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Question 1

Marks

(a) Differentiate with respect to x and simplify:


(i)
y = tan (3x)
1
(ii)

y= sin (x )

1+ e
1 + e x
x

(iii)
(b)

y=

The quadrant in the diagram has an arc length of 5 cm.


Find the exact value of the radius r.

5 cm
r cm
Diagram not
to scale

r cm

(c)
Find the equation of the tangent to the curve
point where x = 2.

y = ln(2 x 3) at the

0 x 2

(d)

Solve for x :

(e)

The diagram below shows a sketch of the curve y = f(x).


Draw a sketch of the gradient function y = f ' ( x) on the diagram
which is attached at the back of this question paper.

2 sin x cos x = cos x ,

y = f(x)

Question 2 (Start a new page)

Marks

(a)

A is the point (-3,1) and B is (2,5).


Draw the diagram in your answer book.

(i)

Show that equation of AB is 4x 5y +17 = 0.

(ii)

Show that the length of AB is

(iii)

Calculate the perpendicular distance from O to AB.

41.

1
2

(iv)

Find the point C such that AOCB is a parallelogram.

(v)

Find the area of the parallelogram AOCB.

(vi)

Find the co-ordinates of the point of intersection of AC and OB.

(vii)

On your diagram shade the region 4x 5y +17 0.

Given that y = 2cos x + 1 ,

(b)

0 x 2

(i)

Find the amplitude.

(ii)

Find the period.

(iii)

Where does the graph cut the x- axis ?

(iv)

Sketch the curve y = 2cos x + 1 ,

Question 3 (Start a new page)

0 x 2

Marks

(a)

the amount of green house gases is increasing but owing to the


efforts of OECD countries, it is increasing at a decreasing rate.
(i)

If G is the amount of green gases, what does this statement imply


d 2G
dG
about
and
?
dt
dt 2

(ii)

Draw a possible graph of G as a function of time t which shows these


features.

(b)

28 2 cm

150
20 cm

x cm
Diagram

In the above quadrilateral ABCD, the diagonal BD bisects ADC and


is equal to the side DC.
AB = 28 2 cm, BC = 20 cm and DAB = 150 .

Let DC = x cm and BDC = .

14 2
.
x

(i)

Show that sin =

(ii)

By considering the triangle BDC, find an expression for cos in


terms of x.

Marks

Question 3 continued
(c)

A rectangular box has edges of lengths a, b and c units.


A diagonal of length d is drawn through the box between opposite
corners as shown.
The three different angles between this diagonal and the three edges
a, b and c of the box are labeled , , respectively.

c
b

a
Not to scale

(i)

Express d in terms of a, b and c.

(ii)

Hence , or otherwise , show that the angles , , satisfy the


identity cos 2 + cos 2 + cos 2 = 1 .

(d)

ABC is an arc of a circle with centre O and radius r cm.

B
10 cm

40 cm

40 cm

r cm

r cm
O

Diagram not to scale

Copy the diagram onto your answer sheet.


(i)

If AD = CD = 40cm and BD = 10cm, show that the radius is 85cm.

(ii)

Find the area of the segment ABCD to the nearest cm 2 .

Question 4 (Start a new page)

Marks
ln x
x2

(a)

Differentiate with respect to x and simplify :

(b)

A right circular cone of height h cm and base radius r cm is


inscribed in a sphere of radius 3 cm, as shown below.

(i)

Show that the volume (V) of the cone is given by the formula
V=

( ii)
(c)

y=

(6 h 2 h 3 ) .

3
Find the height of the cone so that its volume is maximized.

Given that y = (1 x)e x


(i)

Show that y ' = xe x .

(ii)

Find the co-ordinates of any stationary points and determine their


nature.

(iii)

Find the co-ordinates of any inflexion points.

(iv)

Sketch the curve y = (1 x)e x , showing all the essential features.

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