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# CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS

0606/12

## Paper 12, maximum raw mark 80

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indicate the details of the discussions that took place at an Examiners meeting before marking began,
which would have considered the acceptability of alternative answers.
Mark schemes should be read in conjunction with the question paper and the Principal Examiner
Report for Teachers.
Cambridge will not enter into discussions about these mark schemes.
Cambridge is publishing the mark schemes for the March 2015 series for most Cambridge IGCSE
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Mark Scheme
Cambridge IGCSE March 2015

(i)

B1

(ii)

B1

(iii)

and tennis

B1

(iv)

## There are 10 members who play both cricket

and tennis.

B1

kx 3 = 2 x 2 3 x + k
2 x 2 x(k + 3) + (k + 3) = 0

M1

Using b 2 4ac ,
(k + 3)2 (4 2 (k + 3)) (< 0)
(k + 3)(k 5) (< 0 )

DM1
DM1

Critical values k = 3, 5
so 3 < k < 5
3

Syllabus
0606

(i)

B1

for y intercept
for x intercept

1
x
2

## for use of b 2 4ac

equation, dependent on both
previous M marks
for both critical values
for correct range

## for attempt to obtain a 3 term

quadratic equation in terms of x

A1
A1

Paper
12

B1
B1

(ii)

4 5 x = 9 or (4 5 x ) = 81
2

leading to x = 1, x =
4

13
5

(i)

(ii)

M1

## for attempt to obtain 2 solutions,

must be a complete method

A1, A1

A1 for each

B1,B1
B1

M1
A1

shown

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(i)

Mark Scheme
Cambridge IGCSE March 2015

Using either (2, 1) or (3, 5), c = 7
ey = 4x + c
so y = ln (4 x 7 )
Alternative method:
y 1 x 2
=
or equivalent
5 1 3 2

Syllabus
0606

B1
M1

## for gradient, seen or implied

for attempt at straight line equation
to obtain a value for c

M1,A1

M1

## for attempt at straight line equation

using both points
allow correct unsimplified
for correct method to deal with e y

A1
ey = 4x 7
so y = ln (4 x 7 )

(ii)
(iii)

(i)

x>

M1
A1

7
4

ln 6 = ln (4 x 7 )
13
so x =
4

dy x 2 sec 2 2 x tan 2 x
=
dx
x2

dy
= x 1 ( 2sec2 2 x ) + ( x 2 ) tan 2 x
Or
dx
(ii)

Paper
12

8
, y = (2.546)
8

1
dy 2
= 2
When x = ,
8 dx

64
32 64
=

When x =

## Equation of the normal:

2

y =
x

32( 2 )
8
y = 0.27 x + 2.65 (allow 2.66)

B1ft

ft on their 4 x 7

B1ft

ft on their 4 x 7

M1
A2,1,0

## for attempt to differentiate a

quotient (or product)
1 each error

B1

M1

## for an attempt at the normal, must

be working with a perpendicular
allow in unsimplified form in terms
of or simplified decimal form

(3.701)

A1

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(i)

(ii)

Mark Scheme
Cambridge IGCSE March 2015

Syllabus
0606

Paper
12

1
2

1 a b 3
p : + 4 = 0
2 8 4 2
Simplifies to a + 2b = 44
p( 2 ) : 8a + 4b + 6 4 = 10
Simplifies to 2a b = 3 oe
Leads to a = 10, b = 17

M1
DM1
A1

## for correct use of x = 2

for solution of equations
for both, be careful as AG for a,
allow verification

p(x ) = 10 x 3 + 17 x 2 3 x 4

B2,1,0

1 each error

M1

## for correct use of x =

= ( 2 x 1) ( 5 x + 11x + 4 )
2

1
2
11 41
x=
10

x=

(iii)

(a) (i)
(ii)
(b) (i)

B1
B1, B1

B1

B1

## e.g. 0 < x <

y = 2 + 4 ln x oe
y2
ln x =
oe
4

M1

inverse

A1
B1
B1

M1

## for correct order

g 1 (x ) = e 4
Domain x
Range y > 0
x 2

(ii)

g x 2 + 4 = 10

2 + 4 ln x + 4 = 10
leading to x = 1.84 only
Alternative method:
h (x ) = x 2 + 4 = g 1 (10)

g 1 (10 ) = e 2 , so x 2 + 4 = e 2
leading to x = 1.84 only
(iii)

DM1

A1

M1

DM1
A1

4
= 2x
x

B1

x2 = 2

M1

x= 2

A1

## for attempt to solve

for one solution only
for given equation, allow in this
form
for attempt to solve, must be using
derivatives
for one solution only, allow 1.41 or
better.

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(i)

Mark Scheme
Cambridge IGCSE March 2015

## Area of triangular face =

Volume of prism =

1 2 3
3x 2
x
=
2
2
4

3x 2
y
4

3x 2
y = 200 3
4
so x 2 y = 800
3x
+ 2 xy
4

dA
1600
= 3x 2
dx
x

(i)

M1

A1

## for correct relationship between x

and y
for a correct attempt to obtain
surface area using their area of
triangular face
for eliminating y correctly to obtain

M1

A1

M1

## for attempt to differentiate

M1

for equating

x = 9.74
so A = 246

A1
A1

to solve
for correct x
for correct A

d2 A
3200
= 3 + 3 which is positive for
dx
x
x = 9.74
so the value is a minimum

M1

When

10

3 x 2 1600
+
2
x

dA
1600
= 0, x 3 =
dx
3

tan =

1+ 2 5 6 3 5

6+3 5 63 5

6 3 5 + 12 5 30
36 45
8
= 5
3

A1ft

M1

(ii)

Paper
12

B1

A = 2

(ii)

Syllabus
0606

tan 2 + 1 = sec 2
64 16 5

+ 5 + 1 = cosec 2
9
3

118 16 5

9
3
Alternate solutions are acceptable

so cosec 2 =

A1, A1
M1

A1, A1

dA
to 0 and attempt
dx

## for attempt at second derivative and

conclusion, or alternate methods
ft for a correct conclusion from
completely correct work, follow
through on their positive x value.
for attempt at cot together with
rationalisation
Must be convinced that a calculator
is not being used.
A1 for each term
for attempt to use the correct
identity or correct use of
Pythagoras theorem together with
Must be convinced that a calculator
is not being used.
A1 for each term

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11 (a) (i)

(ii)

(b)

Mark Scheme
Cambridge IGCSE March 2015

1
sin y
LHS =
cos y sin y
+
sin y cos y
1
sin y
=
2
cos y + sin 2 y
sin y cos y
1
=
sin y cos y
sin y
= cos y
cos 3 z = 0.5
5
3z = ,
,
3 3
5
z= ,
,
9
9

7
3
7
9

8 sin x 2 sin x 3 = 0
(4 sin x 3)(2 sin x + 1) = 0
3
1
sin x = ,
sin x =
4
2
x = 48.6, 131.4
210, 330

Paper
12

M1

## for dealing with cosec, cot and tan

in terms of sin and cos

M1

A1

required result.

M1

## for use of (i) and correct attempt to

deal with multiple angle

A1, A1

2 sin x + 8 1 sin 2 x = 5
2

Syllabus
0606

M1

M1

equation

A1, A1