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section

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be recorded

separate

sheetto

QUESTION

ONE

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a resistive

force dueon

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which isanswer

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this

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factors.

Which

expression

its acting

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is moving

along

straight

line

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displacement

x = 1,forces

on

the

box.

below

is isNOT

a factor

P (x)?

velocity

v = 2,

and itsofacceleration

is a = 4.

(A) xthe

1forces on the box, its limiting velocity is:

By considering

Which

is a possible

equation describing the motion of the particle?

QUESTION

ONE

(B)

2 = x4 + x3 7x2 x + 6 has four linear factors. Which expression

(A) 0xP(x)

The polynomial

(A) v = 2 sin (x 1) + 2

below is NOT a factor of P (x)?

x +x 1

P

(B) v = (C)

2(B)

+ 4 log

(A)

x e 1

mk

(C) v 2 =(D)

4 (x 2 x2+

) 6

Px 2

(B)

2

(D) v = x(C)

+ 2 xk + 4

(C) !

x+1

QUESTION

TWO

P

(D) best represents y = 2 sin1 x ?

Which graph

53

k 6

(D) x +

y

y

(A)

(B)

#

$

QUESTIONTWO

FIVE

QUESTION

"

Which

graph

best

represents

y

2 sin11 x3 ?

Which expression is equal to =

dx ?

8 + 2x x2

y

x

y

(A)

(B)

$

!# #

# x

!"

"

x1

1

#

(A) sin

$ +C

3

#

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x +!$

1

!#

1

(B) sin

+C

3

x

!#

# x'

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%

&

y

y 8 + 2x x2 + C

(C)

log

(x

1)

+

(C)

(D)

#

#

%

'

!$ &

!#

(D) log (x + 1) + 8 + 2x x2 + C

(C)

!$

y

#

(D)

!$

!#

!#

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x

x

!$

$

!$

$

The value of 5sin x cos 4 x dx5is

x =10 + 6 sin(2t + 6 ) .

!#

(A)

0 interval does(B)

2

(C)

2

(D) !# 20

In what

the particle

oscillate?

Exam continues overleaf . . .

(A) 6 x 6

Exam continues next page . . .

(B)

5 x 7

(C)

5x7

(D)

1 x 3

QUESTION FOUR

!

"

The exact value of sec sin1 ( 13 ) is:

(A)

(D)

6 x 6

1 x 3

(B)

5 x 7

QUESTION FOUR

(C) 5 x !7 1 1 "

1 t

t v(t) = 2 sin 1 + for

Question

Theofvelocity

of a particle

moving in a straight line is given

1 by

The

exact15

value

sec

sin

3 ) is:line is given by v(t ) = 2 sin

Question 15 The

velocity

of a particle

moving

in(

a straight

1 + for 010

t 10

. The average velocit

10

13 2 velocity

x 3 of the particle in the interval 0 t 10 is closest to

0 t 10(D)

. The average

(A)

t 10 . TheThe

average

velocity

ofthe4of

particle

in the interval

0 t 100

is tclosest

average

velocity

the particle

in the interval

10 isto closest to

3

A.

D.

3

2

2

3

5

A.

2

3

3 2

A.

(B)

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QUESTION

FOUR

SGS2Trial 2014

B.

!

"

2

sec sin1 ( 1 ) is:

The

exact

value

of

2 2

3

B.

(C)

QUESTION

NINE

3

2

3

C.

3 2

(A)

4

3

2 2

C.

(D)

5

3

D. 2

D.

2

2

3

(B)

3v 2

4

QUESTION

62 2

2 (C) FIVE

3

E.

The expression

3 sin x cos x is equivalent to:

3

E.

2

3

2 2

(D)

(A)

2 sin(x

6 )

3

1

10 Mathematics Extension 1 . . . . . . . . . . Page 3

SGS Assessment 2012 . . . . . . . . . . Form9 VI

1

t

Question 16 The value of

02 sin(x2 + 1 4)

2

(B)

6 1 2x x

1

0

2 x value

x 2 of

Question 16 1 The

dx is closest to

FOUR

QUESTION

FIVE

2

Question 16 The

value of -3

dx

is

closest

to

1 x

x2

0

5

2500

1

12sin(x

(C)

)1 cos

0 domain

Whatexpression

is the

y=6cos

(1 3x)? to:

1

A.

2

The

3 sinofx+

2 x is equivalent

10000

2500

2500

A.

2 02

(A)

x shows

A.

2 The diagram

(D) above

2 sin(x

sin(x

2 65

10000

B. 10 second

2

6 )

10000

10000

time 2501

interval.

For what percentage of the time is the speed of the object decreasing?

2501

B.

2502

x +23 6 )

(B) 2 02

sin(x

.

2

10000

C.

2

10000

(A) 30%

10000

2502

2502

C.

2 2 x 5

2503

.

2

(C) 2 3sin(x

+ 06 )

10000

D.

2

10000

(B) 60%

10000

2503

2503

D.

2

2504

x 25

D.

2

(D) 02

sin(x

10000

E.

2

6 )

10000

(C) 70%

10000

2504

2504

10000

E.

10000

(D) FIVE

It cannot be determined from the graph.

QUESTION

3

2

Suppose

P (x) = 2x

+5x. .2.+2x+9,

x3 +5x

+5x+7 and

P (x)Q(x)

SGS Assessment

2015

. . . . . . . .Q(x)

Form= VI

Mathematics

Extension

I . . .=. .(x1)

. . . . . .2 (x+2).

Page 4 1

What is the geometric implication of this?

Question 17 Which one of th

QUESTION TEN

1

~

QUESTION

SIX

r = 2 cos

(t. ).~i. 2 cos 1 (t )~j + c

Exam

continues

overleaf

Question(A)

17 Which

one

ofQ(x)

the following

statements

is=NOT

trueintersect

about a particle

with

position

vector

P

(x)

and

are

tangent

at

x

1

and

at

x

=

2.

!

1

Question 17 Which one of

the

statements is

~ NOT true about a particle with position vector

~ following

~

~ 1 (t )~j + cos 1 (t )k , 0 t 1 ?

~1 (t )solutions

r

=

2

i

cos

1

2

1 cos

~ = 2 cos 1 (t )~

How

many

does

the

equation

2x

+

3

sin

Which

following

i

2 cos (of

t ) jthe

+ cos

(t )k , 0 ist an1 ?expression for cos 2x dx?

(B) P (x) and Q(x) intersect at x = 1 and are tangent at x = 2. A. The initial distance of the

(A) 1

3

3 the origin is

x from

1 of the

A. The initial distance

particle from

.

A. The initial distance of(C)

the

particle

the

origin

is

.

B. The particle moves in a str

(A) P (x)

and

sinQ(x)

4x + intersect

C 2 at both x =

2 1 and x = 2.

22 8

(B)

B. The particle moves in a straight line.

C. The particle moves with co

. The particle moves in a straight line.

Exam continues overleaf

...

(D) P (x) and Q(x) do not intersect at any point.

C. The particle

moves

with

constant

acceleration.

1

(C)

D. The initial speed of the pa

. The particle moves with

constant

(B)

x3 acceleration.

sin 4x + C

4 the particle is 3.

D. The initial speed of

E. The speed of the particle i

D. The initial speed of the(D)

particle4is 3.

QUESTION SIX

speed

ofxthe particle

increases

with time t.

1 time

. The speed A

ofE.particle

the The

particle

t. harmonic

is increases

moving

insin

simple

motion according to the equation

1

(C)

+ with

4x +

C

2 ).8 In which interval does the particle oscillate?

x = 3 5 sin(2t +

6

(A) 5 1x 5

(D)

x+

sin24x + C

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Mathematics

Trial Exam

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(C) 2SEVEN

x8

QUESTION

A particle(D)

moves

line so that its displacement x cm from the origin is given

2on

axhorizontal

8

3

2

by x = t 5t 3t + 4. Take right as the positive direction.

D.

D.

(D) x + sin 4x + C

2

x 41

(A)

sin 4x + C

1~ ~

2 8

E.

.

a +b

2

QUESTION SEVEN

1

a

a

a sin

4x + C line so that its displacement

2

A particle(B)

movesx on

horizontal

x2 cm from the origin is given

4

2

2Inexact

Question

14

of

the

exact

value

of the

definite

Question 14 by

In

terms

a 5t

the

of the

definite

integral

integral

t 2 dt is a 2 t 2 dt is

x = t3of

terms

3t +value

4. aTake

right

as the

positive

adirection.

A.

D.

2

1~ ~

a +b

2

+

6

+

6

24a 2

25

2

2

x 1 the particle is:

At time t(C)

= 2 seconds

+

sin

4x

+

C

3 2

3

8

(A) aright

A.

a

of the origin, travelling to the left and accelerating to the right

6

4

4

1

(B)

of sin

the4x

origin,

3 left

3

(D)

x

+

+ C travelling to the left and accelerating to the right

a

aB. +

4

4

4

6

(C) left of the origin, travelling to the right and accelerating to the right

3 2

3 2

aSEVEN

QUESTION

C.

a

right of the origin, travelling to the right and accelerating to the left

6

4

4

(D)

A particle moves on a horizontal line so that its displacement x cm from the origin is given

t3 35t2

3 by2 x =

+

a 2 3t + 4. Take right as the positive direction.

D.

a

4 QUESTION

EIGHT

6 t =42seconds

At time

the particle is:

2

24a the function f(x) = sin x + 12 cos 2x in the interval 0 x 2. Which of the

Consider

E.

(A) right of the origin, travelling to the left and accelerating to the right

following

25 is the x-coordinate of a stationary point of f(x)?

(A)

(B)

0left of the origin, travelling to the left and accelerating to the right

1

1

Question(B)

Consider

, xof

area

of theand

region

and the curve

tan

xarea

the

R . The

ycurve

=

Question 15 Consider

. The

region

enclosed

by accelerating

the enclosed

line y = bytothe

and

the

y15= tan

xy=Rorigin,

6 x of, the

(C)

left

travelling

to the

right

theline

right

16

16

2

2

7

1(C)

to the origin, travelling to the right and accelerating to the left

= tan to

x is closest

y = tan 1 x is yclosest

6

(D)

right

of

A. 0.25

. 0.35

. 0.5

D. 0.75

(D)

5 5

11

6

2015 SPECMATH EXAM 2

A.

0.25 10

QUESTION

Question

Question

10 EIGHT

1

Consider

the function f(x) = sin x + 12 cos12x

in the interval 0 x 2. Which of the

22

B.

0.35

x

33xxof

++11f(x)?

dx

Using a suitable substitution, the definite integral

x

dx is equivalent to

Using a suitable substitution, the definite integral

is equivalent to

following is the x-coordinate of a stationary point

((

C. 0.511 (A)

55

A.

A.

D.

E.

B.

B.

033

00

11 2

uu 2 22uu22 ++uu

99

0.75

(B)

00

11

22

du

du

44

11

33

11

1 (C)

u 5252 2u7

u 2u622 ++uu22 du

du

27

27 1

(D)

11

6

44

55

33

11

1

Mathematics

1 Exam

2013 Specialist

Trial

013 Specialist Mathematics

Trial

22 2

22

22 Exam 2

C.

C.

))

uu 22uu ++uu du

du

99

1

6

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D.

E.

E.

11

27

27

11

33

11

u 2u + u du

0

0

44

11

u 2u + u du

Question

Question 11

11

The velocitytime graph for a body moving along a straight line is shown below.

The velocitytime graph for a body moving along a straight line is shown below.

vv

11

0.5

0.5

D. 13.0

SGS Assessment 2015 . . . . . . . . . . . Form VI Mathematics Extension I . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5

E. 13.5

QUESTION NINE

A projectile is fired with an initial velocity of 30 m/s at an angle of elevation of1 60x to

LetQuestion

A be the 14

area Let

of the

region

enclosed

the x-axis,

theby

line

=-axis,

a andthe

theline

curve

,

tanthe curve

theyarea

theby

region

enclosed

thex xand

x = ya =and

the horizontal.

LetAxbe

and

be of

the

respective

horizontal

vertical

components

ofa the

1 x from the point

+

displacement

projection,

and

take g statements

= 10 m/s2is

. correct?

+ , where a R . of

Which

one

of

the

following

y

=

tan

a

!

where

. Which one of the following statements is correct?

a

The initial conditions are:

4

(A)

= 10, y = 15 and y = 0

x= 15 3, x

1x

A. A = tan dx

a

0

(B) x = 30 3, x

= 0, y = 30 3 and y = 10

4 2015 . .. . . . . . . . . Form VI Mathematics Extension I . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5

SGS Assessment

B. A = a tan x dx

x

(C) 4 x0 = 15 3,

= 0, y = 15 and y = 10

NINE

QUESTION

4

A projectile

is

fired

with

an

initial

velocity

30 10

m/s at an angle of elevation of 60 to

(D)

x

=

15,

x

=

0,

y

=

15

3 andofy =

A = a Let

tan xxdxand y be the respective horizontal and vertical components of the

theC.horizontal.

4

0

displacement from the point of projection, and take g = 10 m/s2.

4

QUESTION

TEN

a

The

initial

conditions

are:

D. A =

tan x dx

Find the values

which (x + 1)(x 2)(x 3) > 0.

4 0of x for

(A) x = 15 3, x = 10, y = 15 and y = 0

(A) a4 1 < x < 2 or x > 3

E. A =(B) x

tan

x 30

dx3, x

=

0,

y

=

30

3 and y = 10

4 0 x < 1 or 2 < x < 3

(B)

2015 Specialist Mathematics Trial

Exam 2

Copyright itute.com 2015

(C) x = 15 3, x = 0, y = 15 and y = 10

(C) x > 1 or 2 < x < 3

(D)

x

=

15,

x

=

0,

y

=

15

3 and y = 10

(D) 1 < x < 3

QUESTION TEN

1 2)(x 3) > 0.

the values

of x fortowhich

(x + 1)(x

uestion 10 Find

The number

of solutions

the equation

tan

(x a + b ) tan 1 (x a ) = , where a , b R , is

(B)

C.

2 (C)

D.

3 (D)

1 < x < 3

B.

0

1

2

3

End of Section I

E. infinitely many

infinitely many

uestion 11

(A)

A.

1

2

1

2

3

2

3

~

~

~ ~

~

Question 11 a~ , b and c~ are unit vectors such that a~ b + c~ = 0 , the value of a~.b b .c~ + c~.a~ is

~

~

~ ~

~

a~ , b and c~ are unit vectors such that a~ b + c~ = 0 , the value of a~.b b .c~ + c~.a~ is

A.

1

2

B.

C.

3

2

D.

E.

1

2

3

2

3

End of Section I

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