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JC2 Revision Package 1 H2 Mathematics (9740) Graphing Techniques

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4) and B(2. 4. The horizontal and vertical asymptotes are y = 2 and x = − 1 respectively. Page 2 of 15 .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College 3. 3). where possible (b) x= 1 y [2] [3] x The graph of y = g( x) above intersects the x-axis at (α . 2011 DHS Prelim/P1/7 (a) The diagram shows the graph of y = f ( x). It has a turning point (0. y [3] y=2 O x x= 1 Sketch. where α > −1 and β > 1. on separate diagrams. showing clearly all relevant asymptotes. intercepts and turning point(s). the graphs of (i) y = −f ( x ). (ii) y 2 = f ( x). 0) and ( β . which has turning points at A(−2. 2011 CJC Prelim P2/Q1(ii) A curve C has parametric equations x = 2 sin t and y = 3 cos t where 0 ≤ t ≤ 2π . 0). −1) and a vertical asymptote x = −1. (i) Find the Cartesian equation of C and sketch C.

y = bt + . y = 2 and x = 0 are asymptotes of the curve. y 2 O 1 x Sketch on separate diagrams. The lines y = −2 . h (b) The diagram below shows a sketch of the curve of y = f ( x ) with a maximum point at (1. By considering the curve of C. 2011 HCI Prelim/P1/10 (a) The curve C has the equation y 2 = 3 ( x − 1)2 + 1 . 0 ) . Find the range of values of h . showing clearly [5] g( x ) all relevant asymptotes. It is given that the curve y = 3 ( x − 1) + 1 intersects another curve 2 [4] y 2 + ( x − 1) = 1 at exactly 2 points. the curves of 1 (i) y= . sketch the graph of y = f '( x). f ( x) (ii) y 2 = f ( x) .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College y = g( x) undergoes two transformations in sequence: a translation of 1 unit in the positive y-direction. 2011 DHS Prelim/P2/3(iii) (i) 1 1 A curve C has parametric equations x = at − . where possible. Page 3 of 15 . 5. 1 Sketch. t t For a = 1 and b = 1. indicating clearly the axial intercepts. followed by a scaling of factor 2 parallel to the x-axis. the equations of the asymptotes and the coordinates of the stationary points. The resulting graph is y = h( x). on separate diagrams. stating the equations of any asymptotes and the coordinates of any intersections with the axes. the graphs of y = h( x) and y = . intercepts and turning point(s). (i) (ii) Draw a sketch of C . [3] 6. t > 0. the curve C has two oblique asymptotes y = x and y = − x .

4a − 4) . Sketch. 0) and (a − 2. Hence state the set of values of k for which the line y = k does not intersect D. the graphs of [3] (i) y = f (3 − x) 1 y= (ii) [3] f (x) y y = f(x) −2 2 0 y = −1 (3. Draw a sketch of D. (i) (ii) (iii) Find the equations of the asymptotes of D. in separate diagrams. Using a = 1 . a ≠ 5 . 1 (ii) y = . −2) x 8. 2011 MJC Prelim/P1/10 (a) State a sequence of transformations which transform the graph of x 2 + y 2 = 1 to the graph of ( x − 1) + y 2 = 4 . which should include the asymptotes. (b) It is given that f ( x ) = 2 [3] 2 x 2 + ax − 7 . turning points and points of intersection with the axes. Show that the stationary points of D are (−a.H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College 7. Find the range of x −1 [4] values of a such that y = f ( x ) has no turning points. on separate diagrams. where a is a constant. f ( x) [3] [3] Page 4 of 15 . 2011 JJC Prelim/P1/12 (a) The curve D has the equation y = and x ≠ −1 . [2] [2] [3] ( x + a)2 where a is a constant such that 1 < a ≤ 3 x +1 (iv) [1] (b) The curve G given below has equation y = f(x). sketch (i) y = f ( x ) .

y y = |f(x)| y ( y + 2) 4 2 − ( x − 3) = 1 . with equation equations of any asymptotes. The asymptotes are x = 0 and y = 0 and y = 3 . indicating clearly the 2 [2] 3 y=2 y = f (x) 1 2 x y=0 x=3 x=3 Sketch the graph of y = f ( x) . The curve passes through the point A( − 1. −1 ). 2011 NYJC Prelim/P2/4(a)(b) (a) The diagrams below show the graphs of y = | f ( x) | and y = f '( x) . 10. Page 5 of 15 . stating the equations of any asymptotes and the coordinates of any axial intercepts and turning points. 0) and B(1. find the range of values of k if there is exactly 1 real root to the equation f ( x) − k = 0 . 2011 NJC Prelim/P2/4(ii) Sketch the curve C. Hence.H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College 9. [3] [2] (b) The diagram below shows the graph of y = f (2 x − 1) .

H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College y y = f(2x-1) y=3 x A ( 1. y = f ( x) . [2] [5] Your sketch should show clearly the equations of any asymptotes and the coordinates of the points corresponding to A and B.3) . The asymptotes of the graph are x = 1 and y = 2 . x = 2 and has a turning point at ( 3. the graphs of (i) (ii) y = f (2(− | x |) − 1) .3) 2 0 1 2 x Page 6 of 15 . describing the sequence of transformations involved.0) B (1. 1) x=0 Sketch. y (3. 11. The graph crosses the x-axis at x = 0 . on separate clearly labelled diagrams. 2011 PJC Prelim/P1/10(a)(b) (a) The diagram below shows the graph of y = f ( x) .

(b) A graph with the equation y = f ( x ) undergoes. the graphs of 1 (i) . point of intersection with the axes. 2011 RJC Prelim/P1/10(i). giving your answer in the simplest form. the following transformations: A: A translation of 1 unit in the direction of the x-axis. show that a < − . (i) Find. (ii) Sketch the curve C1 . [3] determine the values of b and c. [4] 2 12. The curve C has equation y = 5 [2] (ii) Given also that C has no x-intercept. 2 C: A reflection in the y-axis. on separate clearly labelled diagrams. 4 5 5 (iii) Sketch the curve C for − < a < − .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College Sketch. and the equations of any [3] asymptotes. Determine the equation of 4x + 4x +1 the graph y = f ( x ) . the curve C2 . indicating clearly any relevant features. on a separate diagram. by differentiation. c are constants and x ≠ −c . 1 B: A stretch parallel to the x-axis by a scale factor . stating clearly the coordinates of any 2 4 stationary point. in succession.(ii). (iii) Hence sketch. Page 7 of 15 . The equation of the resulting curve is y = 4 . 13.(iii) The curves C1 and C2 have equations y= 1 x( x 2 − 39 x + 399) 10 and y2 = 1 x( x 2 − 39 x + 399) 10 respectively. the coordinates of the turning points of C1 and determine [3] their nature. 2011 RVHS Prelim/P1/10 [2] [2] ax 2 + bx − 5 where a. x+c (i) Given that x = 1 is an asymptote of C and C has a turning point on the y-axis. b. y= f ( x) [3] [3] (ii) y = f ( x + 1) .

15. determine in terms of a. for x+c . O x Sketch. and equations of asymptotes. 5 5 − <a<− . on separate clearly labelled diagrams. [2] 2 4 14. [3] x+c 2 4 ax 2 + bx − 5 (v) Sketch on a separate diagram. the graphs of (i) y = − f ( x) . coordinates of turning points. where a. state the equations of the asymptotes x+c Page 8 of 15 . b. ( x + a)( x + b) . [3] [4] (ii) y= 2 . the graph of y = f ′(x ) . f ( x) Your sketch should include the axial intercepts. (b) The diagram below shows the graph of y = f ( x ) where a < 0 . c are constants and it is ( x + c) (i) By expressing y in the form y = x + λ + β .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College (iv) By adding an additional line on the same diagram. where f ( x ) = . 2011 SAJC Prelim/P1/10 The curve C has equation y = given that 0 < a < b < c . the set of ax 2 + bx − 5 5 5 values of x which satisfies the inequality > ax + 1 for − < a < − . 2011 RVHS Prelim/P2/5 (a) Describe a sequence of transformations which transforms the graph of x 2 + y 2 = 1 to [3] that of x 2 + (2 y + 2) 2 = 4 .

[3] y (1. sketch C. b and c. the following transformations: A: A reflection about the x − axis B: A translation of 1 unit in the direction of the positive y − axis C: Scaling parallel to the x − axis by a factor of 3 x − 12 The equation of the resulting curve is given by y = . Show. (iii) Given that a = 1. Hence sketch the hyperbola. sketch the graph of y = f ( x) stating clearly the turning points. asymptotes and axial intercepts (if any). 2011 SRJC Prelim/P1/6 Find the equations of the asymptotes of the hyperbola 4 x 2 − 24 x − 9 y 2 + 36 y = 36 . on your diagram. Hence 2 [2] find the range 2 of values of k. 2011 SRJC Prelim/P1/7 (a) A graph with equation y = g( x) undergoes in succession. c = 3 . (b) Given the curves of y = f ( x) and y = − f ( x ) below. stating clearly the asymptotes. b = 2. Hence find the set of values of k for which the equation k ( x + 3) = x 2 +3x + 2 has exactly two real roots. [3] [2] (ii) Show that ab − c(a + b − c) > 0 for C to have two stationary points.H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College of C in terms of a. Find the equation 2x − 9 [3] y = g( x) . [6] 16. 17. such that the equation [3] 4 x − 24 x − 9 ( kx + 4 ) + 36 ( kx + 4 ) − 36 = 0 has no real solutions. 3 ) y=1 0 X x=2 Page 9 of 15 . the equations of the asymptotes and the coordinates of the turning points in three significant figures.

2011 TJC Prelim/P1/11 1 (a) The graph of y = f(x) is shown below. Given p = 4.H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College y x=2 0 x y = –1 18. [4] Show that if C has 2 stationary points. 0) and (7. showing clearly the main f ( x) [3] relevant features of the curve. showing clearly the equations of the [2] asymptotes and the coordinates of the axial intercepts and stationary points. Page 10 of 15 . sketch the curve C. then p < 0 or p > 3. 0). where p is a non-zero constant. − and the 2 1 x-axis at (1. y 2 y = f(x) O 1 3 5 7 x (b) The curve C has equation y = (i) (ii) (iii) x+ p . The curve cuts the y-axis at 0. x( x + 3) [2] State the equations of the asymptotes. Sketch the graph of y = .

21. −4) . 1 . the graphs of y x (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) y = f (2 x − 4) . 0 < a < 1. 2011 TPJC Prelim/P2/1 B 2x + 1 in the form y = A + . state a sequence of transformations which transform the graph of y = x 2x + 1 [3] to the graph of y = . y= f ( x) y = f '(2 x) . 2011 VJC Prelim/P1/13 The diagram shows the graph of y = f (2 x) which has asymptotes x = −2 and y = 0 . such that the equation 2x + 1 x−4 2 = kx has 3 real roots. the coordinates of any stationary points of C. x−4 By expressing the equation y = 2x + 1 . (iii) Sketch C.H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College 19. Page 11 of 15 . giving the equations of any asymptotes and the x−4 [3] coordinates of any points of intersection with the x. in terms of a. 2011 VJC Prelim/P2/2 ( x + a)2 . on separate diagrams. x2 − 4 (i) Write down the equations of any asymptotes of C. [2] 20. y = f ( −2 | x |) . Sketch the graph of y = Hence find the least value of k where k is a positive integer. The equation of a curve C is y = [2] [4] [2] (ii) Find. Sketch.and y-axes. where A and B are x−4 x−4 1 constants. The curve passes through the origin and has a minimum point (2.

B(3. B. and D (if applicable) and the equations of any asymptotes. C(4. 2) with a gradient of 2 and 3 at A and B respectively. 0). 0). Page 12 of 15 . 2011 YJC Prelim/P1/6 (a) 3x + 4 Describe a sequence of transformations which transform the graph of y = to x−2 1 the graph of y = .3). 2) x On separate diagrams. y x=2 y=4 × C(4. 0) D(6. sketch the graphs of (i) y = − f ( x) .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College 22. [3] [3] (ii) y = f ′( x) . The curve passes through the points A(0. C. labelling the coordinates of the corresponding points of A. 0) × B(3. and D(6. 3) × × A(0. [3] x (b) The diagram shows the graph of y = f ( x ) .

Page 13 of 15 . 2011 IJC Prelim/P1/2 y y 2 x −1 O x −1 O The diagrams show the graphs of y = f (x) and y 2 = f ( x ) . [2] (ii) 2. (b) (i) On the same diagram. On separate diagrams. where k is a real constant such that k > 3 . 2011 ACJC Prelim/P2/5 The curves C1 and C2 have equations 9 y 2 = ( x + k )2 − 9 and respectively. [2] 2 showing clearly the asymptotes and the coordinates of the intersections with the axes. sketch the graphs of (i) (ii) y = f ( x) . Find the range of values of the positive constant a such that the equation x 2 ( x + k )2 − 9 + =1 a2 9 has two real roots. x2 + y2 = 1 2 k (a) Describe a sequence of transformations which transforms the graph of x 2 − y 2 = 1 to [2] the graph of C1 . sketch the graphs of C1 and C2 .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College Section B [Term 3 Revision] 1. [2] 1 y = 2f x + . stating clearly the coordinates of any points of intersection with the axes and the equations of [5] any asymptotes.

[2] 2x + x − 4 4. [2] [3] (ii) y = f ′( x) . y y = f (x) (5. find the range of values of r. (ii) Given that the asymptotes of C intersect at the point (−2. c and d. correct to 3 decimal places. Sketch C. showing clearly any asymptotes and the coordinates of any turning points and axial intercepts. such that x+2 the equation ln( x − r ) = 2 has exactly one real root. The curve cuts the x-axis at the point (3. for non-zero constants a. b. 4). show that a = 2. x+d (i) Given that x = −2 and y = x − 1 are asymptotes of the graph of y = f ( x) .H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College 3. Page 14 of 15 . find the range of values of c such that the graph of [3] y = f ( x) has no turning points. 4) 0 x Sketch on separate diagrams. ax 2 + x − 4 (b) The curve C has equation y = . b and d. indicating clearly the asymptotes and stationary points. 0) and has a turning point (5. −7). 2011 NYJC Prelim/P1/5 ax 2 + bx + c It is given that f ( x) = . with asymptotes x = 2 and y = 2 . [2] [2] (iii) (iv) For r ≥ 0 . and deduce the range of values of a if C has two dx [4] distinct stationary points. 2011 NJC Prelim/P1/12 (a) The diagram shows a sketch of the curve y = f ( x ) . find the values of a. the graph of (i) y = f ( x )−2. where a is a constant. x+2 dy (i) Find in terms of a. [3] (ii) By using differentiation.

(iii) Given that y = x is an asymptote of C. write down the number of roots of the equation x4 + x3 + x 2 + x + 2 = 0 . [2] Page 15 of 15 . (i) Find the equations of the asymptotes of C. 4 ) on the sketch of C. (ii) Show that if C has 2 stationary points. showing clearly the asymptotes and the stationary points. sketch C.H2 Revision Package 1: Graphing Techniques 2012 Meridian Junior College (iii) Given that c = 1. By drawing a suitable graph. showing the coordinates of the axial intercept(s). find the value of k. and k is a constant such that x−k [2] [3] k ≠ 0 and k ≠ 2 . [2] [2] 5. draw a sketch of the graph of y = f ( x) . With this value of k. turning point(s) and the equations of asymptotes. x ≠ k . 2011 PJC Prelim/P1/11 The curve C has equation y = x2 − 4x + k 2 . find the range of values of p for which the equation 2 2 ( x − 4 x + k ) − ( x − k )( px + 4 − 4 p ) = 0 has exactly 2 real roots for the value of k found I. then k < 0 or k > 2 . [3] (iv) By adding a suitable graph which passes through the point ( 4.

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