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‘Answers written in the margins will not be marked. SECTION AQ) (35 marks) 10, Town X and town ¥ are 80km apart. Figure 2 shows the graphs for car 4 and car travelling on the same straight road between town X and town Y during the period 7:30 to 9:30 ina moming, Car 4 travels at a constant speed during the period. Car B comesto rest at 8:15 in the morning, [ Car A, 4a Distance from town X (km) 7:30 B15 Time 930 igre (@) Find the distance of car A from town X at 8:15 in the moming. (marks) (b) At what time after 7:30 in the morning do car A andcar B first meet? (2 marks) (©) The driver of car B claims that the average speed of car B is higher than that of car A during thepeiod 8:15 t0 90 inthe morning, Do you agree? Explain ourensver. marks) ay Distance of 02 A from ton 9 — $$ 45 7 30) A eee FE HEE) cee ee a Eee 30km bh) Suppose ca t += 66 = PEPE He ere Cree meet _at 8:36 Tn the momng Cp) Cc) frerege Spetd ofcay A = Tes = 4Okmh (OM) ~~ Pvonge Speed Ff Gey B =SE BEL yg Shm/h She _4o 229.3 The elim 1 disaguend_, Seed oa A SSpad fon g ‘Answers written in the margins will not be marked, 2014-DSE-MATH-CP 1-8 8 ‘Answers written in the margins will not be marked. Please stick the barcode label here. ‘Answers written in the margins will not be marked. Tio There are 33 paintings in an art gallery, The box-and-whisker diagram below shows the distribution of the prices (in thoustnd dollars) of the paintings in the art gallery. It is given that the mean of this distribution is $3 thousand dollars. 5 — rice (thousand ote) is a 3588 31 (@) Find the range and the inter-quartile range ofthe above distribution. @ marks) (©) Fourpainings of respective prices (in thousand dollars) 32, 34, 58 and 59 are now donated toa museum. Find the mean and the median of the prices of the remaining paintings in the ert gallery. (G marks) a) Range = N~18 = es dollars Seq = 54 thousand cbllars Shea 2 pri below 5S Zprices above 65 ___mediqn = 55 thousand dollars “Answers written in the margins will not be marked. “Answers writen in the margins will not be marked. 2014-DSE-MATH-CP 1-9 9 3 : Answers writen in the margins 12, Thecircle C passes through the point 4(6,11) and the centre of C is the point G(0,3) . (@) Find the equation of C. (marks) (b) Pisa moving point in the rectangular coordinate plane such that AP=GP . Denote the locus of P by (Find the equation of 7° (Describe the geometric relationship between and the line segment AG (ii) If F cuts C at Q and R, find the perimeter of the quadrilateral AQGR a) _Tadivs = a 0)24-(1-3)? ___ Gi. Eat of i kth Cy -892 =107 ea (5 marks) Cb) ety Cw) = X#(2K+36 +¥ Za2yti2 =14R=O eee BY +4y -37 =O —@. ‘Answers written in the margins witl not be marked. 2014-DSE-MATH-CP I-10 10 ‘Answers writien in the margins will not be marked. “Answers written in the margins will not be marked. 13, Ttis given that {(x) is the sum of two parts, one part varies as x and the other part is a constant, Suppose that €(2)=59. and £(7) =-121 @ Find £6) (@ marks) (6,4) and B(~6,8) are points lying on the graph of = (3) Find the area of AABC , where C is a point lying on the x-axis. (@marks) jipekwett ~12) = 49k, + Ko =@ eee 592 4t,+k2 =O _@ ee “Answers written in the margins will not be marked. “Answers written in the margins will not be marked. .2014-DSE-MATH-CP 1-12 12 ‘Answers written in the margins will not be marked. Ta) Figure 3 shows a vessel in the form of a fustum which is made inverted right circular cone of base radius 72cm and height is 60.0m . ‘The vessel is placed on @ horizontal table. S finds that the depth of water in the vessel is 28m - Figure 3 (2) Find the area of the wet curved surface of the vessel in terms of (b) John claims that the volume of water in the vess Explain your answer, 0) Radius fe the base = Bex 72= Sl em. Radin wether suehace = Sol 2=4 her (4 marks) el is greater than 0.1m? . Do you agree? (4 marks) 5 2 | ee & Toran ty eating off the lower part of an ] 96cm . The height of the vessel ‘ome water is now poured into the vessel. John ritten in the margins will not be marked. ‘Answers written in the margins will not be marked. 2014-DSE-MATH-CP 1-14 14