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C3
sample exam paper
. Time: 1‰ hours.
. You are advised to show all your working.
. Calculators may be used.
1 It is given that
f(x) ˆ sin
1
x‡1
9x2 .
(i) Show that there is a root of f(x) ˆ 0 in the interval 0:3 4 x 4 0:4.
(ii) This root is to be estimated using the iterative formula
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sin 1 xn ‡ 1
xn‡1 ˆ
, x0 ˆ 0:4.
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Showing your values of x1 , x2 , x3 , . . ., obtain the value, to three decimal
places, of the root.
[4]
2 It is given that
cot x ‡ 3
cosec2 x ˆ 0.
(i) Show that this equation can be written in the form
cot2 x
cot x
2 ˆ 0.
[2]
(ii) Hence solve the equation cot x ‡ 3 cosec2 x ˆ 0 giving all values of x,
where appropriate, to one decimal place in the interval 08 4 x < 3608.
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The curve C has the equation y ˆ p
(i) Find
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x‡3
.
(x2 ‡ 9)
dy
in terms of x.
dx
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(ii) Show
p that C has a stationary point where x ˆ 3, and deduce that the line
y ˆ 2 is the horizontal tangent to C.
[3]
4 (i) Describe a sequence of geometrical transformations that maps the
graph of y ˆ ln x onto the graph of y ˆ 3 ln (x ‡ 2).
(ii) Use Simpson's Rule with five ordinates (four strips) to find an
…3
approximate value for
[ ln (x ‡ 2)]2 dx, giving your answer to four
significant figures.
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Sample exam paper
5 The value, £V, of a car at age t months is modelled by the formula V ˆ Ae kt ,
where k and A are positive constants. The value of the car when new was
£9000. The value of the car is expected to decrease to £4500 after 36 months.
Write down the value of A, and show that k = 0.019254 approximately.
[4]
Use the model to
(i) calculate the value, to the nearest pound, of the car when it is
18 months old;
(ii) find the age of the car, to the nearest month, when its value first
falls below £1800.
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6
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y
6
P (4, 6)
R
x
O
The diagram shows part of the curve with equation y2 ˆ 12(x 1). P is the
point on the curve with coordinates (4, 6). The finite region R is enclosed by the
curve, the line y ˆ 6, the x-axis and the y-axis.
The region R is rotated through 2p about the x-axis. Find the exact value of the
volume of the solid generated.
[10]
7 The diagram shows the plan of a rectangular garden ACEF.
A
B
5m
8m
x
F
C
x
D
E
The shaded area ABDF represents the lawn, which has a perimeter of 26 m.
It is given that BD ˆ 5 m, DF ˆ 8 m and angle DFE ˆ angle BDC ˆ x, x 6ˆ 0.
(i) Show that
13 cos x ‡ 3 sin x ˆ 13.
(ii) Express 13 cos x ‡ 3 sin x in the form R cos (x a), where R > 0 and
08 < a < 908, giving your values of R and a to two decimal places.
(iii) Hence find the value of x, giving your answer to one decimal place.
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8 A function f is defined for all real values of x by f(x)=e2x‡3
1.
(i) Find the range of f.
(ii) Sketch the curve with equation y ˆ f(x), showing the coordinates of
any points at which the curve meets the coordinate axes.
(iii) The curve with equation y ˆ f(x) has a gradient of 8 at the point P.
Find the x-coordinate of P, giving your answer in the form ln a ‡ b,
where a is an integer and b is a constant.
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END OF QUESTIONS
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