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1 Write down the inverse of the matrix and use it to solve the simultaneous equations

−3 2

x + y = 15 ,

2 y − 3x = 5. [4]

π

2 (

In triangle ABC, AB = 3 + 2 cm and ∠BAC =) 4

radians. Given that the area of triangle ABC is

( )

14 − 3 2 cm 2 , find AC , leaving your answer in the form a + b 2 , where a and b are rational. [4]

10

3 The roots of the equation 3x 2 − 2kx + k − 1 = 0 are α and β . If α 2 + β 2 = , find the possible values

9

of k. [5]

5 + 3x

4 A curve has the equation y = ln .

2x − 5

(i) Find the gradient of the curve at the point where the curve meets the x-axis. [4]

5 + 3x

(ii) Show that y = ln has no stationary point for all real values of x. [2]

2x − 5

5 A circle, C, whose equation is given by x 2 + y 2 − 2ax + 10 y − 2 = 0 , where a > 0 , has radius 6 units.

(ii) Show that the line 3 y = −5 x passes through the centre of C. [2]

(iii) Find the equation of another circle which passes through the point (7, –2) and has the same centre as

C. [3]

6 (a) Find the range of values of m for which x 2 + ( m + 3) x > −2( m + 3) for all real values of x. [4]

(b) Find the range of the values of k for which the line y = 2 x + k intersects the curve xy − 2 y 2 = k at

two distinct points. [4]

x − 16

7 (i) Express in partial fractions. [4]

2x − 9x − 5

2

8 x − 16

(ii) Hence evaluate ∫ 6 2x − 9x − 5

2

dx . [4]

ACS(Independent)Math Dept/Y4EXP_GEP/AM1/2008/Prelim

2

2 1 + e2 x

8 (a) Evaluate ∫ 0 ex

dx . [3]

(b) Sketch the graph of y = 3ln( x + 2) , showing clearly the asymptote and the x-intercept.

Draw a suitable straight line in your sketch to illustrate how the graphical solution of the equation

x

+1

( x + 2)e 3

= e 2 could be obtained. [5]

(a) 2 2 x + 3 + 7( 2 x ) = 1 , [4]

10 In the figure, PQR and RBT are tangents to the circle at Q and B respectively. PSA and PCB are secants and

AB is a chord of the circle. Given that ∆ABC is an equilateral triangle and ∠APC = ∠PAC ,

P S A

Q

B

R

(a) find, with explanation, an angle equal to ∠ABT , [2]

(b) explain why a circle can be drawn, using C as centre, passing through A and P, [2]

1

(c) prove that PS × PA = PC × PB , and hence show that AB 2 = PS × PA . [5]

2

11 Solve for x, between 0 o and 180 o , which satisfy the following equations

End of Paper

3

Answers

Q1. x = 5, y = 10

92 96

Q2. − + 2

7 7

1

Q3. k = − or k =2

2

1

Q4 (i). −

50

x − 16 3 1

Q7. (i) = − (ii) −0.696

2x − 9x − 5 2x + 1 x − 5

2

y

(b)

3

y=3ln(x+2)

y = 3- x

x

-2 -1 3

(b) Q∠APC = ∠PAC , ∆ACP is an isosceles triangle with AC=CP. Thus, a circle can be drawn,

using C as the centre and with AC and CP as the radii.

(b) x = 41.41°

(c) x = 30°,90°,150°

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