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9231/11

FURTHER MATHEMATICS

Paper 1

May/June 2014

3 hours

Answer Booklet/Paper

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Results obtained solely from a graphic calculator, without supporting working or reasoning, will not receive

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The equation x3 + px + q = 0, where p and q are constants, with q 0, has one root which is the

reciprocal of another root. Prove that p + q2 = 1.

[5]

[1]

n

r=1

r=1

Use the method of differences together with the standard results for r and r2 to show that

n

r3 = 14 n2 n + 12 .

4

r=1

112n + 25n + 22

is divisible by 24.

[6]

dx

d2 x

6

+ 25x = 195 sin 2t.

2

dt

dt

6

The curve C has polar equation r = a1 + sin , where a is a positive constant and 0 < 2. Draw

[2]

a sketch of C.

Find the exact value of the area of the region enclosed by C and the half-lines = 13 and = 23 . [4]

2 1

1

3

2

0

0

5

M=

.

2 11

6 2

3 19

10 3

(i) Find the rank of M and state a basis for the range space of T.

[4]

[4]

5t 10t3 + t5

,

tan 5 =

1 10t2 + 5t4

where t = tan .

[4]

Deduce that the roots of the equation t4 10t2 + 5 = 0 are tan 15 and tan 25 .

[3]

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x = t2 ,

y = t 13 t3 ,

for 0 t 1.

Find

[5]

(ii) the surface area generated when C is rotated through 2 radians about the x-axis.

[5]

2

M=

2

3

2

2 ,

7

2

1

6

0

has an eigenvector

1 . Find the corresponding eigenvalue.

1

[2]

a b c

A=

d

g

e

h

f ,

i

1 + 2 + 3 = a + e + i

and

Use these results to nd the other two eigenvalues of the matrix M, and nd corresponding

eigenvectors.

[8]

10

It is given that In =

1

4

sin2n x

dx, where n 0. Show that

cos x

In In+1

1

4

11

2 n+ 2

.

=

2n + 1

sin6 x

73 2.

dx = ln1 + 2 120

cos x

5

[5]

The line l1 passes through the points A 2, 3, 5 and B 8, 7, 13. The line l2 passes through the

[5]

points C 2, 1, 8 and D 3, 1, 4. Find the shortest distance between the lines l1 and l2 .

The plane 1 passes through the points A, B and D. The plane 2 passes though the points A, C

and D. Find the acute angle between 1 and 2 , giving your answer in degrees.

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The curve C has parametric equations

x = t2 ,

y = 2 t 2 ,

for 0 t 2.

Find

(i)

d2 y

in terms of t,

dx2

[5]

[6]

(iii) the y-coordinate of the centroid of the region enclosed by C, the x-axis and the y-axis.

[3]

OR

The curve C has equation

ax2 + bx + c

,

x+d

where a, b, c and d are constants. The curve cuts the y-axis at 0, 2 and has asymptotes x = 2 and

y = x + 1.

(i) Write down the value of d.

[1]

[6]

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