BACHELOR TECHNOLOGY STG Specialties: Marketing, Accounting and Corporate Finance , Management Systems infornlation.

SESSION 2010 TEST OF MATHEMATICS Marketing, accounting and corporate finance Time allowed: 3 hours Coefficient: 3 Management Information Systems Time allowed: 3 hours Factor 4 Calculator allowed under the circular n099-186, November 16, 1999. The candidate must address the four years. The candidate is invited to appear on the copy all traces of research, even inco mplete €successful or not, it has developed. €Consideration will be given the clarity of reasoning and quality of writing in the assessment €copies. This topic comprises 5 pages numbered 1 / 5 5 / 5. €When the subject is given to you, make sure it is complete. The schedule should always be made with the copy. TSG Marketing, CFE, GSI Benchmark: 10MA3GIN1 MATHEMATIC S Page: 1 / 5 EXERCISE 1 (6 points) Two tables are domes appendix: the first shows the evolution of the price per sq uare meter €in the former residential property in France from 1996 to 2009, the second give s the proposals €pay a real estate agency. Part A We study the evolution of the former residential property market in France betwe en 1996 and 2009. €The results are listed in Table 1. 1. Calculate the price per square foot in 2009, knowing that he has suffered a d ecline of 14% compared to 2008. Round the result to the last euro. 2. The rate of change from 1996 to 1997 is + 2%. Calculate the price per square meter in 1996. Round the result to the last euro. 3. Calculate the total rate of change, rounded to the nearest 0.1% of that price between 1997 and 2007. 4. Cal culate the average annual rate of evo lution of the price per square meter betwe en 1997 and 2007, rounded to nearest 0.1%.

Part B A real estate agency offers its officers curities two different types of monthly wages. €• Proposal B: the fixed salary amounts to 1,700 and each sale reported 300. € • Proposal C: fixed salary amounts to 1,700 and each sale can increase €15% of salary. Table 2 is an excerpt from a sheet of a spreadsheet that shows t he salaries of the two proposals based on the number of sales. There BII wages o btained with the proposed salary and Gil B obtained with the proposed C No sales . 1. Justify BI = 2000 and CI = 1955. 2. Determine Bn a function of n. What is the nature of the result (BI!) ? 3. Domer relationship between Cn +1 and Cil 'What is the nature of the sequence (Cn)? Deduce the expression of Cn as a function of n. 4. a. Define the formula t o write in cell B3 and then copy down to get different wages with the proposal B . b. Give the same formula to write in the cell C3 and then copy down to get dif ferent wages with the proposal C. EXERCISE 2 (4 points) A travel agency conducts a survey of its customers. €It lists customers in two categories: groups and individuals. €She interrogative age on their holiday destination. €Of 100 clients interviewed, 63 go in groups, and panni those, 55% go to France. €In addition, 75% of individuals go abroad. €It randomly selects a client of the agency among those who were interviewed; we assume that €All customers interviewed have the same probability of being selected. €There: €G Event: "The customer chose as a group, €G event otherwise G "chosen by the customer alone" El 'event: "the customer cho isi goes abroad," E Event Unlike E "chosen by the customer in France." STO Marketing, CFE, OSI Benchmark: 10MA30IN1 €Math Page: 2 / 5 1. Give the probability of event E given that G is realized, denoted PG

probability EC) PULS P_ (E) G the event E given that G is achieved. 2. Construct and complete the probability tree corresponding to this situation. 3. Calculate the probability p (ESG) ESG event. 4. Show that the probability p (E) Event E is equal to 0.56 l. 5. Calculate EP (G), the probability of choosing a customer who as a group, know ing that part abroad. Give the answer to the nearest thousandth. EXERCISE 3 (5points) Part A In the figure given in the appendix, have been plotted in a landmark, three stra ight lines whose equations are: x + y = 7 x 2 y = 12 and 3 x 2 y = 20. 1. Among the equations given above, which is an equation of the line (Dl)? Which is an equation of the line (D 2)? 2.€Détenniner by calculating the coordinates of the point of intersection of lin es (Dl) and (D2). 3. Determine graphically the hatched part of the plan that doe s not suit the set of points M of the plane whose coordinates (x, y) satisfy the system: x O y ~ O ~ (S) 2 x yS:, 12 €3x + 2y s:, 20 €x + yS:, 7 Part B A contractor should carry out painting and electricity on site. €The painting requires a painter by day and 50 equipment and 150 a mommy €lumber. €The electrical work per day and require electrical equipment 100 and 100 la bor €lumber. €Moreover, each worker must have a van and the contractor has 7. €The contractor has a daily budget of 600 for equipment and 1,000 for the ha nd €lumber. €We note x the number of painters employed by them day and the number of electri cians employed €day.

1. Show that the constraints of the contractor result in the system of inequalit ies (S) of Part A, where x and y are integers. 2. The entrepreneur can make a working painter and six electricians on the same day? 3. The contractor makes a daily profit of 30 on the work of each painter and 40 on each of the electrician. There B is the total profit that the contra ctor performs daily. a. Exprin1er B versus x and y. b. Determine an equation of the line (6.) Corresponding to a profit of 120 and draw the line in the previo us marker. v. Determine graphically the number of painters and electricians that the contractor must work each day to achieve maximum benefit. Calculate the max imum benefit. STO Marketing, CFE, OSI Benchmark: Mathematics 10MA30IN1 page: 3 / 5 EXERCISE 4 (5 points) Consider the function f defmed on the interval [-0.5; 5] f (x) = Xl 9x + l4ln (x + 1). In the reference below, the curve (Cf) is its graph. €It is assumed that the function f is differentiable on the interval [-0.5; 5] a nd there I the function €derivative. Part A With the precision allowed by the chart, answer the following questions: 1. Determine f (0) and J '( °). 2. Give the number of solutions of the equation f (x) = 1.5. Part B 1. Calculate J (x). 2. Check that J '(x) s + x 3. Noticing that (x + l) is strictly positive on the interval [-0,5., 5], and using a Table signs determine the sign of J '(x) then f changes on this interval. 4. Det ermine the reduced equation of the tangent (t) to the graph of abscissa O. - R ----- j ----1 = (2x-5) (x-l) .

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1400 €1456 €1601 €1749 €1915 €2145 €2445 €2812 €3093 €3279 €3361 €3028 +2.0% +4.0% +10.0% +9.2% +9.5% +12.0% + 14.0% +15.0% +10.0% +6.0% 2.5% - 9.9% 14.0% '• 2 3 4 .. 5 .. 6th ). 8th '. . 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CII 1700.00 2000 2300 2600 2900 3200 3500 3800 1955.00 2248.25 2585.49 2973.31 3419.31 3932.20 4522.03 EXERCISE 3 11 Y .... ..... ( . ....... .. • ... 2 o '10 . X TSG Marketing, CFE, GSI Benchmark: lOMA3GINl Mathematics Page: 5 / 5