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2012 Preliminary Course Half Yearly Examination

MATHEMATICS EXTENSION 1
Name: Maths Teacher: Maths Line:

Set by: Carmen Lloyd

General Instructions

Writing time 1 hour Write using blue or black pen Calculators may be used. Attempt questions 1 - 8 START EACH QUESTION ON A NEW PAGE

NOTE: QUESTIONS 1 8 are not all of EQUAL VALUE Total marks (46)

The following outcomes are examined in this paper: PE2: uses multi-step deductive reasoning in a variety of contexts. PE3: solves problems involving permutations and combinations and inequalities.

Outcome
PE2

Multiple Choice /4 /1
/5

Q6 /17

Q7

Q8 /10

Outcome Total
/31 /15

PE3
Total

/14 /17 /14

/10

/46

Multiple Choice 1. Which expression is not equivalent to sin 150 ?


A. sin 30 B. sin 210 C. cos 60 D. cos 60

Marks 1

Outcome

PE2

2. The expression
A. cos t 0 sin 8

tan 0
sec 0 B.

is equivalent to:
sin 0 cos 2 0 C. cos 61 D. sin

3. Which expression is equivalent to


x 3 2x 1 x+3 2x +1

2x` +5x - 3

.,x2 -9

1 x +3 2x +3

A.

B.

C.

x 3 2x 3

D.

4. Solve ,h + 2sin x = 0 for 00 __ x A. 60, 120

360

B. 240, 300

C. 30, 150

D. 30, 330

5. How many arrangements of the word KITCHEN are possible if the vowels must stay together?
A. 2 15!2 ! B. 2!5! C. 2!6! D. 7 P2 x 5 /35

PE3

Question 6 a) Solve 12x +51= 3x +9

Marks 3

Outcome PE2

b) Find a and b if

17-- 5, = a+b,fi
2 +3../7
1

c) Express

1
2

x-4

2 +3x+ 2

as a single fraction in simplest form.

d) Solve simultaneously

xy = 4 2x-3y-5=0

e) Prove 1

sin3 0 + cos38 = sin 9 cos 61 sin 0 + cos B

3 3

f)

olve 2 cos30 +1 = Ofor 0 0

360

Question 7 x-7 a) Solve <3

PE3

x+4

b) David's playlist consists of 12 different songs that can be arranged in any order. (i) How many arrangements are there for the 12 songs? (ii) David decides that he wants to play his three favorite songs first, in any order. How many arrangements of the 12 songs are now possible? 1 1

c) How many arrangements of the word TRIGONOMETRY are possible if the letters M and E are to be together?

d) Seven people are to be seated at a round table. (i) How many seating arrangements are possible? (ii) Two people, Stephanie and Mary, refuse to sit next to each other. How many seating arrangements are now possible? 1 2

e) There are four women and five men on the local council. A committee of four councilors is to be formed to investigate the need for additional bicycle tracks. (i) How many committees are possible if there are no restrictions? 1

(ii) If the committee is to include 2 women and 2 men, how many committees can be formed? (iii) Two of the councilors are Mr Smith and Mrs Jones. If the committee is to include two women and two men, and Mrs Jones refuses to serve on the committee if Mr Smith is also on the committee, how many possible committees can be formed? 2

Exam continues on next page

Question 8 PE2
a) From a yacht that is sailing due north a lighthouse is seen on a bearing of 030. After 2km of sailing, the lighthouse is now on a bearing of 048 from the yacht. (i) Draw a diagram showing the above information. (ii) Calculate the distance the yacht is currently from the lighthouse, correct to 1 decimal place. 1 2

b)

i North

7North

Alli.
A

Points A, B and C lie on horizontal ground. A and B are 300 metres apart and C is due North of A. The bearing of C from B is 240. Point F is at the top of a flagpole h metres high with its base at C. The angles of elevation of F from A and B are 16 and 14 respectively. (i) Copy the diagram into your writing booklet and mark the given information on it. (ii) Show that ZACB =120 . (iii) Find expressions for AC and BC in terms of h. (iv) Hence, find the height of the flagpole, h, correct to the nearest metre. 1

2
3

End of Examination

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