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2016-1-SAR

Section A [45 marks]

Answer all questions in this section.

1. The function g is defined by g : x  ln(3  x) .
a) State the domain so that function g is defined .

b) Sketch the graph of y  g (x) . Give a reason why inverse function g 1 does exist.

c) Sketch the graph of y  g 1( x) on the same diagram .

d) State the domain of g 1 [6 marks]

2. 1  2x
Expand as a series of ascending powers of x up to and including the term in x2 . By
1  2x

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substituting x  , find an approximation for 51 , stating your answer correct to 5 significant
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figures. [7 marks]

3. Solve the following equations by using Gauss-Jordan elimination and by matrix inversion
(where possible).
4x  y  z  8
2x  2 y  z  2
6 x  y  10
Classify the system as to whether it has a unique solution, is consistent, or is dependent.
[5 marks]

4. The line  1 is parallel to the vector i+2k and passes through the point A with position vector

3i+2j+5k relative to an origin O. Find the position vector of the point P on  1 such that OP is

perpendicular to  1 . Hence find the perpendicular distance from O to  1 .

A second line  2 is parallel to the vector i+j+3k and passes through the point B with position

vector 2i+3j+pk , where p is a constant. Given that the lines  1 and  2 meet at C, find the
 
value of p and the position vector of C. Write down expressions for the vectors AC and BC
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and hence show that cos A C B  . [12 marks]
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[4 marks] n   u n c) Show that ur  . the points representing z1 . 2 3 b) The complex numbers z and w are such that z  2 . [2 marks] b) Express the complex numbers 3  i and 2  2i in the form r (cos  i sin ) . Where a and b are real and positive.  u n . Hence find r [6 marks] r 1 3n  1 r 1     1 d) Find u r 1  r . giving each  2  2i   2  2i    answer in polar form.. w ii) the modulus and argument of . [9 marks] z2 6. where r  0 10 10  3 i  3 i Determine    in polar form. arg w   . arg( z )    . find the exact values of a and b . z 2 and z3 . Illustrate both circles and square on the same axes.. a) The root of the equation z  8z  22 z  20  0 are z1 . find z 2 and z 3 . w  5 . [4 marks] ii) Show on a single Argand diagram. a) The complex numbers z and w are such that w  1  ia . [6 marks] Section B [15 marks] Answer any one question in this section. 3 2 i) Given that z1  3  i . Given that wz  3  4i . Find also the equation of the circle inscribed in the square. Find the coordinates of its four vertices. 7. hence . [1 marks] b) Express u r in partial fractions. 3 4 Find the exact values of i) the real part of z and the imaginary part of z . [4 marks] r 1  3  8. z 2 and z3 . solve the equation z   3  . z  b  i .5. A square is inscribed in the circle x2  y 2  2x  4 y  93  0 with it sides parallel to the axes of coordinates. [9 marks] 2 . 1 1 1 Given the series    . 1  4 4  7 7  10 a) Find u r .