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2014 2 SGOR SMKbt8Puchong Maths QARatings: (0)|Views: 251|Likes: 0

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STPM TRIAL 2014 MATHEMATICS T 2

STPM TRIAL 2014 MATHEMATICS T 2

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2014-2-SGOR-SMKbt8Puchong_MATHS QA Mary

SECTION A : ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

1.. The function f is defined by (a) Show that

0

x

lim

f(

x

) exists. [5] (b) Determine whether f is continuous at

x

= 0. [2] 2. The parametric equations of a curve are x = e

2t

-2, y = e

t

+ t . Find the equation of the tangent to the curve at the point where t =ln2. [7] 3. Sketch on the same axes the curves y = 6

–

e

x

and y = 5e

-x

, and find the coordinates of the points of intersection. Calculate the area of the region bounded by the curves. Calculate the

volume of the solid formed when the region is rotated through 2π radians about the x

-axis. [8] 4. Show that [6] 5. By using the substitution u = y

2

, find the particular solution of the differential equation , given that y = 0 when x = 2. Express y in terms of x. [8]

6. Using Maclaurin’sTheorem, expand ln (cos x) in ascending powers of x up to the term in x

4

. Hence, find an approximation of the integral dx, giving your answer correct to 4 decimal places. [9]

f(

x

) =

01102044

x x x x x x

,,,

SECTION B : Answer ONLY ONE question

7. Find the ccordnates of the stationary point on the curve , where x > 0; give the x-cooordinate and y coordinate correct to 3 decimal places. Determine whether the stationary point is a minimum or maximum point. [6] The x-coordinate of the point of intersection of the curves

and

y = , where x > 0, is p. Show that 0.5 < p < 1. Use the Newton-Raphson method to determine the value of p correct to three decimal places and, hence, find the point of intersection.. [9] 8. A 50 litre tank is initially filled with 10 liters of brine solution containing 20 kg of salt. Starting from time t = 0, distilled water is poured into the tank at a constant rate of 4 liters per minnute. At the same time, the mixture leaves the tank at a constant rate of litres per minute , where k > 0. The time taken for overflow to occur is 20 minutes. (a) Let Q be the amount of salt in the tank at time

t

minutes. Show that the rate of change of Q is given by

. Hence

express Q in terms of

t

. [7] (b) Show that k = 4, and calculate the amount of salt in the tank at the instant overflow occurs. [6] (c) Sketch the graph of Q against t for 0 [2]

END OF QUESTION PAPER

______________________________________________________________________________

MARKING SCHEME

1.. The function f is defined by (a) Show that

0

x

lim

f(

x

) exists. [5] (b) Determine whether f is continuous at

x

= 0. [2]

Mark Scheme : [M1] = 2 [A1] x = [M1] = 2 [A1] Since , the limit exists [A1] (b) x= 0, f(0) = Since , [M1] f(x) is not continous at x=0. [A1] total =7

2. The parametric equations of a curve are x = e

2t

-2, y = e

t

+ t . Find the equation of the tangent to the curve at the point where t =ln2. [7]

Total = 7 f(

x

) =

01102044

x x x x x x

,,,

x = = 2 [m1] y = [M1] = [M1] Use t = ln 2 Get t = [A1]

When t = ln2 Subst Get x = 2 and y = 2 + ln 2 B1 Use y

–

y

1

= m (x

–

x

1

) Y

–

(2 + ln 2) =

M1

Y =

A1

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