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King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Prep-Year Math Program '


Prep-Year Math II
EXAM I
Code: 001 Term 083 Code: 001
Thursday, July 30,2009
Net Time Allowed: 110 minutes
Student's Name: 5.0.1.... UY:l .
ID #: .. Section #: .
Important Instructions:
1. All types of CALCULATORS, PAGERS, OR MOBILES ARE NOT
ALLOWED to be with you during the examination.
2. Use an HB
2
3. Use a good eraser. Do not use the eraser attached to the pencil.
4. Write your name, ID number and Mathematics Section number on the
examination paper and in the upper left comer of the answer sheet.
5. When bubbling your ID Number and Math Section Number, be sure that
bubbles match with the number that you write.
6. The Test Code Number is already typed and bubbled in your answer sheet.
Make sure that it is the same as that printed on your question paper.
7. When bubbling, make sure that the bubbled space is fully covered.
8. When erasing a bubble, make sure that you do not leave any trace of
penciling.
9. Check that the exam paper has 22 questions.
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Ql.
The equation 2
x
- 6( 2-
x
) = 6 has
A) No solutions
One solution only and it is greater than 2.
C) Two solutions only, one positive and one negative.
D) Two positive solutions.
E) One solution only and it is less than 2.
Q2.
The interval on which the graph of f (x ) =( J-2 - 3 is below the x-axis is

Vcr (2 -logz 3,00)
b.e.... IuW- 1X -c\..,yt 3
B) (-00,2 -logz 3)
(x -1'J-hYU / )xl )
C) (-2 + logz 3,00)
(1 3
D) (0,00)
?L -!L =- k'dY1- (
3
) =c - L1 3
?L =- 'L - (3)
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Q3.
If a' is the reference angle of a =-4 and /3' is the reference of /3 =7 then
a' + /3' =
0(1 =. - 4- -t i-71
0<=-4
A) 3 - 2n
......
. ::> 0<)": TC - (- It .+ l-7LJ
-=- 4- - 7[
k'J.
D) 11- 2n
E) 2n - 3
I I )A _ '3 7C
of.. + :=
Q4.
The domain of the function f (x ) = log4 [ P-x I ) IS
X +x-2
A) (-00,-2)u(1,3)
\ '3 -Kl s. -h:, be
n 2- t- x. .- L & <;--t' h
B) (-00,3) u (3,00)
(-00,-2) u (1,3) u (3,00) l 3,_ X \ > 0 :fvr ex"* 5
D) (-2,1) u (1,3)
L - "/ 0
X +)(._'L (?t -I)
E) (-00, -2) u (3,00)
;frr (- C>a I :L) U (1, (>0 - )
"'- ::: (_ '" , _>-) U(I, 3) U(3 (be>)
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Q5.
Let () be an acute angle satisfying the equation 3sin () =4 cos () ,then
csc(} - sec(} =
A) ~
4
1
5
B)
,<ffJl S
,&
C) ~ '1
5
12
Ce, e -- ~ e- -
--
~
D) ~
5 5
12.
5
12
Q6.
Let f (x ) = - ~ cos (27rx) and A be its amplitude, P be its period and (a, b) be the
3
highest point of the function in the interval [0,1]. Then, A + P + a - b =
3
L..-/A)
2
5
B)
2
37r
C)
2
D) 1+ 37r
2
57r -1
E)
2
-x
, ~
~
-
3
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Q5.
Let f) be an acute angle satisfying the equation 3sin() = 4 cos () ,then
csc() - sec() =
"3 =- 4- CAn (9
A)
4
7:: -4 ::: 'j
.3
1
B)
5

4
as - :2,0
5
cse.e

)2
'\
D) !
5
-
5
'2.
5
v
12
Q6.
Let f (x) = and A be its amplitude, P be its period and (a,b) be the
3
highest point of the function in the_ interval [0,1]. Then, A + P + a - b =
3
- L A. -::. ..L
L,/A)
lie ,
2
5
'1)
B)

2
-1
37r
3"+ ;I., 3
C)
2
37r
D) 1+
2
57r -1
E) 2

;) in [-1r, 1r] is
B) 6
C) 8
[/D)7
E) 4
,.

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Q7.
1
The expression 1 + 2lnx - In (x + ) + log r 15 can be written as
2 "e.

\tY
\\
C) In( 25x
E) In(5ex 2 J
x +1
Q8.
The number ofvertical asymptotes ofthe function y = 4 tan( 3x
A) 5
V A- .:
3x.--E=- E. +k.1C
:z." J
3x. := 1L + b..iC =:.(k.+\)7C
I k./ E::-
3}L =- k. rt:::
1<- =-
3
1- A.
t
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Q9. ,
If tan () = 4 and P (-3, n) is a point on the terminal side of () where () is in
standard position, then sec () =
_ _ -=- C7 =- Jt -) ill -=- - 12..
A) 10
-3
5
B)
r -=:
3
Vt:''>tt f' 2)7- '_ '/3" (I + it']
= "3 '!If
//,C) -.J0
_
1
5e..c e ....

D) 4
-:3
-
-5
Jl7
E)
4
QlO.
The solution set of the equation log3 (x - 2) =1+ logX(x + 2) consists of
A) Two rational solutions.
B) Two solutions one rational and one irrational.
0> One irrational solution only.
D) Two irrational solutions of different signs.
E) Only one integer.
-
to, ('lL- j,) =- 1- 3 (?C- t L)
(-x.-l-) + (?t-t2-) =- I
1(.) \
x2... _ 4 ::. 8
_ 'f
1<- = fi
Ue-rcA {
?L-=- - if-K
5S \ fiJ
4
-- ... _---- -
3: P5 " : -
c= - -E'
P Hz
='l
:L =-)
'0 _ 3 tr
.. Jo
Qll.
The range, in interval notation, of the function y = - 3 I+ 4 IS
31l'
An equation of a cosine function with amplitude 2, period 31l' and phase shift
4
IS
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A) Y = _ 1l')
. 2 4
B) Y =-2COSGX <)
(
2 31l')
E) Y =-2cos "3
x
-4
Q12.
A) (-00,5)
\.oB')[3,4)
C) (-1,3]
D) (4,00)
E) [-4,3)
.,." (3 1l')
C) Y =2cos 2 x -"2
t=-
I 5
-(- =eliJ
f (x ) =sec( 2x ) -1 ?
,where W (I) is the wrapping function andf: is positivel then
J'
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Q13.
Which one of the following statements is false about the function
A) The function has no lowest point in [0, 1C]. ,...
B) The graph has no horizontal asymptotes. -r

j ' 3:] ,j' C) The function has a maximum value in [ :
!.
".
'V D) The graph has no x-intercepts,
E) The graph does not intersect the line y = . ,.
2
d::---
\
(
-rr

-- -;
Q14.
If W (I )=(x ,-
cos( 57l' +t) + sine47l' -t) =
--
5
I d.c:.
o
1x--jJ
te:J ( +b) t
_ tAn (1C +b-) +
5
A)
- _ C<7.\ b - kMr:.
-
3
5
B) 8
12.
1
D) --
5
E)
Il- 0
fol.". (- t-)
_.2

4-.t-0c- -+ 2.-)
1

L

V1 toft-'
\Cod"cl
(CgJ c( 0)
_ \/.-1 _11

+ ifI, eo-i"b _ _ VI - l:'
-
eu:1(; UtJc
'-)e
First Major
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2, x
,
,
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
1:T -= (1('1>-) X
IK-fLJ X
-& -:. (3
1
0(
O-r
-
cost
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Q15.
If
31r th b" f
1r <t <-, en tant can e wntten In tenns 0 cost as
2
1- cos
z
t
C) - cos
z
t
1- cost
D) ---
Q16.
The graph given on the right can be represented by
y
_ .Jl-cosZt
cost
A) Y = logz (x - 2)
B) Y = -x )1
C) y =-logz (3 - x )
Y =-logz(2-x)
E) y = Ilogz (2 -x )1
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Q17.
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The function f (X ) =-2cot 3x intersects the line y =1 in [ ~ ,"] at
A) Three points
B) Seven points
~ ) Five points.
D) Four points.
E) Six points.
y -
Q18.
Let A and B be the smallest positive and the largest negative coterminal angles with
() = -873 ,then 2A - B =
A) 513
A=-- ~ . 1-3 t 3(36<
B) 510
B ::. - cg::f-3 -t- . t ( ~ 6 0 o )
C) 570
D) 573
i A - B ~ 4-141- 1)3
=- ~ 6 'f
0) 567

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Q19. \
A man measures the angle of elevation from a point A on the ground to the top of a 12
meters- rocket as 60
0
He walks back to a point B where the angle of elevation is 30
0
Then, the distance from A to B is equal to
A) 12(3 - J3) meters
c
B) 4J2 meters L" _ ,z.. _
-:::: ,.,\.:..- - ~
C) 8 meters
lAc- =: 1fJI]
L,./'O) sJ3 meters
A-- ~ ~ 30<> :;. 'L ::..
V3 . A-C+ ~ &
E) 4(3 - J3) meters
A-Bt- AC =- 1'LV3
AfI::. =- 12...V3 - Ac.. .=-12..V"i
Q20.
. 2 . JrX
The functIon y =- Slll- IS
3
A) decreasing on the interval (3,6) >\
~ increasing on the interval ( ~ ,
6
) V
C) decreasing on the interval (%,3) X
D) increasing on the interval (3, %) X
E) decreasing on the interval (0,3) X
- -----
Q21.
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First Major
Thursday, July 30,2009
If . log 2 = X
A) 5x -1
then log 1600 + log! is equal to
5
+
1 -
B) 3x+3

-+ L -
,
C) 3x
-\
L
\0 -\
_.
-
4-?L
tl2
(/D) 5x+l
?t.--
E) 5x -2
5?L+1
::1
1
Q22.
The wheels of a car have radius 30 em, they are rotating at 250 rev/min. Then, the
distance (in km) run by the car in 30 minutes is equal to
A) 450 km
;r
B) 15;rkm
C) 7.5;r km
1It-_ W 4 r.:=.
iV

_ 1L
- O. 1( X kW-f /
- flAM
1009-8
E) 0.05;r km
u 30 'J.1
',;
0<.. -: tV. t- -:.. I (if: - .3 0
=-fh-. k W1 7