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## The Chinese Foundation Secondary School

Annual Examination 2011-2012
S.5 Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
Paper 1

(a) i111

(3 marks)

(4 marks)

## 4. In the figure, O is the centre of the semi-circle PRQ. PR = 2RQ.

(a) Find PRQ and RPQ. (Correct the answer to the nearest
0.1)

(b) If RQ = 6 cm, find the radius OP. (Correct the answer to the
nearest 0.1 cm)
(5 marks)

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5. In the figure, PA and PB are tangents to the circle ABC at A and B
respectively. O is the centre of the circle and AOB = 2APB

(4 marks)

## 6. Find the centre and radius of the circle x2 + y2 – 6x + 4y + 12 = 0.

(3 marks)

7. Given two points A(3, 4) and B(-1, -6). P is a moving point such that
PA = PB.

## (b) Find the equation of the locus of P.

(3 marks)

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8. Describe the following transformations involved when the graph y =
f(x) is transformed to y = g(x). (5 marks)

(b) sin x x
4 sin +1
2

(c) x2 1 + 4x2

points P and Q.

## (b) Find the length of PQ.

(5 marks)

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Section A(2) (35 marks)

10.
3x  1
(a) Solve the inequality  4.
7

7 1
(b) Hence, solve the inequality  .
3( y  1) 2  1 4
(5 marks)

## (a) If repetition of digits is allowed, how many of the numbers

formed are

(i) odd?

(ii) divisible by 5?

formed are

(ii) even?
(6 marks)

## 12. A debate team of four is to be selected from a group of 6 boys and 8

girls. Find the number of ways in forming the team if

## (c) there are at least 2 boys in the team?

(6 marks)

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13. Solve the equation 2x+1 + 4x = 80. (5 marks)

## 14. Given that 2 – i is a root of the equation x2 + ax + b = 0 where a, b

are real numbers.

## (b) Hence, find the complex roots of the equation 4x 2 – 2ax + b =

0.
(7 marks)

15. A soccer team wins a game with a probability of 0.6. The team loses
a game with a probability of 0.3 and gets a tie with a probability of
x.

## (iii) the team will not get a tie.

(6 marks)

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Section B (35 marks)

## 16. In Figure (A), M is the mid-point of the chord AC which intersects

the chord BD at P. O is the centre of the circle.

## Hence, or otherwise, show that AP  PC = BP  PD.

(5 marks)

(b) The circle in Figure (A) is now placed in the coordinate system
with the centre O at the origin.

(B))

## (ii) Furthermore, if AOB is a diameter, find the coordinates

of B and the length DP.
(5 marks)

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17. The figure show the graph of y = log4x.

## (a) By adding a suitable straight line on the graph, solve the

following equation graphically.

## (i) 3log4x – 1.5 = 0

8
(ii) log 4    2
x
(5 marks)

equations.

## (ii) 3[log4(3t) – log4(t2 - 1)] = 1.5

(4 marks)

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18. In the figure, the grapy y = ax2 + bx passes through the origin and
the point (4, 0). The vertex of the graph is V.

(a) Write down the coordinates of V. Also, find the values of a and
b. (3 marks)

(b) The same curve can be given by the equation y = a(x - h)2 + k.
Find the values of h and k. (2 marks)

(c) The curve is reflected about the y-axis and then enlarged in x
with scale factor 2 to become the graph of y = g(x). Sketch the
graph of g(x). Indicate the coordinates of the vertex an the
x-intercepts on the graph. (2 marks)

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19. In Box A, there are 3 red marbles, 1 white marble and 2 black
marbles. In Box B, there are 2 red marbles, 3 white marbles and 2
black marbles. The marbles are all identical in size and shape. A fair
dice is rolled. If the number show up is a multiple of 3, then a
marble is drawn at random from Box A and then put into Box B;
otherwise, a marble is drawn at random from Box B an then put into
Box A.

boxes.

## (iii) there are equal number of white marbles in the two

boxes.
(6 marks)

(b) Suppose the process of “roll a dice and then transfer marble” is
completed twice. Find the probability that there are no white
marbles in Box A given that the both numbers turn up are
multiple of 3. (3 marks)

***END OF PAPER***

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## The Chinese Foundation Secondary School

Annual Examination 2011 – 2012
Mathematics Paper 2

## Class: 5 Class Number: Time: 11:30 – 12:45

Full Marks : 45

Instructions

1. Read carefully the instructions on the Answer Sheet and insert the
information required in the spaces provided.

## 2. All questions carry equal marks.

4. You should mark only ONE answer for each question. If you mark
question.

## The diagrams in this paper are not necessarily drawn to scale.

Choose the best answer for each question.
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## 1. Let f(x) be a quadratic function. If the coordinates of the vertex of

the graph of y = f(x) are (3, -4), which of the following must be true?

## A. The roots of the equation f(x) = 0 are integers.

B. The roots of the equation f(x) – 3 = 0 are rational numbers.
C. The roots of the equation f(x) + 4 = 0 are real numbers.
D. The roots o the equation f(x) + 5 = 0 are not-real numbers.

## 2. In the figure, the curve y = -x2 + x + 6 intersects the x-axis at A and

B and the y-axis at C. Find the area of ABC.

A. 6 sq. units
B. 15 sq. units
C. 18 sq. units
D. 30 sq. units

## 3. If the price of a hamburger is lowered by \$2, 5 more hamburgers can

be bought with \$120. Which of the following equations gives the
original price \$x of a hamburger?

120 120
A.  5
x x2
120 120
B.  5
x x2
120 120
C.  5
x2 x
120 120
D.  5
x2 x

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4.   16i =
9

A. 2 – 4i
B. 2 + 4i
C. 4 + 2i
D. 4 – 2i

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5. If x is a real number, then the real part of (x + 3i)(3 + i) is

A. 3x
B. x+3
C. 3x + 3
D. 3x – 3

## 6. In the figure, O is the centre of the circle. BAC = x and ABC =

2x. Find ABC.

A. 30
B. 40
C. 50
D. 60

7. In the figure, O is the centre of the circle. OBC = 50 and ACO
= 20. Find AOB.

A. 50
B. 60
C. 70
D. 80

## 8. In the figure, O is the centre of the circle. If PQ = QR and POR =

160. Find x.

A. 20
B. 30
C. 40
D. 50

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9. In the figure, the chord HNK is perpendicular to the diameter AB
at N. AN = 3 cm and HK = 12 cm. Fin the radius of the circle.

A. 7.5 cm
B. 8 cm
C. 9 cm
D. 12 cm

10. In the figure, BAC = 15, BED = 60 and CD = 24 cm. Find BD.

A. 8 cm
B. 30 cm
C. 32 cm
D. 34 cm

## 11. In the figure, AB is the tangent to the circle at B, CD // AB, ABD

= 110 and BE = CE.

Find DCE

A. 95
B. 105
C. 115
D. 125

12. In the figure, O is the centre of the circle ABCD. BAO = 28,
BCD = 114 and CDO = 42. Find ABC.

A. 90
B. 96
C. 100
D. 138

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13. Given a circle of radius 1 cm. A moving point P maintains a fixed
distance of 1 cm from the circle, which of the following dotted
lines/curves may represent the locus of P?

## 14. Which of the following is/are the equation(s) of the locus of a

moving point P which always maintains a distance of 4 units from
the line L: x = -4?

I. x=0
II. y=0
III. x = -8
IV. y = -8

A. I only
B. II only
C. I and III only
D. II and IV only

15. The coordinates of points A and B are (1, -3) and (-5, 7) respectively.
If P is a point lying on the straight line y = x + 2 such that AP = PB,
then the coordinates of P are

A. (0, 2)
B. (3, 5)
C. (-2, 0)
D. (-2, 2)
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16. Consider two circles C1: x2 + y2 + 8x – 6y + 9 = 0 and C2: x2 + y2 –
6y = 0.

## I. C1 and C2 have the same centre.

II. The radius of C1 is greater than that of C2.
III. Both C1 and C2 cut the y-axis at two points.

A. I only
B. II only
C. I and II only
D. II and III only

## 17. If the line y = mx is a tangent to the circle x2 + y2 – 5x + 4 = 0, find

the value(s) of m.

3
A.
4
3 3
B. or -
4 4
C. -3 or 3
D. -4 or 4

## 18. In the figure, C1: x2 + y2 + 2x – 4y – k = 0 touches C2: x2 + y2 – 4x +

4y + 4 = 0. O1 and O2 are their centres respectively. Find the value of
k.

A. 0
B. 1
C. 2
D. 4

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19. In the figure, the radius of the circle and the coordinates of the centre
are r and (h, k) respectively. Which of the following are true?

I. h+k>0
II. r – h > 0
III. r – k > 0

A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II and III only
D. I, II and III

## 20. If the straight line x + y – 3 = 0 divides the circle x2 + y2 + 2x – ky –

4 = 0 into two equal parts, then k =

A. -8
B. -4
C. 4
D. 8

## 21. If the straight line x – y = 0 and the circle x2 + y2 + 6x + ky – k = 0

do not intersect with each other, find the range of values of k.

A. 2 < k < 18
B. -18 < k < -2
C. k < 2 or k > 18
D. k < -18 or k > -2

## A. All real values of x except -4

B. x  -4
C. x  -4
D. No solutions

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23. Solve x2  1.

A. x<1
B. x=1
C. x  -1
D. -1  x  1

## 24. Find the possible range of x that satisfies (x - 2)2 + 3(x - 2) – 10  0.

A. x  -3
B. x  -4
C. x  -2 or x  4
D. -3  x  4

## 25. If the graph of y = x2 + kx + k has no x-intercepts, find the possible

values of k.

A. 0<k<4
B. k < 0 or k > 4
C. k>0
D. k>4

x x
26. Given the graph of y = cos , solve cos  0 for 0  x  360.
2 2

A. x  180
B. 0  x  180
C. 180  x  360
D. x  180

27. Which of the regions in the figure may represent the solution of
0  x  2

x  y  8 ?
3x  8y  24

A. Region I
B. Region II
C. Region III
D. Region IV

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y  2x  3
y  x  3
28. Which of the following equations in  is redundant?
x0

y  3

A. x>0
B. y<3
C. y  2x + 3
D. y  -x + 3

29. Find the constraints that determine the shaded region in the figure.

A. -16  3x – 2y  12
B. -24  2x – 3y < 18
C. 18 < 2x – 3y  24
D. -24 < 2x + 3y  1

30. In the figure, at which point in the shaded region will the value of P
= 2x + 3y – 5 be the greatest?

A. (2, 2)
B. (5, 4)
C. (6, 2)
D. (6, 4)

31. The figure shows a shaded region. If (h, k) is a point lying the
shaded region, which of the following must be true?

I. k3
II. h – k  -3
III. 2h + k  6

A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II and III only
D. I, II and III

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32. Given f(x) = x2 and g(x) = x2 + 4x + 4. Describe the transformation
on the graph of y = f(x) to the graph of y = g(x).

## A. Translate upwards by 4 units

B. Translate downwards by 4 units
C. Translate leftwards by 2 units
D. Translate rightwards by 2 units

33. The graph of y = x(x - 2)(x + 1) is reflected about the y-axis. The
graph of its image has equation

A. y = -x(x - 2)(x + 1)
B. y = x(x + 2)(x - 1)
C. y = -x(x - 2)(x + 1)
D. y = -x(x + 2)(x - 1)

1 1
34. Given f(x) = and g(x) = . Which of the following can
x 2x
transform the graph of y = f(x) to the graph of y = g(x)?

1
I. Reduce the graph of y = f(x) along the y-axis to times the
2
original
1
II. Reduce the graph of y = f(x) along the x-axis to times the
2
original
III. Enlarge the graph of y = f(x) along the x-axis to 2 times the
original

A. I only
B. II only
C. I and II only
D. I and III only

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35. In the figure, y = f(x). f(x) =

1
A. sin(x + 180) + 3
2
1
B. sin(x + 180) + 4
2
C. cos x + 3
1
D. cos(x + 180) + 4.
2

(n  1)!
36. 
(n  1)!

A. n(n + 1)
B. n(n – 1)
C. n
D. (n + 1)(n – 1)

A. n2 – 1
B. n2
C. n(n – 1)
D. n(n + 1s)

## 38. In how many ways can 7 balls of different colors be placed in 4

bags?

A. 47
B. 74
C. P47
D. C 74

39. How many 4-digit numbers can be formed from the digits 0, 1, 2, 5,
7 without repetition?

A. 96
B. 120
C. 500
D. 625

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40. The Venn diagram shows the universal set U = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9}, A = {1, 3, 5, 7} and B = {2, 3, 5, 7, 9}. Which of the following
sets is represented by the shaded region?

A. {1, 2, 9}
B. (3, 5, 7)
C. {0, 4, 6, 8}
D. {1, 2 , 3, 5, 7, 9}

## 41. The figure shows a dartboard formed by 16 squares of identical sizes.

Vincent randomly throws a dart and hits the dartboard. If the dark
falls on one of the shaded regions, find the probability that the dart is
on a square at a corner.

1
A.
7
1
B.
4
4
C.
7
7
D.
16

2 1
42. If A are B are two events such that P(A) = , P(A  B) = and
5 2
3
P(A  B) = . P(B) =
20

1
A.
10
1
B.
4
1
C.
2
3
D.
5

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43. There are three entrances in a shopping mall. If Mr and Mrs Smith
choose one entrance at random respectively, what is the probability
that they choose the same entrance?

1
A.
9
1
B.
6
1
C.
3
2
D. •
3

2
44. The probability of getting a head tossing an unfair coin is . Find
3
the probability that at lest one of the next two tosses will result in

1
A.
9
2
B.
9
4
C.
9
8
D.
9

## 45. In how many ways can 4 students A, B, C and D be queued up in a

row if A and B cannot stand together?

A. 6
B. 12
C. 18
D. 24

***End of Paper***

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## The Chinese Foundation Secondary School

Annual Examination 2011-2012
S.5 Mathematics (Compulsory Part)
Paper I (Suggested Solution)

1. x2 + 4x = 0

x(x + 4) = 0

x = 0 or x = -4

2.
(a) i111 = i4  28 +3

= (i4)28  i3

= i3

= -i

## (b) (-1 + i)2 = (-1)2 – 2i + (i)2

= 1 – 2i – 1

= -2i

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3.
(a) ∵ AB : BC : CA = 5 : 4 : 3

circumference)

## Let ACB = 5k, BAC = 4k and ABC = 3k

Then, 5k + 4k + 3k = 180

k = 15

## So, ABC = 45

∵ D is the mid-point of AC

## ∴ ABD = CBD (equal chords, equal arcs)

1
Hence, ABD =  45
2

= 22.5

= 5  15

= 75

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4.
(a) PRQ = 90 ( in semi-circle)

QR
tanRPQ =
PR

1
tanRPQ =
2

PQ = 13.42 cm

## So, OP = 6.7 cm (corr to the nearest 0.1 cm)

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5.
(a) Note that OAP = 90 and OBP = 90 (tangent property)

## AOB + APB + 90 + 90 = 360

1
AOB + AOB = 180
2

AOB = 120

1
(b) APB = AOB
2

= 60

∵ AP = BP (tangent property)

180  60
PBA =
2

= 60

## Since PBA = APB, we have AB = AP (side opp. eq. s)

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  6 4
6. Centre of the circle =   , 
 2 2

= (3, -2)

1
Radius of the circle = (6) 2  (4) 2  4(12)
2

=1

Alternative Solution

x 2  y 2  6x  4y  12  0

(x 2  6x  9)  ( y 2  4y  4)  9  4  12

(x  3) 2  ( y  2) 2  1

## Hence, the centre is (3, -2) and the radius is 1.

7.
(a) The locus of P is the perpendicular bisector of AB.

## (b) Let P be (x, y).

Then, (x  3) 2  ( y  4) 2  (x  1) 2  ( y  6) 2

x 2  6x  9  y 2  8y  6  x 2  2x  1  y 2  12y  36

2x + 5y + 3 = 0

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8.
(a) The transformation translated 3 units to the left and then

## The transformation enlarged along y-axis with a scale factor 4

and then translated 1 unit upward.

## (c) The transformation enlarged along y-axis with a scale factor 4

an then translated 1 unit upward.

9.
(a) Sub y = 8 into y = x2 – 2xm

x2 – 2x = 8

x2 – 2x – 8 = 0

x = 4 or x = -2

respectively.

## (b) The length of PQ = 4 – (-2)

=6

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10.
3t  1
(a) 4
7
3t + 1 > 28
t>9
7 1
(b) 
3( x  1)  1 4
2

3( x  1) 2  1
4
7
(x - 1)2 > 9 (by (a))
x2 – 2x – 8 > 0
x < 2 or x > 4
11.
(a)
(i) The number of ways in forming odd numbers
= 5  2 = 10 (5 choices for tens digit/2 choices for unit
digit) = 5C1  2C1
(ii) The number of ways in forming numbers divisible by 5
= 5  1 = 5 (5 choices for tens digit/1 choice (number
zero) for unit digit)
(b)
(i) The number of ways in forming numbers less than 40
= 3  5 = 15 (3 choices for tens digit/5 choices for unit
digit)
(ii) The number of ways in forming even numbers
= 5 + 4  3 = 17
(When unit digit = 0, there are 5 choices)
(When unit digit  0, there are 3 choices for the unit
digit and 4 choices for the tens digit)

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12.
(a) The number of ways = C144  1001 (choosing 4 members from
14)

## (b) The number of ways = C 62  C 82  420 (choosing 2 boys from

6 and 2 girls from 8)

## (2 boys selected: C 62  C 82 / 3 boys selected: C 36  C18 / 4 boys

selected: C 64  C 80 )

13. 2 x 1  4 x  80

2 x  2  (2 x ) 2  80

y 2  2y  80  0

y = -10 (rejected) or y = 8

2x = 8

x=3

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14.
(a) ∵ 2 – i is a root of x2 + ax + b = 0

 Method I:

[x-(2-i)][x-(2+i)]

= (x-2+i)(x-2-i)

= x2 - 4x + 5

By comparing coef,
a = -4 , b= 5

 Method II:

root = 2 - i

x2 + ax + b = 0

(2-i)2 + a(2-i) + b = 0

3 + 2a + b - i(4+a) = 0

3 + 2a + b = 0 -------------------------- (1)

∴ a = -4

b=5

## (b) When a = -4 and b = 5, the equation becomes

4x2 + 8x + 5 = 0

 8  8 2  4(4)(5) 1
x 1 i
2(4) 2

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15.
(a) x + 0.3 + 0.6 = 1

x = 0.1

(b)
(i) P(win exactly one game)

= 0.6  (1 - 0.6)  C 12

= 0.48

## (ii) P(lose at most one game)

= 1 – P (lose 2 games)

= 1 – 0.32

= 0.91

## (iii) P(the team will not ice)

= (1 - x)2

= 0.81

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16.
(a) OM  AC (line joining centre and mid-point of chord  chord)

= AP  (MC - MP)

= AP  PC

## Since OA = OB (radii), we have

AP  PC = BP  PD

(b)
  10  8 0  6 
(i) The coordinates of M =  , 
 2 2 

= (-1, 3)

## Let P be (xp, yp)

∵ MP : PC = 1 : 2

∴ xp = and yP =
3 3

=2 =4

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## ∴ The coordinates of B are (10, 0)

AP  (2  10) 2  (4  0) 2

 160

PC  (2  8) 2  (4  6) 2

 40

PB  (2  10) 2  (4  0) 2

 80

By (a), we have AP  PC = BP  PD

160  40
So, DP =
80

 80

## = 8.94 units (corr to 3 sig fig)

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17.
(a)
(i) 3log4x – 1.5 = 0

log4x = 0.5

## From the graph, the solution is x = 2.

8
(ii) l o g4    2
x

log48 – log4x = 2

log 8
 log 4 x  2
log 4

log4x = -0.5

## (Remark: pp – 1 for not labeling the straight line

drawn)

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(b)
(i) 3log4(x2 - x) – 0.5 = 0

x2 – x = 2

x2 – x – 2 = 0

x = 2 or x = -1

## (ii) 3[log4(3t) – log4(t2 - 1)] = 1.5

 3t 
3 log 4  2   1.5  0
 t  1

3t
2
t2 1

2t2 – 3t – 2 = 0

1
t=2 or t = -
2
(rejected as log(t2 - 1) is undefined)

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18.
(a) The coordinates of V are (2, 12)

16a  4b  0

∴ 
4a  2b  12

## Solving, we have a = -3 and b = 12.

Alternative Solution

0)(x - 4)

a = -3

and b = -4a

= 12

## (b) The vertex of y = a(x - h)2 + k is (h, k)

Hence, h = 2 and k = 12

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(c)

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19.
(a)
(i) P(more red marbles in Box A)

## = P(Box A is chosen and red marble not transferred)

+ P(Box B is chosen)

1  3 2
=  1   
3  6 3

5
= (Accept 0.833)
6

## = P(Box A is chosen and black marble not transferred)

+P(Box B is chosen and black marble not transferred)

1  2 2  2
  1     1  
3  6 3  7

44
 (Accept 0.698)
63

## = P(Box B is chosen is chosen and white is transferred)

2 3
 
3 7

2
 (Accept 0.286)
7

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(b) P(no white marbles in Box A | both numbers are multiple of 3)

## = P(white marble is transferred in 1st draw or white marble is

transferred in 2nd draw)

1 5 5 1
   
6 5 6 5

1
=  (Accept 0.333)
3

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## 1. C 10. C 19. A 28. B/C 37. B

2. B 11. B 20. D 29. B 38. A
3. C 12. C 21. B 30. B 39. A
4. C 13. D 22. A 31. D 40. A
5. D 14. C 23. D 32. C 41. C
6. D 15. B 24. C 33. D 42. B
7. B 16. B 25. A 34. C 43. C
8. D 17. B 26. B 35. A 44. D
9. A 18. D 27. D 36. A 45. B

11a,12a

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