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# Mock Exam (2013) F.

## 6 Maths Compulsory Part Paper 1 Solution

(ab2 )3 Γ is the perpendicular bisector of
1. = a 3− 2b 2(3) −5 10. (a)
a 2b5 AB.
= ab (b) Q AP = PB
∴ [ x − (−4)]2 + y 2 = x 2 + ( y − 6)2
2. x 2 − 2x − 3 ≤ 0 2x + 3y − 5 = 0
( x − 3)( x + 1) ≤ 0 Alternative:
−1 ≤ x ≤ 3 Mid-point of A and B
∵ −1 ≤ x ≤ 3 or x > 0 −4 + 0 6 + 0
∴ x ≥ −1
=( , ) = (−2, 3)
2 2
3
Slope of AB =
8 + 12 + a + b 2
3.(a) =9 −1 −2
4 Slope of Γ = =
3 3
a + b = 16
2
(b) The smallest possible median is 8.
Γ is
y−3 −2
4.(a) y 2 − 3 y + 2 = ( y − 2)( y − 1) x − (−2)
=
3
(b) 3 x = 2 or 3 x = 1
2x + 3y − 5 = 0
x = log 3 2 or x = 0
 y = x 2 − 5 x + 4
log 2 c(i) 
or x = or x = 0.631 2 x + 3 y − 5 = 0
log 3
2 x + 3( x 2 − 5 x + 6) − 5 = 0
3 x 2 − 13 x + 13 = 0
5. AC 2 = 52 + 82 − 2(5)(8) cos 60°
∆ = 132 − 4(13)(3) = 13
AC = 7 cm
>0
=
7
sin 30° sin(180° − 30° − 20°)
∴It intersects the quadratic graph.
c(ii)
AD = 4.57 cm
y
Let x be the number of \$1.4 stamps B
6.
to be bought.
1.4 x + 2.4(20 − x) = 36
x = 12
He bought 12 \$1.4 stamps.
A x
The first two negative terms are
11. (a) Mean = 40 Γ
7.(a) Inter-quartile range = 48−32
−1, −5. = 16
50 (b) Let x be the mean age.
(b) Sum = [2(−1) + (50 − 1)(−4)]
2 800 − 2(59) + 2 x
= −4950 = 37
20
x = 29
8.(a) The amount =
200000
(1 +
5
) ∴ The mean age is 29.
12.5 200 (c) The first quartile is 30.
= £16400 The possible ages are {30, 28} or
(b) The amount in HK\$=16400(12) {29, 29}.
=196800
< 200000
∵There is a loss,
12. (a) No. of ways for 5 people
= P55 =5!
so it is not a correct decision.
= 120
9. (a) f (−1) = (−1) 3 − (−1) 2 − 3(−1) − 1 (b) The no. of ways = P22 P33 =2!3!
=0 = 12

x + 1 is a factor.
(b) x 3 − x 2 − 3x − 1 = 0
( x + 1)( x 2 − 2 x − 1) = 0
x = −1 or x = 1 ± 2 13. (a) Let y = a + bx where a, b are constants.
70 = a + 130b 5 3
= 2( )( )
 8 7
50 = a + 150b
15
b = −1 and a = 200 =
28
∴ y = 200 − x
(b) P = ( x − 120) y
= ( x − 120)(200 − x) 2 2
16. (a) AM = = 2 cm
= − x 2 + 320 x − 24000 2
(c) P = − x 2 + 320 x − 24000 (b) The required ∠=∠AMF
= −( x − 160) 2 − 24000 + 160 2 2
tan ∠AMF =
= −( x − 160) 2 + 1600 2
∴ The max. profit is \$1600. ∠AMF = 54.7°

## 14. (a) The volume of water = 24(6 2 π )

3
= 864π cm
33 − 13 1 2 (c)
b(i) The capacity = [ π 9 (24)]
33 3
3
= 624π cm
Alternative:
Let r be the base radius of lower P lies on MF.
part cone.
r 24 − 16
2 2
= tan ∠CAH = =
9 24 2 2 2
r = 3 cm tan ∠CHA = 2 = tan ∠AMF
1
The capacity = π [92 (24) − 32 (8)] ∴ ∠CHA = ∠AMP
3 and ∠CAH = ∠MAP
= 624π cm
3
∴ ∠APM = ∠ACH = 90°
b(ii)
Let h be the depth of water in the
frustum shaped vessel.
∴AP is the required distance.
432π + 24π (h + 8) 3 3
= 17. ai) The interest= \$100,000( %)
24π 83 12
h = 13.3 =\$250
∴ The depth of water is 13.3 cm. (a)(ii) The required amount
Alternative: 3
The base radius of the water surface in = \$[100,000(1 + %) − x]
12
3
the frustum shaped vessel = (h + 8) = \$(100250 − x)
8
(b) After the 2nd instalment,balance
1 3
432π = π [( ) 2 (h + 8) 2 (h + 8) − 3 2 = \$[10 5 (1.0025) − x](1.0025) − x]
3 8
= \$[10 5 (1.0025) 2 − 1.0025 x − x]
h = 13.3 ∴ The required amount
∴ The depth of water is 13.3 cm. = 10 5 (1.0025) n − 1.0025 n −1 x −
1.0025 n − 2 x − .......... − x
12 11 = 10 5 (1.0025) n − x(1.0025 n −1 +
The required probability = ( )
15(a) 30 29 1.0025 n − 2 + .......... + 1)
22
= (1.0025) n − 1
145 = 10 5 (1.0025) n − x[ ]
The required probability 1.0025 − 1
(b) 5 3
= 2( )( )
30 29 = \${100,000(1.0025) n − 400 x[(1.0025) n − 1]}
1 (c) 100,000(1.0025)12 − 400 x[(1.0025)12 − 1] = 0
=
29 x = 8469
1 His desired amount = 0.3(28000)
The required probability = 29 = 8400<8469

(c) 8 7
( )( ) No, it's over his budget.
30 29
15
= Alternative:
28
Alternative: 0.3(28000) = 8400
The required probability Outstanding balance
= 100000(1.0025)12 − 400(8400)(1.002512 − 1)
=843
∴No, its over his budget.

A
18. B

O C
D

(a)(i) Q BO = BC
∠BCO = ∠BOC (base ∠s, isos.∆)
= ∠AOB(given)
∴ AO is a tangent to circle OBC
(Converse of ∠s in alt. segment)
(a)(ii) In ∆OAB and ∆CDB,
∠AOB = ∠BCD (proved in (a))
∠OAB = ∠CDB (ext. ∠, cyclic
BO = BC (given)
∴ ∆OAB ≅ ∆CDB(AAS)
∵ AO⊥OC and OA is a tangent to
(b)(i) circle OBC.
∴ OC is a diameter of circle OBC.
The eqt. is ( x − 6) 2 + y 2 = 6 2
(b)(ii) Q CD = OA
∴ OA + OD = OC
Let A = (0, a ) , then D = (12 − a,0)
12 − a 1
=
a 3
a=9

AO⊥OD
AD is a diameter of circle OAB.
12 − 9 9
The required centre = ( , )
2 2
= (1.5,4.5)