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1.

Amanda sells fresh seafood at a market stall, and every day she has a kg of fish, b kg of

crabs and c kg of prawns to sell. She sells fish at $8 per kg, crabs at $12 per kg and

prawns at $10 per kg. However, the cost price of the seafood is different each day, and

the table below shows the cost price of each of the seafood for 3 particular days, and

the profit that Amanda made for each day:

Cost Price of Cost Price

Fish per kg

Crab per kg

$3.10

$5

$3.30

$5.50

$3.70

$5.90

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Prawn per kg

$4.80

$1874.50

$4.40

$1833.50

$4

$1670.50

Amanda sold all her seafood on Day 1 and 2, but was left with 5 kg of fish and 15 kg of

crabs unsold on Day 3. Ignoring the loss incurred by the leftover stock, calculate the

values of a, b and c respectively.

[3]

2.

expressed as (n + 3)(m + n 2).

[2]

Hence find the sum of all odd integers between 100 and 500 which are NOT divisible

by 5.

[4]

3.

Expand 3 x 1 2 x

4

[3]

values of x for which the expansion is valid.

[3]

4

4.

Given that 0 x 1 , write down the first three non-zero terms in the expansion

1

1

of 1 2 , in ascending powers of x. Hence, by putting x in your result, where n is

x

n

an integer to be determined, obtain an approximate value of 37 , correct to 3 decimal

places.

[6]

5.

3(1) n

. Prove that the sequence follows a geometric

23n1

progression and state its first term and common ratio. Find the sum, S n , of the first n

terms of the sequence, leaving your answer in terms of n.

[4]

Find the sum to infinity, S , of the progression and the least value of n for which the

difference between S n and S is less than 1012 .

[4]

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6.

3 x

x ,

f: x

,

x2

x 4 ,

g : x ln(4 x) ,

1

x b where b > 0.

h: x

2,

ex

(i) Show that f is not a one-to-one function. If the domain of f is restricted to [ a, ),

find the least value of a for which f is one-to-one.

[2]

(ii)

found in part (i).

[3]

(iii) Given that the composite function gh is well defined and the range of gh

is (ln 6 , ln12] , find the exact value of b.

[3]

7.

8.

(i)

Hence, without the use of a graphic calculator, solve the inequality

2 x 3

1

[5]

.

2

x 7 x 10 2

(ii)

2ax 2 3

1

, where

2 4

2

a x 7ax 10 2

a 0 , leaving your answer in exact form in terms of a.

[3]

1 sin n 12

cos cos 2 ... cos n

for n

2

2sin 2

N

cos r

, N

, 0 < < .

, N 10 , in the form

r 10

9.

(a)

answer.

(b)

g : x e x 1,

x 0,

[5]

sin a cos b

,

sin 2

[3]

Justify your

[2]

(i)

h : x ln x 2 , x 3.

Show that the function gh exists. Define gh in a similar form and find its

range.

[4]

(ii)

2

[3]

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(iii) State the range of values of x satisfying the equation g 1g( x) gg 1 ( x). [1]

10.

x 3cosec 2 , y 3cot 3 , , 0 .

(i)

Determine the exact values of where C cuts the axes. Hence find the

coordinates of the axial intercepts of C, leaving your answer in exact form.

[4]

(ii)

Determine the Cartesian equation of C, and find the equations of the asymptotes

of C, leaving your answer in exact form.

[4]

(iii) An ellipse has its centre at 2, 3 , width h and height k. Find the equation of the

ellipse in terms of h and k. Given that the ellipse does not intersect C, give the

range of possible values of h and k.

[3]

11.

n

r (r 1)

r 1

Deduce that

r

r 1

1

3

n(n 1)(n 2) .

16 n(n 1)(2n 1) .

[3]

12 2 22 32 2 42 52 2 62 ... 2(n 1)2 n2 ,

where n is an odd integer.

12.

[5]

[4]

x 2 9kx 18k 2

f(x)

, where k is a real constant such that k 0 .

x 2k

(i)

[3]

(ii)

terms of k.

[3]

(iii) Given that C has 0, 9k and 4k , k as its stationary points, sketch the graph

1

, stating clearly the coordinates of the axial intercept(s) and the

f( x)

stationary point(s), and the equation(s) of the asymptote(s) in terms of k where

applicable.

[4]

of y

4 x 2 22kx 28k 2

. By considering g( x) f(ax b) ,

2 x 3k

determine the values of a and b, and hence determine the sequence of transformations

that will transform C to D.

[4]

The curve D has equation g(x)

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