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1. %. TEST CODE OI234O2O JANUARY 2012FORM TP 2012017 CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION MATHEMATICS Paper 02 - General Proficiency…
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• 1. %. TEST CODE OI234O2O JANUARY 2012FORM TP 2012017 CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION MATHEMATICS Paper 02 - General Proficiency 2 hours 40 minutes 04 JANUARY 2012 (a.m.) Reouired Examination Materials Electronic calculator Geometry set Graph paper (provided) - T - DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTILYOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO. READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. 1. This paper consists of TWO sections. 2. There are EIGHT questions in Section I and THREE questions in Section II. 3. Answer ALL questions in Section I, and any TWO questions from Section II. 4. Write your answers in the booklet provided. 5. All working must be clearly shown. 6. A list of formulae is provided on page 2 of this booklet. : Copyight O 2009 Caribbean Examinations Council :: All rights reserved. = ot234ozotJANUARY/r'2012 :=
• 2. v LIST OF F'ORMULAE Volume of a prism Volume of cylinder Volume of a right pyramid Circumference Arc length Area of a circle Area of a sector Area of trapezium Roots of quadratic equations V Trigonometric ratios Area of triangle Sine rule Cosine rule 0 1 234020/JANUARYiF 20 I 2 +bx+c:0, -b+"16'i; 2a opposite side : aypotenuse Page 2 V : Ah where I is the area of a cross-section and h is the perpendicular length. Y: nf h where r is the radius of the base and & is the perpendicular height. V : ! m where A is the area of the base and h is theperpendicular height.3 C:2nr where r is the radius of the circle. S: * x2nr where 0 is the angle subtended by the arc, measured in degrees. A: nf where r is the radius of the circle. e A: 360 x nl where 0 is the angle of the sector, measured in degrees. A : + @ + b) ft where a and b are the lengths of the parallel sides and ft is the perpendicular distance between the parallel sides. If ax2 then x sin 0 ^ adjacent side cos u : -l-------;- nypotenuse ^ oDDosite side tan 0 : -++-.::adlacent srde Area of A : I U, where b is the length of the base and ft is the perpendicular height. I Area of L,ABC : ; ab sin C Areaof MBC : , a+b+cwnere 2 abc sinA sinB sin C a2 : b2 * c2 - 2bccosA Opposite *b Adjacent s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c) GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 3. SECTION I AnswerALL the questions in this section. All working must be clearly shown. 1. (a) Using a calculator, or otherwise, calculate the EXACT value of Page 3 ( 3 marks) ( 3 marks) / t2 ^l(i) [t;,,) -- 31 ' expressing vour answer as a fraction (ii) Jaos29 + 0.216, expressing your answer in standard form. (b) A typist is paid a basic wage of \$22.50 per hour for a 4O-hour week. (i) Calculate the typist's basic weekly wage. Overtime is paid at one and a half times the basic hourly rate. ( l mark) (iD Calculate the overtime wage for ONE hour of overtime work. ( l mark) To earn some extra money, the typist decided to work overtime. Calculate (iiD the wage she would earn for overtime if she worked for a TOTAL of 52 hours during agivenweek. ( 2marks) (i") the number of overtime hours she must work during a given week to eam a TOTALwage of \$1440. ( 2marks) Total 12 marks 0 123 4020/ IANUARY/p 20 I 2 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 4. ./ Solve the pair of simultaneous equations 3x + 2Y: 13 x - 2Y: -1. Factorise completely (i) x2 - 16 (ii) 2x2 - 3x + 8x - 12. A universal set, U, is defined as: U : { 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,58, 59 } A andB are subsets of U, such that: I : { odd numbers } .B: { prime numbers } (i) List the members of the setl. (ii) List the members of the set B. (iiD Draw a Venn diagram to represent the sets A, B and U. (i) Using a pair of compasses, a ruler and a pencil (a) Page 4 ( 3 marks) (1mark) ( 2 marks) ( lmark ) ( lmark ) ( lmark ) (lmark) ( lmark ) ( 3 marks) (b) 3. (c) Tickets for a football match are sold at \$30 for EACH adult and \$15 for EACH child. A company bought 28 tickets. (i) Ifx of these tickets were for adults, write in terms ofx, a) the number of tickets for children b) the amount spent on tickets for adults c) the amount spent on tickets for children. (iD Show that the TOTAL amount spent on the 28 tickets is \$(15x + 420). ( lmark ) (iiD Given that the cost of the 28 tickets was \$660, calculate the number of adult tickets bought by the company. ( 2 marks) Total12 marks (a) (b) a) construct a triangle CDE in which DE : 10 cm, DC : 8 cm and Z CDE:45". ( 4 marks) b) construct a line, CF, perpendicular to DE such that F lies on DE. ( 2 marks) (ii) Using a protractor, measure and state the size of I DCE. ( 1 mark ) Total 12 marks 0 1 234020/JANU ARY E 2012 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 5. 4. Page 5 (a) The following is an extract from a bus schedule. The bus begins its journey at Belleview, travels to Chagville and ends its journey at St. Andrews. Town Arrive Depart Belleview 6:40 a.m. Chagville 7:35 a.m. 7:45 a.m. St. Andrews 8:00 a.m. (i) (ii) (iiD (i) (ii) (iiD Water is poured into a cylindrical water was poured into the bucket, bucket with a base area of 300 cm2. If 4.8 litres of what is the height of the water in the bucket? ( 3 marks) How long did the bus spend at Chagville? ( 1 mark ) How long did the bus take to travel from Belleview to Chagville? ( lmark ) The bus travelled at an average speed of 54 km/hour from Belleview to Chagville. Calculate, in kilometres, the distance from Belleview to Chagville. ( 2 marks) (b) (c) The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a cuboid with length 13 cm, width 4 cm and height ft cm. thcm ryl. State, in terms of ft, the area of the shaded face of the cuboid. ( 1 mark ) Write an expression, in terms of h, for the volume of the cuboid. ( 1 mark ) If the volume of the cuboid is 286 cm3 calculate the height, h, of the cuboid. ( 2 marks) Total ll marks I I t_ O 1 23 4O2O I JANUARY/F 20 I 2 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 6. v 5. (a) The diagram below, not drawn JK parallel to ML. LM: MP, LMP:36. to scale, shows TWO triangles, JKL and, KLP is a straight line, angle JLM: 22" Page 6 MLP,with and angle Calculate, giving reasons for your answers, the measure of EACH of the following: (i) z MLP (iD t rJK (iiD z JKL (iv) z KLJ (b) The diagrambelow shows atriangle, PQR,andits image, P'e,R,. ( 4 marks) State the coordinates of P and, Q. ( 2 marks) Desciibe fully the transformation that maps triangle PQRonto triangle P,Q,R,. ( 2 marks) images of P and Qunder the translation (D (ii) (iiD Write down the coordinates of the I ',l. [-6] ( 2 marks) Total 10 marks GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE v 0 l 234020/JANUARY/r' 20 1 2
• 7. 6. Page 7 Thetablebelowshowscorrespondingvaluesofxandyforthefunctiony:f-2x-3,for integer values ofx from -2to 4. Copy and complete the table. ( 2marks) (c) (d) Using a scale of 2 cm to represent I unit on thex-axis, and 1 cm to represent L unit on they-axis, plot the points whose x andy values are recorded in your table, and draw a smooth curve through your points. ( 4 marks) Using your graph, estimate the value ofy when x:3.5. Show on your graph how the value was obtained. ( 2 marks) Without further calculations, (D write the equation of the axis of symmetry of the graph ( 1 mark ) (iD estimate the minimum value of the functiony ( I mark ) (iiD state the values of the solutions of the equation: x2 - 2x - 3 : 0. ( I mark ) Total ll marks (a) (b) ( ( x .| -1 0 I 2 a J 4 v 5 -J -4 0 5 0 1 234020IJANUARY/F 20 1 2 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 8. l, 7. The histogram below shows the distribution of heights of seedlings in a sample. (a) copy and complete the frequency table for the data in the sample. Determine (i) the modal class interval (ii) the number of seedlings in the sample (iiD the mean height of the seedlings (iv) the probability that a seedling chosen at random has a height that is GREATER than3o"-'' - (2marks) Total 12 marks GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE (b) Page 8 ( 3 marks) ( lmark ) ( 2 marks) ( 4 marks) - i i-.i" i +-.i i i !iii ia:r ir:l i:i: i-l l."l 'n".i" i..-i" "i"i-i- i iir:j...i...i...i.1.. {requ .i...i..i.i'1. enclT !i i...i...i.. ''l-...: -i .i i r-i _!..-t_f.-1_ ..1...j....i....1 "j-t- i"i .i..i.-i-i i:iii ii:i i;!i -i-: -i"i-.,i,...i...i--i.' ...i,..i...i.,,i.. -30r -i"t- i" l i 1...!...:. +-l-.i -i .i. iiii - f- f..t.' l- i--l- i.-i- ...i....!...r...1... .1...i....1....i.. -j -l "t-: .i.--:.-.i..-i.. -i'i-i--i -i-;-.i-.i- ..!...t...:....1... -i-j" : - i- -i-.i-i-.i i-i-i-i 'f-t- f- r.' -.i-.i-i-.i il- +-.n-.i, li : : i li -r-t i]i.': i-i ii:l ._i_...:...i...;.. iil-i..1 i:ii --.j....;--..i-..; -l -i-1 -l - -.i-i-.i-.1" tlii rzui.:iii -i-i-i-'i "i-l -i-l- i ._:_...i...:-. t-.1.-t-1" lliii '.t-: :_ ;...i....i...j. -+'.i-.i'.i" i"t".l-i'r".f..+- ! -t.,-!..-i-.,,i.. ri:i .4-.i-.t-.1. i-i-:-1 ii: i_i- i_i li...i..'i...i.. .i...:...i...:... !iii .i...i--.;-...i-.. -1- f" t_-l "f- t" f-t _i.. i" i..:' '1" t- t_1" ...!-+ l'. i iiii - lU.!. !.. .....,...+. i-i i i i-i -i-i' .+...i-i-.i. tti: .i-i-i i i" t- i"1 !....i...:...i i....1.-i.-i i....i...i...i ii:i :ii: i.':''''i'''i i-i-r'i i-i !1 iii: i i-.l i- 'l : t-l' t".t-t-.i .i...1...i-...:.,. .! 1-t-t- i....i...i-.i.. I i....:....i ii:: ..:...!.,.i....i.. ::i: -f- t" f-l i-.i"i" i- -i_ i- i- i ..i--i....i- i .i...:...i-...i. i::: iiii ii:: ..i...1...i..-1.- "i-i -l-l' l -r--i--r- i 10...i ;...i .1...r....i....i...r r r-j--r l-: i i i r i-20-i-i .i..1......, I , i...i l-l'-r'-i i ro..i .i ..i f j-;-r-i i iil i ii i i-r- 40 -i-i :- ..,....i.... 1 ,...:. .1...:. 'i... i. .i. | .;... i -i- . ii50 i1i , ., ' 1 1..i...i.i li:: ..i.,,i...i..,i. -n".n-.n";- iii: !iti "i-.i--t".i' t:ii -i-i-.n-.i ..1....i...!...1. -i" i -i-i "i-i-l -l .1...1....1...i. Heigh -l ..i-:-t' -r-i i-i rn cn "i-i"i i ...i...i-.i.-.i.-. "|_ i- f"i' "f-l "t-l' - t_1- f- l Height in cm Mid-point tr'requency 1-10 5.5 18 11 - 20 15.5 25 2t-30 31 -40 41-50 o r23 4020I JANUARY/F 20 I 2
• 9. !/ 8. An answer sheet is proyided for this question. Sarah is making a pattern of squares using straws. She longer straws for the diagonals. The first three figures below: Page 9 uses four straws for the sides and two in her sequence of shapes are shown (a) (b) Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 On your answer sheet, draw Figure 4,the FOURTH shape in the pattern. ( 2 marks) On your answer sheet, complete the TWO rows in the table for (D Figure 4 (ii) Figure 10. ( 4 marks) Which figure in the sequence uses 106 straws? ( 2 marks) Obtain an expressi on in n, for the total number of straws used in the nth pattern. ( 2marks) Total l0 marks (i) tll ttt F------+ +--- ttt ltt (ii) I (c) (d) Total Number of Straws tr'igure Formula Number 1(6) - 0 6 2 2(6) - r 1l J 3(6) - 2 16 4 0 t23 4020I JANUARY/p 20 I 2 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 10. t 9. SECTION II Answer TWO questions in this section. ALGEBRAAND RELATIONS, FUNCTIONS AND GRAPHS (a) (D Make I the subject of the formula 2x +3 ' -r-4 (ii) Hence,determinetheinverseof f(x = 2x+3 " where x*4. x-4' (iii) Find the value ofx for which/(:r) : 0. (b) Page 10 ( 2 marks) ( 2 marks) ( 2 marks) The diagram below shows the graphs of three lines and a shaded region defined by three inequalities associated with these lines. The inequality associated with the line 3y: * is 3y > _r. lY' iii N x- ) ".'i-:'-i' +i30 \$.i-.j- :!5i \$ "iiFl +,"-i-l *..i_.i_.1 H,i:l [H +;i ii! wJ--;-rn ..i...;.... Fffi --i I F..i Ni+10-i-i-l : _ 1"1" f- t i i::i...i: *E !n-FEEi. ffi ffifi>rfr '.1...i .:.i.''.i, N i;-* fr Ilni-';' N10 30 40 -x (D State the other TWO inequalities which define the shaded region. The function p : 4x + 3y satisfies the solution ( 2 marks) set represented by the closed triangular Identi\$' the three pairs of (x, y) values for whichp has a maximum or a minimum value. ( 3 marks) Which pair of (x, y) values makesp a maximum? Justify your answer. ( 4 marks) Total 15 marks 20 regron. (ii) (iii) 0 123 4020I JANUARY/p 20 1 2 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
• 11. t (a)10. Page 1l MEASUREMENT, GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a regular hexagon with centre, O, and AO: 5 cm. (b) (i) Determine the size of angle AOB. (iD Calculate, to the nearest whole number, the area of the hexagon. The diagram below, not drawn to scale, shows a vertical pole, PL, a hoizontal plane, KLM. The angle of elevation of P from K is 28", LM:19mand ZKLM:115". P ( 2 marks) ( 3 marks) standing on KL: 15 M, a) b) c) PL KM the angle of elevation of P from M. M ONE right angle. ( 2 marks) ( 2 marks) ( 3 marks) ( 3 marks) Total 15 marks GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE (iD (D Copy the diagram. Show the angle of elevation ,28" and Calculate, giving your answer to 2 significant figures, the measure of O 1234O2O / JANUARYIF 20 1 2
• 12. 'i-i-i ir'i-' f' I i_ |y ij. .'....i...+...i.. 4 -i-i A' -i.--f-t--?-' ...t_..i....:.__!_. ...!...i....:.,,i,. F*1. ; ii ;ll z i' r ilii! tt:''': ; r 'i- ..i....i...i :ii-!-:'i.' i.,l-ir'i-i-i- i..:...!...i.. '''i''." iijri-i-i i:i i-i O 1...i....i...: i...!....i t ....i . i t....i...1...:...i... i:.itii 3 .::| i".i 4 f iii il i :.i ii6 i..:; il i ;:..1: x ?--i- i-1 i" a---t-1 v Page 12 11. (a) The diagram below shows two position vectors & una dg. (i) Write as a column vector, ln tn" for- [t] . a) dt Y) ( lmark ) b) ota ( l mark ) c) 3A ( 2 marks) ! (iD Given that G is the mid-point of the line AB, write as a column vector in the /x forml l: v) a) ic (lmark) b) ic (lmark) (b) L and M are two matrices where (t 2 (-t 3) ':[' 4) anaM:[o 2) Evaluate (i) L+2M (2marks) (iD LM (2marks) (+ 2) (c) The matrix, Q, is such that O : [l t) (i) FindQ-1. (2marks) (iD Using a matrix method, find the values of x andy in the equation (+ 2 /x /s [' ')l;: [,J ( 3 marks) Total 15 marks END OF'TEST IF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST. I
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