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1 General Certificate of Education January 2007 Advanced Subsidiary Examination MATHEMATICS Unit Decision 1 MD01 Tuesday 16 January am to am For this paper you must have: an 8-page answer book the blue AQA booklet of formulae and statistical tables an insert for use in Questions 6 and 7 (enclosed). You may use a graphics calculator. Time allowed: 1 hour 30 minutes Instructions Use blue or black ink or ball-point pen. Pencil or coloured pencil should only be used for drawing. Write the information required on the front of your answer book. The Examining Body for this paper is AQA. The Paper Reference is MD01. Answer all questions. Show all necessary working; otherwise marks for method may be lost. The final answer to questions requiring the use of calculators should be given to three significant figures, unless stated otherwise. Fill in the boxes at the top of the insert. Information The maximum mark for this paper is 75. The marks for questions are shown in brackets. 6/6/6/ MD01

2 2 Answer all questions. 1 The following network shows the lengths, in miles, of roads connecting nine villages. C E B 13 D 12 F 5.5 A I 16.5 H G (a) Use Prim s algorithm, starting from A, to find a minimum spanning tree for the network. (5 marks) (b) Find the length of your minimum spanning tree. (1 mark) (c) Draw your minimum spanning tree. (3 marks) (d) State the number of other spanning trees that are of the same length as your answer in part (a). (1 mark)

4 4 4 (a) A student is using a bubble sort to rearrange seven numbers into ascending order. Her correct solution is as follows: Initial list After 1st pass After 2nd pass After 3rd pass After 4th pass After 5th pass Write down the number of comparisons and swaps on each of the five passes. (6 marks) (b) Find the maximum number of comparisons and the maximum number of swaps that might be needed in a bubble sort to rearrange seven numbers into ascending order. (2 marks)

5 s 5 5 A student is using the following algorithm with different values of A and B. Line 10 Input A, B Line 20 Let C ¼ 0 and let D ¼ 0 Line 30 Let C ¼ C þ A Line 40 Let D ¼ D þ B Line 50 If C ¼ D then go to Line 110 Line 60 If C>Dthen go to Line 90 Line 70 Let C ¼ C þ A Line 80 Go to Line 50 Line 90 Let D ¼ D þ B Line 100 Go to Line 50 Line 110 Print C Line 120 End (a) (i) Trace the algorithm in the case where A ¼ 2 and B ¼ 3. (3 marks) (ii) Trace the algorithm in the case where A ¼ 6 and B ¼ 8. (3 marks) (b) State the purpose of the algorithm. (1 mark) (c) Write down the final value of C in the case where A ¼ 200 and B ¼ 300. (1 mark) Turn over for the next question Turn over

6 6 6 [Figure 1, printed on the insert, is provided for use in this question.] Dino is to have a rectangular swimming pool at his villa. He wants its width to be at least 2 metres and its length to be at least 5 metres. He wants its length to be at least twice its width. He wants its length to be no more than three times its width. Each metre of the width of the pool costs 1000 and each metre of the length of the pool costs 500. He has 9000 available. Let the width of the pool be x metres and the length of the pool be y metres. (a) Show that one of the constraints leads to the inequality 2x þ y 4 18 (1 mark) (b) Find four further inequalities. (3 marks) (c) On Figure 1, draw a suitable diagram to show the feasible region. (6 marks) (d) Use your diagram to find the maximum width of the pool. State the corresponding length of the pool. (3 marks)

7 s 7 7 [Figure 2, printed on the insert, is provided for use in this question.] The network shows the times, in seconds, taken by Craig to walk along walkways connecting ten hotels in Las Vegas. Circus (C) 130 Venetian (V) 75 Aladin (A) 60 Stardust (S) Imperial (I) 120 Bellagio (B) MGM (M) New York (N) 80 Luxor (L) Oriental (O) The total of all the times in the diagram is 2280 seconds. (a) (i) Craig is staying at the Circus (C) and has to visit the Oriental (O). Use Dijkstra s algorithm on Figure 2 to find the minimum time to walk from C to O. (6 marks) (ii) Write down the corresponding route. (1 mark) (b) (i) Find, by inspection, the shortest time to walk from A to M. (1 mark) (ii) Craig intends to walk along all the walkways. Find the minimum time for Craig to walk along every walkway and return to his starting point. (6 marks) Turn over for the next question Turn over

8 8 8 (a) The diagram shows a graph G with 9 vertices and 9 edges. (i) (ii) (iii) State the minimum number of edges that need to be added to G to make a connected graph. Draw an example of such a graph. (2 marks) State the minimum number of edges that need to be added to G to make the graph Hamiltonian. Draw an example of such a graph. (2 marks) State the minimum number of edges that need to be added to G to make the graph Eulerian. Draw an example of such a graph. (2 marks) (b) A complete graph has n vertices and is Eulerian. (i) State the condition that n must satisfy. (1 mark) (ii) In addition, the number of edges in a Hamiltonian cycle for the graph is the same as the number of edges in an Eulerian trail. State the value of n. (1 mark) END OF QUESTIONS Copyright Ó 2007 AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved.

9 s Surname Other Names Centre Number Candidate Number Candidate Signature General Certificate of Education January 2007 Advanced Subsidiary Examination MATHEMATICS Unit Decision 1 MD01 Insert Insert for use in Questions 6 and 7. Fill in the boxes at the top of this page. Fasten this insert securely to your answer book. Turn over for Figure 1 6/6/6/ Turn over

10 m 2 Figure 1 (for use in Question 6) y m x

11 3 Figure 2 (for use in Question 7) Circus (C) 130 Venetian (V) Aladin (A) 60 Stardust (S) Imperial (I) Bellagio (B) MGM (M) New York (N) Luxor (L) 120 Oriental (O)

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