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1 The line 2 y = 3x − 1 intersects the curve y = + 1 at the points A and B. Find the

x

midpoint of AB. [6]

m 8

2 Given that the coefficient of x 4 in the expansion of ( x 3 − ) is –13608,

x

(i) find the value of the constant m, [4]

2 m

(ii) hence find the term independent of x in the expansion of (1 + 4

)( x 3 − ) 8 . [3]

x x

4 The figure shows part of the curve x = y 2 + 4 y + 3 and the line y = x − 3 . The curve

and the line intersect at points A and C where A lies on the x-axis and B and C lie on the

y-axis. Find

A

x

O

B

4

5 The diagram shows a solid cone with base radius 24 cm and height 80 cm. A cone of radius

r cm and height h cm is to be removed.

r 80 cm

24 cm

(ii) Hence show that the volume, V cm3, of the cone to be removed is given by

80π 2 10π 3

V= r − r . [2]

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(iii) Calculate the value of r for which V has a stationary value. Hence, find the

stationary value of V and determine whether it is a maximum or

minimum value. [4]

[2]

(i) Find the amplitude and the period of f.

(ii) State the maximum value and minimum value of f (x). [2]

2x

(iv) The equation 2 + 4 cos 2 x = 2 + can be solved by inserting a straight line on the

π

graph in (iii).

State the equation of this line and insert this line on the graph. [2]

5

The table below shows the experimental values of two variables x and y.

An error has been made in recording one of the values of y.

y 0.65 0.46 0.40 0.29 0.25

a

It is known that x and y are related by an equation of the form y = , where a and b are

x+b

1

constants. By plotting against x, draw a straight line graph for the given data. [3]

y

Use your graph to estimate

(ii) the correct value of y for which an error has been made, [1]

5

(iii) the value of x when y = . [1]

6

dy

(i) Find an expression for . [2]

dx

2

(ii) Hence find ∫

1

3 ln 2 x dx . [4]

(iii) Find the range of values of x for which the function y = xln2x is increasing. [2]

Leave your answer in terms of e.

(iv) Find the rate of change of x given that y increases at the rate of 4 units/second when

1

x is e units. [2]

2

9 A particle P starts at a point 3m away from O and travels in a straight line so that its

velocity v ms-1 is given by v = 9t – 3t² where t is the time in seconds measured

from the start of the motion. Calculate

6

10 (a) Evaluate

4 3

(i) ∫ 3 2x − 5

dx , [2]

1 9

(ii) ∫ 0 2 3x + 1

dx , [2]

π

(iii) ∫ 2

0

4 sin 2 2 x dx . [3]

k

(b) The gradient of a curve at the point (x, y) on the curve is given by 3 − , where

x2

k is a constant. If the tangent to the curve at the point (2, 8) cuts the y-axis at 4,

find

π

2 sin 2 x − sin 4 x 2 sin 2 x − sin 4 x

11 (a) Show that

2 sin 2 x + sin 4 x

= tan 2 x . Hence evaluate ∫ 4

0 2 sin 2 x + sin 4 x

dx

(b) By expressing 5 cos x − 2 sin x in the form R cos( x + α ) where R > 0 and

π

0 <α < ,

2

(i) obtain the minimum value of 5 cos x − 2 sin x + 12 , [5]

and 5. [3]

7

1 1

1. Midpt of AB = ( , ) 9. (i) 3m/s2

2 4

(ii) f(x) = (x + 2)(2x - 1) ( x -3) 10. (a) (i) 1.65 (ii) 3 (iii) π

1 4

(iii) x = −0.5, 2, (b) (i) k=4 (ii) y = 3x +

3 x

π

4. (i) A(3,0), B(0,−1), C (0,−3) 11. (a) 1−

4

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5. (i) h = 80 − r

3

x

(iv) y =1+

π

(iii) x = 0.73

8. (i) 1 + ln 2x

(ii) 3.24

1

(iii) x>

2e

(iv) 2 units/s

π

1−

4

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