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P age 2

LIST O F FO RMU LAE

Volume

of a pri sm

v

=

Ah whe re A is t he a rea of a c ross -section and h is t h e p erp endic ul a r

len gth .

 

Volume

o f c ylind er

v

= n rh where r is the ra dius

o f th e b ase

and

h i s t he

perpen dicu l ar

he i gh t.

 

.

Volume

of a

right py ra mid

V

= } Ah where A is th e a rea of the base an d h is the perpendicular h eight.

Circumferen ce

C

= 2nr wh ere

r is the radi us of the

circle .

Arc length

s = ~

 

x

2nr

where 8 is the a ngle

s ubten ded b y the a rc, meas ured in

 
 

360

 

de grees.

 

Area

o f a

c ircle

A

=

tt r' w here r

is the ra d ius o f th e circle .

 
 

8

Area o f a se ctor

 

A

=

3 60

x nr 2

where 8 is the ang le of the sector, measured in de grees .

Area

of

trap e zium

A = t

(a + b ) h where a and b are the

len gths of the p ara llel s ides and

h is

the perpendic ular distance b etween the p arallel side s .

R oot s of quadratic equat ions

Tri gon ometric ratios

Area of triangl e

Ifa x 2 + bx + c = 0 , 2 -b ± .Jb 4a c
Ifa x 2
+
bx
+ c
=
0 ,
2
-b ± .Jb
4a c
-
then
x
=
-
---- ­
2a
sin 8
= opposite side
h ypoten use
co s 8
= adjacent side
hypot en use
Adjacent
t an 8
= opposite side
a djacent side

Opposite

Area of II = 1 bh where b is t he len gth of t he ba se and h is

2

t he perpendicu lar hei ght

Area o f MBC

=

t a b sin

C

Sine rule

Cosi ne ru le

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ArcaO fL'.A::b~~S (s -a) ( s -b) (S -cC)~a

 

!h

C

A

where s

 
 

2

 

<

b

»

 

a

b

c

si n A

sinB

sin C

a 2

=

b 2

+ c 2

-

2b c co s A

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SECTION I

Answer ALL the questions in this section.

1.

All working must be clearly shown.

  • (a) Using a calculator, or otherwise, determine the EXACT value of:

(i)

(ii)

2_ 1

4

+

1_1

8

4_ 1

2

3.96

x

0.25

 

expressing your answer as a fraction

(

3 marks)

-

( 3 marks)

 
  • (b) The table below shows Pamela's shopping bill. included.

Some of the information was not

Items

Quantity

Unit Price

Total Cost

$

$

Rice

6 2

1

kg

2.40

0

Potatoes

4 bags

 

0

52.80

Milk

o cartons

2.35

14.10

Sub Total

82.50

0% VAT

9.90

TO Ti\L

92.40

Calculate the values of W, X, Yand Z.

( 5 marks)

Total 11 marks

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2.

  • (a) Write as a single fraction in its lowest terms

 

x-2

+

x+ 1

.

(

3 marks)

 

3

4

  • (b) The binary operation * is

defi ned by

 

a * b

==

(a + b)2

-

2ab.

Calculate the value of 3 * 4.

 

( 2 marks)

  • (c) Factorise completely

 

(i)

( 2 marks)
 

(

2 marks)

(ii)

2mh

-

2nh

-

3mk +

3nk.

(

2 marks)

  • (d) The table below shows corresponding values of the variables x and y, where y varies directly as x.

x

2

5

b

y

12

a

48

Calculate the values of a and b.

(

3 marks)

Total 12 marks

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  • 3. (a)

The Venn diagram below shows the number of students who study Music and Art in a class of 35 students.

U

{students in the class}

M

{students who study Music}

A

{students

who study Art}

u M A x+5 8 x 4
u
M
A
x+5
8
x
4
 

(i)

How many students study neither Art nor Music?

 

(

1 mark)

(ii)

Calculate the value of x.

 

(

3 marks)

(iii)

Hence, state the number of students who study Music only.

(

1 mark)

(b)

(i)

Using a ruler, pencil, a pair of compasses and a protractor, draw accurately

 

a quadrilateral EFGH using the following measurements:

 

EF== 8 em

<EFG == 125°

FG == 4

em

<HEF == 70°

EH == 7 em

 

(

5 marks)

 

(ii)

Measure and state in centimetres, the length of GH.

 

(

1 mark)

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4.

(a)

(i)

(ii)

Solve the inequality: 5 -

2x < 9

(

2 marks)

(

1 mark)

(

3 marks)

( 4 marks)

If x is an integer, determine the SMALLEST value ofx that satisfies the inequality

in (a) (i) above.

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  • (b) In this question, use TC ==

    • (i) Apiece of wire is bent to form a square of area 121 crrr'.

Calculate:

  • a) The length of each side of the square

(ii)

  • b) The

perimeter of the square

The same piece of wire is bent to form a circle.

Calculate:

  • a) The radius of the circle

b)

The area of the circle

Total 10 marks

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5.

  • (a) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows Ll OMN, and its image, Ll OM N' under an enlargement with centre, 0, and scale factor, k. Angle ONM= 90°.

Page 7 5. (a) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows Ll OMN, and its
Page 7 5. (a) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows Ll OMN, and its

8em

16 em

o

M

U sing the dimensions shown on the diagram, calculate

(i)

the

value of k, the scale factor of the enlargement

(

1 mark)

(ii)

the

length

of OM

(

1 mark)

(iii)

the

length

of OM'.

(

2 marks)

  • (b) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows Ll PQR, which represents the cross section of a roof. QS is perpendicular to PSR.

PQ == 12.6 metres

 

QR == 8.4 metres

L

QPR == 15°

 

s

U sing the dimensions shown on the diagram, calculate, correct

to 3 significant figures

(i)

the

length of QS

 

(

2 marks)

(ii)

the measure of L RQS

 

(

3 marks)

(iii)

the

area of tl PQR.

 

(

3 marks)

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6.

  • (a) The functions f and g are defined by f(x)

=

6x + 8

g (x)

x-2

=

3

(i) Calculate the value of g (1J ( 2 marks) (ii) Write an expression for gf(x)
(i)
Calculate the value of g (1J
(
2 marks)
(ii)
Write an expression for gf(x) in its
simplest form.
(
2 marks)
(iii)
Find the inverse function C''{x).
(
2 marks)
(b)
The diagram below shows the line segment which passes through the points A and B.
Yj
\
-
:~""
~"
~
,,­
~
..
,
~". B
;;
~""
~
"
~,
~
~"
~", ..
~~
~."
L1
~"':
~
,,­
~
~,,-
..
,
~".
v
~".
j\.
~
,~
""
~
i
.....
i····.···
3"[",++,, 4·++···!···· 5+·+·+·· 6++·+·· 7+·+··j·"x
~
-1~flJ:i":f"llii":rl]]'E
"'·f'·····r····"f'·'··l'····
................
'"
':::t:::j::::l:::l::: :::I::::t:::t:::j:::: :::l::l::!::::I::: :::1:::l::l:l:: ::::I::::t:::t::::j:::
Determine
(i)
the
coordinates of A and B
( 2 marks)
(ii)
the gradient of the line segment AB
( 2 marks)
(iii)
the
equation of the line which passes through A and B.
(
2 marks)

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  • 7. TIle table below shows the distribution of the masses of 100 packages.

Mass (kg)

No. of Packages

Cumulative Frequency

1

-

10

12

12

 

11 -20

28

40

21-30

30

 

31-40

22

 

41- 50

 

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  • (a) Copy and complete the table to show the cumulative frequency for the distribution.

 

( 2 marks)

  • (b) U sing a scale of 2 cnl to represent

10 kg

on the x-axis and

1 em

to represent 10

packages on the y-axis, draw the cumulative frequency curve for the data.

 

(

5 marks)

  • (c) Estimate from the graph

 

(i)

the median mass

of the packages

(

2 marks)

(ii)

the probability that a package, chosen at random, has a mass which is LESS than

35 kg.

(

3 marks)

Total 12 marks

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P age 10

  • 8. An answer sheet is provided for this question . T he figure be low shows

the first th ree di a grams i n a seq uence .

Ea ch di agram is m ade up o f

sticks j oined at the ends by t humb tack s .

Th e st icks are

rep resented by lines a nd th e thumb

tacks by dot s. In e ach d iagram, th ere a re t t humb t acks an d s sticks.

Diagram 1 Diag ram 2 Diagram 3 I
Diagram 1
Diag ram 2
Diagram 3
I

On the answer sheet pro vided :

( a) D raw the FO URTH di agram in the s equen c e.

(

2 marks)

(b )

( i)

Ho w

man y

sticks are in t he

SI XT H diagram ?

(

1 mark)

( ii)

How m any thu mb ta cks are in th e SE V EN TH d iagram?

(

1 mark)

  • (c) Comp lete t he t able

by insert ing th e mi ssin g values at t he row s m arked ( i) a nd ( ii).

Cd)

No. of Stick s

Rule Con n ectin g

N o. of Thumb Tac ks

s

t a nd s

t

4

1+( ~ X 4)

4

S

1+ (~ xs)

7

12

1 + ( ~ x12)

10

52

   
 
   

55

(i)

(ii)

(

2 marks)

(

2 marks)

(

2

mark s)

Total 10 marks

Write th e ru le , in t erms o f s an d t, to s how h ow t i s re la ted t o s .

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SECTION II

Answer TWO questions in thi s s ection.

9.

ALGEBRA AND RELA TIO NS, FUN CT ION S AND

GRAPHS

  • (a) S olve th e p air o f s im ultan eous e q ua tions

 

y=x 2 -x +3

 

y

=

6 -

3x

.

(

5

mark s)

(b )

(i )

E xpress

the f u nct ionfi:x) = 4 x 2 -

8x -

2 in th e form

a (x + h? + k , where a , ha nd

 

k ar e co ns tants .

 

( 2 marks)

 

Sta te

(ii)

t

he

m inimum

va

lu e of.f(x)

(

1 mark)

(i ii)

t

he

v alue o f x

fo r wh ichfix ) is a mini

mum .

(

1 mark)

  • (c) The s peed-time gra ph b el ow, raci ng c ar o v er a p eriod o

f 6 0

n o t d ra wn to sc ale, s hows the three- stage journey of a se conds .

Speed ')

(m /s)

!

12t------ ---- -- ------------- -- ;r-- -

I

S econd Stage

-

-

-

­-".

I

I

I

I

1

1

I

I

I

 

0"-

--::':1

x

1 ,-

25

-

-

-- -

-

-

-

-

---.rn-­

During th e F IRST stage of th e journ ey , the c ar inc rease d its spee d from in x sec onds a c cele rating at 0.6 m/ s".

0 m l s t o 12 m ls

( i)

Ca lculate t he val

ue o f x .

(

2 marks)

( ii)

W hat is th e g rad

ient o

f the g raph dur ing the

SE

COND s tage?

Expla in, in one

s entence, wh at the ca r i s d oing durin g this sta ge

.

 

(

2 marks)

( iii)

C alcu late the d istance tr a vell ed b y t he car on th e T HIRD stage o f th e journe y.

 

(

2 marks)

 

Total 15 marks

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MEASUREMENT, GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY

10.

  • (a) In the diagram below, not drawn to scale, W, ~ Yand Z are points 011 tl1e circumference

of a circle, centre

O.

TYV is a tangent to the circle at J:" L XWZ == 64° and L

ZYV == 23 0.

W

x

T

Calculate, giving reasons for your answer, the measure of angle

 

(i)

XYZ

(

2 marks)

(ii)

YXZ

(

2 marks)

(iii)

OXZ.

(

3 marks)

  • (b) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows the route of an aeroplane flying from Portcity (P) to Queenstown (Q) and then to Riversdale (R). The bearing of Q from P is 132° and the angle PQR is 56°.

N

.i

N

Q

(i)

Calculate the value of x, as shown in the diagram.

(

2 marks)

(ii)

The distance from Portcity (P) to Queenstown (Q) is 220 kilometres and the

distance from Queenstown to Riversdale (R) is 360 kilometres.

Calculate the

distance RP.

(

3 marks)

(iii)

Determine the bearing of R from P.

(

3 marks)

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VECTORS AND MATRICES

11.

  • (a) Determine the inverse of the matrix

G :J .

( 2 marks)

  • (b) The transformation, M = (~ oJ' maps the points Rand Tonto R' and T' such that:

R (7, 2) ---~

R' (2, -7) and

..

T(-5,4) --.---

....

T' (4, 5)

  • (i) Determine the values of a and b.

(ii)

Describe fully the transformation, M

  • (c) WXYV is a parallelogram in which ~ VY

=

a

and

VW

~

=

b.

S is a point on WY such that WS : SY = 1

: 2.

( 2 marks)

( 3 marks)

v

b a
b
a

w~

~x

y

  • (i) Write in terms of a and b, an expression for:

(ii)

a)

b)

c)

~

WY

~

JiVS

~

SX

( 5 marks)

R is the mid-point of VW. Prove that R') S and X are collinear,

END OF TEST

( 3 marks)

Total 15 marks

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