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General Certificate of Secondary Education June 2009

MATHEMATICS (MODULAR) (SPECIFICATION B) 43055/1H

Module 5 Higher Tier Paper 1 Non-calculator

H

Monday 18 May 2009

1.30 pm to 2.45 pm

For this paper you must have:

For this paper you must have:

mathematical instruments.

You must not use a calculator.

You must not use a calculator.

For this paper you must have: ● mathematical instruments. You must not use a calculator.
For this paper you must have: ● mathematical instruments. You must not use a calculator.
For this paper you must have: ● mathematical instruments. You must not use a calculator.

Time allowed: 1 hour 15 minutes

Instructions

Use black ink or black ball-point pen. Draw diagrams in pencil.

Fill in the boxes at the top of this page.

Answer all questions.

You must answer the questions in the spaces provided. Answers written in margins or on blank pages will not be marked.

Do all rough work in this book.

Information

The maximum mark for this paper is 70.

The marks for questions are shown in brackets.

You may ask for more answer paper, graph paper and tracing paper. This must be tagged securely to this answer book.

Advice

In all calculations, show clearly how you work out your answer.

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Examiner’s Initials

 

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Formulae Sheet: Higher Tier

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Area of trapezium = – (a + b)h

2

Volume of prism = area of cross-section × length

Volume of sphere =

4

3

π r 3

Surface area of sphere = 4 π r 2

Volume of cone =

1

3

π r 2 h

Curved surface area of cone = π rl

In any triangle ABC

1

Area of triangle = – ab sin C

2

Sine rule

a

b

c

sin —— A

= sin —— B

= sin —— C

Cosine rule a 2 = b 2 + c 2 – 2bc cos A

a h b cross- section length
a
h
b
cross-
section
length
r
r
l h r C b a A B c
l
h
r
C
b
a
A
B
c

The Quadratic Equation The solutions of ax 2 + bx + c = 0, where a 0, are given by

b ±

(b 2 – 4ac)

x = ————————

2a

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Answer all questions in the spaces provided.

1 Solve the equation

(a)

7x – 3 = 60

Answer x =

(2 marks)

1 y is an odd integer.

(b)

For each statement tick the correct box.

True False
True
False

7w > 63

7y – 3 is never odd

7y – 3 is never prime

7y – 3 is never a multiple of 7

(3 marks)

1 Write down one integer which satisfies the inequality

(c)

Answer

(1 mark)

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The graph shows a car journey from London to Brighton and back.

 
 
 
 

70

  70  
 

60

50

 

Distance from

40

London (miles)

30

 

20

10

0

0
 

0

1

2345

6789

10

 

Time (hours)

2

(a)

What is the average speed of the car on the journey to Brighton? State the units of your answer.

 
 

Answer

 

(3 marks)

2

(b)

Is the average speed on the return journey faster or slower? Explain your answer.

 

(1 mark)

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5 3 A shopkeeper uses these formulae to calculate the total cost when customers pay by

3 A shopkeeper uses these formulae to calculate the total cost when customers pay by monthly instalments.

d = 0.2C

C = d + 24m

C is the total cost in pounds.

d is the deposit in pounds.

m is the monthly instalment in pounds.

The total cost of a sofa is £600.

Work out the value of m.

Answer

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(3 marks)

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Airport runways have a two-digit number painted on them. These numbers are used to work out the direction of the runway.

 

To work out the three-figure bearing, multiply the runway number by 10.

Here is a diagram of a runway on a three-figure bearing of 280° and a runway on a three-figure bearing of 040°.

N
N
N

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(a)

(i)

Write down the three-figure bearing for a runway pointing due South.

 
 

Answer

°

(1 mark)

4

(a)

(ii)

Write down the runway number for a runway pointing due South.

 

Answer

(1 mark)

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(a)

(iii)

A runway has a three-figure bearing of 060°.

 

Write down the runway number.

Answer

(1 mark)

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4 (b)

A runway is being painted.

N

4 (b) A runway is being painted. N By measuring the three-figure bearing, work out the

By measuring the three-figure bearing, work out the runway number.

Answer

(2 marks)

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5 Triangles A, B and C are shown on the grid. y 4 3 A
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Triangles A, B and C are shown on the grid.
y
4
3
A
2
1
x
–4
–2
–1
O 1
2
3
4
–1
–2
C
B
–3
–4
5
(a)
Describe fully the single transformation that maps triangle A onto triangle B.
(3 marks)
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(b)
Write down the vector which describes the translation of triangle A onto triangle C.
Answer
(
)
(1 mark)
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9 6 (a) In the diagram, AB is parallel to CD. A 123° C x B

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(a)

In the diagram, AB is parallel to CD. A 123° C x
In the diagram, AB is parallel to CD.
A
123°
C
x

B

D

Write down the value of x. Give a reason for your answer.

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(b)

Reason

Answer

In the diagram, PQ is parallel to RS.

P R y 68° Q S
P
R
y
68°
Q
S

Work out the value of y.

Answer

Not drawn accurately

degrees

(2 marks)

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degrees

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(a)

Expand and simplify

2x 2 (x + 6) + 3x(x 5)

 

Answer

(3 marks)

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(b)

Factorise fully

3mh 2 15m 2 h

 

Answer

(2 marks)

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(c)

Factorise

x 2 16y 2

 

Answer

(2 marks)

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(a)

The diagram shows a regular pentagon. One side has been extended.

 
Not drawn accurately

Not drawn accurately

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(a)

(i)

Which one of these statements is true?

A The exterior angle of a regular pentagon is equal to 360° ÷ 5 = 72°

B The interior angle of a regular pentagon is equal to 360° ÷ 5 = 72°

C The exterior angle of a regular pentagon is equal to 360° – 72° = 288°

D The interior angle of a regular pentagon is equal to 360° – 72° = 288°

Answer

(1 mark)

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1 1 8 8 (a) (b) (ii) The diagram shows two identical regular pentagons touching inside

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(a)

(b)

(ii)

The diagram shows two identical regular pentagons touching inside a rectangle.

t
t

Work out the value of t.

Not drawn accurately

Answer

The diagram shows a pentagonal prism. The area of the cross-section is 90 cm 2 . The volume of the prism is 720 cm 3 .

is 90 cm 2 . The volume of the prism is 720 cm 3 . Work

Work out the length of the prism.

Answer

degrees

cm

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The diagrams show a trapezium and a parallelogram.

 
y y 3x y – 50 2x 2x y –50 3x
y
y
3x
y – 50
2x
2x
y –50
3x

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(a)

Use the trapezium to explain why

2x + y = 180

 

(1 mark)

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(b)

The parallelogram can be used to form another equation connecting x and y.

 

Tick a box to show the correct equation.

 
3x + y = 130 3x = y – 50
3x + y = 130
3x = y – 50

3x + y = 230

3x + y = 410

 

(1 mark)

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(c)

Hence, or otherwise, work out the values of x and y.

 

Answer x =

, y =

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a, b and h represent lengths.

 

Here are some units.

 
 

cm 2

gram/cm 3

kg

cm

cm 3

cm/second

 

For each expression, write down the suitable unit from the list.

 

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(a)

2 1 (a + b)h

 

Answer

(1 mark)

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(b)

a + b

 

Answer

(1 mark)

10

(c)

abh

 

Answer

(1 mark)

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(a)

A straight line has gradient 2 and passes through the point (0, 8)

 
 

Write down the equation of the line.

 
 

Answer

(1 mark)

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(b)

A different line has equation y = 3x + 6

 
 

Write down the coordinates of any two points on the line.

 
 

Answer (

,

)

and (

,

)

(2 marks)

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(c)

Write down the gradient of a line that is perpendicular to the line y = 4x

 

Answer

(1 mark)

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(d)

Write down the equation of a line that is perpendicular to the line y = 4x

 

Answer

(1 mark)

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12 In the diagram, AB is a diameter of the circle.

B x D 36° 23° A Work out the value of x.
B
x
D 36°
23°
A
Work out the value of x.

Answer

C

Not drawn accurately

degrees

(3 marks)

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1 5 13 (a) Show that 13 (b) Solve 11 28 9 +   simplifies to

13

(a)

Show that

13

(b)

Solve

11

28

9 +

 

simplifies to

=

x + 2

x(x + 2)

9x 2 + 29x 28 = 0

Answer

9x 2 + 29x 28 = 0

(3 marks)

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1 6 14 14 14 OABC is a quadrilateral. D , E , F and G

14

14

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OABC is a quadrilateral. D, E, F and G are midpoints of OA, AB, BC and OC respectively.

→→

OA = 2a, OB = 2b and OC = 2c

O

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C F B c G c 2b E a D a
C
F
B
c
G
c
2b
E
a
D
a

A

Find the following vectors in terms of a, b and c.

 

For example

DG = c a

 

(a)

AB

 

Answer

(1 mark)

 

(b)

BC

 

Answer

(1 mark)

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(c)

Use your answers to parts (a) and (b) to show that EF = c a

 

(1 mark)

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(d)

Explain how you can tell that DEFG is a parallelogram.

 

(1 mark)

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1 8 15 A sector AOB of a circle is shown below. The length of its

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A sector AOB of a circle is shown below. The length of its arc AB is 10π cm.

A

Not drawn accurately O O B
Not drawn accurately
O
O
B

A, B

The sector is folded so that the straight edges meet and form a cone as shown.

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15

(a)

Calculate the radius of the base of the cone.

Answer

cm

(3 marks)

(b)

The volume of the cone is 80π cm 3 .

Work out the perpendicular height of the cone.

Answer

cm

(3 marks)

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