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Paper 1

1 (a) k + 1, k + 5, 2k + 6, … → A.P.

**4 The arithmetic progression 5, 9, 13, … has a
**

common difference of 4.

d = T2 – T1 = k + 5 – (k + 1) = 4

d = T3 – T2 = 2k + 6 – (k + 5) = k + 1

Since common difference is always the

same, k + 1 = 4 ⇒ k = 3

S3 = 57

3

[2a + (3 – 1)(4)] = 57

2

(b) When k = 3, we have 4, 8, 12, …

8

S8 = [2(4) + 7(4)] = 144

2

2 (a)

3

(2a + 8) = 57

2

3a + 12 = 57

a = 15

T4 = 24

ar 3 = 24

81r 3 = 24

24

r3 =

81

8

=

27

2

r=

3

**These three terms
**

are not the first three

terms but any three

consecutive terms with

a common difference

of 4. Therefore, a new

value of a (first term)

has to be determined.

**Hence, the three consecutive terms which sum up
**

to 57 are 15, 19 and 23.

+4

+4

**5 Volumes of water in litres:
**

410, 425, 440, …

a

1–r

= 81

2

1–

3

**Volume of water at the end of the 8th day
**

= T8

= a + 7d

= 410 + 7(15)

= 515 litres

(b) S∞ =

= 243

6 0.848484 …

= 0.84 + 0.0084 + 0.000084 + …

0.84

=

1 – 0.01

0.84

a

=

S∞ =

0.99

1–r

84

=

99

28

=

33

9

3 Since k, 3, , m are four consecutive terms

k

of a geometric progression,

3 m

=

k 9

k

3 mk

=

k 9

mk 2 = 27

27

m= 2

k

40

6. 25y. 5.7 (a) If 3. then k – 3 = 48 – k 2k = 51 k = 25. 8(3k – 27) = 13k –106 24k – 216 = 13k –106 11k = 110 k = 10 a = 50 = 125 1–r 3 1– 5 –12 1 =– 24 2 1 h = × 6 = –3 2 15 r = 41 . then k 48 = 3 k k 2 = 144 k = 12 (b) The sum of all the terms from the 4th term to the 23rd term = S23 – S3 23 3 = [2(2) + (23 – 1)(3)] – [2(2) + (3 – 1)(3)] 2 2 = 805 –15 = 790 a … 2 1 2 = 10 2 14 = 10 a = 40 (b) S∞ = 40 = 80 1 1– 2 12 (a) 100y. 48 are in an arithmetic progression. … is = 3. 13 … 1 S8 = 13k + 6 8 (2a + 7d ) = 13k + 6 2 8a + 28d = 13k + 6 8a + 28(4) = 13k + 6 8a = 13k –106 … 2 T2 – T1 = T3 – T2 9 – (t – 2) = 3t – 9 9 – t + 2 = 3t – 9 20 = 4t t=5 ∴ d = 9 – (5 – 2) =6 14 S∞ = Substituting 1 into 2 . 50y. … is a geometric progression. k. Sn = 6560 a(r n – 1) = 6560 r –1 n 2(3 – 1) = 6560 3–1 3n – 1 = 6560 3n = 6561 3n = 38 ∴n=8 T8 = 3k +1 a + 7d = 3k + 1 a + 7(4) = 3k + 1 a = 3k – 27 T3 + T4 = 15 10 + T4 = 15 T4 = 5 ar 3 = 5 a 9 (a) The common ratio of the geometric 6 progression 2.5 11 (a) (b) If 3. 8. 18. the Since T1 T2 2 progression is a geometric progression. 48 are in a geometric progression. … is 5 – 2 = 3. k. (b) T3 = 10 ar 2 = 10 (b) T2 50y 1 = = T1 100y 2 T3 25y 1 = = T2 50y 2 T2 T3 1 = = (a constant). 2 10 … 1 2 ar 3 5 : = 1 ar 2 10 1 r= 2 From 1 : 8 (a) The common difference of the arithmetic progression 2.

16 50. … → A. 46. the least value of n is 14. 17 Tn < 0 50 + (n – 1)(–4) < 0 50 – 4n + 4 < 0 –4n + 54 < 0 –4n < –54 –54 n> –4 1 n > 13 2 Hence. 42 S∞ = 30 20 = 30 1–r 20 1–r= 30 2 1–r= 3 1 r= 3 . 42.P.

h h 2 b b 2 (ii) Sum to infinity. the 5th triangle has an area of 25 cm2.Paper 2 1 (a) Hence. 64. 16. …. a S∞ = 1–r = 6400 1 1– 4 1 = 8533 cm2 3 h 4 b 4 T1 = Area of the first triangle 1 = bh 2 T2 = Area of the second triangle 1 b h 1 = bh 2 2 2 8 T3 = Area of the third triangle = 1 b h 1 = bh 2 4 4 32 1 bh 8 1 = = 4 1 bh 2 1 bh 32 1 = = 4 1 bh 8 = T2 T1 T3 T2 2 (a) The number of cubes in each storey forms a geometric progression 1. Tn = 4096 ar n – 1 = 4096 1(4)n – 1 = 4096 4n – 1 = 46 n–1=6 n=7 Hence. the T1 T2 4 areas of the triangles form a geometric 1 progression with a common ratio of . (b) S7 = T2 T3 1 = = (a constant). 4. where a = 1 and r = 4.80 Since (b) 3 (a) 1 (160)(80) = 6400 2 1 T2 = (160)(80) = 1600 8 1 T3 = (160)(80) = 400 32 (i) T1 = 1 ×2– 2 : = 25 n–1 14 = n–1 14 From 1 : 1 256 (b) 4 = … 1 8 (2a + 7d) = 2440 2 4(2h + 7k) = 2440 2h + 7k = 610 … 2 n–1 1 4 T5 = 320 a + 4d = 320 h + 4k = 320 S8 = 2440 Tn = 25 ar n – 1 = 25 6400 1(47 – 1) = 5461 4–1 14 n–1=4 n=5 43 k = 30 h + 4(30) = 320 h = 200 Tn (of Epsilon) = Tn (of Sigma) 200 + (n – 1)(30) = 160 + (n – 1)(35) 200 + 30n – 30 = 160 + 35n – 35 45 = 5n n=9 . 4 Hence. the total price of cubes used = 5461 × 80 = 436 880 sen = RM4368. the height of the model is 7 × 4 = 28 cm.

122. … → G.× 1. 44 .05n – 1 > 24 35 (n – 1) lg 1.P.05 > lg 24 Tn = a + (n – 1)d (ii) The total length of all the blocks is given by: 20 S20 = [2(130) + 19(–4)] 2 = 1840 cm Sn = n–1> lg 1. the biggest integer value of n is 33.05 n – 1 > 7. Total height = 3 m 15n = 300 n = 20 × 1. 126. 25 200.05n – 1) > 35 000 35 1.05 – 1 = RM163 246 (c) S6 = (b) 35 lg 24 Tn > a + (n – 1)d > 130 + (n – 1)(–4) > –4(n – 1) > –4n + 4 > –4n > 0 0 0 –130 –130 –134 –134 n< –4 1 n < 33 2 Therefore. 130. T6 = 24 000(1.05 24 000. Hence. … form an arithmetic progression. where a = 130 and d = –4. (b) The length of the top most block is given by: T20 = 130 + 19(–4) = 54 cm Tn > 35 000 24 000 (1.73 n > 8.73 Minimum value of n = 9 n [2a + (n – 1)d] 2 24 000(1. 26 460. the maximum total height of the blocks is 33 × 15 = 495 cm.05)6 – 1 = RM30 631 (i) The lengths of the blocks.056 – 1) 1.05 5 (a) 4 (a) Let the number of blocks be n.

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