# UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS International General Certificate of Secondary Education

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MATHEMATICS Paper 3 (Core)

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May/June 2010 2 hours

Candidates answer on the Question Paper. Additional Materials: Electronic calculator Mathematical tables (optional) Geometrical instruments Tracing paper (optional)

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your Centre number, candidate number and name on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen. You may use a pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do not use staples, paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid. DO NOT WRITE IN ANY BARCODES. Answer all questions. If working is needed for any question it must be shown below that question. Electronic calculators should be used. If the degree of accuracy is not specified in the question, and if the answer is not exact, give the answer to three significant figures. Give answers in degrees to one decimal place. For π , use either your calculator value or 3.142. At the end of the examination, fasten all your work securely together. The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question. The total of the marks for this paper is 104.

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Answer(a)(ii) (b) Write down all the square numbers between 20 and 50. Write down all the other factors of 36.
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Answer(c) p = q= [2]
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(a) (i) 1. Write down two more common factors of 36 and 90.
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Answer(b) (c) p and q are prime numbers. p3 × q = 56 Find p and q.
Answer(a)(i) (ii) 1 and 2 are common factors of 36 and 90.

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Answer(d) $
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Answer(b) $ (c) His rent is $24 per week. (a) Calculate what percentage of his $150 he pays in tax. What fraction of the $132 is this? Give your answer as a fraction in its simplest form. Calculate his expenses. savings and family in the ratio Expenses : Savings : Family = 15 : 7 : 11.3
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Francis earns $150 per week.
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Answer(c) (d) His earnings of $150 per week increase by 8%.
Answer(a) (b) He divides the $132 between expenses. He has $132 left after he pays his tax. Calculate his new earnings.

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Mrs Sesay leaves home by car at 13 30.
km/h
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Answer(b)(i)
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(ii) Calculate the time. Give your answer in kilometres per hour. in minutes. (i) Write down the time when she leaves the shopping centre.
Answer(a) (b) She leaves the shopping centre half an hour later. (i) Calculate how long his journey takes. 8 kilometres from home.
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(c) Her son. Give your answer in hours and minutes.
h
min
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(iii) How many minutes after his mother does Braima arrive at Villeneuve?
Answer(c)(iii)
min
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Answer(c)(i) (ii) Show his journey on the grid. that she takes to travel from the shopping centre to Villeneuve.
Answer(b)(ii)
min
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(iii) On the grid opposite. complete the travel graph showing her journey. After 15 minutes she stops at a shopping centre. She travels a further 12 kilometres at the speed of 36 km/h to Villeneuve. He cycles at a speed of 15 km/h. Braima. also leaves home at 13 30 and cycles the 20 kilometres to Villeneuve. (a) Calculate the average speed for her journey.

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Villeneuve
20 18 16 14
Distance from home (km)
12 10
Shopping centre
8 6 4 2
Home
0 13 30
13 45
14 00
14 15 Time
14 30
14 45
15 00
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She draws a bar chart to show this information.6
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9 8 7 6 Frequency 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Number of goals per game
Karen keeps a record of how many goals United score in each of 40 games. (a) Use the information in the bar chart to complete the frequency table below. Number of goals per game Frequency Frequency × Number of goals 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 0 7 2 14 8 1 8 [2] (b) (i) How many goals did United score in the 40 games?
Answer(b)(i) (ii) Calculate the mean number of goals scored per game.
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Answer(b)(ii)
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Answer(d)(i) (ii) did not draw. Label the sectors.
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Won
[2] (d) If one game from the 40 is chosen at random. (i) How many games ended in a draw? Answer(c)(i) (ii) Complete the pie chart accurately to represent these results. use the information in part (c) to find the probability that United (i) won. Answer(d)(ii) [1] [1]
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Answer(b)(iii) (iv) Write down the mode.7
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(iii) Find the median. The other games ended in a draw.
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Answer(b)(iv) (c) United won 23 games and lost 12 games.

AB = (x + 2) cm. BC = x cm and angle ABC = 140°. Write down an equation in x and solve it.
Answer(a)(i) h = (ii) calculate the area of the parallelogram. (i) use trigonometry to calculate the height. (a) When x = 10.
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Answer(a)(ii) (b) For a different value of x. the perimeter of the parallelogram is 38 cm.
cm2
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Answer(b) x =
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h cm 140° A (x + 2) cm B
x cm
In the parallelogram ABCD.

DE is parallel to CG. AC is a diameter. Find the number of sides of the polygon. ABD is a straight line and angle ABC = 135°. C. B. Answer(b) x = y= z= [5]
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. (i) Find the size of angle CBD.
Answer(a)(i) Angle CBD = (ii) A regular polygon has interior angles of 135°. FCG is a tangent to the circle at C.
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Answer(a)(ii) (iii) Write down the name of the polygon in part (a)(ii). y and z. and D lie on a circle. Find the values of x.9
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(a)
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D
In the diagram. Answer(a)(iii) (b)
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B x°
A D z°
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E y° 64°
F C
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Give your answer in metres. AF = 80 m and EF = 100 m. A pond.10
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An area of land ABCDEF is in the shape of a hexagon. (a) On the land. find the point F. construct the bisector of angle BCD. Calculate the area of this field. by construction. 1 centimetre represents 20 metres. This field is the region nearer to D than to C and less than 120 m from D. Parts (a). (d) The bisectors from part (b) and part (c) meet at L. m [1] cm [1]
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Answer(e) (f) There is also a field for cows inside the hexagon. construct the perpendicular bisector of CD. P. find and label this region R. (b) On the scale drawing. is inside the hexagon. By constructing a suitable locus on the scale drawing. Answer(d)(i) (ii) Find the distance between L and M on the land. Part of a scale drawing of the land is shown on the opposite page. (i) Measure and write down the length of LM in centimetres. (c) and (f) must be completed using a ruler and compasses only. Draw the lines AF and EF. (c) On the scale drawing. (b). Label the point M where the bisector crosses CD. Answer(d)(ii) (e) Triangle CML is a field for sheep. On the plan. All construction arcs must be clearly shown. On the scale drawing.
m2
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(a) Complete the table for the function y =
18 x
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y 20 16 12 8 4 x
–20
–16
–12
–8
–4
0 –4 –8 –12 –16 –20
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[4] (c) Write down the order of rotational symmetry of the graph. draw the graph of y =
18 x
for −18 Y x Y −1 and 1 Y x Y 18.
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−18
−9
−6
−3 −6
−2 −9
−1 −18
1 18
2 9
3 6
6
9
18
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(e) On the grid.
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(a) Simplify the following expressions.
Answer(d)(ii)
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. (i) 3 ( 4 + 7g )
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Answer(b)(i) (ii) 5m ( 5m2 – t2 )
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Answer(b)(ii)
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. (i) 5k + 3p – 2 + p – 2k – 5
Answer(a)(i) (ii) 5y2 – 4x + 5x – 7y2
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Answer(a)(ii) (b) Expand the following expressions.
) and
(
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(d) (i) On the grid. draw the reflection of y = x in the y-axis. draw the graph of y = x. (ii) Write down the co-ordinates of the points of intersection of y = x and y =
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18 x
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is formed by adding rods to triangle ABC. ABC.
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C
NOT TO SCALE
A
B
D
(i) Complete the following statement. AB = 8 cm and BC = 5 cm. Rods AB and BD are the same length.
cm
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Answer(a)(ii) Angle CAB = (b) Another right-angled triangle.
Answer(a)(i) AC = (ii) angle CAB.
C NOT TO SCALE
5 cm A B
8 cm
(a) Calculate (i) the length of the rod AC. Answer(b)(ii)
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10 Three bolts at A. Angle ABC = 90°. with more bolts at D and E. AC is extended to E and AB is extended to D. BC and CA to form the right-angled triangle. [1]
(ii) Describe clearly the single transformation which maps triangle ABC onto triangle ADE. B and C join the rods AB. ADE. Triangle ADE is to triangle ABC.

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Answer(d)(i) (ii) Diagram n?
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Answer(d)(ii) (e) The number of bolts in Diagram n is 47. Complete the table below.15
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Diagram 1
Diagram 2
Diagram 3
Diagram 4
(c) The pattern of diagrams shown above is continued by adding more rods and bolts. Find the value of n. Diagram Number of bolts 1 3 2 5 3 7 [2] (d) How many bolts are required for (i) Diagram 10.
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