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Mark Scheme (Results)

Summer 2013

AEA Mathematics (9801/01)


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Summer 2013
Publications Code UA036372
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Crossed out work should be marked UNLESS the candidate has
replaced it with an alternative response.
AEA June 2013 Mark Scheme Final
Question Scheme Marks Notes
1. (a) For attempting
n(n 1) 12n n(n 1)(n 2) 12n
2 3

= M1
suitable equation.
2! 5 3! 5 Ignore xs but must
use binomial.
3 5 = n(n 2) 12 or 4n 2 8n 5 = 0 (o.e.) A1 Correct 3TQ in n
May be other factors
(2n + 1)(2n 5) = 0 dM1 Dep on 1st M1
n = 12 , 52 A1 Both & no others
unless revoked later
(4)
(b) 12nx 5 12nx 1 Attempt both cases
n = 12 in < 1 gives x < and n = 5
in gives x < Just check n = 12
5 6 2
5 6 M1
SC B1
So should choose n = 12 A1 (2)
May sub x = 12 and get |n| < 5
6 for M1 and A1 for stating n = 12 (6)
Question Scheme Marks Notes
2. (a) sin(90 x) = sin90cosx cos90sinx = 1.cosx 0.sinx = cosx B1 One intermediate line
(1)
(b) 2sin( + 17) cos( + 17) = cos( + 8) sin [ 2( + 17)] = cos( + 8) M1 Use of sin2A =

2 + 34 = 90 ( + 8) dM1 Use of (a) not trig

3 = 82 34 = 48 so = 16 A1
2 + 34 = 180 [90 ( + 8)] or 2 + 34 = [90 ( + 8)] + 360 M1 2nd eqn for

= 98 34 or = 64 A1
3 = 48 + 460 = 136 A1
= 256 A1 (7)
NB sin(2 +34) sin(82 ) gives 2cos[( +116)/2]sin[(3 48)/2] (8)
Then: /2 + 58 = 90 gets M1 and e.g. 3/2 24 = 0 gets M1
Question Scheme Marks Notes
3. (a) 7 + 2 = 7 + 10 and 1 3 = 6 (o.e.) M1 Form suitable eqns
14 = 14 = - 1 , ( = 2) M1A1 M1 for eqn in 1 var
Check in 3 equation: 7 = p 4
rd
p=3 A1 Check in 3rd , p =

3
Position vector of C is 7 A1 Accept as
coordinates
5
(5)
(b) = 2 7 2 10 = 13, 3 2 4 = 11 and 6 2 1 = 4 B1 See = - 2 & ans
(1)
(c) 4 10 JJJG JJJG Attempts a suitable
JJJG JJJG
CA = 0 and CB = 4 giving CA CB = 40 + 0 + 6 = 46 M1
scalar product.
Allow 1 sign slip
6 1
Allow +
46 46 23 dM1 Allow +
cos( ACB ) = ,= = (o.e.) A1 A1 for an exact
52 117 2 13 3 13 39 fraction (no surds)
(3)
JJJJG JJJG JJJG JJJG JJJJG
(d) Form Rhombus. Let CM = 12 CA then CD = CB + 3CM M1 Attempt suitable
rhombus or unit
16 19 vectors
JJJG or JJJG
CD = 4 OD = 11 A1
10 5

3 8 dM1 Dep. On 1st M1.
JJJG JJJG For attempt
r = OC + tCD, r = 7 + t 2 (o.e.) equation of line
5 5 A1
(4)
(13)
Question Scheme Marks Notes
4. (a) a1 = 1, a2 = 3, a3 = 7, a4 = 15, a5 = 31, a6 = 63 B1
(1)
(b) Sub: ar +1 = 2 r +1 r +1
1; 2ar + 1 = 2(2 1) + 1 = 2
r
1 B1cso Correct
demonstration in r
(1)
(c) a = 2 1 = 2 n
r
r r B1 For 1 = n
2 ( 2 1)
n M1 Use of GP formula
2 = 2 1 , therefore a
r
r = 2(2n 1) n (o.e.) A1 Any correct expres'
A1 needs n too.
(3)
(d) 1 1 1 Or equiv in words
ar +1 = 2ar + 1 ar +1 > 2ar < B1cso
ar +1 2 ar
(1)
(e) 1 1
< 2 and
1 1
< 2 <
( ) 1 2
2
M1 Use of (d) to get
any 2 inequality for
a4 a3 a5 a4 a3 4th and 5th terms

1 1 ( 12 ) ( 12 ) or A1cso All 3 inequalities &


2 1
5
1
So:
r =1 ar
< 1 + + +
3 7 7
+
7
4 no incorrect work
(2)
(f) Lower limit = 1+ 13 + 71 = 31
21
B1cso
Identify GP a = 17 , r = 1
2
M1 Correct r or a
1
2 dM1 Attempt sum |r|<1
Use S = 7
1
= A1 Correct expression
1 2 7 or sum
Upper limit = 1+ 13 + 72 = 34
21
A1cso
(5)
(13)
Question Scheme Marks Notes

5. (a) Differentiate: uv = v u dx + u v dx M1 Attempt to diff
A1 Correct prod. rule

uv leading to 1 = u d x + v dx (*)
A1cso
u v (3)
S+ for 1 c2 = s2
(b)
v dx = cos 2 x
B1
v (1)
(c) du 2 Multiply by u and
Diff. u sin 2 x = u dx gives sin x + u2sin x cos x
u= M1 differentiate
dx Or quotient rule
du 2 1 du 1 2sin x cos x dM1 Collect u terms
sin x = u(1 2sin x cos x) =
dx u dx sin 2 x A1cso
(3)
(d) 1 1 2 sin x cos x M1 Separation of vars.
Separate variables: u du = sin x dx 2 Condone missing
integral signs.
RHS = ( cosec x 2 cot x ) dx
2 M1 Prepares RHS

Integrate: ln u = cot x, 2 ln sin x +c A1,A1 +c on 2nd A1

ln ( u sin 2 x ) = cot x ( +c ) M1 Collect ln terms or


remove ln
u = Ae cot x cosec2 x A1cso No incorrect work
(6)
(c) dy d M1 For differentiation
y = e tan x = e tan x sec 2 x or e tan x (tan x )
dx dx
Hence v = Be sec2 x
tan x A1 (2) Condone A not B but
S-
(15)
Question Scheme Marks Notes
[f ( x) g( x)] = [ f ( x)] 2 f ( x)g( x) + [ g( x) ] M1 Attempt to multiply
2 2 2
6. (a) 2

S+ for area Integrate dx throughout with inequality A1cso No incorrect work


comment
(2)
(b) Treat as quadratic in and attempt to use discriminant M1 & identify a, b, c
Clear reason for use of b2 4ac 0 (or < 0) e.g. no real roots M1 Reason for < 0
A1cso Condone 4s
Giving: f ( x)g( x) dx [ f ( x)] dx [ g( x)] dx
2 2 2
(o.e.)
(3)
( )
1
(c) g(x) = 1 + x 3 and f(x) = 1 2

[E] (1 + x 3 ) dx 12 dx M1
2
Then
2 M1, Integration
2
x4
1 ( ) 27
1 + 3
x d x = x + =, ( 2 + 4 ) (1 + 14 ) = A1 6.75 (o.e.)
4 1 4
81 9
So E 2 i.e. E A1cso
4 2
(4)

x (1 + x ) dx = 15 (1 + x )
(d) 2 3
1
4 4 3 4
5
M1 k(..) and 5/4 power
A1 All correct

4 4
2 Must see one of the
3 4
(1 + x ) = ( 9 ) 0 = 9 3 =
5 5 4 12 3
4
A1cso expr' between {..}
15 1 15 15 5 and the answer
(3)
(e) Let E = required integral.
f(x) = (1 + x 3 ) 4 and g(x) = x2
1
B1 Suitable f and g

2 Suitable inequality
Then [ (d) ] E x 4 dx
2
M1 for E
1
2 Allow slip e.g
2
x 325
1 33
1 x dx = 5 = 5 5 = 5 5 5 or 5 5
4 16 1 32 1
M1
1

144 3 33 144
So E E A1cso
25 5 55
(4)
(16)

Awarding of S and T marks


Questions Marks
2, 3, 4 S1 For a fully correct solution that is succinct or includes an S+ point

5, 6, 7 S2 For a fully correct solution that is succinct and includes some S+ points
5, 6, 7 S1 For a fully correct solution that is succinct but does not mention any S+ points
5, 6, 7 S1 For a fully correct solution that is slightly laboured but includes an S+ point
5, 6, 7 S1 For a score of n -1 but solution is otherwise succinct or contains an S+ point
Maximum S score is 6
ALL T1 For at least half marks on all questions
Question Scheme Marks Notes
7. (a) 1
f ( x) = 12 x 2 M1 Some correct diff
3
2
f ( x) = 0 x 2 = 36 M1 f (x) =0 to give x =..

So A (6, 4) and B ( 6, 4 )
nd
[1st A1 for + 6 or (6, 4)] A1A1 2 A1 is cso
(4)
(b) k = 6 (Allow k = + 6) B1ft
(1)
(c) Grad of normal = 1
3 , so gradient of tangent must be 3 B1M1 M1 for perp. rule
S+ for B1
1 1 1 Form a suitable eqn
comment So 3 = 12 x 2 f ( x) = 3 or f ( x) = 3 dM1 using their f'(x)
3
dM1 Solving suitable eqn
36 6 3 2
x =
2
so ( = ) or 10 or 3 A1 p q where p or q is
10 10 5 5 an integer
(5)
(d) 10 12 10 11
y coord: = + = 2.2 10 or 10 M1 Attempt y coord
5 6 5
Equation of normal is: y = 13 ( x ) M1 ft their and
Must be values and
m= 13

i.e. y = 13 x + 2 10 (o.e.) A1
(3)
(e) y
B1 Both branches
Shape
Follow through
(6, 4); (-6, 4) B1ft their A and B
(-6,4) (6, 4) Asymptotes
B1B1 -1 each omission
x
x =0 , y = 13 x x
y= 3 is OK
(4)
(f) If intersect then line = curve gives: (3m 1) x 2 + 3 x 36 = 0 M1 Attempt line =
curve 3TQ
S+ for Disciminant < 0 gives: 9 < 4 (3m 1)(36) M1 Correct use of discr
comment
leading to ineq in m
5 M1 Solving to m < k
Solving : 48m < 15, so m < A1 A1 for k= 165 (o.e.)
16
S+ for 5 5 A1 Both
comment From sketch :
<m< (5) [Allow M1M1M1 for
on m > ... 16 16 MR of l for 1]
ALT 12 Use of limiting
(f) Tangent at , 3 + goes through (0, 1), gradient = m = f () case: gradient of
chord = gradient of
1 12 + 12 1 M1 tangent (= gradient
Leads to equation: 2 = 3 of line)
3
36 + 36 3
2 2
= 3 = 72 or = 24 M1 Solve for
3 2 3 2
1 12 5 Then as above
m= 2 = etc
3 16
(22)
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