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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)

12-

*a++-

2.

(a)

(2 + 3;r)a

(b) Write

(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)

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

## 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)

an approximate

ofR.

(4)

(c)

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

J,[-..h)*
(2)

5-

'.

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

IBE

(a) (b)

place'
(4)

place'
(5)

--

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

. (i)

## Find the exact value ofx for which

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

(4\

(ii)

Given that

log,y + 31o9"2:
express

Jr'

(3)

.-) 5 a+.t+ o LI

2-7

8 r) 5l-+ 1= J6r

jlL,l\$*\$.

1qS*2:-a-

8. (i)

x < 180",
tan(,r

40') = 1.5
(3)

## (ii) (a) Show that the equation

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

fotm
4cos2 0

cos0

- 1 :0

(3)

O)

< d<360',
sin9 tanq

3cose + 2

(s)

==-Y:Y,:ftg

-129.+

-a- 1-CoszB

zgr2(psS
=gCn

9.

## !: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

(3)

(3)