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Revision (Form 4) Set 1

1 M 4{ -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2} 4{ -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 } the relation between M and N is Based on theN above information, defined by the set of ordered pairs { (-2, 1 ), (-1, 0 ), ( 0, 1 ), ( 1, 2 ), (2, 3 )}. tate (a) the ima!e of 2. (b) the ob"e#t of 0.

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$iven that f % x

2h , x 'k , where h and k are #onstants and x 'k

%x

' 3x , x 0 , find the val-e of h and of k. x

+ 2 $iven that f % x 3x & ' and g % x x 2 () x ( 1*, find (a) f -1 ( + ) (b) g f ( x )

.he e/-ation px2 + 5x 3q = 0, where p and q are #onstants, has roots

1 and & '. 0ind the val-e of p and of q. 2

$iven that g : x ,

3x , x p and f : x , 2x 1 , x 3

1f and are the roots of the /-adrati# e/-ation 232 ( +3 ( 3 4 0, find the e/-ation with roots ( 2 and (2.

find (a) the val-e of p , (b) fg(2).

.he /-adrati# e/-ation ( 2 x & + )2 4 (p & 10) x has two distin#t roots. 0ind the ran!e of val-es of p.

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olve the e/-ation

3x = 2 .

.he dia!ram shows the !raph of f(x) 4 (x & m)2 ( n, where m and n are #onstants, whi#h interse#ts the y-a3is at the point P(0, k)

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olve the e/-ation

) x +3 =

1 . ' 2 x +3
x

tate the val-e of

9 P(0,k)

(a) m, (b) n ,
9 (3,2) x

(#) k .

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olve the e/-ation %


x +1 2 2 x 3 2 +2 2 = 0

lo! 3 (' x) + lo! 3 ( x 1) = 1

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olve the e/-ation 3 + lo! ' x = lo! x

1 x

1' $iven that points 6(1, a), 7(3, *) and 8(5, +a) are #ollinear and 67 % 78 4 m % n. 0ind (a) the val-e of a, (b) the ratio m % n

1+ 1n the dia!ram, line :B is perpendi#-lar to line B; and both lines meet ea#h other at point B.
y

B A O C x

15 .he dia!ram shows a /-adrant =>? with #entre =.


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$iven that the e/-ation of line :B is y & 33 4 *, find the #oordinates of point ;.
O 0.35 rad

1* : point 8(3, y) moves so that its distan#e from point :(-1, 3) is always + -nits. 0ind the e/-ation of the lo#-s of 8. 20

@Ase 4 3.1'2B 1f the area of the shaded re!ion is ++.10 #m2, find the radi-s of the /-adrant. 1n the dia!ram, = is the #entre of three se#tors of #ir#les with radii =C 4 2#m, =D 4 ' #m and =7 4 ) #m. N

12 $iven 2, <, 2<, 2< ( 1, *, 2 and 5 are a set of data arran!ed in as#endin! order. .he mean of the set of data is m. 1f 1 is s-btra#ted from ea#h val-e of the data, the new median be#omes m & 1. 0ind the val-e of m and of <.

L K J

M P

$iven that C=E 4 D=6 4 7=8 4 0.+* radian, find the perimeter of the dia!ram.

1) .he s-m of 12 n-mbers is 1+* and the s-m of the s/-ares of these 12 n-mbers is 2'5*. 0ind (a) the mean (b) the varian#e

21 $iven that f(3) 4 (23 ( ')+, eval-ate f ( - 1)

2+ $iven that y = mx

) 3 x has a ma3im-m val-e when 3 4 2. 3

0ind (a) the val-e of m, (b) the ma3im-m point.

22 .he vol-me, F #m3, of water in a #ylindri#al #an is !iven by F 4 'h3, where h #m is the hei!ht of the water in the #an. :t the time when h 4 +#m, water is po-red into the #an at the rate of 3#m3s &1 . 0ind the rate of in#rease in the hei!ht of the water in the #an at that instant.

23 $iven that y = 3 x , find the appro3imate val-e of p if 3 in#reases from ' to '.02 when y #han!es from * to *(p.

2' : tan!ent is drawn on the #-rve y 4 ' & 33 ( *32 at point 6. ;al#-late the #oordinates of point 6 if the !radient of the tan!ent is 5.