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Number

1. Differentiates M1

A1,

6 x 8 y dy

dx

2,

to obtain :

....................... (6 x dy

dx

6 y) 0 +(B1)

dy 2 6 x 6 y

dx 6x 8y

dx , to give dy

dx = 108 M1, A1

or finds c and uses y (their gradient ) x " c"

2. 3

(a) x 0 16 8 16 4

y 1 1.20269

(2)

M1 for one correct, A1 for all correct

1 M1 A1

(b) Integral = 1 1.4142 2(1.01959 ... 1.20269)

2 16

x 9.02355 = 0.8859 A1 cao

32 (3)

Percentage error = 100 = 0.51 % (allow 0.5% to 0.54% for A1) M1 A1 (2)

0.88137

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approx ln (1 2 )

M1 gained for

ln (1 2 )

January 2006 6666 Core Mathematics C4 Mark Scheme

Number

u 2 1 M1

3. Uses substitution to obtain x = f(u) ,

2

du M1

and to obtain u const. or equiv.

dx

3(u 2 1) A1

Reaches 2u udu or equivalent

2 3 M1

Simplifies integrand to 3u 2 du or equiv.

M1 A1√

Integrates to 1

2 u 3 23 u

Uses new limits 3 and 1 substituting and subtracting (or returning to function of x

with old limits)

M1

To give 16 cso A1

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“By Parts”

Attempt at “ right direction” by parts M1

1

1

[ 3 x 2 x 1)

2

– { 3 2 x 1 dx } ] M1{M1A1}

2

3

……………. – 2 x 12 M1A1√

January 2006 6666 Core Mathematics C4 Mark Scheme

4.

Attempts V = x 2 e2 x dx M1

x 2e2 x

= xe2 x dx (M1 needs parts in the correct direction) M1 A1

2

2

e 2 x xe 2 x e2x

= [x dx ] (M1 needs second application of parts) M1 A1√

2 2 2

xe

2x

M1A1√ refers to candidates dx , but dependent on prev. M1

2

e 2 x xe 2 x e 2 x

= [x ]

A1 cao

2 2 4

Substitutes limits 3 and 1 and subtracts to give… [dep. on second and third Ms] dM1

A1

[8]

[Omission of loses first and last marks only]

January 2006 6666 Core Mathematics C4 Mark Scheme

Number

A1, A1

To obtain A = 3, and C = 4

(4)

M1

(b) Writes 3(1 3 x)1 4(2 x) 2

(M1, A1)

= 3(1 3 x, 9 x 2 27 x 3 ......) +

2 3

4 (2) x (2)(3) x (2)(3)(4) x ( M1 A1 )

(1 +….)

4 1 2 1.2 2 1.2.3 2

= 4 8 x, 27 34 x 2 80 12 x3 ... A1, A1

(7)

(M1A1)

2 3

(2) x (2)(3) x (2)(3)(4) x

¼ (1 ) (M1A1)

1 2 1.2 2 1.2.3 2

= 4 8 x, 27 34 x 2 80 12 x3 ... A1, A1

(7)

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January 2006 6666 Core Mathematics C4 Mark Scheme

6. (a) (3)

8 1

12 1 =0 M1

(b) 14 1

8 12 14 0 A1

Then substitutes value for to give P at the point (6, 10, 16) (any form) M1, A1

(5)

OP = 36 100 256 M1

(c)

(= 392 ) 14 2 A1 cao

(2)

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dV

4 r 2 B1

dr (1)

7. (a)

dr dV dr 1000 M1,A1

Uses . in any form, =

(2)

(b) dt dt dV 4 r 2 (2t 1) 2

2

V 1000(2t 1) dt and integrate to p (2 t 1) 1 , = 500(2t 1) 1 ( c) M1, A1

(c)

1

V 500(1 ) (any form) A1

2t 1 (4)

(d)

3V

then use r 3 to give r , = 4.77 M1, A1

4 (3)

dr

0.0289 ( 2.90 x10 2 ) ( cm/s) AG A1

dt (2)

[12]

January 2006 6666 Core Mathematics C4 Mark Scheme

5

8. (a) Solves y = 0 cost 1

2 to obtain t or (need both for A1)

3 3

dx

(b) 1 2 cos t

dt

5 5

3 3

2

Area= = AG

3 3

(c)

Area

= 1 4 cos t 4 cos 2 tdt 3 terms

= 1 4 cos t 2(cos 2t 1)dt (use of correct double angle formula)

= 3t 4sin t sin 2t

5

Substitutes the two correct limits t and and subtracts.

3 3

= 4 3 3

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