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2 2 Formulae Sheet: Higher Tier a Area of trapezium = 1 2 (a + b)h h b Volume of prism = (area of cross-section) length crosssection length In any triangle ABC a sin A = b sin B = c Sine rule sin C b C a Cosine rule a 2 = b 2 + c 2 2bc cos A 1 2 Area of triangle = ab sin C A c B Volume of sphere = 4 3 π r 3 Surface area of sphere = 4 π r 2 r Volume of cone = 1 3 π r 2 h Curved surface area of cone = π r l l h r The Quadratic Equation The solutions of ax 2 + bx + c = 0, where a = 0, are given by b ± (b 2 4ac) x = 2a PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS PAGE

3 3 Answer all the questions. 1 (a) Written as the product of its prime factors, 108 = (i) Write 96 as the product of its prime factors. (ii) Find the highest common factor of 96 and 108. (a)(i) [2] (b) Work out. (ii) [2] Give your answer as a mixed number in its simplest form. (b) [3] Turn over

4 2 (a) Complete the following sentences. 4 The negative square root of 49 is. 5 is the cube root of. [2] (b) Work out the value of 2b 2 b when b = - 3. (b) [2] 3 (a) Felix wants to work out how much it costs him to use his tumble dryer. The tumble dryer uses 1.9 units of electricity to dry one load of washing. Felix dries four loads of washing each week. He pays 12.8 p for every unit of electricity he uses. Work out the weekly cost, in pence, of using the tumble dryer. (a) p [4]

5 (b) Felix reads the electricity meter in his house each week. Here is his record of the number of units he has used each week for 16 weeks (i) Complete the stem and leaf diagram to represent this data Key: 7 4 represents 74 [3] (ii) Felix reads in a newspaper article that the average household uses 330 units of electricity each month. How does the electricity he uses compare with this figure? Support your answer using Felix s data. [4] Turn over

6 4* In the diagram ADE is a triangle. BC is parallel to DE and DBA is parallel to EF. A 6 Not to scale B 125 C F D 80 x E Work out angle x. Give a reason for each step of your working. [5]

7 7 5 (a) Wanda asked a random sample of 120 students from a college what they were planning to do when they left college. The table shows the results of Wanda s survey. University Apprenticeship Job (i) One of these students is selected at random. What is the probability that the student is planning to go to university? (a)(i) [1] (ii) There are 2400 students at the college. Estimate the number of these students who plan to get a job. (ii) [2] (b) Wanda plans to interview some of the students in more detail. Of the 2400 students, 1500 are male and 900 are female. She decides to interview a representative stratified sample of 80 students. How many male students should she interview? (b) [2] Turn over

8 6 (a) Solve this inequality. 8 3x 4 8 (a) [2] (b) Represent your solution on the number line x [1] 7 A floor is tiled using a pattern of two different shaped tiles. One of the shapes is a square and the other is a regular polygon. At each vertex in the pattern, two of the polygon tiles and one square tile meet. What shape is the regular polygon? Show your reasoning clearly. [4]

9 8 Triangles A and C are drawn on the grid below y C A x (a) Triangle B is the image of triangle A after: a rotation of 90 clockwise about the origin, followed by a translation of Draw and label triangle B on the diagram. [4] (b) Triangle C is an enlargement of triangle A. Describe the enlargement fully. [2] Turn over

10 9 The perimeter of this rectangle is equal to the perimeter of this triangle. 10 2x 2 2x + 3 2x 2 3x x Not to scale 2x + 3 2x + 3 Find the length of the shortest side of the triangle. Shortest side = [5]

11 10 A group of 60 students entered a general knowledge competition. This table shows the distribution of their scores. 11 Score (s) 0 s s s s s 100 Frequency (a) Complete the cumulative frequency table for this distribution. Score (s) s 20 s 40 s 60 s 80 s 100 Cumulative frequency [1] (b) Draw a cumulative frequency graph to represent the distribution Cumulative frequency Score (s ) [2] (c) Students scoring more than 75 won a prize. Use the graph to estimate the number of students who won a prize. (c) [2] Turn over

12 12 11 The table below shows the number of barrels of oil produced each day in some countries. Country Oil produced (barrels per day) Russia Saudi Arabia USA China (a) How many barrels per day were produced in the USA? Give your answer as an ordinary number. (a) [1] (b) How many more barrels per day were produced in Russia than in Saudi Arabia? (b) [2] (c) The production of one barrel per day is equivalent to approximately 50 tonnes of oil per year. Estimate the number of tonnes of oil produced in China each year. Give your answer in standard form. (c) tonnes [2]

13 12 A garden pond has a surface area of 3 m 2. The pond is a prism of constant depth 60 cm. 13 (a) (i) Calculate the volume, in m 3, of the pond. (a)(i) m 3 [2] (ii) How many litres of water does the pond contain? (ii) litres [1] (b) A scale model of the pond is made. The depth of the pond in the model is 6 cm. (i) Find the surface area of the model pond. (b)(i) m 2 [3] (ii) How many litres of water does the model pond contain? (ii) litres [1] Turn over

14 14 13 The graphs of y = - 1, y = x + 2 and x + y = 3 are drawn on the grid below. y x Show clearly the region R which satisfies all of these inequalities. y - 1 x + y 3 y x + 2 [3]

15 14 Each statement below is sometimes true and sometimes false. 15 For each statement sketch a graph to show an example where it is true and an example where it is false. The first one has been done for you. Statement True False y y A straight line graph goes through the origin. O x O x y y The gradient of a straight line graph is positive. O x O x y y A quadratic equation ax 2 + bx + c = 0 has two positive solutions. O x O x [3] Turn over

16 15 A box contains 8 milk chocolates, 6 dark chocolates and 2 white chocolates. Varun takes a chocolate from the box at random and eats it. He then takes another chocolate at random and eats it. 16 Find the probability that Varun eats at least one dark chocolate. [4]

17 16 (a) Solve. 17 3x 1 5 = x 2 (a) x = [3] (b) Simplify. a5 a 9-2 (b) [2] (c) Express as a single fraction in its simplest form. 4 x 2 5 x + 1 (c) [3] Turn over

18 18 17 OPQR is a parallelogram. OP = a and OR = b. X and Y are the points on OQ such that OX = XY = YQ. a P X Y Q Not to scale O b R Find as simply as possible in terms of a and b, (a) OQ, (a) [1] (b) PR, (b) [1] (c) XY, (c) [1] (d) XR. (d) [2]

19 18 The diagram shows a shape made from two squares and two right-angled triangles. The area of the smaller square is 5 cm 2 and the area of the larger square is 15 cm cm 2 Not to scale 5 cm 2 Work out the area of the complete shape. Give your answer in the form a + b c, where c is as small as possible. cm 2 [4] TURN OVER FOR QUESTION 19

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