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Suggested Solution:

Section A(1)

1.

3n − 5m

=4

2

n=

2.

3.

4.

8 + 5m

3

(3 marks)

x3

x2

x 23

=

=

( x −7 y )3 x −21 y 3 y 3

(3 marks)

(a) a 2b + ab 2 = ab(a + b)

(b) a 2b + ab 2 + 7a + 7b = ab(a + b) + 7(a + b) = (ab + 7)(a + b)

(3 marks)

(a) 406

(b) 405.50

(c) 410

(3 marks)

28

7

=

200 50

5.

Prob. =

6.

**Let x , y be the number of stamps owned by John and Mary respectively.
**

⎧ x + y = 300

⎨

⎩ y + 20 = 4 x

y = 300 − x

(3 marks)

300 − x + 20 = 4 x

5 x = 320 , x = 64

7.

8.

(4 marks)

(a) 172 × (1 − 75%) = 43

(b)

43

× 100% = 20%

172 + 43

(a)

213 − 123 = 90 , ∴ΔOPQ is a right-angled triangle.

(4 marks)

(b) k = 252 − 242 = 7

**∴ The perimeter of ΔOPQ = 7 + 25 + 24 = 56
**

9.

(a)

A ' = (−1, 4) , B ' = (−5, 2)

(b) Slope of AB =

2+2 2

=

5 +1 3

Slope of A ' B ' =

4−2 2 1

= =

−1 + 5 4 2

(5 marks)

R. hence the distribution of the typing speed after the training is not more dispersed than that before the training (ii) Median of trained students = 40 > Median of untrained students. for (a) = 14 and I. PRQS = 13.R. so not less than half of (b) (i) these students show improvement in their typing speed after the training. ∴θ = x (corr. ∠ of Δ ) ∴∠ACB = θ + x − θ = x ∴∠ADE = ∠ACB ∴ΔABC ≅ ΔAED (SAS) (b) (i) (3 marks) From (a) ∠ABC = ∠DEA ∵ AD // BC . ∠ .Hence AB is not parallel to A ' B ' . 23) (b) (i) (2 marks) Put y = 5 to y = −2( x − 11) + 23 5 = −2( x 2 − 22 x + 121) + 23 2 x 2 − 22 x + 112 = 0 ( x − 8)( x − 14) = 0 ∴ x = 8 or 14 ∴ PQ = 14 − 8 = 6 (ii) Area of the quad. (5 marks) 12. for (b) is 12. (a) Median = 25 + 27 = 26 2 Range = 39 − 12 = 27 I.R. AD // BC ) Also ∠DAE = ∠BAE (From (a)) ⇒ ∠DAC = ∠FAB ∴∠FAB = θ ∴ΔABF ~ ΔDEA (AAA) (ii) ΔCAB and ΔCDF . (a) (i) x = 11 (ii) R = (11. (5 marks) Section A(2) 10. (a) Let ∠BCE = ∠CAD = θ and ∠ADE = x ∠ACE = θ + x (ext. = 35 − 21 = 14 (3 marks) I. (4 marks) 11. (a) (i) (23 − 5) × 6 5 × 6 + = 69 2 2 (7 marks) 1 Capacity of the cone = π ⋅122 ⋅18 = 864π cm3 3 (ii) Note that the ratio of radius to the height of the cone = 12 2 = 18 3 2 (b) (i) 1 ⎛2 ⎞ Volume of the frustum = 864π − π ⎜ ×12 ⎟ × (18 − 6) = 608π cm3 3 ⎝3 ⎠ Let 10 + h be the depth of water (4 marks) .

545518207 2 238 2 51 Method 2: Prob. (b) (i) Probability that the chosen light bulb is acceptable = 1 − (2 marks) 20 5 = 120 6 (ii) Probability that at least one of the two chosen light bulbs is good = 20 19 100 20 4380 73 × + 2× × = = 120 119 120 119 120 ×119 238 Alternative Solution: 100 × 99 C2100 73 2 = Prob. to get at least one good light bulb from brand B = 64 63 64 56 1400 40 × + 2× × = = 120 119 120 119 15 ×119 51 Method 1: 1 73 1 40 Prob. of choosing at least one good light bulb = 1 − ∴ Method 2 should be adopted.611111111 120 120 18 (9 marks) . (5 marks) Section B 14. of choosing at least one good light bulb = × + × = 0. 100 56 11 × = = 0. (a) xA = 8 ×1050 + 50 ×1150 + 42 × 1250 + 10 × 1350 + 10 × 1450 = 1220 120 xB = 4 ×1050 + 12 ×1150 + 40 ×1250 + 36 × 1350 + 28 × 1450 = 1310 120 As xB > x A . = 1 − 120 = 1 − 120 × 119 238 C2 2 (iii) Prob. Brand B is likely to have a longer lifetime.2 2 ⎡1 ⎛ ⎤ 1 ⎛ ⎛2 ⎞ 2 2 ⎞ ⎞ π × ⎜ ×12 ⎟ ×10 + ⎢ π ⎜ (12 + h) × ⎟ (12 + h) − π ⎜12 × ⎟ ×12 ⎥ = 884π ⎝3 ⎠ 3 ⎝ 3⎠ 3⎠ ⎣3 ⎝ ⎦ 2 640π + 4 π (12 + h)3 − 256π = 884π 27 (12 + h)3 = 3375 12 + h = 15 ∴ The depth of the water is 13 cm (ii) Volume of the vessel = 640π + 608π = 1248π ≈ 3920 Volume of the water and the metal = 884π + 1000 ≈ 3780 Hence the water will not overflow.

5 ∴ Taxi fare = 30 + 6 × 2. with first term = 44.D.4 0. we have ⎧ 2x − y ≥ 0 ⎪ x + 2 y − 60 ≤ 0 ⎪ ⎨ x≥8 ⎪ ⎪⎩ y ≥ 10 (b) Constraints for this question: ⎧ x . L2 . T3 .4 = 49. = 12 T2 .8 Hence the claim of the taxi driver is incorrect. T4 .2 (ii) The taxi fare is not equal to $(6 + 12 x) because the round up method is applied to x 15.16) lies inside the shaded region.10) = 92000 .10) = 220000 (6 marks) . L3 and L4 . 16.4 = 56.4 + 49 ×12 ) + ( 2 × 49.4 T4 = 30 + 13 × 2. 3. P(40. put it to L1 . = 12 (b) The sum of taxi fare = (2 marks) (3 marks) 50 49 ( 2 × 44.D. y are non-negative integers ⎪ 2x − y ≥ 0 ⎪⎪ ⎨4 x + 8 y ≤ 240 ⇒ x + 2 y − 60 ≤ 0 ⎪ x≥8 ⎪ y ≥ 10 ⎪⎩ Let P ( x.S. we have x = 40 P (8.4 = 44.4 = 30 + 12 x − 24 = $(6 + 12 x) 0.2 (c) Let Tn be the taxi fare for the n th journey T1 = 30 + 6 × 2.4 and C. with first term = 49.4 = $44. (a) (i) (6 marks) y − 16 24 − 16 = =2 x −8 12 − 8 y − 16 = 2 x − 16 y = 2x L1 : y − 24 −1 (As L1 ⊥ L2 ) = x − 12 2 2 y − 48 = − x + 12 x + 2 y − 60 = 0 L2 : (ii) From Figure 5.4 = 61.x−2 × 2. (12. Put y = 10 to L2 .1 − 2 = 5.S. ⋅⋅⋅ is in A.2 T3 = 30 + 11× 2.2 and C. (a) (i) Taxi fare = 30 + is not a multiple of 0.2 + 48 ×12 ) 2 2 = 33442.4 T2 = 30 + 8 × 2. y ) = 4000 x + 6000 y be the profit.2 Hence T1 . ⋅⋅⋅ is in A.2 .

60 cm (b) (9 marks) ED = DC 2 − EC 2 = 21.30713539 ≈ 22.5 (iii) ∠ACB = 180 − 57 − ∠BAC = 74.48766126 ≈ 48.) 2 (iv) EC = 252 − 242 = 7 AE = 282 − 7 2 = 735 ≈ 27. ∴ the claim of the student is not true.13131284 2 DC ⋅ d = 73.598354428 ≈ 6. consider the volume of the tetrahedron: 1 1 × d × ΔABC = × 7 × ΔABE 3 3 ∴ d = 6.2907934 ≈ 337cm 2 (3 sig. 17.9377429 Let the shortest distance from E to the horizontal ground be d . the manager's claim is false.3 cm (3 sig.51233874 1 ∴ΔABC = (28)(25)(sin ∠ACB) = 337.P (12.11088342 AB 28 = sin ∠ACB sin 57 ∴ AB = 32. 2 (2 marks) .16) = 128000 Thus. 24) = 192000 P (8.59519279 2 As ΔDEC ≠ DC ⋅ d . fig. by Heron's Formula. s = AB + BE + EA = 41.) 25 28 = sin ∠BAC sin 57 ∴∠BAC = 48. fig.17385288 Consider ΔABE . (a) (i) (ii) (5 marks) DC 2 = 62 + 252 − 2 × 6 × 25 × cos 57 ∴ DC = 22.1803751 ΔDEC = But 7 × ED = 74.64236815 2 ∴ΔABE = s ( s − AB)( s − BE )( s − EA) = 317.

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