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You are on page 1of 7

Attempt Questions 1 10 (1 mark each)

Allow approximately 20 minutes for this section.

Question 1

The condition for the quadratic equation Sx

2

12x +k = u to have real roots is

A) k 36 B) k 36 C) k 12 D) k 12

Question 2

The equation of the semi-circle illustrated alongside

is given by

A) y = 9 x

2

B) y = 9 x

2

C) y = S x

2

D) y = S x

2

Question 3

The graph on the right shows the curve

y = (x). The shaded areas are bounded

by y = (x) and the x axis.

Shaded area A is 9 square units, shaded

area B is 6 square units and shaded area C

is S square units.

The value of ] (x)Jx

7

-3

is

A) 8 B) 8

C) 20 D) 2u

Question 4

When three marksmen take part in a shooting contest, their chances of hitting the target

are

1

3

,

1

4

and

1

5

. Calculate the probability that one, and only one, bullet will hit the target

if the three marksmen shoot at the target simultaneously.

A)

47

60

B)

1

3

C)

13

30

D)

1

60

Question 5

A parabola has the equation x

2

= 12(8 y). What is the equation of its directrix ?

A) y = S B) y = S C) y = S D) y = 11

x

y

0

-3

-3 3

y=f(x)

-3

y

x

3 7

5

5

-5

0 -5

C

B

A

JRAHS 2 Unit Trial 2013 Page 2

Question 6

The area between the curve =

1

x

, the x axis and the ordinates x = 1 and x = b is equal

to 2 square units. The value of b is

A) e B) c

2

C) 2e D) 3

Question 7

The roots of the quadratic equation gx

2

x +b = u are 1 and 3. The value of h is

A) 6 B) S C)

3

2

D) 2

Question 8

A table of values made to help sketch the curve of y = (x) is shown below.

x 0 2 4 6 8

f(x) 7 9 14 4 S

Given that f(x) is continuous over the domain 0 x 8, the use of Simpsons Rule with

five ordinates to estimate ] (x)Jx

8

0

will give the result:

A) 28 B) 40 C) 56 D) 80

Question 9

A manufacturer increases the price of a car by 15% to a new selling price of $18860.

What was the price of the car before the increase?

A) $16000 B) $16031 C) $16400 D) $17000

Question 10

If ACD is a straight line, zBAC= and zBCD = in

the diagram shown, which of the following is true ?

A) w

2

= u

2

+:

2

2u:cos[

B) w

2

= u

2

+:

2

+2u:cos[

C) u

2

= :

2

+w

2

2:wcos[

D)

u

sInu

=

w

cos[

End of Section I

w

v

u

D

C

B

A

JRAHS 2 Unit Trial 2013 Page 3

Section II Total Marks is 90

Attempt Questions 11 16

Allow approximately 2 hours & 40 minutes for this section.

Answer all questions, starting each new question on a new sheet of paper with your Student ID

number in the top right hand corner and the question number on the left hand side of the paper.

All necessary working must be shown in each and every question.

Question 11 (15 Marks) Start a new piece of paper Marks

a) Find the value of n

c

, correct to three significant figures. 1

b) The graph of y = (x) passes through the point (2,S) and

i

(x) = 2x S.

Find (x). 2

c) If

128-50

3

= k , what is the value of k ? (Show working) 2

d) Find, with a diagram and all necessary working, the equation of the locus of all points

which are equidistant from the point S(2,3) and the line y = S. Express your answer

in the form (x b)

2

= 4A(y k) and hence write down the coordinates of the vertex

of the locus. 4

e ) In the diagram, ABCD is a rectangle such that AB = 2A. The point M is the

midpoint of AD and the line BM meets AC at X.

i) Copy the diagram and show that the triangles AXM and CXB are similar. 2

ii) Show that SCX = 2AC. 2

iii) Show that 9(CX)

2

= S(AB)

2

. 2

X

M

D C

B A

JRAHS 2 Unit Trial 2013 Page 4

Question 12 (15 Marks) Start a new piece of paper Marks

a) Factorise fully 2x

4

+128x 2

b) Integrate : ]

(x+1)

2

x

Jx 3

c) A market gardener plants cabbages in rows. Owing to the wedge shape of his field,

the first row has 43 cabbages, the second row has 47 cabbages and each succeeding

row has four more cabbages than the previous row.

i) Calculate the number of cabbages in the 12

th

row. 2

ii) In this plan, which row would be the first to contain more than 200 cabbages ? 1

iii) In fact, the farmer finished up only having planted 1065 cabbages.

How many rows was that? 2

d) A team of five students is to be chosen randomly from a class of twelve students.

Find the probability that :

i) three particular students A, B and C are all in the team. 2

ii) students A and B are chosen but C is not. 1

iii) A, B and C are all omitted from the team. 1

iv) at least one of the students A, B or C is chosen in the team. 1

Question 13 (15 Marks) Start a new piece of paper Marks

a) Find derivatives (simplifying answers if appropriate) of :

i) nx

n

1

ii) xtanSx 2

iii) log

c

[

x+1

x-1

2

b)

The graph on the right shows part of the

curve y

2

= x(x 4)

2

.

i) Find the exact volume of the solid

formed when the loop is rotated about

the x axis.

ii) Find the area of the loop.

2

3

Question 13 is continued on the next page

4

O

y

x

y

2

=x(x - 4)

2

JRAHS 2 Unit Trial 2013 Page 5

Question 13 (continued)

c) The rate at which carbon dioxide will be produced by the action of yeast in a dough

is given by

dv

dt

=

1

100

(2uut t

2

) where V cm

3

is the volume of gas produced

after t minutes.

i) At what rate is the gas being produced 2 minutes after the yeast begins to work ? 1

ii) How much carbon dioxide will be produced in the first 5 minutes ? 2

iii) Assuming that the given formula is only valid while

dv

dt

is positive, how

long will it be before the reaction stops and how much gas will have been

produced altogether? 2

Question 14 (15 Marks) Start a new piece of paper Marks

a) A fish farmer began business on 1

st

January 2001 with a stock of 100000 fish.

He had a contract to supply 14800 fish at a price of $10 per fish to a retailer at

the end of December each year. In the period between January and December

each year the number of fish increases by 10%.

i) Find the number of fish remaining after the second harvest in December 2002. 1

ii) Show that F

n

, the number of fish just after the nth harvest, is given by

F

n

= 148uuu 48uuu(1 1)

n

2

iii) At the end of which year did the farmer sell his last fish and what was his

total income over the life of the business? (NB. In the last season, the farmer

will not fully complete his contract but he just sells all that he has.) 3

b) In this section you will find it useful to draw a set of coordinate axes and update your

diagram as information becomes available.

i) Find the equation of the line l which passes through A(S,1) anu B(u,S). 1

ii) Find the distance from the point C(2,1) to the line l . 1

iii) Hence, or otherwise, verify that the line l is a tangent to the circle 2

x

2

+y

2

4x 2y 11 = u .

iv) Show that the equation of the line through C which is parallel to l is 1

given by 4x Sy S = u

v) Hence, or otherwise, write down the equation of k, the other tangent to the

circle which is parallel to l. 1

vi) Write down the equations of the two horizontal lines, m and n, which are

tangents to this circle. 1

vii) Find the area of the parallelogram defined by the lines k, l, m and n. 2

JRAHS 2 Unit Trial 2013 Page 6

Question 15 (15 Marks) Start a new piece of paper Marks

a) The mass M grams of a piece of radioactive material at time t years, is decaying

according to the equation

dM

dt

+kH = u where k is a positive constant.

i) Show that H = Ac

-kt

, where A is a constant, is a solution of this equation. 1

ii) What is the physical significance of A ? 1

iii) Given that A = Su and that the mass is 45 grams after 2 years, find the exact

value of k. 2

iv) To the nearest year, what is the half-life of the radioactive material ?

(ie. How long does it take for the material to reduce to half of its original

mass ?) 2

b) A particle starts from rest at O and moves along the x axis so that its acceleration

after t secs is (24t 12t

2

) m/sec.

i) Find when the particle again returns to O and its velocity at that time. 2

ii) What is the farthest that the particle travels from O during this interval. 1

c) A rectangular box, open at the top, is to be constructed out of thin sheet metal on a

base which is twice as long as it is wide.

i) The box is to have a volume of 972 cubic units. If its width is x units and

its height y units , find a formula for y in terms of x. 1

ii) Show that the area A square units of sheet metal required is given by

A = 2x

2

+

2916

x

. 2

iii) Hence find the least area of sheet metal required to make such a box. 3

Question 16 will be found on the next page

JRAHS 2 Unit Trial 2013 Page 7

Question 16 (15 Marks) Start a new piece of paper Marks

a)

A circle of radius r is drawn with its centre on

the circumference of another circle of radius r.

Find, in terms of r, the exact area common to

both circles (shaded in the diagram) .

4

b) i) Draw the graphs of y = 4 cos x and y = 2 x on the same set of

axes for 2n x 2n. 2

ii) Explain why all the solutions of the equation 4 cos x = 2 x must lie

between x = 2 and x = 6. 1

c) Two particles A and B start moving on the x axis at time t = u. The position of

particle A at time t is given by x

A

= 6 +2t

1

2

t

2

and the position of particle

B at time t is given by x

B

= 4 sin t.

i) Find expressions for the velocities of the two particles. 2

ii) Use part (b) of this question to explain why there are exactly two occasions,

t

1

and t

2

, when the two particles have the same velocity. 1

iii) Show that the total distance travelled by particle A between these two

occasions is 3

4 2(t

1

+ t

2

) +

1

2

(t

1

2

+t

2

2

) .

iv) Explain why the two particles can never meet. 2

END OF EXAMINATION

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