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3C/3D

Calculator-assumed

Marking Key

Marking keys are an explicit statement about what the examiner expects of candidates

when they respond to a question. They are essential to fair assessment because their

proper construction underpins reliability and validity.

2015/101206

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 2 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 9 (5 marks)

k + 5 1

Consider the matrix P = where k is a constant.

2 k

1 0 4 2

(a) If P = , solve for k . (2 marks)

1 2 0 −4

Solution

1 0 4 2

P = 0 −4

1 2

−1

4 2 1 0 4 2 1 0 3 1

∴ P

= = 0 −4 −=

0 −4 1 2 1 / 2 1 / 2 2 −2

Hence k + 5 =3 ∴ k=

−2

Specific behaviours

1 0

multiplies by the inverse of to obtain matrix P

1 2

determines the value for k

Solution

P −1

exists if det ( P ) ≠ 0 .

det ( P ) = k ( k + 5 ) − 2 = k 2 + 5k − 2

2

5 25

= k + − −2

2 4

2

5 33

= k + −

2 4

2

5 33 −1

Hence if k + = then P will not exist.

2 4

∴ P −1 will not always exist.

Specific behaviours

forms the correct expression for det ( P )

exists if det ( P ) ≠ 0

−1

tests the idea that P

shows that there is a value of k where P −1 does not exist

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 3 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 10 (8 marks)

π

The tangent to the graph of y = cos x is drawn at x = . This tangent intersects the graph of

6

y = cos x again at x = k .

π

(a) Determine the equation of the tangent at x = . (3 marks)

6

Solution

dy π π 1

= − sin x Hence at x = gradient m =

− sin =

−

dx 6 6 2

3 1 π

Equation of tangent : y− =− x−

2 2 6

x π 3

i.e. y = − + + = − 0.5 x + 1.1278...

2 12 2

Specific behaviours

dy

differentiates correctly to find

dx

π

determines correctly the slope at x =

6

π 3

forms the equation for the tangent using the point

,

6 2

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 4 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Solution

x π 3

Solving for the intersection points : cos x = − + +

2 12 2

From CAS : x = 0.5235.., 3.8168...

Hence k = 3.817 (three decimal places)

Specific behaviours

forms the equation for the intersection of the curve and the tangent

determines the value for k

π

(c) Write an expression for the area enclosed between the tangent at x = and the curve

6

y = cos x . (2 marks)

Solution

3.817

x π 3

Area expression= ∫ − + + − ( cos x ) dx

0.524

2 12 2

Specific behaviours

writes a definite integral with the correct integrand as a difference of functions

uses the correct limits of integration

(d) Hence evaluate the area correct to two decimal places. (1 mark)

Solution

3.817

x π 3

Area expression= ∫ − + + − ( cos x ) dx= 1.2657...

0.524

2 12 2

Hence area is approximately 1.27 square units (two decimal places)

Specific behaviours

evaluate the definite integral correctly to 0.01

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 5 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 11 (6 marks)

1 1

The line r = −1 + λ 2 and the plane r ( i + 2 j − k ) =

1 intersect at point P .

0 3

Solution

1 λ, y =

x =+ 2λ − 1, z =3λ

< 1 + λ , 2λ − 1,3λ >< 1, 2, −1 >= 1

1 + λ + 4λ − 2 − 3λ =

1

λ =1

P has coordinates (2, 1, 3)

Specific behaviours

states correctly the line in parametric form

solves the equation to find λ

states the coordinates of P

(b) Determine the size of the angle between the line and the plane. (3 marks)

Solution

< 1, 2,3 > is the direction of the line

< 1, 2, −1 > is the normal to the plane

< 1, 2,3 >< 1, 2, −=

1> 14 × 6 × cos θ

2

cos θ =

14 × 6

θ = 77.40o

= 90o − 77.40o

angle between the line and the plane

= 12.60o

Specific behaviours

sets up the dot product between the line and the normal to the plane

calculates the size of the angle between the line and the normal correctly

uses the complementary angle to determine the required angle

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 6 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 12 (5 marks)

The diagram below shows a sector OAB of a circle of radius r mm and centre O where

∠AOB = θ.

The value of r is increasing at the rate of 2 mm per second and the value of θ is increasing at

the rate of 0.1 radians per second.

π

Find the rate of increase of the area of the sector when r = 4 mm and θ = , correct to two

6

decimal places.

Solution

dr

= 2 mm/s

dt

Given:

dθ

= 0.1 rad/s

dt

1

A = r 2θ

2

dA 1 dθ 2 dr

= r + θ × 2r

dt 2 dt dt

dA 1 π

= 0.1 × 16 + × 2 × 4 × 2

dt=r 4,=θ π 2 6

6

Specific behaviours

selects the correct formula for area of a sector

differentiates using the product rule

differentiates implicitly in terms of t

substitutes correctly

gives the correct answer (two decimal places)

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 7 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

A particle performs simple harmonic motion with velocity v ( t ), measured in cm per second,

defined by the graph below.

(a) Given that the velocity v(t) = 3 cos(bt), determine the value for b. (2 marks)

Solution

From the graph of v ( t ) = 3cos ( bt ) Period = 0.4 seconds

2π

Hence = 0.4 5π 15.70796...

∴ b=

b

Specific behaviours

states the correct period from the graph

determines the value for b

Solution

3sin ( 5π t )

x (t )

= ∫ v ( t ) dt

= ∫ 3cos (=

5π t ) dt + c

5π

As x ( 0 ) = 1 then c = 1

3

x (t )

∴= sin ( 5π t ) + 1

5π

Specific behaviours

anti-differentiates the velocity correctly to form the displacement function

determines the correct constant of integration

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 8 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

(c) Calculate, correct to two decimal places, how far the particle will travel in the first

second. (3 marks)

Solution

3

=

Amplitude A = 0.19098.... cm

5π

Period = 0.4 seconds

Hence in one second, the particle completes 2.5 cycles of its motion.

=

Distance travelled 2.5 (=

4 A) 10

= A 1.91 cm (two decimal places)

Specific behaviours

determines the amplitude of motion

applies the idea that in one cycle, the distance travelled is 4A

states the distance correct to 0.01 cm

d 2x

(d) Show that =− k ( x − 1) for some appropriate value of k. (3 marks)

dt 2

Solution

2

d x dv

2

= = − 3b sin ( bt ) = − 15π .sin ( 5π t )

dt dt

3

x − 1 = sin ( 5π t )

5π

d 2x

Hence both and ( x − 1) are multiples of sin ( 5π t )

dt 2

d 2x 3

We can write =− k ( x − 1) ∴ −15π = − k.

5π

2

dt

∴ k= 25π 2= 246.74110....

Specific behaviours

d 2x

differentiates correctly to determine the acceleration

dt 2

d 2x

shows that and ( x − 1) are multiples of sin ( 5π t )

dt 2

determines the correct value for k

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 9 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 14 (8 marks)

2 0 0 1

A = B =

0 1 −1 0

Solution

1 − 1

S =

0 1

Specific behaviours

writes the correct matrix

(b) Describe the transformation that is represented by the matrix AB. (3 marks)

Solution

Matrix AB represents:

i. B : Clockwise rotation of 90o about the origin and then

ii. A : Horizontal dilation about x = 0 with factor 2

Specific behaviours

describes the rotation correctly

describes the horizontal dilation correctly

describes the transformation as B and then A i.e. uses the correct order

Solution

2 0 1 0 1 −1 0

R B=

= = i.e. rotate 180o clockwise

−1 0 −1 0 0 − 1

Specific behaviours

writes the correct matrix

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 10 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Triangle OPQ is transformed by a matrix T to obtain ∆OP ' Q ' as shown in the diagram below.

Point O is the origin.

(d) Determine an expression for matrix T , in terms of two of the matrices A, B, R and S , so

that ∆OPQ is transformed into ∆OP ' Q '. Provide appropriate reasoning for your answer.

(3 marks)

Solution

Appears to be transformation R i.e. rotate clockwise 180o ( 0, 2 ) ( 0, −2 )

Then S i.e. shear horizontally ( 0, −2 ) ( 2, −2 )

i.e. Object point Q ( 0, 2 ) image point Q ' ( 2, −2 ) as shown in the above diagram

−1 1

Hence T = S × R =

0 − 1

Specific behaviours

indicates that two rotations are required i.e. R

indicates that a horizontal shear is required i.e. S

writes the correct matrix expression for T in terms of R and S

(the elements of matrix T are not required)

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 11 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 15 (7 marks)

Two lines and a circle are shown below in the complex plane. Lines L1 and L2 intersect at

z= 3 + 2i, while L1 has a gradient of 3 and L2 has a gradient of – 3 .

(a) Write the equation of the circle C in the complex plane. (2 marks)

Solution

Equation for circle C : z − ( 3 + 2i ) =5

Specific behaviours

forms an equation with the modulus of a complex number equal to 5

writes a difference between z and the centre point ( 3 + 2i )

Solution

π π

=k = ( )

tan −1 3

3

L1 : Arg ( z − ( 3 + 2i ) ) =

3

∴ a = 3, b = 2

Specific behaviours

determines the correct value for k

determines the correct values for a, b

(c) Express the region shaded as the intersection of inequalities in the Argand plane.

(3 marks)

Solution

π 2π

≤ Arg ( z − ( 3 + 2i ) ) ≤ and z − ( 3 + 2i ) ≤ 5

3 3

Specific behaviours

recognises the correct argument for the second line

π

2π

states the argument between and

inclusive

3 3

states the modulus is less than or equal to 5

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 12 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

The diagram below shows the positive coordinate axes , and , with point O being

the origin. The following information is given.

4 0 0

• The points A, C and G have respective position vectors 0 , 2 and 0 .

0 0 3

• The plane Π contains the points D, E and H .

• The vector intersects plane Π at point P.

(a) Determine the vector equation of the line that contains vector . (1 mark)

Solution

Specific behaviours

states the correct vector equation

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 13 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

(b) Explain why the equation for plane Π can be written in the form

, where µ , β are any real numbers. (2 marks)

Solution

Plane has this form because:

a. is the position vector for a point in the plane

b. vectors are vectors for lines that are in the plane

Specific behaviours

states that is the position vector for a point in the plane

states that vectors are vectors for lines that are in the plane

4 − 4µ + 4β

(c) Hence show that plane Π is given =

by r

2 − 2β . (2 marks)

3µ

Solution

and

Hence

Specific behaviours

determines vector correctly

determines vectors correctly

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 14 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Solution

Point P is the intersection of the line and plane .

4λ 4 − 4µ + 4β

i.e. solve 2λ = 2 − 2 β

3λ 3µ

Equate components: 3µ = 3λ i.e. µ = λ

4λ = 4 − 4 ( λ ) + 4β i.e. 2λ = 1 + β

1

(1 + β ) =2 − 2β i.e. β =

3

2 2

Hence λ = , µ= i.e. Point P has position vector

3 3

Specific behaviours

equates components and solves correctly λ , µ and β

states the position vector for point P

3

(e) Show that the normal vector n for plane Π is parallel to 6 . (3 marks)

4

Solution

Normal vector will be perpendicular to any vector in plane

Hence

Hence

Specific behaviours

calculates the dot product between vectors correctly

applies the idea that a zero dot product implies perpendicular vectors

shows that and

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 15 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 17 (7 marks)

(a) Using matrices P0 and T, write the matrix expression that will determine the proportions

of customers who will be shopping at K, S and W two weeks later. (2 marks)

Solution

2

P=

2 T × P0

Specific behaviours

uses the correct order of matrix multiplication (post-multiplication with P0 )

uses the matrix T 2

Solution

2

0.6 0.2 0.2 0.45 0.352

=P2 0.1 0.7 0.3 × =

0.1 0.324

0.3 0.1 0.5 0.45 0.324

Specific behaviours

calculates the correct matrix

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 16 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

(c) Given that a customer initially shopped at W, what is the probability that this customer

shops at S two weeks later? (2 marks)

Solution

2

0.6 0.2 0.2 0.44 0.28 0.28

Need to examine matrix T 2 = 0.1 0.7 0.3 = 0.22 0.54 0.38

0.3 0.1 0.5 0.34 0.18 0.34

Hence P ( shop at S after Week 2 | shop at W ) = 0.38

Specific behaviours

2

examines matrix T to determine the conditional probability

states the correct probability

After many weeks, it is found that the supermarket system in Peaceville reaches equilibrium,

where there is no change in the proportions matrix from week to week.

(2 marks)

Solution

Need to examine P=

n T × P0 where n is sufficiently large.

n

0.3333....

P20 = T 20 × P0 = 0.3888....

0.2777....

0.3333....

Checking P21 =T × P20 = 0.3888.... (also)

0.2777....

Hence the approximate equilibrium percentages are:

K 33%

S 39%

W 28%

Specific behaviours

calculates Pn for a large value of n

states the correct percentages

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 17 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 18 (7 marks)

Archie and Brianna are two radio-controlled drones carrying cameras. Archie leaves the point

with position vector 2i − 3 j + 5k kilometres at 2 pm, and travels with a constant velocity of

10i − 10 j - 5k kilometres per hour .

Solution

2 2 2

speed = 10 + 10 + 5

= 15 km/h −1

Specific behaviours

evaluates the speed correctly

(b) Calculate the position vector of the location of Archie at 4 pm. (1 mark)

Solution

r=

< 2, −3,5 > +2 < 10, −10, −5 >

< 22, −23, −5 >

=

Specific behaviours

determines the position vector for Archie when t = 2

The second radio-controlled drone, Brianna, leaves the point with position vector

−20i +10 j - 30k kilometres at 4 pm. Brianna travels with a constant velocity of

30i − 30 j − 15k kilometres per hour .

(c) Calculate the position vector of the location of Brianna at any time t . (1 mark)

Solution

r =< −20,10, −30 > + t < 30, −30, −15 >

Specific behaviours

writes the position vector for Brianna at any time t

(d) Find an expression for the vector representing the distance between Archie and Brianna

at any time t . (1 mark)

Solution

AB =< −20 + 30t , 10 − 30t , − 30 − 15t > − < 22 + 10t , − 23 − 10t , − 5 − 5t >

=< −42 + 20t , 33 − 20t , − 25 − 10t >

AB = ( −42 + 20t ) 2 + ( 33 − 20t ) 2 + ( −25 − 10t ) 2

Specific behaviours

writes the magnitude of vector in terms of t

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 18 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

(e) Use calculus to determine the shortest distance between Archie and Brianna. (2 marks)

Solution

d

Using CAS, solve ( −42 + 20t ) 2 + ( 33 − 20t ) 2 + ( −25 − 10t ) 2 =0 and check by

dt

evaluating the second derivative for t = 1.39 h

AB 41.74 metres. Hence the shortest distance between Archie and Brianna is

41.7 metres. (one decimal place)

Specific behaviours

solves correctly for t using the first derivative

evaluates the distance correctly by substitution

(f) Correct to the nearest minute, at what time are they closest? (1 mark)

Solution

From above, this occurs after 1.39 h i.e. at ~5:24 pm

Specific behaviours

determines the correct time

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 19 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 19 (9 marks)

A type of lichen, L1 , is flat and circular, and grows continuously, always maintaining its circular

shape with a fixed centre.

2

At any time t months, the instantaneous rate of growth of its surface area, A cm , is 0.2A.

2

(a) Write the formula for A , given the surface area of L1 is 2 cm when t = 0 . (1 mark)

Solution

dA

If = 0.2 A

dt

then A = A0e0.2 t

at t 0,=

= A 2

2e0.2 t

∴ A(t ) =

Specific behaviours

writes the formula in correct form with correct constants

Solution

0.2( 3)

A = 2e

= 3.64 cm2 per month

Specific behaviours

evaluates correctly stating the correct units

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 20 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Another type of lichen L2 grows in such a way that its rate of increase of surface area is given

by

dB

= 0.4 B.

dt

2

(c) Write the formula for B, given that the surface area of L2 is 1.5cm when t = 1 . (2 marks)

Solution

dB

If = 0.4 B

dt

then B = B0e0.4 t

at

= t 1,=

B 1.5

1.5 = B0e0.4

B0 = 1.0055 (four decimal places)

1.0055e0.4 t

∴ B (t ) =

Specific behaviours

writes the correct exponential form for B

evaluates constant B0 correctly

(d) When, to the nearest month, will L1 and L2 have the same surface areas? (2 marks)

Solution

0.2 t 0.4 t

2e = 1.0055e

t = 3.4383 months

i.e. same surface area after three months

Specific behaviours

writes the correct equation to solve for equal areas

solves correctly to give the answer in months

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 21 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

(e) When will the lichens touch for the first time, given that their centres are 10 cm apart?

(3 marks)

Solution

For B, e0.4 t = π r2 2

and r1 + r2 =

10 cm

e0.2 t π r12 and =

Solving simultaneously: 2= e0.4 t π (10 − r1 ) 2

Specific behaviours

states that the sum of the radii equals 10

writes simultaneous equations to solve for the radii and time t

solves using CAS to find the correct time in months

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 22 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Question 20 (8 marks)

A number of fractions are multiplied together and the answers are tabulated.

Answer

n Product P(n)

A(n)

2 1 2

3 1 − =

3 3 6

2 2 1 2

4 1 − 1 − =

3 4 6 12

2 2 2 1 2

5 1 − 1 − 1 − =

3 4 5 10 20

2 2 2 2 1 2

6 1 − 1 − 1 − 1 − =

3 4 5 6 15 30

2 2 2 2 2 1 2

7 1 − 1 − 1 − 1 − 1 − =

3 4 5 6 7 21 42

(a) Write an expression for P(8) and the answer A(8). (2 marks)

Solution

2 2 2 2 2 2

P ( 8 ) =−

1 1 − 1 − 1 − 1 − 1 −

3 4 5 6 7 8

2 1

Hence A= (8) =

56 28

Specific behaviours

forms the correct expression for P(8)

states the correct value for A(8)

Solution

P (101) has 99 factors multiplied together

Specific behaviours

states the correct answer

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 23 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

Solution

2 2 1

A

= (101) = =

101×100 10100 5050

Specific behaviours

states the correct answer

Solution

2

It appears that A(n) =

n ( n − 1)

2 2 2 2 2 2

i.e. 1 − 1 − 1 − ...... 1 − 1 − =

3 4 5 n − 1 n n ( n − 1)

Specific behaviours

forms a conjecture that is consistent with the data

Solution

2 1 2 1

For n = 3 1 − = = Hence true for n = 3

3 3 3(3 − 1) 3

2 2 2 2

Assume it is true for n = k i.e. 1 − 1 − ..... 1 − =

3 4 k k ( k − 1)

Consider n= k + 1:

2 2 2 2

P ( k + 1) = 1 − 1 − ...... 1 − 1 −

3 4 k k + 1

2 2

= × 1 − (using the assumption)

k ( k − 1) k +1

2 k −1 2

= × = Hence true for n= k + 1

k ( k − 1) k +1 ( k + 1) k

Hence the conjecture is true for n = 3, 4, 5,.... (for all integers n ≥ 3 )

Specific behaviours

shows that the conjecture is true for n = 3

expresses correctly the product for n= k + 1

shows that P ( k + 1) is true from the assumption that P ( k ) is true

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 24 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

dN

A rumour spreads among 200 people at a rate given by , where N ( t ) is the number of

dt

people who have already heard the rumour after t hours. Initially 40 people have heard the

rumour.

N

It is known that N (t ) satisfies Ae0.5t = , where A is some constant.

200 − N

Solution

40

Using N ( 0 ) = 40 then Ae ( ) =

0.5 0

200 − 40

40

=

i.e. A = 0.25

160

Specific behaviours

substitutes correctly for N and t into the equation given

determines the value for A

N

(b) By implicitly differentiating the equation Ae0.5t = with respect to t, show that

200 − N

dN N ( 200 − N )

= . (5 marks)

dt 400

Solution

d d N

i.e.

dt

( 0.25e0.5t ) =

dt 200 − N

d N dN ( 200 − N ) .1 − N . ( −1) dN

∴ 0.5 ( 0.25e0.5=

t

) . = .

dN 200 − N dt ( 200 − N )

2

dt

1 N 200 dN

∴

= .

2 200 − N ( 200 − N )2 dt

N × ( 200 − N ) N ( 200 − N )

2

dN

=

∴ = as required

dt 2 × ( 200 − N ) × 200 400

Specific behaviours

differentiates the exponential function Ae0.5t in terms of t correctly

N

differentiates the quotient in terms of N correctly

200 − N

dN

uses the chain rule correctly to obtain in the equation

dt

N

substitutes for Ae0.5t using

200 − N

dN

manipulates the equation to obtain correctly

dt

MATHEMATICS: SPECIALIST 3C/3D 25 MARKING KEY

CALCULATOR-ASSUMED

(c) Hence determine the fastest rate at which the rumour will spread. (3 marks)

Solution

dN N ( 200 − N )

=

Given that this is a quadratic function in terms of N

dt 400

dN

The maximum value for will occur when N = 100

dt

=

dN (100 )( 200 − 100 )

= 25

i.e.

dt 400

Hence the fastest rate that the rumour will spread is 25 people per hour

Specific behaviours

dN

uses the expression for the derivative to find fastest rate

dt

determines the value for N that yields the maximum

determines the rate with appropriate use of units

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