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Question 1. a) b) c) Calculate, correct to 2 decimal places, Factorise fully, a2 - b2 + 3a + 3b If g(x) = x2 + 1 i) Evaluate g (-3) ii) For what values of x is g (x) = 2 ? Graph on the number line the solution set of: | 3 2x| < 11 After a discount of 40% is allowed, the cost of insuring a car is $312. Find the cost of insuring this car when no discount is allowed?

31.18 40.7 8 .5

Marks 1 2

d) e)

3 2

f)

Express

Question 2. (Start a new page) a) b) Find the values of x for which 5x2 2x 3 = 0 Find the value of 20 tv correct to 3 significant figures when t = 5.3 x 10-3 and v = 7.8 x 10-2 i) Factorise x3 + 1

lim x 1

1 2

c)

x +1 x +1

3

d) e)

Solve

2 3

find the EXACT values of tan A and cos A. f) Find the values of tan x when tan2 x + sec2 x = 7. 2

Question 3 a)

The course for a trail bike competition is shown in the diagram below: north north B 1300 NOT TO SCALE 10 km 550 West 3 km S A C East

From the start S, Sharon rode 3 km due east to A. At A, she proceeded to a bearing of 055 0 for 10 km to B. At B she changed course to a bearing of 130 0 and continued in this direction until she reached the finish at C. (C is due east of start S and A.) i) ii) iii) iv) Copy this diagram onto your answer sheet. Show that ACB = 400 Use the SINE RULE to find the distance from B to C. Give your answer to the nearest km. It took Sharon 24 minutes to travel from the start to the finish. What was her average speed in km/hour. 5

b)

9m

L 10 m NOT TO SCALE

12 m

M KLM is a triangle with KL = 9m, LM = 10m and MK = 12m as shown in the above figure. i) Use the cosine rule to find the size of angle MKL to the nearest degree. Calculate the area of triangle KLM to the nearest square metre. 5

ii)

c)

C 2

Use the Cosine rule to find the length of AB to the nearest metre.

Question 4 (Start a new page) In the diagram below, the lines 4y = 7x + 21 and 4y = 31 3x intersect at the point B. Point A has coordinated (-3,0) and point C has coordinates (5,4) y 4y=7x + 21 B NOT TO SCALE C(5,4)

x A(-3,0) 4y = 31 3x 1 1 3 3 2 2

a) Calculate the gradient of line AC b) Show that the line AC has equation 2y = x + 3 c) Show that B has coordinates (1,7) d) Show that the perpendicular distance from B to the line AC is 2 5 units. e) Find the exact length of the interval AC. Express answer as a simplified surd. f) Find the area of ABC

0

D In the diagram AE || BD, AC || ED, AED = 1300 and ABC = 900 i) Copy diagram onto your answer sheet. ii) Find the size of BAC, giving reasons. b) In the diagram below, QT and RS are perpendicular to the line PT. M is the midpoint of the interval QR. P S NOT TO SCALE

i) ii) iii)

T Copy diagram onto your answer sheet. Prove, giving reasons, that triangles QMT and RMS are congruent. If PT = 21 cm and SP = 12 cm, what is the length of TM? 5 Give reasons for your answer.

c) In the diagram below it is known that AB = x cm, and BC = 8 cm, EB = 3 cm and DC = 7 cm A x cm B E 3 cm 8 cm C D 7 cm i) Copy diagram onto your worksheet. ii) Prove triangles ABE and ACD are similar. iii) Find the value of x. NOT TO SCALE

Question 6 (Start a new page) a) Differentiate the following i) y = 4x3 7x2 + 3 ii) iii) iv) v)

1 1 1 2 2

5 x2 y = 2x 7 5x y= 1 x

y= y = 7 x(2 x 2 + 1) 4

b) Find the equation of the normal to the curve y = x2 + 4x + 3 at the point where x = 3. c) Given f(t) = 3t4 2t3 + 5t 4, find f ( 2)

3 2

Question 7 (Start a new page) a) Sketch the curve f(x) = 2x3 + 3x2 - 36x + 5 for -3 x 3, showing any turning points and point of inflexion. Find the maximum and minimum values for the function -3 x 3.

b) A farmer wants to make a rectangular paddock with an area of 4000 m2. However fencing costs are high and she wants the paddock to have a minimum perimeter. i) Show that the perimeter is given by the equation P = 2x +

8000 x

ii) Find the dimensions of the rectangle that will give the minimum perimeter, correct to 1 decimal place iii) Calculate the cost of fencing the paddock at $22.45 per metre. c) Find the primitive function of: i) x4 3x2 ii) iii)

1 x8

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