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TESTCODE O2I34OIO

FORM TP 2004245 MAYiJUNE 2OO4

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION
MATHEMATICS

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21 MAY'201X (p.m.)

This examination paper consists of THREE sections: Module 1.1, Module 1.2, and Module 1.3.

Each section consists of 5 questions.


The maximum mark for each section is 30.
The maximum mark for this examination is 90.
This examination paper consists of 6 pages.

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

1. DO NOT open this examination paper until instructed to do so.

2. Answer ALL questions from the THREE sections.

3. Unless otherwise stated in the question, all numerical answers MUST


be given exactly OR to three significant figures as appropriate.

Examination materials

Mathematical formulae and tables


Electronic calculator
Graph paper

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All rights reserved.
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SECTION A (MODULE 1.1)

Answer ALL questions.

1. The functionfir) =f -ti+2r-p has remainder - 5 whenitis divided by.r + l.


Find the possible values of the constant p. [6 marksl

2. (a) Given that.r > y, and/<< 0 for the real numbers x, y and /<, show thatkx <W.
[4 marks]

(b) Solve, for.r e R, the equation

f - Olxl+A=0. [4 marks]

3. (a) Showthat4, = 22-'. [1 nark ]

(b) Solve, for -r, the equation

t +22-'=5. [4 marks]

4. The functions.fand g are defined on Rby

f: x --> -3x + 6, g : x -) x +7.

Solve, for r, the equation

flSQx + l)) = 30' [5 marksl

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The figure below (not drawn to scale) represents a cross-section through a tunnel. The cross-
section is part of a circle with radius 5 metres and centre O. The width AB of the floor of the tunnel
is 8 metres.

Calculate

(a) the size, in radians, of the angle o t3 riarksl

(b) the length of the arc ACB. [3 marks]

Total 30 marks

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sEcTroN B (MODLJLE 1.2)

Answer ALL questions.

6, Obtain the Cartesian equation of the curve whose parametric rcpresentation is r =2t+3,
! = 3la + 2 in the form y - A-f + B.r + C, where A, B and C are real numben.
[6 marks]

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7. Find the range of values of.r R for which
t+3 > 0,x * 3. [6 marks]

sin 2A
t. (a) Show that I_ ,A = cot A, for cos ?A I 1. [3 marks]
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(b) Solve the equation cos 2d =3cosd -2 for O < 0 <n. [4marlal

9. Given that o and p are the roots of the equation I - 3r - I = 0, find the equation whose roots are
l+oandl+P. [5 marks]

10. The position vector of a point P is i + 3j. Find


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(a) the unit vector in the direction of OP [2 marks]

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(b) the position vector of a point Q on Oi ploduced such that I Oq | = S [2 marks]

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(c) the value of I such that the vector 3r i + 4j is perpendicular to the vector OP. [2 marks]

Totel 30 marks

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sEcTroN c (MoDULE 1.3)

Answer ALL questions.

11. (a) Giventhat lT-, tort'lt = s,


evaluate f;\a 1nt1 *x1. [5 marks]

12. Differentiate from first piinciples the function

flx)-- f '
with respect to .r . [6 marks]

' 13. Given that flx) = r* + sr + t, r * 0,

(a) find (i) .f '(x)

(ii) f"(r) [2 marks]

(b) find, in terms of r and s, the conditions under whichf.r) will have a maximum
[3 marks]

(c) find the maximum. [3 marks]

14. The curvey =p.f +qf +3x+2passes through the point T(1,2) and its gradient at lis 7.
Find the values of the constants p and g. [5 marks]

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The diagram below is a rough diagram of y =l x - 2l forreal values of r from,r=O to


x=4.

(a) Find the coordinates of the points A and B. [2 marksl

(b) Find the volume generated by rotating the triangle OAB shown above through 360' about
the r-axis. [ 4 marks]

Total 30 marks

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