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4 + 9 and 8 + 5 respectively.

and hence find angle BAC. [4]

2. A geometric progression has first term a and common ration r. The second term is 80

and the fifth term is 1250. Calculate

3. (i) Determine the value of k such that the lines + 3 = 6 and + 2 = 12 are

perpendicular to each other. [3]

(ii) A circle of radius 5 cm has as its centre the point of intersection of the two

perpendicular lines in (i). Determine the equation for this circle. [4]

(i) 21 = 10 [4]

has roots and . Find the value of k and of p. [5]

6. In a certain country there are two daily newspapers, the Standard and the Beacon. It is

estimated that 40% of the households subscribe to the Standard and 45% subscribe to

the Beacon. 80% of those households who subscribe to the Standard also subscribe to

the Beacon.

subscribes to

7. Three work shifts A, B and C produce 50%, 30% and 20% of the total production of

shirts at factory, The percentage of defective shirts produced by the shifts is 3%, 4% and

5% respectively.

(a) Show this date on a tree diagram showing the probability on all branches. [3]

(b) If a shirt is chosen at random, what is the probability that it is defective? [3]

(c) Find the probability that the shirt was produced by work shift A given that it was

found to be defective. [3]

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