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Summer 2005

Edexcel GCE

Mathematics

Pure Mathematics P1 6671

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General Instructions

1. The total number o mar!s or the "a"er is 75.

2. Method #M$ mar!s are a%arded or &!no%in' a method and attem"tin' to a""l( it)* unless

other%ise indicated.

+. ,ccurac( #,$ mar!s can onl( be a%arded i the rele-ant method #M$ mar!s ha-e been earned.

.. #/$ mar!s are inde"endent o method mar!s.

5. Method mar!s should not be subdi-ided.

6. 0or misreadin' %hich does not alter the character o a 1uestion or materiall( sim"li( it*

deduct t%o rom an( , or / mar!s 'ained* in that "art o the 1uestion aected. 2ndicate this

action b( &M3) in the bod( o the scri"t #but see also note 10$.

7. 2 a candidate ma!es more than one attem"t at an( 1uestion4

#a$ 2 all but one attem"t is crossed out* mar! the attem"t %hich is 56T crossed out.

#b$ 2 either all attem"ts are crossed out or none are crossed out* mar! all the attem"ts and

score the hi'hest sin'le attem"t.

7. Mar!s or each 1uestion* or "art o a 1uestion* must a""ear in the ri'ht8hand mar'in and* in

addition* total mar!s or each 1uestion* e-en %here 9ero* must be rin'ed and a""ear in the

ri'ht8hand mar'in and on the 'rid on the ront o the ans%er boo!. 2t is im"ortant that a

chec! is made to ensure that the totals in the ri'ht8hand mar'in o the rin'ed mar!s and o

the unrin'ed mar!s are e1ual. The total mar! or the "a"er must be "ut on the to" ri'ht8hand

corner o the ront co-er o the ans%er boo!.

:. 0or methods o solution not in the mar! scheme* allocate the a-ailable M and , mar!s in as

closel( e1ui-alent a %a( as "ossible* and indicate this b( the letters &6S) #outside scheme$

"ut alon'side in the bod( o the scri"t.

10. ,ll , mar!s are &correct ans%er onl() #c.a.o.$ unless sho%n* or exam"le* as ,1 .t. to

indicate that "re-ious %ron' %or!in' is to be ollo%ed throu'h. 2n the bod( o the scri"t the

s(mbol should be used or correct .t. and or incorrect .t. ,ter a misread* ho%e-er*

the subse1uent , mar!s aected are treated as , .t.* but maniestl( absurd ans%ers should

ne-er be a%arded , mar!s.

11. 2'nore %ron' %or!in' or incorrect statements ollo%in' a correct ans%er.

6671 Pure Maths P1 – Final MS

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June 2005

6671 Pure P1

Mark Scheme

Question

Number

Scheme Marks

1

(a)

x

y

d

d

=

3

8 6

−

+ x

(b) C x

x

x y + + ·

−

∫

1

2

4

2

6

d

(a) M1 is for

1 −

→

n n

x x

in at least one term, 6 or

3 −

x is sufficient.

A1 is fully correct answer.

Inore subse!uent wor"in.

(b) M1# $orrect %ower of x in at least one term ($ sufficient)

&irst A1#

2

6

2

x

' C

(econd A1# ' 4 x

)1

M1 A1

(2)

M1 A1A1

(3)

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2(a) (a) a * − 4

) 2+ ( 16 ) 4 ( 2+ 8

2 2

− − t ≡ − − x x x , b * −4,

(b) - , 3 4, . , ) 4, ( 4 · t · − x

, 3 4 t · x cao c * 4, d * 3

/r# , 6 180 ,

2

116 64 8

·

+ t

· x M1 A1

(a) 11 is for 4 ) 4 (

2

− · − a or x

M1 re!uires , 0 ), 2+ ( ) (

2 2

≠ t − t p p p x

A1 is for

4, − · b

Answer only# full mar"s.

2ote# $an score 10M1A1 .e.. (x ' 4)

2

) 45]

$om%arin coefficients# M1 is for com%arin x coefficients and constant term

(b) M1 is for full met3od leadin to ...... ..... 4 4 · · + x or a x

(formula)

&irst A1: c * 4

(econd A1# d * 3 (or )3) one of

2otes# (i) If

t

not seen anyw3ere wit33old final A1, so answer only

c * 4, d * 3 (or )3) ( one of ) is M1A1A0 ( so is 4 ' , 3 )

(ii)

number ve a x − · + 4 4

can score M1A1 for x * 4 ' 5.

(iii) usin correct 6 !uadratic formula7 wit3

2+ , 8 , 1 − · − · · c b a

endin wit3 x =

2

, 6 8 t

score as M1A1A0.

11

M1A1

(3)

M1

A1 A1

(3)

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8uestion

2umber

(c3eme Mar"s

3 (a)

, 63 4, · · θ θ r

4 . 1 · θ

(9)

(b) Area of sector OAB *

) , . 141: ( 4 . 1 4,

2

1

2

1

2 2

· × · θ r

Area of trianle OCD *

...) 4, . 443 ( 4 . 1 sin 30

2

1

2

· ×

(3aded area * 141:., − 443.4,5* +:4

2

m

cao

(a) M1 is for a%%lyin correct formula or

!uotin and attem%tin to use correct formula

(b) &or eac3 area

M1 is for attem%tin to use correct formula or com%lete met3od in case of Δ 9

A1 is for a numerically correct statement (answer is not re!uired ) ;ust t3ere as

c3ec")

&inal A1 is for +:4 only.

e.. s%littin trianle into two trianles#

&or uidance

M1A1

(2)

M1A1

M1A1

A1

(,)

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4

(a)

) + (

3

1

) 4 ( − · − − x y

0 21 3 · − − y x

or

0 21 3 · + −x y

(condone 3 terms e!uation# e..

21 3 + · y x

)

(b) <!uation of

2

l

:

x y 2 − ·

(ol=e 2 1

l and l

simultaneously to find P#

6 , 3 − · · y x

(c) C:

( ) : , 0 − or OC = 7 (may be on diagram)

Area of triangle OCP =

2

1

10

2

1

· × ×

p

x OC (must be eact)

(a) M1 for findin t3e e!uation of a strai3t line#

If usin

) (

1 1

x x m y y − · −

or e!ui=alent, m must be >.

If usin

c x m y + ·

, m must be > and c found.

&irst A1# unsim%lified form

. y ) + * ⅓(x ' 4) M0, y ) 4 * ⅓ (x ?+) M1A0, y ) 4 * ⅓ (x ' +) M0 -

(b) M1# sol=in two linear e!uations to form linear e!uation in one =ariable

A1 for first coordinate if correct

A1 f.t. # &or second coordinate correct for candidate after substitutin

in y * )2x

Watch (?3, 6) .w3ic3 usually scores M1A0A1 -

(c) 11 f.t. # $orrect y =alue w3en x * 0 in candidate@s e!uation in (a)

M1# &or A B candidate@s OC B Ccandidate@s x co?ord in (b)C

($# If x found w3en y * 0, allow M1 for findin area for t3eir confiuration.

M1A1

A1

(3)

11

M1

A1A1D

(4)

11D

M1A1

(3)

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,

(a)

) ( 3 . ,6

2

3

arctan α · ° ·

seen anyw3ere

3 ) 20 ( , 20 ÷ ° − ° − α α

) : . 123 ( 180 ), 3 . 236 ( 180 ° − · ° − ° · ° + α α

(/ne of t3ese)

x * −4:.+°, 12.1°, :2.1°

(b)

+

10

) sin 1 ( sin 2

2 2

· − + x x

or 2

+

10

cos ) cos 1 (

2 2

· + − x x

+

1

sin

2

· x

or

+

8

cos

2

· x

or

8

1

tan

2

· x

or

8

+

sec

2

· x

or cos 2x *

+

:

° − ° · , . 1+ , , . 1+ x

(a) &irst M1# (ubtractin (allow addin) 20E from

α

(econd M1# Fi=idin t3at result by 3 (order =ital G)

.So 12.1° gains B1M1M1-

H3ird M1# Ii=in a t3ird !uadrant result

&irst A1 is for 2 correct solutions,

(econd A1 for t3ird correct solution.

11# Allow 0.+83 (rads) or 62.6 (rad), and %ossible Ms but A0A0-

(b) M1 for use of 1 cos sin

2 2

· + x x or

x i x and x 2 cos of terms n cos sin

2 2

&or use of tan (A ' B) see se%arate s3eet

2ote # MaB. deduction of 1 for not correctin to 1 dec. %lace.

Jecord as 0 first time occurs but t3en treat as f.t.

Answers outside i=en inter=al, inore

<Btra answers in rane, maB. deduction of 1 in eac3 %art .&inal mar"-

(i.e. 4 or more answers wit3in inter=al in (a), )1 from any ained A mar"sK

3 or more answers wit3in inter=al in (b), )1 from any ained A mar"s

11

M1M1

M1

A1A1

(6)

M1

A1

A1A1D

(4)

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6

(a) S = a ' (a ' d) ' (a ' 2d) ' 5 ' .a ' (n − 1)d-

S = .a ' (n − 1)d- ' .a ' (n − 2)d- ' 5 ' a or e!ui=.

Add# 2S * n.2a ' (n − 1)d- ⇒ S * n.2a ' (n − 1)d- cso (9)

(b) 3, 8, 13

!1

(c) a * 3 d * ,

(um *

( ) ( ) [ ] ( ) 1 ,

2

1

1 , 3 2

2

1

+ · − + × n n n n

(9)

(d) &indin

∑

200

1

e..

( ) 1001 200

2

1

2 ,

200

1

× × · −

∑

· r

r

(* 100100)

(um of first 4 terms#

( ) 21 4

2

1

2 ,

4

1

× × · −

∑

· r

r

or 42 stated

( ) 1000,8 42 100100 ) 4 ( ( ) 200 ( ( 2 ,

200

,

· − · − · −

∑

· r

r

A"#: $or%ing &it' 23, 28, 33, 5555.

a * 23 11K &indin 6n7 and d M1

A%%lyin S * n.2a ' (n − 1)d- wit3 candidate@s 23, n* 1+, or 1+6 , d * , M1

(a) 11# re!uires min of 3 terms, includin t3e last.

(b) &irst M1 enerousK second M1 3ard.

2ote# Jesult is i=en so c3ec" wor"in carefully.

(c) &or 11 f.t. 3 terms must be in AL,

1ut allow M1 for candidate@s 6a7 and 6d7 in i=en result in (a)

11

M1

M1 A1

(4)

11

(1)

11√

M1 A1

(3)

M1

11

M1 A1

(4)

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(d) &irst M1 for substitution of 200 in result from (c)

(.$. Allow second M1 for ((200) ) ((,)

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:

(a)

x

y

d

d

6 3

2

1

− · x

2 , 0 6 3

2

1

2

1

· · − x x

x * 4

(9)

(b)

1

1

]

1

¸

+ − ·

,

_

¸

¸

+ −

∫

x x

x

x x x 10 3

,

4

d 10 6 2

2

2

,

2

3

( )

,

_

¸

¸

+ − −

,

_

¸

¸

+ × −

×

·

1

1

]

1

¸

+ − 10 3

,

4

40 16 3

,

4 4

10 3

,

4

2

,

4

1

2

2

,

x x

x

( * 1:.6 ) :.8 * +.8 )

&indin area of tra%eMium *

( ) ) 12 ( 3 2 6

2

1

· × +

.A * (1, 6),

1 * (4, 2)-

/r by interation#

4

1

2

3

2 22

1

]

1

¸

− x x

Area of R *12 − +.8 * 2.2

(a) &irst M1 for decrease of 1 in %ower of x of at least one term

(disa%%earance of 6107 sufficient)

(econd M1 for %uttin

0

d

d

·

x

y

and findin x * 5.

(b) &irst M1# Lower of at least one term increased by 1

&irst A1# &or

,

4

2 N ,

x

(econd A1# &or ) 3 x x 10

2

+

(econd M1 for limits re!uires C [ ] [ ]

1

4

− C (allow candidate@s 647)

and some %rocessin of 6interal7, [ ]

4

1

y is M0

A1D re!uires 1 and 4 substituted in candidate@s 3t!"#!d int!g"and

(unsim%lified)

M1 A1

M1 A1

(4)

M1 A1 A1

M1 A1√

M1 A1

A1

(8)

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Area of tra%eMium# M1 attem%t at A ( ) ) 1 ( − +

B B A

x y y or

x

x

d

3

4 22

∫

−

A1 correct unsim%lified

(ee se%arate s3eet for 4 4

∫

− curve line

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8 (a)

( ) :, 16, 11: 2: 3 f − + − ·

(some wor"in needed)

* 0, so (x − 3) is a factor of

( ) f x

(b) ( )( ) 2, 10 3

2

+ − − x x x

( )( )( ) , , 3 − − − x x x

(c) 3 and ,

(d) f

′

,, 26 3 ) (

2

+ − · x x x

f

′

· ) 3 (

2: − :8 ' ,, * 4

(e) 6 ,, 26 3

2

+ − x x 7 * 647

0 ) 3 )( 1: 3 ( 0 ,1 26 3

2

· − − ⇒ · + − x x x x x * 5

de% x?coordinate of S is

,

_

¸

¸

6: . , 6 . ,

3

2

,

6

34

3

1:

or or or

(a) M1 is for substitutin x * 3 in f(x)

A1 re!uires f(3) * 0 and statement

(b) M1 for !uadratic factor ( ) 2,

2

t + ax x

($# M1 for one ot3er linear factor found

(d) M1 for differentiation# at least one term 3as %ower of x reduced by 1

(e) &irst M1 # e!uatin t3eir radient function to t3eir answer to (d)

(econd M1# (ol=in by factors re!uires

( )

...

C, C C C C C C C ) )( (

2

·

· · + + · + +

x to leading

a mn and c p !"ere nx p mx c bx ax

(ol=in by !uadratic formula re!uires

attem%t to use correct formula wit3 candidate@s =alues of a# b and c used.

M1

A1

(2)

M1 A1

A1

(3)

11

(1)

M1 A1

A1

(3)

M1

M1 A1√

A1

(4)

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A1 f.t. only for correct (real) answers to t3eir !uadratic

&inal A1 for a correct eBact form.

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,(a)

6(c)

:(b)

<OHJA(

Psin eB%ansion of

2

3

) 20 3 tan( · +

x

Iettin as far as tan 3x * number (0.:348..)

tan 3x * 36.3E, 216.3E, ) 143.:E 36.3E

x * 12.1 E, :2.1 E, ) 4:.+ E H3ird !uad result

Fi=ide by 3

Answers as sc3eme

∑ ∑

− 2 , r

*

n

n n

2

2

) 1 (

, −

+

*

2

) 1 , (

2

,

2

+

·

+ n n n n

( (cso)

Attem%tin interal C( e!uation of line ) e!uation of cur=e)G

* x x x d C ) 2

3

14

3

8

( C

2

3

− + −

∫

Lerformin interation#

1

1

]

1

¸

− + − )

,

4

( )

3

:

3

8

(

2

,

2

x x x

1

1

]

1

¸

)

,

4

(

2

,

x

1

]

1

¸

+ − C )

3

:

3

8

( C

2

x x

allow as follow t3rou3 in t3is

case.

Qimits M1A1

Answer A1

&irst M1

11

H3ird M1

(econd M1

A1A1

11

M1

A1

H3ird M1

&ourt3 A1

&irst M1

&irst A1

(econd A1

(econd M1

H3ird A1

&ift3 A1

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GN!AL P!IN"IPLS F#! P1 MA!$ING

Metho% mark &or sol'in( ) term *ua%ratic+

1. 0actorisation

c p x p x c bx x · + + · + + w3ere ), )( ( ) (

2

) leadin' to x = *

a mn c p nx p mx c bx ax · · + + · + + and w3ere ), )( ( ) (

2

) leadin' to x = *

2. 0ormula

,ttem"t to use correct ormula #%ith -alues for a) b and c).

+. Com"letin' the s1uare

+ol,ing 0

2

· + + c bx x : 0 , 0 , ) (

2

≠ ≠ t t t p c p x ) leadin' to x = *

Metho% marks &or %i&&erentiation an% inte(ration+

1. >ierentiation

Po%er o at least one term decreased b( 1. (

1 −

→

n n

x x )

2. 2nte'ration

Po%er o at least one term increased b( 1. (

1 +

→

n n

x x )

,se o& a &ormula

?here a method in-ol-es usin' a ormula that has been learnt* the ad-ice 'i-en in recent examiners)

re"orts is that the ormula should be 1uoted irst.

5ormal mar!in' "rocedure is as ollo%s4

Method mar! or 1uotin' a correct ormula and attem"tin' to use it* e-en i there are mista!es in

the substitution o -alues.

?here the ormula is not 1uoted* the method mar! can be 'ained b( im"lication rom correct

%or!in' %ith -alues* but %ill be lost i there is an( mista!e in the %or!in'.

-act ans.ers

Examiners) re"orts ha-e em"hasised that %here* or exam"le* an exact ans%er is as!ed or* or

%or!in' %ith surds is clearl( re1uired* mar!s %ill normall( be lost i the candidate resorts to usin'

rounded decimals.

Ans.ers .ithout .orkin(

The rubric sa(s that these ma( 'ain no credit. 2ndi-idual mar! schemes %ill 'i-e details o %hat

ha""ens in "articular cases. General "olic( is that i it could be done @in (our headA* detailed

%or!in' %ould not be re1uired. Most candidates do sho% %or!in'* but there are occasional a%!%ard

cases and i the mar! scheme does not co-er this* "lease contact (our team leader or ad-ice.

Misrea%s

#See the next sheet or a sim"le exam"le$.

, misread must be consistent or the %hole 1uestion to be inter"reted as such.

These are not common. 2n clear cases* "lease deduct the irst 2 , #or /$ mar!s %hich %ould ha-e

been lost b( ollo%in' the scheme. #5ote that 2 mar!s is the maximum misread "enalt(* but that

misreads %hich alter the nature or diicult( o the 1uestion cannot be treated so 'enerousl( and it

%ill usuall( be necessar( here to ollo% the scheme as %ritten$.

Sometimes ollo%in' the scheme as %ritten is more 'enerous to the candidate than a""l(in' the

misread rule* so in this case use the scheme as %ritten.

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