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Preliminary Examinations 2013

SECONDARY < 4 Express/ 5 Normal Academic>

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<4038{1>
Date: 19 August, 2015
Duration: 2 hours
Time: 0800 - 10 00

Paper 1

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you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen on both sides of the
paper.
Write the model number of your calculator in the top right hand comer of the
first page of your answer paper.
You may use a soft pencil for any diagrams or graphs.
Do not use paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid.
Answer ALL questions.
Write your answers on the answer paper provided.
Give non-exact numerical answers correct to 3 significant figures, or I decimal
place in the case of angles in degrees, unless a diBerent level of accuracy
is specif ed in the question.
The use of a scientific calculator is expected, where appropriate.
You are reminded of the need for clear presentation in your answers.

At the end of 4e examination, fasten all your work securely together.


The number of marks is given in brackets [ ) at 4e end of each question or part
question.
The total number of marks for this paper is 80.

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Quadratic: Equation
For the equation ir' + b + c= 0,

Binomial Expansion
n
2

where n is a positive integer and

2T CONOMXIRY
Identitie
s

sin 'd +cos A


-- I sec 'zl =
I +tan 'zf cosec
'd = I+cot 'd

sin (A)= sin Acos


cosAsin B
cos(zt::t2l)=
coszlcosTsinztsin B

sin 2zl = 2sin A nos A

cos2A = cos 'zlsin A-- 2cos' A- I -- I


2sin A

sin A +sin 4 = 2sin

sin A sin B = 2cos

2'

A- B
2'

2'

A- B
2'

cos A+ cosB = 2cos


cos A -nosB = 2sin

sin

2'
Formulas for 6
ABC

A -B
2'

sin A sin B sinC


a --b '+ c ' 2bc cos A

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A -B

1.

(a)

The curve y = ' + nx' + bx + c has sktionary points at x = 1 and x - 3.


It also passes krough ke point (0,0). Find the values of i, b and c.

[5]

(b)
Hence sketch the curve showing 4e intercepts and the turning
points clearly.

2.

(a)

(b)

3.

(a)

Find all the angles between 0 and 360 inclusive


which satis the
equations

[4]

(i)

tan' y + sec y = I ,

[4]

(ii)

7 cossin x -I .

Find all the values of x between 0 and 2 radians for which


2cosec(3x 1) = 3

Given a triangle ABC has area (


2

2 )in' and side AB equals


2

(2 + vfi )m. Express the perpendicular distance from C to AB in


the
form (i + b ) where zi and b are real numbers.

(b)

Solve the following equations.

3
(ii)

4.

Express

[4]

{3]

[3]

log [log (4x: -16)) = log 4

3x'-x + 4

(a)

[4]

in partial
factions.

[4]

[3]
5.

(a)
Given kat the coefficient of x' and the coeffiGient
of x in the

{4]

expansion of(2 + ) is in the ratio . Find the


value of ii.
3
(b)

Hence, with the value of n found in the first part, find the coefficient of x:'
[4]
in the expansion of (2 + x)(l + ').

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6.

(a)

Sketch the graph of y = In(x +1) .

(b)

On the same graph, draw a suitable snaight line that must be added
to oboin ke solufons to 4e equafon a"'= a'( + 1) .

Show your workings clearly.

7.

(e)

[3]

Show 4at the expression -' +x 2 is

always negative for all real values ofx.

[2)

(b)
Hence or otherwise, find 4e range of values of for
which ke
inequal
iy

8.

Differentia
te

2x'-6
2 for all re values of x.
-x2 + x
2

2x +3
with respect to x. Express yew answer in 4e fom

. Write doin the values of a and b.

9.

(a)

(4]

Given the curve has the equation y = x'- 3' +3+


7 . Show 4at it is

an increasing function for all values of x except atx 1.


(b)
Show that x =I is the only re solution which satis
4e equation

[2]

[3]

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10.

The circle with equation x' + y' 2 6y + 9 = 0 touches


the y-axis at point A.
The line
touches 4e circle at point .
(a)

Find the centre and the radius of the circle.

(b)

Find the value of m.

11.

(c)

Find the coordinates of point A and point B.

(d)

Show that afJOC = tan"'.

[2]
[3j

The table shows experimental values of two variables x andy.

1.0

1.5

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

5.10

3.55

2.50

1.77

1.26

0.88

0.63

Using the vertical axis for fgy and the horizontal axis for x:,
plot fgy against x and obtain a straight line graph.

[4]

Using the graph drawn,

[2]

(a)
(b)

expressy in terms of x,
estimate the value ofx wheny - 3.
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Preliminary Examination 2013

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
Topics

Qn

Sketching of
logarithmic
function
Quadntic roots ofequation
Surds -Problem solving
CoordinaR geome@ - Circlefinding radius and centre
Solving trigo equaf
ons

6(a)

Marks
allocafon
2

7(a)
3(a)
9(a)

2
4
2

Knowledge
Knowledge
Knowledge

2(a)
(ii)
2(b

Knowledge

Application

4
3

Application
Application

Application of differentiation Sationary Points


Solving trigo
ecguations
Solving equation
involving indices
Solving log equation
Binomial theorem
Differentiation
circle 9(b),(c)&(d)
Linear law
Application
Solving quadratic inequality

I i:::::,g

and decreasing

[Derivingsoaightlineequation
]
]

Type of
queaion
Knowledge

3@)(ii)
3
Application Partial fractions
4 4
Application
5
8
Application
8(a)
5
Application Coordinate geometry
9
|
Application
10
]
8
|

7(b)

8(b)
6@)

|
I
]

]
]
]

5
3

Total:80

| Application
I
|Comprehension

Comprehension

] Comprehension
] Comprehension
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BUKIT PANJANG GOVERNMENT HIGH SCHOOL

Preliminary Examinations
2013 SECONDARY FOUR
EXPRESS/FIVE NORMAL

ADDITIONAL
MATHEMATICS

Paper 2

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Date: 20 August, 2013


Duration: 2 h 30 min
Time: 08 0010 30

Write your name, class and register number 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 staples, paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid.
Answer ALL questions.
Write your answers on the separate Answer Paper provided.
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. The use of a scientific calculator is expected, where appropriate.
You are reminded of the need for clear presentation in your answers.
At the end of the examination, fasten all your work securely together.
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part
question. The total number of marks for this paper is 100.

Setter: Mrs Chiu


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Mathematical Formulae

Quadratic
Equation
For 4e equafon iix' +fix
+c = 0,

1.

LCEB#L&

-b:t

b' 4oc
2a

Binomiat Expawion
(a +b)= a" +

a" b +--- + o""' +-- +b,


2

where ii is a positive integer and

Identitie
s

'WUGONOMXTRY
sin' A+ros A -- I

sin(A I)= sin A nos B ::


cos Asin Al cos(A Al) =
cosAcos T sin ASin B

sin2A = 2sin Acos A


cos2A = cos' 4 sin' 4 = 2cos' A -1 -I 2sin' A
tan 2A =

sin A +sin B -- 2sin j(A + 6)cosj(zl


-B) sin A sin 6 = 2cos((A + 4)sin
j(A -II) cos 4 +cos 4 = 2cos j(A +
Il)cos (zl it)
nos A - cos 6 = 2sin (A + 6)sin (A B)
Formulae for bABC
2

= It + c 2bc nos A
2

Answer AL'L questions.


I
The line 2x y 3 -0 intersects the curve 3y y' 5 = 0 at the
points A and B. Find
(i) the coordinates of A and B,
(4]
(ii) the exact value of the distance AB.
[2]
2

(a)

Given that 3:x' 8x'-1- 4x 5 = x(Ax -1- 8)(x 2) -1- for all values of x,
find the values of A, B and C.
(3)
C

(b) The cubic polynomial I(x) is such that the coefficient of is 2 and that
the root of the equation f(x) -0 are 1 , 3 and I:. Given that I(x) has
a remainder of 20 when divided by x: -4, find
(i)
(ii)

the value of
the remainder when f(x) is divided by x + 2.

3
Given that oand Q are the roots of the equation 3'
+2x 5 = 0, find

(i)

the values of n +Q and oQ ,

(ii)
are

the equation whose roots

'

and

[2]

'

Solutions to this question by accurate drawing will not be accepted.


zl (7, 10)

3f(8, 6

The diagram shows a rhombus ABCD in which A is (7, 10) and D is on they-axis. The
point M(8,6) is the midpoint ofAC. Find
(i) the coordinates of C,
(ii) the coordinates ot D,
(iii) the coordinates off, given that Iis on MD such
that

area of triangle AXC - area of triangle ADC,


4
(iv) the area of the rhombus ABCD.

[2]
[2]

[3j
[2]

(a)

Prove

(i)

(cot 6 -tae 6) sin 6 -2 cos 6 sec 6

(ii)

cos A - cosB -- sin(A -1- B) sin(B A)

@) Given that # =5caa' 8 +sin 8 + 6ain8caa8- 3 ,


express # in 4e fom
coa (28<i) where > 0 and 0 < o < 90.

[4]
[4]

[4]

The depth, h mekes of water in a river is given by the


equation

= 10 + 4sin() where I is the number of hours after


midnight.
(i)

Calculate the dep4 of the water when f -2

(ii)

Find 4e maximum and minimum dep4 of water in the river.

(2]

(iii) Sketch 4e gaph of h = 10 + 4sin( -) for 0 y #:I: 12.

The river gates are closed when ke water level drops to seven metres and below.
An alarm
rings when 4e gates are opened or closed.
(iv) Find 4e value of i when 4e alam
[3]
first sounds.

BECH4 QUESTION7 ONAFRESHSHEETOFPAPER


7

(a)
The diagram shows an open water trough of length Icm wi4 a
venical cross-section in the shape of an equilateml niangle of side x
cm. The wakr Wough is made of thin meWl plates and its capacity is
24 cm'. If the thickness of the metal plates is to be taken
as negligible, show 4at 4e area, A rim , of metal plates used is given by
A--

[4]

Find the value of z such 4at the area of metal plates used to
make the trough is minimum.
(4)

(b)

The diagram shows part of the curve y - sin 2x.


Show that the area of the shaded region bounded by the curve, the y axis and the
lines
1
5

[6]
and
2
units'.
24
4

y = sin 2x

8
A particle # moves along a sPaight line such that S seconds after passing
through a fixed

point A, its velociy, v cm ', is given by


At the time tljat the particle passes through 4, a second particle Q leaves a fised point 4,
with
a constant velocity of 3 cm s .
The distance between point A md point is 24 cm and 4e diagram shows 4e
positions of the
two particles at time, t -- 0.

24 cm

(i)

Find the initial velociy, in cm s ', of the pamcle #.

(ii)

Express in terms of i, the displacement of the pamcle P from A.

[2]

(iii) Find the disonce, in cm, between the particles when particle # is
instantaneously at rest.
[3]
(iv) Given that particles # and Q are Cavelling in the same direction from 4e
start of the
motion, find 4e time when ke two particles collide.
[5]

(a)

If Ja" J(x)Ir = e" cos3x: + c , find y(x).

[2]

(b)

Differentiate :r 'lii x with respect to x.

[2]

Hence, or o4erwise evaluate Jx/cx A . Leave your answers in terms of


a
(3)

10

Variables x andy ne connected by the equation (2 x) (y + 3) - 5.


(a) Given that the point P (1 , 2) lies on the curve (2 x) (y + 3) 5,
find

(b)

(i)

the value of at

(ii)

the equation of the nomal to the curve at point P.

[2]

[3j

Explain whether a stationary point exists on the curve, soting the reasons clearly.

(c)

If is increasing at a rate of 0.2 units per second, find the rate of change of y at
the instant when y - 4.
[3)

11 In 4e diagam, EF is a tangent to the circle at E. Given that AB is panllel to


f and CCV
produced meets EF at K, prove that
(i)

(iii)

A/\/66' is similar to
AFKC ,

[3]

[2]

F-5,

[3]

FA

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Pref minary Exam 2013


1

(a)

Add Math Paper 2 (Answem)

(2 , 1) , (-, 10)
2

(a)
(b)

A - 3, It --2, C --5
(i) I: - 2 (ii) 40

(i)

C (9,2) (ii) D (0,4)

(iii)

(6,5.5)

(iv)

d8 units '

'= S cox'6+aix'8 + 6sin8eos8-3


= Seos' 6 + I coa'8+ 3Jin28-3
= 4aaa'B-2 + 3ain28
= 2$2caa' 8I
3siii 28
= 2caa 28+ 3aix28

(i)

(a)

13.4 in

x: - 4 cm

(ii)

max - 14 in , min - 6 cm (iv) t - 7.98 h

(i)

v - 1 cm s "' (ii)

(in
t' I'+t=3t+24

9
3x

10

(a)

2 cos 3x 3 sin

e'
+
14

1
5

11
5

(a)

(i)

(b)

No stationary point as $2x:)' >0 for all real values of x , x w 2.

Hence (c)

(ANKF is similar to AFKC )


(
--

KC

KF -- KN.KC
(iii) US

- KN.KC (tan-sec thin)


KN.KC [ from (ii) ]

(iv)'fi

- FN.FA (tan-sec thin)

(2 DCS) ' - FN.FA [ fvom (iii)


hif'
J 4 JC ' - FN.FA
KE

--' FN.FA
4