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2021 A Level H2 Math Paper 1 Question 6

A curve $C$ has equation $y=\frac{1}{\sqrt{4ax-{{x}^{2}}}}$, where $a>0$.

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Sketch $C$ and give the equations of any asymptotes, in terms of $a$ where appropriate.

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(a) Sketch $C$ and give the equations of any asymptotes, in terms of $a$ where appropriate.

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Find the smallest possible value of $y$ in terms of $a$.

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(b) Find the smallest possible value of $y$ in terms of $a$.

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Describe the transformation that maps the graph of $C$ onto the graph of $y=\frac{1}{\sqrt{4{{a}^{2}}-{{x}^{2}}}}$.

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(c) Describe the transformation that maps the graph of $C$ onto the graph of $y=\frac{1}{\sqrt{4{{a}^{2}}-{{x}^{2}}}}$.

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2021 A Level H2 Math Paper 1 Question 9

A function $\text{f}$ is defined by $\text{f}\left( x \right)={{\text{e}}^{x}}\cos x$, for $0\le x\le \frac{1}{2}\pi $.

(a)

Using calculus, find the stationary point of $\text{f}\left( x \right)$ and determine its nature.

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(a) Using calculus, find the stationary point of $\text{f}\left( x \right)$ and determine its nature.

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Integrate by parts twice to show that

$\int{{{\text{e}}^{2x}}\cos 2x\text{d}x=\frac{1}{4}{{\text{e}}^{2x}}\left( \sin 2x+\cos 2x \right)+c}$.

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(b) Integrate by parts twice to show that

$\int{{{\text{e}}^{2x}}\cos 2x\text{d}x=\frac{1}{4}{{\text{e}}^{2x}}\left( \sin 2x+\cos 2x \right)+c}$.

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(c)

The graph of $y=\text{f}\left( x \right)$ is rotated completely about the $x$-axis. Find the exact volume generated.

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(c) The graph of $y=\text{f}\left( x \right)$ is rotated completely about the $x$-axis. Find the exact volume generated.

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2021 A Level H2 Math Paper 2 Question 10

In this question you should state the parameters of any normal distributions you use.

A company makes $3$-legged wooden stools from $4$ solid components – a seat in the form of a disc, and $3$ legs each in the form of a long, thin, cylinder. The seats and legs are bought in bulk from another company. Over a period of time it is found that the masses of the seats are normally distributed; $80\%$ of the seats have mass less than $2.1$ kg, and $15\%$ of the seats have mass less than $1.95$ kg.

(a)

Find the mean mass of the seats and show that the standard deviation is $0.0799$ kg, correct to $3$ significant figures.

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(a) Find the mean mass of the seats and show that the standard deviation is $0.0799$ kg, correct to $3$ significant figures.

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The masses of the legs, in kg, follow the distribution $\text{N}\left( 1.2,\text{ }{{0.02}^{2}} \right)$.

(b)

Find the expected number of legs with mass more than $1.21$ kg in a randomly chosen batch of $500$ legs.

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(b) Find the expected number of legs with mass more than $1.21$ kg in a randomly chosen batch of $500$ legs.

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(c)

Find the probability that the total mass of a randomly chosen seat and $3$ randomly chosen legs is between $5.6$ kg and $5.7$ kg.

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(c) Find the probability that the total mass of a randomly chosen seat and $3$ randomly chosen legs is between $5.6$ kg and $5.7$ kg.

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In order to make the stools, circular holes are drilled in the seats and the legs are fitted into them. In this process, the mass of seats is modelled as being reduced by $9\%$ and the masses of the legs are unchanged.

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Find the probability that the total mass of a randomly chosen drilled seat and $3$ randomly chosen legs is less than $5.6$ kg.

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(d) Find the probability that the total mass of a randomly chosen drilled seat and $3$ randomly chosen legs is less than $5.6$ kg.

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The holes made in the seats have diameters, in mm, that follow the distribution $\text{N}\left( 31,\text{ }{{0.4}^{2}} \right)$ and the diameters of the legs, in mm, follow the distribution $\text{N}\left( 30.7,\text{ }{{0.3}^{2}} \right)$. If the diameter of a leg is greater than the diameter of a hole, then the leg has to be sanded down to make it fit. If the diameter of a hole is more than $0.8$ mm greater than the diameter of a leg, then padding has to be added when the leg is glued to the seat.

(e)

A stool is made of a randomly chosen drilled seat and $3$ randomly chosen legs. The legs are paired up with the holes at random. Find the probability that the $3$ legs can be fitted without the need for any sanding or padding.

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(e) A stool is made of a randomly chosen drilled seat and $3$ randomly chosen legs. The legs are paired up with the holes at random. Find the probability that the $3$ legs can be fitted without the need for any sanding or padding.

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