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4/27/2018 IB Questionbank

SL End of Year Practice Paper 1


Questions [143 marks]

[4 marks]
1a. There are 20 students in a classroom. Each student plays only one sport. The table below gives their sport and gender.

One student is selected at random.

(i) Calculate the probability that the student is a male or is a tennis player.
(ii) Given that the student selected is female, calculate the probability that the student does not play football.

[3 marks]
1b. Two students are selected at random. Calculate the probability that neither student plays football.

[3 marks]
2a. The expression 6 sin x cos x can be expressed in the form a sin bx .

Find the value of a and of b .

π π [4 marks]
2b. Hence or otherwise, solve the equation 6 sin x cos x , for .
3
= ≤ x ≤
2 4 2

[2 marks]
3a. Let f (x) = 3(x + 1)
2
− 12 .

Show that f (x) = 3x 2


+ 6x − 9 .

[7 marks]
3b. For the graph of f

(i) write down the coordinates of the vertex;


(ii) write down the y-intercept;
(iii) find both x-intercepts.

[3 marks]
3c. Hence sketch the graph of f .

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3d. Let g(x) = x
2
. The graph of f may be obtained from the graph of g by the following two transformations

a stretch of scale factor t in the y-direction,


p
followed by a translation of ( ) .
q

p
Write down ( ) and the value of t .
q

[2 marks]
4a. Let .
3 π
3
f (x) = sin x + cos x tan x, < x < π
2

Show that f (x) = sin x .

4√ 5 [5 marks]
4b. Let sin x . Show that f (2x) = − .
2
=
3 9

5a. Let f (x) [4 marks]


= ln(x + 5) + ln 2 , for x > −5 .

Find f −1
(x) .

5b. Let g(x) [3 marks]


= e
x
.

Find (g ∘ f )(x) , giving your answer in the form ax + b , where a, b ∈ Z .

1 π [3 marks]
6a. Given that cos A =
3
and 0 ≤ A ≤ 2
, find cos 2A .

6b. Given that sin B


2 π [3 marks]
=
3
and 2
≤ B ≤ π , find cos B .

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7a. Part of the graph of a function f is shown in the diagram below.
IB Questionbank [2 marks]

On the same diagram sketch the graph of y = −f (x) .

7b. Let g(x) [4 marks]


= f (x + 3) .

(i) Find g(−3) .


(ii) Describe fully the transformation that maps the graph of f to the graph of g.

8a. Bag A contains three white balls and four red balls. Two balls are chosen at random without replacement. [5 marks]

(i) Copy and complete the following tree diagram.

(ii) Find the probability that two white balls are chosen.

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8b. Bag A contains three white balls and four red balls. Two balls are chosen at random without replacement. [5 marks]

Bag B contains four white balls and three red balls. When two balls are chosen at random without replacement from bag B, the
probability that they are both white is .
2

A standard die is rolled. If 1 or 2 is obtained, two balls are chosen without replacement from bag A, otherwise they are chosen from bag
B.
Find the probability that the two balls are white.

[4 marks]
8c. Bag A contains three white balls and four red balls. Two balls are chosen at random without replacement.

Bag B contains four white balls and three red balls. When two balls are chosen at random without replacement from bag B, the
probability that they are both white is . 2

A standard die is rolled. If 1 or 2 is obtained, two balls are chosen without replacement from bag A, otherwise they are chosen from bag
B.
Given that both balls are white, find the probability that they were chosen from bag A.

9a. Let log3 p [2 marks]


= 6 and log 3
q = 7 .

Find log 3
p
2
.

9b. Find log3 ( q ) .


p [2 marks]

9c. Find log3 (9p) . [3 marks]

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10a. The diagram below shows the graph of a function f , for −1
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≤ x ≤ 2 .

Write down the value of f (2).

10b. Write down the value of f −1 (−1) . [2 marks]

10c. Sketch the graph of f −1 on the grid below. [3 marks]

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11a. A running club organizes a race to select girls to represent the club in a competition.

The times taken by the group of girls to complete the race are shown in the table below.

Find the value of p and of q .

11b. A girl is chosen at random. [3 marks]

(i) Find the probability that the time she takes is less than 14 minutes.
(ii) Find the probability that the time she takes is at least 26 minutes.

[4 marks]
11c. A girl is selected for the competition if she takes less than x minutes to complete the race.

Given that 40% of the girls are not selected,


(i) find the number of girls who are not selected;
(ii) find x .

[4 marks]
11d. Girls who are not selected, but took less than 25 minutes to complete the race, are allowed another chance to be selected. The

new times taken by these girls are shown in the cumulative frequency diagram below.

(i) Write down the number of girls who were allowed another chance.
(ii) Find the percentage of the whole group who were selected.

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12a. The sums of the terms of a sequence follow the pattern
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S1 = 1 + k,  S2 = 5 + 3k,  S3 = 12 + 7k,  S4 = 22 + 15k,   … ,  where k ∈ Z.

Given that u 1 = 1 + k , find u 2,  u3 and u .


4

[4 marks]
12b. Find a general expression for un .

13. The equation x2 [8 marks]


+ (k + 2)x + 2k = 0 has two distinct real roots.
Find the possible values of k.

[2 marks]
14a. Let f (x) and g(x) = , for x ≠ 0.
5
= 3x − 2
3x

Find f −1
(x) .

[2 marks]
14b. Show that (g ∘ f −1 ) (x) .
5
=
x+2

[2 marks]
14c. Let h(x) , for x ⩾ 0. The graph of h has a horizontal asymptote at y = 0.
5
=
x+2

Find the y-intercept of the graph of h.

14d. Hence, sketch the graph of h. [3 marks]

[1 mark]
14e. For the graph of h−1 , write down the x-intercept;

[1 mark]
14f. For the graph of h−1 , write down the equation of the vertical asymptote.

[3 marks]
14g. Given that h−1 (a) = 3 , find the value of a.

15a. The first three terms of a infinite geometric sequence are m − 1,  6, m + 4, where m [2 marks]
∈ Z .

Write down an expression for the common ratio, r.

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15b. Hence, show that m satisfies the equation m2 + 3m − 40 = 0 .

15c. Find the two possible values of m. [3 marks]

15d. Find the possible values of r. [3 marks]

[3 marks]
15e. The sequence has a finite sum.

State which value of r leads to this sum and justify your answer.

[3 marks]
15f. The sequence has a finite sum.

Calculate the sum of the sequence.

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