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# 954/2 (2014) SMK BANDARAYA II KOTA KINABALU

2014-2-SABAH-SMKBandaraya2KK_MATHS QA 954/2
SECTION A [45 marks]
Answer all the questions in this section
1. The function is defined by () = {
(3 )
2
, 3
1 +

, > 3

Given that () is continuous at x = 3 , find the value of a . [4 marks]

Sketch the graph of = () [3 marks]

2. (i) Evaluate cot

6
[4 marks]
(ii) Using an appropriate substitution, evaluate
1
ln

[4 marks]

3. By using the substitution = 2 , find the general solution to the differential equation

=
21
42+2
. [7 marks]

4. Using Maclaurins Theorem
() = (0) +

(0) +
1
2!

(0) +
1
3!

(0) +
Show that the power series of

## cos up to the term in

4
are :-
(i)

= 1 + +
1
2

2
+
1
6

3
+
1
24

4
+ [3 marks]
(ii) cos = 1
1
2

2
+
1
24

4
[4 marks]

5. Show that

(lntan) =
2
sin 2
. [2 marks]
Hence , find the solution of differential equation
sin 2

= 2(1 ).
For which =
1
3
when =
1
4
. Express y explicitly in terms of x in your answer. [8 marks]

6. Given that =

, show that (1 )

= (1 +
2
). [6 marks]

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SECTION B [15 marks]
Answer any one question in this section

7. Sketch on the same coordinate axes, the graphs of =
1
2

## 4 2 = 0 has a root in the interval [1 , 0] [5 marks]

Use the Newton-Raphson method to find the root, correct to three decimal places. [6 marks]
The other root of the equation lies in the interval [n ,n + 1], where n is an integer.
State the value of n. [4 marks]

8. Sketch on the same axes the curve =
4

,
2
= 4( 1)
Find the coordinates of the points of intersection of the two curves. [6 marks]
Show that the area of the region bounded by =
4

,
2
= 4( 1) and y = 4 is
(
20
3
4 ln2) . [4 marks]
Calculate the valume of the solid of revolution when this region is rotated through 360

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TERM 2 MATHEMATICS T STPM TRAIL EXAM MARKING SCHEME
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Question WORKING SOLUTION MARKS
Q1
() = {
(3 )
2
, 3
1 +

, > 3

lim
3

(3 )
2
B1

lim
3
+
1 +

B1

lim
3

(3 )
2
= lim
3
+
1 +

M1

(3 3)
2
= 1 +

3
; = 3
A1

D1
= (3 )
2

D1
= 1
3

D1
(All correct: intersection,
asymptote)

7 marks
Q2 (i)
cot =
cos
sin

6

M1
(Integrable)

= [lnsin]

3

A1

= [lnsin

3
ln

6
]
M1

= ln(
3
2
) ln
1
2
= ln 3
A1
4 marks
Q2 (ii)

1
ln

let u = ln x ; dx = x du
when x =
3
= 3; when x = e then u = 1
M1
(Any substitute form)

=
1

3
1
(
1

)

=
1

3
1

M1
(New variable,
ignore limits)
= [ln ]
1
3
A1
= ln 3 A1
4 marks
Q3

=
(2)1
2(2)+2
; = 2
=
1
2+2

B1
(Substitute 2x-y)
12
10
8
6
4
2
-5 5 10 15 20
y=(3-x) 2
y=1--
3
x
y = 1
= (3 )
2

= 1
3

9
y = 1
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= 2

= 2

= 2

M1

=
1
2+2

2

=
1
2+2

= 2
1
2+2

=
3+5
2(+1)

M1 A1
(Change variable)

(+1)
3+5
=
1
2

1
3

2
3(3+5)
=
1
2

M1
(Integrable form)

1
3
[
2
3
ln|3 + 5|] =
1
2
+
A1
6 4|3 +5| = 9 +18
4|3 + 5| = 6 9 18 ; = 2

|6 3 +5| =
3
4
[ 2]
9
2

6 3 +5 =
3
4
(2)
9
2

6 3 +5 =
3
4
(2)
; where =

9
2

A1
7 marks
Q4 (i) Let () =

() =

() =

() =

B1
Then

(0) =

(0) =

(0) =
0
= 1

= 1 +(1) +
1
2!

2
(1) +
1
3!

3
(1) +
1
4!

4
(1)

M1

= 1 + +
1
2

2
+
1
6

3
+
1
24

4
+
A1
3 marks
Q4(ii) Let () = cos

() = sin ;

() = cos ;

() = ;

() = cos

B1
(0) = cos 0 = 1 ;

(0) = sin0 = 0 ;

(0) = cos 0 = 1 ;

(0) = sin0 = 0 ;

(0) = 1

B1

cos = (0) +

(0) +
1
2!

(0) +
1
3!

(0) +
1
4!

(0)
Then cos = 1
1
2!

2
+
1
4!

4

M1

cos = 1
1
2

2
+
1
24

4

A1
4 marks
Q5

(lntan) =

tan

B1

=
1
tan

2

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=

sin

=
2
2 sin cos

=
2
sin 2

M1

A1

sin2

= 2(1 )

1
(1 )
=
2
sin2

B1
(Separate variable)

+
1
1
= ln tan +
M1: LHS (Partial fraction)
A1: RHS (From 1
st
part)
ln ln|1 | = ln A( tan x)

M1
(LHS)

1
=
M1
(Remove log)

When =
1
3
, =

4
1
3
1
1
3
=

4

=
1
2

A1

1
=
1
2
tan
2 = tan tan
=
tan
2+

A1
10 marks
Q6
=

=
(1)1(1)
(1)
2

M1 A1

=
1
(1)
2

A1
multiplying (1 )
2
on both sides
(1 )
2

+ (1 )
2

(1)
=
M1
(Multiply correct
expression)

(1 )
2

(1)

+ (1 ) =
M1
(Eliminate

)

(1 )

= (1 +
2
)
A1
6 marks

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Q 7

D1
( =
1
2

)

D1
( = 2 + 1)

D1
(All correct)

Let () =
1
2

2 1
B1

(0) =
1
2

0
2(0) 1 =
1
2
< 0
(1) =
1
2

1
2(1) 1 = 1.1839 > 0
M1
(evaluate +/-, any
dummy)
Since f (0) < 0 and f(-1) > 0 has opposite sign hence show that ther is a root
in the interval [-1 , 0]
A1

() =
1
2

2 1 ;

() =
1
2

2
B1

Since f(0) =
1
2
and (1) = 1.1839 , the solution is closer to 0 then -1.
Let
0
= 0.3

1
= (0.3)
(0.3)

(0.3)

= 0.3
(0.02959)
1.62959
= 0.31816

M1
(Substitute x0 )
A1
(At least 4 d.p.)

2
= (0.31816)
(0.31816)

(0.31816)

= 0.31816
(0.0000631906)
1.636257

= 0.31812

3
= (0.31812)
(0.0000022594)

(0.3)

= 0.31812
(0.0000022594)
1.636242

= 0.31812

0.318 (3. . )
The root is 0.318

M1A1
(Stopping criteria)

A1

(1) =
1
2

1
2(1) 1 = 1.64086
(2) =
1
2

2
2(2) 1 = 1.305472
(3) =
1
2

3
2(3) 1 = 3.04277

Since f(2) and f(3) has a different sign then the other root is in the interval
[ 2 , 3 ], Hence n = 2

M1
(evaluate +/-, any
dummy)

M1 A1
15 marks
10
8
6
4
2
-2 -1 1 2 3 4 5 6
y =
1
2
e x
y = 2x+1
D
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D1
(
2
= 4( 1))

D1
( =
4

)

D1
(All correct)
The intersection of the point

2
= 4( 1) equa (1)
=
4

equa (2)

16

2
= 4( 1)

M1
(Solve with correct
method)

3

2
4 = 0
( 1)(
2
+ +2) = 0
= 2 , =
4
2
= 2
The point of intersection is (2 , 2)

M1
A1

Area = (

2
4
+1) (
4

)
4
2

M1

= [

3
12
+ 4ln ]
2
4

A1

= (
64
12
+4 44) (
8
12
+2 22)
M1

=
20
3
4 2
A1

Volume = (

2
4
+1)
2
(
4

)
2

4
2

M1 A1

= (

4
16
+

2
2
+1
16

2
)
4
2

A1

= [

5
80
+

3
6
+ +
16

]
2
4

M1

= [(
64
5
+
64
6
+4 +4) (
2
5
+
8
6
+2 +8)]
=
296
15

3

A1
15 marks

5
4
3
2
1
2 4 6 8 10
y =
4
x y
2
=4(x-1)
y = 4