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� x�

1. (a) (i) 1 + �up to the first 3 terms.

Expand � [2]

� 4�

9

� x�

(ii) Hence, given that ( 8 - 2 x - 3 x 2 ) �

1 + �= 8 + hx + kx 2 + ....... ,

� 4�

find the values of h and k. [3]

14

2 1

(b) 7

Evaluate the coefficient of x in the binomial expansion of x - . [3]

2 x

2. (a) If α and β are the roots of the equation 2 x 2 + hx + 9 = 0 and β = 2α, calculate

the values of h. [3]

(b) Given that α and β are the roots of the equation 3 x 2 + 5 x - 1 = 0 , form another

1 1

equation whose roots are 2 and . [4]

a b2

3. The line y + 7 x = 34 cuts the circle x 2 + y 2 - 2 x - 4 y - 20 = 0 at two points, A and B.

Find

(a) the coordinates of A and B, [5]

(b) the equation of the perpendicular bisector of AB and show that it passes

through the centre of the circle. [6]

(a) Find the coordinates of P. [2]

(b) Calculate the area of the shaded region. [4]

1

(i) 3cos x + 2sin 2 x = 0 , [3]

(ii) sec 2 x - 4 tan x = 6 . [4]

sin 7 x - sin 5 x

= tan x . [3]

cos 7 x + cos 5 x

(a) (3 - 2x3)10 [2]

(b) x 2 e 2 x -1 [3]

2x + 3

(c) ln , leaving your answer to the simplest form. [4]

x-4

b

7. Variables x and y are related by the equation y = a x + , where a and b are

x

constants. The table below shows measured values of x and y.

x 1 2 3 4 5 6

y 5.7 5.6 5.9 6.2 6.6 6.9

on the x axis and 1 cm to represent 1 unit on the y x axis. Draw a straight

b

line graph to represent the equation y = a x + . [3]

x

(b) Use your graph to estimate the value of a and of b. [3]

3x

(c) On the same diagram, draw the line representing the equation y = and

x

b

hence find the value for which x = . [2]

3-a

4 4

8. (a) Given that �g( x) dx = 5 and �g( x) dx = 2 , evaluate

1 2

1

(i) �g( x) -

4

x dx , [2]

2

2

(ii) �g( x) dx .

1

[2]

4 x

(i) �x

1 2

dx [2]

p

(ii) �tan [2]

2

4

x dx

0

9. A particle moves along a straight line so that its displacement, s metres, from a fixed

1 3

point P is given by s = t - 4t + 15t , where t is the time in seconds after passing P.

2

3

Find the

(a) initial velocity and acceleration of the particle, [4]

(b) minimum velocity, [2]

(c) range of values of t for which the velocity is negative. [2]

2x + 4

10. The diagram shows the curve y = crosses the x-axis at P.

x -1

y

P x

11. The solution to this question by accurate scale drawing will not be accepted.

The diagram shows a rectangle ABCD. The coordinates of A and D are A(4, 1) and

D(16, 5) and the equation of AC is y = x – 3.

3

y C

B D(16, 5)

A(4, 1)

x

O

Find

(b) the coordinates of C and B, [3]

(c) the length of AB, [1]

(d) the area of the rectangle ABCD. [2]

12. The diagram shows a prism such that each cross-section is a quadrant of a circle of

radius x cm, with angle at the centre equal to 90. The cross-sections are OAB and

PDC where A, B, C, D lie on the curved surface of the prism and the vertical line OP

is the intersection of the vertical plane faces OADP and OBCP. The cross-sections are

horizontal and y cm apart.

C

P D

y cm

B

O x cm A

(a) Given that the volume of the prism is 20p cm3, express y in terms of x.

Hence show that the total surface area, A cm2, of the prism is given by

p x 2 40 ( 4 + p )

A= + . [4]

2 x

(b) Find the value of x for which A has a stationary value, [2]

(e) Given also that the total surface area, A, is increasing at a constant rate of

3 cm2 s-1, find the rate at which x is changing when x = 4. [3]

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