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January 2005

6664 Core Mathematics C2


Mark Scheme

Question Scheme Marks


Number
1.  5 5  M1
(3  2 x) 5  (35 )   3 4  (2 x)   33 (2 x) 2    
1   2 B1, A1, A1
 243,810 x,1080 x 2
(4)

(4 marks)
2. 5  13  1  11
(a) ( , ),  (9,5) M1, A1 (2)
2 2

(b) r 2  (9  5) 2  (5  1) 2 ( 52) or r 2  (13  9) 2  (11  5)2 ( 52) (or equiv.) M1


M1 A1ft A1
Equation of circle: ( x  9) 2  ( y  5) 2  52 (or equiv.) (4)

(6 marks)
3. (a) log 3  log 5
x M1
log 5
x or x log3 = log5 A1
log 3
 1.46 A1 cao
(3)
2x  1
(a) log 2 ( )2 M1
x
2x  1
 2 2 or 4 M1
x
2x  1  4x M1
1
x  or 0.5
2 A1 (4)

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4. (a) 5(1  sin x)  3(1  sin x)
2 M1
5  5 sin x  3  3 sin x
2

0  5 sin 2 x  3 sin x  2  A1 cso


(2)
(b) 0  (5 sin x  2)(sin x  1) M1
2
sin x  , -1 (both) A1 cso
5
2 B1
sin x   x  23.6 (   23.6 or 156.4)
5
, 156.4 (180-  ) M1

sin x  1  x  270 B1 (5)


(ignore extra solutions outside the range) (7)
Question Scheme Marks
Number
5. f (2)  1  8  2  4  2a  b  1 M1 A1
(a) M1 A1
f (1)  28  1  2  a  b  28
2 a  b  1  M1 A1
solving    a  10, b  21
 a  b  31 (6)

(b) f (3)  27  18  3a  b M1
 27  18  30  21  0  ( x  3) is a factor A1 c.s.o
(2)

(8)
6. 5.832 M1
(a) ar  7.2, ar 3  5.832  r 2  ( 0.81) A1
7 .2
r  0 .9 (2)
7.2
(b) a  , 8 M1, A1 (2)
(a)

8(1  (0.9) 50 )
(c) s50 
1  0.9 M1

 79.588 (3dp )
A1 c.a.o (2)
8
(d) s   ( 80)
1  0 .9 M1
s  s50  80  (c)  0.412 A1 (2)
(8)
7. (a) r  8  0.7,  5.6(cm) M1, A1
(2)
(b) BC  8  11  2  8  11  cos 0.7
2 2 2 M1
 BC  7.098 A1
M1, A1cao
 Perimeter = (a )  (11  8)  BC ,  15.7(cm)
(4)
1 1 M1, A1
(c)   ab sin c   11 8  sin 0.7,  AWRT 28.3
2 2
1 2 1 2 M1, A1
Sector  r  ,  8  0.7
2 2
Area of R  28.345.....  22.4  5.9455  5.95(cm 2 ) A1 (5)

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Question Scheme Marks
Number
8. (a) x 2  6 x  10  3 x  20 M1
 x  3 x  10  0
2

( x  5)( x  2)  0 so x ,5 or 2 M1, A1


M1, A1
sub a value for x to obtain a value for y in y  3 x  20, y  5 or 26
(5)

(b) line – curve =, 10  3 x  x 2 M1, A1


3 2 x3
     x 
2
(10 3 x x ) dx 10 x M1 A2/1/0
2 3
2
 3 2 x3  3 8 3 125 M1
10 x  x    (20   4  )  (50   25  )
 2 3  5 2 3 2 3
1 5 1 A1
 11  45  57 (7)
3 6 6
(12)
ALT (b) x 3 M1 A2/1/0
 (x  6 x  10)dx 
 3 x 2  10 x
2
(-1 each incorrect term)
3
125
use of limits  ( 8  12  20)  (  75  50)  (51 1 3 ) M1
3 3
1 B1
Area of Trapezium  (5  26)(2  5)  (108 1 2 ) or 46 - - 62.5 (from integration)
2
343 M1 A1
Shaded area = Trapezium -   108 1 2  51 1 3  57 1 6 or or 57.16
6
(7)
Question Scheme Marks
Number
9. (a) Perimeter  2 x  2 y  x  80 B1
1
Area  A  2 xy  x 2 B1
2
80  2 x  x
y and sub in to A M1
2
1
 A  80 x  2 x 2  x 2  x 2
2
 2 A1 c.s.o (4)
i.e. A  80 x  (2  ) x 
2
dA 
(b)  80  2(2  ) x or 80  4x   x (or equiv.) M1, A1
dx 2
dA  40 80
 0  40  (2  ) x so x , or or Awrt 11.2 M1, A1 (4)
dx 2  4 
2
2
2
d A
(c)  4  
dx 2 M1
 0  A is Max A1 (2)

(d) Max Area  80(b)  (2  )(b) 2 M1
2
2
= 448(m ) (448 only for A1) A1 cao (2)

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