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Mark Scheme (Pre-standardisation)

June 2013

GCE Core Mathematics C3 (6665/01)

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General Marking Guidance

All candidates must receive the same treatment. Examiners must


mark the first candidate in exactly the same way as they mark the
last.

Mark schemes should be applied positively. Candidates must be


rewarded for what they have shown they can do rather than
penalised for omissions.

Examiners should mark according to the mark scheme not according


to their perception of where the grade boundaries may lie.

There is no ceiling on achievement. All marks on the mark scheme


should be used appropriately.

All the marks on the mark scheme are designed to be awarded.


Examiners should always award full marks if deserved, i.e. if the
answer matches the mark scheme.
Examiners should also be
prepared to award zero marks if the candidates response is not
worthy of credit according to the mark scheme.

Where some judgement is required, mark schemes will provide the


principles by which marks will be awarded and exemplification may
be limited.

When examiners are in doubt regarding the application of the mark


scheme to a candidates response, the team leader must be
consulted.

Crossed out work should be marked UNLESS the candidate has


replaced it with an alternative response.

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Question
Q
N
Number

1.

S
Scheme

Marks

(a) x 2 + 3 x + 2 = ( x + 2)( x + 1)

B1

6 x + 12 2(
2 x + 3x + 2)
2
6 2(xx + 1)
or
2
x + 3x + 2
x +1
2

Attem
mpt as a singgle fraction

4 2x
x +1

M1
A1

(
(3)
me shape B1
Sam
(bb)(i)
interceept at (0,8) B1
x interceept at (1,0) B1

(
(3)
(bb)(ii)
Correct shaape in quadrrants 1& 2 B1
Both (0,2)) and (4,0) B1

(
(2)
(8 mark
ks)

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Question
Number

2.

Scheme

(a)

cot 400 =

Marks

1
1
=
0
p
tan 40

B1
(1)

(b)

Attempts to use 1 + tan 2 400 = sec2 400

M1

sec 400 = (1 + p 2 )

A1
(2)

tan 450 + tan 400


(c ) Attempts to use tan 85 = tan(45 + 40 ) =
1 tan 450 tan 400
1+ p
tan 850 =
1 p
0

M1
A1
(2)
(5 marks)

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Question
Number

3.

Scheme

(a)

(2.5,0) (0,-5)

Marks

B1B1
(2)

(b) 2 x 5 = 3 x x =

8
oe.
3

2 x 5 = 3 x x = 8

B1
M1,A1
(3)
(5 marks)

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Question
Q
N
Number

S
Scheme

Marks

(aa)
Shape for y = 10 x

B1

Shape ffor y = e x

B1

co- ordinattes correct


B1
(00,10),(10,0)) and (0,1)
(
(3)

(bb) One soluttion as theree is one poinnt of interseection

B1
(
(1)

(cc )

Subb x=2 and x=


=3 into f (x) = e x 10 + x
f(2))=-0.61, f(33)=(+)13.1

d conclusionn (hence root)


Booth correct to 1sf, reasoon (change of sign) and

M1
A1
(
(2)

(dd)

Subsstitutes x1 = 2 into xn+1 = ln(10 xn )


x2 = 2.07794, x3 = 2.0695
2
x4 = 2.0707

M1
A1,A1
(
(3)
(9 mark
ks)

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Question
Number

5.

Scheme

Marks

M1

(a) (i) Applies vu '+ uv ' to x 2 ln x


1
1 12
1
= ln x x + x 2
2
x
ln x
1
=
+
x
2 x

A1
A1*
(3)

(ii)

Sets

Multiplies (or factorises) by

ln x
1
+
=0
2 x
x

x , with correct ln work leading to x=

P = (e 2 , 2e 1 ) oe.

M1
M1
A1,A1
(4)

(b)

vu ' uv '
xk
to y =
with u = x k and v = x + k
2
v
x+k
dy ( x + k ) 1 ( x k ) 1

=
dx
( x + k )2
dy
2k

=
dx ( x + k ) 2
dy
As k > 0
> 0 C has no turning points
dx

Applies

M1
A1
A1
B1
(4)
(11 marks)

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Question
Number

6.

Scheme

(a)

Marks

f ( x) 3

B1
(1)

(b)

f (0) = 5 or attempts to put their f(0) into e 2 x8 4


Correct answer ff(0)= e2 4

M1
A1
(2)

(c )

Either 5 2 x = 21 x = 8

M1A1

Or e2 x8 4 = 21

M1

Correct order and ln work x =

ln 25 + 8
2

oe. ln 5 + 4

M1A1
(5)

(d) f does not have an inverse as it is a many to one function


Accept f does not have an inverse as it is not a one to one function

B1
(1)
(9 marks)

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Question
Number

7.

Scheme

(a)

Marks

cos x 1 sin x cos x cos x + (1 sin x)(1 sin x)


+
=
1 sin x
cos x
(1 sin x) cos x
cos 2 x + sin 2 x + 1 2sin x
(1 sin x) cos x
2 2sin x
=
(1 sin x) cos x
2(1 sin x)
=
(1 sin x)cos x
2
=
= 2sec x
cos x

M1A1

M1

A1*
(4)

(b)

cos x
1 sin x
+
= 8sin x
1 sin x
cos x
2sec x = 8sin x
1 = 4sin x cos x

sin 2 x =
x=

1
2

1
1

arcsin( ) =
2
2 12

asinxcosx=b
sin 2 x = 2sin x cos x

M1
M1
M1,A1
(4)
(8 marks)

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Question
Number

8.

Scheme

Marks

9cos 2sin = R cos( + )

(a)

R = (92 + 22 = 85

B1

2
9

= arctan( ) = 0.21866... = awrt 0.2187

M1A1
(3)

(b) (i)

B1

85

(ii) + = 2 = awrt 6.06 2dp

M1A1
(3)

(c ) Seeing (or implied by their working)


t
H = 10 R cos( + ) for their R and
5
H max = 10 + their R = 10 + 85 (= 19.22m)
Maximum occurs when cos(

t
5

+ ) = 1 or (

M1
A1

t
5

+) =

t= awrt 4.65

M1
A1
(4)

(d) Setting and solving

t
5

= 2 (for 1 cycle) or

t
5

Two revolutions = 20 minutes

= 4 (for 2 cycles)

M1
A1
(2)
(12 marks)

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Question
Number

9.

Scheme

(a)

x=3 or (3,0)

Marks

B1
(1)

(b)

dx 1
= (9 + 16 y 2 y 2 ) 2 (16 4 y ) oe
dy 2

M1M1A1
(3)

(c ) Substitute y=0 into their

Uses their numerical

dx
dy
or
dy
dx

dx 8
dy 3
= or
=
dy 3
dx 8

dy
and their 3 from (3,0) to find equation of tangent
dx
y0 3
3
= or y 0 = ( x 3)
x3 8
8

M1

A1

M1A1
(4)
(8 marks)

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