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CIE May/June 2021 9709 Pure Maths Paper 13 (pdf)

- A curve with equation y = f(x) is such that f′(x) = 6x
^{2}− 8/x^{2}. It is given that the curve passes through the point (2, 7). Find f - The function f is defined by f(x) = 1/3(2x − 1)
^{3/2}− 2x for 1/2 < x < a. It is given that f is a decreasing function. Find the maximum possible value of the constant a. - A line with equation y = mx − 6 is a tangent to the curve with equation y = x
^{2}− 4x + 3. Find the possible values of the constant m, and the corresponding coordinates of the points at which the line touches the curve. - (a) Show that the equation

(b) Hence express cos x in terms of k - The diagram shows a triangle ABC, in which angle ABC = 90° and AB = 4 cm. The sector ABD is
part of a circle with centre A. The area of the sector is 10 cm
^{2}. (a) Find angle BAD in radians.

(b) Find the perimeter of the shaded region

- Functions f and g are both defined for x ∈ R and are given by

f(x) = x^{2}− 2x + 5,

g(x) = x^{2}+ 4x + 13.

(a) By first expressing each of f(x) and g(x) in completed square form, express g(x) in the form f(x + p) + q, where p and q are constants.

(b) Describe fully the transformation which transforms the graph of y = f(x) to the graph of y = g(x). - (a) Write down the first four terms of the expansion, in ascending powers of x, of (a − x)
^{6}

(b) Given that the coefficient of x^{2}in the expansion of - Functions f and g are defined as follows:

(a) Solve the equation fg(x) = 3.

(b) Find an expression for (fg)^{-1}(x) - (a) A geometric progression is such that the second term is equal to 24% of the sum to infinity.

Find the possible values of the common ratio.

(b) An arithmetic progression P has first term a and common difference d. An arithmetic progression

Q has first term 2(a + 1) and common difference (d + 1). It is given that - Points A (−2, 3), B (3, 0) and C (6, 5) lie on the circumference of a circle with centre D.

(a) Show that angle ABC = 90°

(b) Hence state the coordinates of D.

(c) Find an equation of the circle.

The point E lies on the circumference of the circle such that BE is a diameter.

(d) Find an equation of the tangent to the circle at E. - The diagram shows part of the curve with equation

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