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January 20056663 Core Mathematics C1Mark Scheme

QuestionScheme Marksnumber 1.(a) 4(or ± 4)

B1(b)

2323

16116

and any attempt to find

23

16 M1

641(or exact equivalent, e.g. 0.015625)(or ±641) A1 (3)

3

2.(i) (a) 715

2

x

M1 A1 A1(3)(i) (b) 30

x

B1ft(1)(ii)

C x x x

123

2A1:

C x

, A1: +

23

2

x

, A1: +

1

x

M1 A1 A1 A1(4)

8

3.Attempt to use discriminant

acb

4

2

Should have no

x

’s M1(Need not be equated to zero) (Could be within the quadratic formula)144 –4

k

k

= 0 or 04144

k k

A1Attempt to solve for

k

(Could be an inequality) M1

k

= 6 A1(4)

4

4.12)2(2

2

x x

or122)2(

2

y y

(Eqn. in

x

or

y

only)M1082

2

x x

or082

2

y y

(Correct 3 term version) A1(Allow, e.g. 82

2

x x

)0)2)(4(

x x

x

= …or0)2)(4(

y y

y

= … M1

x

= 4,

x

= –2or

y

= 4,

y

= –2 A1

y

= –2,

y

= 4or

x

= –2,

x

= 4(M: attempt one, A: both) M1 A1ft(6)

6

© Science Exam Papers

QuestionScheme Marksnumber 5.(a)–3, –1, 1B1: One correct B1 B1(2)(b)2(ft only if terms in (a) are in arithmetic progression) B1ft(1)(c)Sum =

)2)(1()3(2
21

nn

or

)52()3(
21

nn

M1 A1ft=

)4(82
21

nnnn

(Notjust

nn

4

2

)(*) A1(3)

6

6.(a) Reflection in

x

-axis, cutting

x

-axis twice. B1

(3, 2)

2 and 4 labelled (or (2, 0) and (4, 0) seen) B1

2 4

Image of

P

(3, 2) B1(3)(b)Stretch parallel to

x

-axis M11 and 2 labelled (or (1, 0) and (2, 0) seen) A1

1 2

Image of

P

(1½, –2) A1(3)

(1½, –2)

6

7.(a)

151555

1

x x x x x x x

M1

2

5,8dd

x x y

M1 A1, A1When

x

= 1, 3dd

y

(*) A1 cso(5)(b)At

P

,

y

= 8 B1Equation of tangent: )1(38

x y

(53

x y

)(or equiv.) M1 A1ft(3)(c)Where

y

= 0,35

x

(=

k

)(or exact equiv.) M1 A1(2)

10

© Science Exam Papers

QuestionScheme Marksnumber 8.(a)

p

= 15,

q

= –3 B1 B1(2)(b)Grad. of line

ADC

:

m

=75

, Grad. of perp. line =

571

m

B1, M1Equation of

l

: )8(572

x y

M1 A1ft04657

y x

(Allow rearrangements, e.g.4675

x y

) A1(5)(c)Substitute

y

= 7 into equation of

l

and find

x

= … M1781or 7411 (or exact equiv.) A1(2)

9

9.(a)Evaluate gradient at

x

= 1 to get 4, Grad. of normal =

411

m

B1, M1Equation of normal: )1(414

x y

(174

x y

) M1 A1(4)(b)169)13(

22

x x x

(May be seen elsewhere) B1Integrate: )(2639

23

C x x x

M1 A1ftSubstitute (1, 4) to find

c

= …,

c

= 3 )333(

23

x x x y

M1, A1cso(5)(c)Gradient of given line is –2 B1Gradient of (tangent to)

C

is

0 (allow >0), so can never equal –2. B1 (2)

11

© Science Exam Papers

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