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MATHEMATICS Paper 1 (Core)
May/June 2005 1hour
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Candidates answer on the Question Paper. Additional Materials: Electronic calculator Geometrical instruments Mathematical tables (optional) 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 in the spaces provided on the Question Paper. 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 THE BARCODE. DO NOT WRITE IN THE GREY AREAS BETWEEN THE PAGES. Answer all questions. If working is needed for any question it must be shown below that question. The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question. The total number of marks for this paper is 56. 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. This document consists of 9 printed pages and 3 blank pages.
IB05 06_0580_01/4RP © UCLES 2005
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She scored 20 marks out of 50. Answer (a) (b) a prime factor of 27. A sweet is selected at random. Answer %  4 Write.2 1 The diameter of the sun is 1 392 530 kilometres. 3. 15 From the set of numbers above. Answer :  5 Work out 4-3 as a fraction. 12. 0581/01 Jun 05 . 13 nougats and 9 toffees. What is the probability that it is a toffee? Answer  3 Anne took a test in chemistry.5 kilograms : 800 grams. 5. Write this value correct to 4 significant figures. Answer (b)   © UCLES 2005 0580/01. in its simplest form. Answer km  For Examiner's Use 2 A bag of 30 sweets contains 8 chocolates. Answer  6 2. Work out her percentage mark. 9. the ratio 3. write down (a) a multiple of 6.
Fernando weighs his fruit to the nearest 10 grams. Complete the statement in the answer space. Answer g weight of mango < g  10 12 m hm 16o NOT TO SCALE A ramp from a car park to a shopping centre slopes upward at an angle of 16° to the horizontal. The length of the ramp is 12 metres. h metres. This amount is 4 9 For Examiner's Use of his allowance. Calculate his allowance. Answer $  8 When x = –3 find the value of x3+ 2x2. 0581/01 Jun 05 [Turn over . Calculate the difference in height. He weighs a mango as 260 grams. Answer m  © UCLES 2005 0580/01. between the car park and the shopping centre.3 7 Alphonse spends $28 on food. Answer  9 At the market.
congruent equilateral isosceles similar  Answer (a) Triangle ABC and triangle ADE are (b) Angle BDE = 35°. Calculate the size of angle DBC.  Answer s =  13 A B 35o C NOT TO SCALE D E In the diagram BC is parallel to DE. The loan company charges 6% per year simple interest. She borrows $5000 from a loan company. ABD and ACE are straight lines. Answer (b) Angle DBC =  © UCLES 2005 0580/01. 0581/01 Jun 05 . How much interest will Yasmeen pay after 3 years? For Examiner's Use Answer $ 12 Make s the subject of the formula p = st – q.4 11 Yasmeen is setting up a business. (a) Choose one of the following words to complete the statement in the answer space.
Calculate. mm3   Give your answer as a fraction in its lowest terms. Answer (a) (b) Work out 5 3 6−8. Answer (a) (b) Find the 10th number in the sequence.5 14 30 mm 2 mm NOT TO SCALE For Examiner's Use An old Greek coin is a cylinder with a diameter of 30 millimetres and a thickness of 2 millimetres. radius r. height h. [The volume of a cylinder. 0581/01 Jun 05 [Turn over . 11. You must show all your working.] Answer 15 (a) Write down a common multiple of 6 and 8. ………. 15. Answer (b)  16 Look at the sequence of numbers 7. Answer (b) (c) Write an expression. for the nth number in the sequence. (a) Write down the next number in the sequence. 19. Answer (c)    © UCLES 2005 0580/01. the volume of the coin. in cubic millimetres. in terms of n. is πr2h.
Give your answer correct to 2 decimal places. 0581/01 Jun 05 .  Answer (a)(ii) (b) Use your calculator to work out the value of the original expression.95 − 3. For Examiner's Use Answer (a) (b) Factorise 5x2 – 7x.  Answer (b)  18 Camilla has $5 to spend in the market. How much money does she have left? Answer $  19 8.  Answer (b)  © UCLES 2005 0580/01.6 17 (a) Expand the bracket and simplify the expression 7x + 5 – 3(x – 4). 1 She buys 12 kilograms of bananas priced at 80 cents per kilogram and 3 yams priced at 45 cents each.05 × 1.97 2. Answer (a)(i) (ii) Use your answer to find an estimate for the value of the expression.92 (a) (i) Write the above expression with each number rounded to one significant figure.
(a) List the countries in order of area.15 x 105 1.14 x 106 For Examiner's Use The table above gives the areas of four South American countries. (a) How much did Abdul save? Answer (a) $  (b) The next day. How much more would Abdul have saved if he had waited until the next day to buy the spade? Answer (b) $  © UCLES 2005 0580/01. Answer (a) < Guyana < <  (b) Use a whole number to complete the statement in the answer space. Answer (b) The area of Colombia is approximately times the area of Guyana.  21 SALE All items 35% Reduction Abdul bought a spade in this sale.71 x 104 2.51 x 106 7.7 20 Country Brazil Panama Guyana Colombia Area (km2) 8. smallest to largest. correct to 3 significant figures. 0581/01 Jun 05 [Turn over . Its original price was $16. all items were sold at half the original price.
Answer (a) (b) How long did he wait for his friend? Answer (b) km/h  min  © UCLES 2005 0580/01.8 22 For Examiner's Use DISTANCE FROM HOME (km) 15 14 13 School 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 Friend's House 5 4 3 2 1 Home 0 7 30 8 00 8 30 9 00 TIME (am) Ricardo rode to his friend’s house. Ricardo’s journey is shown on the grid. 0581/01 Jun 05 . He waited for his friend to get ready. Then they cycled together to school. (a) Work out the speed at which Ricardo cycled to his friend’s house.
(a) Write down the size of angle DCE. Answer (a) Angle DCE = (b) Calculate the size of angle CDE. He cycled directly to school at a constant speed of 15 kilometres per hour. AEB is the tangent at the point E.9 (c) Ricardo’s brother left home at 8 00 am. DE is a diameter of the circle. Angle DEC = 25°. centre O.  (d) How many minutes earlier than Ricardo did his brother arrive at school? Answer (d) min  For Examiner's Use 23 D C O 25o A E B NOT TO SCALE In the diagram. Draw his journey on the grid opposite. 0581/01 Jun 05 .  Answer (c) Angle DBE =  © UCLES 2005 0580/01.  Answer (b) Angle CDE = (c) Calculate the size of angle DBE. The line DCB cuts the circle at C.
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