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1 Solve the recurrence relation xn2 2 xn1 4 xn , n 0 , with initial conditions x0 3 ,

1 1

2 1 3 2 1

A 2 1 3 3

0 7 1 5

(i) Find a basis for the kernel of T. [2]

1 2

9 1

Let u and v .

8 2

4 1

(iii) State whether the following sets are linear spaces. For the sets that are linear

spaces, give a basis, and for the sets that are not, give a reason why they are

not linear spaces.

(a) T u :

(b) T u v :

(c) T u v : [3]

(iv) Describe the geometrical interpretation of the set

T u v : , . [2]

3 The complex number z satisfies both the conditions

3 4i

z 6 8i z 12 16i and arg 0.

z 6 8i

(i) Sketch the locus of the points representing the complex number z on an

Argand diagram. [3]

Hence, find the exact range of values of arg( z 6) . [2]

z 6 8i z 12 16i . Find the value of a. [2]

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(iii) The locus of points representing the complex number w with equation

w b r , where b is a fixed complex number and r is a real number, passes

through points 6,8 , a,8 and 9,12 . Find the area of the locus of points

which satisfy the inequality

wb r . [2]

4 Bipolar speakers are used to enhance create a surround sound experience. They are have

two or more sound drivers producing sound on opposite sides of a speaker cabinet,

creating a sound field. The drivers are wired in phase with the opposite pair, so that a

bipolar speaker creates a small region of diffuse sound.

Bipolar speaker y

O x

Region of

Figure A diffuse sound

Figure B

Figure A shows a cross-section of a bipolar speaker. The dotted lines represent the

boundary of the sound field produced by the bipolar speaker. The unshaded region in the

centre of the sound field is the region of diffuse sound.

The sound field produced by the bipolar speaker can be modelled by the area enclosed

by curve C, with polar equation

3

r p cos , π 5π ,

2 3 3

as shown in Figure B. The bipolar speaker is located at the pole O.

(i) Find, in terms of p, the outer perimeter of sound field produced by the

bipolar

speaker.

[4]

(ii) Find the exact area of the part of the sound field which does not have diffuse

sound. [3]

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(iii) The entrance of a semi-circular hall is located at the midpoint of the

diameter, and a bipolar speaker is placed there. Reflected sound from the

walls can interfere with the sound produced by the speaker, so the hall must

be large enough to contain the entire sound field. Find the equation of the

curve representing the curved wall of the hall with the smallest possible

radius. [2]

. [1]

dx 1 x2

1

sin cot 1 x

1 x2

and find a similar expression for cos cot 1 x . [2]

1

cos k cot 1 x x sin k cot 1 x sin k 1 cot 1 x . [2]

1 x 2

1 n 1! sin n cot 1 x

n 1

dn

tan 1 x

1 x 2

n 2

dx n

6 Let

C 1 cos 2 cos 4 cos 6 cos 20 ,

S sin 2 sin 4 sin 6 sin 20 .

sin11 i10

(i) Show that C iS e for all nπ, n . [3]

sin

sin 21 1

(ii) Hence, show that cos 2 cos 4 cos 6 cos 20 . [3]

2sin 2

10

sin 21 cos 21cos 21

(iii) Deduce that r sin 2r

r 1 4sin 2

4sin

. [3]

(i) Show that the equation f x 0 has a root where 1 2 . [2]

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correct to 3 significant figures. [3]

(iv) Describe what happens when the Newton-Raphson method is used with an

initial guess of x 1 , and explain it using a graph. [3]

f x sin x 2 for all positive real values of x. The internal volume of the cup can be

modelled by the volume of the solid of revolution formed when the area bounded by the

curve, the y-axis, and the line y 1 is rotated 2π radians around the y-axis.

(b) The cup is filled with water until the diameter of the water surface is

2 sin 1 r units, where r is a positive constant.

(i) Show that the surface area of the cup in contact with the water is given

by

r

1

2π sin 1 y dy . [3]

0 4 1 y 2

(ii) Explain why the trapezium rule or Simpson’s rule cannot be used

directly to find an approximate value for the integral in (i) when

r 1. [2]

(iii) When r 0.5 , use Simpson’s rule with four strips to find an

approximate numerical value for the surface area of the cup in contact

with the water. [3]

9 x2 y 2

A hyperbola with eccentricity e has equation 1 where 0 b a . The point P

a 2 b2

with coordinates a sec , b tan lies on the hyperbola.

Show that the equation of the tangent to the hyperbola at point P is

bx sec ay tan ab . [2]

intersects the other asymptote of the hyperbola at point T, show that

PS PT . [3]

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x2 y 2

(b) If the tangent passes through one of the foci F of the ellipse 1,

a 2 b2

show that

(i) the tangent is parallel to either y x or y x , [3]

(ii) the tangent’s point of contact with the hyperbola lies on the directrix

of the ellipse corresponding to

F. [2]

(c) The tangent and normal at P intersect the y-axis at points A and B

respectively. Show that the circle with diameter AB passes through the foci

of the hyperbola. [5]

10 The population of a species of fish living in a Great Lake at time t years is y t units.

The rate of change of the fish population, y t , is modelled by the differential

equation

y t ay cy2 H ,

where H is the harvesting rate and the term cy 2 accounts for overcrowding in the

lake.

Several models were studied to determine acceptable harvesting rates to sustain

both the fish population and the fishing industry.

(i) Find y t and explain the effect on fish population for different values

of the initial population

y 0 . [3]

(ii) Explain if this a good model for the long term size of the population

of fish in the lake. [1]

(i) Without solving the differential equation, find the carrying capacity of

the lake and explain what the carrying capacity means in this

context. [2]

(ii) Explain how the carrying capacity might change if the fish population

in a particular year is suddenly doubled due to the introduction of fish

of the same species from another

region. [1]

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(c) Model C: There is harvesting, and a 1 and c .

30

(i) Suppose each fishing corporation catches an average of 2 units of fish

per year. What is the largest number of fishing corporations that can

fish in the lake each year, such that fishing industry in that region is

still sustainble? [2]

(ii) Suppose the number of fishing corporations fishing in the lake each

year is that given in (i). Discuss, by referring to y t , the long term

behaviour of the fish population in the lake for different values of the

initial population y 0 . [3]

(d) Suppose harvesting and restocking of fish in the lake happens in periodic

cycles, so that

1 2

y t y y 0.2sin t .

30

If the initial population y 0 was 6 units, use Euler’s Method with two

steps to estimate the size of the fish population in the lake after one year. [3]

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