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# MOCK 11-12 MATH

PAPER 1

QUEEN’S COLLEGE MOCK Examination, 2011 – 2012
MATHEMATICS PAPER 1 Question-Answer Book
Secondary 6 Time: Date : 7/2/2012 8:30 am – 10:45 am Section A Question No. 1,2 3 , 4, 5 6, 7 8, 9 This paper must be answered in English INSTRUCTIONS 1. 2. 3. Write your Name, Class and Class Number in the spaces provided on Page 1. This paper consists of THREE sections, A(1), A(2) and B. Each Section carries 35 marks. Attempt ALL questions in Sections A(1), A(2) and Section B. Write your answers in the spaces provided in this Question-Answer Book. Do not write in the margins. Graph paper and supplementary answer sheets will be supplied on request. Write your Name on each sheet, and fasten them with string INSIDE this book. Unless otherwise specified, all working must be clearly shown. Unless otherwise specified, numerical answers should be either exact or correct to 3 significant figures. The diagrams in this paper are not necessarily drawn to scale. Checker’s Use Only Class Class Number Checker No. Total 10 11 12 13 14 Total Marks 3+5 4+3+3 4+4 5+4 6 6 7 9 7 70

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6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −2− .FORMULAS FOR REFERENCE SPHERE Surface area Volume = = 4πr 2 4 πr 3 3 CYLINDER Area of curved surface Volume = = 2πrh πr 2 h CONE Area of curved surface Volume = = πrl 1 πr 2 h 3 PRISM PYRAMID Volume Volume = = base area × height 1 × base area × 3 height S.

Make H the subject of the formula H −a b = H c (3 marks) 2. x3 y 2 (a) Simplify −3 x y and express your answer with positive indices.Page total SECTION A(1) (35 marks) Answer ALL questions in this section and write your answers in the spaces provided. 1.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −3− Please do not write in the margin . (b) Simplify log 8 + log 4 log 16 (5 marks) S.

(3 marks) y x 6 80° S. Factorize (a) x 2 − 9 . Find x and y in the Figure . (4 marks) 4. (b) ac + bc − ad − bd .Page total 3.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −4− Please do not write in the margin 35° .

6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −5− Please do not write in the margin .Page total 5. (3 marks) S. The length of a rectangle is increased by 5% and its width is decreased by 5% . Find the percentage change in the area of the rectangle.

Find the value(s) of k if the quadratic equation 4 x 2 + kx + 1 = 0 has equal real roots. (4 marks) 7. Find x and y.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −6− Please do not write in the margin . (4 marks) y° 56° 25° x° S. AD and BC are two parallel chords of the circle.Page total 6. AC and BD intersect at E. In Figure 1.

A . Find the distance between A and B and the compass bearing of A from B . In the Figure. (b) Factorize f ( x ).Page total 8. Let f ( x) = x + 2 x − 5 x − 6. AC = 9 km and BC = 12 km.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −7− Please do not write in the margin . 9. B and C are three points on the same horizontal ground. (4 marks) A 9 km B 12 km Figfiur e2 C S. 3 2 (5 marks) (a) Show that x − 2 is a factor of f ( x ). B is due west of C and A is due north of C .

and β + 2 (6 marks) and αβ . .6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −8− Please do not write in the margin .Page total SECTION A(2) (35 marks) Answer ALL questions in this section and write your answers in the spaces provided. 10 The roots of the equation 2 x 2 − 7 x + 4 = 0 (a) Write down the values of α + β are α and β . (b) Find the equation whose roots are α + 2 S.

(2 marks) S. (a) Find the equation of the circle. (4 marks) (b) Find the area of the sector AGB. 3).6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) −9− Please do not write in the margin . and the centre G of the circle lies on the x-axis. 0) and B(−5.Page total 11. A circle passes through A(−2.

when x = 5 .6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) − 10 − Please do not write in the margin . (2 marks) S. (a) Express y in terms of x . y = – 40 .Page total 12. (5 marks) (b) Hence find the value of y when x = 9 . Suppose y is partly constant and partly varies directly as the square of x . When x = 1 . y = 8 .

13.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) − 11 − Please do not write in the margin . Hence find the area of ∆ABP . 0) are the vertices of ∆ABC . y A(0. (3 marks) (c) BD cuts the y-axis at a point P . 0) O C(2. 6). marks) B(-10. Find the coordinates of P . 6) Page total Figure 2 (a) Find the equation of AC . In Figure 2 . 0) x (2 (b) D is a point on AC such that BD is perpendicular to AC . A (0. (4 marks) S. B (-10. 0) and C (2. Find the equation of BD .

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Is Arnold one of the top 30% students of the class in the Putonghua test? Explain your answer.Page total 14. (2 marks) (c) Arnold is one of the students in the class and his standard score in the test is 1. Find the values of a and b . a 103 122 146 84 120 134 146 86 120 134 146 90 120 136 158 93 121 137 b (a) Given that the lower quartile and the upper quartile of the data are 101.5 and 140. (2 marks) (b) Find the mean and standard deviation of the above scores. where a < b. (3 marks) SECTION B (35 marks) Answer ALL questions in this section and write your answers in the spaces provided. S.5 respectively.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) − 13 − Please do not write in the margin . The scores (in marks) obtained by a class of 20 students in a Putonghua test are shown below.

A B (a) (1 mark) (ii) find the area of ∆ABP . 4 cm V 10 cm K A 2 cm S.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) − 14 − Please do not write in the margin . The vertex of the graph is D. (c) If C 3 : y = h( x) is the image of C1 after a certain transformation such that its y. Figure 3 shows the graph C1 : y = x 2 − 4 x + k . It cuts the y-axis at P and cuts the x-axis at A and B. (2 marks) (iii) find the coordinates of the vertex D.intercept remains is four times of the original one. (1 marks) (b) If C2 : y = g ( x ) (i) find the value of k.Page total 15. Describe the way of the (3 marks) unchanged and the area of ∆ABP transformation and find h(x). find g(x). P C1 : y = x 2 − 4 x + k D Figure 3 is the image obtained by translating C1 two units to (3 marks) the right and reflected along the x-axis. 16.

K is a point on VH and A is a point on the curved surface of the cone such that ∠VKA = 90° . show that the volume of the 4π x3 cm3 . The tank is filled with water to a depth of 6 cm . Show that x 3 + 24 x −144 = 0 .6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) − 15 − . If the radius of the base is x cm . Express the volume of water in the tank in terms of π . (3marks) Please do not write in the margin S.Page total 6 cm 4 cm H x cm Figure 4(a) Figure 4(b) B Figure 4(c) (a) Figure 4(a) shows a right circular cylindrical water tank of base radius 4 cm and height 10 cm . KA = 2 cm and KH = 4 cm . mark) (1 (b) Figure 4(b) shows a solid metal right circular cone. 3( x −2) cone is (3 marks) (c) The cone is put into the tank and is just submerged in water [see the longitudinal section as shown in Figure 4(c)] . V is the vertex and VH is the height of the cone.

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(i) Find the probability that both students visited the E. (ii) Find the probability that one boy and one girl are selected. at least twice last week. The following table shows the distribution of their number of visits made last week.Page total 17. find the probability that three boys and two girls are selected. (2 marks) (ii) Given that five people selected visited the E. at least twice last week.6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) B C D Figure 5(a) B − 17 − D1 D C1 C D Figure 5(b) B C Please do not write in the margin . B1 C1 B1 B2 D1 C2 C1 B1 B5 C B4 D4 C5 4 B3 C D3 3 B2 C2 D 2 S.R.A.A. Number of visits Number of boys Number of girls 0 8 4 1 10 8 2 6 8 3 2 6 4 2 0 (a) Two students are selected at random from the group. (i) Find the probability that exactly three students selected visited the E.R. once last week. marks) (2 marks) (2 (b) Five students are selected at random from the group.A. (2 marks) A A A 18. A group of students visited the English Activity Room (EAR).R.

Page total Figure 5(c) S. AC = 2a . (ii) find. the sum of the areas of the infinitely many squares drawn in this way. in terms of a . (a) Express b in terms of a . (6 marks) . B1C1CD is a square inscribed in the right-angled triangle ABC .6 Mathematics PAPER 1 (2011-12) − 18 − Please do not write in the margin In Figure 5(a). B4C4C3D3 . (2 marks) (b) B2C2C1D1 is a square inscribed in ∆AB1C1 as shown in Figure 5(b). B1C1 = b . ∠C = 90° . … are drawn successively as indicated in Figure 5(c). (i) write down the length of B5C5 in terms of a . (ii) Hence express B2C2 in terms of a . B5C5C4D4 . (2 marks) (c) If squares B3C3C2D2 . BC = a . (i) Express B2C2 in terms of b .

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