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046pmak - 1 - July 21, 2004 Principles of Mathematics 12 June 2004 Provincial Examination A NSWER K EY / S CORING G UIDE CURRICULUM: Organizers Sub-Organizers 1. Problem Solving A Problem Solving and Cross Topic Problems 2. Patterns and Relations B C/D Geometric Sequences and Series Logarithms and Exponents Trigonometry 3. Shape and Space E F Conics Transformations 4. Statistics and Probability G G G Combinatorics Probability Statistics Part A: Multiple Choice QK C SC O PLO Q K C S CO PLO 1. A U 1.5 2 C4 21. D H 1.5 2 D1 2. C U 1.5 2 C3 22. A K 1.5 3 E2 3. B U 1.5 2 C5 23. A U 1.5 3 E3 4. C K 1.5 2 D6, F4 24. C H 1.5 3 E2 5. D U 1.5 2 C7 25. A K 1.5 3 F1 6. D U 1.5 2 C6 26. A U 1.5 3 F3 7. B U 1.5 2 D5 27. D U 1.5 3 F6 8. A U 1.5 2 C8 28. C H 1.5 3 F6 9. B H 1.5 2 D6 29. D K 1.5 4 G6 10. A U 1.5 2 B1 30. A U 1.5 4 G8 11. D U 1.5 2 B1 31. C H 1.5 4 G4 12. B K 1.5 2 B3 32. C U 1.5 4 G7 13. D U 1.5 2 B1 33. D H 1.5 4 G7 14. D H 1.5 2 B3 34. B U 1.5 4 G11 15. B K 1.5 2 D3 35. B U 1.5 4 G13 16. C K 1.5 2 C2 36. B U 1.5 4 G8 17. D U 1.5 2 C1 37. B H 1.5 4 G12 18. C U 1.5 2 C2 38. A U 1.5 4 G2 19. C U 1.5 2 C2 39. C U 1.5 4 G1 20. A H 1.5 2 D1 40. B H 1.5 4 G2 Multiple Choice = 60 marks
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046pmak - 2 - July 21, 2004 Part B: Written Response QB C S CO PLO 1a. 1 U 2 3 F6 1b. 2 U 3 3 F4 2. 3 U 4 3 E2 3. 4 U 5 2 D1, D3 4. 5 U 4 4 G12 5a. 6 U 2 4 G8, G12 5b. 7 U 2 4 G8, G3 6. 8 U 4 2 D7 7. 9 H 4 2 C8 Written Response = 30 marks Multiple Choice = 60 (40 questions) Written Response = 30 (7 questions) EXAMINATION TOTAL = 90 marks LEGEND: Q = Question Number K = Keyed Response C = Cognitive Level B = Score Box Number S = Score CO = Curriculum Organizer PLO = Prescribed Learning Outcome
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046pmak - 3 - July 21, 2004 1. The graph of yf x = () is shown below. y x 5 –5 –5 5
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046pmak - 4 - July 21, 2004 a) On the grid provided, sketch the graph of yfx =- () - 3. (2 marks) y x 5 –5 –5 5 1 mark reflection over y -axis 1 mark translation down 3 Note: Deduct 1 2 mark if graph does not stop on the right hand side.
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046pmak - 5 - July 21, 2004 b) On the grid provided, sketch the graph of y fx = () 1 . (3 marks) y x 5 –5 –5
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