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# HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

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## Holidays Homework (Summer 2015)

Subject: Mathematics

Form: S IB HL

Note:
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2
3

All the students must revise the syllabus completed in this term.
All the students must solve the questions of the worksheet given below.
The solutions of this worksheet (to be done in thin exercise booklets by the students) will be collected

by the respective teachers by the end of the first week of next term.
This worksheet will be checked by the respective teachers and considered for the assessment of
autumn 2014 Report Card.

Worksheet:

x log x 8 x 3 log x 4 2
1. Solve for :

2. Solve for
3. Solve for

4. Solve for

## log 2 x log 4 x log16 x

x2

6. Solve for

152 x

y log x y
and :

2 x x
x 25
5. Solve for :

x 1

21
4

7
and

92 x x

22 x 2 x

2 x 2

x
log 1
y

34 152 x x

25 4 x

7. An endangered species of animal is placed into the game reserve. 150 such animals have been

N t
introduced into the reserve. The number of animals

## alive after being placed in this reserve is

N t 150 1.05t
predicted by the exponential growth model
(i) 1 year

(a)

(ii) 2 years

(b)

## How long will it take the population to double?

(c)

How long is it before there are 400 of this species in the reserve?

(iii) 5 years

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8. The height of a tree is given by
in metres and

36
, where t 0,
h
1 200e 0.2t

## Determine the height of the tree when planted.

(b)

By how much will the tree have grown in the first year?

(c)

(d)

## How tall will it be after 100 years?

(e)

How long will it take for the tree to grow to the height of
(f)

10 m?

(a)

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(ii) 20 m?

(iii) 30 m?

What is the maximum height that the tree can reach? Explain your answer.

ln x,

ln x 2 y, ln x 3 y 2 , .....................................

## 9. The sum of the first eight terms of the sequence

4 a ln x b ln y
given by

u59
10. If

1
10

.Find

u100 1
and

19
20

is

b
and .

form an arithmetic sequence, find the first term and the common

difference.

## 0.25, 0.75, 2.25, ...................., 44286.75.

11. Find the number of terms in the sequence
12. Find

4 3, x, y, 2 3 2

and

given that

## 13. A family decided to save some money in an account that pays

end of each year. They put

\$2500

9%

## into the account at the beginning of each year. All interest is

added to the account and no withdrawals are made. How much money will they have in the
account on the day after they made their tenth payment?
14. A geometric sequence has the same first term as an arithmetic sequence. The third term of the
geometric sequence is the same as the tenth term of the arithmetic sequence with both being 48.
The tenth term of the arithmetic sequence is four times the second term of the geometric sequence.

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Find the common difference of the arithmetic sequence and the common ratio of the geometric
sequence.
15. Find a number which when added to each of 2, 6 and 13 gives three numbers in geometric
sequence.

1 2 x 4 x 2 .................. to
16. If
17. Find

the

total

number

3
4
of

x
, find the value of .
terms

in

1st

the

brackets

1 2 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ..........
where the
Hence find the sum of the numbers in the first

r th

of

the

bracket contains

series
r

terms.

brackets.

18. The product of first three terms of a G.P. is 1000. If we add 6 to its second term and 7 to its third
term, the resulting three terms form an A.P. Find the terms of the G.P.
19. A bouncing tennis ball rebounds each time to a height equal to half the height of the previous
bounce. If it is dropped from a height of 16 metres, find the total distance it travelled when it hits
the ground the tenth time.

153
20. The sum of an infinite G.P. is 16 and the sum of the squares of its terms is

3
5

## ratio and the fourth term of the progression.

x 1 a a 2 ............ to and y 1 b b 2 ................. to
21. If

, prove that

1 ab a 2b 2 ................. to

xy
x y 1 when 1 a and 1 b
,

22. (a) In an arithmetic sequence the first term is 8 and the common difference is
the first

2n

terms, find

1
4

. If the sum of

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a1 , a2 , a3 , ..............
(b) If

## are the terms of a geometric sequence with a common ratio

a1 a2

a2 a3 a3 a4 ...... an an 1
2

, of the first

sn

, show

a12 1 r 1 r 2 n
1 r

that

Sn

r 1

## terms of a geometric sequence , whose

nth

un
term is

, is given by

7n a n
, where a 0
7n

un
(a) Find an expression for .
(b) Find the first term and the common ratio of the sequence.
(c) Consider the sum of infinity of the sequence
a
(i)
Determine the value of such that sum to infinity exists.
(ii) Find the sum to infinity when it exists.
24. Find the sum of multiples of 3 between 100 and 500.
25. Each time a ball bounces, it reaches 95% of the height reached on the previous bounce. Initially, it
is dropped from a height of 4 metres.
(a) What height does the ball reach after its fourth bounce?
(b) How many times does the ball bounce before it no longer reaches a height of 1 metre?
(c) What is the total distance travelled by the ball?
26. In how many ways can Susan get dressed if she has 3 skirts, 5 blouses, 6 pairs of socks and 3 pair
of shoes to choose from?
27. Three Italian, two Chemistry and four Physics books are to be arranged on a shelf. How many
ways can this be done
(a)

(b)

(c)

28. Find
29. Find

n
n

P2 380

if

.
n

if

P3 60
.

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30. In how many ways can a jury of 12 be selected from 9 men and 6 women so that there are at least
6 men and 4 women in the jury?

31. If

32. If

n
3 56

, find .

n 1 n 1
3 3 16

n
, find .

33. How many arrangements of the letters of the word COMMISSION are possible?

n
r

n
n 1

r 1
r 1

1
2x
x

12

## 36. Find the coefficient of

x 17

in the expansion of

1
x 3
x

## 38. Find the term independent of

in the expansion of

in the expansion of

3 2 1
x
3 x
2

15

1
1

x
2x
x 2 x

## Prove by the method of mathematical induction that 9 n 2 4n is divisible by 5 for all n Z .

39.

.
Prove by the method of mathematical induction that 9n 1 8n 9 is divisible by 64 for all n Z .

40.

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