Form 4 Mathematics
The gradient of a curve is given by dy/dx = x^{2}  4x^{4} 3. The curve passes through the point (1,0). Find the equation of the curve.
Form 4 Mathematics
Form 4 Mathematics
The equation of acurve is given by y = x^{3} – 4x^{2} – 3x
(a) Find the value of y when x = 1 (b) Determine the stationary points of the curve (c) Find the equation of the normal to the curve at x = 1 Form 4 MathematicsThe velocity Vms^{1} of particle in motion is given by V =3t^{2} – t +4, where t is time in seconds. Calculate the distance traveled by the particle between the time t=1 second and t=5 seconds. Form 4 Mathematics
The displacement, s metres, of a moving particle from a point O, after t seconds is given by, s = t^{3} – 5t^{2} + 3t + 10
a) Find s when t =2. b) Determine: i. The velocity of the particle when t = 5 seconds; ii. The value of t when the particle is momentarily at rest. c) Find the time, when the velocity of the particles is maximum. Form 4 Mathematics
The acceleration of a body moving along a straight line is (4  t) m/s^{2} and its velocity is v m/s after t seconds.
(a) (i) If the initial velocity of the body is 3 m/s, express the velocity v in terms of t. (ii) Find the velocity of the body after 2 seconds. (b) Calculate: (i) the time taken to attain maximum velocity; (ii) the distance covered by the body to attain the maximum velocity. Form 4 Mathematics
The displacement s metre of a particle moving along straight line after t seconds is given by. S = 3t + ^{3}/_{2} t^{2} – 2t^{3}
Form 4 Mathematics
The displacement, s metres, of a moving particle after,t seconds is given by, s =2t ^{3} 5t^{2} + 4t + 2. .
Determine: (a) the velocity of the particle when t = 3 seconds; (b) the value o f t when the particle is momentarily at rest; (c) the displacement when the particle is momentarily at rest; (d) the acceleration of the particle when t = 3 seconds. Form 2 Mathematics
In a uniformly accelerated motion the distance, s metres, travelled in time t seconds varies partly as the time and partly as the square of the time. When the time is 2 seconds, the distance travelled is 80 metres and when the time is 3 seconds, the distance travelled is 135 metres.
(a) Express s in terms of t. (b) Find: (i) the distance travelled in 5 seconds; (ii) the time taken to travel a distance of 560 metres. Form 4 Mathematics
A particle starts from O and moves in a straight line so that its velocity V ms^{1} after time t seconds is given by V = 3tt^{2}. The distance of the particle from O at time t seconds is s metres.
(a) Express s in terms of t and c where c is a constant. (b) Calculate the time taken before the particle returns to 0. Form 4 MathematicsGiven the curve y = 2x^{3} + ½x^{2} – 4x + 1. Find the:
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A particle moves in a straight line from a fixed point. Its velocity Vms^{1} after t seconds is given by V=9t^{2} – 4t +1
Calculate the distance traveled by the particle during the third second. Form 4 Mathematics
The distance s metres from a fixed point O, covered by a particle after t seconds is given by the equation;
S =t^{3} 6t^{2} + 9t + 5. a) Calculate the gradient to the curve at t=0.5 seconds b) Determine the values of s at the maximum and minimum turning points of the curve. c) On the space provided, sketch the curve of s= t^{3}6t^{2}+9t + 5. Form 4 Mathematics
A particle moves in a straight line through a point P. Its velocity v m/s is given by v= 2 1, where t is time in seconds, after passing P. The distance s of the particle from P when t = 2 is 5 metres. Find the expression for s in terms of t.
Form 4 Mathematics
The gradient of the tangent to the curve y = ax^{3} + bx at the point ( 1,1) is 5
Calculate the values of a and b 
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