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# Additional Mathematics Project Work 1 2013

## ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 1/2013

INTRODUCTION Part 1 Diagram 1 shows 6 primary schools, three lower secondary schools in district A and one upper secondary school in each district B and C.

Primary School 1

Primary School 2

Primary School 3

Primary School 4

Primary School 5

Primary School 6

District B

District C

## Additional Mathematics Project Work 1 2013

The six primary schools in district A will be the feeder schools for three lower secondary schools in the same district. After completing their studies in the lower secondary school, they can choose either to enter upper secondary school in district B or district C. (a) Based on Diagram 1, (i) list the set of all the primary schools and the set of all the lower secondary schools. (ii) draw two arrow diagrams to show the relation of the schools. Hence, a) determine the domain, codomain, objects, images and range. b) state the type of relation for each arrow diagram. c) represent each of the above relations using other ways of representation. (b) Based on (a)(ii), determine whether each of the relations is a function? Give your reason. If yes, state whether its inverse function exist or not. Explain why.

## PART 2 Diagram 1 shows arrow diagrams for function f and g.

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3

6
3

2
1

(a) Find (i) functions f and g. (ii) the inverse functions of f and of g. (iii) the composite functions fg, gf, and .

## Additional Mathematics Project Work 1 2013

(b) Find the following composite functions: and Hence, find (i) function p, if function m : x x 3 and composite function mp : x 2x2 3x + 2. (ii) function h, if function k : x x + 2 and composite function hk : x 4 5x.

b)

is defined by

1 1

and

Function

is defined by

, find

## Hence, deduce the

inverse function of each of the following functions. Check your answers using other method. (i) (ii) (iii) , 0 3

c) Given function where | | | | | | 1 0 0 , find n . Hence, determine f . (Showing your workings.) (Hints:- Recognize the pattern of the coefficients of x and the pattern of constant terms.)

## Additional Mathematics Project Work 1 2013

Further Exploration 1 The height of a light on a Ferris wheel is given as H(t) = 100 + 95 sin(120t), where H is the height in metres above the ground, and t is taken in minutes. a) Find the initial height of the light. b) At what time is the light at its lowest position in the first revolution of the wheel? c) How long does the wheel take to complete one revolution? d) Make a conjecture of the speed of the ferris wheel by the increasing the value of 120 in H(t) = 100 + 95 sin(120t). light

## Additional Mathematics Project Work 1 2013

Further Exploration 2 Daud wants to make a photo frame as shown in diagram 1 from a piece of wood of parallelogram shape as shown in diagram 2, without wastage.

photograph
frame

x cm

Diagram 1
45 35 cm 45 2 cm

Diagram 2 a) Express the area, A cm2, of the photograph in terms of . b) (i) Determine the equation of axis of symmetry of A= f (x) and hence, state its minimum/maximum point of x by using at least two methods. (ii) Plot the graph of c) Based on the graph, determine the suitable domain and its corresponding range of d) Determine the length and the breadth of the photograph when its areas are 21 cm2 and 37.96 cm2 respectively.

REFLECTION While you were conducting the project, what have you learnt? What moral values have you practised? Give your opinions or feelings creatively through usage of symbols, illustrations, drawings or even in a song.