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1. (a) Show that


sin20 =
tan9
l+cos20
(2)

(b) Hence find, for 180' < I < 180'.all the solutions
of

2 sin20
1+cos2d

Give your answento 1 decimalplace.

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2. A curveC hasequation

-l = - '
35
^,
(s-3x)'
x+-
3 g=s(s-3f
ThepointP on C has-r-coordinate 2. Find an equationofthe normalto C at P in the form
ax+ by + c = 0, wherea, b andc areintegers.
(7)
-t. f(r) = 4.ot"" t - 4x +l , wherex is in radians.

taJ Showthatthereis a roota of f(x)=Q inthe interval11.2,1.31.


(2)

(b) Showthatthe equationf("r) = g be writtenin the form


"un

11
x=-+-
sinx 4 (2)

(c) Usethe iterativeformula

',,,=I+1 ' xo-I'25'


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to calculatethe valuesof xr, x, and x,, givingyour answersto 4 decimalplaces.


(3)

(d) By consideringthe changeof signof f(:r) in a suitableinterval,veri$ that


a:I.29I correctto 3 decimalplaces.
(2\
4. Thefunctionf is definedby

f : . r r + 1 2 ; r -,5 jx e R

(a) Sketchthegraphwithequationy = 11y;,showing ofthepointswhere


thecoordinates
thegraphcutsor meetstheaxes.
(2)

( b ) S o l v ef ( x ) = 1 5 4 t .
(3)

The functiong is definedby

g : x t - >x ' - 4 x + I , -r€R, 0(-r(5

(c) Find fg(2).


(2)

(d) Find therangeof g.


(3)
t(-)

(z.sro)
- (zr-s)=ls+
lzr-s\ = tS+r 2:--S=tS+lL
'lO=$t-
d- =ZO
,c=€

'fks)
=Q(t-A(il*r)
c)egc,-) = =
l-6-sl lt

d) $*)= (x4" -q-+1 = (x-DLg


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3.

Figure 1

Figure1 showsa sketchof thecurveCwith theequation,=(2x2 -5x+2)e-'.

they-axis.
of thepoint whereC crosses
(a) Find the coordinates
\=L . )
v

(b) Showthat C crossesthe.r-axisat x=2 andfind the x-coordinateof the otherpoint


whereC crossesthex-axis.
(3)

,'^ \ tr.i-i Y
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(d) Hence find the exact coordinatesof the furning points ofC.
(s)

:\ I al L- Sr-+
at?-
aE+ *2:

=Q
6.

Figure 2

Figure 2 showsa sketchof the curvewith the equation,v= f(t), r € R.


The curvehasa tuming pointaI A(3 , - 4) andalsopassesthroughthepoint (0, 5)'

(a) Write down the coordinatesof the point to which I is transformedon the curvewith
equatlon

11;y=lr(x)1,(gr+)
(ii)y:2r()x). (61-S)
(4)

(b) Sketchthe curve with equation

v = f(lrD
On your sketchshowthe coordinates of all tumingpointsandthe coordinates
of the
point at which the curvecutsthey-axis.
(3)

The curvewith equation.y= f(x) is a translationof the curvewith equationy = x'?.

(c) Find f(x).


(2)

(d) Explain why the function f doesnot havean inverse.


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1 (a) Express2sin9-1.5cosdin theform Rsin(d-a),whereR > 0 and0.".t .

Give the valueof a to 4 decimalplaces.


(3)

(b) (i) Findthemaximumvalueof 2sind 1.5cosd.

(ii) Find the valueof d, for 0 ( 6 ( z, at whichthis maximumoccurs'


(3)

Tom modelsthe heightofsea water,11metres,on a particulardayby the equation

H=6+2si'(+)-rs*'(#)' o<I <12,

whereI hoursis the numberof hoursafter midday.

(c) calculatethe maximumvalueof ll predictedby this modelandthevalueof l,


to 2 decimalplaces,whenthis maximumoccurs.
(3)

(d) calculate,to the nearestminute,the timeswhenthe heightofsea wateris predicted,


by this model,to be 7 metres.
(6)

1' 4-4firrs

= o.q lls -. ,'


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8. (a) Simplify tu1ly
2x'+ 9x - 5
x 2+ 2 x - 1 5 (3)

Giventhat

ln(2x2+ 9x- 5)= 1+ln(x2+2x -15), x + -5,

(b) find "r in termsof e.

-5

n l2:L'+1x-5\=t a lnl2Lt

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