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# 1.

a. .
1 1
3
3 2 1
8
4 2
i.
9 2 3

8 3 4

ii. 3.841361
3.84

5
95

\$1399
1399 or 1399

i.
100
100

\$1329.05

## ii. There was a profit

\$1329.05 \$1064
100%
1064
24.9%

c. Price comparison
i.

350
450
500
83.3ml / \$ vs
84.11ml / \$ vs
86.21ml / \$ ; this shows
4.2
5.35
5.8

that the most cost effective buy s the 500ml box since you get more per
dollar

2. Algebra
a. Factorize completely
4a 2 16
i.
4(a 2)(a 2)
ii.

3y2 2 y 8
( y 2)(3 y 4)

2x y 3
iii. Simultaneous equation 5 x 2 y 12
x 2, y 1
iv. Direct variation the relation is y

1
x which when used gives u y 10
2

and t x 18

## 3. Sets and construction

a. Sets
i. 37 x
ii.
H F U is false, there are 5 persons outside of those two sets
H F I is False, this region is the same as H only and it is not
empty
iii. x 7
b. Geometric Construction//this part is deliberately left out

4. Measurement
a. Volume of external 30 20 15 9000cm3
b. Other calculations
i. 30 3 = 27 cm
ii. 20 3 = 17 cm
iii. 15 1.5 = 13.5 cm
c. Internal volume is 13.5 6196.5cm3
d.

65.1kg

## a. Calculate the unknown angles

x 128 180
i.
x 520
ii. y 1280 , corresponding angles
iii. w 480

b. Transformation
2
i. The transformation is a translation T
4
ii. Draw the triangle and write the point , the coordinates are R "(7,3)

## 6. Functions and graphs

a. Coordinate geometry
i. y x
ii. y x
i. Complete the table
x

-2

-1

-3

-4

-3

## The solutions of the equation are x = -2 and x = 3

7. Statistics
a. Complete the table
weight
1 10
11 20
21 30
31 40
41 50

III
3
IIII
4
IIII
4
IIIIIII
7
II
2

## b. Using class interval 21 30

i. The upper class boundary is 30.5
ii. The class width is 10
iii. The class midpoint is 5.5

Number of bags

## c. Draw the histogram

8. Problem solving/investigation
a. Draw the fourth diagram// [ intentionally omitted]
b. Copy and complete the table

i
ii
iii
Formula

## Figure Number (N) Number of Knots (K) Number of Strings (S)

1
1
3
2
3
7
3
7
15
4
15
31
7
10
N

127
1023
2N 1

255
2047
( N 1)
2
1

Note//The formula was added to question 8 as a check to determine how the numbers were
arrived at and was not required

## 9. Algebra, functions relations and graphs

a. Functions
i. Write expressions for
x7
2

f 1 ( x)

g 1 ( x ) x 1

fg ( x) 2( x 2 1) 7

fg ( x) 2 x 2 5

fg

fg

x5
2

5 g 1 f 1 5

x5
55

5 and
2
2

57
6
2
g 1 (6) 6 1 5
g 1 f 1 5

## b. Distance time graph

i. The car arrived at 8:30
ii. Total time at stops is 45 minutes
iii. Speed is 60km/h
iv. Average speed for the time it was moving , total distance divided by total

average..speed
time which gives

D
T

15
60
200 3.25 61.54km / h
200 3

## 10. Measurement, Geometry and Trigonometry

a. Circle theorem

## i. EHF 680 , triangle EHF is isosceles which means EHF = EFH

ii. FGH EHF 680 , FGH is drawn on the chord FH, the angle between the
tangent and the chord is the same as the angle drawn on the chord

iii. JHE 900 , JH is a diameter which means the radius OH meets the tangent
EH at a right angle

iv. JGH 900 , note that JH is a diameter and JGH is drawn on the diameter, the
angle in the semi-circle is a right angle

b. Geometry/trigonometry

ST
150

sin 22 sin18
ii.
150sin 22
ST
181.8m
sin18

iii.

FT 181.8sin 40
FT 116.9m

## 11. Vectors and Matrices

a. Vectors

AB AO OB
i. 2 6 4
AB
2 1 3

AC AO OC
ii. 2 10 8
AC
2 4 6

iii. AB is twice as long as AC and has the same direction, in addition both share the
point A indicating that AB and AC are the same line. That means A, B and C are
collinear

12 2 x 0
3 x
b. If
is singular then its determinant is zero, so 12 2 x
2 4
x6
c.

## The matrix product is

4 1 1 5 6 21
i. NP

3 2 2 1 7 17
ii. NP PN therefore so the multiplication is not commutative
2
1 2 1 5
iii. N 1

5 3 4 3

2
x 5

y 3

iv.
5
x 0
y 1

1
5

1
5 1 0

4 2 1