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NEGERI SEMBILAN 2010

PAPER 2
1. Solve the simultaneous equations 4. (a) Prove that
2
tan 2 x − sec 2 x + = cos 2 x
sec 2 x
2 x + 3 x 2 + y − y 2 − 14 = 0 (b) (i) Sketch the graph of y =
[x = 2, y = −1, x = 22, y = 39] cos 2x for 0 ≤ x ≤ π .

2. Diagram 1 shows the curve of a (ii) Hence, using the same axes,
draw a suitable straight line
quadratic function y = 4 x 2 − qx + 25 . to find the number of
The curve has a minimum point at solutions for the equation
A(p,0) and intersects the y-axis at point x
B. 2 cos 2 x = 1 − for
π
0 ≤ x ≤ π . State the number
of solutions.
(b)

2 solutions

(a) State the coordinates of B.


(b) By using the method of
completing the square, find the
value of p and of q. 5. Table 1 shows the frequency
distribution of the scores of a group of
5
[(a) (0, 25), (b) p = , q = 20] 40 pupils in a quiz.
2 Score Number of
3. Two factories, A and B, start to produce pupils
gloves at the same time.
(a) Factory A produces h pairs of 10 – 19 1
gloves in the first month and its 20 – 29 2
production increases constantly by 30 – 39 h
k pairs of gloves every subsequent 40 – 49 12
month. It produces 300 pairs of 50 – 59 4
gloves in the 5th month and the 60 – 69 k
total production for first seven
months is 1750. Find the value of (a) It is given that the median
h and of k. score of the distribution is 42, find
(b) Factory B produces 200 pairs of the value of h and of k.
gloves in the first month and its (b) State the modal class of the
production increases constantly by distribution.
25 pairs of gloves every [(a) h = 14, k = 7 (b) 30 – 39]
subsequent month. Find the
number of month when both of 6. Diagram 2 shows OSR and PSQ are
the factories produce the same two straight lines.
total number of gloves.
[(a) h = 100, k = 50 (b) 9]
straight line x = 2 is
revolved through 360° about
the x-axis.
1 2
[(a) h = −3, k = 9 (b) (i) = 3 unit
3
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Given that OP = 5 p , OQ = 10q (ii) π or 48 π unit3]
% % 5 5
, PS : SQ = 2 : 3, PR = mOQ and
OS = nOR . 8. Table 2 shows the values of two
(a) Express OR in terms of variables, x and y, obtained from an
experiment. Variables x and y are
(i) m, p and q, related by the equation y = ab x ,
(ii) n, p and q. where a and b are constants.
(b) Hence, find the value of m and of x 1 4 9 16 25 36
y 1.80 2.70 4.05 6.08 9.11 13.67
n.
(a) Plot log10 y against x , using a
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[(a) (i) 5p + 10mq (ii) OR =
n
(
3 p + 4q ) scale of 2 cm to 1 unit on the x
- axis and 2 cm to 0.1 unit on the
3 2 log10 y - axis . Hence, draw the
(b) n = , m = ]
5 3 line of best fit.
(b) Use your graph from 8(a) to find
SECTION B
the value of
7. (a) Given that a curve has a gradient (i) a
function hx 2 + x such that h is (ii) b
a constant. If y = 5 – 4x is the [(b) (i) a = 1.230 (ii) b = 1.493]
equation of tangent to the curve at
point (−1, k ), find the value of h 9. Diagram 4 shows a circular sector
and of k. POQ centre O with radius of 5 cm and
(b) Diagram 3 shows a curve ∠POQ = 1.2 radian. RQ is an arc of
y = ( x − 3) 2 and the straight line the circle with centre P.
y = 2 x + 2 intersect at
point (1, 4).

Calculate Calculate
(i) the area of the shaded region, (a) the length, in cm, of arc PQ,
(ii) the volume of revolution, in (b) the length, in cm, of the radius
terms of π , when the region PR,
bounded by the curve, the x-
(c) ∠ RQP, in radian,
axis, the y-axis and the
(d) the area, in cm2, of the shaded (i) If a student is chosen at
region. random from the town, find
[(a) 6 cm (b) 5.646 cm (c) 0.4853 rad the probability that the mass
(d) 31.253 cm2] of the student is less than 42
kg.
10. Diagram 5 shows a triangle ABC with (ii) Given that 80% of the
point A on the y-axis. The equation of student have a mass of more
the straight line ADC is y − 2 x + 4 = 0 than t kg, find the value
. Given that straight line BD is of t.
perpendicular to straight line ADC. [(a) (i) 0.55 (ii) 0.8688 (b) (i) 0.2025 (ii)
41.9 kg]

SECTION C
12. A particle moves along a straight line
and passes through a fixed point O. Its
velocity, v m s-1, is given by
v = 15 + 4t − 3t 2 , where t is the time,
in seconds, after passing through O.
[Assume motion to the right is
Find positive.]
(a) the coordinates of point A, Find
(b) the equation of the straight line (a) the initial velocity of the particle,
BD,
(b) the time interval during
(c) the coordinates of point D,
which the acceleration of the
(d) the ratio of AD : DC.
particle is positive,
1 (c) the maximum velocity, in m s-1,
[(a) (0, −4) (b) y = − x + 6 (c) (4, 4)
2 (d) sketch the velocity-time graph of
(d) 4 : 1] the motion of the particle for
0 ≤ t ≤ 5.
11. (a) A hockey club organizes a 2 1
practice session for trainees on [(a) 15 m s-1 (b) 0 < t < (c) 16
scoring goals from penalty 3 3
strokes. Each trainees takes 5 (d)
penalty strokes. The probability
that a trainee scores a goal from a
penalty stroke is p. After the
session, it is found that the mean
number of goals scored by a
trainee is 2.75.
(i) Find the value of p.
(ii) If a trainee is chosen at 13. Table 3 shows the prices and price
random, find the probability indices for the four ingredients, A,
that he scores at least two B, C and D used in making a type of
goals. biscuit. Diagram 6 is a pie chart which
(b) The body masses a group of represents the usage of four
students in a particular town have ingredients, A, B, C and D used in the
a normal distribution with a mean production of this biscuit.
of 52 kg and a variance of 144 Ingredients Price (RM) Price
kg2. for the year index for
the year
2008
based on
200 200
the year
6 8
2006

A 2.00 2.50 x (a) Calculate the length of BC.


B 5.00 y 140 (b) Calculate ∠ ACB.
C 1.40 2.10 150 (c) Find the area of triangle AEF.
D z 4.00 125 (d) Given the area of triangle AEF is
equal to the area of triangle CDG,
calculate the length of CD.
[(a) 44.81 cm (b) 78.09o (c) 480 cm2 (d)
68.95 cm]

15. In Institute A, two types of courses are


offered. Table 4 shows the number of
students and the monthly fee for each
course.
(a) Find the value of Course Number of Monthly fee
(i) x students
(ii) y Computer x RM80
(iii) z English y RM60
(b) (i) Calculate the composite The recruitment of students for the
Index for the cost of courses is subject to the following
production of this biscuit in constraints:
the year 2008 based on the I The maximum number of students
year 2006. is 450.
(ii) Hence, calculate the cost of II The number of students who enrol
the production of this biscuit in the computer course is at most
in the year 2006 if the cost of three times the number of students
the production in the year who enrol in the English course.
2008 was RM20 000. III The minimum total collection
(c) The cost of production of this of monthly fees is RM7200.
biscuit is expected to decrease by (a) Write three inequalities, other
10% from the year 2008 to the than x ≥ 0 and y ≥ 0, which satisfy
year 2010. Find the expected all the above constraints.
composite index for the year 2010 (b) Using a scale of 2 cm to 50 units
based on the year 2006. on both axes, construct and
[(a) (i) 125 (ii) 7 (iii) 3.20 (b) (i) 137.64 shade the region R which
(ii) RM14530.66 (c) 123.88] satisfies all of the above
constraints.
14. Pak Samad wants to divide a piece of (c) Use the graph constructed in
triangular shaped land ABC into three 15(b), to find
parts as in Diagram 7. AFB, AEDC and (i) the maximum collection of
BGC are straight lines. Given that BF = monthly fee,
18 m, AF = 96 m, AE = 26 m, CE = 70 (ii) the minimum number of
5 students enrolled in the
m and sin ∠BAC = .
13 English course if the number
of students who enrolled for
computer course is 150.
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[(a) x + y ≤ 400, y ≥ x , 4x + 3y ≥ 360
3
(c) (i) RM30 000 when x = 300, y = 100
(ii) 50]