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Trial WACE Examination, 2012

MATHEMATICS 3CD
Section One:
Calculator-free

Student Number:

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Time allowed for this section
Reading time before commencing work: five minutes
Working time for this section:
fifty minutes

Materials required/recommended for this section
To be provided by the supervisor
Formula Sheet

To be provided by the candidate
Standard items: pens, pencils, pencil sharpener, eraser, correction fluid/tape, ruler, highlighters
Special items:

nil

Important note to candidates
No other items may be used in this section of the examination. It is your responsibility to ensure
that you do not have any unauthorised notes or other items of a non-personal nature in the
examination room. If you have any unauthorised material with you, hand it to the supervisor

1. Working time for this section is 50 minutes.CALCULATOR-FREE 3 Section One: Calculator-free MATHEMATICS 3C/3D (50 Marks) This section has seven (7) questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided. Calculate (a) P( B) (1 mark) (b) P( A  B) (1 mark) (c) P( A  B) (1 mark) (d) P( A | B) (1 mark) See next page . Question 1 (4 marks) For the two independent events A and B .3 and P( B)  0. Answer all questions. P( A)  0.

2012 ST HILDA’S MATHEMATICS 3CD 4 Question 2 Solve the system of equations CALCULATOR-FREE (5 marks) 3x  2 y  6z  3 x  3 y  4z  9 2x  8  2z  y See next page .

CALCULATOR-FREE 5 Question 3 (a) (b) MATHEMATICS 3C/3D (8 marks) Differentiate the following with respect to x . (i) y  2 x3 3  x 2 (ii) y 1 e3 x1 d Simplify dx 2e x 2 (Do not simplify your answer) (2 marks) (Do not simplify your answer) (3 marks) x2  t 2   dt  3  2   (3 marks) See next page .

(b) Find the coordinates of the point of inflection of f ( x) (c) Sketch the graph of y  f ( x) . (d) What is the maximum value of f ( x) in the interval 2  x  4 ? (3 marks) (1 mark) (3 marks) See next page (1 mark) . (a) Find the coordinates of the turning points of f ( x) and state their nature.2012 ST HILDA’S MATHEMATICS 3CD 6 CALCULATOR-FREE Question 4 (8 marks) A function is defined by f ( x)  6 x2  2x3 .

CALCULATOR-FREE 7 Question 5 Let f ( x)  MATHEMATICS 3C/3D (9 marks) 1 and g ( x)  e2x . (5 marks) (b) Solve f ( x)  3  2x . 1 x (a) Determine the domain and range of f ( g ( x)) . (4 marks) See next page .

(6 marks) See next page (3 marks) .2012 ST HILDA’S MATHEMATICS 3CD 8 Question 6 CALCULATOR-FREE (9 marks)  x(3x 2 4  6 x)4  (3 x2  6 x) dx (a) Determine (b) Calculate the area bounded by the functions f ( x)  ( x  2)2  3 and g ( x)  2x  4 .

A cm2. Justifying you have found the minimum surface area is not required.CALCULATOR-FREE 9 MATHEMATICS 3C/3D Question 7 (7 marks) A closed cylindrical can of radius r cm has a volume of 250 cm . r (2 marks) (b) Determine the exact minimum possible surface area of the can and the radius and height required to achieve this optimum area. of this can is given by A  500  2 r 2 . (5 marks) End of questions . 3 (a) Show that the total surface area.

2012 ST HILDA’S MATHEMATICS 3CD Additional working space Question number: _________ 10 CALCULATOR-FREE .

CALCULATOR-FREE Additional working space Question number: _________ 11 MATHEMATICS 3C/3D .