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9 The figure shows a circle, centre O, radius r cm. The length of the arc AB of the circle is 9π cm. For

Angle AOB is θ radians and is 3 times angle OBA. Examiner’s

Use

r cm A

O

θ

rad

9π cm

B

3π

(i) Show that θ = 5 . [2]

0606/12/M/J/11

12

11 For

Examiner’s

Use

O 1

2c

1.8 m

rad E

C

A B

The diagram shows an isosceles triangle AOB and a sector OCDEO of a circle with centre O. The

line AB is a tangent to the circle. Angle AOB = 1.8 radians and the radius of the circle is 12 cm.

0606/21/M/J/11

12

Examiner’s

EITHER Use

A B

E F

r cm

D G

θ

θ θ r cm

C

The figure shows a sector ABC of a circle centre C, radius 2r cm, where angle ACB is 3θ radians.

The points D, E, F and G lie on an arc of a circle centre C, radius r cm. The points D and G are

the midpoints of CA and CB respectively. Angles DCE and FCG are each θ radians. The area of

the shaded region is 5 cm2.

(i) By first expressing θ in terms of r, show that the perimeter, P cm, of the shaded region is

given by P = 4r + 8r . [6]

(ii) Given that r can vary, show that the stationary value of P can be written in the form

k 2 , where k is a constant to be found. [4]

(iii) Determine the nature of this stationary value and find the value of θ for which it occurs. [2]

OR

A

10 cm E

r cm

θ

θ D

O C

The figure shows a sector OAB of a circle, centre O, radius 10 cm. Angle AOB = 2θ radians

π

where 0 < θ < 2 . A circle centre C, radius r cm, touches the arc AB at the point D. The lines OA

and OB are tangents to the circle at the points E and F respectively.

10 sin θ

(ii) Hence show that r = 1 + sin θ . [2]

dr 10

(iii) Given that θ can vary, find dθ when r = 3 . [6]

π

(iv) Given that r is increasing at 2 cms–1, find the rate at which θ is increasing when θ = 6 . [3]

9

7 For

F Examiner’s

Use

cm

20

D

θ

O 6 cm 8 cm C

A B

In the diagram AD and BE are arcs of concentric circles centre O, where OA = 6 cm and

AB = 8 cm. The area of the region ABED is 32 cm2. The triangle OCF is isosceles with

OC = OF = 20 cm.

0606/22/O/N/11

9

Examiner’s

(i) Express the area, A cm2, of the sector in terms of r. [3] Use

(ii) Given that r can vary, find the stationary value of A. [3]

0606/23/O/N/11

4

7

10 cm A

X

6 cm

B

The diagram shows a circle, centre O and radius 6 cm. The tangent from X touches the circle at A and

XA = 10 cm. The line from X to O cuts the circle at B.

(ii) Find the perimeter of the shaded region. [3]

(iii) Find the area of the shaded region. [3]

0606/2/M/J/02

Q

m

7c

B 5 cm

r cm

O r cm P

A 6 cm

The diagram shows a right-angled triangle OPQ and a circle, centre O and radius r cm, which cuts

OP and OQ at A and B respectively. Given that AP # 6 cm, PQ # 5 cm, QB # 7 cm and

angle OPQ # 90°, find

0606/2/M/J/03

10 C

20 cm 20 cm

0.7 rad

A B

D

The diagram shows an isosceles triangle ABC in which BC # AC # 20 cm, and angle BAC # 0.7

radians. DC is an arc of a circle, centre A. Find, correct to 1 decimal place,

0606/1/M/J/04

6

12

E

B D

16 cm

10 cm

The diagram, which is not drawn to scale, shows a circle ABCDA, centre O and radius 10 cm.

The chord BD is 16 cm long. BED is an arc of a circle, centre A.

For the shaded region enclosed by the arcs BCD and BED, find

[11]

11

A C

2.5 rad

O B

The diagram shows a sector OACB of a circle, centre O, in which angle AOB = 2.5 radians. The line AC

is parallel to OB.

0606/02/M/J/05

10

E

D

C

5m

5m

A 8m B

the circle, centre A and radius 8 m. CBEC is a sector of the circle, centre C and radius 5 m.

(i) Show that angle BCE is 1.287 radians correct to 3 decimal places. [2]

0606/01/M/J/07

© UCLES 2007

4

7

A

4 cm

O B C

The diagram shows a sector OAB of a circle, centre O, radius 4 cm. The tangent to the circle at A meets

the line OB extended at C. Given that the area of the sector OAB is 10 cm2, calculate

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9

A

m

8c

X

Y

O B

3 cm

The diagram shows a sector OXY of a circle centre O, radius 3 cm and a sector OAB of a circle

centre O, radius 8 cm. The point X lies on the line OA and the point Y lies on the line OB. The perimeter

of the region XABYX is 15. 5 cm. Find

(ii) the ratio of the area of the sector OXY to the area of the region XABYX in the form p : q, where

p and q are integers. [4]

B O 0.8π

6 cm

The diagram represents a company logo ABCDA, consisting of a sector OABCO of a circle, centre O

and radius 6 cm, and a triangle AOD. Angle AOC = 0.8π radians and C is the mid-point of OD. Find

0606/13/M/J/10

11

9 The figure shows a circle, centre O, radius r cm. The length of the arc AB of the circle is 9π cm. For

Angle AOB is θ radians and is 3 times angle OBA. Examiner’s

Use

r cm A

O

θ

rad

9π cm

B

3π

(i) Show that θ = 5 . [2]

8 cm

1.2 rad

A 8 cm O D B

The diagram shows a semicircle, centre O, of radius 8 cm. The radius OC makes an angle of 1.2 radians with

the radius OB. The arc CD of a circle has centre A and the point D lies on OB. Find the area of

0606/12/M/J/11

12

11 For

Examiner’s

Use

O 1

2c

1.8 m

rad E

C

A B

The diagram shows an isosceles triangle AOB and a sector OCDEO of a circle with centre O. The

line AB is a tangent to the circle. Angle AOB = 1.8 radians and the radius of the circle is 12 cm.

4 C

4

3

rad

O D

A

7 cm

The diagram shows a sector COD of a circle, centre O, in which angle COD # 34 radians. The points

A and B lie on OD and OC respectively, and AB is an arc of a circle, centre O, of radius

7 cm. Given that the area of the shaded region ABCD is 48 cm2, find the perimeter of this shaded

region. [6]

0606/21/M/J/11

C

8 cm

1.2 rad

A 8 cm O D B

The diagram shows a semicircle, centre O, of radius 8 cm. The radius OC makes an angle of 1.2 radians with

the radius OB. The arc CD of a circle has centre A and the point D lies on OB. Find the area of

0606/01/O/N/05

C

cm

10

0.8 rad

A

D B

10 cm

The diagram shows a sector ABC of the circle, centre A and radius 10 cm, in which angle

BAC = 0.8 radians. The arc CD of a circle has centre B and the point D lies on AB.

(i) Show that the length of the straight line BC is 7.79 cm, correct to 2 decimal places. [2]

0606/01/O/N/07

5

12

r cm

rad

O M N

The diagram shows a sector of a circle, centre O and radius r cm. Angle LOM is θ radians. The tangent

to the circle at L meets the line through O and M at N. The shaded region shown has perimeter P cm

and area A cm2. Obtain an expression, in terms of r and θ, for

(i) P, [4]

(ii) A. [3]

(iii) r, [2]

(iv) A. [1]

0606/02/O/N/06

B

D

2 cm

0.6 rad

O A

C

6 cm

The diagram shows a sector AOB of a circle with centre O and radius 6 cm. Angle AOB = 0.6 radians.

The point D lies on OB such that the length of OD is 2 cm. The point C lies on OA such that OCD is a

right angle.

Show that the length of OC is approximately 1.65 cm and find the length of CD. [4]

3

1

A

15 cm 12 cm

O 15 cm B

The diagram shows a sector AOB of a circle, centre O, radius 15 cm. The length of the arc AB is 12 cm.

A

C

4 cm

π

–

3

P

E D

The diagram shows a circle, centre O, radius 4 cm, enclosed within a sector PBCDP of a circle, centre

π

P. The circle centre O touches the sector at points A, C and E. Angle BPD is radians.

3

Show that PA = 4 3 cm and PB = 12 cm. [2]

0606/01/M/J/09

9

X

A B

8 cm

D C

O

30 cm

The diagram shows a rectangle ABCD and an arc AXB of a circle with centre at O, the mid-point of DC.

The lengths of DC and BC are 30 cm and 8 cm respectively. Find

0606/23/O/N/10

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