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FORM TP 2010015

SECONDARY ED UCATION CERTIFICATE

JANUARY

EXAMINATION MATHEMATICS

Paper 02

General Proficiency

Write your answers in the booklet provided.

be clearly shown.

Bxamination Materials

Electronic calculator (non-programmable) Geometry set Mathemati cal tables (provided) Graph paper (provided)

I I I I I I I

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SECTION

AnswerALL the questions in this section. All working must be clearly shown.

l.

(a)

of

0s + 8'72

3 marks)

(b)

annual commission of 2o/oon the TOTAL value of cars sold cars valued at$720 000 in 2009, calculate

In a certain company, a salesman is paid a fixed salary of $3 140 per month plus an stld for the year. If the ,u-l"r-u1

his fixedsalary for the year the amount he received in commission for the year his TOTAL income for the year.

The ingredients for making pancakes are shown in the diagram below.

Ingredients for making 8 pancakes

15

(i)

I

cups milk

Ryan wishes to make 12 pancakes using the instructions given above. Calculate the number of cups of pancake mix he must ( 2 marks)

use.

(ii)

Neisha used 5 cups of milk to make pancakes using the same instructions. How many pancakes did she ( 3 marks)

make?

Total

ll

marks

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2.

(a)

Given that

a:

6, b

: - 4 and c :

of

ctz+b

c-b

(b)

3 marks)

3(x

- y) + 4(x + 2v)

1 2 marks)

4x2

x

6x3

3xa

3 marks)

x-3

(ii)

Ifx

is an integer, determine the

3 marks)

( l mark)

Total 12 marks

3.

(a)

: {7,2,3,4,5,6;7,8,9,10,

11, 12 }

Draw a Venn diagram to represent this information.

( 4 marks)

a)

TaE

( l mark) ( l mark)

b)

(TwD'.

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(b)

(i)

IBC

AC:

ICAB:

60"

6cm

(

(ii)

(iiD

Complete the diagram to shon' the kite, ABCD, in which

3 marks)

Total12 marks

DAC.

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4.

(a)

The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a triangle LMN with LN : 12 cm, NM :x cm and I NLM : 0 o. The point K on LM is such that i/K is perpendicular to LM, NK:6 cm, and KM: 8 cm.

of

(Dx (iD e.

(b)

( (

2 merks) 3 merks)

The diagram below shows a map of a playing field drawn on a grid of I cm squars. The scale of the map is I : 1 250.

(D

( lmark )

(ii)

,S

o

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(iii)

in

^Sto

F in9.72

a)

m/s

b)

km/h

3 marks)

ll

marks

s.

(a)

A straight line passes through the point T (4,1) and has a gradient of the equation of this line.

Determine ( 3 marks)

(b)

(i)

(iD

Using a scale of 1 cm to represent I unit on both axes, draw thetriangle ABC with vertices A (2;3), B (5,3) and C (3,6). ( 3 marks)

On the same axes used in (b) (D, draw and label the line y

2.

( l mark)

(iii)

(iv)

Draw the image of triangle ABC vnder a reflection in the line y

imageA'B'C'.

e'e6,7).

A"B"C'with

vertices A,,

(v)

Name and describe the single ffansformation that maps triangle ABC onto

triangleA"B"C".

2marks)

Total12 marks

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6.

A class of 26 students each recorded the distance travelled to schooi. The distance. to the nearest km, is recorded below:

21

l1

26 39

l6

11

l7

22

22 '34

32 25 l6

22

8

13

t2

30

18 19

23

28

14

24

(a)

Distance in kilometres

Frequency

1

I -5

6-

10

lt - l5

t6-20 2t -25

26-30

31 - 35

61

36-40

(b)

2 marks)

Using a scale of 2 cm to represent 5 km on the horizontal axis and a scale of I cm to represent 1 student on the vertical axis, draw a histogram to represent the data. ( 5 marks)

Calculate the probability that a student chosen at random from this class recorded the ( 2 marks) distance travelled to school as 26 km or more.

The P.T.A. plans to set up a transportation service for the school. Which average, mean,

(c)

(d)

mode or median, is MOST appropriate for estimating the cost of the service? Give a ( 2 marks) reason fbr your answer.

Total 11 marks

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7.

form: f(x):

ax2

* bx + c.

.-r-

i- f-1-

:i.'j

'i-'i-r

-|I

.i....i....i...i

i....i-..;...i.

-i-i-i.-i

i-t +l .+-i.-i.f

..i...i..i..r

..1...i...r....1

-i.--i...i...i.

ti

..t...+...i....i.

iiit

u....i...i

l""i-!_ i

l+-.+..

)

iiii

!

0 -f

-i

..i.

-+-r..i 1

i- r-j.-it

ll.i.l.

':i..'i...i...1

:i:i*i

x: :

0 0

'

( lmark)

(

2 marks) 2 marks) 2 marks) 2 marks)

x whenf(x)

the coordinates of the maximum point the equation of the axis of symmetry

(

( (

thevalues of xwhen.f(x):5

2 marks)

Total 11 marks

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8.

Bianca makes hexagons using sticks of equal length. She then creates patterns by joining the hexagons together. Pattems 1,2 and 3 are shown below: Pattern

1

Pattem2

Pattern 3

O

l

Hexagon

2 Hexagons

3 Hexagons

The table below shows the number of hexagons in EACH pattem created and the number of sticks used to make EACH pattern.

Number

of

hexagons

I

-t

20

in the pattern

Number of sticks

used

for

ll

T6

^s

the pattern

(a)

of

(b)

x

v

z.

( ( (

Write down an expression for S in terms of n. where S represents the number of sticks ( 2 marks) used to make a pattern of n hexagons.

Bianca used a total of 76 sticks to make a pattern of ft hexagons. Determine the value ( 2 marks) of h.

(c)

Total 10 marks

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11

SECTION

II

9.

(a)

is

E::l|lV

l"

2

(i) (ii)

(b)

m. E:45and,m:13.

3 marks)

2

Determinethevalueofywhen

marks)

Given S6)

: 3*-Bx+2,

(

3

solve the equation

marks)

to 2 decimal places.

(4 marks)

a)

they-coordinate of A

the x-coordinate of C

the

b)

c)

x andy-coordinates ofB.

3 marks)

Totel 15 marks

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The manager of apizza shop wishes'to makex smallpizzas and_r,large pizzas. His oven

10.

(D

2 marks)

The ingredients for each small pizza cost $ 15 and for each large pizza S30. The manager plans to spend no more than $450 on ingredients.

(ii)

(b)

2 marks)

(i)

Using a scale of 2 cm on the x-axis to represent 5 small pizzas and 2 cm on they-axis to represent 5 large pizzas, draw the graphs ofthe lines associated ( 4 marks) with the inequalities at (a) (i) and (a) (ii) above.

Shade the region which is defined byALL of the following combined: the inequalities written at (a) (i) and (a) (ii)

(iD

( I mark)

(iii) (c)

Using your graph, state the coordinates of the vertices of the shaded region. ( 2 marks)

The pizza shop makes a profit of $8 on the sale of EACH small pizza and S20 on the sale of EACH large pizza. All the pizzas that were made were sold.

(i) (iD

and

( lmark)

profit.

Total 15 marks

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11.

(a)

The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows three stations P, Q and R, such that the bearing of Q from R is 116" and the bearing of P from R is 242". The vertical line at R shows the North direction.

(i)

(i

126".

( 2 marks)

i)

Given that PR: 38 metres and QR : 102 metres, calculate the distance PQ, giving your answer to the nearest metre. ( 3 marks)

(b)

K, L and M are points along a straight line on a horizontal plane, as shown below.

KLM

A vertical pole, ,S1(, is positioned such that the angles of elevation of the top of the pole from L and M are 2I" and 14o respectively.

The height of the pole,,S1(, is 10 metres.

,S

(i)

(ii)

Copy and complete the diagram to show the pole SK and the angles of elevation

of

,S

from L and M.

( 4 marks)

a)

b)

( 6 marks)

Total 15 marks

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t2.

(a)

The diagram below not drawn to scale, shows two circles. C is the centre ofthe smaller

Use

GFH

GDE DEF.

( 2 marks)

( 3 marks)

( 2 marks)

in this part of the question.

cm,calculate the area of

r :3.14

Given that

GC:4

ttiangle GCH the minor sector bounded by arc GH andradli GC and HC the shaded segment.

( 3 marks)

( 3 marks)

( 2 marks)

Total 15 marks

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(a) The figure beloq not drawn to scale, shows the points O (0,0), A (5,0) and B (-1,4) which are the vertices of atriangle OAB. B (-1,4)

o (0,0)

A (5,0)

(i)

Express in the

-+

a) b) (ii)

(b)

-)

OB

OA+OB

-)

(3marks)

( 2 marks)

In the figure below, not drawn to scale, OE, EF and MF are straight lines. The point FI is such that EF : 3EH. The point G is such that Mtr : 5 MG. M is the midpoint of oE.

The vector

-+

tt.

(i)

a) b) c)

(iD

_>

HF -+ MF

OH

( l mark)

( 2 marks) ( 2 marks)

-)

Showthat

i":

I5\(z,*r\ /

lllie

on a straight line.

( 2 marks) ( 3 marks)

(iii)

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14.

(a)

Evaluate L (b)

The matrix,

3l

2

l.0

N2.

3 marks)

singular.

Giventhat

M, isgiven as

M :'I

12

t3 x)

]

(c)

n : [0 {l ,"ul"rrtutethevaluesofpandq. lq ol'

--l'_l l.s

."1

[

( 3marks)

(d)

s.

(e)

A translation,. T

.']

3 marks)

Determine the coordinates of the image of (8,5) under the combined transformation, ( 4 marks) R followed by 7.

Total 15 marks

END OF TEST

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