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Paper 1 Additional Materials: Answer Paper Graph Paper List of Formulae (MF 15)

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31 August 2010 3 hours

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your name and class on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen on both sides of the paper. You may use a soft pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do not use paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid. Answer all the questions. Give non-exact numerical answers correct to 3 significant figures, or 1 decimal place in the case of angles in degrees, unless a different level of accuracy is specified in the question. You are expected to use a graphic calculator. Unsupported answers from a graphic calculator are allowed unless a question specifically states otherwise. Where unsupported answers from a graphic calculator are not allowed in a question, you are required to present the mathematical steps using mathematical notations and not calculator commands. You are reminded of the need for clear presentation in your answers. At the end of the examination, arrange your answers in NUMERICAL ORDER. Place this cover sheet in front and fasten all your work securely together. The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.

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(ii) Hence make a conjecture for u n in terms of n. Prove your conjecture using mathematical induction. After returning home. A sequence is defined by u1 = 1 and u n +1 = n + 1 u n for n ≥ 1 . Catherine and Gladys went on a shopping spree while on holiday. find the largest integer value of d. (ii) Hence evaluate the total cost of their gift to Eliza. but they had their credit card statements with the total amounts they each had spent. (iii) Given that d = 3. u 4 and u 5 . 3. y and z. (ii) The first slab of the monument has thickness 50 cm and each subsequent slab has thickness d cm less than of that for the previous slab. Given that the maximum possible number of slabs is 14.1. In an East Asia ancient culture. they could not recall the prices of the items they had bought. They bought items for their sister Eliza. write down an expression in terms of n for the volume of the nth slab and hence evaluate the total volume of the monument which consist of 14 slabs.30 Gladys 3 15 5 1837. Show that the total sum of the cross-sectional circular area of the slabs used will be less than 72 000 cm2. which consists of 1 pair of high heels. u 3 . The slabs of granite are of decreasing measurements. there is a war monument which is formed by placing concentric circular slabs of granite on top of each other. n2 (i) Write down the values of u 2 . Three sisters Audrey. (i) The first slab of the monument has diameter 200 cm and the diameter of each subsequent slab is three-quarters the diameter of the previous slab. [2] [5] [4] [2] [3] [Turn Over] 2 . The list of items that each sister had bought and the amount on their statements are summarised in the table below: Type of Item (Price) High heels ($x per pair) Facial Mask ($y per box) Handbags ($z per piece) Credit Card Statement ($) Catherine 5 10 3 1298. 5 boxes of facial mask and 2 handbags. who could not go due to her ‘A’ level examinations. 2.20 Audrey 2 7 8 1158. no matter how many slabs there are.70 [3] [1] (i) Find the values of x.

the equations of the asymptotes and the coordinates of any points of intersection with the axes. A sequence of real numbers x1.4. prove that [2] [2] x n +1 > x n if α < x n < β . x2. x n +1 < x n if x n < α or x n > β . ax 2 + x where x ≠ 1 and a is a constant. (ii) Prove that if the sequence converges. it must converge to either α or β . The curve C has equation y = x −1 (i) Show that C does not have any stationary points when − 1 < a < 0 . The diagram below shows the graph of y = 2 ln x + 2 − x . y α β x (i) Find the values of α and β . (ii) Sketch C when − 1 < a < 0 . where α < β . … satisfies the recurrence relation xn+1 = ln( xn ) 2 + 2 for n ≥ 1 . giving your answer correct to [2] 3 decimal places. Show on your diagram. correct to 3 decimal places. x3. [3] [5] [Turn Over] 3 . (iii) By considering x n +1 − x n and the graph above. [2] (iv) Hence deduce the value that xn converges to for x1 = 2 . The two roots of the equation x − 2 ln x = 2 are denoted by α and β . 5.

[3] [3] [Turn Over] 4 . find the area of triangle ABC. Determine the equation y = g(x). the asymptotes and the coordinates of the turning points. (b) A graph with equation y = g(x) undergoes in succession. 1 3 3 The point P lies on the line AB produced such that AP:PB = 3: 1.y 6. the following transformations: A: A reflection in the y-axis B: A translation of 4 units in the direction of the positive x-axis C: Scaling parallel to the y-axis by a factor of 2 The equation of the resulting curve is y = 2 x −3 . [3] [3] [3] (i) Find the vector OP . On separate diagrams. (a) 2 0 (−1. the points A. Relative to the origin O. where possible. 7. 1 and 2 respectively. Hence or otherwise. (iii) Find the shortest distance from C to AB. sketch the graphs of (i) y2 = f (x) (ii) y = f ′(x) showing clearly in each case the axial intercepts. −3) 1 x −2 The diagram above shows the graph of y = f (x ) . where λ ∈ ℜ . B and C have position vectors 1 2 − 1 2 . [2] 0 2 (ii) The line l has equation r = 1 + λ − 1 . 2 1 Determine whether l and the line through A and B are intersecting.

that the gradient of the curve at the point (x. [3] [4] [3] 9. find the area of the triangle OPQ. show 2 + = e − 1 (i) Show that e dx dx dx (ii) Find the Maclaurin’s series for y. Hence. up to and including the term in x3. [4] [3] (b) The complex number z satisfies the relations 3π . y = 2(1 − cos t ) for − π ≤ t ≤ π . [6] (c) The region R in the second quadrant is bounded by the y-axis. the line y = x + 5. [2] (i) Sketch the curve C. Let y = ln (1 − sin x). by differentiation. Find ∫ e 2 x sin x dx . (ii) Find the exact area of the region bounded by C and the line y = 4. where r > 0 and − π < θ ≤ π . 4 (i) Illustrate both of these relations on a single Argand diagram. z − 3 + 2i ≤ − 2 3 + i and 0 < arg( z − 6 + 5i ) ≤ [4] [1] ~End of Paper~ 5 . cos x up to and (iii) Using the result in part (ii).8. (i) Show. Denoting the origin as O. d2y dy2 −y y dy = − cos x. (ii) Show all the roots on an Argand diagram and write down an equation of the form x 2 + y 2 = k which contains all the roots. 1) cuts the x-axis at P and the y-axis at Q. 11. and 2 the curve y = e x . find the Maclaurin’s expansion for sin x − 1 including the term in x2. y) may be dy y − 4x expressed in the form = dx 7y − x (ii) The normal to the curve at the point (−2. use binomial expansion to expand up to and sin x − 1 including the term in x2. Find the volume of the solid formed when R is rotated through 4 [3] right angles about the y-axis. (ii) Hence write down the exact area represented by the given relations. expressing the solutions in the form re iθ . (iii) Find the equations of the tangents to the curve that are parallel to the y-axis. (a) (b) [4] A curve C is defined by the parametric equations x = 2(t − sin t ) . The equation of a closed curve is (x + 2y)2 + 3(x − y)2 = 27. cos x (iv) Given that x is small. [3] [3] [1] [3] 10. (a) (i) Solve the equation z 6 = −18 + (18 3 )i . State the range of x for the expansion to be valid.

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