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General Certificate of Education

Mathematics 6360

MPC4 Pure Core 4

Mark Scheme

2005 examination June series

Mark schemes are prepared by the Principal Examiner and considered, together with the relevant

questions, by a panel of subject teachers. This mark scheme includes any amendments made at

the standardisation meeting attended by all examiners and is the scheme which was used by them

in this examination. The standardisation meeting ensures that the mark scheme covers the

candidates responses to questions and that every examiner understands and applies it in the

same correct way. As preparation for the standardisation meeting each examiner analyses a

number of candidates scripts: alternative answers not already covered by the mark scheme are

discussed at the meeting and legislated for. If, after this meeting, examiners encounter unusual

answers which have not been discussed at the meeting they are required to refer these to the

Principal Examiner.

It must be stressed that a mark scheme is a working document, in many cases further developed

and expanded on the basis of candidates reactions to a particular paper. Assumptions about

future mark schemes on the basis of one years document should be avoided; whilst the guiding

principles of assessment remain constant, details will change, depending on the content of a

particular examination paper.

M

m or dM

A

B

E

or ft or F

CAO

CSO

AWFW

AWRT

ACF

AG

SC

OE

A2,1

x EE

NMS

PI

SCA

mark is dependent on one or more M marks and is for method

mark is dependent on M or m marks and is for accuracy

mark is independent of M or m marks and is for method and accuracy

mark is for explanation

incorrect result

correct answer only

correct solution only

anything which falls within

anything which rounds to

any correct form

answer given

special case

OE

2 or 1 (or 0) accuracy marks

deduct x marks for each error

no method shown

possibly implied

substantially correct approach

MC

MR

RA

FW

ISW

FIW

BOD

WR

FB

NOS

G

c

sf

dp

mis-copy

mis-read

required accuracy

further work

ignore subsequent work

from incorrect work

given benefit of doubt

work replaced by candidate

formulae book

not on scheme

graph

candidate

significant figure(s)

decimal place(s)

No method shown:

Correct answer without working

Incorrect answer without working

mark as in scheme

zero marks unless specified otherwise

2 or more complete attempts, neither/none crossed out

1 complete and 1 partial attempt, neither crossed out

mark rounded down

award credit for the complete solution only

appropriate

MPC4

Q

1(a)

Solution

R = 5 or 1+ 22 or 2.23 or 2.24

sin 1

=

cos 2

(b)

= 26.6!

sin ( x + 26.6 ) =

(b)

3 (a)

(b)

m1

B1

A1

m1A1

m1

A1

2x 2

2x 1

2x 1 1

1

= x2 + 1

2x 1

2x 1

1

2

A1B1

Total

1 3

2 2 2

1

=1+ x +

x

2

2

= (1 + 2 x )

equations

Use of lns for either integral

ft A and B

M1M1

x 2 ( 2 x 1)

(1 + x )

M1

M1A1

4 (a)

B1 x = 0!

lose if extra solution in range

SC calculator trace:126.9 full marks

SC ft from 63.4

1

1 1

1

f = 2 + 2 2 = 1

2

2 2

2

CAO

SC 63.4 1/2

M1

x=

x2 +

(c)

Total

1

B = 1

2

1

2

x + 3 2 x 1 dx

1

= 2 ln ( x + 3) ln ( 2 x 1)( + c )

2

Total

2x 1

(b)

M1A1

Comments

M1

3 x 5 = A ( 2 x 1) + B ( x + 3)

x = 3 A = 2,

Total

1

x = sin 1

26.6

5

x = 0

x = 126.8(126.9, or 127 or

126 with working)

2 (a)

Marks

B1

1

Allow M1 for f

2

Long division: M1for their complete

attempt

Reasonable start, complete method

Could be done by long division, which

may have been done in (a)

a = 1 CAO b = 1 ft part (a)

M1A1

1

3

x + x 2 but simplification not required

2

8

1

2

B1

1 + 2x

1

3

2

= 1 ( 2x) + ( 2x)

2

8

3

= 1 x + x2

2

3

2

1 ( 0.1) + ( 0.1) ( = 1.115 )

2

1

5

(1 0.2 ) 2 = ;

2

2 1.115 = 2.23 5

M1

A1

3

CAO

M1

Attempt to substitute in

M1

Link between

A1

Total

3

3

8

1

5

and

2

1 + 2x

MPC4 (cont)

Q

5 (a)

1

t=

2

1

(b) t =

y

Solution

x=3

Marks

B1B1

y=2

x=2

1

+y

y

xy = 2 + y 2

M1

xy y 2 = 2

A1

dy

dy

+ y, 2 y

=0

x

dx

dx

At (3, 2)

Total

2

M1

A1A1

A1

OR

Parametric differentiation:

dy dy 1

1 1

=

= 2

1

dx dt dx

t

2 2

dt

t

1

2

=y

t2

dy

4

=

=2

y=2

dx 2 4

OR

x = y + 2 y 1 M1

Attempt to eliminate t

SC verification using t

AG; convincingly found

Attempt chain rule, PI

(M1)

(A1A1)

(B1)

M1A1

B1

10

1

M1

A1

1

Or sub t = ; 4 in numerator is sufficient

2

for this

AG; convincingly obtained

dx

= 1 2 y 2 M1A1A1

dy

dy

1 1

= 2 A1

= 1 = B1

2 2

dx

Total

6 (a)

(b) (i) A = B = x

cos 2 x = cos 2 x sin 2 x

(ii)

2

M1

M1

= 4 cos3 x 3cos x

A1

cos3 x =

1

( cos 3x + 3cos x )

4

ft (a)and (b)(i)

A1

3

(c)

4

Ignore middle sign

M1

2

1 1

0 cos xdx = 4 3 sin 3x + 3sin x 0

3

1 1

2

+ 3 =

4 3

3

A1A1

M1

A1

Total

5

12

1/2

dy

dy

but not " = ..."

dx

du

RHS = 0

Use of (3, 2)

B1

m1

dy

dy

+24

=0

dx

dx

dy

=2

dx

Comments

Use of limits

AG

MPC4 (cont)

Q

7 (a)

"""""#

AB =

Solution

( 2 1)

Marks

+ ( 1 4 ) + ( 3 2 )

2

= 27 = 3 3

(b)

1 1

-5 -1 = 1 + 5 + 1

1 1

Total

OE

M1

A1

Comments

1

"""$

Their AB -1

1

M1

1

Their scalar product = 1 3 3 cos

1

M1

7 = 3 3 3 cos

(c)(i)

2+

"""#

OP = 1

3 +

p

p

p

cos =

7

9

1+

"""#

AP = 5

1 +

A1

p

p

p

7 + 3p = 0

7

p=

3

m1

A1

= 7 + 3p

"""$

Finding AP

M1A1

1

"""#

AP 1 = (1 + p ) ( 5 p ) + (1 + p )

1

(ii)

AG

SC working with instead of p giving

7 + 3

3/4

M1

1 4 2

P is , ,

3 3 3

A1A1

Total

12

MPC4 (cont)

Q

Solution

8(a)(i) t = 0

x = 15 + 70e

40

M1

A1

60 15

= e 40

x = 60

70

t

45

ln =

40

70

t = 17.67 18 minutes

dx

M1

A1

dt

e 40 =

Correct expression and used

A1A1

70

t = 40ln

x 15

70

x 15

x 15 = 70e

M1

A1

t

( +c )

40

(0, 85) c = ln 70

t

= ln 70 ln ( x 15 )

40

Their 6015

m1

x 15 = 40

ln ( x 15 ) =

(ii)

B1

Comments

30

= 48.06 48C

(b)(i)

Total

x = 85

(ii) t = 30

(iii)

Marks

m1

A1

towards x =

M1

t

40

M1A1

Total

Total

2

14

75

appear in expression

Manipulate to t = .

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