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**Question 6**

Differentiate y =

tan(2x)

**Question 7**

**Question 8**

There are 40 multiple choice questions on the Maths test, with 5 answer options for each question. If a student chooses their answers at random, what is the expected number of correct answers?

a)5

b)8

c)10

d)15

**Question 9**

The slope of the tangent to the graph of y = 2

ln(x + 2) at x = 4 is

**Question 10**

Calculate the region enclosed by the graph of y = –3x

^{2 }+ 5x, the x-axis, x = 1 and x = 3

a)-6

b)-2

c)2

d)6

**Question 11**

What is the period of the following curve?

a)0.5

b)2

c)π

d)2π

**Question 12**

Emily bought a spinner that was split into 8 uniquely coloured sections. After spinning the spinner 30 times, she found that it landed on blue 30% of the time. If X is the spinner landing on blue, what is the variance of X?

a)0.20

b)0.21

c)0.22

d)0.24

**Question 13**

Which of the following represents the graph of y= -3e

^{-x}?

a)

b)

c)

d)

**Calculator Allowed**

**Question 14**

Determine the value of the angle x in the following triangle to two decimal places.

a)7.90

b)7.95

c)7.96

d)7.97

**Question 15**

A binomial random variable,

Z, has a mean of 6.3 and a variance of 2.25. Determine the probability of success,p.

a)0.22

b)0.35

c)0.56

d)0.64

**Question 16**

The population of fruit flies after

tdays is given byP(t) = 200e^{0.005t}. What is the rate of increase of the population at 10 days (to the nearest unit)?

a)16

b)17

c)18

d)19

**Question 17**

The graph of y = 2(x – 2)

^{3 }– 3x is concave upwards when

a)x > 1.28

b)x < 1.29

c)x > 1.29

d)x < 1.27

**Question 18**

The 7:10am bus was late 3 days last week. What is the probability the bus will be late at least twice in the next week?

a)0.98

b)0.90

c)0.95

d)0.97

**Question 19**

If N = 640,

n= 75 andp= 0.35, what is the standard deviation of the distribution?

a)0.055

b)0.5

c)0.018

d)0.075

**Question 20**

Calculate the area of the region enclosed by the graphs of 2e

^{3x}and lnln(2x) + 5 to two decimal places.

a)0.21 units^{2}

b)0.10 units^{2}

c)0.11 units^{2}

d)0.12 units^{2}

**Question 21**

If Z is a normally distributed random variable, determine x given that P(Z > x) = 0.65, Z ~ N (5.7, 2.2

^{2})

a)2.2

b)3.85

c)4.15

d)4.85

**Question 22**

On average, 25% of people spend at least 150 hours a year playing video games. Using the normal approximation, determine the approximate probability that, in a sample size of 300, more than 50% of people have spent at least 150 hours a year driving.

a)0.15

b)0.20

c)0.25

d)0.35

**Question 23**

a)0.52

b)0.53

c)0.54

d)0.55

**Question 24**

a)9.30

b)9.31

c)9.33

d)10.2

**Question 25**

Determine (2x) + (x + 2) = 6

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