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2014-2-PENANG-SMKMethodistBoys_MATHS QA by Neoh Lay Suan


Section A [45 marks]

Answer ALL the questions in this section.

1 The function f is defined by
() = {
3| 5|
5
2

, < 3
, 3


(a) Without sketching the graph, determine whether is continuous at = 3 .
[4 marks]
(b) Sketch the graph of in the domain [0, 5] and state the range of .
[3 marks]

2 Find the equation of the normal to the curve with parametric equations = 1 2 and =
2

2 at the
point (3, 4). [6 marks]
3 Given that sin = , show that

=
1
1
2
.
Hence, show that
1
=
1
+1
2
+ . [6 marks]
4 Show that
1
) 1 (
2

x
x
e
dx
x x
x
2
. [4 marks]
Hence, find the particular solution of the differential equation

x
y
d
d
+

y
x x
x
) 1 (
2

) 1 (
1
x x
2

which satisfies the boundary condition =
3
4
when = 2 . [4 marks]

5 If
2
= 1 + , show that 2

2
+2 (

)
2
+
2
1 = 0 . [3 marks]
Deduce an equation which has the term in

3
. Hence, obtain the expansion of 1 + in ascending
powers of up to the term in
3
. [7 marks]

6 Use the trapezium rule with subdivisions at = 3 and = 5 to obtain an approximation to

3
1+
4
7
1
,
giving your answer correct to three places of decimals. [4 marks]
By evaluating the integral exactly, show that the error of the approximation is about 4.1%.
[4 marks]



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Section B [15 marks]
Answer any ONE question in this section.
7 Find the coordinates of the stationary point on the curve =
2
+
1

, give the answer correct to two


decimal places. [3 marks]
Determine the nature of the stationary point. [3 marks]
Find also the coordinates of the point of inflexion on the curve =
2
+
1

. [4 marks]
Sketch the curve =
2
+
1

. [2 marks]
Hence sketch the curve
2
=
2
+
1

on a separate diagram. [3 marks]



8 Given that () =

+ 1 where > 0 and k is a real positive constant. Show, by sketching two


appropriate curves on the same diagram, that the equation () = 0 has exactly one real root for all >
0. [3 marks]

Show that is an increasing function for > 0, and hence find the range of values of such that the
equation () = 0 has one real root in the interval (1, 2) .
[6 marks]
If = 2 , estimate the root correct to 3 decimal places, by using the Newton-Raphson method, with
the initial estimate
0
= 1.5 . [6 marks]

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Marking Scheme for Mathematics T (Term 2) PEP PERCUBAAN STPM PENGGAL KEDUA
(6 ATAS) MBS 2014
No Answer Marks
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(a) lim
3

() = 6
lim
3
+
() = 6



(3) = 6
lim
3

() = lim
3
+
()
lim
3
() = 6 = (3)
is continuous at = 3
B1
B1
B1

A1





M1


M1




A1


2
x = 1 - 2t y = - 2 +
2

= - 2

= -
2

2


M1

At least one correct
differentiation.

=
1

2

A1
At point A(3, - 4), t = -1 B1
Equation of the normal is y = (- t
2
)(x) + c M1 or other relevant formulae
- 4 = (- 1)(3) + c B1 Correct gradient = -1
4

equation is y = - x - 1 A1 or equivalent

3
cos

= 1

=
1

=
1
1
2


=
1
1
2

Therefore y =
1





M1
M1

M1

A1





M1

=
1
1
2


1
=
1

1
1
2



M1 M1
=
1
+1
2
+
c




A1




A1

M1M1

A1


4
Let
2
(1)

1




x - 2 A (x 1) + Bx


By subs. x = 1, -1 = B B = - 1


By subs. x = 0, - 2 = - A A = 2



2
(1)

2

-
1
1

B1

2
(1)
= (
2


1
1
) dx


5


= 2 ln ln ( 1) M1


=

2
1



x
x x
x
e
d
1
2
) (
=

2
1

=
1 x
x
2
.
M1

A1




By multiplying the integrating factor,
x
y
d
d
+ y
x x
x
) ( 1
2

=
) ( 1
1
x x
2


2
(1)

2
( 1)
(2)
( 1)
=

2
( 1)
(
1

2
( 1)
)

2
( 1)
) = -
1
( 1)
2

M1

(

2
( 1)
) = -
1
( 1)
2



=
1
1
+ c
A1

By subst. y =
4
3
when x = 2,

4
(1)

3
4
=
1
1
+ c c = 2


M1


the particular solution is y = [
1
1
+ 2]
( 1)

2




y =
(2 1)

2

A1



6

5

2
= 1 +
2

= cos
2(

)
2
+2


2
= sin = 1
2

2(

)
2
+2


2
+
2
1 = 0 (shown)
Hence,
4(


2
+2


2
+2


3
+2

= 0
6


2
+2


3
+2

= 0


3
= 3


3
=

(3


2
+)


3
=
1

(3


2
+)
= 0
= 1 +sin ; (0) = 1

=
cos
2
; (0) =

=
1
2


2(

)
2
+2


2
1 +
2
= 0 ; "(0) =


2
=
1
4


3
=
1

(3


2
+) ; (0) =


3
=
1
8



= () = 1 +sin = (0) +

(0) +

(0)
2!

2
+

(0)
3!

3
+

= 1 +sin = 1 +
1
2

1
8

2

1
48

3
+


M1



M1
A1


M1

M1




A1


B1
B1
B1







A1





both diff correct



one pair u .v diff

both pair u .v diff
6

B1 May be implied in
calculation

Let y =

3
1+
4



By using
1
2

[
0
+ 2(
1
+
2
+ +
1
) +

],

3
1+
4

7
1


1
2
(2) [
1
1+ 1
+ 2(
27
1+ 81
+
125
1+ 625
) +
343
1+ 2401
]


M1A1

All relevant values must
be shown inside
formula

1.701 (3 dec. pl.) A1


3
1+
4

7
1
=
1
4

4
3
1+
4

7
1

=
1
4
[ln(1 +
4
)]
1
7



M1


=
1
4
[ln(1 + 7
4
) ln2]


1.773 (3 dec. pl.) A1

|
7
|
3
|
1
|
5
x
h =
71
3
= 2
7




error of the approximation =
1.7731.701
1.773
100 %
M1

= 4.061 % 4.1 % A1

7.
x
x y
1
2

2
1
2
x
x
dx
dy

For stationary point,
0
1
2
2

x
x
0 1 2
3
x
x = 0.7937
y = 1.8899 Stationary point = (0.79 , 1.89)
3 2
2
2
2
x dx
y d

3
7937 . 0
2
2
) 7937 . 0 (
2
2
x
dx
y d

= 6> 0
(0.79 , 1.89) is a minimum point.
For point of inflexion,
0
2
2
3

x

0 2 2
3
x
1 ) 1 (
3
1
x

0 6
) 1 (
6 6
4 4 3
3

x dx
y d


OR



B1

M1



A1
M1






A1
A1


M1

A1



M1




























8

-2

-1 -0.5

Sign of
2
2
dx
y d

+
CU
0 -
CD
(-1, 0) is a point of inflexion.






A1

F1
F1
F1
F1
F1






correctly shape
all the points are correct
correctly shape
symmetrical
All points correct.


8.

B1
B1

B1
=

1
= ln
Show of intersection point

=
1

2
> 0 ;
> 0 > 0
1

> 0 &

2
> 0
1

2
> 0

> 0 ; f is increasing function for > 0 .


M1

M1

A1


f(x) = ln

+1 = 0 ;

> 0
(1) = ln1 +1 = 1 < 0 ;




1.89

1.89

(0.79, 1.89)
(-1, 0)
9

(2) = ln2

2
+1 > 0
> & < ( +)
Range of values of k < < ( +)
M1
M1

A1

= , () =

+1


() =
1

2

M1

= . ,
1
= 1.5
1.5
2
1.5
+1
1
1.5
+
2
1.5
2


1
= 1.45363 1.453
M1

A1

2
= 1.45363
(1.45363)

(1.45363)

2
= 1.45473 1.455

A1

3
= 1.45473
(1.45473)

(1.45473)

3
= 1.45473 1.455

A1

= 1.455 (3 . . ) A1