place'
(4)

in metres' to 1 decimal the perimeter of the garden, giving your answer

place'
(5)

q,) A NEE 7 t (,zxzs)S,c.,o'6\

--

32'+tr,r+-

Grj*

=\23 +LzL- z(rz)(zg)CosO6tk

-'> hg = lS.lt--.

rz(Z:sorsil

, z3+ 12+ tS:l?-- t jo'ol1- -

6.

Figure 3
Figure 3 shows a sketch of part of the curve C with equation

y=x(x+$(x-2)
The curve C crosses the x-axis at the origin O and at the points

and B'

(a) Write

down the x-coordinates of the points ,4 and B. (1)

The finite region, shown shaded in Figure 3, is bounded by the curve C and the r-axis.

(b)

Use integration to find the total area of the finite region shown shaded in Figure 3.

= tzrL

.'. fotw( or"eo.. c S+?

. (i)

Find the exact value ofx for which

logr(2x): logr(5x + 4) -

(4\

(ii)

Given that

log,y + 31o9"2:
express

in terms of a. Give your answer in its simplest fotm.


Jr'

(3)

.-) 5 a+.t+ o LI

2-7

8 r) 5l-+ 1= J6r

jlL,l$*$.

1qS*2:-a-

8. (i)

Solve, for -1 80"

x < 180",
tan(,r

40') = 1.5
(3)

giving your answers to 1 decimal place'

(ii) (a) Show that the equation


sitq tanq = 3cose + 2
can be written in the

fotm
4cos2 0

cos0

- 1 :0

(3)

O)

Hence solve, for 0

< d<360',
sin9 tanq

3cose + 2

showing each stage of your working'

(s)

==-Y:Y,:ftg

-129.+

-a- 1-CoszB

zgr2(psS
=gCn

9.

The curve with equation

!:x2-32"'l(i +20, .r>o


has a stationary point P.

Use calculus

(a) to find the coordinates ofP, (b) to determine


the nature of the stationary point P.

(6)

(3)

10.

Figure 4
The circle

has radius 5 and touches the y-axis at the point (0, 9), as shown in Figure 4.

(a) Write down an equation for


A line through the point P(8,

the circle

C that is shown in Figure 4'

(3)

7) is a tangent to the circle C at the point 7'

(b) Find the length of PZ.

(3)