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FORM TP 2017144 MAY/JUNE 2OI7

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL


CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATIONO

APPLIED MATHEMATICS
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS
UNIT 2 -Paper 02
2 hours 30 minutes

READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.

l. This paper consists of THREE sections. Answer ALL questions.

2 Write your answers in the spaces provided in this booklet.

J Do NOT write in the margins

4 Unless otherwise stated in the question, allnumericalanswers'MUST be given exactly


OR to three significant figures as appropriate.

5 If you need to rewrite any answer and there is not enough space to do so on the original
page, you must use the extra page(s) provided at the back of this booklet. Remember
to draw a line through your original answer.

6. If you use the extra page(s), you MUST write the question number clearly in
the box provided at the top of the extra page(s) and, where relevant, include the
question part beside the answer.

7. You may use a silent, non-programmable calculator.

Examination Materials:

Mathematical formulae and tables (Revised 2012)

DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO.

Copyright O 2015 Caribbean Examinations Council


All rights reserved.

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SECTION A

MODULE 1: DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Answer BOTH questions.

l. (a) A farmeq in the business of growing fodder for livestock, has 50 acres available for planting
alfalfa and corn. The cost ofalfalfa seeds is $60 per acre, and the cost ofcorn seeds is
$45 per acre. The total cost of labour will amount to $40 per acre for alfalfa and $80 per
acre for corn. The farmer does not wish to spend more than $2700 for seeds and $3200
for labour. The income per acre from alfalfa is $l l0 and that from corn is $ l 50.

(i) Using x to represent the number of acres planted with alfalfa and y to represent
the number of acres planted with corn, formulate a linear programming problem
for the information given. State clearly the maximizing function.

[5 marksl

(ii) On the grid provided on page 5, draw all the lines defined by the constraints and
shade the feasible region which satisfies ALL of these constraints. [8 marks]

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(iii) Determine the number of acres of alfalfa and the number of acres of corn that the
farmer must plant to maximize his income.

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(b) Write the contrapositive ofp --+ -Q

[2 marksl

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a all the paths from C to E-

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A project consisting of 9 activities, R, s, T, (J, v, w, x, y, Z, is given in the table below


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Activity R T U V W X Y Z
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Duration Time in Minutes 8 10 t2 9 6 7 5 6 4

Immediate Predecessors R s TS U,V tr


W X,Y

(i) In the space below, construct the activity network for the project.

[6 marksl

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(iii) State the critical path of the activity network'

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(iv) Determine the MINIMUM time needed to complete the project.

[2 marks]

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The following table gives the daily income, in dollars, earned by four workers l, B, C and
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given a different task.

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B 305 305 330 294

C 209 250 285 255

D 357 295 307 305

(i) Use a Hungarian algorithm to determine the task to which EACH worker must be
assigned in order to MAXIMIZE the total income.

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(ii) Determine the TorAL income of the workers for the four tasks

[2 marks]

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SECTION B

MODULE 2: PROBABILITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS

Answer BOTH questions.

3. (a) Four persons are to be chosen to sit on a family life committee, from a group which consists
of 6 males and 4 females. Three of the males are local. Find the probability thatthe 3
locals are on the committee.

[5 marksl

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(i) calculate the value of the constant k and sketch the graph of l@) in the space
provided below.

[4 marksl

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(ii) Determine E(X) and Var(,t)

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(iv) Determine the cumulative distribution function, F(x) : P(X < x), and sketch its
graph in the space provided below.

[4 marks]

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(v) Calculate the median, m, of x.

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Rectangular metal sheets have an average of 2 blisters for every l5 m2 of metal. Assuming
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that these blisters may be modelled by a Poisson distribution, determine, to 3 significant
figures, the probability that a piece of metal I 5 m2 will contain at most three blisters.

[4 marksl

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The probability that a customer who goes to the Land Tax Department intends to pay arrears
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the Land Tax Department to pay their taxes. Justifying the use of a suitable approximation,
calculate the probability that at least 2 customers intend to pay their arrears.

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The number of calls received at an office is found to follow a Poisson distribution with
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(i) State clearly the distribution which can be used to approximate the Poisson
distribution.

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(ii) Calculate the probability that in one hour less than 32 calls are received.

[4 marksl

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(d) The table below gives the preference of 250 persons who were asked to choose among
five flavours of a certain tea.

X'lavour

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Original and and and and Total
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Number Preferring Brand

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Preferring Brand

(i) Complete the table by giving the expected number of persons preferring EACH
brand, assuming that each brand is equally likely to be preferred. [1 markl

(ii) Perform a I
goodness-of-fit test atthe l%osignificance level to determine whether
a uniform distribution fits the tea-drinking preference of the 250 persons.

[6 marksl

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SECTION C

MODULE 3: PARTICLE MECHANICS

Answer BOTH questions.

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s. (a) Two particles, A and B of masses (m + 3) kg and rz kg respectively are connected by a


light inextensible string which passes over a fixed, smooth, light pulley located at the edge
of a table. The system is initially held at rest with B hanging freely at the end of the string
that hangs over the edge of the table, while A rests on the rough surface of the table. The
coefficient of friction between Particle A and the surface is 0.36. The acceleration of the
system is 2.5 ms 2 when the system is released.

(i) Draw a diagram to illustrate this information, showing the forces acting on the
system.

[4 marksl

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(ii) Determine the masses of the particles, A and B.

[6 marks]

(iii) Calculate the tension, 7, in the string

[2 marksl
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An object, on the edge of a cliffthat is 45 m above the ground, is projected with a speed
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(i) If air resistance is ignored, determine the time taken for the object to hit the ground.

[9 marks]
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6. (a) A l0 kN load is pulled steadily up a track inclined at25" to the horizontal by a horizontal
force, P. If the coefficient of friction, p, is 0.2, determine the

(D horizontal force P

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(ii) frictional force

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A truck provides an impulse of 420 N to set in motion a stationary trolley of mass 45 kg
which then moves freely at velocity, Vr, against a track resistance of 0.8 Nkg-'. If the
trolley reaches a velocity, V, after 5 seconds, calculate the velocities V,, and Vr.

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(c) Two ropes of equal length attached to an object of mass 80 kg are used to pull the object
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