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ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS MARKING SCHEME

Zon A Kuching 2010 – PAPER 2

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

1 x = 2+ y P1 5

Eliminate x or y
(2 + y )2 − 5 y (2 + y ) + 2 y 2 − 8 = 0 K1

Solve the quadratic


( y + 1)( y + 2) = 0 K1 equation by using the
factorization @ quadratic
formula @ completing the
square must be shown
y = −1, y = −2 N1
@ Note :
x = 1, x = 0 N1 OW− − 1 if the working of solving
quadratic equation is not shown.
5

2
K1
(a) f ( x) = ( x + p )( x − 2) 2

= x 2 + ( p − 2) x − 2 p N1

(b)
(i) 12 = k[−2(3)] K1 5

N1
k = −2

2 2
(ii) 1 1
y = − 2[ x 2 + x +   −   − 6] K1
2 2

1 25 K1
= − 2( x + ) 2 +
2 2

 1 25   1 1 N1
∴max point =  − ,  or  − ,12 
 2 2   2 2
7
3

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.
a = 40 and r = 0.8 P1
3 3
(a) |T6 = 40(0.8)5 K1

= 13.1072 N1

(b)
S5 =
(
40 1 − 0.8 5 ) K1
2
1 − 0.8

= 134.464 N1

(c)
40 K1 2
S∞ =
1 − 0.8

= 200 N1

4 sin x 2
(a) cos 2 x = 2cos 2 x − 1 or tan x = K1
cos x

LHS to RHS or RHS to LHS N1


4

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.
y
(b) 4
(i) ¼π ½π ¾π π x
O

-1

Shape of sine curve P1

Modulus P1

Amplitude or period P1

Translation P1

(ii) y = 2 p −1 K1 2

1
p= N1
2 6
5 Refer to the graph
(a) 3
Mode = 37 N1

(b)
P1
 100  3
 2 − 24  Lower
m = 29.5 +   (10) K1
 30  boundary OR
   100 
 2 − 24 
  (10)
N1  30 
=38.17  
8
5

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

6 (i) PR = 3 y + x N1
(a) 2


(ii) QS = −4 x + 3 y N1


(b) PT = 3m y + mx N1
5

PT = PS + ST

= 3 y + (1 − n)(4 x − 3 y ) K1

= (4 − 4n) x + 3n y N1

Compare coefficient of x and y K1


4
n=m= N1
5 7
6

Number of students

Correct both axes (Uniform scale) K1


All points are plotted correctly N1

30

25

20

15

10

0 marks
9.5 19.5 29.5 39.5 49.5 59.5 69.5
7

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

7 dA 500π K1 3
(a) = 4π r − 2
dr r

500π
4π r − =0
r2
K1
r=5

A = 678.58 m2 N1

(b)
(i) Finding area of trapezium
1  x2 
1 4
K1
A1 = (*5 + 4)(1) or A1 = 5 x − 
* y-intercept= 5 must
2  2 0 be correct.

∫ (5 x − x
2
Integrate )dx
 5x 2 x 3 
A2 =  −  K1
 2 3

1
Using limits ∫0
into A2 K1

7 1
Area = A1 – A2 = @ 2 @ 2.333 unit2 N1
3 3

Integrate
π ∫ (5 x − x 2 ) 2 dx K1 3
(ii)  25 x 3 10 x 4 x 5 
π − + 
 3 4 5

K1
5  25 x 3 10 x 4 x 5 
Use the limits ∫
0
into 
 3

4
+ 
5

625 1
Volume generated = π @ 104 π @ 104.17π unit3 N1
6 6

Note: OW − 1 once only for correct answer without showing the 10


process of intergration.
8

log10 y Q8
x−2 3 4 5 7 8 10 N1
log 0.86 0.94 1.04 1.24 1.33 1.51 N1
y

(a) Each set of values correct (log10 y must be at least


2 decimal places) N1, N1 Correct both axes (Uniform scale) K1
Y = mX + c All points are plotted correctly N1
log 10 y = ( x − 2 )log 10 b + log 10 a K1 Line of best fit N1
where Y = log 10 y, X = (x − 2),
m = log 10 b and c = log 10 a
(c) log 10 b = gradient
1.46 − 0.57
1.6 log 10 b = = 0.09468 K1
9.4 − 0
b = 1.244 N1
×
log 10 a = Y-intercept
1.4 log 10 a = 0.57 K1
a = 3⋅715 N1 10 ×
×
1.2

×
1.0
×
×
0.8

0.6

0.4

0.2

0 x−2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.
9
(a) 3
(i) r −3 P1

(ii) (r − 3)2 + 42 = r2 Using Pythagoras theorem on ∆BMO K1

25
r= (or 4.1667) N1
6

(b)
OM = 4.167 − 3 = 1.167cm P1 3
let θ = ∠AOB,
1 4
tan θ = K1
2 1.167
1
θ = 1.287 rad.
2
θ = 2.574 rad. N1

1 25 2 4
Area of sector OAB = ( ) (2.574) = 22.34 cm2 K1
2 6

1 25
Area ∆OAB = (8)( − 3) = 4.667 cm2 K1
2 6

K1
Area of shaded region =22.34 − 4.667
N1
= 17.673 cm2

10
10

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

10 1 3
mCD = mAB =
(a) 3 K1

1
y = x−2 N1
3

m=6 N1

(b)
mAD = −3 K1 5

−1 = −3(3) + c K1

y = −3 x + 8 N1

Solving the equations y = −3x + 8 and x − 3 y + 4 = 0 K1

A(2, 2) N1

(c)
y − ( −1) y − 4 K1
× = −1 2
x−3 x −8

x 2 + y 2 − 11x − 3 y + 20 = 0 N1

10
11

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

11 3 K1 3
(a) (i) p = , p + q =1
5
5
2 K1
P( X = 0) =   or IE
5
= 0.01024 N1

(ii) P( X ≥ 4) = P ( X = 4) + P ( X = 5)
4 1 5
 3  2 3 K1
= C4     +  
5
5 5 5
= 0.337
N1

(b) 7
(i) 30 − 35 60 − 35 K1
or
10 10

P ( −0.5 ≤ Z ≤ 2.5 ) = 1 − P (Z ≥ 0.5) − P (Z ≥ 2.5) K1


or 1 − 0.3085 − 0.00621
or R(−0.5) − R(2.5)

= 0.6853 or 0.68525 N1

(ii) Number of pupils = P( X ≥ 60) × 483 K1

=3 N1

10
12

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.
12
(a) v = 15 ms−1 P1 1

(b) dv
a = 2t − 8 and a = 0 or =0 K1 3
dt

t=4 K1

vmin = −1 ms−1 N1

(t − 3)(t − 5) > 0 K1
(c) 2
0 ≤ t < 3, t > 5 N1

t3
(d) s = − 4t 2 + 15t K1
4
3

3
| s3 − s2 | OR ∫2 v dt K1

2
18 − 16
3 K1
OR
33  23 
− 4(3) 2 + 15(3) −  − 4(2) 2 + 15(2) 
3 3 

1 N1
1 m
3 10
13

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

13 2.1 2
(a) (i) Electricity : I = ×100 = 116.7
1.8
P2, 1
(ii) Telephone and internet : I = 100

(b) Any one of


116.7(4) +133.3(2) +100(3) +120(6) 3
I= K1 K1 the price
15 indices
correct.
=116.9 N1

110 5
(c) (i) RM 210 × K1
100

= RM 231 N1

(ii) 110 110


(116.7 × ) (4) + 133.3(2) + 100(3) + (120 × )(6)
100 100 K1
15
K1
Any one of the price
indices formula correct.
N1
= 124.8

10
14

QUESTION
SOLUTION MARKS
NO.

14 1 2
(a) 28 = (14) (10) sin ∠QRS K1
2

∴ ∠QRS = 23o35' N1

(b) (QS ) 2 = 102 + 142 − 2(10)(14) cos 23o35' K1 2

N1
QS = 6.276

6.276 7.5
(c) = K1 3
sin ∠QPS sin 30
∠QPS = 24°44′ N1

∠PQS = 125°16′ N1

(d) Area of quadrilateral PQRS 3


1
= 28 + (7.5)(6.276)sin125o15' K1 K1
2

= 47.22 N1

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15
Answer for question 15
(a) I. y ≤ 2x N1

II. x+ y ≥7 N1

y III. y ≥ x−3 N1

(b) Refer to the graph,

1 or 2 graph(s) correct K1
3 graphs correct N1

Correct area
N1

(c) i) xmin = 3 N1

8 ii) max point (3, 4) N1

k = 100x + 80y
Maximum Profit = RM 100(3) + RM 80(4) K1
7
= RM 620
N1
10
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R

4 (3, 4) •

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