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QUESTION 1

dy

(a) Find if y = x ( 5 − 2ln x ) . There is no need to simplify your answer.

dx

(3 marks)

1

(b) Find ∫ x +e −2 x

dx.

(3 marks)

3

(c) Find ∫ x 2e10 x +5dx.

(3 marks)

2

QUESTION 2

⎡0 2 −1⎤

Consider the matrix A = ⎢⎢1 1 −2 ⎥⎥ , where k is some real number.

⎢⎣ 3 6 k ⎥⎦

(a) Find A .

(3 marks)

(2 marks)

QUESTION 3

10

Consider the function f ( x ) = , where x > 0. The graph of y = f ( x ) is shown below:

x2

ȅ x

1 2 3 4 5

Let U 2 represent the overestimate of the area between the graph of y = f ( x ) and the x-axis

from x = 1 to x = 5, calculated using two rectangles of equal width.

(a) (i) On the graph above, draw two unshaded rectangles corresponding to U 2 .

(1 mark)

(ii) Find the value of U 2 . Show the calculations that support your answer.

(2 marks)

4

10

(b) (i) Find

∫ x2

dx.

(1 mark)

(ii) Using part (b)(i), calculate the exact value of the area between the graph of

y = f ( x ) and the x-axis from x = 1 to x = 5.

(2 marks)

(c) Calculate D2 , the difference between U 2 and the exact value of the area between the

graph of y = f ( x ) and the x-axis from x = 1 to x = 5.

(1 mark)

(d) Consider U 4 , the overestimate calculated using four rectangles of equal width for the

area between the graph of y = f ( x ) and the x-axis from x = 1 to x = 5.

(1 mark)

(ii) U 4 gives a closer approximation than U 2 to the exact value in part (b)(ii).

On the graph opposite, illustrate this statement by shading the difference between

these approximations.

(1 mark)

QUESTION 4

ȅ x

2 4 6 8

2

This graph has a non-stationary inflection point at ( 2, 0 ). It has no other inflection points and no

stationary points. It has vertical asymptotes at x = 0 and x = 4.

(2 marks)

(2 marks)

6

(c) On the axes below, sketch a graph of y = f ′ ( x ) .

ȅ x

2 4 6 8

(4 marks)

QUESTION 5

The proportion of these buttons that are defective is 0.037.

the probability that it will contain:

(1 mark)

(1 mark)

(b) The garment manufacturer will reject the batch of buttons if more than 5% of a random

sample of size n is defective (with sufficiently large n).

(i) What is the probability that this batch will be rejected if a random sample of sixty

buttons is taken?

(2 marks)

(ii) The garment manufacturer imports a second large batch of buttons. The proportion

of these buttons that are defective is 0.076.

(1) What is the probability that this batch will be rejected if a random sample of

sixty buttons is taken?

(2 marks)

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(2) Show that there is a greater than 90% probability that this batch will be

rejected if a random sample of 220 buttons is taken.

(3 marks)

QUESTION 6

⎡ 1 0 k⎤

⎡ 4 0 −2 ⎤

Consider the matrices P = ⎢ ⎥ and Q = ⎢ −2 − k 0 ⎥⎥ .

⎢

⎣ 0 3 −1⎦ ⎢⎣ 0 3 −1 ⎥⎦

evaluated, describe the specific features of the matrices that prevent its evaluation.

(a) 3P.

(1 mark)

(b) 3P + Q.

(1 mark)

(c) QP.

(1 mark)

(d) Q 2 .

(3 marks)

10

You may write on this page if you need more space to finish your answers. Make sure to label

each answer carefully (e.g. ‘Question 5(b)(i) continued’).

QUESTION 7

2x + 3

Consider the function f ( x ) = , where x ≠ ± 2.

x2 − 4

(2 marks)

Give these coordinates correct to two decimal places.

(2 marks)

y

ȅ x

1 2 3 4 5

(c) Clearly showing the information you have found in parts (a) and (b), complete the

graph above by sketching y = f ( x ) for −2 < x < 2 .

(2 marks)

12

−2 x 2 − 6 x − 8

(d) Show that f ′ ( x ) = .

(x )

2 2

−4

(3 marks)

(2 marks)

QUESTION 8

A company decided to gather information about the health of its employees. The company

arranged for a nurse to complete a study of the systolic blood pressure of a random sample

of its employees.

Blood pressure is measured in millimetres of mercury (mmHg). It is given that the systolic

blood pressure of the company’s employees has a standard deviation of V = 28 mmHg.

(a) The nurse measured the systolic blood pressure of the sample of employees and

calculated the following 95% confidence interval for their mean systolic blood pressure:

118.17 ≤ P ≤ 140.13 .

(1 mark)

(2 marks)

(b) The company wanted to reduce the width of the confidence interval, and so the nurse

took a second random sample. The mean systolic blood pressure of the second sample,

of eighty employees, was found to be 132.4 mmHg.

Calculate a 95% confidence interval based on the second sample.

(2 marks)

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(c) High blood pressure is indicated by systolic blood pressure that is higher than

140 mmHg.

On the basis of the confidence interval calculated in part (b), the company made the

claim that, on average, its employees did not suffer from high blood pressure.

Was this reasonable? Explain your answer.

(2 marks)

QUESTION 9

The graph below shows functions f ( x ) and g ( x ), which intersect when x = 0, x = 2, and

x = 3:

y

f ( x)

g ( x)

ȅ x

A 1 2 3 4

C

B D

Region A has an area of 22 units2 and Regions A and B have a combined area of 56 units2.

(a) Find:

2

(i) ∫ f ( x ) dx.

0

(1 mark)

2

(ii) ∫ f ( x ) − g ( x ) dx.

0

(1 mark)

16

3 3

It is known that ∫ f ( x ) dx = −18 and ∫ g ( x ) dx = −13.

2 2

(2 marks)

3

(c) Find ∫ f ( x ) − g ( x ) dx.

0

(2 marks)

QUESTION 10

(a) The graph of y = 3 x 2 , between x = −1 and x = 1, fits within the rectangle ABCD, as

shown in the diagram below:

y

A B

D C x

ȅ

(1 mark)

(ii) Determine the area of the shaded region between y = 3 x 2 and the x-axis, as shown

in the diagram above.

(2 marks)

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(b) The graph of y = kx 2 where k > 0, between x = − a and x = a, fits within the rectangle

ABCD, as shown in the diagram below:

y

A B

D C

a ȅ a x

(2 marks)

(ii) Determine the area of the shaded region between y = kx 2 and the x-axis, as shown

in the diagram above.

(3 marks)

(iii) What is the relationship between the area of the rectangle and the area of the

shaded region between y = kx 2 and the x-axis?

(1 mark)

QUESTION 11

in a workplace cafeteria each lunchtime is recorded.

It is found that the amount spent per employee (X)

can be modelled by a normal distribution with mean

P = $5.85 and standard deviation V = $1.33.

The distribution of X is graphed below:

Source: www.klauscherarchitects.com

dollars

(a) On the horizontal axis of the graph of the normal density curve above, write numbers

to illustrate the distribution of X.

(1 mark)

Suppose that each lunchtime sixty-five employees spend an amount of money in the cafeteria,

and that these amounts constitute a random sample of amounts spent per employee.

Let X 65 be the average of the amounts spent per employee during a randomly chosen lunchtime.

(b) (i) Write down the mean and the standard deviation of the distribution of X 65 .

(2 marks)

(2 marks)

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(iii) Determine the proportion of lunchtimes for which the average amount spent per

employee will be between $5.50 and $6.20.

(1 mark)

(c) (i) Determine the probability that, for a randomly chosen lunchtime, the average

amount spent per employee will be $5.21 or less.

(1 mark)

(ii) Using your answer to part (c)(i), explain whether or not the cafeteria manager

should consider $5.21 to be an unusually low value.

(1 mark)

The manager wants to detect possible cases of fraud and so decides on a dollar value below

which all values of X 65 will be considered unusually low.

(d) Calculate the value below which 1% of the average amounts spent per employee will

fall.

(2 marks)

QUESTION 12

is shown on the right.

A tri-sum is made up of three overlapping arms. x

Each arm contains two unknowns and one

numerical value.

To solve a tri-sum, it is necessary to find the

unknowns x, y, and z such that, for each arm, the

sum of the unknowns is equal to the numerical

value. y z 166

143

(a) To solve the tri-sum shown above, one equation that must be satisfied is x + y = 143.

(i) Write down the two other equations that must be satisfied.

(1 mark)

(2 marks)

y z c

22

The system of equations associated with this representation of all tri-sums can be

written as

⎡1 0 1 a⎤

⎢1 1 0 b ⎥⎥ .

⎢

⎢⎣ 0 1 1 c ⎥⎦

(5 marks)

QUESTION 13

The rate of extraction of the world’s crude oil can be modelled by Hubbert’s Curve.

This model, in gigabarrels per year, is

111e −0.0625t +9

R (t ) = ,

(1 + e )

−0.0625t +9 2

The graph of Hubbert’s Curve is shown below:

R

50

40

30

20

10

ȅ t

50 100 150 200

(a) (i) Using R ( t ) , write down an expression that will determine the amount of the

world’s crude oil extracted in the decade from 2000 to 2010.

(1 mark)

(1 mark)

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(b) ‘Peak oil’ is defined as the time when the maximum rate of extraction of the world’s

crude oil is reached.

Find the year in which peak oil is reached, as predicted by Hubbert’s Curve.

(2 marks)

(c) Let A ( t ) represent the total amount of the world’s crude oil extracted by time t:

1776

A(t ) = .

−0.0625t +9

1+ e

(3 marks)

(ii) State the total amount of crude oil available for extraction as predicted by A ( t ) .

(1 mark)

(iii) What percentage of this total amount was extracted in the decade from

2000 to 2010?

(1 mark)

QUESTION 14

Drosophila melanogaster (a species of fruit fly). This photograph cannot be

She wants to know whether or not this species has a reproduced here for copyright

reasons. It can be found at

preference for mating partner, based on the fly’s place of

http://tolweb.org/tree/ToLimages/

origin.

54275159_1a756047cf_o.jpg

In the study the scientist captures thirty male and thirty female

Drosophila from Alabama and thirty male and thirty female Source: http://tolweb.org

Drosophila from Grand Bahama Island.

The flies are all released together in a closed environment and carefully observed.

Of the 246 matings that are observed:

• 140 are between a male and a female from the same place of origin

• 106 are between a male and a female from different places of origin.

Using these data, a two-tailed Z-test, at the 0.05 level of significance, is applied to determine

whether or not there is sufficient evidence that Drosophila have a preference for mating partner,

based on place of origin.

The null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis are

H 0 : p = 0.5

H A : p ≠ 0.5.

(a) Interpret the null hypothesis in terms of Drosophila’s preference for mating partner.

(1 mark)

(b) Calculate the proportion of matings between Drosophila from the same place of origin,

as observed in this closed environment.

(1 mark)

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(c) The Z-test produces a P-value of 0.0302 (correct to three significant figures).

(2 marks)

(ii) State whether or not the null hypothesis should be rejected. Give a reason for your

answer.

(2 marks)

(d) On the basis of parts (b) and (c), what can you determine about Drosophila’s preference

for mating partner in this closed environment?

(2 marks)

QUESTION 15

On each day, in each town in the area, some vans will be hired out for

local moves and some vans will be hired out for moves between towns.

The company assumes that, on each day:

• in Town A, half of the vans will be hired out locally and

half will be hired out for moves to Town B

• in Town B, one-third of the vans will be hired out locally,

one-third will be hired out for moves to Town A, and B

one-third will be hired out for moves to Town C

• in Town C, half of the vans will be hired out locally and half will be

hired out for moves to Town B.

The company also assumes that all vans will be hired each day, and that all

vans will be returned in time for the start of the next day.

The company plans to start on Day 0 with ten vans in Town A, C

thirty vans in Town B, and twenty vans in Town C.

(a) Using the company’s assumptions, write down the calculation that determines the

number of vans that the company will have in Town B at the start of Day 1.

(1 mark)

⎡1 1

0⎤

⎢2 3 ⎥ ⎡ 10 ⎤

⎢ 1 ⎥

Let L = ⎢ 1 1

and X = ⎢⎢ 30 ⎥⎥ .

2 3 2 ⎥

⎢ 1 1 ⎥ ⎢⎣ 20 ⎥⎦

⎢⎣0 3 2 ⎥

⎦

(1 mark)

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(ii) Interpret the values obtained from your calculation in part (b)(i).

(2 marks)

(iii) Hence calculate how many vans will be in each of the three towns on Day 2.

(2 marks)

(c) Describe what the company can expect to happen to the number of vans in the

three towns over a long period of time.

(2 marks)

The company changes its plans and decides to start on Day 0 with twenty vans in Town A,

twenty vans in Town B, and twenty vans in Town C.

(1 mark)

(ii) Comment on what the company can now expect to happen to the number of vans

in the three towns over a long period of time.

(1 mark)

(e) The company changes its assumptions about the hire of vans in Town B.

⎡1 a 0⎤

⎢2 ⎥

In relation to the new assumptions, let L = ⎢⎢

1 1⎥

b , where 0 ≤ a, b, c ≤ 1.

2 2⎥

⎢ 1 ⎥

⎢⎣ 0 c

2⎥⎦

(1 mark)

⎡ 18 ⎤

(ii) If X = ⎢⎢ 24 ⎥ , solve LX = X for a, b, and c.

⎥

⎢⎣ 18 ⎥⎦

(3 marks)

(iii) How should the company interpret the values of a, b, and c in part (e)(ii)?

(2 marks)

30

Question 16 starts on page 32.

QUESTION 16

The circle C, with centre ( 0, 0 ) and radius 1 unit, has equation x 2 + y 2 = 1, where −1 ≤ x ≤ 1,

as shown in the diagram below:

ȅ x

1 2 3

dy

(a) (i) Find .

dx

(2 marks)

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(ii) Find the equation of the tangent to the circle C at the point where x = 0.3 and

y < 0. Give your answer correct to three significant figures.

(3 marks)

(iii) On the Cartesian plane on the page opposite, draw the graph of the tangent to the

circle C at the point where x = 0.3 and y < 0.

(1 mark)

Let f ( x ) = x 2 .

(b) On the Cartesian plane on the page opposite, draw the graph of y = f ( x ) .

(1 mark)

(c) Show that the equation of the tangent to the graph of y = f ( x ) at the point where

x = k is given by y = 2kx − k 2 , where k is any real number.

(3 marks)

The tangent to the circle C at the point where x = t and y < 0, with −1 < t < 1, has equation

t 1

y= x − .

2

1− t 1− t2

(d) Hence or otherwise, find the values of t for which the tangent to the circle C is also

tangential to the graph of y = f ( x ) .

(5 marks)

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You may write on this page if you need more space to finish your answers. Make sure to label

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STAGE 2 MATHEMATICAL STUDIES

n k

A measurement scale X is transformed into a P X k

Ckn p k 1 p

where p is the probability of a success in one trial

X N

Z and the possible values of X are k 0, 1, . . . n and

T

n n n 1

. . . n k 1

standard deviation for the population distribution.

n k

kÕ k

A 95% con¿dence interval for the mean N of a The mean and standard deviation of a binomial

X

normal population with standard deviation T, based count X and a proportion of successes p are

n

on a simple random sample of size n with sample

mean x, is N X np N p

p

T T p 1 p

x 1.96 b N b x 1.96 . T X np 1 p

T p

n n n

where p is the probability of a success in one trial.

For suitably large samples, an approximate

95% con¿dence interval can be obtained by using

the sample standard deviation s in place of T. Matrices and Determinants

a b

If A then det A A ad bc and

Sample Size — Mean c d

The sample size n required to obtain a d b

1

95% con¿dence interval of width w for the A1 .

A c a

mean of a normal population with standard

deviation T is

2

¥ 2s1.96T ´µ Derivatives

n ¦¦ µµ .

¦§ w ¶ dy

f x

y f a x

dx

xn nx n1

Con¿dence Interval — Population Proportion e kx ke kx

An approximate 95% con¿dence interval for the 1

ln x log e x

population proportion p, based on a large simple x

random sample of size n with sample proportion

X

p , is Properties of Derivatives

n

p 1 p

p 1 p

d

p 1.96 b p b p 1.96 . \ f x

g x

^ f a x

g x

f x

g a x

dx

n n

d ®«® f x

®º® f a x

g x

f x

g a x

¬ » 2

dx ®® g x

®®¼ g x

The sample size n required to obtain an approximate d

f g x

f a g x

g a x

a proportion is

2

¥ 2s1.96 ´µ Quadratic Equations

n ¦¦ p 1 p

.

¦§ w µµ¶

b b 2 4ac

If ax 2 bx c 0 then x

( p is a given preliminary value for the proportion.) 2a

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