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# ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PAPER 2

SECTION A
Q1

chapter
Chap 4 /f4

Q2

Chap 5 /f5

Q3
Q4
Q5

Chap 1/f5
Chap 3 /f5
Chap 6 /f4

Q6

Chap 7/f4

SECTION B
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10

Chapter
Chap 2 /f5
Chap 9 /f4
Chap 4 /f5
Chap 8 /f5

Q11

Chap 8 /f4

SECTION C
Q12

Chapter
Chap 9 /f5

Q13

Chap 10 /f4

Q14

Chap 10 /f5

Q15

Chap 11 /f4

topic
Simultaneous
equations
Trigonometric
functions
Progressions
Integration
Coordinate
geometry
Statistics

marks
5

Topic
Linear law
Differentiation
vectors
Probability
distributions
Circular
measures

Marks
10
10
10
10

Topic
Motion along
a straight line
Solution of
triangles
Linear
programming
Index numbers

Marks
10

7
6
7
7
8

10

10
10
10

X 2y = 7
X = 7 + 2y [P1]
(7 + 2y)y (7 +2y)= 9y [K1]
2y2 4y 7 = 0
Y=

[K1]

## = 3.1213 or -1.1213 [N1]

X = 13.2426 or 4.7574 [N1]

(a)

## Shape of cosine graph [P1]

Amplitude = 3 [P1]
1 cycle for 0x2 [P1]
Graph shifted up by 1 unit [P1]
(b)
6 cos x =4 - 3x
3 cos x =
1+3cos x = 2 -

+1

Y = 3 - x [N1]
Drawing a straight line [k1]
Number of solution = 2 [N1]

(a)
V1 = (3)2(4) =36 [P1]
d = 18
T17 = 36 +(17-1)(18 ) [K1]
= 324
(b)
Sn = { 2(36
n2+ 3n -180 = 0
(n-12)(n + 15) = 0 [K1]
n = 12 [N1]

[K1]

a
(i)

[P1]

(ii)
=

[K1]

=[
=

= 24 [N1]

[k1]

(b)
g(x) =
[K1]
= x2 8x + c [must have c]
Substitute x = 1 and g(x) = 0
0 = 12 8(1) + c [k1]
C=7
g(x) = x2 8x + 7 [N1]

(a)
Equation of AC: 3y = 2x 15
y=
mAC =

[P1]

x m2 = - 1
m2 =
y (- 7 ) =
y=

x-

(x ( - 3 ))
[N1]

(b) (i)
Equation of AC : y =
When x = 0, y = - 5
B = (0, - 5) [N1]
(ii)
2
A(- 3, - 7)
[K1]
X=

Y=2
C = ( ,2)

[K1]

[N1]

B(0, - 5)

C(x,y)

(a)
Height of the bars proportional to the frequencies. [N1]
Label the class boundaries/
The midpoints of the classes/
The class interval correctly [N1]
Method of finding mode [K1]
Mode = 25.5 26.5 [N1]
(b)
Mean =
=

[K1]

=
=
= 42172.5
Standard deviation

[K1]

=
=
=
= 11.43 [N1]

[k1]

(a)
x
3
4
Log10y
0.41
0.52
[N1]
Plot log10y against x [K1]
6 points plotted correctly [N1]
Line of best fit [N1]

5
0.61

6
0.69

7
0.80

8
0.90

(b)
Log10y = (log10h)x log10k [P1]
(i)
m = log10 h [K1]
h = 1.25 [N1]
(ii)
c = - log10 k [K1]
k = 0.74 0.78 [N1]
(iii)
y = 2.40 [N1]

(a)
Y = x3 6x2+9x + 1
= 3x2 12x +9 [N1]
At A(2,3), x = 2
= 3(2)2 12(2) + 9 [K1]
= - 3 [N1]
(b)
m1x(-3) = - 1 [K1]
m1 =
y (3) = (x 2) [k1]
y= x+

[N1]

(c)
At turning point, =0
3x2 12x +9 = 0
X2 4x + 3 = 0
(x 3)(x -1) = 0
X = 1 or 3
At P (3,1), x=3.
At Q, x=1,
Y = 13 6(1)2 + 9(1)+1
= 5 [K1]
Q=(1,5) [N1]
= 6x 12
At Q(1,5),

= 6(1) 12 [K1]
= - 6 <0
Q(1,5) is the maximum point. [N1]

(a)
(i)

or

[K1]

=
= x y [N1]
(ii)
=x+
=x+ (
= x + (y x) [K1]
= x + y [N1]
(b)
(i)
=h(

[P1]

=
(ii)
=

[K1]

=
=
(c)
h = 1 k ----------------(2) [K1]
k = 3/5 [N1]
h = 4/5 [N1]

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(a)

AOD = 240 x
=

or 4.189 [P1]

(b)
Area = r2 x (
[K1]
r = 10
[N1]
(c)
Major arc = 10 (4.189*) [K1]
= 41.89cm [N1]
Perimeter of the shaded sector
= OA + OC + majar arc AC
= 10 + 10 + 41.89* [K1]
= 61.89 [N1]
(d)
Area of sector OABC ,A1
=1/2 x102
x
or
A2 = (2x8.66)x5 or x102xsin60o [k1]
Area of segment ABC
= A1 A2 [K1]
= 1/2 x102
x
- x102xsin60o
= 61.42//61.43//61.44 [N1]

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(a)(i)
BC = 2.207

[K1]
[N1]

(ii)
ECD = 105o [P1]
DE2 =
= 7.072 [N1]
(b)(i)
ACB = acute angle [N1]

[K1]

(ii)
ACB =ACC
= 180 105
= 75o [N1]

## Use sine rule or cosine rule to find CC or AB or BC [k1]

CC = 2.071
AB = 5.044
BC = 4.278
Use ab sin C for any area of triangle [K1]
Area of ACB
= (4)(5.044) sin 55
= 8.264 cm2 [N1]