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TEST CODE O2234OIO


FORM TP 2016281 MAY/JUNE 20I6

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION@
PURE MATHEMATICS
ANALYSIS, MATRICES AND COMPLEX NUMBERS

UNIT2-Paper0l
t hour 30 minutes

0l JUNE 2016 (a.m.)


READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREF'ULLY.

This test consists of 45 items. You will have t hour and 30 minutes to answer them.
2 In addition to this test booklet, you should have an answer sheet.

3 Do not be concerned that the answer sheet provides spaces for more answers than there are
items in this test.
4 Each item in this test has four suggested answers leftered (A), (B), (C), (D). Read each item
you are about to answer and decide which choice is best.

5 On your answer sheet, find the number which conesponds to your item and shade the space
having the same letter as the answer you have chosen. Look at the sample item below.

Sample Itern
The expression ( I +.6 )' is equivalent to Sample Answer

(A) 4
(B) l0 @
(c) l+3"6
(D) 4+2Jl
The best answer to this itenr is *4 + 2.6,,, ,o (D) has been shaded.
6' If you want to change your answer, erase it conrpletely before you fill in your new cSoice.
7' When you are told to begin, turn the page and work as quickly and as carefully as you
can
If you canllot answer an itern, go on to the next one. You ntay
retul.t'l to that itenr Iater.
ffi 8. You nray do any rough work in this booklet.
t 9' The use of silent, non-prograrrnrable scientific calculators is allowed.
E Exanr ination Materials:
E A list of ,rather,atical fornrulae and tables. (Revised 2olz)
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DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTrL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO
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I The complex number z =r| can be 2 Which of the following is a sketch
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the locus of the point represented by the
represented on an Argand diagram as
complex number z, given that lz + 5ii:
3?
(A) tm
(A)

-t I
zt7, 3
I
i i)
I Re .r
z
-3

(B) Im

(B)

Re
-I z (1, -1)
-3 3

(c) fm

(c)
z Gl' l)

Re

(D) fm
-3

I (D)
,
I
T I -1 Re
&
7'7
-3 3

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3 Theexpresssion i[(l + i)r-(l - i),] isequal 7 . The derivative of ln xl is
I to
l

(A) 4 (A) I
I

(B) -2 -.3X
i
(c) 2
(B)
il
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t (D) 4
-3x
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l,l (c)
t 3x
4.
!l

ir
lf xzy - xt' = 10, then lZ is equal to (D) 3x
li

:i
rt

rl (A) l0
2x-2y ff
I 8.
*:Zxy,thenthe
value of * atthe

+
li

I
li
tl

(B) point (1, 2) is


il

il
(c) x'-Zry (A) 6
Ji

li
1,
'i^-" (B)
(c)
8
ii
i t2
j
I (D) Y'.-zxY (D) 16
I 2xy
t,
I
J

Ifi*=
i,

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1

5. The value of lfT


cos-+rslt'l-
22 IS

"'" (;)-'
)_
(A)
, (A) -2
t
(B) -l (B) Ztan-t (2x) + c
(c) I
(D) 2 (c) tan-t (2x) + c
{
I I
(D) -l
I
1 -tan (, +c
sec'x 2
t _
''4
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I Ztan x
:
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equationsx = t2 - 2t, y = 12 + Zt. The
(A) 1lnlr".'*l+"
i
expression f", is given by
i
*
(B) lnltan xf+c
2 t-1
i (A)
n
(c) 2lnf sec .xf +c t+l
il
ii
(D) 2lnf tan.rf+c (B)
t+l
I r -l
(c)
2t-l
2t+l
I
t
I 2t +l
tl (D)
t.
i
I
2t -l
i
I,
ti
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il J(cosSx cos3x)dx=
14. lf f(x, y) is such that

(A)
J{cosAx
+ coslx)dx *ox = ,'[-sin (r+y) + cos (x + y)] and
(B) J(cos8, - cos2x)dx af -e'-,.sin (x+y), then which of the
b=
(c) 1 following is TRUE?
2 I (cos8x + cos2x)dx
(A) f(x,y) =e'sin (x+y)
(D) 1 (cos8x - cos2x)dx
2'J (B) f (x, y): d cos (x + y)

(c) f (x, y) : e'sin (x + y) +cos (x +y)


t2 One square root of 3 - 4i is
(D) f (x, y): e" cos (x + y)
(A) Ji -zi
(B) Ji +zi 15. Given secr.r= I * tan2x,
L *rr,,
(c) 2- i tr
(A)
(D) 2+i 4

(B) fi
4
l3
2!
|(x-l)(x+3),d*= n
J (c)
4

(D) l-1t
22
(A)
II x-l 3(x+3) dx 4

22 16. If the ternts of the sequence


(B)
rI 3(x-l) (x+3) dx ur, u2, j ..,, un... satisfy the recurrence
u

relation u,n, =
-+_ u
,* 3, n Zl, then the r,l, term
(c) ,+-)
( 2(x-t) dx
may be expressed as
2(x+3)
(A) tt, * $77
l3 (B) u, * 3tt
(D) ( _+--
2(x-t) 2(x+3)
dx (c) ut+3(n-l)
(D) u,+6(n-l)

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17. For-l<Zn<t,ltZn),= 21. The express io" be simplified
rn0 hcan
and written as
2
(A)
l-n (A) 2t
I (B) 3!
(B)
1-2n (c) n-3
2n
(D) n(n-l)
(c)
1+2n

*r(t
2n
(D) 22.
l-2n *)=
n+2
t8 Given thatuorepresents the nh term of (A)
a n+l
sequence, which of the following
converges? n
(B)
n+l
(A) u,= 3n -4
(c)
(B) u,,= Z(-l),,-, n+1

(C) u,=* (D)


n
n+l
fl-l
(D) ,,=r( 4
{ 3u
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23. Given tnat i,t1t + l)=g then, for m ( r?,
t_t
I
j I9
j
fi::: :::'i':"*:il 1l il.'i j,:? i f;,: I
*-n+l
k (k + l)--

(A) -3
(B) -t
(A)
^t -s m +l
(c) I
(B) S.*,-{,
(D) 3 (c) tS,,- S,
(D) S,, - S,t,

20
Ilr. ryl ro infinity of the geornetric series
16 + +
t2 9 +. . . is 24 The equation e* -.xa = 0 has a root between

(A) 64 (A) 0 and I


(B) 37 (B) I and2
(c) 16 (C) 2 and 3
(D) 6 (D) 3 and 4

I.

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25. By using the Newton-Raphson method with 28. Arelay team of 5 teachers is to be chosen
a first approximation x,, the second approxi- from a group of l5 teachers.
mation 'x,*, for a root of the equation
x5 = xj + 25 may be expressed as In how many ways could this relay team
be chosen?

(A)
x,,-xl,-il,+25
sxi 4{ (A)
l5!
l0! 5!

(B)
x,, - x: - xl, -zs l5!
sxi -txj (B)
r0!

(c) +xl, - lx) -zs (c) l5!


5 5!

4rl, -Zxj +25


(D) l5!
(D)
sxl -txj
29 The values ofx for which the expansion of
26 tC, equals
L isvalidare
(A) tCr*'C, Jltoo-sox;

(B) 'Cr*tC, (A) -l <x<l


(c) 8
X ,C, (B) -Z <x <2
3 ll
g x 7c
(c) --))<x <-
(D)
J
(D) x < -2 and x>2

27 If the coefficient of .f in the expression of


(6 - ax)e is -84, then the value of a is 30 Let f be a continuous function with
f (0) = I and f (0.8) = 0.76. -
(A)
36 The first approximation to the root in
(B) [0, 0.8], using linear interpolation, to 3
36 decimal places is

(c) 36
(A) 0.000
(D) (B) 0.400
-36
(c) 0.444
(D) 0.45s

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31. In how many ways can the letters P, Q,, R, (t-z


,Sand I be arranged so that P and Q, are
always together, and .R and .S are always 33. IfP= lr r and

together? [-, 2 il
(A) 3! -7 6 -10

(B) Q:t -14 3 -5 , then


s! 7 07
(c) st.z 2t 00
,O= 0 2t0
(D) 3l x2 x2
021
[0
32 A is a 3 x 3 matrix with determinant 14 The matrix P-r equals
If the matrix of cofactors of A is
(A) (PQT'
4 -t4 -2 (B) (QPT'
3 -'7 -5
173 (c) P
then A-r : 2t

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4 -14 -2 (D) a
2t
(A) 3 -7 -5
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173 34 Given that y : 0 at .r = 0, the general
4 3
solution of the differential equation
y"+6y'+9y=Qit
(B)
l4
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-14 -7 jl
-2 -5 (A) ,- s3r * Bx
(B) != Bxe-3'
-14 -2 (C) Y=e3*(A+Bx)
(c) -7 -5 (D) y: e-3'+.Br
4
ti 73
3 I
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(D) -7 7
t4
l,: -5 3

li

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35 A sample space X consists solely of 3 Item 37 refers to the following table which
mutually exclusive events, p, R and S. If shows the number of males and females
P(8) = 0.3 and P(R) = 0.6, then P(S) = and their preferences for Drink A and
Drink.B.
(A) 0.r
(B) 0.2 Male Female Total
(c) 0.6
(D) 0.e Drinkl t2 18 30

Drink.B 20 r0 30
36 A school debating team comprising 3
teachers, 3 boys and 3 girls is to be chosen Total 32 28 60
from 5 teachers, 4 boys and 6 girls. The
number of ways in which this team can be 37 One person is randomly selected. What
chosen is is the probability that this person is female
and prefers Drink B?
(A) 27
(B)
(c)
54
182 (A)
I
6
(D) 800
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(B) 3

5
(c) l4

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(D) 2

38 The FIRST ROW ofthe product PQ ofthe


two3x3 matrices
2 3 I 2 I 3

P- 5 6 5 0=[ 5 0 -l
-l 2 J 1,,, -3 -2 4
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(A) ()) -4 -5)


(B) (16 -5 t)
(c) (t6 0 7)
(D) (22 -35 -r)

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39 A, B, C and D are four3 x 3 matricies. 42 A suitable integrating factor for the solution
i" r"l
.t I Given that of the differential equation
AB = J, BC = K, CD = L, ABC = p and
,.,
, ' :,1,

BCD = Q, where J, K, L, p and e dy


- +2v
- =-l. ls
. ,1
are matrices, the product of ABCD is dxxx
rf I,"1,'
, :,,:
(A) JQ
(B) JKL
(A) b
(c) LJ (B) ln2x
(D) PD
(c) f
(D) ek
40 Two coins and a die with faces numbered
I to 6 are thrown together once. Assuming
that thedieand coins are fair, the probabi lity Item 43 refers to the Venn diagram below
of obtaining 2 heads and a number tess than which shows the probabilities associated
4is with events .t( and L in a sample space S.

(A) I

24 sgL
,1"
'l I
: - 'i., (B)
8
0.45

2
(c)
J 0.0s
',: i

J
(D)
4 43 The probability that I occurs, given thatl(
occurs, is

41. The general solution of the differential (A) 0.25


(B) 0.33
equation * (c)
*=: (D)
0.35
0.95

(A) y=d
(B) y= b
(c) y=x'lk
(D) )t=lnx+k

I ,5r:r: I

i::i::.

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44 The number of possible values of x 45. The matrix A


represents a system of
which satisfy the system of simuttaneous linear equations after some elementary row
equations, operations have been performed.

2x+3y*22=-5 Ir 0 I 3

4x + 6y * 4z= -10 ^=l;


I I 2

0 0 2
6x+9y+62=-25
Which ofthe fo I lowi ng statements is TRUE?
rs

(A) 0
(A) The solution is unique.
(B)
(B) There is'no solution.
(c)
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(C) There are infinitely many solutions

(D) 3
(D) The solutions are dependent.

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