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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION 2010 H2 MATHEMATICS PAPER 1

1 For any given mass of gas, the volume V cm3 and pressure p (in suitable units) satisfy
the relationship
1 n
V= p ,
k
where k and n are constants.
For a particular type of gas, n = −2.3 . At an instant when volume is 32 cm3, the
pressure is 105 units and the pressure is increasing at a rate of 0.2 units s 1.
Calculate the rate of decrease of volume at this instant. [4]

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2 Given that the coefficient of x 2 in the series expansion of is 108, find the
(1 + 3x )n
value of n, where n is a positive integer. [4]

3 The sequence of numbers un , where n = 1, 2, 3,..., is such that


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u1 = and 8un +1 = un + 7 n + 8 .
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Use the method of mathematical induction to show that
un = n + 2−3n for n ≥ 1 . [5]
(i) Determine if the sequence converges. [1]
n
(ii) Find ∑ ur in terms of n. [2]
r =1

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A B

The diagram shows a quadrilateral OABC with OA = AB and OC = BC .


1  −1 
   
Points A and B have position vectors  α  and  0  respectively.
2 1
   
(a) Find cosine of angle OAB in terms of α . [2]
uuuur uuuur
(b) M is the midpoint of OB and 4AM = MC . By considering the area of the
quadrilateral OABC, show that
uuur uuur 5 uuur uuur
OA × OC = OA × OB . [4]
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5 Illustrate, on a single Argand diagram, the locus of the point representing the complex
number z that satisfies both the inequalities
3π π
− < arg ( z − 3 − 3i ) ≤ and z − 3 − 3i ≤ 2 . [4]
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(i) Find the greatest and least values of z + 3i . [2]

(ii) Find the least possible value of arg(z ) , giving your answer in radians. [3]

6 Show, by means of the substitution w = x 2 y , that the differential equation


dy
x + 2 y + 3 xy = 0
dx
can be reduced to the form
dw
= −3w . [2]
dx
1
Hence find y in terms of x, given that y = − when x = 2 . [4]
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7 A curve is defined parametrically by


x = 2 cos t , y = 2t − 1 ,
where 0 < t ≤ π .
π
(i) Find the equation of the normal to the curve at the point P where t = . [5]
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(ii) The normal at P meets the y-axis at N and the x-axis at M. Given that the curve
meets the y-axis at Q, find the area of triangle MNQ, correct to 1 decimal place.
[5]

x 2 ( y − 4)2
8 A curve has equation − =1.
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(i) Sketch the curve, stating the equations of the asymptotes and the coordinates
of the vertices. [3]

x 2 ( y − 4)2
(ii) The region enclosed by the curve − = 1 , the x-axis and the line
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x = 2 is rotated through 4 right angles about the y-axis to form a solid of
revolution of volume V. Find the exact value of V, giving your answer in terms
of π . [4]

9 In a medical research centre, a particular species of insect is grown for treatment of


open wounds. The insects are grown in a dry and cool container, and they are left to
multiply. The increase in the number of insects at the end of each week is at a
constant rate of 4% of the number at the beginning of that week. At the end of each
week, 10 of the insects would die due to space constraint and are removed from the
container.
A researcher puts y insects at the beginning of the first week and then a further y at the
beginning of the second and each subsequent week. He also decides that he will not
take any live insects out of the container.
(i) How many insects will there be in the container at the end of the first week?
Leave your answer in terms of y. [1]

(ii) Show that, at the end of n weeks, the total number of insects in the container is
( 26 y − 250 ) (1.04 )n − 1 . [4]

(iii) Find the minimum number of complete weeks for the population of the insects
to exceed 13 y − 125 . [4]

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10 The functions f and g are defined as


f : x → 1− x for x ≤ 1
g : x → e− x − 1 for x > 0

(i) Define f −1 in a similar form, including its domain. [3]


(ii) State the relationship between f and f −1 , and sketch the graphs of f and f −1 on
the same diagram. [3]
(iii) Find the exact solutions of the equation
f ( x ) = f −1 ( x ) . [2]
(iv) Show that the composite function fg exists. [2]
(v) Given that h ′( x) = fg( x) for x > 0 , show that h is an increasing function for
x > 0. [2]

11 (a) Write 2 cos 3 x cos x in the form cos ( px ) + cos ( qx ) , where p and q are
positive integers. [1]
Hence find
(i) ∫ cos 3x cos x dx , [2]
π
(ii) the exact value of ∫ 0
4 x cos 3 x cos x dx . [4]

(b) State a sequence of transformations which transform the graph of y = sin x to


 3 
the graph of y = sin  2 x − π  . [2]
 2 

(c) Find the numerical value of the area of the region bounded by the curves
 3  π
y = cos 3 x cos x and y = sin  2 x − π  for 0 ≤ x ≤ . [3]
 2  2

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2  3  4
     
12 A plane π1 has equation r.  −1 = 9 and a line l1 has equation r =  0  + λ  1  .
3 0  
     −2 

(i) Find the coordinates of P, the point of intersection of l1 and π1 . [4]


Hence, or otherwise, find the shortest distance from point A (3, 0, 0) to π1 .
[2]
The equations of planes π2 and π3 are given as
 1  2   2 
     
π2 : r = 1 + s  0  + t  2  , and
1  −3   1 
     
π3 : αx+ y − z = β , where α , β ∈ .

(ii) Find the equation of plane π2 in the form r n = d . Explain why the planes
π1 and π2 intersect. [4]

(iii) The line of intersection of planes π1 and π2 is l 2 . The line l 2 has equation
 3 2
   
r =  3 + µ 1  .
 2  
   −1
Given that the three planes π1 , π2 and π3 do not have any points in common,
find the conditions satisfied by α and β . [3]

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