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TEST CODE

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FORM TP 200901s

SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE

JANUARY

EXAMINATION MATHEMATICS Paper 02 - General Proficiency

2 hours 40 minutes

06 JANUARY 2009

(a.m)

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

1. 2. 3. 4.

All working

Examination Materials

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

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SBCTION I

Answer ALL the questions in this section.

1.

be clearly shown.

(a)

J

-)

of

21 -- 5' 3 6-"

giving your answer as a fraction.

( 3marks)

(b)

BDS$ means Barbados dollars and EC$ means Eastern Caribbean dollars.

(i) (ii)

Karen exchanged BDS$2 000.00 and received EC$2 700.00. Calculate the ( 2 marks) value of one BDS$ in EC$.

If

Karen exchanged EC$432.00 for BDS$, calculate the amount of BDS$ ( 2 marks) which Karen would receive.

[Assume that the buying and selling rates are the same.]

(c)

A credit union pays 87o per annum compound-interest on all fixed deposits. A customer deposited $24 000 in an account. Calculate the TOTAL amount of money in the ( 4 marks) account at the end of two years.

Total LL marks

2.

(a)

2m

(b) (c) (d)

5m

n3n

If a* b = a2 -b, evaluate 5 *

Factorize completely 3x

2. 2xy.

3 marks)

( lmark)

(

2 marks)

6y + x2 -

A drinking straw of length 2l cm is cut into 3 pieces. The length of the first piece is x cm. The second piece is 3 cm shorter than the first piece. The third piece is twice as long as the first piece.

(D (ii) (iii)

pieces.

2 marks)

Write an expression, in terms of x, to represent the sum of the lengths of the ( L mark ) three pieces of drinking straw.

Hence, calculate the value of

x.

3 marks)

Total 12 marks

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3.

(a)

54 students study Physical Education. 42 students study Music. 6 students study neither physical Education nor Music. x students study both Physical Education and Music.

(i)

( lmark)

(ii) (iii)

Show on your Venn diagram the information relating to the students in Form 5. ( 2 marks)

Music.

(b)

and

3 marks)

The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows two straight wires, LJ and, NK, supporting a vertical pole, MJ. LMN is a sffaight line on the horizorltal plane. Angle JML=9O.,angle KNM=30",lJ = 13m, LM=5mandKN= 10m.

I

F

5m

of

(i) (ii)

MK

JK.

3 marks)

" ( 3 marks)

Total 12 marks

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4.

The diagram below represents the graph of a straight line which passes through the points P andQ.

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(a)

and Q.

( 2 marks)

(b)

Determine

the gradient of the line segment the equation of the line segment

PQ PQ.

PQ. Deterrnine the value of /.

( ( (

2 marks)

2 marks)

2 marks)

The line segment, AB, is perpendicular to PQ, and passes through (6,2).

(d)

(

Total

3 marks)

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marks

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5.

r

I

I

i

I

36 cm

25 cm

box.

( 2 marks)

The cereal from ONE large box can exactly

box.

(

(

4 marks)

(i) (ii)

If the height of a small box is 2O cm,list TWO different pairs of values which

the company can use for the length and width of a smalr

box.

( 2 marks)

Total 10 marks

6.

(a)

The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows rectangle peRS with QR = 5.5 cm.

pe = 7.0 cm and

5.5 cm

7.0cm

7.0 cm

using a ruler, a pencil and a pair of compasses only, construct the rectangle. ( 6 marks)

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(b)

and N.

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i

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(i) (ii)

State, in the

t*

/"\ [rJ

( 2 marks)

L is mapped onto Nby an enlargement:

a) b) c)

Find and label on your answer sheet the point G, the centre of the enlargement. Show your method clearly.

State the coordinates of G. State the scale factor of the

enlargement.

( 4 marks)

Total 12 marks

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7.

The table below shows the distribution of marks on a test for a group of 70 students.

Mark

Frequency

Cumulative Frequency

2 7

1-10

2

5

tt-20

2t-30 3t-40 4t-50

51-60

9 14

t6

I6

12

8

6t-70

71-80

(a)

70

Copy and complete the table to show the cumulative frequency for the distribution. ( 2 marks)

(b)

(i)

Using a scale of 1 cm to represent 5 marks on the horizontal axis and 1 cm to represent 5 students on the vertical axis, draw the cumulative frequency ( 5 marks) curve for the scores. What assumption have you made in drawing your curve through the point

(ii)

(c)

(0,0X

( lmark)

(

The pass mark for the test is who passed the test.

students

2 marks)

(d)

What is the probability that a student chosen at random had a mark less than or equal to ( 2 marks) 30?

Total 12 marks

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8.

The figure below shows the first three diagrams in a sequence. Each diagram is made up of dots connected by line segments. In each diagram, there are d dots and / line segments.

.N / f

#,

(a) (b)

N#

#N #N

K #:

+.i/.

,\i

/i, /-

tl:: i

\i; "\:

N #N #N #N\ # N # N

( 2marks)

Draw the fourth diagram in the sequence.

Complete the table by inserting the missing values at the rows marked (i) and (ii).

No. of dots d

5

Pattern connecting

I andd

I

6

t1

-4 2x8-4 2xll-4

(_) () ()

2x5

I2

18

(i)

62

(ii)

L)

(i)

180

( (

2 marks) 2 marks)

(c)

sequence?

mark )

(ii) (iii)

How many line segments are in the seventh diagram of the sequence?

( lmark)

2 marks)

Total 10 marks

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SECTION

II

9.

(a)

2 !g

(b)

lt+r

3 marks)

(i)

4x

13 in the

3 marks)

the values of x at which the graph cuts the x-axis the interval for whichfi-x) the minimum value the value of x at

( (

4 marks) 2 marks)

offix)

( lmark

(

whichfi;) is a minimum.

2 marks)

Total 15 marks

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10.

f:x-->x-3

g:x-->x2

(b)

Calculate /(6).

Find/-l(x).

Show that.f s (2) =.f s (-2) = 0.

( lmark) ( lmark)

(

3 marks)

The distance-time graph below describes the journey of a train between two train stations, A and B. Answer the questions below on the answer sheet.

Distance

in km

120i

Bi

i

: :

801

i

1

60 (D (ii)

80

100

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Time in minutes

( lmark)

Determine the average speed of the train, in km/h , on its journey from A to B. ( 3 marks)

The train continued its journey away from stations A and B to another station C, which is 50 km from B. The average speed on this journey was 60 km/h.

(iii) (iv)

Calculate the time, in minutes, taken for the train to travel from B to C. ( 3 marks)

On your answer sheet, draw the line segment which describes the journey of ( 3 marks) the train from B to C.

Total L5 marks

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11.

(a)

(i)

I <x< -y=-tanx.forl0" 2

60o.

10" 0.13

20"

30"

0.29

40"

50"

0.60

60"

0.87

( lmark) (ii)

Using a scale of 2 cm to represent 10" (10 degrees) on the horizontal axis and 10 cm to represent 1 unit on the vertical axis, plot the values from the table and draw a smooth curve through your points. ( 4 marks)

Use your graph to estimate the value of x when

(iii)

(b)

! = O.7

( lmark)

The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a circle with centre, O. EA and EB are tangents to the circle, and angle AEB = 48" .

Calculate, giving reasons for your answer, the size of EACH of the following angles:

zoAE

zAoB

ZACB

2 marks)

( 3 marks) (

2 marks)

ZADB

( 2 marks)

Total 15 marks

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12.

(a)

On the diagram below, not drawn to scale, angle UTW = 60o and angle WUV = 4O".

TU=8m,TW=10m,VW=11

m,

Calculate

(i)

I

the lengrh of UW the size of the angle UWV the area of triangle TUW.

2 marks)

(ii) (iii)

( 2 marks)

( 2 marks)

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13.

VECTORS AND MATRICES -+ -+ The diagram below shows position vectors OP and OQ .

iJ-

H2

Ii

i.-

fg"::

i i.-1./

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Pi

\

t\

i-i''*

vr,

-3

'a-r-1-i

-t'

o

1

-i --t-

i"i-i i l::i : i l

3

i--2

(a)

IY'l

(i)

(ii)

(b)

-+

oP

-+

( lmark) ( lmark

)

oQ

(c)

-+

/r\

.

( 2 marks)

Qi

.

lr,J

is parattel to

.

( Lmark)

( 2 marks)

-+

Write 0S

and b.

2 marks)

Using a vector method, show that OPSQ is a parallelogram.

b. ( 3marks)

( 3 marks)

Total L5 marks

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14.

(a)

= |. , ;)andB= [Z ;)

(r 2\

(t

3\

( 3 marks)

(b) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a triangle, ABC whose coordinates are

stated.

of

V on triangle

ABC.

( 2 marks)

Determine the 2 x 2 matrix that represents the combined transformation of V followed by W. ( 3 marks) Using your matrix in (b) (ii), determine the coordinates of the image of triangle ABC under this combined transformation. ( 3 marks)

(c)

(D

Write the following simultaneous equations in the form AX = B where A, X and B are matrices:

llx+6y=6 9x + 5y =J

(ir)

Hence, write the solution for

-x

(

and y as a product of two matrices.

2marks)

2 marks)

Total 15 marks

END OF TEST

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