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MARK SCHEME for the October/November 2014 series

4037/13

Paper 1, maximum raw mark 80

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{0}. {} etc. .71) 36 36 36 A1. . . 1) and (4. R. B1 A ∪ B = {− 1. ‘real numbers’. 2.Page 2 1 2 Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014 a=3 B1 b=2 c=4 B1 B1 x 2 = 16 or y 2 − 4 y + 3 = 0 M1 x = ±4 y = 1.0° π 1  sin 3 y +  = 4 2  3y = − y= } M1 tan x = − 3y + B0 for n(2). . 12 12 12 12 DM1 x = 121. (0. {2}. A1 © Cambridge International Examinations 2014 π 5π 13π 17π . 3) Line AB = 82 + 2 2 A1 A1 = 68 or 2 17 3 (i) n ( A) = 2 n (B ) = 3 for use of Pythagoras theorem A1 allow either form B1 B1 (iii) A ∩ B = {− 2} B1 (iv) ξ. − 3. or .611. ’the universal set’. 4 6 6 6 6 A1 for π 7π 23π 31π . .0°.67 A1 A1ft A1 for either correct solution ft from their first solution M1 for dealing correctly with cosec and attempt to solve subsequent equation π π 5π 13π 17π = . or 6 6 6 6 for correct order of operations A1 for one correct solution A1 for both the other correct solutions and no others in range. 3 Points (–4. . . M1 (ii) (a) Paper 13 B1 n (C ) = 0 4 Syllabus 4037 7π 23π 31π .01 and 2. − 2. ∅ . { x : x ∈ 5 3 B1 Correct statement or tan x = −1. 3} (b) for correct elimination of one variable and attempt to form a quadratic equation in x or y. 301.

Allow 25. = (7. Allow if done in cents 12 9 8 11   or (0.45 6. 2b + 4 d = 0 − 5a + c = 0. Allow 1 error in each matrix.45) 2 3 5 2  1 0 1 0   DM1 for a correct method for multiplying their matrices to obtain an appropriate 4 by 1 or 1 by 4 matrix.30) A2.0 B1 A2 all correct or A1 3 correct elements.25   0.70 6.45     6.7 M1 for matrix algebra A1 for (ii) 25.25 5. − 5b + d = 1 leading to = 1 1 − 4   oe 22  5 2  4   22  2   22  − A1 M1 A1 A1 1   22     1 − 4  for k  5 2  for a complete method using simultaneous equations 1 5 and c = 22 22 4 2 or b = − and d = 22 22 a= for correct matrix © Cambridge International Examinations 2014 .30  0    M1 Paper 13 for correct compatible matrices in the correct order.4  =  1  6.70 (b) Syllabus 4037 Y = X −1 or Y = X −1I  1  1 1 − 4   or  22 Y= 22  5 2   5   22 Alternative method:  2 4  a b   1 0     =    − 5 1  c d   0 1  2 a + 4c = 1.45   0.Page 3 5 (a) (i) Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014 12  9 8   11  2 3 5 2 1  7.5      5.5 0.70  0   0.1.4 0.

8) OC 6 OC = = 9.652. 3 5 Paper 13 M1 A1 = 22.9) or 2 1 (12 × 9.9 sin (π − 1.4 to 19. B1 B1 for dealing with ‘1’.8) Perimeter = (0. sine rule.9 = 9. allow unsimplified for area of isosceles triangle 1 (9..4 to 19.9 cos 0.9 = or OC = (ii) 12 sin 0.) × sin 0.5 B1. sin (π − 1.36 = 19. cos 0.04 + 8.652) × 9. unsimplified B1 for area of segment.5 Alternative Method: 1 (12 − 9.9  −  × 9.9 × 12) + 9.652(35…) Must have 4th figure (or more) for rounding B1 M1 for arc length for attempt to add the correct lengths B1 B1 64. unsimplified B1 answer in range 19..Page 4 6 (i) Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014 6 OC 12 = or sin 0.. B1 for dealing with ‘2’ M1 for a correct use of addition or subtraction of logarithms DM1 for elimination of logarithms to form a 3 term quadratic and for solution of quadratic for both x values A1 © Cambridge International Examinations 2014 .8) 2  2  for correct use of cosine.8 2 1 2 12 (0.652. allow 2 unsimplified.4 to 19.652) (iii) 1  1  Area =  × 12 2 × 0.4 to 19... for answer in range 19.652 × sin1..))2 sin(π − 1.5 7 1 + 2 log5 x = log5 (18x − 9) log5 5 + log5 x 2 = log5 (18 x − 9 ) 5 x 2 = 18x − 9 (5x − 3)(x − 3) = 0 3 x= .9 − sin 0.8 Syllabus 4037 B1 for area of sector.40 Area =19.9) 2 11.9) .65(2. cosine rule or any other valid method A1 for manipulating correctly to OC = 9...652 + (12 − 9.8) or 2 1 (12 × 6 tan 0.5 B1 for area of triangle ACB.652 2 sin (π − 1.65(2.8 − 45.

x  = 3(1 + ln x ) (ii) ∫ 3(1 + 1nx )dx = x ln x 1 ∫1 + ln xdx = 3 x ln x (iii) B1 M1 for differentiation of a product A1 for simplification to gain given answer for realising that differentiation is the reverse of integration and using (i) or 3xln x M1 3 or xln x A1 ∫ ∫ DM1 for using answer to (ii) and 1  or  x ln x3 − x  3 1 = 2 ln 2 − 2 + 1 = −1 + ln 4 [x ln x − x]12 9 (a) A1 B1 C1 5 p −1 (− q ) = −1500 4 × 125(− q ) = −1500 q=3 M1 4 C 2 5 p −2 q 2 = r 12 1  C3 (2 x )  3   4x  9 A1 M1 r = 1350 (b) DM1 5 p = 625 . so p = 4 4 for correct application of limits from correct working their p substituted in p C1 5 p −1 (− q ) or in p C1 5 p −1 (− qx ) unsimplified their p and q substituted in 2 2 p C 2 5 p −2 (− q ) or p C2 5 p − 2 (− qx ) unsimplified A1 3 M1 DM1 Term is 1760 ∫ subtracting 1dx dependent on M mark in (ii) 2 Paper 13 for differentiation of a product for differentiation of ln x 3 for simplification to gain given answer for use of ln x 3 = 3 ln x 3 1  x ln x − 1dx or  x ln x3  − 1dx 3  Syllabus 4037 A1 for identifying correct term for attempt to evaluate correct expression must be evaluated © Cambridge International Examinations 2014 . = 3(1 + ln x ) or f (x ) = 3 x ln x 1  f ′( x ) =  3x ×  + 3 ln x .Page 5 8 (i) Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014  3x 2  f ′(x ) =  x × 3  + ln x 3 x   ( ) M1 B1 A1 = 3 + 3 ln x .

3. y = (b) = 34 oe Syllabus 4037 5 3 A1 Using the cosine rule: (1 + 2 3 ) = (2 + 3 ) 2 cos A = cos A = 2 ( (13 + 4 3 )− (7 + 4 3 )− 4 oe − 4(2 + 3 ) ( −1 2 2+ 3 cos A = −1 + 3 2 ) × ) + 2 2 − 4 2 + 3 cos A 2− 3 2− 3 M1 for correct substitution in cosine rule. A1 © Cambridge International Examinations 2014 .. 25. may use in form of cos A = .. 27 or 81 x = 6y − 4 A1 for x = 6 y − 4 oe linear equation x = 3y +1 A1 for x = 3 y + 1 oe linear equation M1 for attempt to solve linear simultaneous equations which have been obtained correctly for both. DM1 for attempt to make cosA subject and simplify DM1 for rationalisation.Page 6 10 (a) Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014 5x = 1 or 3x Paper 13 M1 for obtaining one correct equation in powers of 5. 5 2 (3 y − 2 ) 3( y −1) 3 Leads to x = 6.

allow unsimplified correct for equating to zero and solution of quadratic for expansion of brackets and differentiation of each term of a 4 term cubic A1 DM1 for equating to zero and solution of 3 term quadratic x =1 x = −3 A1 from correct quadratic equation A1 from correct quadratic equation + 3x 2 − 9 x + 5dx M1 for correct attempt to obtain and integrate a 4 term cubic x4 9x 2 + x3 − + 5 x ( + c) 4 2 A2.0 A2 for 4 correct terms or A1 for 3 correct terms 1 (iii) (iv)  x4  9x 2 3 + x − + 5x  2 4  −5 M1 9 225 1   625  =  +1− + 5 −  − 125 − − 25  4 2 4 2     = 108 A1 When x = −3. y = 32 M1 k > 32 A1 for correct substitution of limits 1 and –5 for their (ii) for realising that the y-coordinate of the maximum point is needed.Page 7 11 (i) Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – October/November 2014 dy 2 = (x + 5)2(x − 1) + ( x − 1) dx M1 A1 dy = (x − 1)(3 x + 9 ) dx dy =0 When dx x =1 DM1 x = −3 Alternative method: y = x 3 + 3x 2 − 9 x + 5 dy = 3x 2 + 6 x − 9 dx When (ii) ∫x = 3 dy =0 dx A1 A1 M1 Syllabus 4037 Paper 13 for differentiation of a product. © Cambridge International Examinations 2014 .1.