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Mark Scheme (Results) January 2009

GCE

GCE Mathematics (6679/01)

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January 2009 6679 Mechanics M3 Mark Scheme


Question Number Scheme Marks

N2L

15 3a = 9 + 2 ( t + 1) 15 3v = 9t + ( + A) t +1 v = 0, t = 4 0 = 36 + 3 + A 5 v = 3t + + 11 t +1 t = 0 v = 16

B1 M1 A1ft

A = 33

M1 A1

M1 A1

(7) [7]

T
4 3

mg

mg
(a)

( )

T sin =

()

4 mg 3 T cos = mg
2

M1 A1 A1 M1 A1 (5)

Leading to

2 4 T 2 = mg + ( mg ) 3 5 T = mg 3

(b)

HL

T=

a 5 e= a 9

5 3mge mg = 3 a

ft their T

M1 A1ft

3mg 5 25 = a = mga E= 2a 2a 9 54

x2

M1 A1

(4) [9]

6679/01 GCE Mathematics January 2009

Question Number 3

Scheme

Marks

80 2 8 rad s 1 = 8.377... 60 3 16 0.67 ms 1 as equivalent Accept v = 75 ( ) R = mg

B1

B1 M1 A1=A1

For least value of

( ) mg = mr 2
=
0.08 8 0.57 9.8 3
2

accept 0.573

M1 A1

(7) [7]

(a)

T=
2 2

25 2 = 2
2 2

a =8

=
2

4 ( 0.502 ...) 25
2

B1 M1 A1 ft their a, awrt 3.7 M1 A1ft M1 A1 (7)

4 2 2 v = (a x ) v = (8 3 ) 25 4 1 v= 55 3.7 ( m h ) 25
(b)

4 x = a cos t 3 = 8cos t 25 t 2.3602 time is 12 22

ft their a,

M1 A1ft M1 A1 (4) [11]

6679/01 GCE Mathematics January 2009

Question Number 5 (a)

Scheme Let x be the distance from the initial position of B to C GPE lost = EPE gained

Marks

6mgx 2 mgx sin 30 = 2a a Leading to x = 6 7a AC = 6


(b) The greatest speed is attained when the acceleration of B is zero, that is where the forces on B are equal.

M1 A1=A1 M1 A1 (5)

T = mg sin 30 = e=
2

6mge a

M1 A1 M1 A1=A1 M1 A1 (7) [12]

a 12

CE

1 2 6mg a a mv + = mg sin 30 2 2a 12 12
Leading to

v=

6 ga ga = 12 24

Alternative approaches to (b) are considered on the next page.

6679/01 GCE Mathematics January 2009

Question Number 5

Scheme Alternative approach to (b) using calculus with energy. Let distance moved by B be x

Marks

1 2 6mg 2 mv + x = mgx sin 30 2 2a 6g 2 v 2 = gx x a d 2 d For maximum v ( v ) = 2v dv = g 12 g x = 0 x a dx a x= 12


CE

M1 A1=A1

M1 A1

ga a 6g a v = g = 24 12 a 12 ga v= 24
2

M1 A1 (7)

Alternative approach to (b) using calculus with Newtons second law. As before, the centre of the oscillation is when extension is N2L

&& mg sin 30 T = mx a 6mg + x 1 12 = mx && mg 2 a 6g 6g && = x x 2 = a a 6g a ga vmax = a = = a 12 24

a 12

M1 A1

M1 A1 A1 M1 A1 (7)

6679/01 GCE Mathematics January 2009

Question Number 6 (a)

Scheme

Marks

dx = ( 4 x 2 ) dx = (16 8 x 2 + x 4 ) dx
2

= 16 x
8 x3 x5 256 16 x + = 3 5 0 15
2

8 x3 x5 + 3 5

M1 A1 M1 A1

xy

dx = x ( 4 x 2 ) dx = (16 x 8 x 3 + x5 ) dx
2

= 8x2 2 x4 + 2 x6 32 8x 2 x4 + = 6 0 3
2

x6 6

M1 A1 M1A1

xy dx = 32 15 = 5 x= y dx 3 216 8
2 2

M1 A1 (10)

(b)

l 2 256 5 l = 16l 15 8 2 A x = ( r 2l )
Leading to l =

M1 A1 ft

23 3

accept exact equivalents or awrt 1.15

M1 A1 (4) [14]

6679/01 GCE Mathematics January 2009

Question Number 7 (a) Let speed at C be u CE

Scheme

Marks

1 1 ag mu 2 m = mga (1 cos ) 2 2 4 9 ga 2 ga cos u2 = 4 mu 2 mg cos ( + R ) = a 9mg 2mg cos eliminating u mg cos = 4 3 Leading to cos = 4 u2 =

M1 A1

M1 A1 M1 M1 A1 (7)

(b)

At C

( )

()

9 ga 3 3 2 ga = ga 4 4 4 3ga 3 27 ga u x = u cos = = = 2.033 a 4 4 64 3 ga 7 21ga = u y = u sin = = 1.792 a 4 4 64 21 7 245 2 2 2 v y = u y + 2 gh v y = ga + 2 g a = ga 64 4 64 v 245 tan = y = 3.012 ux 27 72 awrt 72

B1 M1 A1ft M1 M1 A1 M1 A1 (8) [15]

Or Alternative for the last five marks Let speed at P be v. CE

1.3

(1.2502 )

awrt 1.3

1 2 1 ag mv m = mg 2a or equivalent 2 2 4 17mga v2 = 4 ux 27 4 27 cos = = = 0.315 v 64 17 272 72 awrt 72

M1 M1 A1 M1 A1

Note: The time of flight from C to P is

235 21 a 1.38373 g 8

a g

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