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General Instructions Total ma


arks 70
Reading
R tiime 5 minutes
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Working
W ttime 2 hours This paperr consists off TWO sectiions.
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W usinng black or blue penn Section 1 Multiple Choice
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m be useed 10 marks
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A necesssary workiing should d be shownn
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question Section 2 Extendedd Responsee
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Section 1 Multiple Choice (10 marks)
Attempt all questions.

Answer the following on the answer sheet provided. Marks


1 What is the solution of |1 2 | 7?
(A) 3, 4 (B) 4, 3 (C) 3 4 (D) 4 3 1

2 Which of the following could be the graph of 4 ? 1

A B C D
y y y y

-4 4
x x

x x
-4 4



3 Factorise fully: 4 16 16 1

(A) 2 4 2 4 (B) 2 4 2 4
(C) 2 4 (D) 2 4 2 4

4 If 3, then 5 equals 1

(A) 76 (B) 7 (C) 22 (D) 86

5 2,5 is the midpoint of 5, and ,7 . 1

(A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 18

6 If the equation 1 3 3 4 0 has real roots, and is an integer, what is 1


the largest possible value for ?
A 2 B 1 C 0 D 1

7 If a b, which statement is always true? 1


A B C D 2 2

8 Which of the following statements is true for this diagram? 1

a c


b

A 2 cos B 2 cos
C 2 cos D

2
9 1

At which of the poiints shown are


a and both neg
gative?
(A) A (BB) B (C) C (D) D

10
0 The areaa of a rectanngle is 80 and its leength is metres.
m Its peerimeter, in metres, is: 1
(A) 2 160 (B) 2 (C) 2 D) 2
(D

End of Section I

Seection II E
Extended Response
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Atttempt all qquestions. Show
S all neecessary woorking.
Start each qu uestion on a new pagee. Clearly in
ndicate queestion number.
Write
W your nname and teeacher's na ame at the ttop of each
h new page..

Qu
uestion 11 (15 markss) - Start a new pagee Marrks

a) If 2 2
3 . where and b aree rational, find
fi the valu
ues of andd

b) Solve 8
8 4 2

c) Solve 2

d) Differen
ntiate
i 2
3
ii 2 1 3 2

e) State th
he domain aand range o
of the functtion 2 2 3 2

f) 4 2
Evaluatte lim
8

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Question 12 (15 marks) - Start a new page Marks

a) Write the set of inequalities whose intersection describes the shaded region 3
y
2
y=x

-2 2 x

b) Find the exact value of cos 240 1

c) Solve for 0 360:


(i) cos 2

2
(ii) 3 2 1 0
3

d) ABCD is a rectangle with AB=12 cm and AD=6 cm. F is a point on AB such that AE=
and AF=4 .
F

A 4x B

x
E


D C

(i) Show that the area of quadrilateral EFCD is 36 12 2 2
(ii) Without using calculus, find the value of x for which the quadrilateral EFCD 1
has maximum area. (Clearly show your working)

e) If the function 1 2 4 is positive definite, find all possible 3


values of k

Question 13 (15 marks) - Start a new page Marks

a) Find the equation of the tangent to the curve 3 at the point on the curve 3
where 2

b) Let and be the roots of the equation 2 5 2 0.


Evaluate:
i 1
ii 1
iii 2 2 1

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c) A, B and C are the points 3,1 , 5,7 and 2,2 respectively.
The equation of the line AB is 3 4 7 0 and the equation of DC is 2.
AD is parallel to BC.
y

B (5,7)

A (-3,1)


0 x

D C(2,-2)



i Find the length of AB
ii Calculate the perpendicular distance from C to AB 1
iii Find the gradient of BC 2
iv Show that the equation of AD is 3 10 1
v State the coordinates of D 2
vi Find the area of quadrilateral ABCD 1
2

Question 14 (15 marks) - Start a new page

a) For the curve 2 4 :


(i) Find the stationary points and determine their nature 3
(ii) Show that there is a point of inflexion and determine its coordinates 2
(iii) Neatly sketch the curve clearly showing its important features ( -intercepts are 2
not required)

b) ABCD is a trapezium with AB//DC, AB=1, DC= and 1. Its diagonals intersect at X,
with BX= and AX= .
Let .
1
A B

y x


X


C

D k
(i) Prove that is similar to
(ii) Explain why and . 2
(iii) Show that 1 1
3
(iv) Find the ratio in its simplest form 2

End of Examination

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