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marksphysicshelpWrite your name hereSurnameOther namesPearson EdexcelLevel 3 GCECentre NumberCandidate NumberMathematicsAdvancedPaper 3: Statistics and MechanicsFriday 15 June 2018 – AfternoonTime: 2 hoursYou must have:Mathematical Formulae and Statistical Tables, calculatorPaper Reference9MA0/03Total MarksCandidates may use any calculator allowed by the regulations of theJoint Council for Qualifications. Calculators must not have the facilityfor symbolic algebra manipulation, differentiation and integration, orhave retrievable mathematical formulae stored in them.Instructionsblack ink or ball-point pen. UseIf pencil is used for diagrams/sketches/graphs it must be dark (HB or B).Fill in the boxes at the top of this page with your name, centrenumber and candidate number.Answerall questions and ensure that your answers to parts of questions are clearly labelled.the questions in the spaces provided Answer– there may be more space than you need.should show sufficient working to make your methods clear. YouAnswers without working may not gain full credit. Answers should be given to three significant figures unless otherwise stated.Informationbooklet ‘Mathematical Formulae and Statistical Tables’ is provided. AThereare 10 questions in this question paper. The total mark for this paper is 100.Themarkseach question are shown in brackets – use this asfora guideas to how much time to spend on each question.Adviceeach question carefully before you start to answer it. ReadTry to answer every question. Check your answers if you have time at the end.Turn overP58350A 2018 Pearson Education Ltd.1/1/1/*P58350A0136*MPH

MPH1. Helen believes that the random variable C, representing cloud cover from the large dataset, can be modelled by a discrete uniform distribution.(1)Helen used all the data from the large data set for Hurn in 2015 and found that theproportion of days with cloud cover of less than 50% was 0.315(c) Comment on the suitability of Helen’s model in the light of this information.(d) Suggest an appropriate refinement to Helen’s model.(1)(1)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(b) Using this model, find the probability that cloud cover is less than 50%(2)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(a) Write down the probability distribution for C.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAAnswer ALL questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREASECTION A: STATISTICS2*P58350A0236*

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(a) Stating your hypotheses clearly and using a 5% level of significance, test whether ornot the correlation between sales figures and average weekly temperature is negative.(b) Suggest a possible reason for this correlation.(3)(1)Tessa suggests that a linear regression model could be used to model these data.(c) State, giving a reason, whether or not the correlation coefficient is consistent withTessa’s suggestion.(d) State, giving a reason, which variable would be the explanatory variable.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA2. Tessa owns a small clothes shop in a seaside town. She records the weekly sales figures, w,and the average weekly temperature, t C, for 8 weeks during the summer.The product moment correlation coefficient for these data is 0.915DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAMPH(1)(1)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(1)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(e) Give an interpretation of the gradient of this regression equation.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREATessa calculated the linear regression equation as w 10 755 – 171t4*P58350A0436*

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Peta models H as B(10, 0.1)(a) State two assumptions Peta needs to make to use her model.(b) Using Peta’s model, find P(H 4)(2)(1)For each child the random variable F represents the number of the throw on which thedart first hits the target.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA3. In an experiment a group of children each repeatedly throw a dart at a target.For each child, the random variable H represents the number of times the dart hits thetarget in the first 10 throws.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAMPHUsing Peta’s assumptions about this experiment,(c) find P(F 5)(d) Find the value of α(4)(e) Using Thomas’ model, find P(F 5)(f) Explain how Peta’s and Thomas’ models differ in describing the probability that adart hits the target in this experiment.(1)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAwhere α is a constant.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAP(F n) 0.01 (n 1) αDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAThomas assumes that in this experiment no child will need more than 10 throws for thedart to hit the target for the first time. He models P(F n) asDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(2)(1)6*P58350A0636*

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(a) State the sampling method Charlie used.(1)(b) State and briefly describe an alternative method of non-random sampling Charliecould have used to obtain a sample of 40 workers.(2)Taruni decided to ask every member of the company the time, x minutes, it takes them totravel to the office.(c) State the data selection process Taruni used.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA4. Charlie is studying the time it takes members of his company to travel to the office.He stands by the door to the office from 08 40 to 08 50 one morning and asks workers, asthey arrive, how long their journey was.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAMPH(1)405060708090100 110 120 130 140Journey time (minutes)n 95    x 4133    x2 202 294(d) Write down the interquartile range for these data.(e) Calculate the mean and the standard deviation for these data.(f) State, giving a reason, whether you would recommend using the mean and standarddeviation or the median and interquartile range to describe these data.(1)(3)(2)Rana and David both work for the company and have both moved house since Tarunicollected her data.Rana’s journey to work has changed from 75 minutes to 35 minutes and David’s journeyto work has changed from 60 minutes to 33 minutes.Taruni drew her box plot again and only had to change two values.(g) Explain which two values Taruni must have changed and whether each of thesevalues has increased or decreased.(3)10*P58350A01036*DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA30DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA20DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA10DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREATaruni’s results are summarised by the box plot and summary statistics below.

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MPH(a) Find the probability that a randomly selected battery will last for longer than 16 hours.(1)At the start of her exams Alice put 4 new batteries in her calculator.She has used her calculator for 16 hours, but has another 4 hours of exams to sit.(b) Find the probability that her calculator will not stop working for Alice’s remaining exams.(5)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAAlice’s calculator requires 4 batteries and will stop working when any one battery reachesthe end of its lifetime.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA5. The lifetime, L hours, of a battery has a normal distribution with mean 18 hours andstandard deviation 4 hours.(d) Stating your hypotheses clearly and using a 5% level of significance, test Alice’s belief.(5)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAAfter her exams, Alice believed that the lifetime of the batteries was more than 18 hours.She took a random sample of 20 of these batteries and found that their mean lifetime was19.2 hours.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(3)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(c) Show that the probability that her calculator will not stop working for the remainderof her exams is 0.199 to 3 significant figures.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAAlice only has 2 new batteries so, after the first 16 hours of her exams, although hercalculator is still working, she randomly selects 2 of the batteries from her calculator andreplaces these with the 2 new batteries.14*P58350A01436*

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MPHAnswer ALL questions. Write your answers in the spaces provided.6. At time t seconds, where t 0, a particle P moves in the x-y plane in such a way that itsvelocity v m s 1 is given by 1v t 2 i 4tjWhen t 1, P is at the point A and when t 4, P is at the point B.Find the exact distance AB.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAUnless otherwise stated, whenever a numerical value of g is required, take g 9.8 m s 2 and give youranswer to either 2 significant figures or 3 significant figures.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREASECTION B: MECHANICS(6)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA18*P58350A01836*

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MPH7.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAα20 kgFigure 1A wooden crate of mass 20 kg is pulled in a straight line along a rough horizontal floorusing a handle attached to the crate.3The handle is inclined at an angle α to the floor, as shown in Figure 1, where tan α 4The tension in the handle is 40 N.The coefficient of friction between the crate and the floor is 0.14The crate is modelled as a particle and the handle is modelled as a light rod.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA40 Nα40 N20 kgDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAThe crate is now pushed along the same floor using the handle. The handle is againinclined at the same angle α to the floor, and the thrust in the handle is 40 N as shown inFigure 2 below.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(6)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(a) find the acceleration of the crate.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAUsing the model,Figure 2(b) Explain briefly why the acceleration of the crate would now be less than theacceleration of the crate found in part (a).(2)20*P58350A02036*

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MPH(a) Show that the magnitude of the acceleration of P is 2.5 m s 2(4)At the instant when P leaves the point A, the acceleration of P changes so that P nowmoves with constant acceleration (4i 8.8j) m s 2At the instant when P reaches the point B, the direction of motion of P is north east.(b) Find the time it takes for P to travel from A to B.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAA particle P moves with constant acceleration.At time t 0, the particle is at O and is moving with velocity (2i 3j) m s 1At time t 2 seconds, P is at the point A with position vector (7i 10j) m.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA8. [In this question i and j are horizontal unit vectors due east and due north respectivelyand position vectors are given relative to the fixed point O.](4)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREADO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA24*P58350A02436*

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MPHxPAαDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREACB2aDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA9.3, as shown in Figure 3.4The plank is modelled as a uniform rod, the block is modelled as a particle and the ropeis modelled as a light inextensible string.(a) Using the model, show that the tension in the rope is5Mg (3 x a )6aDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAThe angle between the rope and the plank is α, where tan α DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAA small block of mass 3M is placed on the plank at the point P, where AP x.The plank is in equilibrium in a vertical plane which is perpendicular to the wall.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAA plank, AB, of mass M and length 2a, rests with its end A against a rough vertical wall.The plank is held in a horizontal position by a rope. One end of the rope is attached to the plankat B and the other end is attached to the wall at the point C, which is vertically above A.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAFigure 3(3)The magnitude of the horizontal component of the force exerted on the plank at A by thewall is 2 Mg.(b) Find x in terms of a.(2)The force exerted on the plank at A by the wall acts in a direction which makes anangle β with the horizontal.(c) Find the value of tan β(5)The rope will break if the tension in it exceeds 5 Mg.(d) Explain how this will restrict the possible positions of P. You must justify youranswer carefully.28*P58350A02836*(3)

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MPH10.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAAα3m2mTFigure 4A boy throws a ball at a target. At the instant when the ball leaves the boy’s hand at thepoint A, the ball is 2 m above horizontal ground and is moving with speed U at an angle αabove the horizontal.DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAU(2)The point T is at a horizontal distance of 20 m from A and is at a height of 0.75 m abovethe ground. The ball reaches T without hitting the ground.(b) Find the size of the angle α(c) State one limitation of the model that could affect your answer to part (b).(d) Find the time taken for the ball to travel from A to T.(9)DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA2g.sin 2 αDO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREA(a) show that U 2 DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAUsing the model,DO NOT WRITE IN THIS AREAIn the subsequent motion, the highest point reached by the ball is 3 m above the ground.The target is modelled as being the point T, as shown in Figure 4.The ball is modelled as a particle moving freely under gravity.(1)(3)32*P58350A03236*

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