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for this practice paper: • Partial fractions • Binomial expansion • Inequalities & equations • Arithmetic and geometric progressions • Summation of series • Mathematical induction • Functions • Curve sketching • Transformation of curves • Applications of differentiation • Maclaurin’s expansion • Small angle approximations • Integration techniques and its applications Good luck for your actual examination!

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as shown in the diagrams below. B and C. A. as shown in the diagram. The sum of the edges of A. 2 c a b Three such cuboids can be arranged differently to form 3 larger cuboids.1 Given that θ is sufficiently small for θ 3 and higher powers of θ to be neglected. 2 − tan θ as a quadratic expression in θ . A B C By using a system of linear equations involving a. B and C are 76. express [4] 4 + 2sin θ A small cuboid has dimensions a × b × c units. [5] Page 2 of 6 .6 units respectively. b and c .4 units. 54 units and 107. find the volume of a small cuboid.

the radius of the first circle is 12 cm. 2x . and determine the coordinates of the stationary point(s) of C in terms of a. (i) 6x . [5] Sketch C. where a is a positive constant and x + ax + 1 2 Explain why C has no vertical asymptotes. and 2 the radius of each circle after the first is that of the previous circle. ( x + 2)( x − 1) 3− x Hence solve < −1 .3 Solve the inequality x+3 > 1. Find the least value of n. 2 dx dx Find the Maclaurin’s series for y. find. k =1 n 1 n [2] 5r + 2 p q in the form . n r =1 [4] [3] Hence find ∑ ( 2r + 1) 2r r =1 in terms of n. (2 − x)( x + 1) −1 [4] [2] 4 Given that y = esin d2 y dy − 4x = 4y . up to and including the term in x3. [4] r =1 r ( r + 1)( r + 2 ) By writing 6 In an infinite series of concentric circles. 3 (i) (ii) The radius of the nth circle is less than 1 cm. in terms of N. an + r (r + 1)(r + 2) r (r + 1) (r + 1)(r + 2) N 5r + 2 expression for S N = ∑ and deduce the limit of S N as N → ∞. show that (1 − 4 x 2 ) [6] 5 Show that ∑ k (k + 1) = n + 1 . leaving your answer in terms of π . [4] Find the total area of this infinite series of concentric circles. [2] (ii) Page 3 of 6 . 8 The curve C has equation y = 0<a<2. [3] 7 Prove by induction that n ∑ ( r + 1) 2r = n ( 2n+1 ) .

5) -3 y = f ( x) + 2 -1 x 0 Sketch. [3] 10 The graph below is y = f ( x) + 2 . x < 0. x ∈ R. x ∈ R. (i) (ii) x ∈ R. (iii) Show that hf does not exist. [3] [2] Define f −1 in a similar form. Find the maximal domain of f for which hf exists. x > 0. [2] [3] (iii) y = f '( x) . g and h are defined as follows: f : x ֏ 4 − x2 . (i) (ii) y = −2f ( x) . h : x ֏ ln x .9 The functions f. y (-1. Page 4 of 6 . g : x ֏ e1− 2 x . Sketch the graph of y = hg( x) and find the range of this function. turning points and axial intercepts. Indicate clearly any asymptotes. on separate diagrams. x > 0. [3] y = f ( x ).

between the two curves are (1. giving your answer in exact form. A. find the rate at which the level of water in the cone is falling when the depth is 4 cm. The coordinates of the point of intersection. If the cone is filled with water which runs out at the rate of 3 cm3s−1. [5] 12 Find (a) ∫ x 2 tan −1 x dx .] 3 Page 5 of 6 . y = 1 + (x – 1)2 x [4] Find the volume generated when R is rotated through four right angles about the y-axis. [4] r h 30° [The formula for the volume of a cone is V = 1 2 πr h . [5] A conical paper cup. 1). (b) ∫ [4] x+2 1 − 3x 2 dx . y = 1 + (x – 1)2 and the y-axis. y y = x3 2 A R 0 (i) (ii) Find the exact area of R. as shown in the diagram.11 The diagram shows the region R in the first quadrant bounded by the curves y = x3. 1 0 [4] (c) 13 (a) Use the substitution x = sin θ to evaluate the integral ∫ x 2 1 − x 2 dx . with semi-vertical angle 30°. is held with its axis vertical and its vertex downwards.

A cm2 denotes the total surface area (i. for fixed A. The volume. 3 By expressing h2 in terms of A and x. of the pyramid is given by 1 V = x2h . [5] x -. the area of the base and the area of the four sloping faces).e. [5] 36 Hence. show that Ax 2 ( A − 2 x 2 ) V2 = . find the maximum value of V 2 in terms of A and show that h the corresponding value of is 2 . V cm3. or otherwise.End of Paper -- Page 6 of 6 .(b) A pyramid of vertical height h cm has a square horizontal base with side of length x cm and the vertex is directly above the centre of the base.

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