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C1 June 2010.

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Core 1 Mathematics Edexcel June 2010 Question 1

- Write

√(75)–√(27)

in the form k √ x, where k and x are integers.

Core 1 Mathematics Edexcel June 2010 Question 2

2. Find

∫(8x^{3} + 6x^{1/2} - 5 )dx

giving each term in its simplest form.

Core 1 Mathematics Edexcel June 2010 Question 3

3. Find the set of values of x for which

(a) 3(x– 2) < 8 – 2x

(b) (2x–7)(1+x) < 0

(c) both 3(x– 2) < 8 – 2x and (2x–7)(1+x) < 0

Core 1 Mathematics Edexcel June 2010 Question 4

4. (a) Show that x^{2} +6x + 11 can be written as

(x + p)^{2} +q

where p and q are integers to be found.

(b) In the space at the top of page 7, sketch the curve with equation 2

y = x^{2} +6x + 11

showing clearly any intersections with the coordinate axes.

(c) Find the value of the discriminant of x^{2} + 6x + 11

Core 1 Mathematics Edexcel June 2010 Question 5

5. A sequence of positive numbers is defined by

a_{n+1} = √(a_{n}^{2} + 3)

(a) Find a_{2} and a_{3}, leaving your answers in surd form.

(b) Show that a_{5} = 4

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