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Mathematical Formulae

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A A sin2 A + cos2 A = 1

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## Formulae for ∆ABC

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a2 = b2 + c2 – 2bc cos A
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## 12  The functions f and g are defined by

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g ^xh = x + 1 for x 2-1.

## (i)  Find fg ^8h. [2]

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bx + c
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(iii)  Find an expression for g -1 ^xh, stating its domain and range. [4]

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(iv)  On the same axes, sketch the graphs of y = g ^xh and y = g -1 ^xh, indicating the geometrical
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relationship between the graphs. [3]

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11  The functions f and g are defined, for real values of x greater than 2, by

f (x) = 2 x - 1,
g (x) = x ^x + 1h.

## (i)  State the range of f. [1]

(ii)  Find an expression for f -1 (x) , stating its domain and range. [4]

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(iii)  Find an expression for gf (x) and explain why the equation gf (x) = 0 has no solutions.
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## (iii)  Find an expression for f -1 (x) . [2]

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The function g is defined by g (x) = for x H 0 .
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(iv)  Find the value of x for which gf (x) = 20 . [3]

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## f (x) = x-1-3 for x 2 1,

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(i)  Find gf(37).

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(iii)  Find an expression for g -1 (x) . [2]

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## 7  The functions f and g are defined for real values of x by

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7  3x + 2
(iv)  Show that ff ^xh = and solve ff ^xh = x . [4]
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3  (i)  On the axes below sketch the graph of y = 4 - 5x , stating the coordinates of the points
where the graph meets the coordinate axes. [3]

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(i)  Write down the range of f. [1]

(ii)  Write down a suitable restricted domain for f such that f -1 exists. [1]

## (b)  Functions g and h are such that

g (x) = 2 + 4 ln x for x 2 0 ,
h (x) = x 2 + 4 for x 2 0 .

## (ii)  Solve gh (x) = 10 . [3]

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10  (a)  The function f is defined by f: x 7 sin x for 0° G x G 360° . On the axes below, sketch the
graph of y = f (x) . [2]

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(ii)

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## 8  It is given that f ^xh = 3e 2x for x H 0 ,

g ^xh = ^x + 2h2 + 5     for x H 0 .

## (iii)  Find the exact solution of gf ^xh = 41. [4]

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## 8  (iv)  Evaluate f l^ln 4h. [2]

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The diagram shows the graph of y = f (x) passing through ^0, 4h and touching the x-axis at ^2, 0h.
Given that the graph of y = f (x) is a straight line, write down the two possible expressions for f (x) .
[2]

(b)  On the axes below, sketch the graph of y = e -x + 3, stating the coordinates of any point of
intersection with the coordinate axes. [3]

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## 11  (a)  A function f is such that f ^xh = x 2 + 6x + 4 for x H 0 .

(i)  Show that x 2 + 6x + 4 can be written in the form ^x + ah2 + b , where a and b are integers.
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11 (b)  Functions g and h are such that, for x d R ,

## g ^xh = e x and h ^xh = 5x + 2 .

Solve h 2 g ^xh = 37 . y
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6  (i)   On the axes below, sketch the graph of y = x 2 - 4x - 12 showing the coordinates of the
pointswherethegraphmeetstheaxes. [3]

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## (iii)  Findthevaluesofksuchthattheequation x 2 - 4x - 12 = k hasonly2solutions. [2]

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## (i)  find values of a, b and c such that f (x) = a (x + b) 2 + c , [3]

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