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Trial STPM TERENGANU 2011(Mathematics T Paper 2) Ratings: (0)|Views: 2,423|Likes: 28

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1.

Find the values of

, where

, which satisfy the equation

[4 marks]

2.

Position vectors of the points

P

and

Q

relative to the origin are

and

respectively. Findthe vector

Q

if the angle between vector

and vector

is

.

[5 marks]

3.

By using the substitution y = vx, show that the general solution for the differential equations

is

, where A is a arbitrary constant.[7 marks]

4.

(a).

If

a

and

b

are the position vectors of two points A and B respectively , and P is a

point

which divides AB in the ratio m : n. Show that P has the position vector

r

=

.[4 marks]

(b). Find a vector of the equation of the straight line passing through the point A with

position

vector

a =2i + j

and is parallel to the vector

b

= -5i -2j

. [4 marks]

U K T V

J L

5.

The

circumscribed circle of the triangle

JKL

is shown in the diagram above

.

The

tangent to thecircle at

J

meets the line

KL

extended to

T.

The angle bisector of the angle

JTK

cuts

JL

and

JK

at

U

and

V

respectively. Show that(a)

Triangles JUT and VKT are similar

(b)

JV = JU. Hence, calculate JV if

and KV = 3 unit

[10 marks]

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6.

In a certain chemical process a substance is being formed , and

t

minutes after thestart of the process there are

grams of the substance present . In the process , the rateof increase of

is proportional to

.

Given that

= 2i.

Show that

k

=

, ( assume that k is constant) and prove that the solution can beexpress in the form

[5 marks]ii.

Calculate the mass of substance when

. Hence , state the additional time takenfor the mass to increase from

to the time when

gram . [3 marks]iii.

Sketch the graph

against

for

[3 marks]

7.

Events

A

and

B

are given such that

,

, and

. Find

and

[5 marks]8.

The probability of rotten orange in a fruit stall is 0.04. If the oranges are packed in packets of 30each, find the probability that a packet chosen at random does not contain rotten orange. By usinga suitable approximation, find the probability of getting less than 3 rotten oranges, if a box of oranges containing 60 oranges are chosen at random.[7 marks]9.

(a). Observations are made on the weights of boys in a school. It is found that , on the average 1in 40 boys weigh more than 70 kg and 1 in 10 boys weigh less that 40 kg. Assuming that anormal distribution, find the mean and standard deviation of this distribution.[5 marks](b). The weights of girls in the same school has a normal distribution with mean 52 kg andstandard deviation 5 kg.(i). Find the probability that 3 randomly chosen boys will weigh less than 4 randomlychosen girls.(ii). Find the probability each of the 4 randomly chosen girls weigh more than 52 kg.[6 marks]

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10.

The continuous random variable X has probability density function

with

) =

and

) =

i.

Calculate the values of

a

and

b

and show that

[6 marks]ii.

Find the cumulative probability distribution , F(X)

[3 marks]

The random variable Y is defined by

. State the probability density function

of

y

,

. [4 marks]

11.

The table below shows the relative frequency distribution for mathematics marks of the Matriculation students in Mid Year Examination 2010

Marks 0-19 20-39 40-59 60-79 80-99Relativefrequency0.05 0.27 0.45 0.15 0.08a.

Calculate mode mark

[2 marks]b.

If 55% total of the Matriculation students are male and the mean of the male

students

is 52, estimate the mean of the female students .

[5 marks]

12. The following stem plot shows the number of the cheese cakes, produced by Nan Bakery in aparticular day.Stem Leaf 3 2 3 4 5 74 0 8 8 95 2 2 2 4 7 96 1 1 2 47 7 98 0 69 9

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