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2015 HSC Mathematics Extension 2

Marking Guidelines

Section I
Multiple-choice Answer Key
Question
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Answer
D
A
A
C
B
C
A
B
D
C

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Section II
Question 11 (a)
Criteria
Provides correct solution
Attempts to use conjugate of denominator, or equivalent merit

Marks
2
1

Sample answer:

4 + 3i ( 4 + 3i ) ( 2 + i ) 8 + 6i + 4i 3
=

=
(2 i) (2 + i)
2i
4 + 1

5 + 10i

= 1+ 2i

Question 11 (b) (i)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct answer


Sample answer:
z = 3+i
=

( 3 )2 + 1

= 3+1
= 2

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Question 11 (b) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct answer


Sample answer:

1
arg z = + tan 1
3
1
= tan 1
3
5
=
6

Question 11 (b) (iii)

Provides correct answer


Sample answer:
z
arg = arg z arg w
w
5

6 7
29
=
42
=

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Question 11 (c)
Criteria

Marks
2
1

Provides correct solution


Finds A, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

x ( x 2 + 2)

A Bx + C
+
x x2 + 2

1 = A ( x 2 + 2 ) + ( Bx + C ) x

1 = Ax 2 + 2A + Bx 2 + Cx
Equating constant terms,
1 = 2A
A=

1
2

Equating coefficients of x 2 ,
O = A+ B
1
+B
2

B=
2
Equating coefficients of x,

O=

C=0

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Question 11 (d)
Criteria

Marks
2
1

Provides correct sketch


Finds eccentricity, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

For an ellipse

b 2 = a 2 (1 e 2 )

16 = 25 (1 e 2 )
16
= 1 e 2
25
16
e 2 = 1
25
3
e=
5

3
Foci ( ae, 0 ) = 5 , 0

5
= ( 3, 0 )

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Question 11 (e)
Criteria
Provides correct solution
Correctly differentiates, or equivalent merit
Uses the chain rule, or equivalent merit

Marks
3
2
1

Sample answer:
Differentiating with respect to x
1+ 2xy3 + x 2 3y 2

dy
=0
dx

dy 1 2xy3
=
dx
x 2 3y 2

At ( 2, 1)
dy 1 2 2 ( 1)3
=
dx
22 3 ( 1)2
1
=
4

Question 11 (f) (i)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution

Expresses cot or cosec in terms of tan , or equivalent merit


2
Sample answer:
LHS = cot + cosec

Let t = tan

1 t 2 1+ t 2
+
2t
2t
2
=
2t
1
=
t

= cot
2
=

= RHS

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Question 11 (f) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:

( cot + cosec ) d


= cot d

2
cos

2 d
=

sin

ln sin + c
1
2

= 2ln sin

+c
2

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Question 12 (a) (i), (ii), (iii)

Question 12 (a) (i)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:

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Question 12 (a) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
arg ( z 2 ) =

z2 = 4
so z 2 = 4i

Question 12 (a) (iii)

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:

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Question 12 (b) (i)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Finds a, or equivalent merit
Recognises that the conjugates are also roots, or equivalent merit

Marks
3
2
1

Sample answer:

The roots are a ib and a 2ib


The sum of the roots is
( a + 2ib ) + ( a 2ib ) + ( a + ib ) + ( a ib ) = 4
4a = 4
a =1
The product of the roots is
( a + 2ib )( a 2ib )( a + ib )( a ib ) = 10
( a 2 + 4b 2 )( a 2 + b 2 ) = 10
But a = 1,
(1+ 4b 2 )(1+ b 2 ) = 10
4b 4 + 5b 2 + 1 10 = 0
4b 4 + 5b 2 9 = 0

( 4b 2 + 9)( b 2 1) = 0
b2 = 1
b = 1
Roots are 1 i, 1 2i

Question 12 (b) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
The roots are x = 1 i and x = 1 2i

Polynomials with real coefficients have roots that occur in complex conjugate pairs.

Using the sum and product of the roots, the required quadratics are:

x 2 (1+ i + 1 i ) x + (1+ i )(1 i ) and

x 2 (1+ 2i + 1 2i ) x + (1+ 2i ) (1 zi )

= x 2 2x + 2

= x 2 2x + 5

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Question 12 (c) (i)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Attempts a division of polynomials, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

( x 2 )( x 5) x 2 7x + 10
=
( x 1)
x 1
Using long division,
x6
x 1 x 7x + 10
2

x 2 x

6x + 10

6x + 6

( x 2 )( x 5)
4
= x 6+
x 1
x 1

where m = 1, b = 6, a = 4
The oblique asymptote is y = x 6

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Marks
2
1

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Question 12 (c) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct sketch
Identifies any TWO intercepts and the vertical asymptote, or equivalent
merit
Sample answer:

12

Marks
2
1

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Question 12 (d)
Criteria
Provides correct solution
Attempts to evaluate the correct integral using a suitable method,
or equivalent merit
Provides correct integral expression for the volume, or equivalent merit
Recognises the radius is 3 x, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
Radius of a typical shell is 3 x
3

V = 2
( 3 x ) x + 1 dx
0

Let u 2
= x + 1
x = u2 1
dx
= 2u
du
x = 0, u = 1

area of a typical shell = 2rh

x=3 u=2
2

V = 2 ( 4 u 2
) u.2u du
1
2

= 4 ( 4u 2 u 4
) du
1
2

4u3 u5
= 4

5 1
3

4 1
32 32
= 4

3
5
3 5
=

188

units3
15

13

Marks
4
3
2
1

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Question 13 (a) (i)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
At Q, x = a tan , y = bsec , so substituting into H2
LHS =
=

( a tan )2
a
2
a 2 tan 2
a
2

( bsec )2
b2

b 2 sec 2

b2

a 2b 2 ( tan 2 sec 2 )

a
2b 2
a 2b 2 ( 1)

=
(since tan 2 + 1 = sec 2 )
2 2
a b
= 1

= RHS

Question 13 (a) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Finds the slope of PQ, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

The gradient of PQ is
=

b ( tan sec )
a ( tan sec )

bsec b tan
a tan asec

equation of PQ is
b
( x asec )
a
ay ab tan = bx + absec
bx + ay = ab ( tan + sec )
y b tan =

14

Marks
2
1

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Question 13 (a) (iii)


Criteria
Provides correct proof
Finds a correct expression for the area, or equivalent merit
Finds a correct expression for one relevant distance, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

PQ 2 = a 2 ( tan sec )2 + b 2 ( sec tan )2


= ( a 2 + b 2 ) ( tan sec )2
PQ = a 2 + b 2 tan sec
= a 2 + b 2 ( sec tan )

, sec tan
2
line PQ : bx + ay ab ( tan + sec ) = 0
Perpendicular distance from O to PQ is

Since for

=
=

b 0 + a O ab ( tan + sec )
a2 + b2
ab ( tan + sec )
a2 + b2

Now, area of !OPQ is


1
ab ( tan + sec )
a 2 + b 2 ( sec tan )
2
a2 + b2
=

ab ( 2
sec tan 2 )
2

ab
(1) which is independent of
2

15

Marks
3
2
1

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Question 13 (b) (i)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
The cylinder is bounded by a circle x 2 + y 2 = a 2

when y = h, x = a 2 h 2
Or
Using the right hand quarter cylinder

Using Pythagoras Theorem, AB = a 2 h 2

Question 13 (b) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Finds correct integral expression for the volume, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
Area of the slice ABCD = a 2 h 2
Hence, the volume is given by
a

V = ( a 2 h 2 ) dh
0
a

2
h3
= a h
3 0

2a3

units3
3

16

Marks
2
1

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Question 13 (c) (i)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
dS
dr
Correctly finds
in terms of
, or equivalent merit
dt
dt

Marks
2
1

Sample answer:
1

dS 4
3
dS dS dr
=

and
=

S = 4 r 2 and
dt
3

dt dr dt
dS
dr

= 8 r
dt
dt
1

dr
4
3
so = 8 r

3

dt
1

dr
1 4
3
giving
=

dt 8 r
3

Question 13 (c) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
dV
dr
Correctly finds
in terms of
, or equivalent merit
dt
dt
Sample answer:
dV dV dr
=

dt
dr dt
dV
dr
= 4 r 2
dt
dt
1

1
4 3
= 4 r
by (i)
8 r
3

2

1
4 3
= r
2

3

1

4
3
1

=
r 3
2

dV 1 3
= V
dt 2

17

Marks
2
1

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Question 13 (c) (iii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Finds correct primitive for t in terms of V, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
1

dV 1 3
= V
dt 2

As

dV 1

1 =
dt

V 3

so
64 000

V 3 dV =

8
000

dt
2
0
64 000

3
t = .V
2
3

2

8 000

t = 3 ( 40 2 20 2 )

time = 3 600 seconds


(= 1 hour)

18

Marks
2
1

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Question 14 (a) (i)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


Attempts to differentiate and obtains an expression involving cos2 ,
or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
y = sin n1 cos
y = u v + v u

Let u = sin n1

v = cos

u = ( n 1) sin n2 cos

y = ( n 1) sin n 2 cos2 + sin n1 ( sin )


= ( n 1) sin n2 (1 sin 2 ) sin n
= ( n 1) sin n2 ( n 1) sin n sin n
= ( n 1) sin n2 nsin n

19

v = sin

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Question 14 (a) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Attempts to evaluate the integral of the expression from part (i),
or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

y =

dy
= (n 1) sin n2 nsin n
d

2
2
n2
n
dy = (n 1) sin nsin d
0
0

2 n2
2 n
y
(
)
=
n

1
sin

n
sin d

0
0
0

n1
sin cos 0

2
2
= (n 1) sin n2 d n sin n d
0
0

2
2

0 = (n 1) sin n2 d n sin n d
0
0

2
2
n sin n d = (n 1) sin n2 d
0
0

2 n
n 1 2 n2
sin d = n sin d
0
0

20

Marks
2
1

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Question 14 (a) (iii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:

4 1 2

4
2
sin d = 4 sin d
0
0

3 2 1 2
d
=

4 2

3 1
= 2
4 2 0
3

= 0
82
=

3
16

Question 14 (b) (i)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
b
+ + = = 0
a
c
+ + = = p
a

( + + )2 = 0
ie 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 ( + + ) = 0
16 2 p = 0

p=8

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Question 14 (b) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


Obtains a correct equation involving q and at least one of 3, 3, 3,
or equivalent merit

Sample answer:

is a root so
3 = p q

(1)

similarly 3 = p q

(2)

3 = p q

(3)

adding (1) + (2) + (3)

3 + 3 + 3 = p ( + + ) 3q
9 = p 0 3q
q=3

Question 14 (b) (iii)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


Obtains an equation involving 4 + 4 + 4, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
Since

3 = p q

so

4 = p 2 q

similarly

4 = p 2 q
4 = p 2 q

adding 4 + 4 + 4 = p 2 + 2 + 2 q ( + + )
= 8 16 q 0
= 128

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Question 14 (c) (i)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Provides correct resolution of forces, or equivalent merit
Resolves forces in vertical direction, or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

Resolving forces:

Vertically

N cos N sin = mg

Horizontally

N sin + N cos =

mv 2
r

(1)

(2)

Dividing (2) by (1)

sin + cos v 2
=
cos sin rg
sin + cos
v 2 = rg
cos sin
Dividing by

cos
:
cos

tan +
v 2 = rg
1 tan

23

Marks
3
2
1

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Question 14 (c) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


Obtains correct expression for tan in terms of , or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
Since v = V
tan +
V 2 = rg and V 2 = rg
1 tan
so

tan +
=1
1 tan

hence
tan + = 1 tan

+ tan = 1 tan
1 tan
so
=
1+ tan

since 0 < < , tan > 0


2
so 1 tan < 1 and 1+ tan > 1
<1

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Question 15 (a) (i)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


Obtains x!! = kv 2 , or equivalent merit

Sample answer:

x!! = kv 2

dv

= kv 2
dt
dv
kdt = 2
v

dv
kt = 2
v
kt =

1
+C
v

Now t = 0, v = u C =

1
u

1
1
= kt +
v
u

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Question 15 (a) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Correctly integrates to find t, or equivalent merit
Obtains x!! = g kw 2 , or equivalent merit
Sample answer:

x!! = g kw 2

dw

= g + kw 2
dt
dt
1
=
dw
g + kw 2

t =
dw
2

g + kw
1
1

=

dw
k g + w2
k

1
k
=


tan 1 w + C

k g

t =

tan 1 w + C

gk

Now t = 0, w = u, so
C =

t =

tan 1 u
gk

1

1
k

tan u tan w
gk

26

Marks
3
2
1

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Question 15 (a) (iii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
The second particle is at rest when w = 0

t =

tan 1 u
gk

At this time the velocity of the first particle is

1 1

1

=
+ k
tan 1 u from (i)
V
u

gk

k
1 1

=
+

tan 1 u
V u
g

Question 15 (a) (iv)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct solution


Sample answer:
From (iii),

k
1 1
k
= +
tan 1 u
V u
g
g

for u range,

1
!
V

k
1
0, tan 1 u
u
g 2

k
2
V
g 2

g
k

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Question 15 (b) (i)


Criteria

Marks
2
1

Provides correct solution


Obtains one of the required inequalities
Sample answer:

Since for x 0
1 x 2 1
since (1+ x) > 0 we have 1 x
and since x 0 then

ie (1 x)(1+ x) 1

1
1+ x

1+ x 1

1
1
1+ x

1 x

1
1
1+ x

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Question 15 (b) (ii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Integrates the inequalities from part (i), or equivalent merit
Sample answer:
b

b
1
Since
dx = ln(1+ x)
a
a 1+ x

= ln(1+ b) ln(1+ a)
1
1
We want ln 1 + so let a = 0 and b =
n
n
1
n

1
n

1
1 x dx
dx 1dx
0
0 1+ x
0

2 n

x
n

x ln 1+ x x n
0

0
2

( )

1 1
1
1
2 ln 1 +
n 2n
n n
multiplying through by n:
1

1
1
n ln 1+ 1
2n
n

29

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2
1

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Question 15 (b) (iii)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct explanation


Sample answer:
From (ii),

n ln 1+ 1

2n

1 n
ln 1+ 1

2n

1

1
n

lim ln 1+
lim 1

lim 1

2n
n n
n
1
n
1 lim ln 1+ 1

n
n

ie

1
n
lim ln 1+ = 1

n
n

lim 1+
= e

n
n

Question 15 (c) (i)


Criteria

Marks
1

Provides correct proof


Sample answer:

Replacing x with x 2 , y with y2 in the given inequality we have


x 2 + y2
x y
2
2 2

ie

x 2 + y2
xy
2

so

xy

x 2 + y2
, since x, y > 0
2

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Question 15 (c) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct proof


Uses (i) to obtain a valid expression in a2, b2, c2 and d2, or equivalent
merit
Sample answer:

( ab )( cd ) = ab cd

a 2 + b 2 c
2 + d 2

2
2

by (i)

a 2 + b 2 c 2 + d 2


2 2

1 a 2 + b 2 + c 2 + d 2

2
2

by given inequality

a 2 + b 2 + c 2 + d 2

4
Taking positive square roots,
=

4 ( abcd )

a2 + b2 + c2 + d 2
4

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Question 16 (a) (i)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


15
Shows total number of arrangements is , or equivalent merit
5

Sample answer:
15
There are ways to place 5 black counters in the grid.
5
There are three choices to place a black counter in each column, so there are 35 ways to place
the black counters with one in each column.

Probability =

35
81
=
15 1001

Question 16 (a) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution

nq
Shows total number of arrangements is , or equivalent merit
q

Sample answer:

nq
There are nq places and we choose q places for black counters, giving arrangements.
q
There are n places for each black counter in each of q columns.

So there are n q arrangements with one black counter in each column.

Pn =

nq
nq
q

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Question 16 (a) (iii)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Obtains an expression for Pn with q terms in denominator, or equivalent
merit
Sample answer:

Pn =

nq
nq

n q

nq ( nq 1) ( nq q + 1) q!

q!n q
nq ( nq 1) ( nq q + 1)

q!
1
2
q 1
q q q q +

n
n
n n
As n ,
=

Pn

q!
qq

33

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2
1

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Question 16 (b) (i)


Criteria
Provides correct solution
Applies De Moivres theorem, or equivalent merit

Marks
2
1

Sample answer:
By De Moivres theorem

( cos + i sin )2n = cos ( 2n ) + i sin ( 2n )


By the bionomial theorem,
2n
2n
( cos + i sin )2n = cos2n + cos2n1 .i sin + cos2n2 ( i sin )2 +
1
2
2n
2n2 2n
2n1 2n (
2 (
)
(
)

i
sin

+
cos

i
sin

+ i sin )2n
+
cos

2n 2
2n 1
2n
Equating real parts,
2n
2n
cos2 sin 2n2 ( 1)n1 + ( 1
)n sin 2n
cos ( 2n ) = cos2n cos2n2 sin 2 ++
2
2n 2

Question 16 (b) (ii)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct solution


Explains the connection between T2n (x) and cos ( 2n ) , or equivalent
merit
Sample answer:

T2n ( x ) = cos ( 2n cos1 x )


put = cos1 x, so x = cos in (i)
noting that sin 2k = ( sin 2 )

= (1 cos2 )

Then
n
2n
T2n ( x ) = x 2n x 2n2 (1 x 2 ) ++ ( 1)n (1 x 2 )
2

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Question 16 (b) (iii)


Criteria

Marks
3

Provides correct solution


3

Shows that the roots of T2n (x) are cos , cos , ,


4n
4n

( 4n 1)
cos
, or equivalent merit

4n
( 2k 1)
Obtains (or verifies) that cos
are all roots of T2n (x) ,

4n
or equivalent merit

Sample answer:

0 = T2n ( x ) = cos ( 2n cos1 x )

( 2k 1)
2
( 2k 1)
ie cos1x =
4n
( 2k 1)
x = cos

4n
Consider the 2n solutions with k = 1, 2, , 2n ie
This occurs when 2n cos1 x =

( 4n 1)
cos , cos , , cos

4n
4n

4n
As the angles are in the range 0 to and are distinct these solutions are distinct. (Given that
cosx is decreasing for 0 x .)
We have 2n distinct solutions of a polynomial of degree 2n, and so these are all the roots.
As we have a polynomial of even degree, the product of the roots is the constant term divided
by the leading term. We may find the constant term by setting x = 0, obtaining ( 1)n .
The coefficients of x 2n are
1,

2n
2 ,

2n
,,
4

The leading term is the sum of these and hence

( 4n 1)
cos cos cos
=
4n
4n

4n

( 1)n
2n 2n
1+ + ++ 1
2 4

In fact the denominator on the right may be simplified


n
3

( 4n 1) ( 1)

cos
cos
cos
=
4n

4n
4n 22n1

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2015 HSC

Mathematics Extension 2

Marking Guidelines

Question 16 (b) (iv)


Criteria

Marks
2

Provides correct proof

1
Evaluates T2n
, or equivalent merit
2
Sample answer:

1
1
then 1 x 2 =
2
2
1 1 2n 1 2n 1
2n 1
= n n + n ++ ( 1)n n
T2n
2 2 2 2 4 2
2n 2
Put x =

1
n
= cos
= cos 2n cos1

2
2
n
2n
2n 2n 2n
1 + ++ ( 1)n = 2n cos
2
2 4 6
2n

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2015 HSC

Mathematics Extension 2

Marking Guidelines

2015 HSC Mathematics Extension 2


Mapping Grid
Section I
Question

Marks

Content

Syllabus outcomes

3.2

E3

2.1

E3

1.4

E6

7.2

E4

2.4

E3

4.1

E8

HE3, E9

1.7

E6

2.2

E3

10

E2

Section II
Question

Marks

Content

Syllabus outcomes

11 (a)

2.1

E3

11 (b) (i)

2.2

E3

11 (b) (ii)

2.2

E3

11 (b) (iii)

2.2

E3

11 (c)

7.6

E4

11 (d)

3.1

E3

11 (e)

1.8

E6

11 (f) (i)

4.1

PE6, E2

11 (f) (ii)

4.1

E8

12 (a) (i)

2.2

E3

12 (a) (ii)

2.2

E3

12 (a) (iii)

2.3

E3

12 (b) (i)

7.4, 7.5

E3, E4

12 (b) (ii)

7.4, 7.5

E3, E4

12 (c) (i)

1.8

E6

12 (c) (ii)

1.8

E6

12 (d)

5.1

E7

13 (a) (i)

3.2

E3

13 (a) (ii)

3.2

E3

13 (a) (iii)

3.2

E3

13 (b) (i)

E2

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2015 HSC

Question

Mathematics Extension 2

Marks

Marking Guidelines

Content

Syllabus outcomes

13 (b) (ii)

5.1

E7

13 (c) (i)

14.1E, 8

HE3, E8

13 (c) (ii)

14.1E, 8

HE3, E8

13 (c) (iii)

14.1E, 8, 4.1

HE3, E8

14 (a) (i)

4.1

E8

14 (a) (ii)

4.1

E8

14 (a) (iii)

4.1

E8

14 (b) (i)

7.5

E4

14 (b) (ii)

7.5

E4

14 (b) (iii)

7.5

E4

14 (c) (i)

6.3.4

E5

14 (c) (ii)

6.3.4

E5

15 (a) (i)

6.2.1

E5

15 (a) (ii)

6.2.2

E5

15 (a) (iii)

6.2.1, 6.2.2

E5

15 (a) (iv)

6.2.1

E5

15 (b) (i)

8, 3, 1.4E

E2, HE7

15 (b) (ii)

8, 1.4E, 12.5

PE3, HE7, E2

15 (b) (iii)

8, 1.4E

PE3, E2

15 (c) (i)

8.3

E2

15 (c) (ii)

8.3

E2

16 (a) (i)

E2

16 (a) (ii)

E2

16 (a) (iii)

E2

16 (b) (i)

2.4

E3

16 (b) (ii)

E4

16 (b) (iii)

7.5

E4

16 (b) (iv)

7.5

E9

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