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4

75 5

(a) 3 cm3 (M1)(M1)

Notes: Award (M1) for correctly substituted formula of a

sphere. Award (M1) for multiplying their volume by 75.

If r = 10 is used, award (M0)(M1)(A1)(ft) for the answer

3

314000 cm .

3

UP 39300 cm (A1) (C3)

1

(b) 3 202 h = 39300 (M1)(M1)

Notes: Award (M1) for correctly substituted formula of a

cone.

Award (M1) for equating their volume to their answer to

part (a).

UP h = 93.8 cm (A1)(ft) (C3)

Notes: Accept the exact value of 93.75

Follow through from their part (a).

[6]

2. Unit Penalty applies in parts (a) and (d) and Financial Penalty applies in parts (b)

and (e).

2 2 2

(a) BD = 190 + 120 2(190)(120)cos75 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for substituted cosine formula, (A1) for

correct substitution.

UP = 197 m (A1)(G2)

Note: If radians are used award a maximum of (M1)(A1)

(A0).

FP = 3344 USD (A1)(ft)(G2)

Note: Accept 3349 from 197.

sin(ABD) sin(115 )

(c) 70 196.7 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for substituted sine formula, (A1) for

correct substitution.

= 18.81... (A1)(ft)

= 18.8 (AG)

Notes: Both the unrounded and rounded answers must

be seen for the final (A1) to be awarded. Follow through

from their (a). If 197 is used the unrounded answer is

18.78

(d) angle BDA = 46.2 (A1)

70 (196.717...) sin( 46.2)

Area = 2 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for substituted area formula, (A1) for

correct substitution.

2

UP Area of ABD = 4970 m (A1)(ft)(G2)

Notes: If 197 used answer is 4980.

Notes: Follow through from (a) only. Award (G2) if there

is no working shown and 46.2 not seen. If 46.2 seen

without subsequent working, award (A1)(G2).

FP = 596 327 USD (A1)(ft)(G2)

Notes: Follow through from their (d).

15

r

1

(f) 300 000 100 = 600 000 or equivalent (A1)(M1)(A1)

Notes: Award (A1) for 600 000 seen or implied by

alternative formula, (M1) for substituted CI formula, (A1)

for correct substitutions.

r = 4.73 (A1)(ft)(G3)

Notes: Award G3 for 4.73 with no working.

Award G2 for 4.7 with no working.

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2 2 2

3. (a) BD = 15 + 20 2 15 20 cos 110 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for using the cosine rule,

award (A1) for correct substitution.

2

BD = 830.212

BD = 28.8 (A1)

OR

BD = 28.8 (G3) 3

28.81 22

(b) sin C sin 30 (M1)(A1)

C = 40.9 (G1)

OR

C = 40.9 (G3) 3

(c) BD = 30 (A1) 1

30 22

(d) sin C sin 30 (M1)

C = 43.0 (A1)

OR

C = 43.0 (G2) 2

43.0 40.9

(e) Percentage error = 40.9 100 (M1)(A1)

= 5.13% (A1) 3

[12]

(a) Angle ABC = 50 (A1)

AC 25

(b) sin50 sin 55 (M1)(A1)(ft)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into the correct

formula, (A1)(ft) for correct substitution. Follow through

from their angle ABC.

UP AC = 23.4 m (A1)(ft)(G2)

1

(c) Area of ABC = 2 23.379... 25 sin 75 (M1)(A1)(ft)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into the correct

formula, (A1)(ft) for correct substitution.

Follow through from their AC.

OR

29.479... 19.151...

Area of triangle ABC = 2 (A1)(ft)(M1)

Note: (A1)(ft) for correct values of AB (29.479) and CN

(19.151).

Follow through from their (a) and /or (b).

Award (M1) for substitution of their values of AB and CN

into the correct formula.

2

UP Area of ABC = 282 m (A1)(ft)(G2)

2

Note: Accept 283 m if 23.4 is used.

25 sin 50

(d) NM = 2 (M1)(M1)

Note: Award (M1) for 25 sin 50 or equivalent for the

length of CN, (M1) for dividing their CN by 2.

UP NM = 9.58 m (A1)(ft)(G2)

Note: Follow through from their angle ABC.

Notes: Premature rounding of CN leads to the answers

9.60 or 9.6.

Award at most (M1)(M1)(A0) if working seen. Do not

penalize with (AP).

CN may be found in (c).

Note: The working for this part of the question may be in

part (b).

(e) Angle NCB = 40 seen (A1)(ft)

Note: Follow through from their (a).

From triangle MCP:

2 2 2

MP = (9.5756...) + 12.5 2 9.5756... 12.5 cos (40) (M1)(A1)(ft)

MP = 8.034... m (A1)(ft)(G3)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into the correct

formula, (A1)(ft) for their correct substitution. Follow

through from their (d).

Award (G3) for correct value of MP seen without working.

OR

From right triangle MCP

CP = 12.5 m seen (A1)

2 2 2

MP = (12.5) (9.575) (M1)(A1)(ft)

MP = 8.034m (A1)(G3)(ft)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into the correct

formula, (A1)(ft) for their correct substitution. Follow

through from their (d).

Award (G3) for correct value of MP seen without working.

OR

From right triangle MCP

Angle MCP = 40 seen (A1)(ft)

MP

12.5 = sin (40) or equivalent (M1)(A1)(ft)

MP = 8.034... m (A1)(G3)(ft)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into the correct

formula, (A1)(ft) for their correct substitution. Follow

through from their (a).

Award (G3) for correct value of MP seen without working.

The goat cannot reach point P as MP > 7 m. (A1)(ft)

Note: Award (A1)(ft) only if their value of MP is compared

to 7 m, and conclusion is stated.

[15]

(12 2 5 2 )

5. (a) (i) AF = = 13 (A1)

(13 2 10 2 )

(ii) AM = = 16.4 (M1)(A1) 3

(b)

M

A x

N (M1)

Note: Award (M1) for correct angle.

5

A

sin 16.4 (M1)

A = 17.8 (A1) 3

[6]

6. (a)

x

3

600 m (M1)

x

tan 3 = 600

x = 600 tan 3

x = 31.4447

x = 31.4 m (A1)

Therefore, height = 40 m + 31.4 m

= 71.4 m (A1) 3

(b) (i)

92

40

A C

x (A1)

Note: For (A1) the candidate must have the 40, the 92

and the 4 in the appropriate places.

(ii)

52

4

x (A1)

52

tan 4 = x (M1)

52

x = tan 4

x = 743.6346453 = 744 m (A1) 4

(c) (i)

A

600 m 110

744 m

B C

2 2 2

BC = 600 + 744 2 600 744 cos 110 (M1)

2

BC = 1218891.584 (or 1218198.119) (A1)

BC = 1104.034231 (or 1103.720...)

BC = 1104 (to the nearest metre) (A1)

(ii) 600 1104 (M1)

600 sin 110

sin c = 1104 (M1)

c = 30.710635

c = 30.7 (3 s.f.) (A1)

1

(iii) area = 2 600 744 sin 110 (M1)

= 209739.393

2

= 210000 m (3 s.f.) (A1) 8

[15]

UP AG = 0.943 m (A1) (C2)

(b) AF = AG 2 1.80 2 (M1)

UP = 2.03 m (A1)(ft) (C2)

Note: Follow through from their answer to part (a).

F 0.943(39...)

cos GA

(c) 2.03( 22...) (M1)

F

GA = 62.3 (A1)(ft) (C2)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into correct trig ratio.

Accept alternative ratios that give 62.4 or 62.5. Follow

through from their answers to parts (a) and (b).

[6]

8 2 8 2 128

8. (a) AH = (or 11.3 or 8 2 ) (M1)

(A1)(G2)

For use of Pythagoras theorem then for correct answer.

2 2 2

H 10 10 ( 128 )

cos AC

(b) 2 10 10 (M1)

(A1)(ft)

OR

2 2

128 = 10 + 10 2 10 10 cos ACH

For use of cosine rule (M1)

with correct values substituted (A1)(ft)

H

AC = 68.9 (6854) (A1)(ft)(G2)

Note: Allow 68.8 (68 48) following through with AH

=11.3 from part (a).

OR

Triangle ACH is isosceles. Let M be the midpoint of AH.

M 4 2

sin AC M

10 , hence AC = 34.45

For use of sine rule in appropriate triangle (M1)

with correct values substituted (A1)(ft)

H

AC = 2 34.45 = 68.9 (6854) (A1)(ft)(G2)

10 2 8 2 6

(c) Height AB (or equivalent) = (A1)

Award (A1) for 6 seen.

Area = 2 (8 8) + 4 (6 8) (M1)(A1)

2

= 320 cm (AG)

Notes: Award (M1) for sum of 2 faces and 4 faces.

Final (A1) must result in an answer of 320.

If candidate starts with 320 and works backwards to find

height of 6, award (M1)(A1). Only award final (A1) if the

candidate comments or proves that the height of 6 is

consistent with the dimensions of the prism.

88 6

(d) Volume = 2 (M1)(M1)

Notes: Award (M1) for correct numerator and (M1)

for division by 2 Follow through value for height from (c).

3

=192 cm (A1)(ft)(G3)

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2

9. (a) pR = 36p so R = 6 cm (M1)(A1) (C2)

2 2 2

(b) Use cosine rule. AB = 6 + 6 2 6 6 cos (110) (M1)(A1)(ft)

2

AB = 96.6

AB = 9.83 cm (A1)(ft)

OR

6 AB

sin (35) sin (110 ) (M1)(A1)(ft)

AB = 9.83 cm (A1)(ft)

OR

110

55

2

1

AB

2

sin (55) = 6 (M1)(A1)(ft)

AB = 9.83 (A1)(ft) (C3)

1

Note: If this method is used, then the 2 AB must be

evident to obtain the (M1) and the

first (A1) requires the 55 and the 6 to be correct.

[6]

h = 12.3 tan 63 For using tan something (A1)

h = 24.1 (A1) (G3)

2

(b) 24.1 = 4.9t For substituting for h in the formula and attempting to

solve (M1)

For taking a square root (can be implied) (M1)

2.22 sec (A1) (C3)

[6]

11. Unit penalty (UP) applies in parts (a), (c) and (e).

2 2 2

(a) AB = 10 + 8 2 10 8 cos 150 (M1)(A1)

UP AB = 17.4 km (A1)(G2)

Note: Award (M1) for substitution into correct formula,

(A1) for correct substitution, (A1) for correct answer.

8 17.4

B

sin CA sin 150

(b) (M1)(A1)

CB = 13.3 (A1)(ft)(G2)

Notes: Award (M1) for substitution into correct formula,

(A1) for correct substitution, (A1) for correct answer.

Follow through from their answer to part (a).

Note: Follow through from their answer to part (a).

= 2.06 (AG)

Notes: Award (M1) for correct substitution in the correct

formula, award (A1) for the unrounded answer seen. If

2.06 not seen award at most (M1)(A0).

= 19.7 km (A1)(ft)(G2)

Note: Award (A1) for AT, (M1) for adding the three sides

of the triangle ADT, (A1)(ft) for answer. Follow through

from their answer to part (c).

19.7

(f) 70 60 + 10 (M1)(M1)

= 26.9 (A1)(ft)

Note: Award (M1) for time on road in minutes, (M1) for

adding 10, (A1)(ft) for unrounded answer. Follow through

from their answer to (e).

= 27 (nearest minute) (A1)(ft)(G3)

Note: Award (A1)(ft) for their unrounded answer given to

the nearest minute.

[16]

C sin 30

sin AB

12. (a) 13.4 6.7 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for correct substituted formula,

(A1) for correct substitution.

C

AB = 90 (A1)

ACB = 60 (A1)(ft) (C4)

Note: Radians give no solution, award maximum

(M1)(A1)(A0).

29 30

(b) 30 100 (M1)

Note: Award (M1) for correct substitution into

correct formula.

% error = 3.33 % (A1) (C2)

Note: Percentage symbol not required.

Accept positive answer.

[6]

1

40 2 40 2 800

(a) PB = 2 = 28.28 (28.3) (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for correct substitutions, (A1) for

correct answer.

Note: Award (M1) for correct substitution, can (ft) from

any answer to PB.

40

sin 1

(b) 49

OR

28.28

cos 1

49

OR

40

tan 1

28.28 (M1)

= 54.7 (54.8) (A1)(ft) (C2)

Note: Award (M1) for any correct trig. ratio.

In radians = 0.616, award (M1)(A0).

2 2

Note: Common error: (a) OB = 40 20 = 44.7 cm.

Award (M0)(A0)(M1) (A1)(ft), and (b) angle

OBP = 63.4 (63.5)(M1)(A1)(ft).

[6]

2 2 2

(a) AC = 9 + 4.2 2 9 4.2 cos 95 (M1)(A1)

UP AC = 10.3 m (A1)(G2)

Note: (M1) for correct substituted formula and (A1) for

correct substitution If radians used answer is 6.59. Award

at most (M1)(A1)(A0)

A

BC

(b) (i) = 25 (A1)

AB 10.258...

(ii) sin25 sin 130 (M1)(A1)

AB = 5.66 m (A1)(ft)(G2)

Note: (M1) for correct substituted formula and (A1) for

correct substitution. (A1) for correct answer.

Follow through with angle BCA and their AC.

Allow AB = 5.68 if AC = 10.3 used.

If radians used answer is 0.938 (unreasonable answer).

Award at most (M1)(A1)(A0)(ft)

OR

Using that ABC is isosceles

1

10.258...

2

cos 25 = AB (or equivalent) (A1)(M1)(ft)

UP AB = 5.66 m (A1)(ft)(G2)

1

Note: (A1) for 2 of their AB seen, (M1) for correct

trigonometric ratio and correct substitution, (A1) for

correct answer.

1

If 2 AB seen and correct answer is given award (A1)(G1).

Allow AB = 5.68 if AC = 10.3 used.

If radians used answer is 3.32. Award (A1)(M1)(A1)(ft).

If sin65 and radians used answer is 3.99. Award (A1)(M1)

(A1)(ft)

1 1

2

(c) Area = 2 9 4.2 sin 95 + 2 (5.6592...) sin 130(M1)(M1)(ft)(M1)

2

UP = 31.095... = 31.1 m (correct to 3 s.f.) (A1)(AG)

Note: (M1)(M1) each for correct substitution in the

formula of the area of each triangle, (M1) for adding both

areas. (A1) for unrounded answer.

Follow through with their length of AB but last mark is lost

if they do not reach the correct answer.

1

(d) Volume of sand = 3 (31.09... 0.4) (M1)(M1)

3

= 4.15 m (A1)(G2)

Note: (M1) for correct formula of volume of prism and for

1

correct substitution, (M1) for multiplying by 3 and last

(A1) for correct answer only.

[14]

UP (a) XM = 5 cm (A1)

2 5 2

(b) VM = 5 + 8 (M1)

Note: Award (M1) for correct use of Pythagoras Theorem.

UP VM = 89 = 9.43 cm (A1)(ft)(G2)

8

(c) tan VMX = 5 (M1)

Note: Other trigonometric ratios may be used.

X

VM = 58.0 (A1)(ft)(G2)

[5]

2 2 2

(a) l = 290 + 550 2 290 550 cos 115 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for substituted cosine rule formula,

(A1) for correct substitution.

l = 722 (A1)(G2)

UP = 720 m (A1)

Note: If 720 m seen without working award (G3).

The final (A1) is awarded for the correct rounding of their

answer.

1

(b) Area = 2 290 550 sin 115 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for substituted correct formula (A1) for

correct substitution.

2

UP = 72 300 m (A1)(G2)

180 230

(c) sin B sin 53 (M1)(A1)

Note: Award (M1) for substituted sine rule formula, (A1)

for correct substitution.

B = 38.7 (A1)(G2)

B

AC = 180 (53 + 38.7)

= 88.3 (A1)(ft)

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