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1. In the real number system, the inverse of 5. If x += b x ; x, b ∈ N , then the value of


addition is represented by x in terms of b is
(A) x+0= x (A) −b
(B) x + (− x) =0
b
(C) 0+x=x+0 (B) −
2
(D) x( y + z ) = xy + xz
(C) b
2. Which of the following statements is true? b
n n
(D)

∑ r = 2∑ r
2
2
(A)
=r 1=r 1 6. The polynomial P ( x) = 2 x 3 + x 2 − 13x + 6,
2
n  n  when divided by ( x − 1), gives a remainder
(B)
=r
∑ r =
1=
2

r 1

r


of

n n
(A) −4

=r 1=
(C)
r 1
∑ ( 2 + r ) =2 + ∑ r
2 2 (B) 0
(C) 6
n n
(D)
=r 1=
∑r = ∑r
r 0
2 2 (D) 18

7. (4 x)3 − (4 y )3 can be expressed in the form


n
3. The (k + 1)th term in ∑ r (r − 1) is
r =1
(A) (4 x − 4 y ) (16 x 2 − 16 y 2 )

2 (B) (4 x − 4 y ) (16 x 2 + 16 y 2 )
(A) k
(B) k +1 (C) (4 x − 4 y ) (16 x 2 − 16 xy − 16 y 2 )
(C) k (k + 1) (D) (4 x − 4 y ) (16 x 2 + 16 xy + 16 y 2 )
(D) (k + 1) 2
8. If α and β represent roots of the
4. The basic wage Wb and the overtime
equation x 2 − px + q =
0, then the value
wage Wo of a shop attendant never differ
by more than $100. of α 2 + β 2 is
An inequality representing this statement is (A) p2
(A) Wo − Wb ≤ 100 (B) p−q
(C) p 2 − 2q
(B) Wo − Wb < 100
(D) p 2 + 2q
(C) Wo − Wb ≥ 100

(D) Wo − Wb > 100

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 25  2
9. The exact value of   is 12. Which of the following mapping
 16  diagrams does NOT represent a function?
2
(A)
5 (A) y
4
(B)
5
5
(C) x
4
5
(D)
2

2 −1
10. Rationalising gives
2 +1 y
(B)
(A) 1− 2 2
2
(B) 1+ 2 x
3
(C) 3+2 2

(D) 3−2 2

(C) y
11. The expression 2 − 4 x + 3 x 2 can be
written as
2
 2 3
(A) 3 x −  −
 3 2 x
2
 2 2
(B) 3 x −  −
 3 3
2
 3 2
(C) 3 x −  +
 2 3 (D) y
2
 2 2
(D) 3 x −  +
 3 3
x

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Item 13 refers to the diagram below. 15. The sketch below shows a function
y = f ( x).

The function y = f ( x) is represented


by

(A)

13. The function f ( x) is decreasing for the


range
(A) x<3

(B) x≥5 (B)


(C) 3≤ x<4

(D) 4≤x<5

14. The general quadratic equation with


roots α and β may be written as (C)

(A) x 2 − (α + β ) x − αβ =
0

(B) x 2 + (α + β ) x − αβ =
0

(C) x 2 − (α + β ) x + αβ =
0

(D) x 2 + (α + β ) x + αβ =
0
(D)

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16. If a= 5i + j and b λi + 5j
= are 20. Which of the following sketches BEST
parallel vectors, then the value of λ is represents the curve
1
(A) −5 = y cos x, (0 ≤ x ≤ 2π )?
2
(B) 1
(C) 5
(A)
(D) 25

Items 17 – 18 refer to a circle with


general equation
x 2 − 2 x + y 2 + 4 y − 11 =
0.

17. The coordinates of the centre of the


circle are (B)
(A) (−1, − 2)

(B) (−1, 2)

(C) (1, − 2)

(D) (1, 2)

18. The radius of the circle is


(C)
(A) 2 units

(B) 4 units

(C) 6 units

(D) 11 units

 π
19. The function sin  x +  can be
 2 (D)
simplified to

(A) − cos x

(B) − sin x

(C) cos x

(D) sin x

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21. Sin (30o − A) is equal to 24. If 2cos θ + 9sin θ = r cos(θ − α ), where


π
1 3 r > 0 and 0 < α < , then the maximum
(A) cos A − sin A 2
2 2 value of the expression is

1 3 (A) 11
(B) cos A + sin A
2 2
(B) 85
3 1 (C) 11
(C) cos A + sin A
2 2
(D) 85
3 1
(D) cos A − sin A
2 2
Item 25 refers to the following diagram.

5
22. If β is an acute angle and cos β = ,
13
then sec β =

5
(A)
13
12
(B)
13
13 25. Which of the following equations BEST
(C)
12 represents the graph shown above?
13 (A) y = sin x
(D)
5
(B) y = sin 2 x

23. 2sin θ cos φ is equivalent to (C) y = 2sin x

(A) sin(θ + φ ) + sin(θ − φ ) (D)


1
y = sin x
2
(B) sin(θ + φ ) − sin(θ − φ )
26. The point A has coordinates (3, − 2).
(C) cos(θ + φ ) + cos(θ − φ ) 
The vector 3OA is
(D) cos(θ + φ ) − cos(θ − φ )
(A) (3, − 6)

(B) (9, − 2)

(C) ( −92)
(D) ( −96)
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Items 27 – 28 refer to the vectors 30. The curve with parametric representation
=x 2=
t , y t 2 has equation
x =−
3i 8 j, y =+
6i 12 j,
(A) xy 2 = 4
z=
6i + 4mj, m ∈ R.
(B) x2 y = 4
27. The value of the scalar product x  y is
(C) 4x = y 2
(A) −78
(D) 4 y = x2
(B) 78
(C) −114
(D) 114
Item 31 refers to the diagram below.
28. The vectors y and z are perpendicular
when m has a value of
y2 = x
(A) −3

3
(B) −
4
3
(C)
4

(D) 3 31. In the diagram above showing the graph


of y 2 = x, y is NOT defined for

(A) x=0
29. The line passing through the centre of the (B) x<0
circle ( x − 3) + ( y + 2) =
2 2
25 and
(C) x>0
parallel to the x-axis, has the equation
(A) y = −2
(D) x≥0

(B) y=3 x2 − 2
32. The function f ( x) = is
(C) =
y 2( x − 3) x+2
discontinuous for the domain value of
(D) =
y 3( x − 2)
(A) −2

(B) − 2

(C) 2

(D) 2

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x2 − 9 Item 36 refers to the diagram below


33. lim = is
x→3 x−3 which shows the curve
x 2 + y 2= 4, 0 ≤ x ≤ 2.
(A) −∞
y
(B) 0
2
(C) 6
x2 + y 2 =
4
(D) ∞

2 x
sin x
34. Given that lim = 1, where x is
x→0 x
measured in radians, then the value of 36. An expression for obtaining the volume
sin 4 x generated by rotating the bounded,
lim is
x→0 x shaded region through 360o about the
x-axis is
(A) 4

∫ ( 4 − y ) dx
2
(A) π 2
(B) 4x 0

∫ ( 4 − x ) dx
2

(C)
sin 4x (B) π 2

x 0

∫ ( 4 + y ) dx
2
4sin x (C) π 2
(D)
x 0

∫ ( 4 + x ) dx
2
(D) π 2
0

35. x) (2 x + 1)3 , then f ′(2)


Given that f (=
1
equals 37. The first derivative of − is
x −1
2

(A) 25
x
(A) −
(B) 75 (
2 x −1 2
)
(C) 125 x
(B)
(D) 150
(
2 x −1 2
)
2x
(C)
(x )
2
2
−1

2x
(D) −
( x2 − 1)
2

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dy
38. If = cos x, then Item 41 refers to the diagram below.
dx

(A) =y sin x + k y
y = ln x

(B) =y cos x + k
1 2 x
(C) y=
− cos x + k

(D) y=
− sin x + k

Item 39 refers to the following diagram


41. The gradient of the normal to the curve
y y = ln x at x = 2 is

y=
1 (A) −2
x

1
(B) −
0.5 4 x 2
1
(C)
2

(D) 2


39. The area of the finite region shaded in 2
the diagram is 42. 2cos5 x dx is
0

(A) ln (4 − 0.5)
2
(B) ln (0.5 − 4) (A) −
5
2
(C) ln 0.5 − ln 4 (B)
5
(D) ln 4 − ln 0.5 (C) −10

(D) 10
40. The stationary point of the function
=
y ( x − 1) 2 is

(A) (0, 1)

(B) (−1, 0)

(C) (1, 0)

(D) (0, − 1)

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43. Given = 2 x, a sketch of y versus x 44. A curve is defined by the equation
dx
y= − 5(2 x − 1) 2 .
may be represented by
Given that x increases at a rate of 1 unit
per second when x = 1, what is the
I.
corresponding rate of change for y?
(A) −40
1 (B) −20
0 (C) 20
(D) 40
II.

Item 45 refers to the following diagram.


1

0
0 1

III.

45. From the diagram above, which of the


following statements are true?

IV. I. f ′(1) < 0

II. f (1) > k

III. f (2) = 0

IV. f ′(2) = k

(A) I and II only

(A) I and II only (B) I and III only


(C) II and III only
(B) III and IV only
(D) II and IV only
(C) I, II and IV only

(D) II, III, IV only

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d: L2 cos d + 5 sin 0. The MAXIMUM s(x):
lp*+2, *>z
distance, in metres, from the starting point
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the value of p should be
(A) s
(B) t2 (A) -i
(c) 13 (B) -1
(D) t7 (c) 4
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(D)
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An expression for obtaining the volume


generated by rotating the bounded, shaded
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equal 43. The displacement, s metres, of a m#e
&2 --r-'---
5 is
to .-'^-t--1t^--;:;;;;;;i-,;-"'-
moving along a board at time r minutesils
given by s(r) : 4f - 30P+72t+ 7 for r ) Xi.
(A) 6 - 20 sin 2x For what values of r is the displacemenr &f
:1, (B) 6 *10 cos 2x the marble increasing?
- |i
11
ii (C) 6 + 20 sin 2x ,ii

i. (D) 6 + 10 sin 2x (A) t <2


i.
J; (B) r>3 fi

(C) 2<t<3
1i
i: li
it
it "
40. J.
l7 sec2 x dx: (D) t <2 or t > 3
lit: ,.
ii
l,
i
fl (A) -l ,i

ii
I.
(B) -:I -44. Given liqllnl-1,
r:,
!
I
2
that x+0
wher" , ji.
!,

1 measured in raaians]trr* }S$f r, ji

2r'l
(D) I \rr/ -- -2
srn ,l

sin3x
(B) 2.
';
jl

41. Ify: tan 6x then


--- 4 is li
dx'- 2
(A) 6 tarf 6x (c) ;
li
1i
(B) sec2 6x ii

(C) 6 secz 6x 1 i:

(D) sec 6x tan 6x (D) 2 ii

ii
li

42. f% e
--" r* r{x
Z"or5"r is
tn 45. Water is leaking from a
tank. The ."r" df
Jo changeinvolumeofwattrinthetankwidh
respect to time, /, is inversely proportiondl
.) to the volume, If of water in the tank. nf

',L ,nen the equation thatmodels this situati#


(B) is i;
5i.
(C)-10 (A) -bi
r = -?
'lt
;

(D) ro
,i
;i

G) +:+
dtV
.ii
ji

(c) !L:
dt -*JV
iili

.,

(D) v: -kt ,

.ji

ii
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FORM TP 201323 MAY/JUNE 2013
CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION®
PURE MATHEMATICS

ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS

Unit 1- Paper 01
1 hour 30 minutes

( 12 JUNE 2013 (p.m.))

READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.


1. This test consists of 45 items. You will have 1 hour and 30 minutes to answer them.
2. In addition to this test booklet, you should have an answer sheet.

3. Do not be concerned that the answer sheet provides spaces for more answers than there are
items in this test.

4. Each item in this test has four suggested answers lettered (A), (B), (C), (D). Read each item
you are about to answer and decide which choice is best.

5. On your answer sheet, find the number which corresponds to your item and shade the space
having the same letter as the answer you have chosen. Look at the sample item below.

Sample Item
The expression (1 + .J3 ) is equivalent to
2
Sample Answer

(A) 4
(B) 10
(C) 1+3.J3
(D) 4 + 2.J3

The best answer to this item is "4 + 2 .J3 ",so answer space (D) has been shaded.
6. If you want to change your answer, be sure to erase it completely before you fill in your new
choice.
7. When you are told to begin, turn the page and work as quickly and as carefully as you can.
If you cannot answer an item, omit it and go on to the next one. You can return later to the
item omitted. Your score will be the total number of correct answers.
8. You may do any rough work in this booklet.
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1. .J8 + ..J32- .Jl62 can be simplified as 4. . I. .


Rat10na Ismg ~
J2 -I gives
v2 +I
(A) -2J2
(A) I-2J2
(B)
(B) 3-2J2
(C) (C) I+Ji
(D) I+2J2
(D)

5. If a remainder of 7 is obtained when


2. If p and q are positive integers such that x3 - 3x + k is divided by x- 3, then k equals
p < q, then which of the following statements
is/are correct? (A) -II
(B) -IO
I. -p>-q (C) IO
II. pz > pq (D) II
III. p - I< q- I

(A) I only 6. Which of the following are factors of


(B) II only 4 x 4 +8x3 -2x 2 -6x-4?
(C) I and III only
(D) II and III only I. X+ I
II. X- I

III. X+ 2
3. Two roots of the cubic equation IV. X- 2

2x3 + 3x2 - 5x- 6 are -I and -2. The


THIRD root is (A) I and II only
(B) II and III only
-3 (C) I and III only
(A) (D) I and IV only
2

I 7.
(B)
2
(A) (a- b)(ct- a 3 b + a 2 b 2 - ab 3 + b4 )
3 (B) (a- b)(a4 + a 3 b + a 2 b 2 + ab 3 + b 4)
(C) (C) (a+ b)(a4 - a 3 b + a 2 b2 - ab 3 + b4 )
2
(D) (a+ b)(a4 + a 3 b + a 2 b 2 + ab 3 + b4 )

(D) 3

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8. Which of the following mapping diagrams 9. If g(x) is the inverse of.f(x) then the cor-
does NOT represent a function? rect diagram is

y
(A)
(A)

(B)

X
(B)

t__
y r:
~
(C)
(C)

y r
L
(D)
(D)

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10. Which of the following is true if a., fi 13. The values of x that satisfy the inequality
and y are roots of the cubic equation l2x- al > I x I, a> 0, are
3x3- 4x2 -7x- 10 = 0?
(A) a
4 -7 x <-or x >a
(A) a+ fi + r =-, afi + fir + ra = - 3
3 3
-3 -7 (B) -a
(B) a+ fi+r=-, afi+ fir+ra = - x < - o r x >a
4 3 3

3 7 a
(C) a + fi + r =- ' afi + fir + ra = - (C)
4 3 x > - a andx <-
3
4 7
(D) a + f3 + r = -' af3 + f3r + ra =-
3 3 a
(D) x <a andx > -
3
11. The annual growth, g(x), (in thousands)
of the population over x years is repre- 14. The statement p v - p is a
sented by g(x) = 2x. Over how many
years will an annual growth of 32 thou- (A) converse
sand be achieved? (B) tautology
(C) contradiction
(A) 5 (D) contra positive
(B) 16
(C) log2 16
(D) log 2 30 15. The statement -(p v (- p 1\ q)) is logically
equivalent to

1 4 (A) pA-q
12. logl5 - log6+- log-= (B)
2 25 p :::::> -q
(C) -pA-q
(D) -p:::::>-q
I 36
(A) -log-
2 25

25
(B) log-
4

(C) 0

(D) 1

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16. A vector equation ts gtven as 20. If~ is an acute angle and cos ~ = 2._ , then
s[ -~)+ tG) =[ -n.
13
sec~=
The values of sand

tare, respectively 5
(A)
13
(A) -2 and -1 12
(B)
(B) -2 and 1 13
(C) 2 and 1
(C) 13
(D) 2 and -1 -
12
13
(D)
17. sin (30°- A) is equal to 5 ,

(A) -1 cosA - -sm A J3 .


2 2 21. The point (2, 3) is at one end of a diameter
of the circle whose equation is

(B) -1 cosA + -sm A J3 . x2 + y- 1Ox + 2y + 1 = 0.


2 2
The coordinates of the other end of the
diameter are
(C) -J3 1 . A
cosA + -sm
2 2
(A) (-12, -5)
(B) (-12, -1 )
(D) -J3 1 sm
cosA - - . A (C) (8, -5)
2 2 (D) (8, -1)

18. 2 sin e cos ~ is equivalent to 22. The value of sin[;+ p) is

(A) sin (8 + ~) + sin (8- ~) (A) - sinp


(B) sin(8+~)-sin(8-~) (B) - cosp
(C) cos(8+~)+cos(8-~) (C) sinp
(D) cos(8+~)-cos(8-~) (D) cosp

19. The equation of the circle whose centre


has coordinates (4, I) and whose radius is
7 units is

(A) x2 + y + 8x + y- 49 = 0
(B) x 2 + y- 8x- 2y- 32 = 0
(C) x 2 + y - 8x- y + 49 = 0
(D) x 2 + y + 8x + 2y + 66 = 0

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23. What value of e, 0 :S e :S n, satisfies the 27. Ifp = 2i+ j andq = /.. i+6j are perpendicular
equation 2 cos 2 e + 3 cos e - 2 = 0? vectors, then the value of/.. is

7( (A) -3 •
(A)
6 (B) -1
7( (C) 0
(B) (D) 2
4
7(
(c) JC.
3 28. The general solution for sin 29 = sm-ts
7(
6
(D)
2 2nJC +-
'{. ff6
(A)
B=
5JC
(2n+1)-
24. With respect to an ongm 0, A has 16
coordinates (3, -2). The position vector
of3 OA is
(B) B= {M+~12
(A) (3 , -6) 5JC
nJC+ -
12
(B) (9, - 2)
nJC +-
(C)
(-~J (C) B= { 12
ff
5JC
(2n7r) -
12
(D) (_:)
nJC+ -
(D) B= { 6
ff
5JC
25. The expression sin 6A + sin 4A may be (n+1)
written as
6
29. The cosine of the angle between the vectors
(A) sin lOA -6 j and i + j is
(B) -2 cos 2A
(C) 2 cos SA sin A -1
(D) 2 sin 5AcosA (A)
J2
26. 1 + cos 4A - sin 4A = 1
(B)
J2
(A) 1 +cos 4A
(B) 2cos2 A
-5
(C) cos2A (C)
(D) 2 cos 2 A sin 2 A J2
6
(D)
J2

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Item 30 refers to the diagram below. 33. ~(x 3 sin x) may be expressed as
dx
y
l=x (A) x2 (cos x + 3 sin x)
(B) x2 (x cos x- 3 sin x)
(C) x2 (3 cos x + sin x)
(D) x2 (x cos x + 3 sin x)

34. The function g is defined as

3x + 5 for x < 3
g(x)= { px+2 for x~3
For the function to be continuous at x = 3,
the value of 'p' should be

(A) -3
(B) -1
30. In the diagram above showing y = x, y is (C) 4
NOT defined for (D) 12

(A) X =0
(B) X~ 0 35. If y = x - 6 then dy is
(C) x> 0 3-4x dx
(D) X< 0
-21
(A)
lim
2
X -9. (3 -4x) 2
31. --IS
x~3 x- 3 21
(B)
(A) (3 -4x) 2
(B) 0 27-8x
(C) 6 (C)
(3-4xf
(D) 00
-27 -8x
(D)
(3 -4x) 2

32. Given that lim sin x = 1 , where x is meas-


x-+O
X • 3
. . Jim Sin X • 2
ured In radians, then x---+0 ~ IS 36. If y = -J2x + 1 then d Y is
dx 3
1
(A)
(A)
. 3
sm - (2x+ 1)( -J2x+ 1)
2
sin3x
r (B)
2x (B)
-1
2 (2x + 1)(-J2x + 1)
(C)
3
3 (C)
(D)
2

(D)
(2x + 1)

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37. If y =tan 6x then dy is


dx
41. Given that J: 4f(x)dx =9 , the value of
J: 3f(x)d;c
2
(A) 6 tan 6x
(B) sec 2 6x is
(C) 6 sec 2 6x
(D) sec 6x tan 6x (A)
4

38. If dy =cos x then 3


dx (B)
4
(A) y = sin x + k
(B) y =cos X+ k
(C) y = - COS X + k 9,
(C)
(D) y =-sin x + k 4

27
39. If f"(x) = 6x, then given that (D)
4
f'(O) = 0, and cis a constant,j(x) =

(A) 3x2 + x + c
(B) x3 + x + c 42. The gradient of the normal to the curve
(C) 3x2 + c y= 3x 2 - 2x + 1 at x = 1 is
(D) x3 + c

(A) 1
40. The path ofan object is given parametrically 4
as x = sin t + 2, y = cos t + I . The slope of
(B)
the tangent at t =-1t is 2
4 (C) . -I
(A) -I
(B) 0 (D) 4
(C)
(D) undefined

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43. Water is leaking from a tank. The rate of 44. Given dy = 2x, then possible sketches of
change in volume of the water in the tank dx
with respect to time, t, is inversely propor- the graph of y are

tional to the volume, V, of water in the tank. I. y
If k is a positive constant of proportionality,
then the equation that models this situation
lS

-k
(A) V =-
.Ji
dV -k
(B) ---
dt v
(C) dV =-k.JV
dt II. y

(D) V =-kt

III. y

IV. y

-----+--~--+---~~X
-1 0 1

(A) I and II only


(B) III and IV only
(C) I, III and IV only
(D) II, III and IV only

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45. The radius of a circle is increasing at a


rate of O.lcm s- 1_ At the instant when
the radius is 3 em, the rate of increase
of the area in cm2 s- 1 is

2
(A) -Jr
5
3
(B) -Jr
5
(C) 2n

(D) 47t

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CAPE 2014 Pure Mathematics U1 P1
CAPE MATHEMATICS UNIT 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE 2015 1HR 30 MINS
C+n-
t 2Q''. .)

t'[ttr1 t
{:-Jr- may be expressed as
I .le * Jn - Jl62 can be simPlified as 3.
x +,ty
^t

(A) -t,ll x+y


(A)
(B) -z.li x-y
x-y
(c) -qJl (B)
x+y
(D) -s..li (c) x+ y -zJxy
x-y
2. If g(x) is the inverse function offlx) then (D)
x - y +2Jxy
the correct diagram is x+y
(A) lb't g(x)
4. If a remainder of 7 is obtained rvhen
f -3x + & is divided by x - 3, then ,t equals
(A) -lt
(B) -l
(c) I
(D) ll
(B) r€)
s. (-p)n(-q)=
(A) -p^-q
(B) -pv-q
flxl (c) -(pv-q)
(D) -(pnq)
(c)
flxl 6. Given that x andy are negative integers,
and that x > y, which of the following is
true?

c(r) (A) t>)i


(B) x'<y
(c) x>f
(D) (D) f <)P
e(r)

7 The range of values of x that satisfr the


inequalitylx-bl<ais
(A) -a+b<x<a*b
flx) (B) -a- b<x<a-b
(C) a- b<x<a*b
(D) a+ b<x<a-b

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8. Which of the following mapping diagrams l0 The value 6g logr. 36 is
does NOT represent a function'/
I
(A)
2
(B) 2
(c) 4
(A)
x (D) 8

ll. Which ofthe following sets of ordered pairs


represent functions?

I. {(-1, l), (0,2), (1, 3), (4,6)}


(B) II. {(-2, 4), (1, l), (1, 4), (2,4)\
III. {(-t, l), (0,0), (1, l), (-3,9)}
x IV. {(-2, 5), (-1, 5), (0, 5), (l, 5)}

(A) I and II only


(B) II and III only
(C) I, II and III only
(D) I, III and IV only

(c)
12. logl5-log6
l- 4
+-lo9*=
x

(A) 0
(B)

(c) l. 36
-loq-
2 "25
(D)
(D) .25
loB
* +

13. Which of the following are factors of


4t + txs -?t-
6x - 4?
I If log,4 + log,x - log"7 = 2, then the value
ofx is I. .x+ I
II. x-l
(A) 7 II I. x+2
20 N. x-2
(B)
7, (A) I and II only
-a-
4 (B) II and III only
42 (c) I and III only
(c) -a (D) I and IV only
7
',
(D) 2'
4
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14. The general cubic equation with roots ot, p and f may be written as

(A) ,i-(cr +F+y)ri-(aF +aT + Fy)x-d9f=0


(B) t'-(cl +B+flf +(crB +af + |Dx-sFT=O
(C) ri-(a + S+flf -(ctp +af+ 9f)x+ aFT=O
(D) ri-(o +g+nt'+(oP +af + |Dx+aFT=O

15. The tables below show the values for two 18. The line through the points P(k,2) and
functions, f and g. 0(6, 8) is parallel to the line with equation
3x+ y-21= 0. The value of & is
x 0 I 2 3 4 5
(A) I
f(r) 7 5 3 2 -7 -5 (B) 4
(c) E
x 0 I 2 3 4 5 (D) 24

g(x) 3
I
4
I
2 5
I
3 2
r9 The expression sin 60 + slp 40 may be
expressed as
The value of g -' [(3)] is
(A) sin 100
I
(A) (B) -2cos20
2 (c) 2 sin 50 cos 0
(B) 2 (D) 2 cos 50 sin 0
(c) 5
(D) 7
20. A curve is defined by the parametric equa-
tionsx= 3 +2t and-y:2 + r. The Cartesian
16. A vector equation is given as equation of the curve is

(A) x+j/= I
'(T).'(l) =(-i) rhe varues ors and (B) x * 4y:7
, are, respectively, (C) x+2y: I
(D) x -2y: -1
(A) -2 and -l
(B) l and I
(C) 2 and I 2t What value of 0, 0 < 0 < r, satisfies the
(D) 2 and-l equation 2 cos2 0 + 3 cos 0 -2 : 0?

T
(A)
17. The value ofcos
1t
p ts
6
2 tr
(A) cosP (B)
4
(B) sinp
(c) -cosp (c)
T
(D) -sin p
;J
7t
(D)
2

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22. The expression cotx * tan x can be written 25. Which of the following sketches BEST
as represents the curve

(A) 2 cosec 2x
),: cos
|, ro
=
x s2n)2
(B) 2 cotTs
sin r+cosy (A)
(c)
sinxcosx

slnr-cosr
(D)
stnxcos.r ,r .x

23. The minimum and maximum values of


I
I
are' rresPectively'
2 - ai"6)
(A) -3and-l (B)
(B) -2 and2
(c) I andl
3
(D) land3 ,t x

24. With respect to an origin O, A has


coordinates (3,
-Z). The position vector
of 3d is
(c)
(A) (3, -6) I
(B) (9,--2)
ts 2n T
(c)
t:)
(D)
tj)
(D)
1

lt 2n x

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26 The variable point P(x,y) moves so that it is the same distance from the points (1,6) and
(3,2). The equation of the locus of P may be obtained from

(A) v-6 _ v-Z


x-l x-3

(B)
x-l x-3
v-6 v-2
-=-
(c) -l)2 +(y-6)2 = -3)z +(y-2)2

(D) (x- l) +0,- 6):(x- 3) + (y-2)

: 7t.
27. The general solution for sin 20 sin
-ls 29 Thecosine ofthe angle between the vectors
6
-6jandi+jis
znr+L -l
(A) o=. 6 (A)
Jz
(2n +D
*L I
(B)
nt+- 1t Jz
t2
(B) ,={ (c) -5
nn+-5r
t2
Jz
6
7T (D)
nt+- Jz
(c) ,={ l2
5n
(2nr)
t2
30. lf p:2i+ j andq:l,i+6j areperpendicular
E vectors, then the value of l, is
nfi+-
6
(D) ,={ (A)
(n+DZ -3
6 (B) -l
(c) 0
(D) 2

28. A circle has centre (-1, -l ). The equation


of the tangent to the circle at the point
(0, -3) on the circle is

(A) y=--x-J l^
'2
(B) l.
v=-x-5
'2
(c) Y =-2x-3
(D) | =2x-3
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Item 31 refers to the following diagram. 33. The function g is defined as
v 3p+2,x<3
g(r) =
3*-1, x)3
For the function to be continuous at x:3,
Y =f(x) the value ofp should be
t; (A) 4
( k (B) I
(c) 2
(D) 6
1234
3l From the diagram above, which of the 34. A curve is given parametrically by the
following statements are true? equationsx:f -2t, y:F+2t- The
simplest expression n, ! is given by
I. f'(t) <0 cbe

II. f(l) > t (A)


,-l
III. f 121: g
t+l
IV. f'(2): k r+l
(B)
t-l
(A) I and II only
2t-l
(B) I and III only (c)
(C) II and III only 2t+l
(D) II and IV only 2t+l
(D)
2t-l
Item 32 refers to the following diagram. J5. Which of the following real functions has a
point of discontinuity?
v
f:* A
(A) f(x):c+rr
(B) .f (x)=?+T
x
0
(c) -f(x):3-f
(D) .f(x)=.ffi,
36. A rod is heated and its length at time
/ seconds is given by L = 5t2 + 169
32 In the diagram above showing yF: x, y is
centimetres. When t = 3, the rate of
NOT defined for increase ofZ, in cm s-r, is

(A) x:0 (A) l5


(B) x>0 (B) 30
(c) x>0 (c) 45
(D) x<0 (D) 60

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37.
x' 9 40
7t
x dx:
ls x-3
rs
IJ
sec2

(A) -@
(B) 0
(A) I

(c) 6 (B) 1
(D) @ 2

(c) l
2
Item 38 refers to the following diagram
(D) -l
which shows the finite region R bounded
by the liney: x and the curvey: rf .

41. Given that the value of


[t +t1*'yar= P,
v ?* E 3f(x)dr
is
1

R (A) 1
4

3
x (B)
4

(c) 2
-1 4

38. The area of R is (D)


27
4
I
(A)
6 Item 42 refers to the following diagram.

(B) I
3 v
I
(c) f(x) r(x)
2
5
(D)
6

39 The gradient at x=I6 on the curve a x


y:sinxis
42 Based on the diagram above, which of the
(A) -Jt following statements is NOT correct?
2

-l (A) (a) is undefined


(B)
T
I
(B)
lg r(rl =f@).
(c)
2 lim f(x)
(c) x-o does not exisr.

(D) .6
(D) f(x) is discontinuous at g
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Item 43 refers to the following diagram. 44. If.f '(.r) = 6x , then given that f
,(0) 0 and
= ,
c is a constant, f (x) :

v, (A) 3rf +r+ c

y:x2
(B) :i+x+c
3 (c) 3r3+c
(D) .t'+c

0
45 be expressed as
*rOsin.r)may
43 The finite region,R is enclosed by the curve
y :
: f,the y-axis and the liney 3 as shown (A) rf (cos x + 3 sin x)
in the diagram above. This region is rotated
(B) .f (x cos x * 3 sin:r)
completely about the y-axis to form a solid
(C) f (3 cos r + sin x)
of revolution. The volume of this solid is
(D) rf (.r cos x + 3 sin x)
given by

(A) o['*od,

(B) o['rod*

(c) o[.f ar
(D) ,!ir 4

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