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TEST CODE 01234020
FORM TP 2013092 MAY/JUNE 2013
C A R IBBEA N E XAMI N A T I ONS C O U N C I L
CARIBBEANSECONDARYEDUCATION CERT FICATE
EXAMINATION
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MATHEMATICS
Paper 02- GeneralProficiency
2 hours 40 minutes
( 22MAY2013(a.m.) )
READTHE FOLLOWING INSTRUCT ONSCAREFULLY.
1. Thi spaperconsistsofTWO sect ions.
2. ThereareEIGHT questionsin SectionI andTHREE questionsin SectionII.
3. AnswerALL questions in Section I,andanyTWO ques tionsfrom Section II.
4. Writeyour answe rsinthebookletprovided.
5. All working mustbeclearly shown.
6. Alistofformulaeis providedon page2 ofthis booklet.
RequiredExa minati onMateri als
Electronic calculator
Geometry set
Graphpaper(provided)
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LIST OF FORMULAE
Volume ofaprism
Volumeofcylinder
Volume ofarightpyramid
Circumference
Arc length
Area ofacircle
Areaofasector
Area oftrapezium
Trigonometricratios
Area oftriangle
Sinerule
Cosinerule
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v = Ah whereA isthe areaofacross-sectionand h isthe perpendicular
length.
v=rr/h wherer istheradiusof thebaseandh istheperpendicularheight.
v = tAh whereA isthearea of thebase andh istheperpendicularheight.
C =2rrr wherer isthe radiusofthe circle.
S= X 2rrr where eis the angle subtended by the arc, measured in
degrees.
A = rr/ wherer isthe radiusofthe circle.
A = xrr/where eis the angle of the sector, measured in degrees.
A =t (a + b) h wherea and b arethe lengthsoftheparallelsidesand h is
the perpendiculardistancebetweenthe parallelsides.
Ifax
2
+ bx + c = 0,
- 4ac
then x =
2a
opposite side
sin e
hypotenuse
Opposite
cos o
hypotenuse
oppositeside
Areaof = bh whereb isthe lengthofthe base and h is
the perpendicularheight.
AreaofMBC = tab sin C
AreaofMBC = -a)(s -b)(s - c)
a + b + c
wheres
2
a b c
sinA = sinB = sin C
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SECTIONI
AnswerALLt he questions in thissection.
All workingmust be clearly shown.
1. (a) Usingacalculator,or otherwise,calculate theEXACTvalueof
1---- __1
5 3
(i) (2 marks)
2
2
5
(2 marks)
(b) Smiley OrangeJuice is soldin cartons oftwo different sizes at the prices shown in the
table below.
(ii)
CartonSize Cos t
350ml \$4.20
450ml \$5.13
Which size cartonof orange j uice is the BETTER buy? Justify your answer.
(3 mar ks)
(c) Faye borrowed\$9600at 8% perannumcompound interest.
(i) Calculate the interest on the loanfor the firstyear. (1mark)
At the end of the firstyear, she repaid \$4 368 .
(ii) Howmuchdidshe still oweatthe beginning of the secondyear? (2 marks)
(iii) Calculatethe interest on the remaining balance for thesecondyear. (1mark)
Total 11 ma r ks
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2. (a) Factorize completely:
(i) 2x
3
- 8x (2 marks)
(ii) 3i - 5x - 2 (2 marks)
(b) (i) Make C the s ~ j e of the formula F = ~ C + 32. (2 marks)
(ii) Given that F = 113, calculate the value of C. (1 mark)
(c) 500 tickets were sold for a concert . Of these x tickets were sold at \$6 each, and the
remainder at \$10 each.
(i) Write an expression, in terms of x, for
a) the number of tickets sold at \$ 10 each (1 mark)
b) the TOTAL amount of money coll ected for the sale of the 500 tickets.
(1 mark)
(ii) The sum of \$4108 was collected for the sale of the 500 tickets.
Calculate the number of tickets sold at \$6 eac h. (3 marks)
Tot al 12 marks
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3. (a) A survey ofthe 30 students in Form 5 showed that some students used cameras (C) or
mobilephones(M) totake photographs.
20studentsused mobilephones
4x students used ONLYcameras
x students used BOTHmobile phonesand cameras
2studentsdidnot use eithercamerasor phones.
(i) CopytheVenndiagrambelow andcomplete ittoshow,intermsof x, thenumber
ofstudentsineach region. (3 mar ks)
(ii) Writeanexpression,intermsof x, whichrepresents the TOTALnumberofstudents
inthesurvey. (1 mark)
(iii) Determinethenumberof students inForm5who usedONLYcameras.
(2 marks)
(b) Inthediagram below,not dr awn to scale,AEC andADB are straight lines.
AC = 10 m,AB = 8m andDB = 3.2m.
C
E

(
lom/
(i) Calculate thelengthofBe. (2 marks)
(ii) ExplainwhytrianglesABC andADE are similar. (1 mark)
(iii) DeterminethelengthofDE. (3 mar ks)
Tot al 12 marks
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4. (a) The diagram below shows an isosceles triangle CD. G is the midpoint of CD.
E
c G D
(b)
(i) Measure and state, in cent imetres, the length of DE.
(ii) Measure and state , in degrees, the size of <ECD.
(ii i) Determine the perimeter of the triangle CDE.
(iv) Calculate the area of the triangle CDE.
Y, x" Xz
A (- 1,4) and B (3, 2) are the end points ofa line segment AB.
(i) the gradient of AB
(ii) the coordinates of the midpoint of AS
(iii) the equat ion of the perpendicular bisector of AB .
Determine
(1 mark)
(1 mark)
(2 marks)
(1 mar k)
(2 marks)
(2 marks)
(3 marks)
Total 12 marks
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5. (a) The incomplete table below shows one pair ofvalues for A and R where A is directly
proportionalto the squareof R.
A 36
R :3 5
(i)
(ii)
(ii i)
ExpressA intermsof R anda constantk.
Calculatethe valueof the constantk.
Copyand completethe table.
(1 mark)
(2 mar ks)
(2 marks)
(b) Giventhat/ex) =
(i) /g(2)
(ii) /-1(3)
2x +1
3 andg(x) =4x +5,determinethe valuesof:
(3 mar ks)
(3 marks)
Total 11 marks
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6. (a) Acar,travelling along astraightroad ataconstantspeed of54kmJh,takes20 secondsto
travelthedistancebetween two sign posts.
Calculate
(i) thespeedofthe car in ml s (2 marks)
(ii) the distance, in metres, betweenthetwosign posts. (2 mar ks)
(b) An answersheetispr ovided for thisquestion.
Thegraph below shows triangleLMNanditsimage L' M' N' after undergoingasingle
transformati on.
7
y .......
6
5
3
1
o 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 x
(i) Describefullythetransformationthat maps11 LMNonto11 L' M' N' .
(2 mar ks)
(ii) Ont he answer she et pr ovided,draw triangle L" M" N" the image oftriangle
LMN, after atranslation bythe vector ( . (2marks)
(iii) Name and describe a combinat ion of TWO transformations whi ch maybe used
tomap11 L" M" N" ont o11 L'M' N' . (3 mar ks)
Tot al11marks
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7. The tabl e below shows the amount, to the nearest dollar,spent by a group of40 students at the
schoolcanteen duringaperiodofoneweek.
NumberofSt udents CumulativeFr eq uency Amount Spent (\$)
.
3 1 -10 3
II - 20 7 10
I
2 1- 30 9 19
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3 1- 40 11
41 - 50 8
51- 60 2
(a) Copy andcomplete the tabletoshowthe cumulative frequency. (2 mar ks)
(b) Using a scale of 1 em to represent \$5 ont he horizont al axis and 1 cm to r epresent
5st udents on thevert icalaxis,draw the cumulative frequencygraph forthe data.
(5 marks)
(Mar ks will be awar dedforaxes appropr iat elylabelled, points cor r ectl yplotted, and
a smoot h curvecarefullydrawn.)
(c) Useyour graphto estimate
(i) the median amountofmoney spent (2 mar ks)
(ii) the pro bability that a student chosen at random spent less than \$23 during the
week. (2 marks)
Show on your graph,using broken lines, how t hese estimates were dete r mined.
Tot al11mar ks
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SECTION II
Answer TW O q uestions in this section.
AL GEBRA AND RELATIO NS, F UNCTIO NS AND GRAPH S
9. (a) An answer she et is pr ovided for this q uestion.
Trish wishes to buy x oranges and y mangoes which she intends to carry in her bag. H er
bag has space for only 6 fruits.
(i) Write an inequality to represent this informati on.
(1 mar -
To get a good bargain, she must buy AT LEA ST 2 mangoes.
(ii) Writ e an inequality to repr esent this information. (1 m ar k
More information about the number of oranges and mangoes associated with the good
bargain is represented by
y::: 2x.
(iii) Writ e the inform ation represented by this inequali ty as a sentence in your 0
words. (2 marks
(iv) On the answer sheet provid ed , draw the lines associated with the two inequali ies
obtained in (i ) and (ii) above. (3 ma r ks
(v) Shad e on your graph the region which represents the solution set for the three
inequalities. (1 mark
(b) (i) Writ e 3x
2
- 12x + 8 in the form a (x + hi + k where a, hand k are constants.
(3 mar '
(ii) Sketch the graph of y = 3x
2
- 12x + 8, showing on your sketch
a) the intercept on the y-axis
b) the coordinates of the minimu m point. (4 mar '
Tot al 15 mar -
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MEASUREMENT,GEOMETRYANDTRIGONOMETRY
10. (a) Thediagrambelow,notdrawn toscale,showsacirclewith centreO. EBe isatangent
tothecircle . <OBA =40and<OBF =35.
(i) <EBF (1mark)
(ii) <BOA (2mar ks)
(iii) <AFB (2mar ks)
(iv) <OAF. (2marks)
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(b) Thediagrambelow,notdrawnto scale,showsthreepointsR, SandF onthehorizontal
ground. FT is a verticaltower of height 25 m. The angle of elevation ofthe top of the
tower,T, fromR is27. R isdueeastofF andSisduesouth ofF. SF = 43.3m.
T
~ = : 7 R
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(i)
(i i)
(iii)
(iv)
s
Sketch separate diagrams ofthe triangles RFT, TFS and SFR. Mark on EACH
diagram thegivenmeasures ofsides and angles. (3 marks)
Show, by calculation,thatRF =49.1 m.
Calculate thelengthofSR correctto 1deci mal place.
Calculate the angleofelevation ofthetopofthetower,T, from S.
(2 marks)
(1 mark )
(2 marks)
Total15 marks
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VECTORSAND MATRICES
110 (a) In the diagram below, not drawn to scale, P and Q are the midpo ints of OA and AB
respect ively.

OA =2a and OB = 2b .
B
(i) Expressin termsofa and b thevectors

a) AB (2marks)

b) PQ. (2marks)
(ii) Stat eTWO geometricalrelationships thatexistbetween OB and PQ.