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2 1 Without using a calculator, solve the inequality

17 − 9 x ≤ −2 x2 − 4

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Hence, find the solution of

17 + 9 x ≤ −2 x2 − 4

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(i)

Expand 4 − x in ascending powers of x up to and including the term in x 2 . Find the range of values of x for which the expansion is valid. Let x =
a in the above expansion of 7

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(ii)

4 − x , where a is an integer such that 1 ≤ a ≤ 7 .
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Choose a suitable value of a and show that

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The lines l1 and l2 have equations l1 : r = (i + 3 j + 2k ) + λ (i − j + 7k ) , y −3 z −2 , l2 : x 1, = = 3 −4 where λ is a real parameter. The point P lies on the line l1 with position vector ai + j + 16k . The point Q lies on the line l2 such that PQ is perpendicular to the line l2 . (i) Prove that a = 3. (ii) Find the position vector of the point Q. (iii) Find, in degrees, the acute angle between the lines l1 and l2 . [1] [3] [2]

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= f '( x) Consider the function

( x − 6 )( x − 1)

1

+ 1 , x ∈ , x > 1.
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(i) (ii)

Sketch the graph of y = f ' ( x ) showing all asymptotes and intercepts clearly. State the x-coordinate of any stationary points of f ( x ) .

(iii) Deduce the range of values of x for which f '' ( x ) < 0 .

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(i) (ii)

Differentiate 2 x with respect to x. Show that

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d dx

1 ln e x +3

= − 2 x

1

(

x +3

)

2

.
4

[2]
1 x +3

Hence, use integration by parts to evaluate form.

∫0

(

)

2

dx . Give your answer in exact

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x ∈ . [1] 2 (ii) Given that Vx and Vy are the volumes of the solids formed when the region R is revolved about the x-axis and y-axis respectively. where k is a constant.x ) Indicate the asymptotes and the axial intercepts if any. State the least value of k for which gf is a function. x = 2 x x 1 and x = b . x ≤ 2 x ∈ . find the value of b such that Vx = Vy . The diagram below shows the graph of y = f ( x ) . g : x → ln x . [3] [3] [2] 8 (i) Sketch = y 1 1 1 . y = 0 . y [1] [2] 7 x =1 O y = −2 x y = f ( x) Sketch. x > 0 (i) (ii) Find the inverse function of f and state its domain. Explain why the composite function gf does not exist. on separate diagrams. [7] . define gf in a similar form and state its range. (iv) With this new domain for f. x > 0 and shade the region R which is enclosed by y = . the following graphs (i) y 2 = −f ( x ) 1 (ii) y = f ( x) (iii) y = f(.3 6 Functions f and g are defined by f : x → 4x − x2 . where b > . [3] [1] (iii) The domain of f is now restricted to k < x ≤ 2 .

u 2 . Hence. the first four terms of the series expansion for is cos x −1 5 1 + x + x 2 + x3 . find the exact range of values for z + 2 . 6 [2] 12 A curve has parametric equations x = 1 + 2sin θ . [4] [4] [2] Hence. 2 dx dx By further differentiation of this result. 3 ( 2n + 3 ) (iii) Deduce the sum of 1 1 1 1 + + + . show that. + r Another sequence v1 . v 2 and v3 .. as well as the y-axis. u3  is defined by ur = 1 . make a conjecture for a formula for vn in terms of n. 10 In an Argand diagram.1 units [4] per second. find the area of the triangle bounded by the tangent and normal at P. −1 [4] [4] [3] Given that y = esin x . v3  is defined by vn = 1 n ∑ ur .. 1 + 2 + 3 + . [4] e sin x Given that x is small. 2 r =1 ( ) (i) Find the terms v1 . the point P represents the complex number z such that [2] [1] [5] z − 2 + 4i ≤ 4 and − (i) (ii) 11 π 4 ≤ arg( z + 2i ) < 0 . 6 Hence. + . y= 4 + 3 cos θ . where n is a positive integer.. 3 3 ( 5) 5 ( 7 ) 101(103) . where r is a positive integer. (ii) Hence. find the Maclaurin’s series for y in ascending powers of x up to and including the term in x3 . v 2 . (iii) Prove your conjecture using mathematical induction.. show that (1 − x 2 ) d2 y dy −x = y.4 9 The sequence u1 . Sketch the locus of P. [6] Determine the rate of change of xy at θ = π (b) π 6 if x increases at a constant rate of 0. show that ∑ ( 2r + 1)( 2r + 3) 1 = n . (a) Find the equations of the tangent and normal at the point P where θ = . 1 13 (i) (ii) Express ( 2 x + 1)( 2 x + 3) n r =1 in partial fractions.