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LIST OF CONTENTS
2 bount
This c:.;.lmill.ltion papct consi51s of THREE sectiou: Module I, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO C;\1\DIOATES
3. Unless othcrwiJ;C suued in the •ucstion, :my numerical answer th:u is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant fiJul\:s,
E.1MllnJhOn M:uc:rials
S4..'t.tio n A (Module I)
I. (n) (i) Complete the table below f<r the function I ft.x) 1. whc,re j{;r) = x (2 x).
2  I 0 2 3 4
ll;l II I 8
I I I0 I I8 I l 2 mark$)
(ii) II
Ske<ch the graph of f(.t) ior  2 ,; .<,; 4 . I 4 marks)
(b) Find the value(s) of the rc~ l number. k. for which the cqu::~t i on k(x2 + S) ~ 6 + 12t x"l
has equal rools. [ 6 mar·ksl
(c) I 4 marks)
2. (a) Prove, by Mathematical Induction, that !On  1 ts divisible by 9 for all pos1t1ve
integers n. [ 9 marks]
px + 2y = 8
 4x + p 2y = 16
where p E R.
(i) Find the value of p for which the system has an infinite nu mber of solutions.
[ 3 marks]
x+ 4
(c) Find the set of real values of x for which x2 > 5. [ 5 ma rks]
Total 20 marks
Section B (Module 2)
(e) The centre of Q is the midpoint of its diameter AB. Find the coordinates of B.
[ 4 marks]
Total 20 ma rks
a sector, OABC, of a circle with centre at 0 and a radius of 7 em, whe re angle AOC
n rad.tans.
measures
3
a right circ ular cone with vertex 0 and a circu Jar base of radius rem which is formed when
the sector OABC is folded so that OA coincides with OC.
A B A,C
(ii) The position vectors of two points A and B relative to the origin 0 are
a = 4cos2 8i+(6cos8l)j
b = 2 cos ei  j.
By using the identity in (b) (i) above, find the value of 8, 0::; 8::; ~ , suc h that
a and b are perpendicular. [ 5 marks]
Total 20 marks
Sectio n C (Module 3)
lim sin u
5. {a) {i) State the vnlue of II~
I) II
I I mark J
\
(b) rr y = :_ + Bx. where A nod Ban: constant~:. sl1ow that
X
d 1\• dy
,,~ i'it! + X 'JX ;; y. I 4 marks)
(c) 'f11edi3gram below. not dr.twn to ~C!IIt•. show~ p:ut of the cuf"\'C y1 = ·b:. Pis the point
on lhc: curve ut which lhe line. y = 2l" cut!( the c ur...,c.
r=lr
Find
(li) the \'Qiume of the solid a;cncrutcd by rot3ting the shaded a~1throog.h 2n radians
::~bou t the .'(·axis, ( ~ mnrks)
Tot:d 20 marks
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(b) Oetenninc the values o f x for which the function y ~ XJ 9,\'? + 15.l' + 4
TOhll20 marks
END OF TEST
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TEST CODE 02134032
FORM TP 2005254 MAY/JUNE 2005
If hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2, and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
Examination materials
Section A (Module 1)
1. (a) G iven that 2x2 + 8x + 11 = 2(x + h) 2 + k for all values of x, find the value of EACH of
the constants h and k. [ 5 marks]
(b) (i) If p, q, r, s E R , use the fact that (p q) 2 ;::: 0 to show that p 2 + q 2 ;::: 2 pq.
[ 2 marks]
(c) A club bakes and sellsxcakes, making a profit, in dollars, that is modelled by the function
f(x) =x 2  lOx.
(i) Sketch the graph of the function f (x) =x? 1Ox . [ 8 marks]
c) the number of cakes for which the GREATEST possible loss occurs.
[ 1 mark]
Total 20 marks
$c.."Ciicm 8 (Module 2)
2. (a) TI1e straigJu lii)C thtough the point P (4, 3) is peq>endicul:;u to J.r + 2y = 5 :md mc<:LS the
given line at N.
JZind
(b) T he to.ble below presents d:uo oolhcted on the movement of the tide at various times
uftcr midnight on a particulor day.
The height. It me tres, con be modtlled by a function of the fom1 h = I' cos (qt)0 + 7
where 1 is the time in hour$ afier midnight. Use dlc dota from the 1able to lind the
valuesof/IMdq. (12nmrk.<;J
'l'otnl 20 marks
S«tion C (Module 3)
lim x' I
3. (a) (i)
x I ·
I 3 nmrk.sl
x>1
( ii) [)c,termine the 1"('31 \' 3 hle$ o( X (Qr which the function
1< 1
JV) = x1 x 2
is cont.inuous:. J mnrksl
(b) Differentiate with respect to X . rror. first princip i i.':~. the funccion x: + b.
( 5 marksj
(c) Initially, the depth of Wtlter in a t:.ltk is 32 m. W~uer drains from the Ulllk chrough a
hole cut in che bouom. At/ minute! afler the water begins droining. the depth o f water
in the tank isx metres. The depth. ofthe water c hanges. with respect to time t. at the rate
equal to (21 4).
(i i) l·le.nce. detennine how long it takes for the water to drain completely from the
tonk. 1 4 mnrk.sj
To101120 marks
END OF TEST
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TESTCODE02234020
FORM TP 2005256 MAYIJUNE2005
2 lr!Jurs
·rhis examination paper consistS of THREE SC<;tiuns: Module I. Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDAn.S
3. Unless Otherwise s:UIIcd in the question. tilly numerical :tnswer thou is not
e:<~tMUST be written oom:et 10 three significant figures.
Examination Materials
Section A (Module 1)
1. (a) T he diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows two points, P( p , 0.368) and R (3.5, r),
on f (x ) = ex for x E R.
f (x) = ex
y
0 X
(i) Copy the diagram above and on the same axes, sketch the graph of g(x) = ln x .
[ 3 marks]
(ii) Descri be clearly the relationship betweenf (x) = ex and g(x) = ln x.
[ 3 marks]
Total 20 marks
(b) (i) Ell: press 2.\' + 1 in the fc:rm ~ + ...~~ + ~ , where i\ , 6 and C arc con·
x+ 1
.\'
stnnts. X"' (.\' + 1) I 7 marks)
I I I
J. (a) (i) Use the f:K:tthat  = I) to s how 1h111
r r+ 1 r (r +
S. t ( )
r = l l(r+ l ) 
1

I
1
11+1 '
(ii) I I mark ·1
(b) ·~'"
••tl! c.:ommon rnt1.o. r. o f n g.(.'Qmctn.r :>en.cs 1S
. f:1\'Cn
. 5·'
b y ,. =.,. F"md A L l_ 11c
I vaI ucs
4 + ,._
of x ror which the !\Cries conv.:rges. ' JIO marks)
(i) r.
"
r::O
~c .. =z·· I 2 uui.rks)
(ii) the equ:uionj{x);::;: 0 has a tt:ll root. ex. in the <;loS«! interval I I. 21
L 'marks}
Tot:.liZO mnrks
Section C (Module 3)
Answe.130Tl:l qutStlons.
5. (a) On a particul:uday, o <::ertain fuel service st3.tion offered 100 customers who purchased
premium or regular gusoline, a frre check of Lhe t!ngine oil or brnkc Ouid in the ir
\.'o?hi('l('$ Thl_~ S(':l"\'i('('S r~fllli r('.(i by ll\t~ ('IIS(Otner<> wer1• ~S (olfows·
IS% of the customers purchased premium gasoline. the otherS purchased regular
g{tSoline.
20% of the CU$10illCI'$ WhO pun::h~scd premium g_:.$01i llC reqUCSICd :1 Check for broke fiuid,
the others requested a check for engine o il.
51 oflhecustomei'S who putehased regular gasoline requested a check for engine oil. the
othe.tS requested a check for brake fluid.
(i) Copy a•'d comp\e(e the di;tgl't'm below to represent lhe. event srxu:e.
l(C'guJa r
( 51 gt;tse>lioc
'../ '../
I 3 marks(
a) who had purchased premium g:.soline requC$tcd n check for engine oil
b) who had requested uclted:. of the brake Ouid purchased regular gnsolinc
c) who had teqoosted :.'I check or the engine oil purcha$t.d regular gasoline.
I 6 marks]
(b) A bag oontah\S 12 red b.;'llls, 8 blue balls :.mel 4 white balls. Three balls are drawn from
the bng at random wlthoul replaeell:lCnt.
Calculate
(i) 1.he tota.l number or ways ofchoosing lhc three balls r 3 mnrksj
(ii) lhe probability that ONE ba!l of EACH colour is drawn 3 mnrks]
(iii) the probability that ALL ·r t1JU!I! balls druwn are of lhc SAME colour.
[ 5 mark$)
Total 20 mark.~
X 2
X 2 • 0.
2 x [ JOmarks]
(b) 1\velve hundted people visited :..n exhibitiOJl or1 hs opening day. 11lerenfcer. the
a ueodance fell each day by 4% of tlte number on the previous day.
(i) Oblllin an expression for the number of "i!;itors on the n1" day. L 2 mnrksl
(ii) Find !he: total m.un ber of visitors for the first n days, I 3 mnrksl
( iii) TI'e exhibiti o1~ closed aftet 10 days. Detennine how many people visited
duri.ng tJ1e period for Which it was Opened. r 3 mnrksl
(iv) lfthcex hibition h:td been kept opened indefinilely. wh:lt would be !he maximum
number of visitors1 I 2 marks I
Totol20 m~lrk$
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1j. /:ours
( 23 MAY ZOOS (p.m.))
This examination p41per consists of THREE secriom: Module I. Module 2, and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
Examination matcriols
St.>ction A (Module 1)
Answer Ui s question.
l. Table I presents d:tl3 Ql)l:tined from a biobgical investigation that involves two vatiables X
::tJld >'·
Table I
X 20 JO 40 so
y 890 1040 2500 3700
It is believed that x andy are rel:ued by the fonnu la. )' =b.\*.
(a) (i) By taking logarithms to OOse 10 o f bolh side$. conver1 y • b.~ to the fonn
Y = nX + d where n nnd dare constonts. I 4 mark$)
Tnble 2
1.30 UiO
).2 1 3.57
( 2 marks)
(c) Jn the J;r:lph Oil page 3, fog.. X is pJOII~d against JQg 10 )' (Qr ).) $,\' $ 1.7.
(i) Assuming that the 'be&t Slra1ghtline' is drawn to lit the data. determine
b) the value of/) given thm Ihis line pas.scs thrQUgh (0. I) 4 mr~rks l
c) Lhe \'aluc of each oflhe oonstMts," and d. in P:lfl (tl) (i) above.
l 2 mnr k.o;J
(ii) Using Ihe graph. Qt ozhtrwise. estim::ne the value of x ror which)' is 1800.
I 3 mnrks1
T()lnl20 mnrk.~
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:~ r ' ! I . I; 1'1;li ~: 1\ I I~ II IJ I 1'1
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Section B (Module 2)
2. Mr John Slick takes out a n investment with a n investment company which requires
making a fixed payment of $A at the beginning of each year. At the end of the invest
ment period, John expects to receive a payout sum of money which is equal to the total
payments made, together with interest added at the end of EACH year at a rate of r % per
annum of the total sum in the fund.
The table below shows information on Mr Slick's investment for the first three years.
Amount at
Year Beginning of Year ($) Interest ($) Payout Sum$
r
1 A A X 100 A+(Ax_r)
100
= A(1+r)
100
=AR
2 A+ AR (A+ AR) X _ r_
100 (A+ AR) + [(A+ AR) X 1~0 J
= (A + AR) (1 + I ~O)
=(A+ AR) R
= AR+ AR2
2 r
3 A+AR+AR2 (A + AR + AR) x lOO (A+ AR + AR ) R
2
= AR+AR +AR3
2
(b) By using the information in the Table, or otherwise, write an expression for the
amount at the beginning of the nth year. [ 2 marks]
(c) Show that the payout sum in (b) above is $ AR (R" 1) for R > 1. [ 7 marks]
R1
(d) Find the value of A, to the nearest dollar, when n = 20, r = 5 and the payout sum in (c)
above is $500 000.00. [ 7 marks]
Total 20 marks
Seclion C . todulf' J)
I 2 3 )
A • 2 4 S •
(
3 s 6
( J marks)
Total 20 marks
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TESTCOOE 02134010
FORM TP 2006257 MAYIJ UNE 2006
UN IT I  PAI'ER 0 1
2 hours
This ex::unin:uion paper ~ol'l si.sts of THREE sections: Module I. Module 2. Md Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
E.x::amination m3tcrials
S«tion II (Module I)
Tott~l 8 marks
Totnl? mnr_
ks
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4. The diagram below (not drawn to scale) represents the graph of the function f(x) = x 2 + 1,
 1 ~ x ~ 1 and p, q E R.
f(x)
( l , p) (q, 2)
r~,,~ X
1 0 +1
(a) Find
(ii) the range of the functi onj(x) for the given domai n. [ 1 mark]
Total 6 marks
X+ 2y = 1
2x+ my= n
Total 7 marks
Section 8 (Module 2)
6. In the diagram below (not drawn to scalt). the straight line through the point P(2. 7) and
perpendicular to the line x + 2y = II intersects x + 2y = I I at the poim Q.
)'
Find
Totn17 m t~ rks
7. In the dlatr.t.m below (not d.ra"n 10 sc:.;:de), AC • BC. AD • 7 untts. DC= S units.
an&kACB•fndiansW~g)eAOC= ~ ndi~M.
•
TocaJ 8 trulrk$
9. (a) The roots of the quadr.atie equation J.:! + 6.t + k • 0 we 3 + 2i and 3 2i .
find lhe vnlue or the constant k. ( 2 marksJ
(b) Fuld the real numbc:rs u and'' such fh:u l!.:!1! • I + ,.;. ( 6 marks)
341
Total 8 mark$
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s~ct i o n CCModute 3)
II . (a) find
lhl:'l .r+x2 ( .J marks l
,_, I
.x3x+2'
(b) Find the \•a luc.s of x e R sueh that t:tc func tion
/() 9  x'
·' • ~,,_3)(Jx J3)
is discontinuous. I 4 nulrksl
~l'oln l 7 nutrk.<;.
2 :t
12. Tile fune tion /(x) i.s defined by j{;t) = , (or x E R . x .,_ 0 .
.r
Determine the nature of the crilical·taluc(S) offtx). I_ 6 mnrk.sl
13. Titc diagram below ( not dr;_twn to sc:a't ) is a .skt:tch o( the St.ction o( the (unction
.{Vt)  x (.~ 12) which JX1$:fe.3 tht<>ush the oOsin 0 . A and /J arc the ~lalion;try poinl..$ on d~
curve.
,.
Find
(3) the eoordintttes of each of the s.tatiQtJ:.ll')' points.'' ~1 nd II S mnrks]
( ~) the C<Juntion <>f the norm~ I to the ctuvejV) ;; .'( ,r 12) ut the origin. .a mnrks l
·rotal 9 nu\ rkS
16
14. T he di agram below (not drawn to scale) s hows the shaded area, A, bounded by the curve y = x2
and the lines y = 1
x
2
1,x = 2 and x = 3.
I
y= 2x  l
16
Y = x2
r
(a) Express the shaded area, A , as the difference of two definite integrals. 1 mark]
2
2
X d.x + d.x. 2 marks]
Total 6 marks
Total 9 marks
END OF TEST
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
I. 1)0 NOT open this cxmn inntion pnpcr until instructed to do so.
3. Unless otherwise stated in the question. any numeric:.) answer that is not
exact ~·fUST be written COITCC"tlO three significant ligures.
S«tion A (Modul~ I )
,>+xy=6
x3y+ 1 • 0. I Smarks)
(b) 'rhc roots or the equation xl + 4x + I = 0 a.re a and fl. W•thout solving the cquotion.
•
! , •21n (It+ 1).
(a) ~c. by Mathem:uiol lnduction. f'l3l ,., (10 marl<s(
(i) ( Z marks)
2n
(ii) 1: r. 1 4 marks]
r " +I
(c) Pind 11 if '"
l:
r• " + I
r >= 100. I 4 mark$)
Total2.0 marks
Sc.'ttioo n (Module 2)
3. (a) (i) Find the coordin:ucs of the centre nnd radius oft he circle X!+ 2x + r 4)' s 4.
[ .a mnrksl
(ii) By writing X+ l = 3 sin e. sllow th3:t the parametric equations of this circle are
x=  1+3sin6.y=2+3eos0. ( 5marksJ
(iii) Show that the x<:oordinates of the poina of intei'SieCtion of this c ircle with
the line .t+)'= I rucx=1 t~ \'2. ( 4 marks]
(b) Find the gener.tl solutions of the tqltnion cos 0 • 2 sin:O l. 7 m"rks]
Total 20 marks
4. (a) Given that 4 sin x cos .t c R sin (x a). R > 0 and 0° <a< 90°,
(i) lind the values of Rand C'J: co>rrect to one decimal place ( 7 marks]
(ii) hence. find ONE value of x between 0° :md 360° for which the curve
y = 4 sin xcos x has a stationary poinl. ( 2 morks )
o) z, + lz I mark J
b) z: 1:.2 J m1lrks)
c) .!!. 5 markS]
(ii)
"
Pind the quadratic equation whose roo1s arc l 1 and t~. [ 2 mMks J
Totnl 20 nulrks
Scclion C (Module J)
lim sin 8x
5. <•> (i) State the value of
Sx + 0 s:r· [ I mnr k )
(ii) Given th at sin 2(x + 0..) sin 2x a 2 cos A sin B. find A nnd Bin terms of x
a.ndlor &r. I 2 marks]
(iii) Hence. or otherwise. differentiate with respect to .:r. from first principles.
thefunctiony=sin 2l'. I 7marksj
(b) The curvcy = !z:c! + .!_ p:lSSCS through the point p (1 .1 ) ond hus a grodicnt or 5 31 P.
.<
Filld
(ii) the equation of the tangent to the curve at the point wherex • ...!...
2
I 5 mar ks)
6. (o) In the diogram given below (nol drown 10 scule), the :u'e!l Sunder the line y = x. for
0S xS I, is divided into n set or n .ectongular strips each of width ! units.
n
J'
~~o~F===~2+J+~~~l_,~h<"I.'o"J..x
" • " . "
"
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TEST CODE 02134032
FORM TP2006259 MAY/JUNE 2006
Thls examin:uion paper consists ofTt~REE sectiorti: Module I. Module 2. .and Module 3.
ISS1'RUCTIOSSTO C,\J\"l>ll)AT&'l
Examination m:neri:ds
I, (• I
 
,,_,
1
(II I I 1 m:ar*sl
~·
(h) t\ \OI..,_h ur M lthlt'lic club hn,.'" five IUhtrltti, N, ~ . W,
lmd ''• l11 hill ltlliJthiJ cmnp. He
1,
IU.tlt'J In lllSlJnrntnt. f of athldt'l M, "• ' oifld )I II) rh)'t.flllf KtiVhtt:J l. 2, 3 :lJld 4
ln:•Jh.l•nt eo lht duagram bdow tft "hk:h A lu ..... . ' 'I , n.
2. ), 4) and
.
I IC• . IJ '' U.( ... )).(x.ll.()•A ll
. '
(I) Stilet C)Nb rt~n why the ""'"'l"""'tU J fmm A 11• If~~ not" fU"'lJcm..
l lmu rk )
(II) Suuc I WO ch.angeslh!lt thtco••ch would nL>ed In 11111lc ao lhr.t1 the asslgnmem.
f. btc:umcs II func:liOfl g!" + n. I 2 marks]
hU) I \ttIIJ lht function~ A + »•• (II) .._.,«" .. 1 llt't ,., bfdtrt'd ~*"·
I J marbJ
S('ttion B (Module 2)
2. (n) In nn expcrianenl,thc live weigh!, wg:rams.. of a hen w;.s found LObe a line:lr function./.
of the number of days. tl. after the te.•, was placed on a special diet, where 0 5 d s: 50.
At the beginning of the experil'nt.nl, the hen weighed 500 grams and 25 days later it
weighed I SOO gram$.
tl (days) 25
w (gms) soo
( Jtna rkl
(ii) Octcrminc
(iii) After how mony days is lhchen expcx:1cd to weigh 2 LSO gmms'? ( 2 marks)
( 1 m urk)
Total 20 rnorks
Section C (Module 3)
(b) Given that J:J(x) dx =10, find J: [f(x) + 4] dx + J: f(x) dx. [ 7 marks]
(c) A bowl is formed by rotating the area between the curves y = x 2 and y = x 2  1 for x ~ 0
and 0 ~ y ~ 1 through 2n radians around the yaxis. Calculate
(i) the capacity of the bowl, that is, the amount of liquid it can hold [ 3 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
TESTCOoe02234010
FORM TP 2006260 MAY/JUNE 2006
2 ltours
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATilS
Examination M:ueritals
<•> I 5 marks)
(b) l J markll:]
'f'otnl S n_
u1rks
Totnl 7 m.arks
3. (o) Find Lhc gradient or the c urve xl + .l)' = 2y2 ot l.hc point P ( 2. I), ( 5 n'Ulrk.~)
(b) Hence. n nd the equation of the nornal to the .:un·e ;11 P. [ 3 IHilrks)
·rol.al 8 mark~
a'y
(b) show thm  + 4y;; 0. 4 marks)
th'
Total 7 nmrk.S
5. Usc 1he substituti01' indicuted in EACH case: to find the following inu:grnls :
(b) 6 omrks l
Tolnl tO mark.<;
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Scttion 6 (ModuJt Z)
An. ·wcr
. A t L <JUHiions.
(i) ( 3 mnrksl
(ii) ( I mnrk 1
(b) Write the FlRST FOUR terms of th(5 sequence. ( 3 marks)
Total 7 nulrk.~
7. (o) Verifylhat thesum, s". of the SCric.!t+ ~' + ~ + ..., lOIIICffi'IS. isS.. = ~(l  F>·
I 4 runrksl
(b) Three consecutive tc.nns. x d , x otd x + t/, tl > 0. o( :.n nrilhmctic series have sum 2 1
and product JIS. J':Jnd the value of
(i) X l 2 marks)
Totnl tO mnrks
Total 6 marks
9. (3) Exp~•nd (I + ux) (2 x)J in powers of x up to the tcml in .il. u e R. 6 rn~rksl
(b) Given lhat the coeffi cient of the tetm in ,l:!. is zero. find the vaJue of"· 2 marksJ
Totnl 8 mtlrks
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' 
10.
y J'•e~
•;r
The diagf;lm above ( not drawn 10 sc~'l l e) $hows the graphs of the two functions y = e" a.nd
y=  X
(tt) Stole the equation in X that i.s sotisf~ed ot/J (CL Jl). the point or intersection of the two
grophs. ( 2 marksj
1"otul 9 m~1rks
Section C(Modulc 3)
Total 9 marks
12. <•> The leners H, R. 0. SandT :uc co•sonants. I n how m::my W!.l)'S can the l etters of thc
word HARDEST be ruT'J.nged so ttu:t
(b) Find the probability that the event in (3) (i} ubove occu rs. 2 mnrks]
Tot:tl 8 marks
l:. =
a b+c l
b C +(l
c o+b •
Tot:al (, mnrk.o;
.(+y z =2
2K  )' +t= I
3x+2c: a I
(b) (i) rind the matrix 8. the m3trix of cof3Ctors of the m~urix A. 5 morks j
Total tO marks
IS. A c losed cylinder h:.s a fixed he ight. h cn1. but its rndius. rem. is increasing :u the rnte of
1.5 em per second.
(a) \Vritc down a differenti:tl e<.w:nion for r with respect 10 time 1 sees. ( lmn rk l
(b) Find. in tcnns of '1', the rotc of irrreasc with respect to d me 1 of the total surface
area. 1\. of the cylinder when the r:tdius is 4 em and the height is 10 em.
[ 6 marks)
I A = 2T~ + 2Tr!J)
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C A R I 6 8 E A N t: X A M I N A T I 0 S C 0 U N C I I.
ADVANCED PROFIClENCY EXAM INATION
I'UKt: MA.riii;MATICS
UN IT 2  l'AI'ER 02
2 hrm.n
( Jl MAY!006 (p.m) )
This e.umint\tion paper consi$C.s ofTIIREB sec1iOM: Module I. Module 2 and Module 3.
3. t)nlc.<t$ otherwise $1attd in the <1ucstion. :my numerical UllSWCr that i~ not
cX3CI MU~t"'' be wrillen com:ct to three signilic:anl (i~u n:J.
Ex:.manalion Materials
S«tionA ( Modult I)
(i) /'(;c)=x'lnX(3/nx+2)
( S mar ks)
(H) /"(t) • 6.t l1r! x + lOx /11 .1' + 1t.
[ S nt.'lr ks)
N• 800 . k e R .rE K. .
I • ke"
~here N i.s the number of ~mbc:n enrolled 1 years after the (onl\3tion or the club.
The initi31 membership W3$ .S0pct'Sl(l'lsand :sfcc:r one )·c:~. Ulere are 200 per$0RsenroUed
in the club.
(i) What i.s the LARGEST nurrbet rt¥hoed by t.he mrmbr.n.h1p of the club?
I 2 tnal"b)
I ~marks)
·rot:a l 20 marks
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Section 8 (Modul<l)
3 (a) (i)
..L
Show thanhe tetmS or
ln3'
r• I
ate in arithmetic progressio•. ( 3 marks)
(li) rind 1he sum of the tina 20 :enns of chis sel'ies. l 4 mnrk..1
2m
(iii) L
J.le(I(:C, show th.at br 31 =(2m2+ m) In 3. I 3 marksf
ral
(b) The kqUC:IlCC: Of positive: lC:nDS.. l;r.J, iS defintd b)' .r. • I •..; + ~· XI < i•
(i) Show. by nwhe~ in6Ktion.. or ~ftc. ltut x. < 4" (or all positive
1Afe&en n. ( 7 mark$)
TotallO marks
4. (a) Sketch 1he furle!tions y =sin x und y= .ron the SAM E axe$. I 5 marks I
(b) Deduce tholthe functionf(;.:) = sin ;c xl has BXACll~Y two re:.l rootS.
( 3 mifrks)
(c) FirKi lhe interval in which the non ~!ro root a o(jtx) lu:s. I 4 marks)
(d) Staning with a first approxim:ttion of cx :u .r1 • 0.7. UJC: one tter3hon of the Newton·
RaphJOn method to obtain a bencr ~~i~tion of Cl to 3 decimal places.
I S mark$)
Tota120marb
Section C (Module 3)
5. (a) (i) How many numbers lying between 3 000 and 6 000 can be formed from the
digits, 1, 2, 3, 4 , 5, 6, if no digit is used more than once in forming the number?
[ 5 marks]
(ii) Determine the probability that a number in 5 (a) (i) above is even.
[ 5 marks]
(b) In an experiment, pis the probability of success and q is the probability of failure in a
single trial. For n trials, the probability of x successes and (n x) fai lures is represented
by nCxr q"x, n > 0. Apply this model to the following problem.
The probability that John will hit the target at a firing practice is ~. He fires 9 shots.
6
Calcu late the probability that he will hit the target
Total 20 marks
~ ~ ~ ).
2 1
6. (a) 2 ) andB = ( 1
If A= ( :
2 1 1
(b) A OUI'l<l)' sells llvee bnnds of gr.w=<1 mix_ P. Q and R. Eoch bnnd is nude from
thlt<' type< of Jr.>SS. C. Z and B. The numb« oHtlop>ms ofuch type of VOSS in o bag
of each br.and ts sumnwised in the Dbfe belov.
T,.,. of C ra5.."
Cr.assSH<I (Kilognlms)
Mi~
Cgnss Z·&nlS..'~ /J•j!l'll~
Or.u\d I' 2 2 6
Orond Q
• 2 4
Umnd R 0 6
•
Olend < : b
A blend •' produced by mixingp ba&JofBr.md P,q b;i.gJ ofB,..and Qand r~gsofBr.md
R.
(t) Wnte down.., up«Uion i• ltnns of p. q and'· for the numb« of kilogr.uns
of Z.cr.w on the blend. I t mark I
(iv) Given that ttr1 cxist.s.. write X ill tcl'm~ of t.r' ••nd 1), 3 marks )
TolallO marks
END Of TF.S'l'
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TESTCOOE 02234032
FORM TP 2006262 MAY/JUNE 2006
This examination paper consists of T HREE st.oc.rioM: Module I. Module 2. and Module 3.
3. Unless othe rw ise slated in the question. any numcric.al :m..swcr that is
not ex,tct M US'I' be written cam..ctto three significa•ll figures.
Exumin:uion m:ucri:1ls
Section A (Module 1)
1. T he rate of inc rease of the number of algae with respect to time, t days, is equal to k timesf(t),
where f (t) is the number of algae at any given time t and k E R.
(a) Obtain a differe nti al equation involvingfi:t) which may be used to model this situation.
[ 1 mark]
k=
1
2 zn 2
a) [10 marks]
Total 20 marks
Section B (Module l )
(i) Copy and complete the table be:: low showina the voluc or the ear for lhe first
five years a fte r purchase.
Vnlue n t the
lh:J:}nnin~ p P( o.!..) 1'( 1.!..)2
or \'cur q q
($)
(ai) the estimated value of the cnr :Jrtcr fhc )'eat'S I 2 marks]
(m) the LEAST mtcg.r.J.l value o· " · lhe number of )'eatS after pureh:ase. foe which
lht: 6tarnakd \alue of lhe ear falls ~low $$00.00. t 7 marks)
Total :W marks
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S«lioo C CMO<Iule 3)
3. (o) A box conta:itlS 8 green b.1.lls and 6 red baJis. Five b:.tlls ~c selected :•t random. Find
the prob<&bility that
(b) Use lhe llletbod o f row reduction ':> echelon form on the augme nted ma trix for the
followi ng system of equations to show that the system is it\Consistent. ( 9 muks]
X+2)'+4!=6
y+2z=3
x+y+2z;; l
Total20 marks
END OF TEST
02234032/CAI'E 2006
TEST CODE 02134020
FORM TP 2008240 MAY/JUNE 2008
UNIT I  PAPER 02
1bis e:uminatron pcsper consiJu ofTilRf!E a«c.ona.: Module l. Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIOI'IS TO CANDIIlATES
3. Write your aohii10n1, with full working. in the tnlwcr booklet provided.
02134020"CAPE 2008
 2 
SECTION A (Module 1)
1. (a) The roots of the cubic equation x3 + 3px1 + qx + r = 0 are 1,1 and 3. Find the values of
the real constants p, q and r. (7 marks]
V~6~ < 2 .
(i) 22 ++ V
v t
T [5 marks]
V fTs VT
■
Total 25 marks
(ii) calculate
a) a 2 + p2 [2 marks]
b) a 3 + p3 [4 marks]
(iii) find a quadratic equation whose roots are a 3 and p3. [4 marks]
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(3 marks)
TotallS marks
SECTION B ~lodul• 1)
3. (a) The lines y • 3x + 4 and 4y • 3¥ + S are inclined at an~leJ a a.nd Jl rto.spectively lO lhe
xaxis.
(ii) Wrtbout ••na t&bl.. or cekula10n. 61'ld the tan"cnl o(lbc an&Jc bct•·caa Ute t"'v
lines. )4 marks)
(iii) Hence show, without usins table:s or C31cuJators. that 1111\ 22.s• • .f2  1.
14 marks I
(<) (i) Givm l.bat A. 8 and Care the angles of a tn:male. J't'OVt lh3t
Total 2S marks
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4. (a) In the Canemn pbl>e wi1h ori!lin 0, the coordonaiCI or pooniS P alld Q ate (2. 0) and
(S. 8) respca>,ely. The nUdpoino or PQ os M .
(n) Hence. Ot" otbt:t'Wise. find the coorchnatu of the cenb'e of lbe c~lc lhrougb P. 0
and Q. (9 marla(
(H) Find the coordinates of the point of contact of thtl tanaent to the circle.
(2 mark.$1
Totall.S marks
SEcno~ c (Module J)
,o\_n,swer BOTH questions.
1• +.
01venth:11 P•  t when 1• 1 BndthemteofchanioofPwuhrespeetto tis  5 when
find t11c wlucs of u 3nd v. (6 marks)
(c) The curve C passes through the point (1, 0) and 1ta g:rad1cnt at any point (x,y) is g.iven
by
%J.r'6.x.
(i) Fond lhe equatioo or C. (3 marla]
(io) Fond the eoordmsoes or the stahO!Wy pooniS or C alld delennone the ll3tu:e or
EACH pomL [7 marks)
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rlo
··;· 1
(i) Taking r unit$ 8$ the rndius of the cylinder and h units as its heig.ht, show that.
a) h  !2.  k (3 marks]
i' 3
b) A • s;r + 9~:t, wbereA units i.s theextem:al surface area of the can.
13 marks]
(ii) Hence, find the value of r for which A i.s a minimum nnd the corresponding
minimum va.Jue of A. (5 marks!
4
[Volume of a sphere .. 1t rl, .surfnee nrea of o sphere • 4 n r'. ]
3
fVo)ume of a cylinder= n: il h, curved surfuce area of a cylinder • 2 n r 1:.]
iotnl 25 n12rks
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TEST CODE 02134032
FORM T P 2008241 MAYfJUNE 2008
Thu <lWDmaOoo poper eonsuu ofTIJR.EE S«bonJ Module I, Module 2 and Module 3.
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S ECT I O~ A (Module I )
I, (a) One root of the quadratic equation x:l + 12x + k = 0 is three lim es the o ther and k is 3
constanL
Find
(e) A computer nmoufaeturer fi nds that when x m illion dollars are spent o n resea~h. the
profit, P(x). in mfllions of dolla.rs, is given by
(H) How much should be Spent on reseal'(:h to make a pro{h of 40 mi1lion dollars?
(4 marks)
Total 20 marks
SECTION 8 (Module 2)
(b) {I) Determine the value of the real n umber t such lh:st the vectors p ... 41 + 5j and
q • 31  tj arc pctpendicular. 12 mark&]
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(ii) Given thnt vectors u = 21 + 3j and v • I + 5j, fmd the acute angle 6 between
u and v. 14 m~uks)
(iii} Given that the vector u in (b) (ii) above represents 3 forte F with respect to the
origin 0, and axes Ox and Oy, calculate
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
(ii) Pinl.l llu; ~l.l<~lion of lhe nonnnl tO the curve at the polnt wbere x • 4.
(S morks(
(b) F'nd
I
J xl +rx1 d;'f. (4 marksl
(c) The volume of the: liquid in 3. eontainer is Y em'. The liquid leak$ from the container al
lhe m.tc of30t cm:s' per sec, where tis the time in second$.
(i) Write down a djfferentinl equation for Vwiih respect to timet 5ee$. 12 ro:.rks)
(ii) Find the amount of liquid lost in the 3"' second. (4 marks(
Tota.l 20 marks
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FORM TP 2008243 ~ MAY/JUNE 2008
UNIT 2  PAPER 02
2 ¥2 hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
Answer BOTH questions.
(ii) In + . [4 marks]
r r
Total 25 marks
Given that the curve passes through the point (0, 1), find its equation. [5 marks]
e
(c) Evaluate J, x2 In r dr, writing your answer in terms of e. [7 marks]
J~ 13 marks)
Totall5 marks
SECTI0:1 B (Modul• 2)
"· 1 • u. • n. " • • 3. n ._ N
(b) A 0 1) Wtth firSt tenn a and eommon n1tlo r has l"m 10 infi mty 81 and the sum of the first
four tc:nns is 6S. f'md the values of" a and r. 16 marks I
(c) (i) Wnte down the first FlVE terms 1n the power series expansion o f In (I + x),
J1Ahng the r.mge of values of.~ for wh1ch the serieltl vr.Jid.. 13 marks}
(1i) a) UStng the result from (c) ( i) tbove. obtAm a JtmilarexpansJOn for 1n (J x).
12 m.arksl
b) Hence. prove that
ID
(l•xJ
l..,::x = 2 <x + TI "J + TI "~ + •.). 13 matksJ
Total 25 marks
(ii) Use the NewtonRaphson method to show that hat if jt, is a first approximation
jproximation to a
imation tc
in the interval [1,2], then a second approximation to a in the interval [1, 2] is
given by
2xJ 1
x2 ~ : • [5 marks]
3x 1 —3
(b) (i) Use the binomial theorem or Maclaurin’s theorem to expand (1 +xY'A x )'A inascending
in ascending
powers o f x as far as the term in x3, stating the values of* for which
tich the expansion
is valid. [4 marks]
[4 marks]
(iii) Prove that if x is so small that x3 and higher powers o f x can be neglected, then
I 1 —x . , 1 ,
•J i +x * ~ x Y x '
[5ESmarks]
m ark s^
Total 25 m
marks
arks
SECTION C (Module 3)
5. (a) A cricket selection committee of 4 members is to be chosen from 5 former batsmen and
3 former bowlers.
In how many ways can this committee be selected so that the committee includes AT
LEAST
(i) ONE
ONEformer
formerbatsman?
batsman? [8 marks]
(ii)ONE
ONE
batsman
batsman
andand
ONEONE
bowler?
bowler? [3 marks]
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r 3 1 0^
r 3 1 r 00i i00 1r
1 r o0 rn
f ii
A = ii 00 1 ,1 B  1 and M = 00 003
3
00 1 00
v.
V.
1
J ^
1
1 3 1
1
J
 V~1 3 1
1 1
J
a) A  B [2 marks]
b) AM [3 marks]
(ii) deduce from (i) b) above the inverse A1 o f the matrix A [3 marks]
Total 25 marks
——
^ ~ in the form X (1 —*). [4 marks]
5  zi
1
Given that z = where t is a variable and z denotes the complex conjugate o f z,
3 + it
show that
CO z + z = 6 zz [7 marks]
(ii) as t varies, 7Ties on a circle, and state the coordinates of the centre o f this circle.
]8 marks]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
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TEST CODE 02234032
FORM TP 2008244 MAY/JUNE 2008
UNIT2  PAPER03/B
A..'iALYSIS. MATRICES AND C0~1:PLEX NUMBERS
I ~ hours
Thu exantllUibon ps;per consisu of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 :tnd Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDfDATF.S
3. Write your solutions. with full working. in the answer booklet provided
4 Unless ot.herwtse stated 111 the qucstton. any numnteal ansv;:cr that ll
not exact ~t CST be wnnen conec:t 10 thttt S:l.pufieant figures.
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SECTIO:" A ~lodule I)
(i) Find the value of :.;: tttlhe point P on the curve where y • 18. (5 marks)
(b) In "" experiment it was. discovered that the volume, V cmJ, or a cenam iUbstance in n
room after 1 seconds may be determined by the equntion
V • 60e 0,..'.
(m) Skeo:h lbegrophofV• 60e ... 2hoWUI& lbepoonl(s) ofm1.....:1i00. where !hey
C:ltlst. wslb tne UC$. (S markS)
Total lOmarks
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SECTION B (Module 2)
2. (a) Matthew started a savings account at a local bank by depositing $5 in the first week. In
each succeeding week after the first, he added twice the amount deposited in the previous
week.
(ii) Calculate the MINIMUM number, n, of weeks it would take for the amount in the
account to exceed $1000.00 if no withdrawal is made. [3 marks]
s = 1
1
+ 3 1 + 51
8
+ 71 +
2 4 16
(i) Express S as the sum of an AP and a GP. [3 marks]
(c) (i) Use the binomial theorem to expand ~ as a power series in y as far as the
term iny". Y [2 marks]
Total 20 marks
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SECTION C (Module 3)
3. (a) (i) By considering the augmented matrix for the following system of equations,
determine the value o f k for which the system is consistent.
x + 3y + 5z = 2
x++ 4y —z = 1
y —66z
z == kk [5 marks]
(ii) Find ALL the solutions to the system for the value of A: obtained in (i) above.
[4 marks]
(ii) Stating a reason in EACH case, determine whether the events ‘owns a car’ and
‘is selfemployed’ are
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
02234032/CAPE 2008
TEST CODE 22134020
F ORM TP 2008240 MAY/JUNE 2008
IJNIT 1  PAPER 02
This examination paper consists of TRREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 tmd Module 3.
IN$TRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write yoor solutiOilS, whh full working, in the answer booklet provided,
22134020/CAPE 2008
SECTION A (Module I)
I. (a) (i) Detertnine the values of the reaJ number h for which the roots of the qu adratic
equation 4.r 2/tx + (8 IJ) • 0 are real. 18 m a rksJ
xl  lST + px  lOS • O
areSk,SandS+k.
(b) (i) Copy the table below and complete by insenittg the values for the functions
Jt<) •(x+ 2 ( and s(x)=2 ( xl (.
X 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5
.f(x) I I 3 6
g(x) 8 6 2 2
(4 marks(
(ii) Using a scale of I em to I unit on both axes, draw on the sam t. graph
Total 25 m a r ks
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2710 + 910
274 + 911 [8 marks]
(ii) Hence, given that y = (log, 3) (log 4) (log 5) ... (log 32), calculate the exact
value ofy. [6 marks]
fin) = 7" —1
Total 25 m arks
SECTION B (Module 2)
(c) (i) Using the formula for sinyl + sin B, show that if t = 2 cos 0 then
(iii) Using (c) (ii) above, or otherwise, find ALL solutions o f sin 3 9 = sin 0, 0 < 0 < n.
[7 marks]
Total 25 m arks
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4. (a) (i) The line x  2 y + 4 = 0 cuts the circle, x1+y2 2 x  2 0 y + 51 = 0 with centre P, at
the points A and B.
where A, is a parameter.
Find
Show that
Total 25 marks
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SECTION C (Module 3)
lim sin 4x
5. (a) Use L'Hopital's rule to obtain [3 marks]
x 7 0 sin 5x
a) fmd dy [4 marks]
dx
(ii)
d2 d
Hence, or otherwise, show that r ~ + 2 (x  y) ~ = 0. [3 marks]
(c) A rectangular box without a lid is made from thin cardboard. The sides of the base are
2x em and 3x em, and its height is h em. The total surface area of the box is 200 cm2 •
20 3x
(i) Show that h =    . [4 marks]
X 5
(ii) Find the height of the box for which its volume V cm3 is a maximum.
[9 marks]
Total 25 marks
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xk dx
dr [6 m arks]
6. (a) Use the substitution u = 3x1 + I to find J
x2 + i' ’
(b) A curve C passes through the point (3, 1 ) and has gradient x2  4x +■3 at the point (x, 7 )
on C.
(c) The figure below (not d raw n to scale) shows part o f the line y + 2x = 5 and part of the
curve y = x ( 4  x ) which meet at A. The line meets Oy at B and the curve cuts Ox at C,
y
A
B s
y v
\y
X
O C
(ii) Hence find the exact value o f the area of the shaded region. [9 m arks]
Total 25 m arks
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FORM TP 2008241 MAY/JUNE 2008
J ~ lrou n·
3. Write your solution$, witb full working, in the answer bookl~ provided.
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SECTION A (M odule 1)
(ii) Solve for x the equation log2 [logj {2x  2)] = 2. [3 marks]
(b) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the graph o f the function
/M
ri,oT
HA
( §3 '°>
< ’»>
(0,2),
(ii) State the range o f values ofx in ( 00. 0] for \vhich/(x) is a decreasing function.
[2 marks]
100
Total 20 marks
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SECTION B (M odule 2)
2. The diagram below shows the path o f a com et around the sun S. The path is described by the
parametric equation x = at2 and y = 2at, where a > 0 is a constant.
y/
p
Q s R
x
p7
(a) Show that the Cartesian equation for the path is y'1 = 4ax. [2 marks]
(b) Given that the gradient m o f the tangent at any point on the path satisfies m■= 2a
,,
yy
(i) (jc,, y j is y y 1l == 2a
show that the equation o f the tangent at (•*,> 2 a ((x *,) in Cartesian
x + jtj)
form and ty = jc + at2 in parametric form [5 marks]
(ii) find the equation o f the normal at the point P with parameter ■tl
*1
[3 marks]
(iv) find the distance  QR  if the tangent at Pmeets the xaxis at Q and the normal
meets the xaxis at R. [4 marks]
Total 20 marks
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SECTIO~ C ( Module J)
~u thi~ quotion.
...
(b) (I) Find the \'a.lue of" if J• ~• dx • (3 marks)
(c) The: fi;prc bdow(not drawn c·oscalt') shov.·s a Mnu~ tJo,\·1 ~ htchcooraios:bquKl.
(u) C&kulate l.be tale at .,·hich h tS mereuut.a when IJ • 2 em. (Lea"e )'Our ans'\o\'er in
lmn> of lt.) 12 marks)
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
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TEST CODE 22234020
FORM TP 2008243 MAY/JUNE 2008
1 * IJOIII'$
This examination paper consists of THREE sct.ticms: Module I. Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write yout soh.zliOt)$, with full workins. in the answer booklet provided.
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_ 4 (1 +
_ +a) __ 3
_ _
an+ \i 4 + an , aa '
’ 2 '
(iii) that
Given that an < 2for all n, show that
(b) Find the term independent o f x in the binomial expansion o f (x2 — ^)15.
[You may leave your answer in the form of factorials and powers, for example, 151x8*.]
x 85.]
2!
]6 marks]
(c) Use the binomial theorem to find the difference between 2 10 and (2.002)10 correct to 5
decimal places. [6 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
(ii) Calculate the probability that a 4digit number in (a) (i) b) above is even.
[3 marks]
(b) A father and son practise shooting at basketball, and score when the ball hits the basket.
The son scores 75% o f the time and the father scores 4 out o f 7 tries. If EACH takes one
shot at the basket, calculate the probability that only ONE o f them scores. [6 marks]
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(e) (i) Find the values of II, k E R suc h lh.at 3 + 4i is a root of the quadrotic equation
~+ll:+k=O. 16 marks(
(ii) Usc De Moivre's theorem for (CO$ 9 + i sin 9)l to show that
cos 39 • 4 cos' 93 cos&. 16 marks(
Total 25 marks
I
X 2  0.
x' 8 112 marksl
(b) The Popular Taxi Service in ;'!; certain city provides transportation for tours of the city
using ca~ ooaches and buses. Selection of vehicl~ for tours of dis1aoces (in km) is as
follows:
;c cars.
2y coaches and 3: buses cover 34 km tOurs.
2x cars, 3y coaches and 4: buses cover 49 km tours.
3x cars. 4y coaches and 6: buses cover 7J km tours.
AX = Y
13 marks!
( ii)
Let B •[4~ ..!0 ~2J.
a) Calculate All. (3 mark$)
{iji) Hence. or otherwise. detennine the number of cars and buses used in
the 34 lon tours. (4 marks I
Tol'al 25 marks
llND OF TEST
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~ ~TOODE 222J40J2
FORM TP 2008244 ~ MAY/JUNE 2008
Th.is cxa.minacjon paper c:onsiSl$ of 'THREE scc.tions: Module I, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIOSS TO CA!S"DJDATES
3. Wri1e your solutions, with fuJI working, in the ll.llJWcr bookJct provided.
22234032/CAPE 2008
 2 
SECTION A (Module 1)
T = 60 e*' + 10
where t is the time in minutes from the moment the engine is switched off.
(i) Determine the initial temperature of the oil when the engine is first switched off.
[2 marks]
(ii) If the oil cools to 32°C after three minutes, determine how long it will take for the
oil to cool to a temperature of 15°C. [7 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2. (a) (i) Write the general term of the series whose first four terms are
1 + — .— + — .— + — — + ... [2 marks]
1x3 3x5 5x7 7x9
(ii) Use the method of differences to find the sum of the first n terms. [5 marks]
(iii) Show that the series converges and fmd its sum to infinity. [3 marks]
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(b) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows part o f the suspension o f a bridge
A support cable POQ, is in the shape of a curve with equation
1 X3' 2
y + c, where c is a constant.
10
Starting at P, through O and finishing at Q, 51 vertical cables are bolted 1 metre apart to
the roadway and to the support cable POQ. The shortest vertical cable OAhas a length of
5 metres, where O is the lowest point of the support cable.
The cost, in dollars, o f installing the cable LH at a horizontal distance of r metres from
OA is S i00 plusS $ h V~r^ w
where h is the height of the point L above O.
P
0
Support
Cable
L,
Vertical
Cables
O
^Roadway
A H
(ii) Hence, obtain the total cost of installing the 5 1 vertical cables. [6 marks)
Total 20 marks
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SECTION C (Module 3)
3. w L c t: ( l  2 i ) a + i)
(a) L t (1 + i)’ •
(b) Two 3 x 1 matrices X and Y satisfy the equation X = AY, where the matrix
f l 1 n
A = 3 2 4 is nonsingular.
4 1 6J
V.
Find
6
(ii) Y, when X = 4 [4 marks]
11
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
22234032/CAPE 2008
TEST CODE 02134020
FORM TP 2009234 MAY/JUNE 2009
UNIT 1  PAPER 02
2% hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02134020/CAPE 2009
 2 
SECTION A (Module 1)
Answer BO TH questions.
1. (a) Without the use of tables or a calculator, simplify V~28 ++• V 343 in.
in the form k 'T l',
where k is an integer. [5 marks]
JC4  /
(i) Simplify [6 marks]
xy
(y+
(y
+ 1i )) 4
4_yt
/ = + 1)3 + ^ + ^2^ + ^ + i ) y 2 + y i
= (( yy+ l ) 3 + ( y + l ) 2y + 0 + l ) j 2 + y . [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
[6 marks]
(b) The coach of an athletic club trains six athletes, u, v, w, x, y and z, in his training camp.
He makes an assignment,/, of athletes u, v, x, y and z to physical activities 1, 2, 3 and 4
according to the diagram below in which A = {u, v, w, x, y, zj and B = {1, 2, 3, 4}.
A / B
u
V
1
w
2
X
y.
3
2 ►4
{ x
4
if x>3.
SECTION B (Module 2)
(i) State the radius and the coordinates o f the centre o f C. [2 marks]
(ii) Find the equation of the tangent at the point (6, 8) on C. [4 marks]
(iii) Calculate the coordinates o f the points o f intersection o f C with the straight line
y = 2x + 3. [7marks]
(b) The points P and Q have position vectors relative to the origin O given respectively by
p =  i + 6j and q = 3i + 8j.
(i) a) Calculate, in degrees, the size o f the acute angle G between p and q.
[5 marks]
Total 25 marks
4. (a) The diagram below, which is n o t d ra w n to scale, shows a quadrilateral ABCD in which
AB = 4 cm, BC = 9 cm, AD = x cm and z. BAD = z BCD = 0 and ^ CZM is a nghtangle.
4 cm A
e
B
9 cm x cm
e
C D
(ii) By expressing x in the form r cos (9  a), where r is positive and 0 < a < ~ n,
(b) Given that A and B are acute angles such that sin A = — and cos B — , find, w ithout
using tables or calculators, the EXACT values of 5 1^
(ii) cos
cos ((A  B) [3 marks]
X + 71
tan sec x + tan x. [7 marks]
2 4
Total 25 m arks
SECTION C (Module 3)
lim x3 8
__________ [5 marks]
5. (a) Find
x —>2 x2  6x + 8
ftx) = f 3 —x i f x > l
_1 + x if x < 1.
(i) Sketch the graph offlx) for the domain —1 < x < 2. [2 marks]
(ii) Find
a) hm Ax) [2 marks]
x 1+
(d) The function /f,x) is such that / (x) = 3x2 + 6x + k where k is a constant.
Total 25 marks
(6 marks]
• •
(b) Oovmt!wJ (x•l)dx=3 J (xl)dx,a>O,findlhcvalucortheco.,.tanta.
' e (6 mark$)
•
(c) The diagram below (oot drawn to scnle) represents a piece o( thm cardboard 16 em by
10 c:m. Sbadod SC1uares, each of side x em, are removed Crom eac:h comer. The remainder
is folded to fonn a tray.
IOmo
., e:•
Total 25 marks
£1\'0 OF TEST
02134020/CAPE 2009
TESTCOOE 02134032
FORM TP 2009235 MAY/.11JKE 2009
c
I * h ours
This examination paper oonsislS of THREE sections: Module I, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO C A NQIDAT£'0
3. Write your solutions. with full woric:ing, in th¢ answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question. 3ny numeric'*l answer thai is not
exact i\1US'r be written conect to three significant figures.
02134032/CAPE 2009
 2 
SECTION A (Module 1)
[ x  1  >  2x + 1  . [6 marks]
(b) A packaging company makes crates for special purposes. The company finds that the
unit costy(x), in thousands of dollars, of producing crates with a square base of x metres
is
f{x) = (x2  Ax)2 + 2x2  8x.
Using the substitution;1= x2  4x, find the sizes of the crates for which the unit cost is
three thousand dollars. [7 marks]
(c) (i) By taking logarithms, show that for any positive integers p and x,
pte%x  x. [4 marks]
(ii) Hence, without using calculators or tables, find the EXACT value of
« (logj 6 + log, 1 5  2 logj3)
2 . [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2. (a) (i) Show that the equation of the tangent to the circle
(p + 4) (x  p) + q {y  q) = 0. [3 marks]
(ii) Show that the equation of the tangent can also be written as
px + qy + 4 (jc + p ) + 14 = 0. [2 marks]
(iii) If the tangent at (p, q) on the circle passes through thepoint (3, 3), find the
values o fp and q. [7 marks]
(b) A point moves so that at time t its distances from the coordinate axes are given by
(ii) Find the Cartesian equation o f the curve traced by the point. [4 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
(b) The point P (1, 5) is a point o f inflexion on the curve y = X s + bx2 + c, where b and c are
constants.
Find
(c) Scientists on an experimental station released a spherical balloon into the atmosphere.
The volume of air in the balloon is increased or decreased as required.
(i) The radius, r, of the balloon is increasing at the constant rate o f 0.02 cm/s. Find
the rate at which the volume, V cm3, is increasing when r = 3 cm. Express your
answer in terms o f n. [2 marks]
(ii) The volume, V cm3, o f the balloon decreases by 6% when the radius decreases by
p%. Find p. [5 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
02134032/CAPE 2009
TEST CODE 02234020
FORM TP 2009237 MAY/JUNE 2009
UNIT 2 PAPER 02
c 2 Yz hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS T O CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02234020/CAPE 2009
SJ;;CTION A (Module I)
(b) (i) Given that y = cos1 x. where 0 ::S C0$"'1 x $ :t. prove tl1at t •:;;:!:: 1
""'
~ 1x'
[Noc.c: cos'x • arc cos :r] 17 mMks )
Total 25 ma rks
2. (a) Sketch lhc region whose area is defined by the imegroJ J'~~
..J I  r
0
dx • marks)
(3
(b) Using FIVE vertical strips, apply the:. trapezium rule to show that f '~ 1 x' dx "' 0.759.
•
(6 m>rks(
dx . 19 marksl
X V 1 —x 2 + sin~' x
(li) Deduce that I =  + cc, where c is an arbitrary constant o f
2
integration.
(iv) Use the results in Parts (b) and (c) (iii) above to find an approximation to n.
[2 m arks]
Total 25 m arks
SECTIO N B (M odule 2)
A nswer B O T H questions.
tn +
K +>
tn+i
+ = *tn
Ii = «n + 5, f\] = 11
5’5 (i
5> . for all n se N.
11
(i) Determine
termine tv titi and
and tA
t ., [3 m arks]
(ii) Express
press tn
t in
in terms of nn.n.
terms of [5 m arks]
(b) Find the range o f values o f jt for which the common ratio r o f a convergent geometric
2 jc 3
series is [8 m arks]
x+4 '
«n .
s = xZ _____  ______
S [4 m arks]
" ,i (r+l)(r+2) ■ '
(iii) Deduce the sum to infinity o f the series in (c) (ii) above. [2 m arks]
Total 25 m arks
(a) (5 m arks)
(b) (i) Wnte down the firt~l 1:0UR oon7.ero tenns of the power scnes expanSlon of
ln (1 + 2r), SLaUf\llhe ranae of values ofx for whlchlhc .Knet ' ' valid.
12 marksl
(ti) Usc Mxburm's meo.em to oblaln the M• niREE nonletO tams tn the pow.·cr
sencs cxpam.on 1n x ofsan h. (7 m.r·ksl
(iii) Hence, or other.1sc, obtam the first THREE non.rero tcnn~ m the power series
cxpansaon 1ft X of
·rotal lS n1arks
s. (a) A committee of 4 pct'SOnS •• to be choset'a from 8 persons, mcludang Mr Smllh and h1s
wtfe. Mr Smtlh will ncn jom chc comminoc without hil wife, but has wife will join ilie
comm ittee without him.
Calculate the number of v. ayli ln wh1ch tlte commiuee or 4 persons c.an be ronned.
IS marks)
(b) Tv,;o balls are dr1wft .,.,\haul rq>lac:etl\ent from a bag ce>ntama~ 12 Nils numbered I to
12
(ii) the number on one ball Is odd and the nwnbet on the other b:all LS even,
14 nl:arks l
(c) (i) Find complex numbers u = x + iy such that x and y are real numbers and
u2 = 1 5 + 8i. 7 marks]
z2  (3 + 2i) z + (5 + i) = 0. [5 marks]
Total 25 m arks
x  3 1 1
1 x ~ 5 1 = 0.
1 1 * 3 [10 m arks]
a) find AB ]4 marks]
x —y + z — 1
x — 2y + 4z = 5
x + 3y + 9z = 25.
Total 25 m arks
END O F TEST
02234020/CAPE 2009
TEST CODE 02234032
FORM TP 2009238 MAYfi\JNE 2009
( 03 JUNt l~ (•.m.))
TbiJ ex~mination piper COilliJcJ of mR££ ICCobonl.: ModWt I, Module 2 and ModWe 3.
JNSTR!ICTIONS TO CANDIDATFS
3. Write )'OW' to1Ulions, with fuiJ working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. l)nlca othclwisc stated in che question. any numerieaJ answer that is noc
exaet MUST be written corrcc:t to three Jipi6ettU figures.
SECTION A (Module 1)
(b) A curve is being cut by an automatic machine. The x and y coordinates of the cu rv e are
connected by the differential equation
Find the equation of the curve, given that the curve passes th ro u g h the origin an d that
y = e~” —e4* when x~%. [13 m arks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
£ r3 = n'2i{n
n n + l )2
f
r= 1 4
^
(b) An AP. with ten terms has first term 60 and last term 120. F in d the sum o f A L L the
terms. [4 marks]
GO O N T O THE N E X T PAGE
02234032/CAPE 2009
•
• 3.
(c) John's starting annual salaty at a company i$ S2S 000. His contract at the company states
that his Mnual salary in subsequent years wiiJ be increased by 2% over thesalary of the
previous year.
(i) John's salary for the tenth year with the company (4 marks)
(ii) the TOTAL amount of money which the company would have paid 10 John at the
end ofbjs first ten yean with the company. (S marks)
Total lO marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
ADSWt'r th is quntion.
Calcuhne
(iii) the probability that exactly ONE of A and B will occur. (4 marks]
(c) (i) Show thai lhe locus of the complex numbt:r z suc h that
fz + i1 1• 5
is a circle. 14 marks]
(ii} find the centre and radius of the circle in (c) (i) above. 12 m arks)
Toa.J lO marks
ENI> OF T EST
022340321CAPE 1009
TEST CODE 02134020
FORM TP 2010227 MAY/JUNE 2010
UNIT 1 – PAPER 02
2 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02134020/CAPE 2010
2
SECTION A (Module 1)
2x – 3
——— – 5 > 0. [5 marks]
x+1
4x – 3 (2x + 1) + 8 = 0. [7 marks]
Total 25 marks
n
1
2. (a) (i) Use the fact that Sn = Σ r = — n (n + 1) to express
r=1 2
2n
S2n = Σ r in terms of n. [2 marks]
r=1
(b) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the graph of y = x2 (3 – x). The coordinates
of points P and Q are (2, 4) and (3, 0) respectively.
P
Q
0 1 2 3 x
(i) Write down the solution set of the inequality x2 (3 – x) < 0. [4 marks]
(ii) Given that the equation x2 (3 – x) = k has three real solutions for x, write down the
set of possible values for k. [3 marks]
a) f has an inverse
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
p = 6i + 4j
q = –8i – 9j.
Total 25 marks
4. (a) (i) Solve the equation cos 3A = 0.5 for 0 < A < n. [4 marks]
(iii) The THREE roots o f the equation 4p3 3p  0.5 = 0 all lie between 1 and 1. Use
the results in (a) (i) and (ii) to find these roots. [4 marks]
(b) The following diagram, not drawn to scale, represents a painting o f height, h metres, that
is fastened to a vertical wall at a height o f d metres above, and x metres away from, the
level o f an observer, O.
Painting
hm
/\
dm
a
O v
x m
The viewing angle o f the painting is ( a  P), where a and p are respectively the angles of
inclination, in radians, from the level o f the observer to the top and base o f the painting.
hx
(i) Show that tan ( a  P) = ——— d~—— — . [6 marks]
x I d (d I h)
(ii) The viewing angle o f the painting, ( a  P), is at a maximum when x = V h (d + h).
Calculate the maximum viewing angle, in radians, when d = 3h.
[5 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
5. (a) Find
lim x2 – 9
(i) ———– [4 marks]
x→3 x3 – 27
lim tan x – 5x
(ii) ————— . [5 marks]
x→0 sin 2x – 4x
3x – 7, if x > 4
f(x) =
1 + 2x, if x < 4.
(i) Find
lim
a) f(x) [2 marks]
x → 4+
lim
b) f(x). [2 marks]
x → 4–
1 2
1
(c) (i) Evaluate ∫ –1
x–—
x
dx. [6 marks]
∫ x √x 2
+ 4 dx. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
x2 + 1
(ii) y = [4 marks]
x3  1
(b) ,
4
(c) In the diagram below (not drawn to scale), the line x + y = 2 intersects the curve y = x2
at the points P and Q.
2
/y = X
y/
XT
o‘ X
x +y = 2
(ii) Calculate the area o f the shaded portion o f the diagram bounded by the curve and
the straight line. [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
02134020/CAPE 2010
TEST CODE 02134032
FORM TP 2010228 MAY/JUNE 2010
1 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02134032/CAPE 2010
2
SECTION A (Module 1)
1. (a) The roots of the cubic equation x3 + px2 + qx + 48 = 0 are α, 2α and 3α. Find
f: x → 3x – 2.
9n – 1 is divisible by 8
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2. A surveyor models the boundaries and extent of a triangular plot of land on a Cartesian plane as
shown in the diagram below (not drawn to scale). The line 2x + 3y = 6 meets the yaxis at A and
the xaxis at B.
y
2x
+
3y
=
6
A
B
0 x
(a) Find
(b) Show that the point D has coordinates (2, –8). [4 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
(b) Part of the curve y = x (x – 1) (x – 2) is shown in the figure below (not drawn to scale).
0
p q x
(ii) Hence find the area of the region enclosed by the curve and the xaxis from
x = 0 to x = q. [5 marks]
(c) A piece of wire, 60 cm long, is bent to form the shape shown in the figure below, (not
drawn to scale). The shape consists of a semicircular arc of radius r cm and three sides
of a rectangle of height x cm.
m
rc
x cm
π .
A = 60r – 2r2 1 + — [3 marks]
4
(iii) Find the exact value of r for the stationary point of A. [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
02134032/CAPE 2010
TEST CODE 02234020
FORM TP 2010230 MAY/JUNE 2010
UNIT 2 – PAPER 02
2 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02234020/CAPE 2010
2
SECTION A (Module 1)
1. (a) The temperature of water, x° C, in an insulated tank at time, t hours, may be modelled by
the equation x = 65 + 8e–0.02t. Determine the
(ii) temperature at which the water in the tank will eventually stabilize
[2 marks]
(iii) time when the temperature of the water in the tank is 70° C. [4 marks]
1 1 π, show that
Given that y = etan
–1(2x)
(b) (i) , where – — π < tan–1 (2x) < —
2 2
dy
(1 + 4x2) —– = 2y. [4 marks]
dx
d 2y
(ii) Hence, show that (1 + 4x2)2 —–2 = 4y (1 – 4x). [4 marks]
dx
4
(c) Determine
∫ ———
e +1
dx
x
(ii) by first multiplying both the numerator and denominator of the integrand ———4
ex + 1
by e–x before integrating. [3 marks]
Total 25 marks
d
2. (a) (i) Given that n is a positive integer, find —– [x (ln x)n]. [4 marks]
dx
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, derive the reduction formula In = x (ln x)n – nIn – 1, where
In = ∫ (ln x) n
dx. [4 marks]
(iii) ∫
Use the reduction formula in (a) (ii) above to determine (ln x)3 dx. [6 marks]
(b) The amount of salt, y kg, that dissolves in a tank of water at time t minutes satisfies the
dy 2y
differential equation —– + ——— = 3.
dt t + 10
(i) Using a suitable integrating factor, show that the general solution of this differential
c
equation is y = t + 10 + ————, where c is an arbitrary constant. [7 marks]
(t + 10)2
(ii) Given that the tank initially contains 5 kg of salt in the liquid, calculate the amount
of salt that dissolves in the tank of water at t = 15. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2 x 3, 5 x 5, 8 x 7, 11 x 9.
(ii) If Sn denotes the series formed by summing the first n terms of the sequence, find
Sn in terms of n. [5 marks]
(b) The 9th term of an A.P. is three times the 3rd term and the sum of the first 10 terms is 110.
Find the first term a and the common difference d. [6 marks]
(c) (i) Use the binominal theorem to expand (1 + 2x)½ as far as the term in x3, stating the
values of x for which the expansion is valid. [5 marks]
x 1
(ii) Prove that ——————— = — (1 + x – √ 1 + 2x) for x > 0. [4 marks]
1 + x + √ 1 + 2x x
(iii) Hence, or otherwise, show that, if x is small so that the term in x3 and higher powers
of x can be neglected, the expansion in (c) (ii) above is approximately equal to
1
— x (1 – x). [3 marks]
2
Total 25 marks
4. (a) (i) By expressing nCr and nCr – 1 in terms of factorials, prove that nCr + nCr – 1 = n + 1Cr.
[6 marks]
1
(ii) a) Given that r is a positive integer and f(r) = —, show that
r!
n
r
Sn = Σ ——— . [5 marks]
r=1 (r + 1)!
(b) (i) Show that the function f(x) = x3 – 6x + 4 has a root x in the closed interval [0, 1].
[5 marks]
(ii) By taking 0.6 as a first approximation of x1 in the interval [0, 1], use the Newton
Raphson method to obtain a second approximation x2 in the interval [0, 1].
[4 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
5. (a) Calculate
(i) the number of different permutations of the 8 letters of the word SYLLABUS
[3 marks]
(ii) the number of different selections of 5 letters which can be made from the letters
of the word SYLLABUS. [5 marks]
(b) The events A and B are such that P(A) = 0.4, P(B) = 0.45 and P(A B) = 0.68.
(ii) Stating a reason in each case, determine whether or not the events A and B are
b) independent. [3 marks]
i–1
(c) (i) Express the complex number (2 + 3i) + —— in the form a + ib, where a and b are
i+1
both real numbers. [4 marks]
(ii) Given that 1 – i is the root of the equation z3 + z2 – 4z + 6 = 0, find the remaining
roots. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
x+y+z=0
2x + y – z = –1
x + 2y + 4z = k
(iii) Deduce the value of k for which the system is consistent. [2 marks]
(iv) Find ALL solutions corresponding to the value of k obtained in (iii) above.
[4 marks]
(b) 0 –1 1
Given A = –1 0 1 .
1 1 1
(i) Find
a) A2 [4 marks]
b) B = 3I + A – A2 [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
02234020/CAPE 2010
TEST CODE 02234032
FORM TP 2010231 MAY/JUNE 2010
1 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02234032/CAPE 2010
2
SECTION A (Module 1)
1 – x2 .
–––––––— [7 marks]
x (x2 + 1)
(b) The rate of change of a population of bugs is modelled by the differential equation
dy
—– – ky = 0, where y is the size of the population at time, t, given in days, and k is the
dt
constant. Initially, the population is y0 and it doubles in size in 3 days.
a) y = y0 ekt [7 marks]
1
b) k = — ln 2. [3 marks]
3
(ii) Find the proportional increase in population at the end of the second day.
[3 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2. (a) The sum to infinity of a convergent geometric series is equal to six times the first term.
Find the common ratio of the series. [5 marks]
∞
(b) Find the sum to infinity of the series Σ ar whose r th term ar is
r=1
2r + 1
——— . [8 marks]
r!
1
(c) A truck bought for $15 000 depreciates at the rate of 12 — % each year. Calculate the
2
value of the truck
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
3. (a) Find the number of integers between 300 and 1 000 which can be formed by using the
digits 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9
(b) Find the probability that a number in (a) (ii) above ends with the digit 9. [3 marks]
(c) A farmer made three separate visits to the chicken farm to purchase chickens. On each
visit he paid $ x for each grade A chicken, $ y for each grade B chicken and $ z for each
grade C. His calculations are summarised in the table below.
1 20 40 60 1 120
2 40 60 80 1 720
3 60 80 120 2 480
(i) Use the information above to form a system of linear equations in x, y and z.
[3 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
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TEST CODE 02134020
FORM TP 2011231 MAY/JUNE 2011
UNIT 1 – PAPER 02
2 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
(b) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, represents a segment of the graph of the function
f(x) = x3 + mx2 + nx + p
f(x)
(0,4)
x
Q 0 1 2
Find
x2 –  x  – 12 < 0. [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
a) a + b [1 mark ]
b) a2 + b2. [4 marks]
f(2x + 3) = 2f(x) + 3, x ∈ R.
(c) Prove that the product of any two consecutive integers k and k + 1 is an even integer.
[2 marks]
(d) Prove, by mathematical induction, that n (n2 + 5) is divisible by 6 for all positive
integers n. [6 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
3. (a) (i) Let a = a1i + a2j and b = b1i + b2j with  a  = 13 and  b  = 10. Find the value of
(a + b) . (a – b). [5 marks]
(b) The line L has equation x – y + 1 = 0 and the circle C has equation x2 + y2 – 2y – 15 = 0.
(iii) Find the constants a, b and c such that x = b + a cos θ and y = c + a sin θ are
parametric equations (in parameter θ) of C. [3 marks]
(iv) Another circle C2, with the same radius as C, touches L at the centre of C. Find
the possible equations of C2.
[7 marks]
Total 25 marks
4. (a) By using x = cos2θ, or otherwise, find all values of the angle θ such that
(b) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a rectangle PQRS with sides 6 cm and
8 cm inscribed in another rectangle ABCD.
A Q B
6 cm
P
8 cm
θ
D S C
(i) The angle that SR makes with DC is θ. Find, in terms of θ, the length of the side
BC. [2 marks]
(iii) Is 15 a possible value for  BC ? Give a reason for your answer. [2 marks]
1 – cos 2 θ
(c) (i) Show that ———— = tan θ. [3 marks]
sin 2 θ
1 – cos 4 θ
a) ———— = tan 2 θ. [3 marks]
sin 4 θ
1 – cos 6 θ
b) ———— = tan 3 θ. [2 marks]
sin 6 θ
(iii) Using the results in (c) (i) and (ii) above, evaluate
n
S (tan r θ sin 2r θ + cos 2r θ)
r=1
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
lim x2 + 5x + 6
5. (a) Find ————— . [4 marks]
x → –2 x2 – x – 6
x2 + 1 if x > 2
f(x) =
bx + 1 if x < 2.
Determine
lim
(ii) f(x) [2 marks]
x → 2+
(c) The curve y = px3 + qx2 + 3x + 2 passes through the point T (1, 2) and its gradient at T
is 7. The line x = 1 cuts the xaxis at M, and the normal to the curve at T cuts the xaxis
at N.
Find
Total 25 marks
6 . (a) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, is a sketch o f the section o f the function
f x ) = x (x2  12) which passes through the origin O. A and B are stationary points on the
curve.
y
f(x) = x(x?  1 1 )
 X
o
Find
(ii) the equation o f the normal to the curve f x ) = x (x2  12) at the origin, O
[2 marks]
(iii) the area between the curve and the positive xaxis. [6 marks]
a I* a
rn fn
to show that I x sin x dx = I (n  x) sin x dx. [2 marks]
0 0
n
0 0 0
b) x sin x dx = n. [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
02134020/CAPE 2011
TEST CODE 02134032
FORM TP 2011232 MAY/JUNE 2011
1 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
2x + 22–x = 5. [5 marks]
f: x → 3x + 5 and g: x → x – 7.
(ii) Solve, for x, the equation f (g (2x + 1)) = f (3x – 2). [4 marks]
(c) A car manufacturer finds that when x million dollars are spent on research, the profit, P(x),
in millions of dollars, is given by
(i) What is the expected profit if 12 million dollars are spent on research?
[3 marks]
(ii) How much money should be spent on research to make a profit of 30 million
dollars? [5 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
(ii) Find the point Q, other than P, at which the line L1 intersects C. [4 marks]
(ii) Given the vectors u = 2 sin θi + cos 2θj and υ = cos2 θi + sin θj, 0 < θ < p, find
the values of θ for which u and υ are perpendicular. [4 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
lim x3 – 4x
3. (a) Find ——— . [4 marks]
x→2 x–2
x
——— . [4 marks]
3x + 4
∫ ————
16
(3x + 4)
dx.
2
[3 marks]
(c) A packaging company wishes to make a closed cylindrical container of thin material to
hold a volume, V, of 10 cm3. The outside surface of the container is S cm2, the radius is
r cm and the height is h cm.
20
(i) Show that S = 2p r2 + —– . [3 marks]
r
(ii) Hence, find the exact value of r for which S has a MINIMUM value.
[V = p r2 h, S = 2p r2 + 2p rh] [6 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
02134032/CAPE 2011
TEST CODE 02234020
FORM TP 2011234 MAY/JUNE 2011
UNIT 2 – PAPER 02
2 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
dy
1. (a) Find —– if
dx
(i) x2 + y2 – 2x + 2y – 14 = 0 [3 marks]
1
(b) Let y = x sin — , x ≠ 0.
x
Show that
dy 1
(i) x —– = y – cos (—) [3 marks]
dx x
d 2y
(ii) x4 —–2 + y = 0. [3 marks]
dx
(c) 1 .
A curve is given by the parametric equations x = √ t , y – t = ——
√t
(i) Find the gradient of the tangent to the curve at the point where t = 4.
[7 marks]
(ii) Find the equation of the tangent to the curve at the point where t = 4.
[3 marks]
Total 25 marks
∫
1
2. (a) Let Fn(x) = — tn e–t dt .
n! 0
1
(ii) Show that Fn (x) = Fn – 1 (x) – — xn e–x. [7 marks]
n!
x2 x3 xM ) + (ex – 1).
ex FM (x) = – ( x + — + — + ... + —– [4 marks]
2! 3! M!
2x2 + 3
(b) (i) Express ——— in partial fractions. [5 marks]
(x2 + 1)2
∫
2x2 + 3
(ii) Hence, find ——— dx. [6 marks]
(x2 + 1)2
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
1 1
3. (a) The sequence of positive terms, {xn}, is defined by xn + 1 = x2n + — , x1 < — , n > 1.
4 2
2 – 3x A B
—————— ≡ —— + ——– . [3 marks]
(1 – x) (1 – 2x) 1 – x 1 – 2x
(ii) Obtain the first FOUR nonzero terms of the expansion of each of (1 – x)–1 and
(1 – 2x)–1 as power series of x in ascending order. [4 marks]
(iii) Find
2 – 3x
——————
(1 – x) (1 – 2x)
is valid [2 marks]
Sn = n (3n – 4).
Total 25 marks
4. (a) A Geometric Progression (G.P.) with first term a and common ratio r, 0 < r < 1, is such
1 13
(i) Show that r + 1 + — = —– . [4 marks]
r 3
(b) Expand
2
——— , x<1
ex + e–x
1
(c) Let f(r) = ———– , r ∈ N.
r (r + 1)
(iii) Deduce the sum to infinity of the series in (c) (ii) above. [2 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
n
5. (a) is defined as the number of ways of selecting r distinct objects from a given set of
r
n distinct objects. From the definition, show that
n n
(i) = [2 marks]
r n–r
n+1 n n
(ii) = + r–1 [4 marks]
r r
8 8 8 8
+ x +
6 5 3 2
(b) (i) Find the number of 5digit numbers greater than 30 000 which can be formed with
the digits, 1, 3, 5, 6 and 8, if no digit is repeated. [3 marks]
(ii) What is the probability of one of the numbers chosen in (b) (i) being even?
[5 marks]
(c) (i) a) Show that (1 – i) is one of the square roots of –2i. [2 marks]
Total 25 marks
6. (a) 1 1 1
The matrix A = 2 –3 2 .
–1 –3 –2
(ii) Matrix A is changed to form new matrices B, C and D. Write down the determinant
of EACH of the new matrices, giving a reason for your answer in EACH case.
(b) 12 –1 5
Given the matrix M = 2 –1 0 ,
–9 2 –5
Find
(i) AM [3 marks]
x + y + z = 5
2x – 3y + 2z = –10
–x – 3y – 2z = –11
(iv) a) Show that (x, y, z) = (1, 1, 1) is a solution of the following system of equations:
x + y + z = 3
2x + 2y + 2z = 6
3x + 3y + 3z = 9 [1 mark ]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
02234020/CAPE 2011
TEST CODE 02234032
FORM TP 2011235 MAY/JUNE 2011
1 ½ hours
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
x = 4 – 3 cos t, y = 5 + 2 sin t,
Let θ be the angle which the tangent to the curve makes with the positive xaxis.
2π
(i) Find the rate at which θ is increasing or decreasing when t = —– seconds.
3
[7 marks]
d2y dy
—–2 – 3 —– – 4y = 8x2. [10 marks]
dx dx
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2. (a) (i) Show that the equation x2 + 8x – 8 = 0 has a root, α, in the interval [0, 1].
[3 marks]
(ii) By taking x 0 = 0 as the first approximation for α and using the formula
2
8–xn
xn + 1 = ——— three times, find a better approximation for α. [3 marks]
8
(b) (i) Write down the first FOUR nonzero terms of the expansions of ln (1 – x) and e–x
in ascending powers of x, stating for EACH expansion the range of values of x for
which it is valid. [3 marks]
x2 x3
(ii) If –1 < x < 1 and y = x + — + — + ..., prove that
2 3
x = 1 – e–y. [2 marks]
(c) In a model for the growth of a population, pn is the number of individuals in the population
at the end of n years. Initially, the population consists of 1000 individuals. In EACH
calendar year (January to December), the population increases by 20% and on 31 December,
100 individuals leave the population.
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
3. (a) 5 –6 –6
Let A = –1 4 2
3 –6 –4
1
(ii) Deduce that A–1 = — (3I – A). [4 marks]
2
5x – 6y – 6z = 10
–x + 4y + 2z = – 4
3x – 6y – 4z = 8. [3 marks]
2+i 1
(b) If z = ——, find the real and imaginary parts of z + —. [4 marks]
1–i z
1
(c) If z + — is written in the form r (cos θ + i sin θ) where r is the real and positive, find r
z
and tan θ. [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
02234032/CAPE 2011
TEST CODE 02134020
FORM TP 2012231 MAY/JUNE 2012
UNIT 1 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
1. (a) The expression f (x) = 2x3 – px2 + qx – 10 is divisible by x – 1 and has a remainder –6 when
divided by x + 1.
Find
 3x – 7  < 5. [5 marks]
(ii) Show that no real solution, x, exists for the inequality  3x – 7  + 5 < 0.
[2 marks]
Total 25 marks
f: x → x2 – 3.
(iii) 2 and —
obtain a quadratic equation whose roots are — 2 . [5 marks]
α 2
β2
1 3 5 7 9
(i) log10 ( — ) + log10 ( — ) + log10 ( — ) + log10 ( — ) + log10 ( — )
3 5 7 9 10
[3 marks]
r
99
(ii) ∑ log10 ( —–– ). [4 marks]
r=1 r+1
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
3. (a) (i) Given that cos (A + B) = cos A cos B – sin A sin B and cos 2θ = 2 cos2 θ – 1, prove
that
1
cos 3θ ≡ 2 cos θ [cos2 θ – sin2 θ – —]. [7 marks]
2
1
— [sin 6θ – sin 2θ] ≡ (2 cos2 2θ – 1) sin 2θ. [5 marks]
2
�
(iii) Hence, or otherwise, solve sin 6θ – sin 2θ = 0 for 0 < θ < —. [5 marks]
2
(b) Find ALL possible values of cos θ such that 2 cot2 θ + cos θ = 0. [8 marks]
Total 25 marks
4. (a) (i) Determine the Cartesian equation of the curve, C, defined by the parametric
equations y = 3 sec θ and x = 3 tan θ. [5 marks]
(ii) Find the points of intersection of the curve y = √ 10x with C. [9 marks]
(b) Let p and q be two position vectors with endpoints (–3, 4) and (–1, 6) respectively.
(iv) Let the angle between p and q be θ. Use the result of (iii) above to calculate θ in
degrees. [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
x3 + 8
5. (a) (i) Find the values of x for which ——— is discontinuous. [2 marks]
x2 – 4
lim x3 + 8 .
——— [3 marks]
x → –2 x2 – 4
lim sin x
(iii) By using the fact that —— = 1, or otherwise, find,
x→0 x
lim 2x3 + 4x
x→0 ———— . [5 marks]
sin 2x
x2 + 1, x > 1,
f (x) =
4 + px, x < 1.
(i) Find
lim
a) f (x) [2 marks]
x → 1+
lim
b) the value of the constant p such that f (x) exists. [4 marks]
x→1
(ii) Hence, determine the value of f (1) for f to be continuous at the point x = 1.
[1 mark ]
Total 25 marks
dy
6. (a) (i) Given that y = √ 4x2 – 7, show that y —– = 4x. [3 marks]
dx
d2y dy 2
y —–2 + —– = 4. [3 marks]
dx dx
(b) The curve, C, passes through the point (–1, 0) and its gradient at the point (x, y) is given
by
dy
—– = 3x2 – 6x.
dx
(iv) Find the coordinates of the points P and Q at which the curve C meets the xaxis.
[5 marks]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
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02134020/CAPE 2012
TEST CODE 02134032
FORM TP 2012232 MAY/JUNE 2012
1 hour 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
Find
1
(i) Prove that lognm = ——– . [3 marks]
logmn
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2. (a) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the graph o f the circle,C, whose equation
is x2 + y2  6x + 2y  15 = 0.
.P(7,2)
>x
o
Q'
(i) Determine the radius and the coordinates o f the centre o f C. [3 marks]
(ii) Find the equation o f the tangent to the circle at the point P (7, 2). [5 marks]
(iii) Find the coordinates o f the point Q (Q / P) at which the diameter through P cuts
the circle. [2 marks]
(b) (i) Express f(9) = 3 V3~ cos 0  3 sin 0 in the form R cos (0 + a) where R > 0 and 00
is acute.
[4 marks]
(c) The vector PQ = i  3j is parallel to the vector OR with OR = V 5. Find scalars a and b
such that OR = a i + bj. [4 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
lim √x–2
——— . [3 marks]
x→4 x–4
lim √x–2
————— . [5 marks]
x→4 x2 – 5x + 4
(b) Find the gradient of the curve y = 2x3 at the point P on the curve at which y = 16.
[3 marks]
(c) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) represents an empty vessel in the shape of a
right circular cone of semivertical angle 45°. Water is poured into the vessel at the rate
of 10 cm3 per second. At time, t, seconds after the start of the pouring of water, the height
of the water in the vessel is x cm and its volume is V cm3.
(iii) Find, correct to 2 decimal places, the rate at which the water level is rising after
5 seconds. [6 marks]
Total 20 marks
1
[The volume of a right circular cone of height h and radius of base r is V = — p r2 h.]
3
END OF TEST
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02134032/CAPE 2012
TEST CODE 02234020
FORM TP 2012234 MAY/JUNE 2012
UNIT 2 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02234020/CAPE 2012
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SECTION A (Module 1)
dy d2y
a) find —– and —— [5 marks]
dx dx2
dy
b) find the xcoordinates of the points at which —– = 0 [2 marks]
dx
d2y
c) find the xcoordinates of the points at which —— =0 [2 marks]
dx2
(ii) Hence , determine if the coordinates identified in (i) b) and c) above are at the
maxima, minima or points of inflection of y = x2 ex. [7 marks]
Find
(i) the gradient of a tangent to the curve at the point with parameter t [6 marks]
1
(ii) the equation of the tangent at the point where t = —. [3 marks]
2
Total 25 marks
x2 – 3x
∫ ——————
x – x2 + x – 1
3
dx. [5 marks]
(b) (i) Given that sin A cos B – cos A sin B = sin (A – B) show that
(ii) If Im = ∫ cos m
x sin 3x dx and
Jm = ∫ cos m
x sin 2x dx,
–�4 –�4
4 ∫ 0
cos x sin 3x dx = ∫ 0
3
sin 2x dx + — .
2
[2 marks]
–�4
(iv) Evaluate ∫ 0
sin 2x dx. [2 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
3. (a) For a particular G.P., u6 = 486 and u11 = 118 098, where un is the nth term.
(i) Calculate the first term, a, and the common ratio, r. [5 marks]
(i) Express, in terms of r, the rth term, ur, of the sequence. [2 marks]
n
1 n (n + 1) (2n + 7),
∑ ur = —
An ∈ N. [7 marks]
r=1 6
(c) (i) Use Maclaurin’s Theorem to find the first three nonzero terms in the power series
expansion of cos 2x. [5 marks]
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, obtain the first two nonzero terms in the power series
expansion of sin2 x. [2 marks]
Total 25 marks
n
4. (a) (i) Express in terms of factorials. [1 mark ]
r
n n
(ii) Hence, show that = n–r . [3 marks]
r
8
3
(iii) Find the coefficient of x in
4
x –—2
. [5 marks]
x
2n 2 2 2 2 2 n
n = c 0 + c 1 + c 3 + . . . + c n – 1 + c n , where cr = r .
[8 marks]
(i) Use the intermediate value theorem to determine whether the equation f (x) has
any roots in the interval [0.2, 2]. [2 marks]
(ii) Using x1 = 0.6 as a first approximation of a root T of f (x), execute FOUR iterations
of the Newton–Raphson method to obtain a second approximation, x2, of T.
[6 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
5. (a) How many 4digit even numbers can be formed from the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
(ii) if there is no restriction on the number of times a digit may appear? [3 marks]
(b) A committee of five is to be formed from among six Jamaicans, two Tobagonians and
three Guyanese.
(i) Find the probability that the committee consists entirely of Jamaicans.
[3 marks]
(ii) Find the number of ways in which the committee can be formed, given the
following restriction: There are as many Tobagonians on the committee as there
are Guyanese. [6 marks]
x 3
B y = –1 .
z 2 [3 marks]
Total 25 marks
1+i √2
where A = —— and B = —— . [6 marks]
1–i 1–i
(1 + √ 2 + i) 3� .
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, show that the argument of ———–—— is EXACTLY —–
1–i 8
[5 marks]
Total 25 marks
END OF TEST
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02234020/CAPE 2012
TEST CODE 02234032
FORM TP 2012235 MAY/JUNE 2012
1 hour 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
02234032/CAPE 2012
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SECTION A (Module 1)
–1
x (x – 1) 3
1. (a) Given that y = ———— ,
1 + sin3 x
dy
by taking logarithms of both sides, or otherwise, find —– in terms of x. [4 marks]
dx
1
(b) (i) Sketch the curve y = √ 1 + x3 , for values of x between – — and 1. [3 marks]
2
∫ 0
√ 1 + x3 dx. [5 marks]
∫x 2
cos x dx. [6 marks]
�
(ii) Hence, find the area under the curve y = x2 cos x, between x = 0 and x = — .
2
[2 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
5
1
2. (a) (i) Write down the binomial expansion of 1 + — x . [4 marks]
4
(i) Sketch the graphs for f (x) and g(x) on the same coordinate axes for the domain
–1 < x < 2. [4 marks]
(ii) Using x1 = 0.3 as an initial approximation to the root x of f (x) – g(x) = 0, execute
TWO iterations of the NewtonRaphson method to obtain a better approximation,
x3, of x correct to four decimal places. [6 marks]
(iii) Assuming that x3 is the true root of f (x) – g(x) = 0, calculate the relative error of
x 1. [2 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
3. (a) A computer programmer is trying to break into a company’s code. His program generates
a list of all permutations of any set of letters that it is given, without regard for duplicates.
For example, given the letters TTA, it will generate a list of six 3letter permutations
(words).
If the program generates a list of all 8letter permutations of TELESTEL, without regard
for duplicates,
(i) how many times will any given word be repeated in the list? [5 marks]
(ii) in how many words will the first four letters be all different? [5 marks]
1 1 1
A = 1 2 3 .
1 3 6 [5 marks]
3
A –1 = Y.
2 [2 marks]
6
BY = –2 .
4 [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
END OF TEST
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FORM TP 2013233 MAY/JUNE 2013
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 1 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
SECTION A (Module 1)
1. (a) Let p and q be two propositions. Construct a truth table for the statements
y ⊕ x = y2 + x2 + 2y + x – 5xy.
(c) Use mathematical induction to prove that 5n + 3 is divisible by 2 for all values of n ∈ N.
[8 marks]
Total 25 marks
(i) Find
(ii) Show that (f֯֯ ◦ g)–1 (x) = g–1 (x) ◦ f –1 (x). [5 marks]
(ii)  x + 2  = 3x + 5 [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
2 tan θ
3. (a) (i) Show that sin 2θ = ————. [4 marks]
1 + tan2 θ
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, solve sin 2θ – tan θ = 0 for 0 < θ < 2π. [8 marks]
(b) (i) Express f (θ) = 3 cos θ – 4 sin θ in the form r cos (θ + α) where
π
r > 0 and 0° < α < —. [4 marks]
2
(ii) Hence, find
Total 25 marks
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(i) Show that the centre and the radius of the circle, C, are (3, 2) and 3, respectively.
[3 marks]
(ii) a) Find the equation of the normal to the circle C at the point (6, 2).
[3 marks]
b) Show that the tangent to the circle at the point (6, 2) is parallel to the
yaxis. [3 marks]
(b) Show that the Cartesian equation of the curve that has the parametric equations
x = t2 + t, y = 2t – 4
(c) The points A (3, –1, 2), B (1, 2, –4) and C (–1, 1, –2) are three vertices of a parallelogram
ABCD.
→ →
(i) Express the vectors AB and BC in the form xi + yj + zk. [3 marks]
(ii) Show that the vector r = – 16j – 8k is perpendicular to the plane through A, B
and C. [5 marks]
(iii) Hence, find the Cartesian equation of the plane through A, B and C. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
X+ 2 X< 2
5. (a) A functionf(x) is defined as f(x) = j x2 ’ x > 2
[ x2, x>2 '
(ii) Determine whether f(x) is continuous at x = 2. Give a reason for your answer.
[2 marks]
T . x2 + 2x + 3 , dy 4x3  10x2  14x + 4
(b)Let y = — —5— —=3—. Show that —— = —
—
 [5 marks]
v7 * (x2 + 2)3 dx
dx (x + 2)(x2 + 2)4
dy
Find —jxr in terms of 0. [5 marks]
(d) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the curve y = x2 + 3 and the line y = 4x.
o X
(i) Determine the coordinates of the points P and Q at which the curve and the line
intersect. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
(b) A sports association is planning to construct a running track in the shape o f a rectangle
surmounted by a semicircle, as shown in the diagram below. The letter x represents the
length o f the rectangular section and r represents the radius o f the semicircle.
 X 
600  2x
(i) Show that r = [2 marks]
2 +n
(ii) Hence, determine the length, x, that maximises the area enclosed by the track.
[6 marks]
y ” = x sin x,
Total 25 marks
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TEST CODE 02134032
FORM TP 2013234 MAY/JUNE 2013
PURE MATHEMATICS
1 hour 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
(c) The amount of impurity, A, present in a chemical depends on the time it takes to purify. It
is known that A = 3e4t – 7e2t – 6 at any time t minutes. Find the time at which the chemical
is free of impurity (that is when A = 0). [6 marks]
(d) On the same axes, sketch the graphs of f(x) = 2x + 3 and g(x) = 2x + 3.
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
4 3
2. (a) TO
A is an acute angle and B is an obtuse angle, where sin (A) =and cos (B) =  = y .
Without finding the values of angles A and B, calculate cos (3A). [5 marks]
(b) Solve the equation 4 cos 20  14 sin 0 = 7 for values of 0 between 0 and 2n radians.
[8 marks]
(c) An engineer is asked to build a table in the shape of two circles C and C2 which intersect
each other, as shown in the diagram below (not drawn to scale).
Cl
Q R
Cl
A leg of the table is attached at EACH of the points Q and R where the circles intersect.
Determine the coordinates of the positions of the legs of the table. [7 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
f(x)
3
2
,1
0 1 2\ 3 x
li"
a) xx ^^ o0 f x ) [1 mark]
li"
b)
b) xxx ^ 22 f(x). [2 marks]
1
(b) Differentiate f(x) = —— from first principles. [5 marks]
√ 2x
(c) Find the xcoordinates of the maximum and minimum points of the curve
x2 y2
(d) A water tank is made by rotating the curve with equation — + —– = 1 about the xaxis
4 25
between x = 0 and x = 2.
Find the volume of water that the tank can hold. [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
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FORM TP 2013236 MAY/JUNE 2013
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 2 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
1. (a) Determine the derivative, with respect to x, of the function ln (x2y) – sin y = 3x – 2y.
[5 marks]
∂z ∂f / ∂y ∂z
Given that —– = – ———, determine —– in terms of x, y and z. [5 marks]
∂y ∂f / ∂z ∂y
(d) (i) Write the complex number z = (–1 + i)7 in the form reiθ, where r =  z  and
θ = arg z. [3 marks]
Total 25 marks
–�2
(ii) Hence, calculate
∫ 0
sin x cos 2x dx. [2 marks]
x2 ; x > 0
(b) Let f(x) = x  x  = .
–x2 ; x < 0
Use the trapezium rule with four intervals to calculate the area between f(x) and the xaxis
for the domain –0.75 < x < 2.25. [5 marks]
∫
(ii) 2x2 + 4 dx. Use the substitution x = 2 tan θ.
Hence, find ———– [7 marks]
(x2 + 4)2
Total 25 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
3
3. (a) The sequence{an} is defined by a1 = 1, an+1 = 4 + 2 √ an .
Use mathematical induction to prove that 1 < an < 8 for all n in the set of positive
integers. [6 marks]
1
(b) Let k > 0 and let f(k) = —.
k2
(i) Show that
a) 2k + 1 .
f(k) – f(k + 1) = ———— [3 marks]
k (k + 1)2
2
n
b) ∑ 1 – ———
— 1 = 1 – ———1 . [5 marks]
2
k=1 k (k + 1)2 (n + 1)2
(c) (i) Obtain the first four nonzero terms of the Taylor Series expansion of cos x in
π
ascending powers of (x – —). [5 marks]
4
π
(ii) Hence, calculate an approximation to cos (—–). [3 marks]
16
Total 25 marks
(b) Show that the coefficient of the x5 term of the product (x + 2)5 (x – 2)4 is 96. [7 marks]
(c) (i) Use the Intermediate Value Theorem to prove that x3 = 25 has at least one root in
the interval [2, 3]. [3 marks]
(ii) The table below shows the results of the first four iterations in the estimation of
the root of f(x) = x3 – 25 = 0 using interval bisection.
The procedure used a = 2 and b = 3 as the starting points and pn is the estimate of
the root for the nth iteration.
n an bn pn f(pn)
1 2 3 2.5 –9.375
......
......
Total 25 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
5. (a) Three letters from the word BRIDGE are selected one after the other without replacement.
When a letter is selected, it is classified as either a vowel (V) or a consonant (C).
Use a tree diagram to show the possible outcomes (vowel or consonant) of the THREE
selections. Show all probabilities on the diagram. [7 marks]
(b) (i) The augmented matrix for a system of three linear equations with variables x, y
and z respectively is
1 1 –1 1
A= –5 1 1 2
1 –5 3 3
By reducing the augmented matrix to echelon form, determine whether or not the
system of linear equations is consistent. [5 marks]
(ii) The augmented matrix for another system is formed by replacing the THIRD row
of A in (i) above with (1 –5 5  3).
Determine whether the solution of the new system is unique. Give a reason for
your answer. [5 marks]
(c) A country, X, has three airports (A, B, C). The percentage of travellers that use each of the
airports is 45%, 30% and 25% respectively. Given that a traveller has a weapon in his/
her possession, the probability of being caught is, 0.7, 0.9 and 0.85 for airports A, B, and
C respectively.
(i) What is the probability that a traveller using an airport in Country X is caught with
a weapon? [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
dy
cos x —– + y sin x = 2x cos2 x. [7 marks]
dx
15 √ 2 π2 π
(ii) Hence, given that y = ———— , when x = —, determine the constant of the
32 4
integration. [5 marks]
16 4
Show that A = – —– and B = —–. [3 marks]
17 17
(iii) Given that y(0) = 0.04 and y'(0) = 0, obtain the general solution of the differential
equation. [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
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FORM TP 2013237 MAY/JUNE 2013
PURE MATHEMATICS
1 hour 30 minutes
This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1, Module 2 and Module 3.
3. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
4. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A (Module 1)
–1 –34
P(k(t), l(t)) = 20k 4 l
where k is the capital (in millions of dollars) and l is the labour force (in thousands of
workers).
Let l = 3 and k = 4.
Assume that the capital is DECREASING at a rate of $200 000 per year and that the labour
force is INCREASING at a rate of 60 workers per year.
dP ∂P dk ∂P dl dP
Given that —– = —– • —– + —– • —– , calculate —– . [6 marks]
dt ∂k dt ∂l dt dt
(b) ∫
Let Fn(x) = cosn x dx.
1 n–1
Fn(x) = — cosn–1 x sin x + ——— Fn – 2 (x). [6 marks]
n n
Total 20 marks
SECTION B (Module 2)
4
1
2. (a) (i) Show that the binomial expansion of 1 + — x is
2
3 x2 + —
1 + 2x + — 1 x3 + —–
1 x4 . [4 marks]
2 2 16
(b) (i) Derive the first three nonzero terms in the Maclaurin expansion of ln (1 + x).
[4 marks]
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, if the series is convergent, show that S2 < 4. [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C (Module 3)
1 1 –1 x 6
2 –1 3 y = –9
1 –2 –2 z 3
8 7 –3
(ii) Let the matrix C = 4 –1 3
2 –5 –3
(b) To make new words, three letters are selected without replacement from the word TRAVEL
and are written down in the order in which they are selected.
(ii) For a threeletter word to be legal, it must have at least one vowel (that is a, e, i,
o or u). What is the probability that a legal word is formed on a single attempt?
[5 marks]
Total 20 marks
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FORM TP 2014240 MAY/JUNE 2014
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 1 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
SECTION A
Module 1
1. (a) Let p, q and r be three propositions. Construct a truth table for the statement
(p → q) ˄ (r → q).
[5 marks]
n
12 + 32 + 52 + ..... + (2n – 1)2 = — (4n2 – 1) for n ∈ N. [10 marks]
3
Total 25 marks
f(x) = 2x2 + 1
where 1 < x < ∞, x ∈ R.
x–1
g(x) = ——
√ 2
a) f 2(x) [3 marks]
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, state the relationship between f֯֯ and g. [1 mark]
a+b
(b) Given that a3 + b3 + 3a2b = 5ab2, show that 3 log ——– = log a + 2 log b. [5 marks]
2
1
(i) ex + — – 2 = 0 [4 marks]
ex
(ii) log2 (x + 1) – log2 (3x + 1) = 2 [4 marks]
√3–1 √3+1 √2–1 √2+1
——— + ——— + ——— + ——— = 10. [5 marks]
√3+1 √3–1 √2+1 √2–1
Total 25 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, find the possible values for y in the trigonometric equation
cot y – cot x
–————— = 1, 0 < y < 2π,
cot x + cot y
when sin x = — π .
1 ,0<x<— [8 marks]
2 2
(b) (i) Express f(θ) = 3 sin 2θ + 4 cos 2θ in the form r sin (2θ + α) where
π
r > 0 and 0 < α < —. [4 marks]
2
4. (a) Let L1 and L2 be two diameters of a circle C. The equations of L1 and L2 are x – y + 1 = 0
and x + y – 5 = 0, respectively.
(i) Show that the coordinates of the centre of the circle, C, where L1 and L2 intersect
are (2, 3). [3 marks]
(ii)
A and B are endpoints of the diameter L1. Given that the coordinates of A are
(1, 2) and that the diameters of a circle bisect each other, determine the coordinates
of B. [3 marks]
(iii) A point, p, moves in the x – y plane such that its distance from C (2, 3) is always
√ 2 units. Determine the locus of p. [3 marks]
1 t
x = –—— and y = –—— .
1+t 1 – t2
(c) The points P (3, –2, 1), Q (–1, λ, 5) and R (2, 1, –4) are three vertices of a triangle PQR.
→ → →
(i) Express EACH of the vectors PQ, QR and RP in the form xi + yj + zk.
[4 marks]
(ii) Hence, find the value of λ, given that PQR is rightangled with the side PQ as
hypotenuse. [6 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
ax + 2, x < 3 .
f(x) = ax2, x > 3
(ii) x2 + 2
Let g(x) = ————— .
2
bx + x + 4
lim lim
Given that 2g (x) = g(x), find the value of b. [5 marks]
x→1 x→0
dy
1 . Using first principles, find —–
(b) (i) Let y = —— . [8 marks]
√x dx
x dy
(ii) If y = ——— , determine an expression for —– .
√ 1 +x dx
(c) The parametric equations of a curve are given by
dy
Find —– in terms of θ.
dx
Simplify the answer as far as possible. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
6. (a) The gradient of a curve which passes through the point (–1, –4) is given by
dy
—– = 3x2 – 4x + 1.
dx
(i)
Find
(ii) Sketch the curve in (a) (i) a) above, clearly marking ALL stationary points and
intercepts. [4 marks]
(ii) Find the volume generated by rotating the area bounded by the curve in (b) (i)
above, the xaxis, and the lines x = 0 and x = 2 about the xaxis. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
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PURE MATHEMATICS
1 hour 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
1. (a) The binary operation * is defined on a set {e, a, b, c, d, f} as shown in the table below.
For example, a * b = d.
* e a b c d f
e e a b c d f
a a e d f b c
b b f e d c a
c c d f e a b
d d c a b f e
f f b c a e d
(i) State, giving a reason, if * is commutative. [2 marks]
a) d
[1 mark]
b) c.
[1 mark]
1 1 1
a) —– + —– + —– [5 marks]
α2 β2 γ2
b) 1 + ——
—— 1 + ——
1 [2 marks]
α2 β2 β2 γ2 γ2 α2
1 1 1
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, find the equation whose roots are —– , —–, —– .
α2 β2 γ2
[2 marks]
1
The diagram below shows the graph of the function g(x) = —— .
x–1
1
_4 _3 _2 _1 1 2 3 4
x
_
1
_
2
_
3
_
4
(i)
On the answer sheet provided, sketch the graphs of g(x) and f(x) = x – 1, showing
clearly the intercepts and the asymptotes. [5 marks]
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, obtain the value of x such that f(x) = g(x). [1 mark]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
2. (a) P (1, 3, 2), Q (–1, 2, 3) and R (1, 3, 5) are the vertices of a triangle.
→ →
(i) Find the displacement vectors PQ and PR. [4 marks]
π π
π – —,
(b) Given that — = — show without the use of a calculator, that the EXACT value
12 3 4
π is 2 – √ 3 .
of tan — [5 marks]
12
Total 20 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
sin 8x
lim ———
3. (a) Evaluate . [4 marks]
x → 0 2x
y = x3 + x2 + 2.
(i) Determine the coordinates of the points on the curve where the gradient is 1.
[6 marks]
(ii) Determine the equation of the normal which intersects the curve at (–1, 2).
[4 marks]
(c) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the design of a petal drawn on a square
tile of length 1 metre.
y
1
y = √x
Petal y = x2
0 x
1
The design may be modelled by the finite region enclosed by the curves y = √ x and
y = x2 where x and y are lengths measured in metres.
Total 20 marks
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4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 x
1
2
3
4
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TEST CODE 02234020
FORM TP 2014243 MAY/JUNE 2014
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 2 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
x = a cos3 t, y = a sin3 t.
(ii) Express α and β in the form reiθ, where r is the modulus and θ is the argument,
where –π < θ < π. [4 marks]
(iv) Hence, or otherwise, obtain the quadratic equation whose roots are α3 and β3.
[3 marks]
Total 25 marks
∫
2. (a) Let Fn (x) = (ln x)n dx.
y2 + 2y + 1
(b) (i) By decomposing ————— into partial fractions, show that
y4 + 2y2 + 1
y2 + 2y + 1 1 2y
————— = ——— + ———– . [7 marks]
y4 + 2y2 + 1 y2 + 1 (y2 + 1)2
∫
(ii) Hence, find y2 + 2y + 1 dy.
————— [8 marks]
y4 + 2y2 + 1
0
Total 25 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
1 1 1 1 1
Sn = 1 + — + —2 + —3 + ...... + ——
n – 1 = 2 – ——n – 1 . [8 marks]
2 2 2 2 2
lim
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, find S . [3 marks]
n→∞ n
Total 25 marks
4. (a) (i) For the binomial expansion of (2x + 3)20, show that the ratio of the term in x6 to
3
the term in x7 is — . [5 marks]
4x
(ii) a) Determine the FIRST THREE terms of the binomial expansion of (1 + 2x)10.
n! n! (n + 1) !
(b) Show that ————– + ————————– = ——————. [6 marks]
(n – r) !r! (n – r + 1) ! (r – 1) ! (n – r + 1) !r!
(c) (i) Show that the function f(x) = –x3 + 3x + 4 has a root in the interval [1, 3].
[3 marks]
(ii) By taking x1 = 2.1 as a first approximation of the root in the interval [1, 3], use the
Newton–Raphson method to obtain a second approximation, x2, in the interval
[1, 3]. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
5. (a) (i) Five teams are to meet at a round table. Each team consists of two members AND
one leader. How many seating arrangements are possible if each team sits together
with the leader of the team in the middle? [7 marks]
(ii) In an experiment, individuals were asked to colour a shape by selecting from two
available colours, red and blue. The individuals chose one colour, two colours or
no colour.
In total, 80% of the individuals used colours and 600 individuals used no colour.
a)
Given that 40% of the individuals used red and 50% used blue, calculate the
probability that an individual used BOTH colours.
[4 marks]
1 x –1 1 2 5
A = 3 0 2 B = 2 3 4
2 1 0 1 1 2
(i) Determine the range of values of x for which A–1 exists. [4 marks]
Total 25 marks
6. (a) (i) Show that the general solution of the differential equation
π
2 and x = —.
(ii) Hence, obtain the particular solution where y = —— [4 marks]
√2 4
(b) A differential equation is given as y" – 5y' = xe5x. Given that a particular solution is
yp(x) = Ax2 e5x + Bxe5x, solve the differential equation. [11 marks]
Total 25 marks
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FORM TP 2014244 MAY/JUNE 2014
PURE MATHEMATICS
1 hour 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
1. (a) Let l = ∫
–1
———
1
1 + e–x
dx.
(i) Use the trapezium rule with two trapezia of equal width to obtain an estimate of
l. [3 marks]
(b) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows an open rectangular box with a partition
in the middle.
The dimensions of the box, measured in centimetres, are x, y, and z. The volume of the
box is 384 cm3.
(i) The pieces from which the box is assembled are cut from a flat plank of wood.
Show that the TOTAL area of the pieces cut from the plank, A cm2, is given by
768 1152
A = xy + —— + —— . [5 marks]
y x
∂A ∂A
(ii) The minimum value of A occurs where —– = 0 and —– = 0 simultaneously.
∂x ∂y
∂A ∂A
a) Determine —– and —– . [3 marks]
∂x ∂y
b) ∂A = 0 and —–
Hence, show that the equations —– ∂A = 0 are both satisfied by
x = 12, y = 8. ∂x ∂y [2 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
1 1 2 .
2. (a) (i) Show that ——— – ——— = ——— [3 marks]
2r – 1 2r + 1 4r2 – 1
n
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, show that Σ ——— 2
2 2n .
= ——— [5 marks]
r=1
4r – 1 2n +1
(b) An arithmetic progression is such that the fifth and tenth partial sums are S5 = 60 and
S10 = 202 respectively.
(i) Calculate the first term, a, and the common difference, d. [5 marks]
(c) (i) Show that the function f(x) = e–x – 2x + 3 has a root, α, in the closed interval
[1, 2]. [2 marks]
(ii) Apply linear interpolation ONCE in the interval [1, 2] to find an approximation to
the root, α. [3 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
3. (a) A bag contains 2 red balls, 3 blue balls and 1 white ball. In an experiment, 2 balls are
drawn at random from the bag without replacement.
(i) Use a tree diagram to show the possible events and their corresponding probabilities.
[5 marks]
(ii) Calculate the probability that the second ball drawn is blue. [4 marks]
(b) The current flow in a particular circuit is defined by the differential equation
di
L —– + Ri = V,
dt
where i is the current at time t, and V, R and L are constants representing the voltage,
resistance and selfinductance respectively.
(i) By solving the differential equation using an appropriate integrating factor, verify
V R t
that i = — (1 – e– —
L ).
[8 marks]
R
(ii) The steadystate current in the circuit is lim i. Use the result of (b) (i) above to
t→∞
evaluate lim i. [3 marks]
t→∞
Total 20 marks
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FORM TP 2015265 MAY/JUNE 2015
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 1 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
(i) State the inverse and the contrapositive of the statement p → q. [2 marks]
(ii) Copy and complete the table below to show the truth table for
p → q and ~q → ~p.
p q ~p ~q p → q ~q → ~p
T T
T F
F T
F F
[4 marks]
(iii) Hence, state whether the compound statements p → q and ~q → ~p are logically
equivalent. Justify your response. [2 marks]
(b) The polynomial f(x) = x3 + px2 – x + q has a factor (x – 5) and a remainder of 24 when
divided by (x – 1).
(c) Given that S(n) = 5 + 52 + 53 + 54 + ... + 5n, use mathematical induction to prove that
Total 25 marks
2. (a) The relations f : A → B and g : B → C are functions which are both onetoone and onto.
Show that (g ° f) is
(i) 4 – ——
3 – —– 4 = 0 [7 marks]
(9)x (81)x
(ii)  5x – 6  = x + 5 [5 marks]
(c) The population growth of bacteria present in a river after time, t hours, is given by
N = 300 + 5t.
Determine
SECTION B
Module 2
(b) (i) Express f(2θ) = 3 sin 2θ + 4 cos 2θ in the form r sin (2θ + α) where
π
r > 0 and 0 < α < —. [6 marks]
2
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, find the maximum and minimum values of ———–1 .
7 – f(2θ)
[4 marks]
Total 25 marks
4. (a) The circles C1 and C2 are defined by the parametric equations as follows:
(ii) Hence or otherwise, find the points of intersection of C1 and C2. [9 marks]
(b) A point P (x, y) moves so that its distance from the fixed point (0, 3) is two times the
distance from the fixed point (5, 2). Show that the equation of the locus of the point
P (x, y) is a circle. [12 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
sin (ax)
——— if x ≠ 0, a≠0
f(x) = x
4 if x = 0
(b) Using first principles, determine the derivative of f(x) = sin (2x). [6 marks]
2x
(c) If y = ——— show that
√1 + x2
dy y
(i)
x —– = ———
2 [7 marks]
dx 1+x
d2y 3y
(ii) ——
2
+ ————
2 2
= 0. [8 marks]
dx (1 + x )
Total 25 marks
6. (a) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the region bounded by the lines
y = 3x – 7, y + x = 9 and 3y = x + 3.
(a) (i) Show that the coordinates of A, B and C are (4, 5), (3, 2), and (6, 3) respectively.
[5 marks]
(ii) Hence, use integration to determine the area bounded by the lines. [6 marks]
(b) The gradient function of a curve y = f(x) which passes through the point (0, –6) is given
by 3x2 + 8x – 3.
(ii) Find the coordinates and nature of the stationary point of the curve in (b) (i) above.
[8 marks]
(iii) Sketch the curve in (b) (i) by clearly labelling the stationary points. [3 marks]
Total 25 marks
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PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 1 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
SECTION A
Module 1
(i) Copy and complete the truth table below for the propositions (p ˄ q) → r and
(p → r) ˄ (q → r).
T T T
T T F
T F T
T F F
F T T
F T F
F F T
F F F
[5 marks]
(b) Use mathematical induction to prove that 10n+1 + 3(10n) + 5 is divisible by 9 for all natural
numbers. [8 marks]
Total 25 marks
1 ln a
2. (a) (i) Show that may be rewritten as , where a > 0, a ≠ 1.
logax ln x
[5 marks]
1 1 1 1
+ + + =1
log2 x log3 x log4 x log5 x
[4 marks]
(b) The diagrams below (not drawn to scale) show the graphs of f(x) = x2 − 4x + 3 and
g(x) = 2 − 3x.
(i) On the same axes, sketch the graphs  f(x)  and  g(x) . [4 marks]
SECTION B
Module 2
sin2 x tan x
3. (a) Given that tan2 x = , show that sin x = ± . [6 marks]
1 − sin2 x 1 + tan 2 x
(b) (i) Show that f (θ) = √3 sin θ + cos θ may be expressed as where
0 ≤ θ ≤ π– . [6 marks]
2
b) determine the maximum value of f and the smallest positive value of θ for
which it occurs. [3 marks]
(c) π
Without the use of a calculator or tables, find the exact value of cos —. [5 marks]
12
Total 25 marks
4. (a) Calculate the distance between the points of intersection of the line 3x − 2y + 6 = 0 and the
circle x2 + y2 = 9. [8 marks]
(ii) Find the equation of the tangent to C at the point (0,0) . [4 marks]
SECTION C
Module 3
d2y
5. (a) Given that y = tan–1 (1 − x2), find —2 . [5 marks]
dx
Determine
dy
(i) — in terms of t
[4 marks]
dx
(ii) the value of t for which the circle has vertical tangents. [3 marks]
6
(c) A function f is defined as f (x) = 3 +
x – 2.
(i) Determine
Total 25 marks
6. (a) 1
The diagram below (not drawn to scale) shows the curve f(x) = —.
x2
(ii) Calculate the volume of the solid that results from revolving the region, A, about
the xaxis. [5 marks]
y
dy = − −.
(b) The gradient function for a curve y = f(x) is given as —
dx x
Given that the curve passes through the point (1,1), determine an expression for f(x).
[7 marks]
1 2
(c) By using the substitution, y = x2, show that ∫ y+ y3
dy = ∫
1 + x2
dx . [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
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FORM TP 2015266 MAY/JUNE 2015
PURE MATHEMATICS
1 hour 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
p q ~p ~q p ∨ q ~p ∧ ~q (p ∨ q) ∨ (~p ∧ ~q)
T T
T F
F T
F F
[5 marks]
xy
(c) Let x, y, k ∈ R. An operation * is defined as x * y = ———— where x + y ≠ k.
x+y–k
Show that * is associative. [6 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
2. (a) ABCD is a parallelogram such that A has coordinates (0, 0). The position vectors B and
D are a and b respectively. Using vector algebra show that
Find the equation of the tangent to C1 at the point (5, 2). [6 marks]
3 4
(c) Angles 2A and 2B are obtuse angles with sin (2A) = — and cos (B) = —.
5 5
Without calculating the value of A and B find the EXACT value of
Total 20 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
(b) A spherical shaped ice cream is melting in such a way that its volume is decreasing at a
rate of 2 cm3 per minute. Find the rate at which the radius decreases when the diameter
is 8 cm. [6 marks]
(c) The diagram below (not drawn to scale) is a sketch of the curve y = x2 + 3 and the line
y = 4x.
(i) Find the coordinates of P and Q, the points of intersection of the curve and the
line. [5 marks]
(ii) Calculate the volume of the solid generated when the shaded region is rotated
completely about the xaxis. [5 marks]
Total 20 marks
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FORM TP 2015268 MAY/JUNE 2015
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 2 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
z3
(i) z in the form x + iy where x, y ∈ R.
Express the quotient —
2
[3 marks]
π
(ii) Given that arg w = arg z3 – [arg z1 + arg z2],  z1  = 1 and arg z1 = — rewrite
12
z3
z z in the form re where r =  w  and θ = arg w.
iθ
w = —– [6 marks]
1 2
2+√5
x2 = ———–. [7 marks]
2
e–t
x = ———— and y = sin–1 t for –1 < t < 0.5.
√ 1 – t2
dy et (1 – t2)
(i) Show that —– = ————. [6 marks]
dx t2 + t – 1
Total 25 marks
dy 8x + 3y2 + 7
—– = —————. [5 marks]
dx 3(1 + 2xy)
18x2 + 13
f(x) = ————
9x2 + 4
∫
hn+1
hn ln h dh = ———– [–1 + (n + 1) ln h] + C,
(n + 1)2
Total 25 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
2n + 1
Tn = ———–.
√n2 + 1
lim
(i) Determine T .
[5 marks]
n→∞ n
1
— —
9 1 2
(ii) Show that T4 = — 1 + — . [3 marks]
4 16
1
(iii) Hence, use the binomial expansion with x = — to approximate the value of T4 for
16
terms up to and including x3. Give your answer correct to two decimal places.
[4 marks]
3 4 5
2 + — + — + —– + . . .
4 9 16
∞
(ii) Hence, given that ∑ —1 converges to π2
—, show that Sn diverges as n →∞.
2
n=1 n 6
[4 marks]
n
n(n2 – 1)
∑ r(r – 1) = ————. [7 marks]
r=1 3
Total 25 marks
(i) Obtain the Maclaurin series expansion for g(x) up to and including the term in x4.
[6 marks]
Use the intermediate value theorem to show that f has at least one root in the
interval [–2, 0]. [3 marks]
(ii) Use at least three iterations of the method of interval bisection to show that
(c) Use the Newton–Raphson method with initial estimate x1 = 5.5 to approximate the root
of g(x) = sin 3x in the interval [5, 6], correct to two decimal places. [5 marks]
Total 25 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
5. (a) Ten students from across CARICOM applied for mathematics scholarships. Three of the
applicants are females and the remaining seven are males. The scholarships are awarded
to four successful students. Determine the number of possible ways in which a group of
FOUR applicants may be selected if
(b) Numbers are formed using the digits 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 without repeating any digit. Determine
(i) the greatest possible amount of numbers that may be formed [4 marks]
(ii) the probability that a number formed is greater than 100. [3 marks]
2x + 3y – z = –3.5
x – y + 2z = 7
1.5x + 3z = 9
(ii) Use elementary row operations to reduce the system to echelon form.
[5 marks]
(iv) Show that the system has no solution if the third equation is changed to
Total 25 marks
6. (a) Alicia’s chance of getting to school depends on the weather. The weather can be either rainy
or sunny. If it is a rainy day, the probability that she gets to school is 0.7. In addition, she
goes to school on 99% of the sunny school days. It is also known that 32% of all school
days are rainy.
(i) Construct a tree diagram to show the probabilities that Alicia arrives at school.
[3 marks]
(ii) What is the probability that Alicia is at school on any given school day?
[3 marks]
(iii) Given that Alicia is at school today, determine the probability that it is a rainy day.
[4 marks]
(b) (i) Show that the equation y + xy + x2 = 0 is a solution of the differential equation
dy y – x2
—– = ———–. [5 marks]
dx x(1 + x)
b) Hence, show that the solution which satisfies the boundary conditions
√2
y (0) = 1 and y′ —– = 0 is
2
1
y = ——–
2 e√2 x + e2–√2 x . [7 marks]
e +1
Total 25 marks
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PURE MATHEMATICS
1 hour 30 minutes
4. Write your solutions, with full working, in the answer booklet provided.
5. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
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SECTION A
Module 1
3π
1. (a) A complex number z1 is such that  z1  = 2 and arg z1 = —–.
4
(i) Identify the coordinates of z1 on an Argand diagram. [3 marks]
(ii) On the same axes, connect z1 to the origin with a line segment and label the angle
that represents arg z1. [2 marks]
(iii) On the same axes, sketch the locus of the point z2 which moves in the complex
plane such that  z1 – z2  = 1. [2 marks]
(b) Use the trapezium rule with five ordinates to find an approximate value of
2
∫ 0
√ 4 + x3 dx.
[6 marks]
x
sin–1 (—)
(c) (i) Determine ∫ 2
———–— dx.
√4 – x2
[5 marks]
x
1
sin–1 (—)
(ii) Hence, calculate ∫ 0
———–— 2 dx.
√4 – x2
[2 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION B
Module 2
f(x) = ex cos x
π
centred at — up to and including the first two nonzero terms. [4 marks]
2
π
(ii) Hence, estimate f(—).
[2 marks]
6
(b) The twentieth term of an arithmetic progression is 35 and the sum of the first 19 terms is
285. Calculate the sum of the first five terms. [7 marks]
Total 20 marks
SECTION C
Module 3
3. (a) A board game involves tossing TWO fair dice and ONE fair coin. The face shown on the
coin determines the action of the next player.
If a HEAD is observed on the coin, the total on the dice is as observed. If a TAIL is
observed on the coin, the number on each die must be 3 or less. If any of the numbers is
more than 3, the die is thrown again until a 1, 2 or 3 is shown.
(i) Copy and complete the table below to show the possible totals of the throws.
DIE 1
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 3 4 5
2 3 4 5 6
HEAD
3 4 5 6 7
4 5 6 7 8
DIE 2
1
TAIL
[2 marks]
(ii) What is the probability that the sum of the numbers on the dice is EVEN on any
turn in the game? [2 marks]
(iii) Determine the probability of obtaining a HEAD and an EVEN total on the dice.
[4 marks]
(iv) State, giving a reason for your answer, whether the events of obtaining a HEAD
and an EVEN total on the dice are independent. [2 marks]
Total 20 marks
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PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 1 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
6. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
7. If you need to rewrite any answer and there is not enough space to do so
on the original page, you must use the extra lined page(s) provided at the
back of this booklet. Remember to draw a line through your original
answer.
8. If you use the extra page(s) you MUST write the question number
clearly in the box provided at the top of the extra page(s) and, where
relevant, include the question part beside the answer.
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SECTION A
Module 1
(i) Given that x + 3 is a factor of f(x) and that there is a remainder of 10, when f(x) is
divided by x + 1 show that p = –25 and q = –12.
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(c) (i) Given that p and q are two propositions, complete the truth table below:
p q p→q p˅q p˄q (p ˅ q) → (p ˄ q)
T T
T F
F T
F F
[4 marks]
(ii) State, giving a reason for your response, whether the following statements are
logically equivalent:
∙ p → q
∙ (p ˅ q) → (p ˄ q)
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[2 marks]
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2. (a) Solve the following equation for x:
[6 marks]
x+3
(b) A function f is defined by f(x) = ——– , x ≠ 1.
x–1
Determine whether f is bijective, that is, both onetoone and onto.
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(ii) Hence, or otherwise, determine an equation with integer coefficients which has
roots — 1 and —
1 , — 1 .
α2 β2 γ2
[8 marks]
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SECTION B
Module 2
cosec θ
3. (a) (i) Show that sec2 θ = .
cosec θ – sin θ
[4 marks]
[5 marks]
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(b) (i) Express the function f(θ) = sin θ + cos θ in the form r sin (θ + α), where
π .
r > 0 and 0 < θ < —
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(ii) Hence, find the maximum value of f and the smallest nonnegative value of θ at
which it occurs.
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(c) Prove that
tan A + tan B + tan C – tan A tan B tan C
tan (A + B + C) = ————————————————— .
1 – tan A tan B – tan A tan C – tan B tan C
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4. (a) (i) Given that sin θ = x, show that tan θ = ————x , where 0 < θ < π . .
√1 – x2 2
[3 marks]
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, determine the Cartesian equation of the curve defined
π
parametrically by y = tan 2t and x = sin t for 0 < t < 2 .
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1 2
(b) Let u = –3 and v = 1 be two position vectors in R3.
2 5
[3 marks]
(ii) Find cos θ where θ is the angle between u and v in R3.
[4 marks]
(c) A point, P (x, y), moves such that its distance from the xaxis is half its distance from the
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(d) The line L has the equation 2x + y + 3 = 0 and the circle C has the equation x2 + y2 = 9.
Determine the points of intersection of the circle C and the line L.
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SECTION C
Module 3
–1
5. (a) Use an appropriate substitution to find ∫ (x + 1)3 dx.
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(b) The diagram below represents the finite region R which is enclosed by the curve y = x3 – 1
and the lines x = 0 and y = 0.
Calculate the volume of the solid that results from rotating R about the yaxis.
[5 marks]
a a
∫
ex 1
———— dx = — .
0 e + e1 – x
x
2
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(d) An initial population of 10 000 bacteria grow exponentially at a rate of 2% per hour,
where y = f (t) is the number of bacteria present t hours later.
(i) Solve an appropriate differential equation to show that the number of bacteria
present at any time can be modelled by the equation y = 10 000 e 0.02t .
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6. (a) Find the equation of the tangent to the curve f(x) = 2x3 + 5x2 – x + 12 at the point where
x = 3.
[4 marks]
x2 + 2x + 3 x<0
f(x) =
ax + b x>0
[4 marks]
(ii) Hence, determine the values of a and b such that f(x) is continuous at x = 0.
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lim f(0 + t) – f(0)
(iii) If the value of b = 3, determine a such that f ʹ (0) = t → 0 t
[6 marks]
[6 marks]
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1 hour 30 minutes
6. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
7. If you need to rewrite any answer and there is not enough space to do so
on the original page, you must use the extra lined page(s) provided at the
back of this booklet. Remember to draw a line through your original
answer.
8. If you use the extra page(s) you MUST write the question number
clearly in the box provided at the top of the extra page(s) and, where
relevant, include the question part beside the answer.
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SECTION A
Module 1
1. (a) (i) Using the substitution y = ex, or otherwise, solve the equation
e2x − 21ex − 100 = 0.
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(b) Let p and q be two propositions. Prove that (p ˅ q) ˄ ~ p ≡ ~ p ˄ q.
[6 marks]
(c) Use a direct proof to show that the sum of two odd numbers is even.
[4 marks]
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SECTION B
Module 2
π
2. (a) (i) Express cos θ – √ 3 sin θ in the form r cos (θ + α), where r > 0 and 0 < α < 2 .
[4 marks]
cos θ – √ 3 sin θ = 0.
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L1: x = 1 + t, y = 2 + 4t, z = –t
and
L2: x = 2u, y = 3 + u, z = –2 + 3u
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SECTION C
Module 3
3. (a) Diagram A below, not drawn to scale, shows the design of a trough. The crosssection
of the trough, which has the shape of a trapezium, is shown in Diagram B. All lengths are
in metres.
The trough must be made using the dimensions shown, but the angle θ may vary.
(i) Given that the volume, V, is the product of the crosssectional area and the length
of the trough, show that
V = 10 cosθ (1 + sinθ)
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(ii) Hence, or otherwise, determine the MAXIMUM possible volume of the trough.
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(b) Calculate the area enclosed between the curve y = x2 and the line y = 4.
[5 marks]
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FORM TP 2016282 MAY/JUNE 2016
PURE MATHEMATICS
UNIT 2 – Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes
6. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
7. If you need to rewrite any answer and there is not enough space to do so
on the original page, you must use the extra lined page(s) provided at the
back of this booklet. Remember to draw a line through your original
answer.
8. If you use the extra page(s) you MUST write the question number
clearly in the box provided at the top of the extra page(s) and, where
relevant, include the question part beside the answer.
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SECTION A
Module 1
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1 1
(ii) Hence, show that an equation with roots —— and —— is given by
α–2 β–2
10x2 + 2x + 1 = 0.
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(b) Two complex numbers are given as u = 4 + 2i and v = 1 + 2 √ 2i .
[1 mark]
(ii) On the same Argand plane, sketch the circle with equation z – u = 3.
[2 marks]
5
u
(iii) Calculate the modulus and principal argument of z = — .
v
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(c) A function f is defined by the parametric equations
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2x + y
A function w is defined as w (x, y) = ln ——— .
2. (a)
x – 10
Determine ——∂w .
∂x
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(b) Determine ∫e
2x
sin ex dx.
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(c) x2 + 2x + 3
Let f(x) = —————— for 2 < x < 5.
(x – 1) (x2 + 1)
(i) Use the trapezium rule with three equal intervals to estimate the area bounded by
f and the lines y = 0, x = 2 and x = 5.
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3 2x .
(ii) Using partial fractions, show that f(x) = —— – ——–
x–1 x2 + 1
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(iii) Hence, determine the value of ∫ 2
f(x) dx.
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SECTION B
Module 2
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n
(b) The nth partial sum of a series, Sn, is given by Sn = ∑ r(r – 1).
r=1
(i) n(n2 – 1) .
Show that Sn = ————
3
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(ii) Hence, or otherwise, evaluate ∑ r(r – 1).
10
[5 marks]
2r
n! Pr nPr
(c) (i) n
Given that Pr = show that ——— is equal to the binomial coefficient
(n – r)! (2r)!
n
Cr .
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(ii) Determine the coefficient of the term in x3 in the binomial expansion of
(3x + 2)5.
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6
4. (a) The function f is defined as f(x) = √ 4x2 + 4x + 1 for –1 < x < 1.
1
(i) Show that f(x) = (1 + 2x) –3 .
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The series expansion of (1 + x)k is given as
2 3 4
1 + kx + k (k – 1) x + k (k – 1) (k – 2) x + k (k – 1) (k – 2) (k – 3) x + ...
2! 3! 4!
(ii) Determine the series expansion of f up to and including the term in x4.
[5 marks]
(iii) Hence, approximate f(0.4) correct to 2 decimal places.
[3 marks]
(i) Show that h(x) = 0 has a root on the interval [0, 1].
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(ii)
Use the iteration xn+ 1 = 1 with initial estimate x1 = 0.7 to estimate the root
2
xn + 1
of h correct to 2 decimal places.
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(c) Use two iterations of the Newton–Raphson method with initial estimate x1 = 1 to
approximate the root of the equation g(x) = e4x – 3 – 4 in the interval [1, 2]. Give your
answer correct to 3 decimal places.
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SECTION C
Module 3
5. (a) A bus has 13 seats for passengers. Eight passengers boarded the bus before it left the
terminal.
(i) Determine the number of possible seating arrangements of the passengers who
boarded the bus at the terminal.
[2 marks]
(ii) At the first stop, no passengers will get off the bus but there are eight other persons
waiting to board the same bus. Among those waiting are three friends who must
sit together.
Determine the number of possible groups of five of the waiting passengers that
can join the bus.
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(b) Gavin and his best friend Alexander are two of the five specialist batsmen on his school’s
cricket team.
Given that the specialist batsmen must bat before the nonspecialist batsmen and that
all five specialist batsmen may bat in any order, what is the probability that Gavin and
Alexander are the opening pair for a given match?
[5 marks]
2 1 –1
0 4 3
–1 6 0
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(ii) Hence, or otherwise, find A–1, the inverse of A.
[10 marks]
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6. (a) Two fair coins and one fair die are tossed at the same time.
[3 marks]
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(iii) Calculate the probability of obtaining at least one head on the coins and an even
number on the die on a particular attempt.
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x2
— y'' – xy' + y = 0, where C1 and C2 are constants.
2
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(c) (i) Show that the general solution to the differential equation
dy
3 (x2 + x) —– = 2y (1 + 2x) is
dx
3
y = C √ (x2 + x)2, where C ∈ R
[7 marks]
dy
(ii) Hence, given that y (1) = 1, solve 3 (x2 + x) —– = 2y (1 + 2x).
dx
[3 marks]
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6. Unless otherwise stated in the question, any numerical answer that is not
exact MUST be written correct to three significant figures.
7. If you need to rewrite any answer and there is not enough space to do so
on the original page, you must use the extra lined page(s) provided at the
back of this booklet. Remember to draw a line through your original
answer.
8. If you use the extra page(s) you MUST write the question number
clearly in the box provided at the top of the extra page(s) and, where
relevant, include the question part beside the answer.
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SECTION A
Module 1
1. (a) Find the equations of the tangents to the curve y = (x – 1) that are parallel to the
line x – 2y = 1. (x + 1)
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∫x n
sin x dx = –x n cos x + n ∫x n–1
cos x dx.
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(ii) Hence, or otherwise, given that
∫x n
cos x dx = x n sin x – n ∫x n–1
sin x dx,
–π2
calculate ∫ 0
x 3 sin x dx.
[5 marks]
x 2 tan –1 e 2x + ln x 2
[4 marks]
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SECTION B
Module 2
2. (a) Find
∞
1 1
∑ sin n − sin n + 1
n =1
.
[6 marks]
(b) (i) Express the number 0.15 = 0.1515151515... as a geometric series with the first
15
term a = 100 .
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(c) (i) Show that the equation
f (x) = e x sin x – 2x
[3 marks]
(ii) Use linear interpolation to approximate the root of f in the interval 0.5 < x < 1,
correct to 1 decimal place.
[5 marks]
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SECTION C
Module 3
3. (a) A farmer has 300 acres of land on which THREE crops, x, y and z are to be cultivated. The
costs of cultivating x, y and z are, respectively, $30, $40 and $50 per acre and the farmer
has a total of $11000 to spend on cultivation.
For each acre of crop x, y and z, 10, 15 and 40 labour hours, respectively, are required.
A maximum of 6000 labour hours are available.
[3 marks]
(ii) By converting the equations into matrix form, determine how many acres per crop
the farmer may cultivate.
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[8 marks]
(b) The vibration of a spring with a mass of 4 kg attached is described by the differential
equation
d 2x
4 + 400 x = 0,
dt
where x metres is the displacement of the mass at time t seconds.
The initial displacement of the mass is 0.25 m and the initial velocity is 0 (i.e. x′ (0) = 0).
Determine an expression for the displacement, x metres, of the mass at time t seconds.
[9 marks]
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