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Class Register Number WEAF PR NANYANG GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL End-of-Year Examination 2015 Secondary 4 INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 2 2 hours 30 minutes Thursday 8 October 2015 0800 ~ 1030 READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. Answer all the questions. 2. Write your answers and working on the separate writing paper provided. 3. Write your name, register number and class on each separate sheet of paper that you use and fasten the separate sheets together with the string provided. Do not staple your answer sheets together. 4. Omission of essential steps will result in loss of marks. 5. 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. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES 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. ‘The use of an electronic calculator is expected, where appropriate. ‘You are reminded of the need for clear presentation in your answers. Fens 136 This document consists of 7 printed pages. Setter: NYGH/HCI Nawvas Gieis: Hich Schioot. [Turn over 2 Mathematical Formulae 1, ALGEBRA Quadratic Equation For the equation ax’ + bx + bb? — dae 2a Binomial expansion arntaats ("a + (Jere +(teros +b", Aah where n i a positive integer and ("} 2. TRIGONOMETRY Identities sin? A +c0s'A=1 sec d= 1+ tan? cosee? A= 1+ cod sin (4 4 B)= sind cos B+ cos sin B 0s (4:4 B) = cos A cos B ¥ sin A sin B tan (44 5)= 104k and TF tandtanB sin2A=2 sin 4 cos A £08 24 = cos? ~ sin tan 24 1 1 sin +sinB =2sin} (4+ B)eos (4B) sin A~sin B = 2e0s+(4+ B)sin (4B) 2 2 054 +608 B = 2e08 (44+ B)oos3(4~B) 00s A-cos B= ~2sin 5 (A+ Bsn (A~B) Formulae for MABC sind” sinB~ sin€ B+ -2be cosa ab sinC Itis given that £(x)=2x° +9x° -2x+2 (@ Find the remainder when f(x) is divided by x? +4x-3 2 i) Hence solve the equation f (x)-5=0, leaving your answers in exact form. [4] . ie down ini heft ore inte exasin of (10—2 i descending powers of x, where p is a non-zero constant. - Bl 5 Given that the coefficient of + in the expansion of (2x? -Ie-4) is 90p*, find x ¥ the value of p GB) (Solve the equation |10~Sx|=10-+8r—2x? 4) (i) Sketch, on a single diagram, the graphs of 2y=|10—Sx| and y=5+4x—x7, indicating clearly the x- and y-intercepts and the tuning points (ifany). [4] Hence deduce the range of values of x if 10+8x—2x" <|10—Sa|. 2] (a) The function f is defined by f: x4 (x-1)(3x-2), xe R (Sketch the graph of y= f(x), showing clearly the x- and y intercepts and the coordinates of the turning point. (4) Gi) State the range of f 0 The function g is defined by g: xt9(x~1)(3x-2), x0. [3] Find the equation of AB 2 Find the value of & 2 Find the perpendicular bisector of AB. Hence or otherwise, show that C lies on the perpendicular bisector of AB. [3] (0) Find the area of trapezium ABCD. 2 133 wo @ @ 1 (ii) Hence find all values of @, where 0.<@ <2: , which satisfy the equation sec? +2tan8 =2(2-+1and). 4 (cos sina 22") ey (©) The diagram shows a rectangle MOQ embedded in the triangle POR. It is given that PR=5 cm, ZORP=0 and area of rectangle MNOQ is Boost 8, where 0° <0 < 90°. Sem o| N o M R (0) Show thatthe shaded area, 4, is given by A= 23 (2sin20-cos20)—22 B) Hence, show that A can be expressed in the form A= Rsin(20—a’ 2 where R>0 and 0° p=0(NA) or p=-2 3) [From 10+8x—2x7 =[10—5s| = 10+8x-2x° =-(10-Sx) OR 1048-23" =10-Sx = 2x? 3-21 OR 2x°-13, = (2x+5)(x-4)=0 OR x(2x-13)=0 Sx=-25,4 OR x=0,65 (Reject 2.5) (Reject 6.5) 3) 3. | Therangeis x<0 or x24. Gai) (a) @ 4 @) ii) 4 (@) ii) =33x? Sr +(2~y)=0 - We Since x<0, g (yA 4 | Beforell, y=3cosx 0) 2 Before I, eos(x +2) 3 | Su xd x2 x2 (@ | 3%x2"_3t eRe ib) Jog, (x+2)=1+ log, y log, (x+2) = log, 2+k Tog,4 082? +108, y oe (x+2)=Iog, 2» (x42)3 =2y I? (2) Substitute (1) into (2), 4y-242=4y? 4y(y-1)=0 Since y#0 as it would make log, y undefined, Thus y x=2 4x 2(2x+1)-2 2 Det} Deel ev d 2 gel2rmex+]-2n(aeer)e29(52) 4x 2x41 =2in(2x-41)+ Integrate both sides in (i), JA fern exs)Jar= J[2mesye 2 Jae 2xin(2x+1)+e=f 2In(2x41) af said 2x. =2fn (2x41) drs f2- 2 ae 2 2xIn(2x-+1)+e~J2 de = [2in(2x+1) ax 2x41 2xln(2x+1)-2x-+In[2x-+1] +e= [2In(2x+1) dx + Jin(2x-+1) drs einer ifm Info] +e Area ofreion = [0 (32s) de why ( 2 (ea) -7)-(~3)] $(on2)-204] =18V2-224 aataa 7 | Substitute 2y=x into : i) | pede = 6-x=2N2x = 36-12x+x? = 8x =9x7-20x+36=0 => (x~2)(x-18)=0 =>4=2, 18 (N.A) Lysl A=(21) 7 , 2 2 (ain | Area Feavired = [32x dx— 5x 2x1 [Alternatively 1 Na 21g ye 7x14 f' 58-9) ay =144[-0-»] 80 (x-1) +)? +6y-16=0 (x1) +(v+3) -9-16=0 (x-1) +(y43)' = 25 Coordinates of the centre of the circle are (1,—3) and the radius is 5 units =743_ 4 Gradient of CP = 4-13 Gradient of tangent at P = 2 y-)=2(n4) 3 =3x-10 "a Gi) If PQ is the diameter, then C is the midpoint of PQ. Therefor = =land =>x=-2 and y=1 Thus coordinates of Q is (-2,1). 8) 3) Let X be the centre of C, If ¥ lies on the circumference of C,, then ZPXQ=90°. But ZPXO=2ZPRO, thus ZPRO= 45° ‘Therefore, the centre of C, can lie on the circumference of C, [(20+4-0) +(30-2)' = a5 4a® +16a+16+9a" ~12a+4=16(5) 13a? +4a-60=0 (13a+30)(a-2)=0 30 or a=2 3 (reject “- a>0) 3 Gradient of AD: *. Equation of AB is: y= pee ‘Sy Given C=(6, 0) “Midpoint of AB, M (4,4) Equation of perpendicular bisector of AB is: y—4=~2(x-4) > ys-2x412 Subx=6, y=-2(6)+12=0 fo ‘As the point satisfies the equation, point C lies on the perpendicular bisector. Tenet aecp-1? 2 6 8 ea of uaperium ABCD= 3}, 5 | 36+16-(-12)-4) (60) 30 square units 10 __ (cos + sina) [STs tan?o 2tand 9 cos@(1+tan0)] (i+ tao cos? @= RHS Alternatively Lys= £08204 sin’ d+ 2c0sdsind _ 008" 0+ sin? 0+ 2cos sind cos" 0+ sin 0+ 2sin cos cos 8 S cos’ 8 10 @ | ws (| sec? = 21nd +4 tan? @-2tand-3=0 (tand~3ytand + tand=3 or tand=-1 =2tand+4 a=1249 or 0=1.25. 439 or 0-38 % (ject both an) 10 | Area of shaded region, 4 ©) | =4 (5 cos0(5 sind) - 25cos? a [725 9K sine) Pos e058 ~*8 cos? 2 20-7 (sete?) 2 = 50sin 20-2505 20-25 8 B (esin20-cos20)-8 10 &) Gi) Let 2sin20-cos20=rsin(20—a) a hake 5 tana =4 = @=265651° 2 asf sin(20~26,6°)-25 255 ‘Thus nS and a= 26.6" 10 = ® vena BEB iy nfl. 2 (| 3740?) + 2047 = 9602 “i A= 2(5x)(4x)+20(4x)h-+(4x)° (slant height of cone = Sx) i = 20? + 808g? 41607 x = 808 4 28m? (proven) i | a ie (iy | Go--S +son = 4802 +5600 _ 9 =2.05em (2.0465) h=12.30m (12.28) TA 3007 4 565 ae dA 9602 ‘S61 >0 a? ~ @.016sy °F” Ais a minimum, Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Preliminary Examination 2015 Secondary 4 Express / 5 Normal Academic Name: __ ) Class: _ Centre Index sm [Ss] TT | a ] ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS 4047/01 Paper 1 29 July 2015 Additional Materials: Answer Paper (8 sheets) 2 hours READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your name, index number and cass on all the work you hand in. ‘Write in dark blue or black pen on both sides of the paper. ‘You may use a HB pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do not use paper clips, glue or correction fluid Answer all the 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 an approved 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 que: The total number of marks for this paper is 80. n oF part question. My Target is: This paper consists of 5 pages. oy 2 Mathematical Formulae 1. ALGEBRA Quadratic Equation For the equation ax’ + bx + c= 0, ~b4VBF ~4ac * 2a Binomial Expansion (a+b) =a" (Je (ew pet (Phew ett, ren postive ines and(”) 2. TRIGONOMETRY Memttes sin? A+ cos? A = 140 cosec? A= 1+ 608A sind & B)= sin A 0s B+ cos A sin B c0s(d # B) = c0s A cos BF sin A sin B + tan(at gy = 1004 tanB 1 tan Atan B sin 24=2 sind cos A £08 24 = cos? A ~ sin? A= 2c08! A ~1=1~2sin? A tan 24-24 Tm tar A Formulae for ABC : a b ie sind SinB sin B+ 2be cos A besin A The acute angle A and obtuse angle B are such that tan =F and desc B)=3sin(A~B), Without using a calculator, find the exact value of cos B. (5) (Write down the firs three terms in the expansion, in ascending powers of x, of (I+x)", where 1 is a positive integer greater than 2. 0 The coefficient of x” in the expansion, in ascending powers of x, of (I+x)"(2~3x)', where 7 is a positive integer greater than 2, is 456, Find the coefficient of x io} The volume of a cube, V cm’, is increasing at a constant rate of $ cm? per second. Find the volume of the cube at the instant when the length of the side of the cube, x cm, is increasing at 0.5 cm per second. (31 2 Given that a+ Ee where, band care integers. @ Find the value of a, of b and of c. PR) n bx? +6 Gi)__Using the values of band found in part (i), express + as the sum of 3 partial fractions 1) ve @ x Q R (0,~8) ‘The diagram shows part of a straight line graph drawn to represent the equation k y+ go=5Ui, where kis a constant. Given that the ine passes thn the point (0,8) and makes an angle 6 with the x-axis at point R, where 0° < 9 <90°, ) @ the value of k and of 8, (4) (ii) the coordinates of R. fey [Turn over Ws @ cord +1 x Prove that cot(= G cord Hence without using a ealeulator, show that cot =2-+ 3. as, 7) A(-1,3) ‘The diagram shows a triangle ABC in which the coordinates of the points A and C are (-1, 3) and (5, 7) respectively. Given that 4B = BC, @ find the coordinates of B. Disa point on the perpendicular bisector of AC. ) Find the equation of BD. @ Show that & [in(cos4x)] =~ 4tan dy x tndy Py His given that & = and 5% = ktan? 4 given that > = 3 = ger han ax i) Find the value of k. Using the result in part (i), find y given that x= 0 when y = 1. ‘The equation of a curve is y = (k~7)x? —8x-+k,, where k is a constant. @ i) Find the set of values of & for which the curve lies completely above the line y= 1 In the case where k = 8, find the set of values of ¢ for which the line y = 2x~c intersects the curve at two distinct points B) GB) (4) B) GB) {5} (3) 10 u R o xem 4 Hagram shows a rectangle OAPB inscribed in a quadrant of a circle of radius 5 em, The length of O4 is.x em, © Show that the area of the rectangle, 4 cm’, is given by A =x 25 oa Q )) Given that x can vary, find the value of x for which A has a stationary value (4 (Gi) Determine whether this stationary value of 4 is a maximum or a minimum, Hence find yy this value of 4. The equation of a curve is y= ~In(3~ax), where a is a constant. (Find the value ofa ifthe gradient of the curve at y =~ In 5 is 2 ro} (Find the value ofa ifthe normal tothe curve atx 1 is parallel othe line 2x y= 5, 2 Gi) In the case where a = 4, find the coordinates of the point on the curve where the 5 equation of the tangent to the curve is y = 4x ~ 2 Q) (@ Find the turning point of the curve pox? — 4x, 2) (ii) Sketch the graph of y=| x* ~ 4, indicating clearly the coordinates of the tuming Point and of the points where the graph meets the x-axis, B) (iil) Using your graph, find the number of solutions of the equation when @ (b) 7 (4) End of Paper PLMGS (Secondary) Additional Mathematics Preliminary Examination 2015 Secondary Four Express & Five Normal (Academic) Additional Mathematics Paper 1 (4047/01) Worked Solutions 1 4cos(4+ B)=3sin(4~ By 4( cos Acos B — sin Asin B= 3(sinAcos B — cos Asin B) 4%) c08 B= 4 5 # oR 4cos(A + B)=3sin(A— B) (cos Acos B — sin Asin B = 3( sin Acos B ~ cos Asin B) AcosdcosB—4sin AsinB _ 3sinAcos B- 3cos Asin B cos Acos B cos Acos B 4 = Stan Aten B= 3 tan —3tanB 1 1 4 4G) tan B = 35) ~ 3tanB tanB (xy = 14m (2-33)' =(2)" 4 MOD oy + 4(2)* (3x) + 6(2)(-3x)? + = 16 ~ 96x + 216x7 +... (1+x)"(2-3x)" Coefficient of x” Coefficient of x ‘Volume of cube V4 me + MD 2 4 16 = 960-4 2160? +] = = 96x + 16x + (8x? —104n + 216)x? +... Bn? —104n + 216 = 456 W? ~13n~30 = (1=15)(1+2) = 0 nis or -(™ 3 = 6.085806 = 6.09 cm? (3 s.f.) be 4.4) x — ax? + bx? +6 x-1 A(x = 1) + BO = 1) + Cx? Letx=1, C=1 Letx=0, B= 1 Coefficient ofx?: A 5.) tnd =5 O=8.P S.(ii) when yVx =0, 5x-8=0 ub “tnd tan xt Var V1 Vint 342v34 1 3 243 74i) Let B be (k, 0) ‘AB=BC (e+ 1)? + (3) = k=57 + CF F— 10k4 74 i 7-3 74ii) Gradient of c= 2-3 ii) lie a Equation of BD is 81) Etieos 49] = aging) =—4tandx 8.ii) ee =) (asec? ax g(t" 4x) 1d FI s-5(1+ tan? 4x) 277° ) = —htan? 4x 2 i 2 8.) f-Atandx dx = In(cos4x) +C 1 1 = Aincoso) + 2 (cos 0) c=l lad = 4x? +Lim(cos4x) +1 a" "32 Oi) (k= Tx? ~8x 4k =1 (kT)? 8x 4(k =) =0 BP 4ac <0 8)? = 4k -7)k-1) <0 64 4(k? - 8k +7) <0 64 — 4k? +32k-28 <0 4K? —32k -36>0 H? —8k-9>0 (k- 9k +) >0 k<-1 OR k>9 And k-7>0 ROT Since k >7 AND k>9, -. k>9, oi) 10x48 +e=0 B? ~4ac>0 (10)? ~ 408 +c) >0 e 32, 44 <9 27 dk Asx increases through ea the sign of 4 changes from positive to negative. (=) Stationary value of A is a maximum. Stationary value of A = BH 25 1 et 2 In, ~In(3—ax) = —Ins 3-a@r=5 1G) » Alx 1 Coordinates of point = (+, 0) 124) y=xee—4) Forxintercepts, y= 0, x=Oorx=4 4 For minimum y, when x= 47° 2 =2 y=2?-4Q) =-4 12.4) Shape © Tuming point © xintercepts 124i) (a) yy =242° 2 solutions 12.63) (0) y=2 3 solutions ak) Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Preliminary Examination 2015 Secondary 4 Express / 5 Normal Academic Name: __ ( ) Class: Centre Index sens, LS i J ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS 4047/02 Paper 2 31 July 2015, ‘Additional Materials: Answer Paper (10 sheets) 2 hours 30 minutes READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your name, index number and class on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen on both sides of the paper. You may use a HB pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do not use paper clips, glue or correction fluid. Answer all the 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 an approved 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. HAND IN QUESTIONS 1 TO 9 SEPARATELY FROM QUESTIONS 40 TO 41, This paper consists of 8 pages. 152 Mathematical Formulae 1. ALGEBRA Quadratic Equation For the equation ax? + dx +¢=0, Binomial Expansion 2 (a+by' =a" -[tmee(tpres z +(e Bi tb", n___ nln=1)...(n—r-+1) Han) 7 hr ia pie ingen (") ; 2. TRIGONOMETRY Identities sin? A+ cos" A sec A= 1+ tan? A cosec? A= 1+ cot sin(A + B)= sin A cos B+ cos A sin B cos(d +B) =cos 4 cos BF sind sin B sin 24 =2 sin cos A cos 2A = cos’ A ~ sin? A= 2cos’ A ~ 2sin? A ten 24= Zima Formulae for AABC a b ¢ sind sinB sin @ = P+e—2becosA besin A 3 In the cubic polynomial f(x), the coefficient of x? is a, where O0 and 0° AC= AB) 2AB? = BC? aa? = (48S) “2 3 3)? =+)ofava- bes) = 2(2V2- V3)? = 28-46 +3) = 11-4V6) = 22-86 cm? [3] (7m) Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks: Total Remarks 2. | Alternative Solution: (ii) In n- 20 AABC, sinzace = 4% BC sinase=—4B wie V3 AB= qpxini-2iy = 4-V6 4-6)? 16-2(4)(V6) +6 = 22-86 em? AB? Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Mathematies Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks 3 }(@) inp’) =a In(pq?) = b 1) +Q: [2] In(p?g) = a In(pq?) = b (Paving (79° = "” ow pgzed ts8 5 aya Lebar Methodist Girls School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total | Remarks 3 | () logs(2x+1) +1og; 3 = loge(x—2)* —log,(x—1) 3 toga 2x41) + 10883 = 8-2" tog,cx—1) Togs! 1989 3 log3(2x +1) —log;3 = log3(x~-2)* -log3(x—1) tog 254 2x+1 _ (x-2? 30 xl (2x41(ax=-1) = (x-2)? 2x? —x-1 = x? - 4x44) x? 1x +13 Ht (1)? -40)03) 2 11+ V69 2 r=135 or 9.65 (Wo3sf) (reject, as x>2) x = 9.65 [5] (7m) Paya Lebar Methodist Gils’ Schoo! (Secondary) “Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks Total Remarks Bt 4/® aB=-5 a+ peat (@-8) 5 0 a aaa (+ @-B<0) 2) Gi) @~ f° = (a Bye? + af + f?) = (@- Bl (a? + f?)+ap) CEC] 2h 42 7 oy 2) Paya Lebar Methodist Gils’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks (a? + B°)-(apy -1 eB stat (3) +. The required quadratic equation is_ x? — 2 x-8=0. 8 [4] (em) Paya Lebar Methodist Gils’ School (Secondary) ‘Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks Total Remarks 5 |) Diameter of circle is AB where A=(~3,2) and B=(5,8) Centre of circle, C = (e248 2 2 | =a5) Radius of circle = LY (5-3 +82 2 4 (6436 av 1 = +0 300 5 units 4) Alternatively, Radius of circle = = 5 units (ii) Equation of the circle is. (x—1)? + (9-5) ie. x? +y?-2x-10y+1=0 1 (iii), Gradient of AB 2 Gradient of the tangent at B Equation of the tangent to the circle at B is given by 4 y-8=—4¢x-5) 5079 3(y-8) = -4x-5) 3y-24 = 4x +20 Bytdy=4d [3] tho ° Paya Lebar Methodist Girls” School Secondary) “Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total | Remarks 5 | Gv) Highest point onthe circle is D=(1,10) Equation ofthe tangent at Dis y=10 [At the point of intersection of the tangents, 30) 44x = 44 4ar=i4 r=3t 2 2. Thetangentntersect atthe point (35, 10) 2) (10 m) aya Lebar Methodist Gils’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks @) Inn-Zaapor, sing= 2 3 OF =35ino In n= 2a AORS, cosa = 25 5 0850050 x=05+07 50050+3sind cos + bsind a=5 and b=3 (2) (ii) x =Scos8+3sind = Reos(8—a) where R>O and 0° ® D2 2(ax- 2-3) @ 22Gx-Da-3) = 2x? -111+6) y= J20e? -11x+6)a 2 =218 TE s6x}4¢ =2x7-11x? +412+C Since the curve passes through the point (0,9), 9=04C 2 y=2P x2 412049 5 gy (i) At stationary points, 2 =0 (i) ry Pe a 2(3x-2)(x-3)=0 2 3 xsi oor x53 Since p is an imteger, p=3 When x=3, (3) =? +123) +9 =54-99+3649 0 g=0 [2] [3] 16> aya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks 7 | (iii) (a) For values of x slightly less than p, let x=2.9 ® <2132.9-2129-3) decreasing for x= p a) (b) For values of x slightly greater than p, >0 yy is increasing for x= p* mW vy — Value of x a P | opt oy sien of & - o + ent Slope NN a ‘The stationary point (3,0) is a minimum point mW ) | 3(x = 3) + (3x-2)) = 2(6x-11) &y When x=3, F=2163)-1] =21) =14 ay. Since “2 >0 at x=3, this supports the conclusion made in part (iv) that (3.0) is a sninimum point [2] (10 m) Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) ‘Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks 8 |) Displacement, s= -617 +97 +18 When 1=0, s=18 ‘The initial displacement of the panicle from O is 18m fo] ii) Velocity. v= ed $3? 12149 When the particle is instantaneously at rest, 0 a? -121+9=0 P~4143=0 (1-Nr-3)=0 121 or 123 When 1 5 = (3)°-6(3)° +9(3) +18 18 ‘The particle will return to its starting position when 1=3 (4) When 1=0, 5=18 When 1=1, 5=1-6+9+18 2 When 1=3, s=18 When 1=4, 5 =(4)°-6(4)° +9(4) +18 2 ‘The total distance travelled by the particle uring the first 4 seconds 3x4 =12m [3] Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) ‘Mathematies Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks 8 | (iv) For stationary value of velocity. Minimum velocity = 3(2)? -12(2)+9 -3 mis {3} (tm) Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks | Total Remarks 210 oy ppeearea IH 4) Gi) (@) Inthe interval 0<1<4z,, the wo graphs have 3 points of intersection, showing that there were 3 instances when the waves on the two ‘days reached the same height. [2] (b) Day 1 would have provided surfers with a more thrilling experience of riding the waves at sea. Period of the waves in Day 1 is half of the period of the waves in Day 2, showing that for Day 1 there is an additional cycle between the greatest height and the least height of the ‘waves within the same time interval. In addition, the amplitude of the waves in Day 1 is greater than the amplitude of the waves in Day 2, showing that the rise and drop in height of the waves in Day 1 is sreater. [3] (9m) ee 7 Paya Lebar Methodist Girl! Schoo} (Secondary) “Mathematics Department Qn Working Marks Total Remarks 10 E D @) ZADG=90° (tan 1 rad) OB 1 DG (Midpoint Theorem) ZAOB = ZADG =90° (com. Zs, OBI DG) Since OB is the perpendicular bisector of AD, AB=DB > ABD is an isosceles triangle Gi) In n= 2d SADG, AG? ~ DG? = AD? (Pythagoras Theorem) (2AB)? -(QDFY? = AD? (given AB= BG and DF = FG) A(AB? ~ DF*)= AD? 4UDB? ~ DF?) = AD? (from (i). AB= DB) bs? DF? =1. aD? In AADF and ADCF ZDAF = ZCDF (Tangent-Chord Theorem) ZAFD = ZDFC_ (Common angle) AADF is similar to \ DCF (Two pairs of corresponding angles are equal) iv) Since ADF and ADCF are similar. Bl [2] (2 [2] (om) Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department [on | Working Marks | Total | Remarks un | @ of = a 1 1 a (Gxr-2)?0)—x.5Gx-2) 7) - “(a2 2 3x—2) ?[23x-2)-3x] 3x2 _ 6x-4~3x 2(3x 2)? _ 3rd {3} hs Paya Lebar Methodist Gitls’ School (Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn_| Working Marks | Total | Remarks 11 |) @ ALA, 9 Equation of the line AB is given by y-0=3(x-4) 3) year-4 ‘At the points of intersection of the curve and the line AB, | ¥Gx-2)* (ax-2) =8 Gx-2)) =64 3x-224 x22 AUB, x=2 When x=2, y=3(2)-4 ya ‘The y-coordinate of B is 2 (5) 20 Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ Schoo! Secondary) Mathematics Department Qn | Working Marks Total | Remarks (b) (i) Area of the shaded region 2 oe (22) - ji Sr) ae it eax2) 2 vf. Gx 9 a HM oviax- x Bx-2 Ja = 3.0849 = 3.08 sg.units (103 sf.) [4) (12 m) bl a