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Examination Papers

2005-2010

Page

Solution

Paper 2 - 2005

Paper 2 - 2006

15

Paper 2 - 2007

31

Paper 2 - 2008

47

Paper 2 - 2009

63

Paper 2 - 2010

80

Mathematics

General Proficiency

May 2005

1.

a)

=

=

21

10

63-50

15

-- 13/15

b)

i)

ii)

A:

B:

$33.90

--

c:

--

D:

15

X

100

=$li.25

$31.00

$6.20

=5

108.28 = $16.24

6 x 0.75 = $4.50

6 x 0.40 = $2.40

Total made = $6.90

Total spent = $5.88

necessary

in this case.

= $1.02)

IIPage

a)

ab(5a

ii)

iii)

(3k-l)

(3k+ 1)

2yL4y-y+

2

2y(y - 2) -l(y - 2)

(2y -1) (y - 2)

b)

6xz + 7x - 20

c)

i)

2(x - 3)

= 2x-6

ii)

x + x - 3 + 2x - 6 = 39

4 x - 9 = 39

4x =48

x = 12

i)

3x

3.

+ b)

i)

a)

x = 24

4x=24

x=6

~ students

b)

in this case.

ii)

7 + x

:. 7 + 6 = 1.3. students take only Drama.

i)

y- 5

2

2

= -(x

+ 3)

3

y='3x+2+S

2

y='3x+7

y=mx+c

or

5=-(-3)+c

3

= -2 + c

c=7

ii)

21Page

2 x - 3y = 0

Y = -x

3

+7

-3y = -2x

y=Y

m

-2x

-3

2

-X

3

x +7

3

4.

a)

= rr(7.5)2

= 176.79 em-

= 707.14em2

707.14

176.79

=4

The medium pizza is more than twice as large as the small pizza. It is four

times as large.

b)

SIzeo

f1-0

f me diIUmplzza=--=

.

707.14

3

23571

. em 2

235.71

15.95

= 14.78 em2/$

= 176.79

= 13.65

12.95

em2/$

pizza.

31Page

5.

The graph below shows the answer for 5(a), 5(b) (i) 5(b) (ii) - lern: 1 unit on both

axis.

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c.

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1; ;

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~~"

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;\

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,

.;

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....,

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"

....

I'

.: ' I

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c.

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I: .;

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'I',

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'

".,

cT,

',:

..

, ;t.

"

! ,

:'

"

c)

1.8

tan a =2

a = tan"! 0.9

a = 42

6.

a)

i)

EAD

= 57

= 43

b)

ii)

DAB=108-57

= 51

Since angle of a quadrilateral add up to 360.

Then y = 360 - (51 + 57 + 90)

= 360 -198

= 162

i)

32 + (-3)2 = 9 + 9

=18

ii)

Ifx

Yzy + 5

x-5=Yzy

y=2(x-5)

r1(x) = 2x -10

rl(6) = 2(6) -10

12 -10

=~

iii)

fg(x) = 1fzX2 + 5

f g(2) = 1fz(22) + 5

=Yz(4)+5

=2+5

=Z

SIPage

7.

a)

Height/ern

Cumulative Frequency

$155

10

$160

65

$165

170

$170

280

$175

360

$180

390

$185

400

y

400

3!lO

300

250

~

Q

200

',.~"

150

100

50

!SS

16S

110

H.ipt

61Page

(cmj

,17,S;

1&0

lSS

b)

8.

a)

i)

275 applicants

ii)

167 em

iii)

162.5 em

iv)

95

400

i)

(4

ii)

103

72)

+ (3

x 6)

+2

216

(8 X 112) + (3 x 10) + 2

1000

~------~------------------------

iii)

b)

(a - b) (a - b) (a + b) + ab(a + b)

= (a - b) (a- - b2) + a-b + ab= a3 - ab- - a-b + b3 + a2b + ab= a3 - ab- + ab- - a-b + a2b + b3

= a3 + b3

__

n3__

Difference

of squares

(a - b)(a

+ b) = aL

71Page

b'

9.

a)

5xz + 2x-7

5(xZ + ~x) - 7

5

5

1

Sex +_)25

b)

c)

7-1

5

i)

- 7-

ii)

S(x + !)2 = 36

5

(x + !)2 = 36

5

25

+ ~ = ../36/25

1

x=--+5

-5

E"Ith er

x = - -1 + -6

5

5

7

x=----

or

=1

d)

v

81Page

10.

a)

i)

40-0_'J.77/2

".,J,LL

m

15-0

--

== gradient

Acceleration

of first portion

Distance travelled =

ii)

22

of graph

(40 + 50)

= 10(90)

= 9.illlm

20

b)

c)

= 6km/h

i)

12km

2h

ii)

iii)

~=8km/h

i)

x=6

ii)

x~6

1.5

y>-x +5

- 8

each line.

y<-x+5

-6

li.

a)

i)

x

7.5

"Sine rule:

triangle.

pL-

"h

ab sin C

= Area

of

~ Q

91Page

1h

(7.5) (4.5)Sin

= 13.5

0'

13.5

S InO' =--

16.875

0"'

0"'

b)

ii)

1h

i)

a)

= sino! 0.8

= 53

= 54 cm2

180 - 136 44

SJM = 442

b)

SJM = JMK

22 (alternate

:. JKM 180 - (124 + 22)

180-146

34

=

=

=

ii)

a)

MJ

angles)

50

--

sin 136

sin22

MJ =9.2..Zm

b)

JK

92.7

sin 22

sin 34

--=-JK

=Qllm

12.

a)

17N

10

I P age

A-Antigua

B - Belize

G - Greenwich

E - Equator

Meridian

b)

C = 2 x 3.14 x 6400

= 40192

= 40192 cos17

= 38423.6

1

= 38423.6 (~)

360

::::2776km

c)

1 = 40192 (~)

360

::::6140km

13.

a)

i)

AB=DC

Therefore.

ii)

AB = 3K

BD=BA+/iD

= - 3K - 3y

1 ---->

---.-.

Hi)

DP=--BD

3

1

=x+y

b)

AP=AD+DP

+x +y

=x 2y

= -3y

c)

PH=PD+DE

= -x - y

and

3

+ -2

::::Yzx-y

=>

fiE

liP+ PH

=X

3

::::-x -

2y

-x

- Y

2

3y

AP=2PH

lllPage

d)

DA == 3 G)

=G)

IDAI = .../3

+ 32 = ..JI8

AB=AP+PE

=X

2y

+ lh X

= 2"X - 3y

= ~(~)- 3G)

=

G) - (D

==

(~3)

IABI = J 02 + (-3)2

DE

=~ =3

=~ (~)

= (~)

IDEI == .../3

+ 02

=~

=3

o '-----t+----"

12

I P age

14.

a)

i)

= 30 - 35

= -5

=> M is a non-singular matrix

ii)

-5

-7 2

iii)

iv)

(X) =

0)

(10 1

Y

=~

(X)Y

= ~ (-130)

-5

-5

(15

-7

(-45 - 85)

(X)Y

b)

1

-5

21

34

55

= 26

y =:.11

(-1 1)

0

i)

R=

ii)

N= (-10 - ~)

iii)

T= (~3)

rotation for iT' in the

anuclockwlse direction

about the

origine:,:! -::::)

13IPage

iv)

RN=(~1

~)(-~

= (~

-~)

pI = (~

_~)

(161)

(-1~)

pl = (6. -11)

P"

(-=-136)

P" = (-3.

141 P age

-16)

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