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# KEM SPM TERBILANG TERENGGANU 2008 (MODUL 2) ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PAPER 2

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 MODULE 2  PAPER 2 (3472/2)

 DIFFERENTIATION / INTEGRATION

5 cm

1. In the diagram above, water is poured into a cylindrical container at a constant rate of p cm3 s1.
The height of the water level in the container is increasing at a rate of 2 cms1. Given that the radius
of the cylinder is 5 cm, find
(a) the value of p,
(b) the rate of change of the curved surface area of the container filled with water,
(c) the time taken for the container to be fully filled with water if the volume of the cylinder is
1000 cm3.

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64 dy
2. (a) Given that y = 3
, find the value of when x = 2. Hence, by using differential method, find
x dx
64
the approximate value of .
(1  97) 3

10 cm

30 cm

. (b) The diagram above shows a conic container with rounded surface radius of 10 cm and the
height of 30 cm. Water is poured into the container at a rate of 15 cm3 s1. Find in terms of ,
the rate of increase of water height when the height is 9 cm from its vertex.

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( x  2)( x  2)
3. (a) Find  x2
dx .

4 cm

h cm

perfume

(b) The diagram above shows a pyramid-shaped perfume container with square base of area 36 cm2.
The height of the pyramid is 4 cm. The perfume is poured into the container such that the
square-shaped surface area of the perfume is 4p2 cm2 and its height from the vertex is h cm.
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(i) Show that the volume of the space not occupied by the perfume is V = (64 – h3).
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(ii) Given that the rate of change of perfume height is 0·2 cms1, calculate the rate of change of
unoccupied space volume when h = 2 cm.
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[Volume of pyramid =  area of base  height]
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B A

C D

4. (a) Ren has a piece of wire of 120 cm long. He intends to form a shape as shown in the diagram
above. Given that AB = DC and AED is a semi circle with radius x cm.
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(i) Show that the area of the enclosed region, A cm2, is given by A = 120r – 4r2 – r2.
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(ii) Find the value of x when A is maximum and show that the value of A is maximum.

(b) The volume of a sphere increases at a rate of 20 cm3s1. Find the rate of change of the surface
area of the sphere when the radius is 8 cm.
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[Volume of a sphere =  r 3]
3
[Surface area of a sphere = 4 r 2]

10 cm
Water surface

h cm

5. (a) The diagram above shows a hemispheric bowl with radius 10 cm. Water is poured into the bowl
such that the height of the water surface from its base, h cm, increases at a rate of 02 cms1.
(i) Show that the area of the water surface, L cm2, is given by L = (20h – h2).
(ii) Find the rate of increase area of the water surface when h = 4 cm.

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A B

O x

(b) The diagram above shows the curve y = 6x  3x2. AB is a tangent to the curve at the maximum
point, B. Calculate the volume of the solid block generated when the shaded area is revolved

## 6. (a) Give the geometrical meaning of the expression

a
f ( x) dx .

b
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Hence, if f (x) = 2x , find the value of b when

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f ( x) dx = 312.

y x2
y= 1
2

x+y=5

O x

x2
(b) The diagram above shows the curve y =  1 and a straight line x + y = 5.
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Find the volume generated when the shaded region is rotated through 360º about y-axis.

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7. The diagram above shows a block which consists of a hemisphere placed on top of the cylinder.
Given that the hemisphere and the cylinder have the same radius, r cm, and the volume of the
cylinder is 81 cm3.
(a) Find the total surface area of the block in terms of r.
(b) Given that the radius increases at the rate of 08 cms – 1, find the rate of change of the surface
area of the block when its radius is 4 cm.
(c) If the radius of the cylinder increases from 4 cm to 4008 cm, find the approximate value of the
changes in the surface area of the block.

y = (x – 1)(x – 4)
A

O C B x

8. (a) The diagram above shows the shaded region bounded by the curve y = (x – 1)(x – 4) and
A straight line AB. Find
(i) the coordinates of A, B and C,
(ii) the area of the shaded region.

y y = x2 – 2
x y
 =1
3 5

O x
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x y
(b) The diagram above shows the graph y = x2 – 2 and the straight line = 1. 
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Find the volume generated when the shaded area is rotated 360 about y-axis.

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d   3
x 2x 4x
9. (a) Show that   =
dx  1  5 x  (1  5 x )3
. Hence, evaluate  (1  5 x)
1
3
.

y y=k

J y=x2+2

1 0 1 x
2 2

## (b) Based on the graph above,

(i) find the area of the shaded region.
(ii) J is a block produced when the region bounded by the curve y = x2 + 2 and a line y = k
1
is rotated through 180 about y-axis. If the volume produced is  unit3, find the value
2
of k.

(3 x 2  5)3 dy
10. (a) Given that y = , find .
(2 x  5) 3
dx

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(b) The diagram above shows a quadrilateral PQRS enclosed in a circle. Given that PQ = 2x cm
and QR = 5 cm.
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(i) Show that the area of the shaded region, A cm2, is given by A = πx 2 – 10x + π.
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(ii) Find the value of x such that A is minimum.
(iii) If x increases from 6 cm to 605 cm, find the approximate increase in the area of the shaded
region.

11. (a) Find the equation of a curve which has gradient (2x + 1)3 and passes through the point
1 
 ,  3 .
2 
y

y = x(x – 1)(x + 4)

O x

(b) The diagram above shows the graph y = x(x – 1)(x + 4). Calculate the area bounded by the
curve and the x-axis.

y
Q
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O R(2, 0) P x
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12. (a) The diagram above shows part of the curve y2 = 4x. The point P lies on the x-axis and the
point O lies on the curve. PQ is parallel to y-axis and PQ = p unit. Given that R is a fixed
point (2, 0),
(i) express the area of PQR, A, in terms of p.
dA
(ii) Find .
dp
The point P moves along x-axis and point Q moves along the curve such that PQ is always
parallel to y-axis. Given that p increases at the rate of 02 unit per second, find
(iii) the rate of change of A when p = 6 unit,
(iv) the value of A when p = 6 + k unit where k is a small value.

y
1 p
O x

2y =  4 x  1

(b) The diagram above shows the shaded region bounded by the curve 2y =  4 x  1 ,
the line x = 1 and the line x = p. When the shaded region is rotated through 360 about x-axis,
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the volume generated is  unit3. Find the value of p.
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13. (a) Point M and point N lie on the sides BC and CD of a square ABCD respectively. The sides of
the square are p cm such that BM = x cm and CN = 2x cm.

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(i) Show that the area of AMQ is x2  px + p2.
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(ii) Find, in terms of p, the value of x such that the area of AMQ is minimum.
(iii) Find, in terms of p, the minimum area of AMQ.

A
P y=3

O x
y=4–x2

(b) The diagram above shows part of the curve y = 4 – x 2. The straight line y = 3 intersects the
curve at point P.
(i) Determine the coordinates of P.
(ii) Find the ratio of the area of A to the area of B.

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## 1. (a) 50 (b) 20 cm2s1 (c) 20 s

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2. (a) 2, 8·36 (b) cm s1
3
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3. (a) x + +c (b) 1·8 cm3s1
x

## 4. (a) (ii) (b)

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5. (a) (ii) 24 cm2 s1 (b)  cm2 s1
5
2
6. (a) k= 4 (b) 6  unit3
3

162
7. (a) L = 3  j2 + (b) 111 cm2s – 1 (c) 0111 cm2
j

8. (a) (i) A(0, 4), B(4, 0), C(1, 0) (ii) 1067 unit2

## (b) 13 unit3.

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9. (a) (b) (i) 2 (ii) 3
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2 2 2
6(3 x  5) (3 x  15 x  5)
10. (a) 4
(2 x  5)
(b) (ii) x = 1591 cm (iii) 1385

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(2 x  1) 2
11. (a) y= 5 (b) 10 unit2
8 3

2
1 3 3p 25
12. (a) (i) A = p p (ii) 1 (iii) 25 unit per second (iv) k (b) p=3
8 8 2

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13. (a) (ii) x= p (iii) A = p2 (b) (i) P(1, 3) (ii) 1:7
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