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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT

MATHEMATICS
Higher 2 9740 / 01
Paper 1 19 August 2010
JC 2 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
Time allowed: 3 hours

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1 The nth term of a sequence is given by un = ( −1) n 2 , for n ≥ 1 . The sum of the first n
terms is denoted by Sn. Use the method of mathematical induction to show that
n +1 n ( n + 1)
Sn = ( −1) for all positive integers n. [4]
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2 The 3 flavours of puddings produced by a dessert shop are mango, durian and strawberry. A
mango pudding requires 5g of sugar and 36ml of water. A durian pudding requires 6g of
sugar and 38ml of water. A strawberry pudding requires 4g of sugar and 40ml of water. The
puddings are sold in pairs of the same type at $1.60, $2.20 and $1.80 for mango, durian and
strawberry respectively.
On a particular day, 754g of sugar and 5972ml of water were used to make the puddings and
all the puddings made were sold except for a pair of strawberry puddings. The collection
from the sale of puddings was $142.40. Formulate the equations required to determine the
number of each type of pudding made on that day. [4]

3 The diagram below shows the graph of y = f(x) . The curve passes through the origin and
has a maximum point at A ( 4 , 4 ) and asymptotes x = −2 and y = 2 .
y

y = f(x) ( 4 , 4)
2 A

x
−2

Sketch on separate diagrams, the graphs of


(i) y = 1 [3]
f(x)
(ii) y = f '(x) [3]
showing clearly asymptotes, intercepts and coordinates of turning points where possible.


4 The complex number w has modulus 3 and argument . Find the modulus and argument of
3
−i −i
, where w* is the complex conjugate of w. Hence express in the form a + ib , where
w* w*
a and b are real, giving the exact values of a and b in non-trigonometrical form. [4]
n
 −i 
Find the possible values of n such that   is purely imaginary. [2]
 w* 
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5 Solve the equation z 4 − i =0 , giving the roots in the form reiα , where r > 0 and
−π < α ≤ π . [3]
The roots represented by z1 and z2 are such that arg ( z1 ) > arg ( z2 ) > 0 . Show z1 , z2 and
z1 + z2 on an Argand diagram. Deduce the exact value of arg ( z1 + z2 ) . [3]

6 An economist is studying how the annual economic growth of 2 countries varies with time.
The annual economic growth of a country is measured in percentage and is denoted by G
and the time in years after 1980 is denoted by t. Both G and t are taken to be continuous
variables.
(i) Country A is a developing country and the economist found that G and t are can be modeled
dG G + 1
by the differential equation = . Given that, when t = 0 , G = 0 , find G in terms of t.
dt 2
[4]
(ii) Comment on the suitability of the above differential equation model to forecast the future
economic growth of Country A. [1]
(iii) Country B is a developed country and the economist found that G and t can be modeled by
dG  G +1
the differential equation = − .
dt  2 
Given that Country B has been experiencing decreasing economic growth during the period
of study, sketch a member of the family of solution curves of the differential equation model
for Country B. Hence, comment on the economic growth of Country B in the long term. [2]

7 (i) Given that f ( x ) = ecos , where −1 ≤ x ≤ 1 , find f ( 0 ) , f ′( 0 ) and f ′′( 0 ) . Hence write down
−1
x

the first three non-zero terms in the Maclaurin series for f ( x ) . Give the coefficients in terms
of e kπ , where k ∈  . [4]
(ii) Given that g= ( x ) tan x + sec x , where x is sufficiently small for x and higher powers of x
3

to be neglected. Deduce the first three non-zero terms in the series expansion of g ( x ) .
π π π
Hence, show that f ( x ) + e 2 g ( x ) ≈ 2e 2 + x 2 e 2 . [3]
π π π
f ( x ) + e 2 g ( x ) dx ≈ ∫ 2e 2 + x 2 e 2 dx ,
a a
(iii) Explain clearly why it is inappropriate to state that ∫ −a −a
where a ∈  . [1]

8 (i) Show that 1 − 2 + 1 Ar 2 + Br + C , where A, B and C are constants to be


=
r ! ( r + 1) ! ( r + 2 ) ! ( r + 2 )!
found. [2]
n
∑ 3r( r++32r)−! 3 .
2
(ii) Hence find [3]
r =1

3r 2 + 3r − 3 converges, and write down its value.
(iii) Give a reason why the series ∑ r + 2 )! [2]
r =0 (

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9 Relative to the origin O, two points A and B have position vectors given by a = 3i + j + 3k
and b = 5i − 4 j + 3k respectively.
 
(i) Find the length of the projection of OA on OB . [2]
(ii) Hence, or otherwise, find the position vector of the point C on OB such that AC is
perpendicular to OB. [2]
(iii) Find a vector equation of the reflection of the line AB in the line AC. [3]

10(a) The first 2 terms of a geometric progression are a and b ( b < a ). If the sum of the first n
terms is equal to twice the sum to infinity of the remaining terms, prove that a n = 3b n .
[3]
(b) The terms u1 , u2 , u3 ,... form an arithmetic sequence with first term a and having non-zero
common difference d.
(i) Given that the sum of the first 10 terms of the sequence is 105 more than 10u5 , find
the common difference. [3]
(ii) If u26 is the first term in the sequence which is greater than 542, find the range of
values of a. [3]

11 2 y 2 a ( 2a − x ) , where a > 0 ,
The region R in the first quadrant is bounded by the curve =
and the line joining ( 2a, 0 ) and ( 0, a ) . The region S, lying in the first quadrant, is bounded
2 y 2 a ( 2a − x ) and the lines x = 2a and y = a .
by the curve =
(i) Draw a sketch showing the regions R and S. [1]
(ii) Find, in terms of a, the volume of the solid formed when S is rotated completely about the
x-axis. [4]
(iii) By using a suitable translation, find, in terms of a, the volume of the solid formed when R is
rotated completely about the line x = 2a . [4]

The curve C has the equation y = 3x + ax + 2 where a is a constant.


2
12
x+a
dy
(i) Find and the set of values of a if the curve has 2 stationary points. [4]
dx
(ii) Sketch the curve C for a = 1, stating clearly the exact coordinates of any points of
intersection with the axes and the equations of any asymptotes. [3]
Hence, find the range of values of k such that the equation 3x + x + 2= k(x + 1) has exactly
2

2 real roots. [2]

13 The curve has the parametric equations


x = 5 2 , y = tan −1 t
1+ t
(i) Sketch the curve for −2 ≤ t ≤ 2 . [1]
(ii) Find the cartesian equations of the tangent and the normal to the curve at the point
where t = 1 . [5]
(iii) Find the area enclosed by the x-axis, the tangent and the normal at the point where t = 1. [3]
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14 The functions f and g are defined as follows:
 π π
f : x  sin x , x ∈ − ,  ,
 2 2
π
( x + 1)( 3 − x ) ,
g:x  x∈.
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(i) Sketch the graph of the function g, labeling clearly the exact values of the coordinates of
turning point(s) and intersections with the axes, if any. [1]
State the range of the function g in exact values. [1]

(ii) Given that gf exists as a function. By considering the graphs of f and g, explain why
π π
gf (α ) ≠ gf ( β ) if − ≤α < β ≤
. [2]
2 2
Hence what can be said about the function gf ? [1]
Without sketching the graph of gf , find the range of gf in the form [ a, b ] , giving the exact
values of a and b. [1]

(iii) (a) Give a reason why fg does not exist as a function. [1]
(b) Find the greatest exact value of k for which fg is a function if the domain of g is
restricted to the interval [1, k ] . [2]

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