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1.

Number theory and computation


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

8 3 4

2.86 0.75 0.4812


ii. 3.841361
3.84
b. Buying a computer

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.

6196.5 10.5 65063.25 g


65.1kg

5. Geometry and Transformations

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
b. Quadratic Graph
i. Complete the table
x

-2

-1

-3

-4

-3

ii. Draw the graph//

iii. Complete the following

The minimum value occurs at x = 1

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

Tally Number of bags


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

ii. Show that 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

i. RTS 180 140 22 180 , TSR = 1400


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