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MATHEMATICS

May/June 2015

Paper 2 (Extended)

1 hour 30 minutes Candidates answer on the Question Paper. Additional Materials:

Electronic calculator

Geometrical instruments

Tracing paper (optional) READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your Centre number, candidate number and name on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen. You may use an HB pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do not use staples, paper clips, glue or correction fluid. DO NOT WRITE IN ANY BARCODES. Answer all questions. If working is needed for any question it must be shown below that question. Electronic calculators should be used. If the degree of accuracy is not specified in the question, and if the answer is not exact, give the answer to three significant figures. Give answers in degrees to one decimal place. For π, use either your calculator value or 3.142. At the end of the examination, fasten all your work securely together. The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question. The total of the marks for this paper is 70.

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At noon the temperature was 4 °C. At midnight the temperature was –5.5 °C. Work out the difference in temperature between noon and midnight.

Answer ........................................... °C [1] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 2

Use your calculator to work out

10 + 0.6 # (8.3 2 + 5) .

Answer ................................................ [1] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 3

Write 270 000 in standard form.

Answer ................................................ [1] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 4

Expand and simplify.

x (2x + 3) + 5(x – 7)

Answer ................................................ [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 5

Paul and Sammy take part in a race. The probability that Paul wins the race is

9 35 .

The probability that Sammy wins the race is 26%. Who is more likely to win the race? Give a reason for your answer.

Answer ........................... because .............................................................................................................. [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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Rice is sold in 75 gram packs and 120 gram packs. The masses of both packs are given correct to the nearest gram. Calculate the lower bound for the difference in mass between the two packs.

Answer ............................................. g [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 7

Simplify.

6uw–3 × 4uw6

Answer ................................................ [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 8

The point A has co-ordinates (– 4, 6) and the point B has co-ordinates (7, –2). Calculate the length of the line AB.

Answer AB = ....................................... units [3] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 9

Without using a calculator, work out

1 45 ' 37 .

Show all your working and give your answer as a fraction in its lowest terms.

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12 Speed (metres per second)

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1

2

3

4

5

6

Time (minutes) A tram leaves a station and accelerates for 2 minutes until it reaches a speed of 12 metres per second. It continues at this speed for 1 minute. It then decelerates for 3 minutes until it stops at the next station. The diagram shows the speed-time graph for this journey. Calculate the distance, in metres, between the two stations.

Answer ............................................ m [3] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 11

Find the nth term of each sequence. (a) 4,

8,

12,

16,

20,

.......

Answer(a) ................................................ [1] (b) 11,

20,

35,

56,

83,

.......

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p is inversely proportional to the square of (q + 4). p = 2 when q = 2. Find the value of p when q = –2.

Answer p = ................................................ [3] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 13

A car travels a distance of 1280 metres at an average speed of 64 kilometres per hour. Calculate the time it takes for the car to travel this distance. Give your answer in seconds.

Answer .............................................. s [3] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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b

NOT TO SCALE

R

a

P

S

M

PQRS is a quadrilateral and M is the midpoint of PS. PQ = a, QR = b and SQ = a – 2b. (a) Show that PS = 2b. Answer(a)

[1] (b) Write down the mathematical name for the quadrilateral PQRM, giving reasons for your answer.

Answer(b) .............................................................. because ............................................................... ............................................................................................................................................................. [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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y 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 –4 –3 –2 –1 0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

x

Write down the 3 inequalities which define the unshaded region.

Answer ................................................. ................................................. ................................................. [4] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 16

Georg invests $5000 for 14 years at a rate of 2% per year compound interest. Calculate the interest he receives. Give your answer correct to the nearest dollar.

Answer $ ................................................ [4] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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(a) Write 30 as a product of its prime factors.

Answer(a) ................................................ [2] (b) Find the lowest common multiple (LCM) of 30 and 45.

Answer(b) ................................................ [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 18

Solve the simultaneous equations. You must show all your working.

5x + 2y = –2 3x – 5y = 17.4

Answer x = ................................................ y = ................................................ [4] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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B

19

E 8 cm

A

10 cm

y cm

x cm

6 cm

C

D

NOT TO SCALE

9 cm

F

Triangle ABC is similar to triangle DEF. Calculate the value of (a) x,

Answer(a) x = ................................................ [2] (b) y.

Answer(b) y = ................................................ [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________ 20

Factorise completely. (a) yp + yt + 2xp + 2xt

Answer(a) ................................................ [2] (b) 7(h + k)2 – 21(h + k)

Answer(b) ................................................ [2] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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9 cm

NOT TO SCALE

4 cm

The diagram shows a toy. The shape of the toy is a cone, with radius 4 cm and height 9 cm, on top of a hemisphere with radius 4 cm. Calculate the volume of the toy. Give your answer correct to the nearest cubic centimetre. [The volume, V, of a cone with radius r and height h is V = 13 πr 2h.] [The volume, V, of a sphere with radius r is V = 43 πr 3.]

Answer ......................................... cm3 [4] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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(a) Calculate

f

3 -1

7 -2 pf 4 4

(b) Calculate the inverse of

1 p. 2

f

5 6

Answer(a)

f

p

[2]

Answer(b)

f

p

[2]

3 p. 4

__________________________________________________________________________________________

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f(x) = 5 – 3x (a) Find f(6).

Answer(a) ................................................ [1] (b) Find f(x + 2).

Answer(b) ................................................ [1] (c) Find ff(x), in its simplest form.

Answer(c) ................................................ [2] (d) Find f –1(x), the inverse of f(x).

Answer(d) f –1(x) = ................................................ [2]

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0580/23

MATHEMATICS

May/June 2015

Paper 2 (Extended)

1 hour 30 minutes Candidates answer on the Question Paper. Additional Materials:

Electronic calculator Tracing paper (optional)

Geometrical instruments

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your Centre number, candidate number and name on all the work you hand in. Write in dark blue or black pen. You may use an HB pencil for any diagrams or graphs. Do not use staples, paper clips, glue or correction fluid. DO NOT WRITE IN ANY BARCODES. Answer all questions. If working is needed for any question it must be shown below that question. Electronic calculators should be used. If the degree of accuracy is not specified in the question, and if the answer is not exact, give the answer to three significant figures. Give answers in degrees to one decimal place. For π, use either your calculator value or 3.142. At the end of the examination, fasten all your work securely together. The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question. The total of the marks for this paper is 70.

The syllabus is approved for use in England, Wales and Northern Ireland as a Cambridge International Level 1/Level 2 Certificate.

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Ahmed and Babar share 240 g of sweets in the ratio 7 : 3. Calculate the amount Ahmed receives.

Answer ............................................. g [2] 2

Factorise completely.

9x2 – 6x

Answer ................................................ [2] 3 NOT TO SCALE

5 cm

x° 2 cm Calculate the value of x.

Answer x = ................................................ [2] 4

An equilateral triangle has sides of length 6.2 cm, correct to the nearest millimetre. Complete the statement about the perimeter, P cm, of the triangle.

Answer ........................... P ........................... [2]

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Factorise

2x2 – 5x – 3.

Answer ................................................ [2] 6

Find the 2 × 2 matrix that represents a rotation through 90° clockwise about (0, 0). Answer

7

f

p

[2]

James buys a drink for 2 euros (€). Work out the cost of the drink in pounds (£) when £1 = €1.252 . Give your answer correct to 2 decimal places.

Answer £ ................................................ [3]

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Without using a calculator, work out

1 78 ÷ 59 .

Show all your working and give your answer as a fraction in its lowest terms.

Answer ................................................ [3] 9

Solve the equation.

3(x + 4) = 2(4x – 1)

Answer x = ................................................ [3] 10

In a sale, the cost of a coat is reduced from $85 to $67.50 . Calculate the percentage reduction in the cost of the coat.

Answer ............................................ % [3]

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NOT TO SCALE

100° A

30° 24 cm

B

Use the sine rule to calculate BC.

Answer BC = .......................................... cm [3] 12 10

NOT TO SCALE

Speed (m/s)

0

u

3u Time (seconds)

A car starts from rest and accelerates for u seconds until it reaches a speed of 10 m/s. The car then travels at 10 m/s for 2u seconds. The diagram shows the speed-time graph for this journey. The distance travelled by the car in the first 3u seconds is 125 m. (a) Find the value of u.

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Simplify. (a) 12x12 ÷ 3x3

Answer(a) ................................................ [2] 1

(b) (256y 256) 8

Answer(b) ................................................ [2] 14

Solve the equation.

2x2 + x – 2 = 0

Show your working and give your answers correct to 2 decimal places.

Answer x = ......................... or x = ......................... [4] __________________________________________________________________________________________

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The circumference of a circle is 30 cm. (a) Calculate the radius of the circle.

Answer(a) .......................................... cm [2] (b)

The length of the arc of the semi-circle is 15 cm. Calculate the area of the semi-circle.

Answer(b) ......................................... cm2 [2]

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(a) In this part, you may use this Venn diagram to help you answer the questions. F

S

In a class of 30 students, 25 study French (F), 18 study Spanish (S). One student does not study French or Spanish. (i)

Find the number of students who study French and Spanish.

Answer(a)(i) ................................................ [2] (ii)

One of the 30 students is chosen at random. Find the probability that this student studies French but not Spanish.

Answer(a)(ii) ................................................ [1] (iii)

A student who does not study Spanish is chosen at random. Find the probability that this student studies French.

Answer(a)(iii) ................................................ [1] (b)

P

Q

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150

Cumulative 100 frequency

50

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Time (seconds) 200 students take a reaction time test. The cumulative frequency diagram shows the results. Find (a) the median, Answer(a) .............................................. s [1] (b) the inter-quartile range,

Answer(b) .............................................. s [2] (c) the number of students with a reaction time of more than 4 seconds. Answer(c) ................................................ [2]

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P NOT TO SCALE

8 cm D

C

20 cm

M

A

B

20 cm

The diagram shows a solid pyramid on a square horizontal base ABCD. The diagonals AC and BD intersect at M. P is vertically above M. AB = 20 cm and PM = 8 cm. Calculate the total surface area of the pyramid.

Answer ......................................... cm2 [5]

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B

P NOT TO SCALE

X

b

O

A

a

OAPB is a parallelogram. O is the origin, OA = a and OB = b. M is the midpoint of BP. (a) Find, in terms of a and b, giving your answer in its simplest form, (i)

BA,

Answer(a)(i) BA = ................................................ [1] (ii)

the position vector of M.

Answer(a)(ii) ................................................ [1] (b) X is on BA so that

BX : XA = 1 : 2.

Show that X lies on OM. Answer(b)

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9 cm

P

10 cm

Q

The area of triangle PQR is 38.5 cm2. Calculate the length QR.

Answer QR = .......................................... cm [6]

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MARK SCHEME for the May/June 2015 series

0580 MATHEMATICS 0580/21

Paper 2 (Extended), maximum raw mark 70

This mark scheme is published as an aid to teachers and candidates, to indicate the requirements of the examination. It shows the basis on which Examiners were instructed to award marks. It does not indicate the details of the discussions that took place at an Examiners’ meeting before marking began, which would have considered the acceptability of alternative answers. Mark schemes should be read in conjunction with the question paper and the Principal Examiner Report for Teachers. Cambridge will not enter into discussions about these mark schemes. Cambridge is publishing the mark schemes for the May/June 2015 series for most Cambridge IGCSE®, Cambridge International A and AS Level components and some Cambridge O Level components.

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Abbreviations cao correct answer only dep dependent FT follow through after error isw ignore subsequent working oe or equivalent SC Special Case nfww not from wrong working soi seen or implied Question. Answer

Mark

1

9.5

1

2

7.37 or 7.371...

1

3

2.7 × 105

1

4

2 x 2 + 8 x − 35 final answer

2

Part Marks

B1 for 2 correct terms in final answer or M1 for 2 x 2 + 3 x or 5 x − 35

5

Sammy and correct reason with 25.7% oe shown

2

B1 for 25.7% or 0.257... seen or conversion of 26% to fraction and common denominator

6

44

2

B1 for 75.5 or 119.5 seen

7

24u 2 w3 final answer

2

B1 for 2 correct elements in final answer

8

13.6 or 13.60...

3

M2 for

9

9 5

their

9 7 9×7 or × 5 3 5×3

21 1 or 4 cao 5 5

10

2520

(− 4 − 7 )2 + (6 − (− 2 ))2

oe

or M1 for (− 4 − 7) oe or (6 − (− 2)) oe 63 35

B1

or

M1

or their

63 15 or equivalent division with ÷ 35 35 fractions with common denominators

A1

3

M2 for 12 × (1 + 6) ÷ 2 oe or M1 for 1 area correct If zero scored B1 for top speed = 720 m per min or total time = 360 sec

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Question. Answer 11 (a) (b)

12

Mark

Syllabus 0580

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Part Marks

4n oe final answer

1

3n 2 + 8 oe final answer

2

M1 for a quadratic expression as final answer or 3n 2 + 8 oe in working

18

3

M2 for 2(2 + 4)2 = p(–2 + 4)2 oe M1 for p =

k (q + 4)2

A1 for k = 72 72

13

3

M2 for

1280 60 × 60 × 64 1000

M1 for working out distance ൊ speed e.g. figs 1280 ÷ 64 or figs

1280 their speed

or for working out km/h to m/s conversion e.g. 64 ×

1000 oe 60 × 60

1280 60 × 60 oe or their × 1000 64

14 (a) (b)

a + 2b − a or a − ( a − 2b) oe

1

Parallelogram

1

PM equal and parallel to QR

1

SC1 for answer trapezium with reason PM parallel to QR

or PM or PS parallel to QR and MR found = a so 2 pairs of parallel sides 15

y<8

1

y [ 6 – x oe and y [ x + 2 oe

3

B2 for either y [ 6 – x oe or y [ x + 2 oe or SC2 for y = 6 – x oe and y = x + 2 oe or SC1 for y K 6 – x or y = 6 – x or y K x + 2 or y = x + 2

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Question. Answer

Mark

1597 cao

16

4

Syllabus 0580

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Part Marks B3 for 1597.39.. or 1597.3[9...] or 1597.4 or 6597 or B2 for 6597.3[9...] or 6597.4 2 or B1 for 50001 + 100

14

If B1 scored or B0 scored and an attempt at compound interest is shown SC1 for their 6597[...] – 5000 evaluated correctly provided answer positive and SC1 for their final answer rounded correctly to nearest $ from their more accurate answer 17 (a) (b)

18

2× 3× 5

2

B1 for 2, 3, 5 as prime factors

90

2

B1 for 90k or for listing multiples of each up to 90 or 2 × 32 × 5

Correctly equating one set of coefficients

M1

Correct method to eliminate one variable

M1

Dependent on the coefficients being the same for one of the variables Correct consistent use of addition or subtraction using their equations

x = 0.8

A1

If zero scored SC1 for 2 values satisfying one of the original equations

y = −3

A1

or if no working shown, but 2 correct answers given

19 (a)

(b) 20 (a)

(b)

6 oe 8

7.5

2

M1 for [ 10] ×

12 cao

2

M1 for 9 ×

2

B1 for y ( p + t ) + 2 x( p + t ) or

( p + t )( y + 2 x )

final answer

8 10 oe or 9 × 6 their (a)

p( y + 2 x ) + t ( y + 2 x )

7(h + k )(h + k − 3) final answer

2

(

)

B1 for 7 (h + k ) − 3(h + k ) or (h + k )(7(h + k ) − 21) 2

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Question. Answer

Mark

285 cao

21

4

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Part Marks × π × 4 2 × 9 , 48π

M1 for

1 3

M1 for

128 π 1 4 × × π × 43 , 3 2 3

A1 for 284.8 to 284.9,

272 π 3

If A0 then B1 for their final answer rounded correctly to nearest whole number from their more accurate answer dependent on at least M1 22 (a)

(b)

22 17 18 7

2

M1 for a 2 × 2 matrix with 2 correct elements

1 4 − 3 2 − 6 5

2

M1 for

4 − 3 1 a b or k soi 2 c d − 6 5

or det = 2 soi −13

1

(b)

−3x − 1 or 5 − 3(x + 2)

1

(c)

9x − 10 cao

2

M1 for 5 − 3( 5 − 3x)

(d)

5− x final answer oe 3

2

M1 for correct first step e.g.

23 (a)

y + 3 x = 5 or

y 5 = − x or y − 5 = −3 x or 3 3

better or for interchanging x and y, e.g. x = 5 − 3 y , this does not need to be the first step

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MARK SCHEME for the May/June 2015 series

0580 MATHEMATICS 0580/22

Paper 2 (Extended), maximum raw mark 70

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Abbreviations cao correct answer only dep dependent FT follow through after error isw ignore subsequent working oe or equivalent SC Special Case nfww not from wrong working soi seen or implied Question

Answer

Mark

Part marks

1

5.34 × 107

1

2

9 [h] 30 [min] cao

1

3

1 or 0.25 4

1

(a)

7

1

(b)

Any number except 3, 7 or 20

1

5

0.2 oe

2

M1 for 1 – (0.15 + 0.3 + 0.35)

6

8 × 103 or 8000 nfww

2

M1 for w + 4 × 103 = 1.2 × 104 oe or 5w + 20 × 103 = 6 × 104 oe

7

Parallel

1

Same length

1

2n2 + 3 oe final answer

2

4

8

M1 for a quadratic expression as final answer or 2n2 + 3 oe in working

9

23 oe, must be fraction 90

2

M1 for 25.5& - 2.5& oe e.g. 2.55r – 0.25r or B1 for

k 90

10

7

2

B1 for 120.5 or 113.5 seen

11

1 − 2 − 1 oe 5 11 3

2

− 2 − 1 soi M1 for k 11 3

or

1 a b 5 c d

or det = 5 soi

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12

13

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B1

4 3 × their oe 5 8

M1

3 cao 10

A1

(a)

11

1

(b)

8

2FT

or

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40 3 15 accept or 15 8 40

12 40 ÷ their or equivalent division with 15 15 fractions with common denominators or

FT 30 – 2 × their (a) or M1 for 4 × 7 = 2(x – 1) + FG oe or 4(x – 4) = 2(x – 1) + FG oe or 2 × 7 + 2(x – 4) = 2(x – 1) + FG oe Allow x to be their (a) in each

684

14

3

M2 for 0.95 × 4 × 3 × 60 or M1 for 0.95 × 4 [× 3] or 4 × 3 × 60 or 0.95 × 3 × 60 or 0.95 × 4 × 60

2 x − 23 final answer ( x + 2)( 2 x − 5)

15

3

B1 for a common denominator of (x + 2)(2x – 5) B1 for 3(2x – 5) – 4(x + 2) or better or SC2 for final answer

2x − 7 ( x + 2)( 2 x − 5)

or SC1 for numerator of 2x – 7 in final answer 16

(a) (i)

0.5 or – 0.5 or

1 1 or − 2 2

(a)(ii) 4

17

1

1

(b)

1.37 or 1.37[4…]

1

(a)

[y =] 2x + 3 cao

3

(b)

−

1 oe 2

1FT

M2 for correct unsimplified equation or B1 for gradient = (11 – 3) ÷ (4 – 0) or better and B1 for c = 3 –1 ÷ their m

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(a)

3

M2 for 5 × 12 +

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1 × 12 × (8 – 5) or 2

1 × 6 × (5 + 8) × 2 oe 2 or M1 for 5 × 12,

1 × 12 × (8 – 5) , 2

1 × 6 × (5 + 8) or 12 × 8 – (…) 2 (b) 19

1170

1FT

(a)

1

Correct circle, radius 4 cm centre C

(b)

2

B2 for correct bisector with 2 pairs of correct arcs or B1 for correct bisector with no/wrong arcs

1

Correct complete boundary and correct shading. Dep on at least B1 in (b)

C

(c) A

20

15 × their (a)

B

(a) (i) 4

1

(ii) {3, 9}

1

(iii) fewer than 6 numbers from {1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11} or ∅

1

(b)

ξ A

B

1

C

21

(a)

m=2

2

n = –10

B1 for m = 2 B1 for n = –10 If 0 scored SC1 for (x + 2)2 in working or x2 + 2mx + m2 + n and equating coefficients 2m[x] = 4[x] or m2 + n = –6

(b)

1.16 or 1.16[2…] from completing square

2FT

FT dep on negative n B1 for (x + their m)2 = –their n or SC1 for correct answer from using formula or for both answers 1.16 and –5.16 whatever method used

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(a)

44

2

M1 for 48 soi

(b)

24

2

M1 for 40 or 16 or both lines drawn from 15 and 45 across and down to the horizontal axis

(c)

5

2

M1 for answer 55 or line or mark on graph indicating 55

(a)

0.4 or

(b)

1430

(c)

11.9 or 11.91 to 11.92

(a)

9x2

(b)

2 5

1 3

1FT

M2 for correct, complete, area statement 1 1 e.g. 120 × 10 + × 20 × 8 + × 30 × 10 oe 2 2 or M1 for one area calculation 1 1 e.g. 10 × 120 or × 20 × 8 or × 30 × 10 2 2 their (b) ÷ 120

1

x−5 3

2

M1 for correct first algebraic step e.g. 5 y y – 5 = 3x or = x + or better 3 3 or for interchanging x and y, e.g. x = 3y + 5, this does not need to be the first step

(c)

9x + 20 cao final answer

2

M1 for 3(3x + 5) + 5

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Abbreviations cao correct answer only dep dependent FT follow through after error isw ignore subsequent working oe or equivalent SC Special Case nfww not from wrong working soi seen or implied Question

Answer

Mark

Part Marks

1

168

2

M1 for 240 ÷ (7 + 3) or better

2

3 x(3 x − 2) final answer

2

B1 for 3(3x 2 − 2 x) or x(9 x − 6)

3

66.4[2…]

2

M1 for cos […= ]

4

18.45 18.75

1 1

If 0 scored, SC1 for 6.15 and 6.25 seen or for correct answers reversed

5

(2 x + 1)( x − 3)

2

B1 for (2 x + a)( x + b) , where ab = – 3 or a + 2b = – 5

6

0 1 −1 0

2

B1 for one correct column

7

1.60 cao

3

B2 for 1.597…. or 1.6 or M1 for 2 ÷ 1.252

8

15 8

B1

or

15 9 × oe 8 5

M1

or

27 3 or 3 cao 8 8

A1

their

2 oe 5

135 72

135 40 ÷ or equivalent division with 72 72 fractions with common denominators

9

2.8 oe

3

M2 for 12 + 2 = 8 x − 3 x or better or M1 for 3x + 12 or 8 x − 2

10

20.6 or 20.58 to 20.59

3

M2 for

85 − 67.5 67.5 × 100 or 1 − × 100 85 85

or M1 for

67.5 85 − 67.5 × 100 or 85 85

If zero scored SC1 for

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Answer 12.2 or 12.18 to 12.19

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Mark 3

Paper 23

Part Marks M2 for

24 sin 30 sin 100

or M1 for correct implicit equation e.g.

12

(a)

5

3

sin 100 sin 30 = 24 BC

M2 for

u × 10 + 2u × 10 = 125 oe 2

or M1 for evidence that area represents distance e.g.

13

u × 10 , 2u × 10 or 3u × 10 2

FT 10 ÷ their u correctly evaluated

(b)

2

(a)

4x9 final answer

2

B1 for answer kx9 or 4xk (k ≠ 0 )

(b)

2y32 final answer

2

B1 for answer ky32 or 2yk (k ≠ 0 )

1FT

2

2

1 − 4(2)(−2)

14

p+ q p− q If in form or r r

B1

1 If completing the square B1 for x + oe 4

B1

1 1 B1 for x = − + 1 + 4 4

p = – 1, r = 2(2) or 4

– 1.28 0.78

15

1 1 or x = − − 1 + 4 4 B1 B1

2

2

If 0 scored for the last two B marks then SC1 for – 1.3 and 0.8 or – 1.281 to – 1.280 and 0.781 or 0.7807 to 0.7808 or 1.28 and – 0.78 or – 1.28 and 0.78 seen in the working

(a)

4.77 or 4.774 to 4.775

2

M1 for 30 ÷ [2]π

(b)

35.7 or 35.8 or 35.74 to 35.82

2

M1 for 0.5 × π × (their (a))2 or 0.5 × π × (30 ÷ 2π)2

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Question 16

(a) (i)

Answer 14

Mark 2

M1 for any two of 1, 11, 14, 4 correctly placed on Venn diagram or for 1 + 25 − x + x + 18 − x = 30 oe

25 − their (a )(i ) their 11 or from 30 30 diagram

(ii)

11 oe 30

1FT

FT

(iii)

11 oe 12

1FT

FT their diagram e.g.

(b)

18

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Part Marks

or

17

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25 − their (a )(i ) 12

their 11 12

1

(a)

6

1

(b)

2

2

M1 for 7 identified as the UQ or 5 identified as the LQ or both lines drawn from the 150 and 50 across and down to the horizontal axis

(c)

180

2

M1 for answer 20 or line or mark on graph indicating 20

912 or 912.2…

5

M4 for 4 × 0.5 × 20 × or better or

82 + 102 + 20 × 20

M3 for 4 × 0.5 × 20 ×

82 + 102 or better

or M1 for and

82 + 102

M1 for 0.5 × 20 × and M1 for 20 × 20

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Question 19

(a) (i) (ii) (b)

Answer –b + a b+

Mark

Paper 23

Part Marks

1

1 a 2

1 1 3

[OX =] b + 1 3

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(–b + a) oe

a + 2 b oe 3

A1

2 statements from: 1 a 2

OM = b +

M1

B2

oe

B1 for any one of these statements

or [OX =]

2 ( 3

b+

1 a) 2

oe

or OX = 2 OM oe 3

20

9.37 or 9.370 to 9.371

6

M2 for sin[P] =

38.5 0.5 × 9 × 10

or M1 for 0.5 × 10 × 9 × sin = 38.5 M3 for √(92 + 102 – 2×9×10 × cos (their P)) or M2 for 92 + 102 – 2×9×10 × cos (their P) or M1 for a correct implicit expression e.g. cos(their P)=

9 2 + 10 2 − RQ 2 2 × 9 × 10

Note: 87.8, 87.81[…] or 87.7[55…] score 4 marks or M is foot of perpendicular from R to PQ M2 for perp.ht = 38.5 ÷ 12 × 10 or 7.7 or M1 for

1 2

× 10 × […] = 38.5

M1 for PM = √(92 – 7.72)[ = 4.659… or 4.66] M1 for QM = 10 – their 4.659…[ = 5.34…] M1 for QR = √((their QM)2 + 7.72)

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