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Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Test Student Booklet (Part 1) January 2007
Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Test Student Booklet (Part 1) January 2007

Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Test

Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Test Student Booklet (Part 1) January 2007

Student Booklet (Part 1)

January 2007

Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Test Student Booklet (Part 1) January 2007

Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth Cataloguing in Publication Data

371.26097127 Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Tests. Student Booklet. (Part 1)

“January 2007”

ISBN-13: 978-0-7711-3677-1 ISBN-10: 0-7711-3677-3

1. Mathematics—Examinations, questions, etc. 2. Mathematics—Examinations. 3. Educational tests and measurements—Manitoba. 4. Mathematics—Study and teaching (Secondary)—Manitoba. 5. Calculus—Study and teaching (Secondary)—Manitoba. 6. Mathematical ability-testing. 7. Mathematics—Study and teaching (Secondary). 8. Calculus—Study and teaching. (Secondary). I. Manitoba. Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth

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Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) Standards Test

DESCRIPTION

Total Possible Marks: 100

Time: 3 hours

Part

 

Description

Time

Value

 

Long Answer: 9 questions worth a total of 35 marks

   

Part 1

Calculators (scientific or graphing) are permitted.

60 minutes

35%

 

Multiple Choice: 15 questions worth 1 mark each

   

Short Answer: 15 questions worth 1 mark each

Part 2

Long Answer: 10 questions worth a total of 35 marks

120 minutes

65%

Calculators are not permitted.

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

Formulas are given on the tear-out sheet at the beginning of this test booklet. Please do not tear out any pages other than this formula sheet.

Read all instructions carefully.

The blank pages at the back of each booklet may be used for rough work. No marks will be given for work done on these pages.

Note that diagrams and graphs provided in the test booklets may not be drawn to scale.

When the Student Booklet (Part 2) is distributed, you may keep the Student Booklet (Part 1) in case you wish to continue working on it without a calculator.

you wish to continue wo rking on it without a calculator. At this point, please turn

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Formula Sheet: Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S)

Formula Sheet: Pre-Calculus Mathematics (40S) s = θ r sin 2 θ + cos 2 θ

s =θr

sin

2

θ

+

cos

2

θ

=

1

2 2 tan θ + 1 = sec θ 2 2 1 + cot θ
2
2
tan
θ
+
1
=
sec
θ
2
2
1
+
cot
θ
=
csc
θ
sin(
α
−=
β
)
sin
α
cos
β
cos
α
sin
β
cos(
α
−=
β
)
cos
α
cos
β
+
sin
α
sin
β
tan
α
− tan
β
tan(
α
β
)
=
1
+
tan
α
tan
β
sin(
α
+=
β
)
sin
α
cos
β
+
cos
α
sin
β
cos(
α
+=
β
)
cos
α
cos
β
sin
α
sin
β
tan
α
+ tan
β
tan(
α
+
β
)
=
1
− tan
α
tan
β
sin 2
α
= 2sin
αα
cos
2
2
cos 2
α
=
cos
αα
sin
2
cos 2
α
=
1
2sin
α
cos 2
α
=
2cos
2 α
1
2 tan
α
tan 2
α =
2
1
tan
α
n !
Pnr
(
,
) or
P
=
n
r
(
n
r
)!
n !
Cnr
(
,
) or
C
=
n
r
rn
!(
− r
)!
nkk
=
Ca
b
t k
+ 1
nk
P
( A or B
)
=
P
()
A
+−
P
()
B
P
(
A and B
)
P (
A and B
)
= P
()
A
i P
( B
A )

iii

A

=

P

⎜ ⎝

1

+

r

n

⎟ ⎠

A

e 2.718 28

=

Pe

rt

log

a

(

MN

)

=

nt

log

log

MN

+

aa

⎛ M log log M − log N a aa ⎜ ⎝ N ⎞ ⎟
⎛ M
log
log
M
log
N
a
aa
⎜ ⎝
N
⎞ ⎟ ⎠ =
n
log
(
MnM ) log
=
a
a
log
b M
log
M =
a
log
b a
2
22
( xh −
)(
+−
yk
)
=
r
2
2
(
xh
)(
yk −
)
+
=> 1,
a
b
2
2
a
b
2
2
(
xh
)(
yk −
)
+
=> 1,
a
b
2
2
b
a
2
2
(
xh
)(
yk −
)
= 1
2
a
2 b
2
2
(
yk
)(
xh
)
= 1
2
a
2 b
2
(
y
−= )(
k
ax
h
)
2
(
x
−=
h
)( ay
k
)
n − 1
t
=
tr 1
n
n
n
t
(1
r
)
tr (
1)
1
1
S
=
=
n
1
r
r
1
t
tr
tr
t
1
n
n
1
S
=
=
n
1
r
r
1
S
=
t 1 < 1
,
r
1 − r

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Long-Answer Questions

Instructions

There are 9 long-answer questions for a total of 35 marks.

Calculators (scientific or graphing) are allowed for this part of the test.

Write each solution in the space provided.

For full marks, your answers must show all pertinent diagrams, calculations, and explanations.

Graphing calculator solutions should include an explanation of how your final answer is obtained.

Your solutions should be neat, organized, and clear.

If any curve contains asymptotes, the asymptotes should be included in the graph.

Some answers are to be given as decimal values. Rounding too early in your solution may result in an inaccurate final answer for which full marks will not be given.

Express your answers as exact values or correct to 3 decimal places unless instructed otherwise.

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Long-Answer Questions

1. Solve the following equation. Express your answer correct to 3 decimal places.

(4 marks)

e

2

x

=

5

x

1

2. Solve the following equation on the interval [0,

2π] .

Express your answers as exact values or correct to 3 decimal places.

(4 marks)

2

3cot θ + 2cotθ −=1

0

3. In the binomial expansion of

x

2

Find and simplify this term completely.

3

x

(3 marks)

10

there is a term that when simplified contains

x

8

.

4. There are 9 women and 8 men in a room.

a) Five of them will be chosen to form a committee. How many ways can the members of this committee be chosen if it must contain at least 4 women?

(2 marks)

b) If five of the people are chosen at random to form a committee, what is the probability that there will be at least 4 women on this committee?

Give your answer correct to 3 decimal places.

(2 marks)

5.

Lucy works Monday to Friday. Three days of the week, Lucy takes the bus to work and the other 2 days, she drives her car. If she takes the bus, she is late 15% of the time and if she takes her car, she is late 10% of the time.

a) Calculate the probability that Lucy arrives at work on time.

(2 marks)

 

b) Calculate the probability that Lucy took the bus given that she was late.

(3 marks)

6.

Solve for x, where x .

 

Give the general solution in radians correct to 3 decimal places:

(

cos 2 x

)

= −

3

5

(4 marks)

7.

Using the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, how many 3-digit numbers can be made if there are no repetitions of digits and the second digit is even?

Briefly explain your calculations.

(3 marks)

8.

A jar contains 7 yellow marbles and 3 green marbles. When a marble of one colour is removed, it is replaced by 2 marbles of the other colour. Two marbles are chosen randomly.

Find the probability that both marbles are the same colour. State your answer as an exact value or correct to 3 decimal places.

(4 marks)

9.

The third term of a geometric sequence is 24 and the sixth term is 1536.

a) Find the value of the common ratio.

(3 marks)

 

b) Find the value of the first term.

(1 mark)

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