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1998

MATHEMATICS

2/3 UNIT (COMMON)

Time allowedThree hours

(Plus 5 minutes reading time)

DIRECTIONS TO CANDIDATES

All necessary working should be shown in every question. Marks may be deducted for

careless or badly arranged work.

You may ask for extra Writing Booklets if you need them.

584

QUESTION 1. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) Express as a recurring decimal.

(b) Simplify .

(c) A coin is tossed three times. What is the probability that heads appears every

time?

(d) Find a primitive of x

2

+ 7.

(e) Find the exact value of .

(f) By rationalising the denominators, express in simplest form.

(g) A merchant buys tea from a wholesaler and then sells it at a profit of 375%. If

the merchant sells a packet of tea for $308, what price does he pay to the

wholesaler per packet of tea?

2

2

1

3 2

1

3 2

+

+

2 sin sin

4

2

3

2

2

1 5 8

1

3

11

2

Marks

QUESTION 2. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) Differentiate the following functions:

(i)

(ii)

(iii) .

(b) Evaluate the following integrals:

(i)

(ii) .

(c) Find . 2

x

x

dx

2

3 +

e dx

x 4

0

3

1

2

1

2

x

dx

4

tan x

x

x x sin + ( ) 1

3 4

2

5

x +

( )

6

3

Marks

QUESTION 3. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

The diagram shows points A(1, 0), B(4, 1) and C(1, 6) in the Cartesian plane.

Angle ABC is .

Copy or trace this diagram into your Writing Booklet.

(a) Show that A and C lie on the line 3x + y = 3.

(b) Show that the gradient of AB is .

(c) Show that the length of AB is units.

(d) Show that AB and AC are perpendicular.

(e) Find tan.

(f) Find the equation of the circle with centre A that passes through B.

(g) The point D is not shown on the diagram. The point D lies on the line 3x + y = 3

between A and C, and AD = AB. Find the coordinates of D.

(h) On your diagram, shade the region satisfying the inequality 3x + y 3. 1

2

2

2

1

1 10

1

1

3

2

A

B

C

y

x

O

NOT TO SCALE

4

Marks

QUESTION 4. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) The following table lists the values of a function for three values of x.

Use these three function values to estimate by:

(i) Simpsons rule

(ii) the trapezoidal rule.

(b) The third term of an arithmetic series is 32 and the sixth term is 17.

(i) Find the common difference.

(ii) Find the sum of the first ten terms.

(c) The first term of a geometric series is 16 and the fourth term is

1

4

.

(i) Find the common ratio.

(ii) Find the limiting sum of the series.

(d) The equation of a parabola is .

(i) Find the coordinates of the vertex of the parabola.

(ii) Find the equation of the directrix of the parabola.

3 x y

2

8 3 = + ( )

2

3

f x dx ( )

1

3

30

43

20

90

10

17

x

f (x)

4

5

Marks

QUESTION 5. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

The diagram shows a regular pentagon ABCDE. Each of the sides AB, BC, CD,

DE and EA is of length x metres. Each of the angles ABC, BCD, CDE,

DEA and EAB is 108. Two diagonals, AD and BD, have been drawn.

Copy or trace the diagram into your Writing Booklet.

(i) State why triangle BCD is isosceles, and hence find CBD.

(ii) Show that triangles BCD and DEA are congruent.

(iii) Find the size of ADB.

(iv) Find an expression for the area of the pentagon in terms of x and

trigonometric ratios.

(b) The population P of a city is growing at a rate that is proportional to the current

population. The population at time t years is given by

P = Ae

kt

,

where A and k are constants.

The population at time t = 0 was 1 000 000 and at time t = 2 was 1 072 500.

(i) Find the value of A.

(ii) Find the value of k.

(iii) At what time will the population reach 2 000 000?

4

8

E C

A

D

B

(a)

6

Marks

QUESTION 6. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) A particle P moves along a straight line for 8 seconds, starting at the fixed

point S at time t = 0. At time t seconds, P is x(t) metres to the right of S. The

graph of x(t) is shown in the diagram.

(i) At approximately what times is the velocity of the particle equal to 0?

(ii) At approximately what time is the acceleration of the particle equal to 0?

(iii) At approximately what time is the distance from S greatest?

(iv) At approximately what time is the particle moving with the greatest

velocity?

(b) The function has first derivative and

second derivative .

(i) Find the value of x for which y = f (x) has a stationary point.

(ii) Find the values of x for which f (x) is increasing.

(iii) Find the value of x for which y = f (x) has a point of inflection and

determine where the graph of y = f (x) is concave upwards.

(iv) Sketch the curve y = f (x) for

1

2

x 4.

(v) Describe the behaviour of the graph for very large positive values of x.

f x xe e

x x

( ) =

2 2

4 4

7 f x e xe

x x

( ) =

2 2

2 f x xe

x

( ) = +

2

1

x

t

O

3 6

5

7

Marks

QUESTION 7. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) (i) Write down the discriminant of 3x

2

+ 2x + k.

(ii) For what values of k does 3x

2

+ 2x + k = 0 have real roots?

(b) Consider the function .

(i) Find the equation of the tangent to the graph of the function at .

(ii) Find the maximum and minimum values of in the

interval 0 x 2.

The diagram shows a sector of a circle with radius r cm. The angle at the centre

is radians and the perimeter of the sector is 8 cm.

(i) Find an expression for r in terms of .

(ii) Show that A, the area of the sector in cm

2

, is given by

.

(iii) If , find the maximum area and the value of for which this

occurs.

0

2

A =

+ ( )

32

2

2

r

(c)

1 3 + + sin cos x x

x =

5

6

5 y x x = + + 1 3sin cos

2

8

Marks

QUESTION 8. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) Sand is tipped from a truck onto a pile. The rate, R kg/s, at which the sand is

flowing is given by the expression R = 100t t

3

, for 0 t T, where t is

the time in seconds after the sand begins to flow.

(i) Find the rate of flow at time t = 8.

(ii) What is the largest value of T for which the expression for R is physically

reasonable?

(iii) Find the maximum rate of flow of sand.

(iv) When the sand starts to flow, the pile already contains 300 kg of sand.

Find an expression for the amount of sand in the pile at time t .

(v) Calculate the total weight of sand that was tipped from the truck in the

first 8 seconds.

The diagram shows the graph of y = log

2

x between x = 1 and x = 8. The

shaded region, bounded by y = log

2

x, the line y = 3, and the x and y axes, is

rotated about the y axis to form a solid.

(i) Show that the volume of the solid is given by

.

(ii) Hence find the volume of the solid.

V e dy

y

=

ln 4

0

3

5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1

2

3

y

x

y = log

2

x

O

(b)

7

9

Marks

QUESTION 9. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) Solve ln(7x 12) = 2 lnx .

The diagram shows the graphs of the functions y = cos 2x and y = sin x

between and . The two graphs intersect at and .

Calculate the area of the shaded region.

In the diagram, ABCD is a rectangle and AB = 2AD. The point Mis the midpoint

of AD. The line BM meets AC at X.

(i) Show that the triangles AXM and BXC are similar.

(ii) Show that 3CX = 2AC.

(iii) Show that 9(CX)

2

= 5(AB)

2

.

6

A B

D C

M

X

(c)

x =

2

x =

6

x =

2

x =

2

4 y

x

1

1

y = sin x

y = cos 2 x

2

O

(b)

2

10

Marks

QUESTION 10. Use a SEPARATE Writing Booklet.

(a) A game is played in which two coloured dice are thrown once. The six faces of

the blue die are numbered 4, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12. The six faces of the pink die are

numbered 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 and 13. The player wins if the number on the pink die is

larger than the number on the blue die.

(i) By drawing up a table of possible outcomes, or otherwise, calculate the

probability of the player winning a game.

(ii) Calculate the probability that the player wins at least once in two

successive games.

(b) A fish farmer began business on 1 January 1998 with a stock of 100 000 fish. He

had a contract to supply 15 400 fish at a price of $10 per fish to a retailer in

December each year. In the period between January and the harvest in December

each year, the number of fish increases by 10%.

(i) Find the number of fish just after the second harvest in December 1999.

(ii) Show that F

n

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

F

n

= 154 000 54 000 (11)

n

.

(iii) When will the farmer have sold all his fish, and what will his total

income be?

(iv) Each December the retailer offers to buy the farmers business by paying

$15 per fish for his entire stock. When should the farmer sell to

maximise his total income?

End of paper

7

5

11

Marks

12

STANDARD INTEGRALS

x dx

n

x n x n

x

dx x x

e dx

a

e a

ax dx

a

ax a

ax dx

a

ax a

ax dx

a

ax a

ax ax dx

a

ax

n n

ax ax

=

+

<

= >

=

+

1

1

1 0 0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

2

, ;

ln ,

,

cos sin ,

sin cos ,

sec tan ,

sec tan sec ,

, if

aa

a x

dx

a

x

a

a

a x

dx

x

a

a a x a

x a

dx x x a x a

x a

dx x x a

x x x

e

+

=

= +

( )

> >

+

= + +

( )

=

0

1 1

0

1

0

1

0

1

2 2

1

2 2

1

2 2

2 2

2 2

2 2

tan ,

sin , ,

ln ,

ln

ln log , NOTE : >> 0

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