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**Examination Paper 2 – Tech Enhanced
**

Thursday 18

th

November 2010

NAME: …………………………...

Teacher’s Name: BOH CAM FAR GAV

Reading Time: 10 minutes

Writing Time : 60 minutes

Marks: 40

Pages: This exam consists of 11 pages (including this page)

Permitted materials:

Pens, pencils, rulers, erasers, CAS Calculator or any scientific Calculator and 1 A4 double sided page of hand

written notes.

**Please note that the use of whiteout is strictly prohibited**

Instructions:

This paper is in two sections.

Section A, worth 15 marks, is multiple choice. All answers to multiple choice questions should be recorded

on the included multiple choice answer sheet.

Section B, worth 25 marks, is made up of 2 analysis questions. All working and answers to the analysis

questions should be recorded in the space provided within this booklet.

Year 10 Core Mathematics

Examination Paper 2 – Tech Enhanced

Thursday 18

th

November 2010

NAME: …………………………...

Teacher’s Name: BOH CAM FAR GAV

Reading Time: 10 minutes

Writing Time : 60 minutes

Marks: 40

Pages: This exam consists of 11 pages (including this page)

Permitted materials:

Pens, pencils, rulers, erasers, CAS Calculator or any scientific Calculator and 1 A4 double sided page of hand

written notes.

**Please note that the use of whiteout is strictly prohibited**

Instructions:

This paper is in two sections.

Section A, worth 15 marks, is multiple choice. All answers to multiple choice questions should be recorded

on the included multiple choice answer sheet.

Section B, worth 25 marks, is made up of 2 analysis questions. All working and answers to the analysis

questions should be recorded in the space provided within this booklet.

Year 10 Core Mathematics

Examination Paper 2 – Tech Enhanced

Thursday 18

th

November 2010

NAME: …………………………...

Teacher’s Name: BOH CAM FAR GAV

Reading Time: 10 minutes

Writing Time : 60 minutes

Marks: 40

Pages: This exam consists of 11 pages (including this page)

Permitted materials:

Pens, pencils, rulers, erasers, CAS Calculator or any scientific Calculator and 1 A4 double sided page of hand

written notes.

**Please note that the use of whiteout is strictly prohibited**

Instructions:

This paper is in two sections.

Section A, worth 15 marks, is multiple choice. All answers to multiple choice questions should be recorded

on the included multiple choice answer sheet.

Section B, worth 25 marks, is made up of 2 analysis questions. All working and answers to the analysis

questions should be recorded in the space provided within this booklet.

[This page has been left blank intentionally as there were no x-intercepts]

O

u

P

R

Q

Section A

Each multiple choice question is worth 1 mark. Record all answers to these questions on the multiple choice

sheet provided.

1. The value of θ in the following diagram is closest to:

A. 45°

B. 90°

C. 180°

D. 270°

E. 360°

2. The value of α in the following diagram is closest to:

A. 10°

B. 20°

C. 40°

D. 80°

E. 160°

3. Luck Bunny has a box of 50 coloured Lego blocks, 14 of which are green. If Luck Bunny removes

one block at random, what is the probability that it is not green?

A. 1

B.

C.

D.

E.

C

A

O

o

80°

B

Answer is B

Answer is C

Answer is E

4. A group of 25 students were surveyed to see what they had for breakfast. The information from this

survey is represented in the Venn Diagram shown below;

If a student was selected at random, what is the chance that they would have had cereal for

breakfast?

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

5. Luck Bunny has a drawer full of different coloured ear warmers. In the drawer he has 3 green ear

warmers, 2 blue ear warmers and 1 red ear warmer. If Luck Bunny randomly selects ear warmers

from this drawer, what is the probability that Luck Bunny pulls out a green ear warmer for his first

choice followed by a red ear warmer for the second?

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

6. Which of the following shows 0.0000005382 written in correct scientific notation?

A. 5.382 x 10

7

B. 5.382 x 10

-7

C. 5382 x 10

-7

D. 53.82 x 10

-8

E. 5382 x 10

-10

Answer is B

3 1 3

6 5 30

So answer is C

× =

Answer is B

7. (64) when simplified is equal to:

A. 1

B. 2

C. 4

D. 8

E. 16

8. When simplified, 3a

3

b

5

× 8a

2

b becomes:

A. 13

B. 13

C. 24

D. 24

E. 24

9. The solution of 2

3p – 2

= 128 is:

A. = 7

B. = 5

C. = 3

D. =

E. =

10. For the formula y = 5 × 4

t

, the completed table of values for t = {0, 1, 2, 3} is:

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

t 0 1 2 3

y 5 20 80 320

t 0 1 2 3

y 1 20 400 8000

t 0 1 2 3

y 5 9 13 17

t 0 1 2 3

y 0 20 80 320

t 0 1 2 3

y 6 9 21 69

Answer is E

Answer is E

Answer is A

Answer is C

11. The expansion of

, )

2

5 x ÷

is:

A.

2

10 25 x x ÷ ÷

B.

2

25 10 x x ÷ +

C.

2

25 10 x x ÷ ÷

D.

2

10 25 x x + +

E.

2

10 25 x x ÷ +

12. The simplest form of

, ) , )

2

64

8 7

a

a a

÷

+ ÷

is:

A. , ) , ) 8 7 a a ÷ ÷

B.

8

7

a

a

÷

÷

C.

8

7

a

a

+

÷

D. , ) , ) 8 7 a a + ÷

E.

1

a

13. The solutions to

, ) , ) 3 3 2 0 x x ÷ + =

are:

A. 2, 3 x x = =

B. 3, 2 x x = = ÷

C. 0, 2 x x = =

D. 9, 6 x x = = ÷

E. 9, 2 x x = = ÷

14. For two triangles, which of the following is not a valid test for congruence

A. Angle Side Side

B. Angle Side Angle

C. Side Side Side

D. Angle Angle Side

E. Side Angle Side

, ) , )

2

5 5

10 25

So answer D

x x

x x

= ÷ ÷

= ÷ +

, ) , )

, ) , )

8 8

8 7

8

7

So answer B

a a

a a

a

a

÷ +

=

+ ÷

÷

=

÷

3, 2

So answer B

x x = = ÷

There is an ambiguous situation

for ASS

So answer is A

15. A beetle on the ground looks up at bird in a tree with an angle of elevation, . The bird looks down

at the beetle at an angle of depression, . Which of the following statements is true?

A.

and sum to 90°

B.

and sum to 180°

C.

is half

D.

is double

E.

and are the same

By drawing a diagram

So answer is E

Section B

Answer all questions in the space provided in this booklet.Appropriate working must be shown in order to

obtain full marks

1.

Tess’ Tents Limited has been producing a standard pyramid-shaped tent called the Ramses for 30

years. It has a centre pole, AM, which pitches up a canvas to form a rectangular based pyramid as

pictured below.

3 m

2.4 m

1.8 m

B

A

D

C

E

M

A problem with the Ramses is that the centre pole gets in the way of the people sleeping and moving

within the tent. A new design proposes 4 poles that run up the edges and meeting at the apex. An

example is AD.

a) What is the length of these new poles? Give your answer correct to 1 decimal place.

[2 marks]

Pegs are placed in the four corners of the test to stabilise the tent. If it is windy, the tent will now

include 5 m guy ropes that extend from the Apex, A to the ground. If the angle formed with ground

is 25° or less, then the Ramses will be guaranteed for strong winds.

b) Is the Ramses guaranteed for strong winds?

[2 marks]

1

1 . 8

s i n

5

1 . 8

s i n

5

2 1 . 1 . . . [ 1 ]

Y e s , R a m s e s i s g u a r e t e e d f o r S t r o n g W i n d s . . . [ A 1 ]

A

÷

=

'

=

· '

· °

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

2 2

2

1 . 5 1 . 2

3 . 6 9 = 1 . 9 2 0 9 3 7 2 7 1 2 2 9 9 … A 1

3 . 6 9 1 . 8

6 . 9 3

2 . 6 3 2 4 9

2 . 6

T h e p o l e s w i l l b e 2 . 6 m l o n g … A 1

M C

M C

A C

A C

A C

A C

= +

=

= +

=

=

·

Tess’s Tents is planning to make a larger version of the Ramses, creatively named the Ramses II, which is a

scaled version of the original. The base will be 5m by 4m

c) For the Ramses II, find:

i. the new height, using similarity.

[1 mark]

ii. the increase in volume compared to the Ramses

[3 marks]

iii. How much the surface area increases

[1mark]

When packed up, the Ramses rolls up into cylindrical bags of radius 15 cm and length 55 cm. These, in turn,

will be packed into a rectangular box 3 by 2 as shown below.

d) Give the dimensions of the box in cm

[3 marks]

¸ ¦

similarity factor

5

1.8 3

3 A1

x

x m

=

=

¸ ¦

5 5 . . . [ 1 ]

2 2 1 5

6 0 . . . [ 1 ]

3 2 1 5

9 0 . . . [ 1 ]

d i m 5 5 6 0 9 0 A 3

h e i g h t c m A

w i d t h

c m A

l e n g t h

c m A

e n s i o n s c m O R

=

= × ×

=

= × ×

=

= × ×

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

1

1 3

3

1

2 3

3

3

(3 2.4 1.8)

4.32 A1

(4 5 3)

20 A1

20 4.32

15.68 A1

difference

Volume

m

Volume

m

Volume

m

= × ×

=

= × ×

=

= ÷

=

2

5

As dimensions increase by a factor of ,

3

5 25

SA will increase by ...[ 1]

3 9

A

'

=

· '

2. Leila has 12.4 m of fencing with which to build a rectangular shaped garden bed. She intends to

locate the garden near a kitchen window, next to a corner of the house, as shown in the diagram

below, with the fence projecting from one wall of the house. Fencing is not needed along the walls of

the house.

a) If the width of the garden bed is w, and the length is , ) 2.6 x + , show that the perimeter, P, of

the fencing is 2 2.6 P x w = + +

[2 marks]

b) If there is 12.4 m of fencing show that 9.8 2 w x = ÷

[2 marks]

c) If A m

2

is the area of the garden bed, show that

2

25.48 4.6 2 A x x = + ÷

[2 marks]

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

2.6 M1

2 2.6 A1

P x x w

x w

= + + +

= + +

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

12.4

12.4 2 2.6 M1

9.8 2 A1

P

x w

w x

=

= + +

= ÷

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

2

(2.6 )(9.8 2 ) M1

25.48 4.6 2 A1

A w x

A x x

A x x

= ×

= + ÷

= + ÷

d) What is the area if 0 x = ?

[1 marks]

e) What are the dimensions of the garden bed when 0 x = ?

[1 marks]

f) Sketch the graph of

2

18.72 2 2 A x x = + ÷ showing all intercepts and the turning point.

[2 marks]

x

-10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

y

-20

-15

-10

-5

5

10

15

20

¸ ¦

9.8

2.6 1

w m

l m A

=

=

¸ ¦

2

25.48 A1 A m =

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

Intercepts 1

Shape 1

A

A

g) What is the maximum area the garden bed can be?

[1 mark]

h) Does this graph truly represent the area of the garden? Explain.

[3marks]

END OF EXAM2

¸ ¦

2

28.125 1

Accept 2 dec places as long as rounding is ok.

A m A =

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

1

The graph shows negative x values that mean the length of the sides would be negative. 1

The graph shows negative area which is not possible. 1

No A

A

A

g) What is the maximum area the garden bed can be?

[1 mark]

h) Does this graph truly represent the area of the garden? Explain.

[3marks]

END OF EXAM2

¸ ¦

2

28.125 1

Accept 2 dec places as long as rounding is ok.

A m A =

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

1

The graph shows negative x values that mean the length of the sides would be negative. 1

The graph shows negative area which is not possible. 1

No A

A

A

g) What is the maximum area the garden bed can be?

[1 mark]

h) Does this graph truly represent the area of the garden? Explain.

[3marks]

END OF EXAM2

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

¸ ¦

1

The graph shows negative x values that mean the length of the sides would be negative. 1

The graph shows negative area which is not possible. 1

No A

A

A

[This page has been left blank intentionally as there were no x-intercepts] .

Record all answers to these questions on the multiple choice sheet provided. 180° I Answer is B I D. E. 1. 14 of which are green. D. 160° 3. If Luck Bunny removes one block at random.Section A Each multiple choice question is worth 1 mark. 1 B. 80° E. 2 1 c. 40° I Answer is C I D. The value of8 in the following diagram is closest to: Q A. 45° B. 20° c. 14 I Answer is E I 50 7 25 18 25 . what is the probability that it is not green? A. 10° B. The value of a in the following diagram is closest to: B A. 90° c. Luck Bunny has a box of 50 coloured Lego blocks. 270° E. 360° 2.

382 x 107 B. 5. 6 3 6 4. 8 25 13 13 23 8 23 13 25 B. 53. 3 c. E.382 X X X X 10-7 10-7 10-8 10-10 c. Which of the following shows 0. The information from this survey is represented in the Venn Diagram shown below. what is the chance that they would have had cereal for breakfast? A. In the drawer he has 3 green ear warmers. A group of 25 students were surveyed to see what they had for breakfast. B.0000005382 written in correct scientific notation? A.4. 2 blue ear warmers and 1 red ear warmer. - IAnswer is B I c. 21 30 3 36 So answer is C 6. Luck Bunny has a drawer full of different coloured ear warmers. what is the probability that Luck Bunny pulls out a green ear warmer for his first choice followed by a red ear warmer for the second? A. If a student was selected at random. IAnswer is B I 5382 D. D. 5. 5382 . If Luck Bunny randomly selects ear warmers from this drawer. E. 8 - 5. 30 -x-=- 3 1 3 30 6 5 D.82 E.

16 8. t 0 1 1 20 2 400 3 8000 IAnswer is A I y c.l B. 13asbs B. D. P = 7 B. IAnswer is C I P =3 P =3 10. 24asb6 IAnswer = 128 is: is E I 9.8 4 E. 1. 2 IAnswer is E I c. D. E. 24a6bs D. (64)3 2 when simplified is equal to: A. A. I~ I I I 6 9 0 1 2 21 I 3 69 I . 13asb6 3a3bs x 8a2b becomes: c. 3} is: B. the completed table of values for t = {O. For the formula y = 5 A.7. 0 0 1 2 3 I 20 I 80 I 320 I E. The solution of23p-2 A. P =5 p= 3 5 7 c. When simplified. X 4t. 2. I~ I I~ I 0 1 2 3 5 I 9 I 13 I 17 I D. 24asbs E.

x=-2 C. The expansion of (X-5)2 A. Angle Angle Side E. x = 9. x2 2 - is: =(x-5)(x-5) =x2 -IOx+25 25x + 10 C. a-7 C. Side Side Side D. For two triangles. x=3. E. which of the following is not a valid test for congruence A. x -25x-IO D.x=3 . a+8 a-7 (a-8)(a+8) (a+8)(a-7) a-8 a-7 So answer B (a+8)(a-7) a I 13. Angle Side Angle C. x2 +IOx+25 E.x=-2 So answer B D. x = 9.x = 2 x=3. The simplest form of (a + 8)( a -7) is: A. X2 -IOx-25 B. x = O.x =-6 E. -D. Side Angle Side There is an ambiguous situation for ASS So answer is A .11.x =-2 14. 3(x-3)(x+2)=O are: B. The solutions to A. x=2. Angle Side Side B. (a-8)(a-7) a-8 B. x2 -IOx+25 So answer D 12.

a . a and jJ sum to 90° B. Which of the following statements is true? A. jJ . a and jJ sum to 180° By drawing a diagram c. a is half jJ So answer is E D. A beetle on the ground looks up at bird in a tree with an angle of elevation.15. a is double jJ E. The bird looks down at the beetle at an angle of depression. a and jJ are the same .

. _1(1. AM.. MC M .-I oD 2..8 m ' E' .6m long . It has a centre pole. 0 I I -1. b) Is the Ramses guaranteed for strong winds? Sill . A new design proposes 4 poles that run up the edges and meeting at the apex.2 2 C . then the Ramses will be guaranteed for strong winds. the tent will now include 5 m guy ropes that extend from the Apex.69 ~ 2.4 m M BoC---------------------V 3 0 m C A problem with the Ramses is that the centre pole gets in the way of the people sleeping and moving within the tent. If the angle formed with ground is 25° or less... An example is AD.63249 1. If it is windy.. a) What is the length of these new poles? Give your answer correct to 1 decimal place.8) Ram I .6 Thepoleswillbe2. /1.8 A C ~ 2.9209372712299 2 . A . A to the ground. 5 2 + I .. [AI] [2 marks] Pegs are placed in the four comers of the test to stabilise the tent.. Tess' Tents Limited has been producing a standard pyramid-shaped tent called the Ramses for 30 years.8 5 5 . Appropriate working must be shown in order to obtain full marks 1. () =- () = sIn .J3I9= . [A I] is guareteed for Strong Winds .Section B Answer all questions in the space provided in this booklet.> .... [A I] Yes.... ses [2 marks] .J3 . [A I] AC AC AC + I .JI . which pitches up a canvas to form a rectangular based pyramid as pictured below.

[AI] .. (~J 2 25 9 d) Give the dimensions of the box in em height wid length dim enSlons th = = = = = 55cm 2 x 2 x 15 6 0 em 3 x 2 x 15 9 0 em · . in tum. [AI] [Imark] When packed up.. using similarity. creatively named the Ramses II. will be packed into a rectangular box 3 by 2 as shown below. [ AI] · .68m . These.Tess's Tents is planning to make a larger version of the Ramses.. = t(4 x 5 x 3) =20m3 Volumedijference = 20 = 15. [ AI] = 5 5 x 6 0 x 9 0 em OR ..--------------------. similarity factor l.. 3 .. [A 3 ] [3 marks] ...32 3 Volume. [AI] [1 mark] the increase in volume compared to the Ramses Volume] = t(3 x = 4. [AI] .... the new height.4. which is a scaled version of the original.. find: 1.8) 3 . The base will be 5m by 4m c) For the Ramses II. How much the surface area increases As dimensions increase by a factor of SA will increase by 2. x 5 3 ..8 -- x=3m 11. . [AI] [3 marks] 111...32m 2. [ AI] · . the Ramses rolls up into cylindrical bags of radius 15 em and length 55 em.4 x l..

6+x)(9...4 = 2x + w+ 2.4 m of fencing with which to build a rectangular shaped garden bed.2X2 [2 marks] . of 2x + w + 2.48+4. [MI] . as shown in the diagram below. [AI] [2 marks] b) If there is 12.. She intends to locate the garden near a kitchen window.6x .8-2x . Fencing is not needed along the walls of the house. Leila has 12... the fencing is P = show that the perimeter.48 [MI] [AI] + 4..2x P = 12. a) If the width of the garden bed is w.6 .8-2x) A = 25. with the fence projecting from one wall of the house..6x- 2X2 A=wxx A=(2. P. next to a comer of the house.4 12.6 P =X+X+ 2.8 .6+ w = 2x+ w+2.. and the length is (x+2. [AI] .6 w=9.6).4 m of fencing show that w = 9. [MI] [2 marks] c) If A m2 is the area of the garden bed.2. show that A = 25.

0) I -20 [2 marks] .2X2 showing all intercepts and the turning point.6m [1 marks] f) Sketch the graph of A = 18...125 )1 20 (0.25. [IA] [IA] y .9.. y 2 Intercepts Shape ..-It ~~-----.0 -.48) 10 x E~~:--~+-~-+~:--r-++~-+~~r---~-+~~T'~--r-+-~X -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 2 3 4 _ "'..15.28. 1..6 7 8 9 [0 (4.d) What is the area if x = 0 ? [1 marks] e) What are the dimensions of the garden bed when x = 0 ? IW~98m 1= 2. ..72 + 2x .

. . [1 mark] h) Does this graph truly represent the area of the garden? Explain... [lA] .. No . [3marks] END OF EXAM 2 ..g) What is the maximum area the garden bed can be? A = 28.. [lA] Accept 2 dec places as long as rounding is ok..125 m' ..[lA] The graph shows negative x values that mean the length of the sides would be negative .' <~> . [lA] . The graph shows negative area which is not possible. " ..

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