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STPM TRIAL 2014 MATHEMATICS T 2

STPM TRIAL 2014 MATHEMATICS T 2

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2014-2-PEN-JIT SIN MATHS T 954/2

Section A [45 marks] Answer

all

questions in this section. 1.

a) Evaluate

79lim

2

x x

x

. [3m] b) Given f(x) =

, 2 x,10
2,28

3

x x x

i) find

, f(x)lim

2

x

ii) determine whether f is continuous at x = 2. [5m] 2.

a) Find

dxdy

in terms of

x

if

.)(ln

2

x x y

[2m] b) By substituting

,sec

a x

find

.

22

dx xa x

[6m] 3.

Find the area of the region bounded by

.2linetheand 4)2(

2

y x y x

[5m] 4.

Water is poured into an inverted cone of depth 20 cm and radius 10 cm at a rate of 10 cm

3

s

-1

. Find the rate at which the radius of the water in the cone is increasing when the depth is 4 cm. [7m] 5.

Find the integrating factor for the differential equation

.cosx cot

3

x ydxdy

Solve the differential equation, giving that y = 0 when x =

.41

[6m] 6.

a) Given that y = tan

2

x

, express

dxdy

in terms of tan

x

. Hence, show that

.682

222

y ydx yd

[4m] b) By further differentiation of this result, show that if

x

is small enough that powers of

x

higher than

x

4

may be neglected, then

.32tan

422

x x x

Use your series to estimate

.tan

1.002

dx x

Give your answer correct to 3 significant figures [7m]

Section B

[15 marks] Answer any

one

question in this section. 7.

a) In a Chemical reaction, hydrogen peroxide is continuously converted into water and oxygen. At time

t

minutes after the reaction started, the quantity of hydrogen peroxide that has not been converted is

x

cm

3

and the rate at which

x

is decreasing is proportional to

x

, i)

Write a differential equation relating

x

and

t

. [1m] ii)

Solve the equation given that the initial amount of

x

is

x

o

, and it took 3 minutes for the hydrogen peroxide to be reduced to half the original amount. [7m] iii)

Sketch a graph to show how

x

varies with

t

. [1m] iv)

Find the time required to reduce the hydrogen peroxide to one tenth of the original amount. Give your answer correct to two decimal places. [2m] b) Use the trapezium rule with 5 ordinates to evaluate

.1

11

dxe

x

Give your answer correct to three decimal places. [4m] 8.

a) Find the equations of the asymptotes of the curve

)3)(1(
32

x x x y

[2m] b) State the coordinates of points where the curve intersects the axes. [1m] c) Find the stationary points of the curve and determine the nature of the stationary points. [7m] d) Sketch the curve. [4m] e)

Determine the values of

k

for which the equation 2

x

−

3 =

k

(

x

−

1) (

x

+ 3) has only one real root. [1m]

2014-2-PEN-JIT SIN MATHS T 954/2 MARKING SCHEME No Working/Answer Partial marks Total marks

1 (a)

79lim

2

x x

x

=

x x x x

x

79lim

22

M1

8

=

0101 7191lim

2

x x

x

M1 (without this line, NEW

1) =

1 A1 (b) i)

28lim

32

x x

x

2)42)(2(
lim

22

x x x x

x

M1 (without lim NWW

1)

)42(xlim

22

x

x

4)2(2)2(

2

M1

28lim

32

x x

x

= 12 A1 ii)

10)2(

f

2at xcontinuousnot isf
f(2)f(x)lim

2

x

M1 A1

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