Centre

Paper Reference

Signature

3 H H c Se,YVLctv -

80/

1 3

Paper Referencefs)

-

-

-

-

1380/3H

Edexcel GCSE Mathematics (Linear) - 1380 Paper 3 (Non-Calculator)

Higber Tier

Monday 7 June 2010 -Afternoon Time: 1 hour 45 minutes

-

-

-

- ~.

-~ _C-l

-..-I

===<:1'

-Cf.i

--\0

~N -rl _0

-0.

==z

Examiller's use only

Team Leader's use only

Items included with question papers Nil

Materials required for examination Ruler graduated in centimetres and millimetres, protractor, compasses, pen, HB pencil, eraser.

Tracing paper may be used.

Instructions to Candidates

In the boxes above, write your centre number, candidate number, your surname, initials and signature. Check that you have the correct question paper.

Answer ALL the questions, Write your answers in the spaces provided in this question paper. You must NOT write on the formulae page.

Anything you write on the formulae page will gain NO credit.

If you need more space to complete your answer to any question, use additional answer sheets.

Information for Candidates

The marks for individual questions and the parts of questions are shown in round brackets: e.g. (2). There are 27 questions in this question paper. The total mark for this paper is 100.

There are 24 pages in this question paper. Any blank: pages are indicated.

Calculators must not be used.

Advice to Candidates

Show all stages in any calculations.

Work steadily through the paper. Do not spend too long on one question. If you cannot answer a question, leave it and attempt the next one. Return at the end to those you have left out.

This publication may be reproduced only in accordance with Edexcel Limited copyright policy.

ruDIO Bdexcel Limited.

Primer's Log. NOr

N36761A

W8501R 13 80/57570 6/6/613

Turn over

advancing learning, changing lives

-

-

GCSE Mathematics (Linear) 1380

Formulae: Higher Tier

You must not write on this formulae page.

Anything you write on this formulae page will gain NO credit.

Volume of a prism = area of cross section x length

Volume of sphere =ynr3 Surface area of sphere = 4nr2

Volume of cone = tnr2h

Curved surface area of cone = nrl

/)\l

.:: J

In any triangle ABC

The Quadratic Equation

The solutions ofax2 + bx + c = ° where a =1= 0, are given by

-b±J(b2 -4ac)

x = ------''--'--------'--

2a

S· R I a b . c

me ue--=--=--

sinA sinE sin C

Area of triangle = 1 ab sin C

2

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 2 2 4

SktlA. \ et?,,+ . 1
4- 3 E t- ""f
I
I
0 3 3 5 6 i- s "3 I
1) ~ I i
!
I
" I ~ 2.-
\
I
I Key: 5/1 tv\eod'v S l'>t(f''"'s 1
IQ2
'l I
(Total 3 marks) I
)
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III 3
-
Turn over
N 3 6 761 A 0 3 2 4 Answer ALL TWENTY SEVEN questions.

Write your answers in the spaces provided.

You must write down all stages in your working.

You must NOT use a calculator.

1. Simplify

6x + 9y + 2x ~ 3y

b?<- + 2?(_. -t q'cr- 3d'g-x- + 6 ~

... ~.~ ~ ~.~ .

(Total 2 marks)

2. Here are the weights, in grams, of 16 eggs. I I
I
ff ~ yY ~ 4Y 6.1:/ ~ 62 I
I
_.-58--' 56 .5-7/ 47/ -~ 62 ~ ,~
,/ 1 Draw an ordered stem and leaf diagram to show this information. You must include a key.

Leave 1 blank I I I

I

I

I

I

I

Ql I

Il

(

3.

R

I I

I I

I !

! .

I )1

!

I j

I i

j ,

!Q3 I

n

t i

i

-

I I

I I

I

!

j

I I I

I

j !

, !

.--j__)

T

\

Diagram NOT accuratebY drawn

I~O-ll0 ==to

P

PQR is a straight line. PT=PQ.

(i) Work out the value of y.

A.. '" \)

JO + T + C? -:... IDD

~.--;;:.. I~D - x.« =ro

(ii) Give reasons for your answer .

................ lJ.~;.~.~ q.~.tr.:l!.~) .

- L ~

....... k··kt:::·o·t.~ ~ .. ~ ~ 6 .. ~ .. d .. d. .. ¥ 1P . .J.8.() .

)- II o h '"2f1~ /::; (j_ hL a.d d tLp fo;

........................................................ ().~·~·f)·············· .. ········· .. ···l···· .. ·········· ·· .

I go .

. (Total 4 marks)

4

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 4 2 4

4. Nigel travelled from his home to his friend's house 40 km away.

He stayed at his friend's house for 30 minutes. Nigel then travelled home.

Here is part of the distance-time graph for Nigel's journey.

40

10

o~~ww~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

10 00 i 10 20 10 40

N I ~<J I-{{t kbM.t..-

1100 Time

1140 t 1200 N'ljvl Clt-lw

1120

(a) At what time did Nigel leave home?

l o .. 10

(b) How far was Nigel from home at 10 207

J3

............................... krn

(1)

Nigel arrived home at 11 50

(c) Complete the distance-time graph.

(Total 3 marks)

'-------------_.,. __ .

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1II1II

N ~ R 7 R 1 A n fi 2 4

(1)

(1) Q4

Turn over

Leave blank

5

-

-

r 5.

I I

r i

I

-1 Leave

I blank I

I i

t

Triangle T has been drawn on the grid.

Rotate triangle T 1800 about the point (1, 0). Label the new triangle A.

(Total 2 marks)

I

)

[

!

I

I I

I I

L ~ __'I__..

-

6

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 n ? 4

Leave
blank
6.
y
8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 X Describe fully the single transformation which maps shape P onto shape Q .

...... ~.~J.~.~~.~~~.~.~ .... ~~.~tr~ ... L.! .. .i .. ~) ... .I.. .. ? .. ~~ .. fr. .. ~.r:: ... ~ ... 4 ... ·

(Total 3 marks)

Q6

I~

£ .

1.4-

£..................................... Q7

7. Anna and Bill share £40 in the ratio 2 : 3

Work out how much each person gets.

l6h:Ll rAr1:s--:" 2..-t3~ 5 .

. , -LJ 4D-5~g

EO\.c~k....- ~rt IA \NOT IV\,! -

~ V\_ 0\... :. ).__)( 8·-=... ..f:: I ~

~tL " '3 A g -;;. f:.2Lf

Anna

Bill

(Total 3 marks) l

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N ~ ~ 7 R 1 A n 724

Turn over

7

-

Leave blank

8. Sasha carried out a survey of @_students.

She asked them how many CDS"they each have.

This table shows information about the numbers of CDs these students have.

Number of CDs 0-4 5-9 10 -14 15 ~ 19 20~24
Frequency 8 11 9 14 18 (a) Write down the class interval containing the median.

is=!«

(1)

(b) On the grid, draw a frequency polygon to show the information given in the table.

o

10

15 Number of CDs

20

25

5

(2)

(Total 3 marks)

.. _-"-,---

-----"-----

8

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 824

-

I

I

,

I

!

I

I I

~

J

I

!

r

I . ,

I I

___j_ __ ,J

Work out the volume of the triangular prism.

,

V 6l.LA... \-11\. (_::. Ar ~ 01.- 0 -f C1'O _rJ S e LA'\. D i-\.. X

_ ::, x_ 4 X 2...D

2-

'"\...--

_ , )( 2..._ D .-::_ I '2. D C. \'Y\

10. Work out 4.52 x 36 s ,1..-

2>Cp

I 6 L.l 2_

Diagram NOT accurately drawn

I

tL(') I

.............................. cm'' iQ9

(Total 2 marks)

t{'2.,=tl... I

..................................... IQI0

(Total 3 marks)

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

I\.I~R7R1 An~24

Turn over

9

-

-

r- 11. There are 300 people in tile cinema.

I ~ of tile 300 people are boys.

_3 of the 300 people are girls. -::.. 2 X 3 o f ~ cr 0 J" r L~

10 10/

The rest of the people are adults.

I Leave 'l

blank I

I

I I

!

i

! ! i I

1

i

I

i I

[

I I

I

I j

IQll

Work out how many people are adults.

A:-d u l fs ':. 2> co ~ L 50 + ~ 0) -=- 300- Itt-a

.-.:::. 1 {, 0

;

I I

~------------------------.-----------------------~~j

-

\bD

(Total 4 marks)

12.

Diagram NOT accuratelydravvn

5 e..~u~l.s·~d~., Work out the size of an exterior angle of a regular pentagon. V

• D

• -ex:': -Ie 1':;'0 r CI. ~ 1- "'-''''''J r V{Qcf..v ....J d t-Lf -1-0 ~ {, 0

, D u.r r.eV\.l--ctj 0 vv ~...-C\_ re_j LJ 1 cvv- DV'\.L 11Ae,r-e.~f t-L

S \.:u. (f t".-V\.. -t)l. ~~ p"" C\ \;'\te... -=.. 3, 6 0 ~ -5

. -=- T~

!

I

I

................. T.?:::: ....... a IQ12

(Total 2 marks) n

10

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 1 024

-

Leave
blank
13. Anil wants to find out how many DVDs people buy.
He uses this question on a questionnaire.
How many DVDs do you buy? "
D D D D I
,
1-5 5 -10 10 -15 15 - 20 I
!
Write down two different things wrong with this question.
1 Cy \ 0.ff " 01- S I l S -I 0 "
.................. e.c .......... ~ .. l.~ .............. ; ............................................................................
••••• ~ ••••••••••••••••••••••• L, ••••••••••••••••• E •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
2 ............ AJ.P. ....... h..~~ ..... ~M.:e..:. ....... P.tr.lV.~t .?~ ... tt .. ~~th ... J ... r: :.t.1 'L
.............. N.6.t ... ::t:i.:.~~.4lL~.h.V. e. .... ( .. IN:. hPut .. t?\,.~ J!:a:Y.t .... /y'.Q.n~ .. :: ... HI?, .~. ~t1~ I
20) . I
I
I
i
I
Q13 I
l
(Total 2 marks) 1
I
i
I
I
I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III

N 3 6 761 A 0 1 124

11

-

Turn over

-

14. (a) Complete the table of values for y = x2 + X - 3

?[~o

.:J -::.. 02.. -J D - ") -:... - ~

,., '" "'l..- - J

I~ I "1 - .t..... - ,J -

d -- + -...; -

:It ::;.. I

(b) On the grid below, draw the graph of y = x2 + X - 3 for values of x from -4 to 2

y

A

:.,' .$

i-+-++'++-,++-~i"·H--!-·H i'~~-H-H-H'''''++-;''_}-·L_'i+ .. ·,'!. +r,_.:. ;~!:

r-;-· !-+-;-i·-+++"'·H·l·,,,>·-·-j·,,!:-i-H--i-lr r-H:-+'H"'·'·~-+":"";-·'-'-'-~--:..; ~-H·~"·-"·':'~·;-+-",i'-·H- t",-"-',--j--i-j

'-!--:"+1 +-H--i--++-'I- T- __ .

.: ··j·+-H·++-'I--l·+!

++-H-++ "

,----------

12

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I11111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 1 224

-

(2)

(2)

j I

I

i 1 . ~

! !

---"--------J

-

(c) Use your graph to find estimates for the solutions of x2 + x - 3 = 0

Leave 1 blank:

I

1

!J=-D ~'- x..-t:--t:::t -3-:::.._o

L~ VoDr~lA~ 0 0) .

'Tn ~~t.91.'\ h./1 ~ X ~X-lS-

I~ 3

x = .

- :2-,3

x = .

(1) Q14

(TotalS marks)

15. Express 180 as a product of its prime factors.

180 /~

2... 90

I""

2. its

I"'"

.~ 's

1\

3 s

180

16. Work out

1 2

3~ x 2~

4 3

Give your answer in its simplest form.

Q16 I

n

(Total 3 marks)

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I11II1111I11I

N ~ R 7 R 1 A n 1 ~ 2 4

13

-

Turn over

-

r-----------------------------~----------~--

17. (a) Factorise

3x + 12

3 (7l + 4)

~ L' .

- .i:!. - (, L

x - ...,. :3 ..

3 (3)

'Z-.

if + q':J.-t-26

.. ··············0·············

(2)

(Total 8 marks)

(1)

Leave I· blank i

!

(d) Factorise fully 8x2 + 12xy

5 S·li. '1- -=- 2_ X '::L)I... 7L;JC_?L- Go Vv\ Wtt;> 1<'\ 'f~- 4- L

t 12- J-=- 3 X if ;< ~ ~ 1..r

311-1- + l2)f-=- 4- z. (2- L-f 3 a ) 4..":{~ .. ~~?a)' I

(2) Q17

n

14

11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111 Jill

N 3 6 7 6 1 A 0 1 424

31L ~ l.)(x- 12- ::.-}x4

3[:t+4)

(b) Solve

4(2x - 3) = 5x + 7 ~

4- X 2.")L - 4 X :, -=:. 5 'X. T 1

8x - 12 -= 5·')(++.

8"X - 5 X - I 2. =- 5 ~:L - 5 X- T 71-

'3 ':l" - I 2- -=- 't:

3:)C~ -/2... +11..... -::_ 7 + t z:

37L ~ /1

X- ~ 'Gf/3

~

(c) Expand and simplify (v + 4)(y + 5)

~ \]"2. + 5';} + 4-iJ 1- 2D

-

: .. __ . __ .... _._._._ .

-

18.

Q

Diagrams NOT accuratelydravvn

lco

................................ cm

(2)

Leave blank

/

I B

C

v

\0

................................ cm

(2) Q18

(Total 4 marks)

15 em

A 4cm

R

I Triangles ABC and PQR are mathematically similar. =- '7

Angle A = angle P. Angle B = angle Q. Angle C = angle R. AC= 4 em.

BC= 12 em, PR=6 cm.

PQ= 15 cm.

(a) Work out the length of QR.

Q R ~ I '2. X S{

-=- I 2. X3 ~ b XC>=- Us ClYL_ '2...

(b) Work out the length of AB.

k& ~ 157}_ - IS ~I.S

'2...-

_ I S")( 2-

~

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N ~ R 7 R 1 A n 1 ~ 2 4

Turn over

15

-

-

(Total 3 marks)

I Leave ~.

I '

l blank I

I i

! )

I

i

I

1

J

!

! f

I

I I

I

fl9

t I

19. Arwen buys a car for £4000

The value of the car depreciates by 10% each year.

J

I Work out the value of the car after two years.

I 0, 0, a D ~ 0

I DO 10 ,_ l 0 / o ~ I D I [J '~ -_ J :.. 0" q 0

I 10D

I A~ Itt .J..j eAr., -

Wu. \M.l~ 1 ' J ett1S-

! '

V £\ ltv o(j- lA1":. (0 e q v) ~. 4 IJf0J

=. 3).. 40

V" l..tA.L ~ (!) ~ 9 1 o. 1 .x 4lJVO D~ "1 j. o- '1 )(_ 4lr1JV

3) 40

£ .

I I

20. (a) Here are some expressions.

a3b a2(c + b) 4abc ab+c3 47ic2
V V The letters a, b, and c represent lengths.

J[ and 4 are numbers that have no dimension.

Two of the expressions could represent volumes.

Tick the boxes (./) underneath these two expressions.

(2)

The volume of this cube is 8 nr',

J o 0 Gl"vL.r

1? DO C.:)VV' =- 8)(.. \00 ~

2m

Diagram NOT accurately drawn

(b) Change 8 m3 into em",

2m

I

= ~ -c IDo )(1""",1,0 l I

.a em 1

3 i •

~ 'b":'" l 01) (2) _ _..L_~I:I.Q_20 :!.

(Total 4 marks) ~____...

I

l

16

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 1 624

-

-

r--~---------------~

21. Solve the simultaneous equations

{ 6-x._-t-4~~ Ib

\ n J 3x + 2y = 8 X. 2..- <.: ~ ~. b

l'L) l 2x + 5y = -2 J<. '3 c=.. L.»: + I ~ -=-

I

t . 3--x_ -_ - -

_ \ b~-t4ff~lb ("/1

1 6 -x_ + I 5 ~ -=- - b ll_)

4'd - I 5cr ~ \ b - - b

- \\'6 ~ 1.:1.

O-:--:L _

R ~ I", Ck _j"O.- - 1_ lYe ro ~V~ I ,

'3 'L. i- 1._ X - '1.:::: ~

~'l__ - 4 ~ ~

~';L - 4 + 4 -:;_ g +Lj 3'"J(_~/2-

)(_ =- 12/3 7_ 4

'"'L ~ 4 ~-=--2_

L '-1 Wl~r~) ,

Leave blank

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N::IR7fi1 An1724

Turn over

17

-

-

I Leave 'I I blank 1

1 i

[ !

I i

~

I

!

t

I

I

i I

i

[

22. The table gives some information about the delays, in minutes, of 80 flights.

Delay Frequency
(n minutes)
0< n ::; 20 16
20 < n ::; 30 26
30 < n ::; 40 23
40 < n ::; 50 10
50 < n ::; 60 5 (a) Write down the modal class interval.

:2.0 < V1 ~ 3D

(1)

(b) Complete the cumulative frequency table.

Delay Cumulative
(n minutes) Frequency
0< n ::; 20 \b
0< n::::;; 30 4-2
o <n s: 40 ~S
0< n::::;; 50 =1--5
0< n ::; 60 ~O 10

t b 1-2. ~

t b +'-6 t-2...~

lb ·t2-bt2..3 tlD

l b 1"' 2...£ -t2_'~ -tID +-S

(1)

(c) On the grid opposite, draw a cumulative frequency graph for your table.

(2)

(d) Use your graph to find an estimate for

(i) the median delay,

'I 11 ~diA" j \ yeW I::l '" l\~ ~ ~ ::: 4D ~ VAlw. ~.~ minutes

I (ii) the interq~le range of the delays. I

t " "b '1 -- ~~ -::_ IS' 1

I ~Q 1<- ~ U~- ~ - ~e-r ~lIArh \4." <. minutes

~ Crt -tl) ~ 1 VI ::. 'lottl. v~ Uyre-r-:. &,~ VAllU..... (3) I I

_ l\. ,.__ Q. W1 'VI. '3 J '\11\ ~. __L____/

18

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 7 6 1 A 0 1 8 2, 4

-

I

80

Cumulative frequency

60

50

30

20

10

o

10

50

60

Delay (n m nutes)

U to :: ~ 1- ~YW)

'1 (Total 7 marks)

15 M'V\

Leave I blank I

I

Q22

111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I111

N ~ R 7 R 1 A n 1 q ? 4

Turn over

19

-

-

~------------------------------------------~lL-ea-v~

! blank !

t !

[ l

I I

Diagram NOT j ;

(3,10) i I

accurately drawn I 1

I

I

J M =- ~ I

l C :C-'1--1

I

!

i

I

J ... ~ ... ~.= .. -:: .. ~........ fQ23 n

. I

(Total 3 marks) ! J

23. A straight line passes through (0, -2) and (3, 10).

Find the equation of the straight line.

y

I j -:::- M '"JL + C.- e<\, v"'- f\ b "'- "d--

I ~~~

10 P tt)Jeb +k"tO U.'j tv (_ D 7 - ~

I .~o

1 I

,

1,.)

x

- 2. "Z M)(D tv

C ~-2-

5 D ~ '"::..._ l'Y) -:l. - '2

P t\J!<5 t\.Y-Vo v~ C 7> "11o) -

p ..

'D -=- 3m + c.

lD -::._ 3m - 2- lb.t'L.- ~~1Yt-'L+'l.... , L~''Y\

.. m-=-'i

(i)

o

6 .:=_

I

I i

I

I

! j I

.......~......... j

I

24. Find the value of

(ii)

(iii)

_._------------ "- __ '

20

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 2 a 2 4

-

25.

A

x

(x +4)

Diagram NOT accurately drawn

(x+ 2)

C

B

ABC is a right-angled triangle.

All the measurements are in centimetres.

2.-

( X + 4 ) 1- ~ ?~ L- + C~ 1- '4

AB=x

BC= (x + 2) AC= (x+ 4)

(ii) Hence, write down the length of AC.

IT c -=-- ?{ -+ Lf ~ -1. -I- 4 ~ 2... (11'n rOSJi 15k)

Pte ~ + b ·+4 -:...titJ ~C-WVI )

AC= ..J.9. em

(4)

(Total 7 marks)

(3)

Leave blank

I

!

1 I

I

I j I

I I

I I

I

Q25 1

I

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 2 1 2 4

Turn over

21

-

-

~----------------------------------------~~

26. There are 3 orange sweets, 2 red sweets and 5 yellow sweets in a bag.

Sarah takes a sweet at random. She eats the sweet.

She then takes another sweet at random.

1 Leave

I blank I

I I

I I

I !

I I

1 I

!

I

,

I

1

I

i

i !

I

j

!

I

I, I

Q26 ! Ii I

f I i

-

Work out the probability that both the sweets are the same colour.

J 0 ~~je., ~ re-d

5 \/ ~LlN

P(R-EZ-) PCi"l)

I

lP(DO)

- -

1-8 _ +

=- - -

4D

1,~ _ &.3'

----- -

...... ~.() .

(Total 4 marks)

22

11111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111I1I111111111111111I111

N 3 676 1 A 0 2 224

27.

p

Diagram NOT accurately drawn

°

Leave I blank I

A

T

B

27

P, Q and T are points on the circumference of a circle, centre O. The line ATB is the tangent at T to the circle.

PQ=TQ.

Angle ATP = 58°.

Calculate the size of angle OTQ.

Give a reason for each stage in your working.

o (_ n C ~ Ae.~ Me-V\..-l~ th.e.b ~ )-

L faT -=- 5 s O\X.~ .eAflA J

• ,~ 41 rv ~ r» -=- f \ gO - 58) '_ Lo

A P Ql \ 5DLQ.ll,J I L'\ ~

~_ I 2. L -:- L ~ 6 I

-

L DI~

L A~TD

L A:-7q- rv:

( 5'& +6/) - '1 D (IOJ -10

(TotalS marks)

TOTAL FOR PAPER: 100 MARKS

END

1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 2 324

23

-

BLANK PAGE

..___----,-------" ~-

24

1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJIIJ 111111111111111111

N 3 6 761 A 0 2 4 2 4

-

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful

Master Your Semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Special offer: Get 4 months of Scribd and The New York Times for just $1.87 per week!

Master Your Semester with a Special Offer from Scribd & The New York Times