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Register No

Name

Bukit Merah Secondary School


Preliminary Examination 2013
Secondary Four Express/
Secondary Five Normal Academic
MATHEMATICS

4016/02

Paper 2
Additional Materials:

E/N

19 September 2013
Answer Paper (9 sheets)
Graph Paper (1 sheet)

2hours 30 minutes

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST


Write your Class, register number and name on all the work you hand in.
Write in dark blue or black pen.
You may use a pencil for any diagrams or graphs.
Do not use staples, paper clips, highlighters, glue or correction fluid.
Answer all questions.
If working is needed for any question it must be shown with the answer.
Omission of essential working will result in loss of marks.
You are expected to use a scientific calculator to evaluate explicit numerical expressions.
If the degree of accuracy is not specified in the question, and if the answer is not exact, give the
answer to three significant figures. Give answers in degrees to one decimal place.
For , use either your calculator value or 3.142, unless the question requires the answer in terms of .
At the end of the examination, fasten all your work securely together.
The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question.
The total number of marks for this paper is 100.
Start each question on a fresh page.

For Examiners Use

This document consists of 12 printed pages.

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Mathematical Formulae
Compound Interest
n

Total amount = P 1

100

Mensuration

Curved surface area of cone = rl


Surface area of a sphere = 4r 2
Volume of cone =

1 2
r h
3
4
r 3
3

Volume of sphere =
Area of triangle ABC =

1
ab sin C
2

Arc length = r , where is in radians


Sector area =

1 2
r , where is in radians
2

Trigonometry
a
b
c

sin A sin B sin C

a 2 b 2 c 2 2bc cos A

Statistics
Mean =

fx
f

Standard deviation =

fx
f

fx
f

Answer all the questions.

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1

(a) It is given that a

3 1
.
x b
1
2
and b = .
3
5

(i)

Evaluate a when x =

(ii)

Express x in terms of a and b.

[1]
[2]

(b) Express as a single fraction in its simplest form


3
3 x
2
.
x 1 x 1

[3]

(c) Solve the equation 5 2 x 3 x 14 .

[3]

(a) p is inversely proportional to the square root of q.


It is given that p = 5 when q = 9.

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(i)
(ii)

Find an equation connecting p and q.

[1]

What happens to p when q is increased by 300%?

[2]

(b) On Saturday, Mark went to the ZATAS Travel Fair and signed up for a holiday
package to Turkey marked at $1945. He made a 50% deposit and was scheduled to
make 6 monthly repayments at an interest rate of 4% per annum.
(i)

Calculate the total amount he has to pay.

[2]

On Sunday, Mark went back to the same Travel Fair and signed up for another
holiday package to Turkey for his brother. The marked price on Saturday was 5%
more than the marked price on Sunday.
(ii)

Calculate the marked price of the package to Turkey on Sunday.

[2]

During the holiday, Mark intends to hire a car for 3 days.


Below are the costs of hiring a car from two companies.
Company
Abis
Gertz

Cost per day


$110
$50

Cost per kilometre


Nil
35 cents

He finds that Abis Cars and Gertz Cars would make equal charges.
(iii)

Calculate the distance that Mark intends to travel.

[2]

(a) The diagram shows a circle ABCD, with centre O.


AP and DP are tangents to the circle.
Angle ABD = 65.

A
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O
C
D

(i)

Find angles ACD, reflex AOD and APD giving reasons for each answer.

(ii) Given that AP is parallel to CD, prove that triangle ACD is isosceles.

[4]
[2]

(b) The diagram shows a regular pentagon PQRST of side 5 cm each.


P

Find

(i) the size of one interior angle ,

[1]

(ii) the value of x,

[2]

(iii) the length of ZT given that QS is 8.1 cm.

[2]

The diagram shows the side view of a bottle with an open top.
It is made up of a hemisphere and a cylinder.
4 cm
4 cm
6 cm
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(a) Calculate the exterior area of the bottle to be painted, leaving your answer in terms
[2]
of .
(b) Given that 1 cm2 of the surface area of the bottle requires 1 cm3 of paint, find the
number of bottles that can be painted with 1.4 litres of paint.

[2]

(c) It takes 10 seconds to fill the bottle completely with water.


(i)

Calculate the volume of the bottle, leaving your answer in terms of .

(ii)

Copy the axes below and sketch the graph showing how the depth of water in
the bottle varies over time.
[2]

[2]

Depth of water (cm)

Time (sec)

(iii)

Find the time taken to fill a similar bottle which is thrice the size, giving
your answer in minutes and seconds.

[2]

In March 2013, Mr Ang changed 2200 Singapore Dollars (S$) into British Pounds ()
when the rate of exchange was S$ x = 1 .
(a) Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the number of Pounds he received.

[1]

(b) In June, Mr Ang again changed 2200 Singapore Dollars into British Pounds.
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The rate of exchange was then S$ (x 0.05) = 1 .
Write down an expression, in terms of x, for the number of Pounds he received this
[1]

time.
(c) Given that the difference in the amount he received was 30 Pounds, form an equation

[3]

in x to show that it reduces to 60 x 2 3 x 220 0 .


(d) (i) Solve the equation 60 x 2 3x 220 0 , giving the solutions correct to 4 decimal

[3]

places.
(ii) Hence, find the number of Pounds Mr Ang received in June.

In the diagram, PQR is a triangle. S is the point on QR such that QS


The side PR is produced to the point T such that PR
It is given that

PQ

a and

PR

[1]

2
QR .
3

3
PT .
5

b.

R
S
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b

(a) Express, as simply as possible, in terms of a and/or b,


(i) QR ,
(ii) QS ,
(iii) PS ,
(iv) PT .

[1]
[1]
[1]
[1]

(b) Show that

ST

[2]

1
a.
3

(c) It is given that X is a point on PQ such that PX

5
a.
9

Express, as simply as possible, in terms of a and b, the vector

XT

(d) (i) Show that XT k ST , where k is a constant.


(ii) Write down two facts about the points X, S and T.

[1]

[1]
[2]

area of triangle QXS

(e) Calculate area of triangle PXS .

[1]

In the diagram, A, B, and C are three points on level ground.


The bearing of B from A is 075, AB = 90 m, BAC 56 and ABC 50 .
N
B
90
A

50

56

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C
(a) Calculate
(i)

the bearing of A from B,

[1]

(ii)

AC,

[3]

(iii)

the area of triangle ABC,

[2]

(iv)

the shortest distance from B to AC.

[2]

(b) Danny is seated on an open-air upper deck of a bus that travels along AC.
At A, he looks out of the window and spots his friend, Ellen, seated on the grass at B,
at an angle of depression of 2.5.
(i)

Find the height of the bus.

(ii)

[2]

Calculate the greatest angle of elevation of Danny when Ellen sees him.

[2]

(a) The sides of a triangle are 10 cm, 14 cm and 19 cm.


[3]

Calculate the largest angle in the triangle.

(b) The waiting times, in minutes, of 20 passengers at a taxi stand, X, in the city during
peak period was measured and recorded below.
1
5
(i)

1
5

2
7

4
6

2
1

3
8

3
10

6
3

2
2

5
5

Copy and complete the frequency table below.


Time (min)
0 x2

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2 x4
4 x6
6 x 8
8 x 10

[1]

(ii)

Calculate the mean and the standard deviation.

[2]

(iii)

The waiting times, in minutes, of 10 passengers at another taxi stand, Y, were


measured and recorded.
The mean and standard deviation of the 10 passengers are given below.
Mean = 3.6 minutes

Standard deviation = 2.81 minutes

(a) Which taxi stand would you go to if you wanted to get a taxi? Justify your [1]
answer.
(b) Explain whether it was fair to compare the waiting times at the two taxi [1]
stands.

(a) During the recent haze condition, a charitable organisation recruited volunteers to
distribute masks to the public in three different areas. The total numbers of masks
that were given out in the various areas per day by each volunteer are shown in the
table below.

Outram
Hougang
Orchard
(i)

N95
Mask
30
50
60

EN-149
Mask
20
45
50

Express this information in a 2 3 matrix A.

[1]

The number of volunteers giving out the masks at Outram, Hougang and Orchard are
4

4, 3 and 5 respectively. It can be represented by the matrix B = 3 .
5

(ii)

Find AB. Explain the significance of the answer.

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The night before the final day of distribution, there was a water leakage in the storage
room and 30% of the N95 masks and 20% of the EN-149 masks were destroyed.
Let D be the matrix showing the total number of masks undestroyed masks.
(iii)

Form a matrix X such that D = XAB. Find D.


[2]

(b) A bag contains 12 identical discs. There are 5 black and 7 white discs.
A disc is picked out at random and not replaced.
A second disc is then picked out at random and not replaced.
(i)

Draw a tree diagram to show the possible outcomes and their probabilities. [2]

(ii)

Find the probability that


(a)
(b)

(iii)

both discs are black,

[1]

one disc will be black and the other white.

[1]

A third disc is picked out at random. Find the probability that at least one of
the three discs is white.

10

[2]

Answer the whole of this question on a sheet of graph paper.


The variables x and y are connected by the equation
y

x 2 12

6
6
x

Some values of x and the corresponding values of y, correct to one decimal place, are
given in the following table.
x
y

1
6.2

1.5
2.4

2
0.7

3
-0.5

4
-0.3

5
0.6

6
2

7
p

(a) Calculate the value of p.

[1]

(b) Using a scale of 2 cm to represent 1 unit on each axis, draw a horizontal x-axis for

[3]

0 x 8 and a vertical y-axis for 1 y 7 .

On your axes, plot the points given in the table and join them with a smooth curve.

(c) Use your graph to find the solutions to the equation


0 x 8.
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x 2 12

7 in the range
6
x

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(d) By drawing a tangent, find the gradient of the curve at the point (5, 0.6).

[2]

(e) Use your graph to find the least value of y in 0 x 8 and the value of x for which
this occurs.

[2]

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