# Suggested Answers to 2014 A Level H1 Math 8864

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Hi, we tried to rush it out. This might not be the most appropriate suggested solutions. Feel free to comment and discuss. Let me know if I make mistakes. Thanks!

Also, we might not respond too fast as we will be trying to do the paper 2 for h2 math later too.

ERRATA:

4(ii) I made a silly mistake substituting the equations back in. You should get (4, 18) and (8,6) as the answers.

Many thanks to those who point out my mistakes.

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### 23 Responses to Suggested Answers to 2014 A Level H1 Math 8864

1. Anon says:

Hi for 9(ii), why is P(X>/4) not equal to =1-P(X</4) since 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 less than or equal to 4, there will still be 4 lacks having at most two cakes containing fruit?

• K.S. Teng says:

Hi
They want at least 4, so when we take complement, you need to minus {0,1,2,3}

2. Hi says:

Hey thx!! Last part ans can’t see !!

• K.S. Teng says:

Hi
Oh man, that’s bad. Sorry bout that. Try keying in? 🙂 rmb to square root your variance!!

• Tiffany says:

The ans should be 0.333:)
thanks mr teng for providing ans!

3. Anon says:

For 12(ii), shouldn’t the variance be B1+..+B7 ~N (525, 7(64^2) = (525, 28672)?

• K.S. Teng says:

Hi,
Got to be more careful. 🙂 it’s written that variance is 64. 🙂

4. Anon says:

Hahaha was waiting for this since ystd to practice the stats question! Im not your student but i really appreciate the effort!! Didnt do so well for p1 ystd so really counting on p2 now! Thanks again for the answers 🙂

• K.S. Teng says:

Hi
No worries. Not so sure if I’m right either. Rushed it this morning haha all the best for p2 later! 🙂 Yes you still have 100 marks!! A lot of students tends to over look the papers have equal weightage haha all the best!

5. anon says:

@Anon: 12(ii) is right – 64 is already the variance dont need to square that

shouldnt 11(v) be (37/300)(36/299)?

6. Asaph says:

Thanks soo much for the answers! 🙂 Can i have your opinion on the marks range for A and B for this paper?

7. Thank you!!! says:

Hello! For question 4, when you substitute the second equation in, it becomes 5x^2+2y^2+2xy , but the original equation is 5x^2+y^2-2xy. Is it an error or did I miss out something as my answer differs

Hi there.
I think you’re right. :/ Too careless on my part. So sorry!

8. Tiffany says:

qn 4ii, why when you substitute in the equation, it became + 2(x)(30-3x)? IF following the ans in part i should it be -2x(30-3x)? Additionally, what do you think will be the mark range for A?:) tks for providing soln!

Hi,
Yes, very careless of me. My bad.

9. anon says:

Hi I disagree with 11 (v). I don’t agree that binomial should be used as the probability is not constant? Instead I used 37/300 x 36/299

10. Lynn says:

hi! may i know if for the question 1 and 3ii, is it acceptable if i wrote the answer in full decimal?

Hi,
They want exact answers, even the 9dp full string of digits aren’t exact. :/
Don’t worry, you still get credit for the working!

11. Seth says:

Made some really stupid mistakes on my part. Btw I asked my teacher and she said bell curve for H1 math for A is 70 and above. Hope this is true!

We all make stupid mistakes. look at mine haha. But I guess we slowly learn from them 🙂

12. Augustine says: