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Edexcel Core Mathematics C3 January 2011 (II)




 

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C3 Mathematics Edexcel January 2011 Question 6

6. The function f is defined by
f: x ↦ (3 - 2x)/(x - 5), x ∈ ℝ, x ≠ 5

(a) Find f-1(x)

The function g has domain –1 ≤ x ≤ 8, and is linear from (–1, –9) to (2, 0) and from

(2, 0) to (8, 4). Figure 2 shows a sketch of the graph of y = g(x).

(b) Write down the range of g.

(c) Find gg(2).

(d) Find fg(8).

(e) On separate diagrams, sketch the graph with equation

(i) y = |g(x)| ,

(ii) y = g-1(x)

Show on each sketch the coordinates of each point at which the graph meets or cuts the axes.

(f) State the domain of the inverse function g-1.
6 (a)

6 (b)(c)(d)



6 (e)(i)
6 (e)(ii)(f)


 
C3 Mathematics Edexcel January 2011 Question 7

7. The curve C has equation

y = (3 + sin 2x)/(2 + cos 2x)

(a) Show that

dy/dx = (6 sin 2x + 4 sin 2x + 2)/(2 + cos 2x)2

(b) Find an equation of the tangent to C at the point on C where x = π/2

Write your answer in the form y = ax + b, where a and b are exact constants.

7(a)
7 (b)


C3 Mathematics Edexcel January 2011 Question 8

8. (a) Given that

d(cos x)/dx = -sin x

show that ( ) d d(sec x)/dx = sec x tan x

Given that x = sec 2y

(b) find dy/dx in terms of y.

(c) Hence find dy/dx in terms of x.

8 (a)
8(b)
8 (c)


 

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