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# GCE A Level 2011 Oct/Nov H2 Maths 9740 Paper 1 Suggested Answers & Solutions

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Hello it’s me again.

Something landed on my lap this afternoon, followed by what I could almost hear was a thousand screams of anguish coming at the end of today’s H2 Maths Paper 1.

To find out what happened, I’ve worked out my own suggested answers which you may access here by clicking the button (if you haven’t yet done so).

• 1.1: Added the constant of integration (+c) to the answer for Q8(i) -thanks clarionx!

As usual, please leave a comment should you spot any mistake in this set of suggested solutions, which was produced under the peering eyes of some students from today’s class *sweats*

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Now go revise your

• Functions (composite & inverse)
• Transformation / Hyperbolas / Curve sketching (oblique asymptotes) (remember to use Radian mode should you be called to sketch a trigo graph!)
• Integration by parts/substitution/ Volume of revolutions
• Recurrence / Sequences (Tn = Sn − Sn−1)
• Complex Numbers (Rationalization & Simultaneous Equations)

All the best for your Paper 2 on a very auspicious (I hope) 11-11-11!

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1. marie commented in tuition class

2011
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Thu
10:05pm

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hi will be also come up with solutions for the h1 math paper?

2. clarionx commented in tuition class

2011
Nov
11
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2:01pm

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hi, for qn 8i) you left out the constant of integration +c

3. xiuxiu commented in tuition class

2011
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6:24pm

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hi,
wat do u think will be the cut-off marks for A for this yr's paper? personally i feel this yr's Paper 1 is tougher than previous few yrs 🙁
Hopefully, there will be a decrease 🙂

4. tkdka commented in tuition class

2011
Nov
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9:13pm
5. Tom commented in tuition class

2011
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11
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10:15pm
6. clarionx commented in tuition class

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Nov
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12:16pm
7. cyx commented in tuition class

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Nov
8
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9:16pm

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hi,

for q2ii) for f(x) to be an increasing function, why is f'(x)>0 and not f'(x)>=0?

Isn't f'(x)>=0 was for strictly increasing functions?

Hope you can help! I'm confused ><

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