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# HSC

1995 HSC Q4(b)

(i)

(ii)

## Find the coordinates of the point of intersection of these two graphs.

1997 HSC Q4(b)

(i)

Sketch the graph of = ! 6 and label all intercepts with the axes.

(ii)

## On the same set of axes, carefully sketch the graph of = ||.

(iii)

Find the coordinates of the two points where the graphs intersect.

(iv)

2001 HSC Q5(a)

2002 HSC Q6(a)

## Sketch the graph of = 4 ! , and state the range.

2003 HSC Q3(c)

Shade the region in the Cartesian plane for which the inequalities < 2, 0 and 6
hold simultaneously.

2008 HSC Q8(a)

Let = ! 8 ! .
(i)

Find the coordinates of the points where the graph of = () crosses the and axes.

(ii)

(iii)

2009 HSC Q1(a)

## Shade the region in the plane defined by 0 and 4 ! .

2010 HSC Q1(c)
Write down the equation of the circle with centre (1, 2) and radius 5.

2010 HSC Q1(g)
Let = 8. What is the domain of ()?

## The diagram shows the graphs = 2 and = 4 ! .

2010 HSC Q4(d)
Let = 1 + ! .
Show that = + ().

2011 HSC Q4(e)

Write down inequalities that together describe the shaded region.

2013 HSC Q3
Which inequality defines the domain of the function =
(A)

> 3

(B)

(C)

< 3

(D)

!
!!!

## 2013 HSC Q11(g)

Sketch the region defined by 2

+ 3

4.

2013 HSC Q15(c)

(i)

## Sketch the graph = |2 3|.

(ii)

Using the graph from part (i), or otherwise, find all values of for which the equation
2 3 = + 1 has exactly one solution.

2014 HSC Q2
Which graph best represents = 1 ! ?
(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)