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# Waec 2019 Further Maths Answer Now Available.

## How to Get 2019 WAEC 2019 MAY/JUNE FURTHER MATHS Question Paper.

*FURTHER MATHEMATICS*

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FURTHER MATHS OBJ:
1-10: AACACBDABC
11-20: DAACCDBDAA
21-30: BCCBABABCC
31-40: BCCBCCDDDD

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1(b)
F(x+2)-6x^2+5x-8 f(5
X+2=5
X=5-2
X=3
6x^2 +5x-8
=6(3)^2 + 5(3)-8
=54+15-8
=6!
Lord cubic
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(2a)
Using y2 – y1/x2 – x1
Where y2 = 7, y1 = -5,
X2 = -2, and X1 = 7
7 – -5/-2 – 7
=7+5/-9
=12/-9
=4/-3
Coordinate points :
-4/3(3 : 2)
=-12/3 : -8/3
= -4 : -2⅔
X = (-4, 2⅔)
(2b)
2/1-√2 – 2/2+√2
=2(2+√2)-2(1-√2)/(1-√2)(2+√2)
=4+2√2 – 2+2√2/2+√2-2√2 – 2
=2 + 4√2/-√2
=(2+4√2)(-√2)/-√2(-√2)
= -2√2 – 4(2)/2
= -8 – 2√2/2
= -4 – √2
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(4)
Draw the right angled triangle
Using Pythagoras theorem
Third side = √(p+q)² – (p-q)²
=√(p+q+p-q)(p+q-p+q)
Difference of two squares.
=√(2p)(2q)
=√4pq
Tanx = opp/adj = p – q/2√pq
1 – tan²X = 1-(p-q)²/4pq
=(4pq)-(p²-2pq+q²)/4pq
= -p²+6pq-q²/4pq
= -(p² – 6pq + q²)/4pq
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(5)
Draw the diagram
Using cosine law
Cos∅ = 16²+10²-14²/2(16)(10)
Cos∅ = 256 + 100 – 196/320
Cos∅ = 160/320
Cos∅ = 0.5
∅ = cos-¹(0.5)
∅ = 60°
Angle between 10N and 16N
= 180 – ∅ (sum of angles on a straight line)
= 180 – 60
=120°
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(6)
Draw the diagram
(T × 25)=(50×10)+(20×45)
25T = 500 + 900
25T = 1400
T = 1400/25
T = 56N
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(7)
In a tabular form
Under class interval:
1-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20, 21-25, 26-30
Under class mark (X):
3, 8, 13, 18, 23, 28
Under X-Xbar:
-10, -5, 0, 5, 10, 15
Under frequency:
18, 12, 25, 15, 20, 10
Ef = 100
Under f(X – XbarA):
-180, -60, 0, 75, 200, 150
f(X – XbarA) = 185
Where xA = 13
Mean = xA + Ef(X – Xbar)/Ef
=13 + 185/100
=13 + 1.85
=14.85years
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9a
2x^2 ≥9x+5
2x^2+x-10x-5≥0
(2x^2+x)-(10x+5)≥0
x(2x+1)-5(2x+1)≥0
(2X+1)(x-5)≥0
2x+1≥0
2x≥-1
X≥-1/2
Or
X-5≥0
X≥5
Thus
X £ [5+∞] and x £ [-∞,-1/2]
Hence
X € [-∞,-1/2] v [5+∞]
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11) u= 5ms-1 u= 6ms-1
A= 1ms-2 a= 3ms-2
p→ ←a
M—————————————N
51m
11a)t when particles are 30 meters apart
S= ut + ½ at2
Sp= st + ½ t2
Sa = 6t + 1/2 (3)t2
Where sp and sa are distances covered by particles respectively at
any time t
At time, t= 1.5s
Sp = 5(1.5) + ½(1.5)2 =8.625m
sa = 6(1.5) + ½ (3)(1.5)2 = 12.375m
sp + sa = 8.625 + 12.375
= 21m
Distance between particles = 51 – 21 = 30m
At time t = 1.5s, the particles will be 30 meters apart.
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(10a) given 4x² – px +1 = 0
For real roots: b² – 4ac >0
(-p) ² – 4(4) (1) > 0
p² – 16 > 0
p² >16
p > ± 4

(10bi) Given: (1 +3x)⁶
Using pascal’s triangle: 1, 6, 15, 20, 15, 6, 1
(1)⁶(3x)º + 6(1)⁵ (3x)¹ + 15 (1)⁴ (3x)₂ + 20(1)³ (3x)³ + (15) (1)²(3x)⁴+6(1)¹(3x)⁵ + 1(1)º(3x)⁶
1 + 6(3x) + 15 (9x²) + 20 (27x³) + 15 (81x⁴) + 6(243 x⁵) 729x⁶
1 + 18x + 135x² + 540x³ + 1215x⁴ 1458x⁵ + 729x⁶

(ii) (1.03)⁶ = (1 + 3(0.01)]
Therefore (1.03)⁶ = 1 + 18(0.01) + 135 (0.01)² + 540(0.01)³ + 1215(0.01)⁴
+ 1458 (0.01)⁵ + 729 (0.01)⁶
+ 1 + 0.18 + 0.0135 + 0.005 + 0.00001215
+ 0.0000001458 + 0.000000000729
= 1.1940523
= 1.194 (4s.f)

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