Form 4 Mathematics
The equation of a curve is y=x^{3}+x^{2}x1
(i) Determine the stationary point of the curve (Îi) the nature of the stationary points in (a) (i) above. (b) Determine: (i) the equation of the tangent to the curve at x = 1; (ii) the equation of the normal to the curve at x = 1. Form 4 Mathematics
The shaded region on the graph below shows a piece of land ABCD earmarked for building a subcounty hospital.
(a) Write down the ordinates of curves AB and DC for x = 0, 200, 400, 600, 800, 1000 and 1200.
(b) Use trapezium rule, with 6 strips to estimate the area of the piece of land ABCD, in hectares. (c) Use midordinate rule with 3 strips to estimate the area of the piece of land, in hectares. Form 2 MathematicsForm 4 MathematicsForm 4 Mathematics
The figure below is a right pyramid VEFGHI with a square base of 8cm and a slant edge of 20cm Points A B C and D lie on the slant edges or the pyramid such that VA = VB = VC = VD = 10 cm and plane ABCD is paralell to the base EFGH.
(a) Find the length of AB.
(b) Calculate to 2 decimal places (i) The length of AC (ii) The perpendicular height of the pyramid VABCD (c) The pyramid VABCD was cut off. Find the volume of the frustum ABCDEFGH correct to 2 decimal places Form 2 Mathematics
A triangle ABC with Vertices A (2,2),B (1,4)and C (1,4) is mapped on to triangle A'B'C' by a reflection in the line y=x+1.
(a) On the grid provided draw (i) triangle ABC (ii) the line y = x + 1; (iii) triangle A'B'C'. (b) Triangle A"B"C" is the image of triangle A'B'C' under a negative quarter turn (0,0). On the same grid, draw triangle A"B"C". (c) State the type of congruence between triangles: (i) ABC and A’B’C’; (ii) A’B’C’ and A”B”C” Form 2 Mathematics
(a) A line, L1, posies through tho points (3,3) and (5,7). Find the equation of L1, in the form y = mx+c where m and c arc constonti.
(b) Another line L2 is perpendicular to L1, and passes through (2, 3). Find: (i) the equation of L2; (ii) the xintercept of L2. (c) Determine the point of intersection of L1, and L2. Form 2 Mathematics
A rectangular water tank measures 2.4 m long, 2 m wide and 1.5 m high. The tank contains some water up to a height of 0.45 m.
(a) Calculate the amount of water, in litres, needed to fill up the tank (b) An inlet pipe was opened and water let to flow into the tank at a rate of 10 litres per minute.After one hour, a drain pipe was opened and water allowed to flow out of the tank at a rate of 4 litres per minute. Calculate: (i) the height of water in the tank after 3 hours; (ii) the total time taken to fill up the tank. Form 2 Mathematics
A bus plies between two towns P and R via town Q daily. On each day it departs from P at 8.15 a.m. and stops for 40 minutes at Q before proceeding to R.
On a certain day, the bus took 5 hours 40 minutes to travel from P to Q and 3 hours 15 minutes to travel from Q to R. Find, in 24 hour clock system, the time the bus arrived at R. Form 2 Mathematics
A trader bought two types of bulbs A and B at Ksh 60 and Ksh 56 respectively. She bought a total of 50 bulbs of both types ct a total of Ksh 2872.
Determine the number of type A bulbs that she bought. Form 2 Mathematics
Solve the inequality 2x  1 â‰¤ 3x + 4 < 7  x.
â€‹Related Questions and Answers on Linear InequalitiesForm 1 Mathematics
Using a ruler and a pair of compass only, construct a rhombus PQRS such that PQ = 6cm and SPQ = 75°.
Measure the length of PR. Form 1 Mathematics
A tourist converted 5820 US dollars into Kenya Shillings at the rate of Ksh 102.10 per dollar. While in Kenya, he spent Ksh450 000 and converted the balance into dollars at the rate of Ksh 103.00 per dollar.
Calculate the amount of money, to the nearest dollar, that remained. 
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