MATHEMATICAL LITERACY P1
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MEMORANDUM
MARKS: 150
Codes  Explanation 
M  Method 
MA  Method with Accuracy 
CA  Consistent Accuracy 
A  Accuracy 
C  Conversion 
D  Define 
S  Simplification 
RT/RD/RG  Reading from a table OR a graph OR a diagram OR a map OR a plan 
SF  Substitution in a formula 
P  Penalty, e.g. for no units, incorrect rounding off, etc. 
R  Rounding Off 
NP  No penalty for rounding OR omitting units 
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MATHEMATICAL LITERACY P1
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MARKS: 150
TIME: 3 hours
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
QUESTION 1
1.1
Audrey started a stokvel on 1 February 2015 to save for the December holidays. She invited 21 friends to join the stokvel. The aim was to continue with the stokvel after 2015.
Guidelines for this stokvel:
During the first meeting all the members paid their initial fees and their first monthly contributions.
1.1.1 Determine the total amount deposited in the bank account after the first meeting. (3)
1.1.2 Lena, a member of the stokvel, had not yet paid her monthly contribution for July by the 7^{th}.
Calculate the total amount Lena had to pay on 13 July when she made her monthly contribution. (3)
1.1.3 On 20 December 2015 the total amount in the stokvel account was R110 614,84.
Calculate the equal amount that each member received on 20 December 2015, assuming that all the members had paid all their monthly contributions. (4)
1.2 Mrs Mdluli owns fully furnished holiday cottages along the beach. She needs to replace the fridges in 12 of the cottages and obtains a quotation from a furniture store which provides finance. She indicates that she will pay a deposit and agrees to include the extended guarantee, delivery charge and initiation fee as part of the quotation.
ANNEXURE A shows the quotation she received from R&F Finance. Some amounts on the quotation have been omitted.
Use ANNEXURE A to answer the following questions.
1.2.1 Determine the missing value A. (2)
1.2.2 Show how the total value of the goods of R145 787,88 was calculated. (2)
1.2.3 Calculate the percentage deposit that needs to be paid. (3)
1.2.4 Calculate the total VAT amount that is included in the price for ALL the fridges. (3)
1.2.5 Define the term interest in this context.
1.2.6 R&F Finance charges simple interest on their financing deals.
Show how the interest amount of R40 326,29 was calculated. (3)
1.2.7 Calculate the missing value B. (3)
1.2.8 List ALL the extra charges that are not included in this quotation. (3)
1.2.9 Calculate the missing value C. (3)
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QUESTION 2
2.1
Justin has an injury that requires him to use a wheelchair for a while. He uses the diagrams below to determine certain dimensions of the wheelchair.
Use the diagrams above to answer the following questions,
2.1.1 The outer diameter of the bigger wheel is 54% of the length of the wheelchair.
Determine the length of the outer diameter (rounded off to the nearest mm) of the big wheel. (4)
2.1.2 The big wheel has 24 equally spaced cylindrical spokes attached to the rim, as shown in the picture alongside. The diameter of each spoke is 2 mm. The inner diameter of the rim is 584 mm.
Calculate how far apart the wheel spokes are spaced from each other on the rim.
You may use the following formula:
Circumference of a circle = π x diameter using π = 3,142 (6)
2.1.3 One of the doorway openings in Justin's house is 750 mm wide. Determine, showing ALL calculations, how wide (in mm) the available gap on both sides of the wheelchair is if the wheelchair passes through the doorway opening exactly in the middle.
2.2
The doorway of a museum is shown in the photograph and diagram below. It has two identical doors that can open to allow for the easy flow of people.
The doors have glasspanel inserts, in the shape of rectangles and quarter circles, embedded in a wooden frame, as shown in the photograph and diagram below.
Use the diagram above to answer the following questions,
2.2.1 Determine the total width, in metres, of the two doors. (3)
2.2.2 Calculate the value of e, the length of the rectangular glass panel inserts. (4)
2.2.3 Calculate the total area (in mm) of ALL the glasspanel inserts. (6)
2.2.4 The total volume of the glass panels is 15 985,408 cm^{3} and the density of glass is 2,5 g/cm^{3}. Calculate (in kg) the total mass of the glass panels. (4)
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QUESTION 3
3.1
Gonzales lives in Mission Valley and travels by bus to his workplace at the Mission Valley Police Department.
ANNEXURE B shows a route map for the Mission Valley Transfer Centre bus.
The bus route is as follows:
ANNEXURE C shows a timetable of the Mission Valley Transfer Centre bus. The timetable indicates the time when the bus generally leaves the different bus stops.
Use the route map (ANNEXURE B) and the timetable (ANNEXURE C) to answer the following questions.
3.1.1 Name the bus stop closest to Gonzales's workplace. (2)
3.1.2 Give the general direction of a bus travelling along Turner Street. (2)
3.1.3 Between which TWO bus stops does the route cross only ONE street? (2)
3.1.4 Determine how long it will take a bus to complete a round trip if it departs from the Mission Valley Transfer Centre at 17:55. (2)
3.1.5 Gonzales visited the Department of Human Services. He left the building at 11:52 and arrived at Bus Stop 5 exactly 13 minutes later. Determine how long he had to wait for the next bus to travel directly to Bus Stop 2. (3)
3.1.6 Calculate the time a bus takes to complete the SocorroZaragoza loop. (2)
3.2 Use ANNEXURE C to answer the following question.
A bus travelling at an average speed of 43 km/h departs from Bus Stop 3 at 08:15 and arrives at Bus Stop 5 at 08:23.
Calculate the distance, in km, between these two bus stops.
You may use the following formula:
Average speed = ^{distance}/_{time} (4)
3.3
Evelina bought a framed mirror for her room. She wants to mount the mirror on the wall, using two screws. She received the following mounting instructions, diagrams A to D (not in order), with the mirror.
Use the information in the diagrams above to answer the following questions.
3.3.1 Refer to the diagrams and write down the correct order in which the mirror should be mounted. (Use A, B, C and D.) (2)
3.3.2 If written instructions had accompanied the diagrams, match the following instruction with the correct diagram:
Use a pencil and a level to make the second mark, X, exactly 700 mm from the first mark. (2)
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Question 4
Use the information in the table above to answer the following questions.
4.1.1 Identify the municipality that had the highest number of employed people during 2011 (2)
4.1.2 Calculate the difference in the total population of the municipality that had the largest increase in total population from 2001 to 2011.
4.1.3 Calculate the number of elderly people in the Blouberg municipality during 2001.
4.1.4 A person living in the Breede Valley municipality during 2011 is randomly selected. Determine the probability that the person is employed. Express the probability as a common fraction in its simplest form. (3)
4.1.5 Which municipality showed the largest percentage increase in the use of electricity from 2001 to 2011?
4.1.6 Calculate the average population growth rate for the Breede Valley municipality from 2001 to 2011. You may use the following formula:
Average population growth rate =
difference in total population from 2001 to 2011 x 100
total population in 2001
4.1.7 Calculate, to the nearest km^{2}, the land area of the Tlokwe municipality in 2011. (3)
4.2 The natural environment provides resources that drive the economy and other human activities. Statistics SA recently released the 2010 estimates on the primary energy sources available in South Africa, as shown in the pie chart below.
Use the information in the pie chart above to answer the following questions,
4.2.1 Which ONE of the following is exactly the same as 7,3 million terrajoules?
4.2.2 Calculate the percentage that gas and nuclear resources each contribute to the energy supply if they contribute equally. (3)
4.2.3 Calculate the quantity of energy for petroleum products in terrajoules.
QUESTION 5
5.1
In April 2015 the acting head of Eskom suggested that to improve its financial situation, Eskom should supply electricity directly to all customers. If this should happen many municipalities would lose the income they receive from the sale of electricity.
The table below shows the average percentage income received by municipalities from the sale of electricity per province for 2015 and 2014.
A=19,5% more than the average percentage income of the following year.
[Adapted from financial census of municipalities]
Use the table above to answer the following questions.
5.1.1 Arrange, in descending order, the average percentage incomes for 2015. (2)
5.1.2 List ALL the provinces where the municipalities have an average percentage income greater than the mean percentage income for all the provinces during 2015. (5)
5.1.3 Use the information in TABLE 2 to complete the bar graph on the grid provided on the ANSWER SHEET. (7)
5.1.4 Determine the probability (as a percentage) of randomly choosing a province where the average percentage income of the municipalities was not more than 35% for 2014. (3)
5.2
Use ANNEXURE D to answer the following questions.
5.2.1 Determine the probability that Monde sold a Neotel prepaid airtime voucher at one of the schools. (2)
5.2.2 Which cellular network provider offers the second largest percentage discount? (2)
5.2.3 Explain the term profit in this context.
5.2.4 One of the vending machines only sells R15 airtime vouchers. On a particular day MTN airtime worth R270 and Virgin Mobile airtime worth R120 were sold. Calculate the total profit for that day, (4)
5.2.5 Calculate how many school weeks it would take Monde to make a profit of R5 122,50 if his average daily profit is R341,50.
5.2.6 Each vending machine costs R1 539,00, including 14% VAT. Monde bought 52 machines. Determine how many R10 Virgin Mobile airtime vouchers he must sell to cover the total cost of his machines.
5.2.7 If Cell C airtime worth R14 760 is sold, determine the total discount received by Monde. (3)
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TOTAL: 150
MATHEMATICS P2/WISKUNDE V2
FEBRUARY/MARCH/FEBRUARIE/MAART 2016
MEMORANDUM
MARKS: 150
NOTE
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MATHEMATICS P2
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MARKS: 150
TIME: 3 hours
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
Read the following instructions carefully before answering the questions.
QUESTION 1
The box and whisker diagram below shows the marks (out of 80) obtained in a History test by a class of nine learners.
1.1 Comment on the skewness of the data, (1)
1.2 Write down the range of the marks obtained. (2)
1.3 If the learners had to obtain 32 marks to pass the test, estimate the percentage of the class that failed the test. (3)
1.4 In ascending order, the second mark is 28, the third mark 36 and the sixth mark 69. The seventh and eighth marks are the same. The average mark for this test is 54.
28  36  69 
Fill in the marks of the remaining learners in ascending order. (6)
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QUESTION 2
A company recorded the number of messages sent by email over a period of 60 working days. The data is shown in the table below.
NUMBER OF MESSAGES  NUMBER OF DAYS 
10<x<20  2 
20<x<30  8 
30<x< 40  5 
40<x< 50  10 
50<x<60  12 
60<x< 70  18 
70<x< 80  3 
80<x<90  2 
2.1 Estimate the mean number of messages sent per day, rounded off to TWO decimal places. (3)
2.2 Draw a cumulative frequency graph (ogive) of the data on the grid provided in the ANSWER BOOK. (4)
2.3 Hence, estimate the number of days on which 65 or more messages were sent. (2)
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QUESTION 3
In the diagram below, P(1 ; 1), Q(0;2) and R are the vertices of a triangle and <PRQ = θ. The xintercepts of PQ and PR are M and N respectively. The equations of the sides PR and QR are y=x+2 and x + 3y + 6 = 0 respectively. T is a point on the xaxis, as shown.
3.1 Determine the gradient of QP. (2)
3.2 Prove that PÔR = 90°. (2)
3.3 Determine the coordinates of R. (3)
3.4 Calculate the length of PR. Leave your answer in surd form. (2)
3.5 Determine the equation of a circle passing through P, Q and R in the form (xa)^{2} + (y  b)^{2} =r^{2} (6)
3.6 Determine the equation of a tangent to the circle passing through P, Q and Rat point P in the form y=mx+c.
3.7 Calculate the size of θ.
QUESTION 4
In the diagram below, the equation of the circle with centre O is x^{2} + y^{2} = 20. The tangent PRS to the circle at R has the equation y= ^{1}/_{2}x+k. PRS cuts the yaxis at T and the x axis at S.
4.1 Determine, giving reasons, the equation of OR in the form y = mx + c. (3)
4.2 Determine the coordinates of R. (4)
4.3 Determine the area of OTS, given that R(2;4). (6)
4.4 Calculate the length of VT. (4)
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QUESTION 5
5.1 P(√7;3) and S(a; b) are points on the Cartesian plane, as shown in the diagram below. POR = POS = θ and OS = 6.
Determine, WITHOUT using a calculator, the value of:
5.1.1 tan θ (1)
5.1.2 sin(θ) (3)
5.1.3 a
5.2
5.2.1 Simplify ^{4sinxcosx}/_{(2sin2x  1)} to a single trigonometric ratio. (3)
5.2.2 Hence, calculate the value of WITHOUT using a calculator.(Leave your answer in simplest surd form.)(2)
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QUESTION 6
6.1 Given the equation: sin(x + 60°) + 2cos x = 0
6.1 Show that the equation can be rewritten as tan x = 4  √3. (4)
6.2 Determine the solutions of the equation sin(x + 60°) + 2cos x = 0 in the interval 180° ≤ x ≤ 180° (3)
6.3 In the diagram below, the graph of f(x) = 2 cos x is drawn for 120° ≤x ≤ 240°
6.3.1 Draw the graph of g(x) = sin(x + 60°) for 120° ≤x≤ 240° on the grid provided in the ANSWER BOOK. (3)
6.3.2 Determine the values of x in the interval 120° ≤ x ≤ 240^{o} for which sin(x + 60°) + 2cos x > 0.
QUESTION 7
7.1 In the diagram below, ΔPQR is drawn with PQ = 20  4x, RQ = x and Q = 60°
7.1.1 Show that the area of ΔPQR = 5√3x  √3x^{2}. (2)
7.1.2 Determine the value of x for which the area of ΔPQR will be a maximum. (3)
7.1.3 Calculate the length of PR if the area of ΔPQR is a maximum. (3)
7.2 In the diagram below, BC is a pole anchored by two cables at A and D. A, D and Care in the same horizontal plane. The height of the pole is h and the angle of elevation from A to the top of the pole, B, is β. ABD = 2β and BA=BD.
Determine the distance AD between the two anchors in terms of h. (7)
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Give reasons for ALL statements in QUESTIONS 8, 9 and 10.
QUESTION 8
8.1 In the diagram below, tangent KT to the circle at K is parallel to the chord NM. NT cuts the circle at L. ΔKML is drawn. M_{2}, = 40° and MKT = 84^{o}.
Determine, giving reasons, the size of:
8.1.1 K_{2} (2)
8.1.2 N_{1} (3)
8.1.3 T (2)
8.1.4 L_{2} (2)
8.1.5 L_{1} (1)
8.2 In the diagram below, AB and DC are chords of a circle. E is a point on AB such that BCDE is a parallelogram. DEB = 108° and DAE = 2x + 40°.
Calculate, giving reasons, the value of x. (5)
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QUESTION 9
In the diagram below, EO bisects side AC of ΔACE. EDO is produced to B such that BO = OD. AD and CD produced meet EC and EA at G and F respectively.
9.1 Give a reason why ABCD is a parallelogram. (1)
9.2 Write down, with reasons, TWO ratios each equal to ^{ED}/_{DB} (4)
9.3 Prove that A_{1} = F_{1}
9.4 It is further given that ABCD is a rhombus. Prove that ACGF is a cyclic quadrilateral. (3)
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QUESTION 10
10.1 In the diagram below, ΔABC and ΔPQR are given with A = P, B = Q and Ĉ = R.
DE is drawn such that AD=PQ and AE = PR.
10.1.1 Prove that ΔADE = ΔPQR. (2)
10.1.2 Prove that DE // BC. (3)
10.1.3 Hence, prove that ^{AB}/_{PQ} = ^{AC}/_{PR} (2)
10.2 In the diagram below, VR is a diameter of a circle with centre O. S is any point on the circumference. P is the midpoint of RS. The circle with RS as diameter cuts VR at T. ST, OP and SV are drawn.
10.2.1 Why is OP ⊥ PS? (1)
10.2.2 Prove that ΔROP /// ΔRVS. (4)
10.2.3 Prove that ΔRVS /// ΔRST. (3)
Prove that ST^{2} = VT. TR. (6)
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TOTAL 150
MATHEMATICS P1 MEMORANDUM
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MARKS: 150
TIME: 3 hours
Note
MATHEMATICS P1
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MARKS: 150
TIME: 3 hours
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
Read the following instructions carefully before answering the questions.
QUESTION 1
1.1 Solve for x:
1.1.1 x^{2} x12 = 0 (3)
1.1.2 x(x+3) 1 = 0 (Leave your answer in simplest surd form.) (3)
1.1.3 x(4 x)<0 (3)
1.1.4
x = a^{2}+a2 if a = 888 888 888 888 (2)
a1
1.2 Solve the following equations simultaneously:
y + 7 = 2x and x^{2}  Xy+3y^{2} =15 (6)
1.3 Determine the range of the function y = x+ 1/x, x≠0 and x is real (6)
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Question 2
2.1 Given the following quadratic sequence: 2;0:3; 7;...
2.1.1 Write down the value of the next term of this sequence. (1)
2.1.2 Determine an expression for the n^{th} term of this sequence. (5)
2.1.3 Which term of the sequence will be equal to 322? (4)
2.2
Consider an arithmetic sequence which has the second term equal to 8 and the fifth term equal to 10
2.2.1 Determine the common difference of this sequence. (3)
2.2.2 Write down the sum of the first 50 terms of this sequence, using sigma notation. (2)
2.2.3 Determine the sum of the first 50 terms of this sequence.(3)
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QUESTION 3
Chris bought a bonsai (miniature tree) at a nursery. When he bought the tree, its height was 130 mm. Thereafter the height of the tree increased, as shown below.
INCREASE IN HEIGHT OF THE TREE PER YEAR  
During the first year  During the second year  During the third year 
100 mm  70 mm  49 mm 
3.1
Chris noted that the sequence of height increases, namely 100 ; 70: 49 ..., was geometric. During which year will the height of the tree increase by approximately 11,76 mm? (4)
3.2 Chris plots a graph to represent the height h(n) of the tree (in mm) n years after he bought it. Determine a formula for h(n). (3)
3.3 What height will the tree eventually reach? (3)
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QUESTION 4
Given: f(x)=2^{x} +1
4.1 Determine the coordinates of the yintercept of f. (1)
4.2 Sketch the graph of f, clearly indicating ALL intercepts with the axes as well as any asymptotes. (3)
4.3 Calculate the average gradient of f between the points on the graph where x = 2 and x= 1. (3)
4.4 If h(x)=3f(x), write down an equation of the asymptote of h.
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QUESTION 5
The graphs of the functions f(x) = a(x + p)^{2} + q and g(x)=^{k}/_{(x+r)} + d
are sketched below.
Both graphs cut the yaxis at  4. One of the points of intersection of the graphs is P(1 ;8), which is also the turning point of f. The horizontal asymptote of g is y=2.
5.1 Calculate the values of a, p and q. (4)
5.2 Calculate the values of k, r and d. (6)
5.3 Determine the value(s) of x in the interval x≤1 for which g(x)≥f(x). (2)
5.4 Determine the value(s) of k for which f(x) = k has two, unequal positive roots. (2)
5.5 Write down an equation for the axis of symmetry of g that has a negative gradient. (3)
5.6 The point P is reflected in the line determined in QUESTION 5.5 to give the point Q. Write down the coordinates of Q. (2)
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QUESTION 6
Given: f(x) = ^{1}/_{4}x^{2}, x ≤ 0
6.1 Determine the equation of f^{1} in the form f^{1}(x) = ... (3)
6.2 On the same system of axes, sketch the graphs of f and f^{1}. Indicate clearly the intercepts with the axes, as well as another point on the graph of each of f and f^{1} (3)
6.3 Is f^{1}^{ }a function? Give a reason for your answer. (2)
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QUESTION 7
7.1 Diane invests a lump sum of R5 000 in a savings account for exactly 2 years. The investment eams interest at 10% p.a., compounded quarterly.
7.1.1 What is the quarterly interest rate for Diane's investment?
7.1.2 Calculate the amount in Diane's savings account at the end of the 2 years. (3)
7.2 Motloi inherits R800 000. He invests all of his inheritance in a fund which earns interest at a rate of 14% p.a., compounded monthly. At the end of each month he withdraws R10 000 from the fund. His first withdrawal is exactly one month after his initial investment.
7.2.1 How many withdrawals of R10 000 will Motloi be able to make from this fund? (5)
7.2.2 Exactly four years after his initial investment Motloi decides to withdraw all the remaining money in his account and to use it as a deposit towards a house.
(a) What is the value of Motloi's deposit, to the nearest rand?
(b) Motloi's deposit is exactly 30% of the purchase price of the house. What is the purchase price of the house, to the nearest rand?
QUESTION 8
8.1 Determine f'(x) from first principles if f(x)=x^{2} +4. (5)
8.2 Determine the derivative of:
8.2.1 y = 3x^{2} +10x (2)
8.2.2 f(x)=(x^{3}/_{x})^{2}
8.3 Given: f(x) = 2x^{3}  23x^{2} +80x  84
8.3.1 Prove that (x2) is a factor of f. (2)
8.3.2 Hence, or otherwise, factorise f(x) fully. (2)
8.3.3 Determine the xcoordinates of the turning points of f. (4)
8.3.4 Sketch the graph of f. clearly labelling ALL turning points and intercepts with the axes. (3)
8.3.5 Determine the coordinates of the yintercept of the tangent to f that has a slope of 40 and touches f at a point where the xcoordinate is an integer.(6)
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QUESTION 9
A soft drink can has a volume of 340 cm^{3}, a height of h cm and a radius of r сm.
9.1 Express h in terms of r. (2)
9.2 Show that the surface area of the can is given by A(r) = 2πr^{2} +680r^{1}. (2)
9.3 Determine the radius of the can that will ensure that the surface area is a minimum. (4)
QUESTION 10
10.1 Each passenger on a certain Banana Airways flight chose exactly one beverage from tea, coffee or fruit juice. The results are shown in the table below.
MALE  FEMALE  TOTAL  
Tea  20  40  60 
Coffee  b  c  80 
Fruit juice  d  e  20 
TOTAL  60  100  a 
10.1.1 Write down the value of a. (1)
10.1.2 What is the probability that a randomly selected passenger is male? (2)
10.1.3 Given that the event of a passenger choosing coffee is independent of being a male, calculate the value of b. (4)
10.2 A Banana Airways aeroplane has 6 seats in each row.
10.2.1 How many possible arrangements are there for 6 people to sit in a row of 6 seats? (2)
10.2.2 Xoliswa, Ances and 4 other passengers sit in a certain row on a Banana Airways flight. In how many different ways can these 6 passengers be seated if Xoliswa and Anees must sit next to each other? (2)
10.2.3 Mary and 5 other passengers are to be seated in a certain row. If seats are allocated at random, what is the probability that Mary will sit at the end of the row? (4)
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Total 150
MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MEMORANDUM
MARKS: 200
TIME: 3 hours
QUESTION 1: MULTIPLECHOICE QUESTIONS
1.1 C √ (1)
1.2 B √ (1)
1.3 D √ (1)
1.4 D √ (1)
1.5 A √ (1)
1.6 C √ (1)
1.7 D √ (1)
1.8 D √ (1)
1.9 B √ (1)
1.10 D √ (1)
1.11 D √ (1)
1.12 C √ (1)
1.13 B √ (1)
1.14 B √ (1)
1.15 A √ (1)
1.16 C √ (1)
1.17 A √ (1)
1.18 C √ (1)
1.19 D √ (1)
1.20 B √ (1)
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QUESTION 2: SAFETY
2.1 Safety – Centre lathe
2.2 Safety – Tensile Tester
2.3 Safety – Spring Tester
2.4 Safety – Cylinder Leakage
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QUESTION 3: TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
3.1 Compression testing
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.2 Oil pump
3.3 Cooling system test
QUESTION 4: MATERIALS
4.1 Ironcarbon properties
4.1.1 Pearlite:
4.1.2 Cementite:
4.2 Critical points
4.2.1 AC_{1} – lower critical point
4.2.2 AC_{3} – high critical point
4.3 Carbon content determines the hardness of steel. √ (1)
4.4 Cementite structure in steel determines the hardness. √ (1)
4.5 Ferrite structure in steel determines the ductility. √ (1)
4.6
Austenite is a solid solution of iron and carbon also called iron carbide. √ The structure is at its finest. √ (2)
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QUESTION 5: TERMINOLOGY
5.1 Gear calculation
5.2
5.3 Screw thread cutting
(10)
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QUESTION 6: JOINING METHODS
6.1 MIG/MAGS welding equipment
6.1.1 MIG/MAGS welding equipment √ (1)
6.1.2 Labels
A = Shielding gas cylinder √
B = Regulator √
C = Gas flow meter √
D = Continuous wire reel √
E = Welding gun √
F = Arc √
G = Earth clamp √ (7)
6.1.3 Purpose
Prevents oxygen √ to come in contact with the molten metal.√ (2)
6.2 Weld defects
6.2.1 Defect: Slag inclusion
Causes:
6.2.2 Defect: Undercutting
Causes:
6.3 Welding defects
6.3.1
Defect: Lack of fusion
Preventions:
6.3.2 Defect: Weld craters
Preventions:
6.4 Dye penetration test
QUESTION 7: FORCES
7.1 Resultant
QUESTION 8: MAINTENANCE
8.1 Routine maintenance.
8.2 Cutting fluid
8.3 Flash point
Is the lowest temperature at which the oil gives off a vapour which will ignite. √√ (2)
8.4
'API'
American Petroleum Institute √√ (2)
8.5 Automatic transmission fluid
8.6 Replace belt in a drill press
QUESTION 9: SYSTEMS AND CONTROL
9.1 Gear drive
9.1.1 Rotational frequency of the electric motor:
9.1.2
Speed ratio of gear train:
9.3 The volume of gas can be changed by the altering of ...
9.4 Definition of Boyle's law
The volume of a given mass√ of gas is inversely proportional to the pressure√ on it, if the temperature remains constant√ (3)
9.5
Hydraulics
9.5.1
QUESTION 10: TURBINES
10.1 Water turbine blades
To supply water pressure √ to the turbine √ (2)
10.2 Reverse flow
10.3 Supercharger
10.4 Turbocharger
10.5 Supercharger over turbocharger
10.6 Lag
Lag is the delay √ between pressing the accelerator pedal √ and feeling the pressure building up.√ (3)
10.7 Supercharger drive
10.8 Gas turbine disadvantages
TOTAL: 200
]]>MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MARKS: 200
TIME: 3 hours
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
QUESTION  CONTENT  MARKS  TIME (minutes) 
1  Multiplechoice questions  20  15 
2  Safety  10  10 
3  Tools and Equipment  12  10 
4  Materials  13  10 
5  Terminology  30  20 
6  Joining Methods  25  25 
7  Forces  30  30 
8  Maintenance  15  15 
9  Systems and Control  25  25 
10  Turbines  20  20 
TOTAL  200  180 
QUESTION 1: MULTIPLECHOICE QUESTIONS
Various options are provided as possible answers to the following questions. Choose the answer and write only the letter (A–D) next to the question number (1.1–1.20) in the ANSWER BOOK, for example 1.21 D.
1.1
Which ONE of the following safety procedures is applicable to the maintenance/operation of a hydraulic press?
1.2 Which ONE of the following safety procedures is applicable to the multimeter?
1.3
Petrus uses the Brinell hardness tester to determine the hardness of a test piece. FIGURE 1.1 shows the test piece during the test. Identify part X.
1.4 What is the function of a depth micrometer?
1.5 Which structure of steel is characterised as soft and ductile?
1.6
Which ONE of the following mechanical properties of steel represents resistance to wear?
1.7 Determine the width of a parallel key if the diameter of the shaft is 20 mm:
1.8 Which milling method is shown in FIGURE 1.2?
1.9 Which ONE of the following is an advantage of the MIG/MAGS welding process?
1.10 Which ONE of the following is the cause of a porous weld?
1.11 Which term best describes an external force acting upon a material?
1.12
The graph in FIGURE 1.3, which compares the stress and the strain, is obtained when a mild steel specimen is subjected to a tensile test. What is represented by point E on the graph?
1.13 What is understood by the term Young's modulus of elasticity?
1.14 What is the function of the clutch in a motor vehicle's drive?
1.15 The definition of the viscosity of oil relates to the measure of the oil's …
1.16 Which ONE of the following statements defines pneumatics?
1.17 What will the velocity ratio of a gear system be if the driven gear has 25 teeth and the driver gear 100?
1.18
Determine the belt speed of a beltdrive system with a driver pulley (100 mm diameter) rotating at 10 revolutions per second:
1.19 What type of nozzle is used in an impulse steam turbine?
1.20 What type of compressor is used in a turbocharger?
QUESTION 2: SAFETY
2.1 State TWO safety precautions to be observed after the centre lathe is switched on. (2)
2.2 Name TWO safety precautions to be observed when using a tensile tester. (2)
2.3 State TWO safety precautions to be observed when using a spring compressor to remove a coil spring from motor vehicle's suspension. (2)
2.4 State TWO safety measures to be observed while conducting a cylinder leakage test on an internal combustion engine. Motivate your answer. (4)
[10]
QUESTION 3: TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
3.1 Jack conducted a compression test on a fourcylinder petrol engine. He found that the engine has low compression.
3.1.1 Name TWO types of compression tests Jack can perform on his car's engine. (2)
3.1.2 Give TWO reasons for low compression in the engine. (2)
3.2 Name the equipment that is used to check the oil pump for functionality. (1)
3.3
Explain, in point form, the procedure when the coolingsystem pressure tester is used to test the pressure in the cooling system. (7)
[12]
QUESTION 4: MATERIALS
4.1
Temperature affects the structure of steel with regard to iron and carbon. State TWO characteristics of each of the following:
4.1.1 Pearlite (2)
4.1.2 Cementite (2)
4.2 Explain the following terms used in the ironcarbon equilibrium diagram:
4.2.1 Lower critical point (AC_{1}) (2)
4.2.2 Higher critical point (AC_{3}) (2)
4.3 Which ELEMENT determines the hardness of steel with reference to the ironcarbon equilibrium diagram? (1)
4.4 Which STRUCTURE in steel determines the hardness? (1)
4.5 Which STRUCTURE in steel determines the ductility? (1)
4.6 Describe the austenite structure. (2)
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QUESTION 5: TERMINOLOGY
5.1
When a broken gear was measured, it was found to have an outside diameter of 112 mm. A replacement gear must be made to mesh with a rack that has a straightline pitch of 12,567 mm. (Hint: circular pitch = straightline pitch)
Calculate:
5.1.1 The module (round off to a whole number) (3)
5.1.2 The pitchcircle diameter (3)
5.1.3 The cutting depth (2)
5.1.4 The addendum (1)
5.1.5 The dedendum (2)
5.1.6 The clearance (2)
5.1.7 The number of teeth (3)
5.2
Calculate the indexing required for the number of teeth of the gear in QUESTION 5.1.7. (4)
5.3
Explain, step by step, the procedure to cut an external metric Vscrew thread with a pitch of 2 mm on a centre lathe using the compoundslide method. (10)
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QUESTION 6: JOINING METHODS
6.1 FIGURE 6.1 shows components of welding equipment. Answer the questions that follow.
6.1.1 Identify the type of equipment shown in FIGURE 6.1. (1)
6.1.2 Label components A–G. (7)
6.1.3 What is the purpose of the gas during the welding process? (2)
6.2 Name TWO causes of each of the following welding defects:
6.2.1 Slag inclusion (2)
6.2.2 Undercutting (2)
6.3 State TWO measures to prevent the following weld defects:
6.3.1 Lack of fusion (2)
6.3.2 Welding craters (2)
6.4 Explain how you will conduct a dye penetration test on a welded joint. (7)
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QUESTION 7: FORCES
7.1
A system of forces is shown in FIGURE 7.1. Determine, by means of calculations, the magnitude and direction of the resultant for the system of forces in FIGURE 7.1.
7.1.1 Calculate the resultant of the horizontal components. (4)
7.1.2 Calculate the resultant of the vertical components. (4)
7.1.3 Calculate the magnitude of the equilibrium force. (4)
7.1.4 Calculate the equilibrium angle with reference to the horizontal plane. (3)
7.2
An M16 bolt is used in the link shown in FIGURE 7.2. A load of 600 kg is hanging from the link. Calculate the stress in the bolt material. (6)
7.3 Define Pascal as the unit for stress in a material. (3)
7.4
FIGURE 7.3 shows a uniform beam that is supported by two vertical supports, A and B. Two vertical point loads, 1 400 N and 1 600 N, are exerted onto the beam, as well as a uniformly distributed force of 350 N/m over the total length of the beam. Determine, by means of calculations, the magnitude of the reactions in supports A and B. (6)
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QUESTION 8: MAINTENANCE
8.1 State TWO results of failure to conduct routine maintenance on belt drive systems. (2)
8.2 Give TWO reasons why the viscosity of a cutting fluid must be low. (2)
8.3 Define the term flashpoint of a lubricant. (2)
8.4 What does the abbreviation API stand for? (2)
8.5 State TWO functions of an automatic transmission fluid.(2)
8.6 Explain the procedure to replace the belt in a Vbelt drive system of a drill press. (5)
[15]
QUESTION 9: SYSTEMS AND CONTROL
9.1
A driver gear on the shaft of an electrical motor has 30 teeth and meshes with a gear on a countershaft which has 80 teeth. There is a driver gear with 40 teeth on the countershaft that meshes with the final driven gear, which has 63 teeth and rotates at 2 r.s^{1}. Draw a diagrammatical representation of the gear system to assist you with the calculations below.
Determine, by means of calculations:
9.1.1 The rotation frequency of the electrical motor (5)
9.1.2 The speed ratio of the gear train (2)
9.2
A pulley with a diameter of 800 mm is mounted on a shaft of a washing machine. The washing machine is driven from a pulley with a diameter of 600 mm which rotates at a speed of 7,2 r.s^{1}. The tensile force in the tight side of the belt is 300 N. The ratio between the tensile force in the tight side and the tensile force in the slack side is 2,5 : 1. (Belt thickness may be ignored.)
Determine, by means of calculations:
9.2.1 The rotational frequency of the pulley on the washing machine (3)
9.2.2 The power that can be transmitted (3)
9.3 How can the volume of a certain mass of gas be changed? (2)
9.4 Define Boyle's law with reference to gases. (3)
9.5
A hydraulic system is used to compress scrap metals for recycling. The specifications of the system are shown diagrammatically in FIGURE 9.1.
Determine, by means of calculations:
9.5.1 The fluid pressure in the hydraulic system when in equilibrium (3)
9.5.2 The diameter of piston B (4)
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QUESTION 10: TURBINES
10.1 What is the purpose of the blades on the water turbine? (2)
10.2
Name TWO types of water turbines that can be used to reverse flow and also operate as a pump to fill a highlying reservoir during offpeak electrical hours. (2)
10.3
Name TWO types of superchargers used on motor vehicle engines to improve performance. (2)
10.4 Explain the operation of the turbocharger. (5)
10.5
Name TWO advantages of a supercharger in comparison with a turbocharger. (2)
10.6 Explain the term turbo lag. (3)
10.7 State TWO ways in which a supercharger can be driven. (2)
10.8 Name TWO disadvantages of gas turbines. (2)
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TOTAL: 200
MUSIC P2
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MEMORANDUM
MARKS: 30
TIME: 1½ hours
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE PERSON OPERATING THE SOUND EQUIPMENT

Note to marker: Candidates must be credited for any correct answers not given in the memorandum. 
SECTION A: AURAL
QUESTION 1
Play Track 1 TWICE in succession. 
1.1
Listen to the melodic and rhythmic phrase. Notate the rhythm of the missing notes in bars 3–41 below. (3)
1 mark per beat = 3 marks (minus ½ mark per mistake up to a maximum of 1 mark per beat) 
Play Track 2 TWICE in succession. 
1.2
Listen to the extract from Menuet in G by Mozart. Fill in the missing pitches that correspond with the music that you hear on the given score.
½ mark per beat = 3 marks (the entire beat must be correct for ½ mark) 
Play Track 2 ONCE more. 
(3)
[6]
QUESTION 2
Play Track 3 ONCE to provide a general overview. 
Listen to the extract from Think of Me (Phantom of the Opera) while you follow the vocal score. Answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 4 TWICE. 
2.1 Name the interval at 2.1 (in the vocal part) in bar 3, e.g. Major 2nd.
Answer
Perfect octave/8^{th}
Perfect octave/8^{th}= 1 mark Octave only = no mark 
(1)
Play Track 5 TWICE. 
2.2 Name the cadence at 2.2 in bars 7 and 8. (1)
Answer
Imperfect (cadence)
Imperfect (cadence) = 1 mark 
Play Track 6 TWICE. 
2.3
This extract starts in bar 9. At 2.3 in bar 11 you will hear a nonchordal note in the vocal line.
2.3.1 Notate this note on the score. (1)
Answer:
The note E
2.3.2 Name the type of nonchordal note. (1)
Answer:
Suspension
Notated note = 1 mark 
Suspension = 1 mark 
[4]
TOTAL SECTION A: 10
SECTION B: RECOGNITION OF MUSIC CONCEPTS
QUESTION 3: GENERAL LISTENING (COMPULSORY)
Study the items in COLUMN A in QUESTION 3.1–3.4 for two minutes.
Note to marker: if a candidate selected more than two items at a question, only the first two items must be marked. 
Play Track 7 TWICE. 
3.1
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 7. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 7 
Ragtime  
Idiophone  X 
Trombone  
Cyclic chord structure  X 
Trumpet  X 
Pentatonic 
Any 2 = 2 marks 
(2)
Play Track 8 TWICE. 
3.2
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 8. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 8 
Anacrusis  X 
Allegro  
Homophonic  X 
Accelerando  
Polyphonic  
Pizzicato  X 
Any 2 = 2 marks 
(2)
Play Track 9 TWICE. 
3.3
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 9. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 9 
Alto  
Aerophone  
Ostinato  X 
American Jazz  
Idiophone  X 
Synthesiser  X 
Any 2 = 2 marks 
(2)
Play Track 10 TWICE. 
3.4
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 10. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 10 
Chorus  X 
Polyphonic  
Alla marcia  X 
Pedal point  X 
Big Band  
Tranquillo 
Any 2 = 2 marks 
(2)
(8 ÷ 2) [4]
Answer QUESTION 4 (WAM) OR QUESTION 5 (JAZZ) OR QUESTION 6 (IAM).
QUESTION 4: WAM
4.1
Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 11 ONCE. 
4.1.1
Identify the composer and title of this work.
Answer:
Composer: (Felix) Mendelssohn
Title: Hebrides Overture or Fingal's Cave
Mendelssohn = 1 mark Hebrides Overture or Fingal's Cave = 1 mark for either answer Only Overture = No marks 
(2)
Play Track 12 TWICE. 
4.1.2
Which melodic compositional technique is heard in the violas and bassoons at the beginning of this extract? (1)
Answer:
Play Track 13 TWICE. 
4.1.3
Which ONE of the following terms best describes the melodic material of the strings and flutes in this extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Cantabile  Arpeggios  Chromatic  Diatonic 
Answer:
Chromatic
Chromatic = 1 mark 
(1)
Play Track 14 TWICE. 
4.1.4
Give a suitable Italian term to describe the dynamic level of the melodic line in this extract. (1)
Answer:
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
4.2 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 15 ONCE. 
4.2.1 Identify the genre of this music. (1)
Answer:
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark Aria = no mark 
4.2.2 Name the characters who sing in this extract. (2)
Answer:
Papageno = 1 mark Papagena = 1 mark 
Play Track 16 ONCE. 
4.2.3 Write down a suitable Italian term to describe the change of tempo towards the end of this extract. (1)
Answer:
Play Track 17 ONCE. 
4.2.4
Choose the word that best describes the articulation applied in the accompaniment of this extract. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Staccato  Leggiero  Pizzicato  Vivace 
Answer:
Staccato
Staccato = 1 mark 
(1)
4.3
Listen to TWO extracts from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 which will be played twice each and answer the questions.
Play Track 18 TWICE. 
4.3.1
This extract begins with a solo woodwind instrument which is followed by a solo brass instrument. Name each of these instruments.
Answer:
Woodwind instrument: Clarinet
Brass instrument: Horn (French Horn)
Woodwind instrument: Clarinet = 1 mark Brass instrument: Horn (French Horn = 1 mark 
(2)
4.3.2 Identify the movement from which this extract is taken. (1)
Answer:
Fifth movement
Fifth movement = 1 mark 
Play Track 19 TWICE. 
4.3.3 Identify the movement from which this extract is taken. (1)
Answer:
First movement
First movement = 1 mark 
Play Track 20 TWICE. 
4.3.4
Choose the time signature of this extract. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block. (1)
4.3.5
Mark the character or mood of this extract in COLUMN A. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
COLUMN A  Track 20 
Lento  
Tranquillo  
Agitato  
Maestoso  x 
Answer:
Maestoso
Maestoso = 1 mark 
(1)
(16 ÷ 2) [8]
TOTAL SECTION B: 12
OR
QUESTION 5: JAZZ
5.1 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 21 ONCE. 
5.1.1
With which ONE of the following terms would you associate this extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Marabi  Mbaqanga  Jazz in exile 
Answer:
Jazz in exile
Jazz in exile = 1 mark 
(1)
5.1.2 Write down the title of this work. (1)
Answer:
Mra
Mra = 1 mark 
5.1.3 Name TWO artists associated with this extract.(2)
Answer:
Any two correct answers = 2 marks 
Play Track 22 TWICE. 
5.1.4 A repetitive rhythmic drive is heard in this extract. Which instrument(s) are heard in this regard? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Instrument(s)  Track 22 
Horn section, bass and piano  
Cymbals, bass and piano  x 
Piano only 
Answer:
Cymbals, bass and piano
Cymbal, bass and piano = 1 mark 
(1)
5.2 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 23 ONCE. 
5.2.1 Identify the South African jazz style. (1)
Answer:
Kwela
Pennywhistle Jive
Any correct answer = 1 mark 
5.2.2 Give TWO reasons for your answer to QUESTION 5.2.1. (2)
Answer:
Any two correct answers = 2 marks 
5.2.3 Name ONE artist associated with this extract. (1)
Answer:
Any correct answer = 1 mark 
5.2.4 Name the title of the work. (1)
Answer:
See You Later, Little Lemmy = 1 mark 
5.3 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 24 ONCE. 
5.3.1 Identify the South African jazz style. (1)
Answer:
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
5.3.2 Give TWO reasons for your answer to QUESTION 5.3.1. (2)
Answer:
Any TWO correct answers = 2 marks 
5.3.3 Name the female vocalist associated with this extract. (1)
Answer:
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
Play Track 25 ONCE. 
5.3.4 Describe how the callandresponse technique is used in this extract.
Answer:
The lead singer initiates the vocal material (call) and the backing vocalists respond with new vocal material
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
(1)
Play Track 26 ONCE. 
5.3.5
With which of the following items do you associate this extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Riff  Electric organ  Polyphonic 
Answer:
Riff
Riff = 1 mark 
(1)
(16 ÷ 2) [8]
TOTAL SECTION B:
OR
QUESTION 6: IAM
6.1 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 27 ONCE. 
6.1.1 Identify the South African style. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Marabi  Mbaqanga  Isicathamiya 
(1)
6.1.2 Give TWO reasons for your answer to QUESTION 6.1.1. (2)
Answer:
Any two correct answers = 2 marks 
Play Track 28 ONCE. 
6.1.3 Name the artist/group with whom you associate this song. (1)
Answer:
Mahotella Queens or any female Mbaqanga group
Any female Mbaqanga group = 1 mark 
6.2 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 29 ONCE. 
6.2.1 With which type of song do you associate the extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Wedding song  Funeral song  Struggle song  War song 
Answer:
Struggle song
Struggle song = 1 mark 
(1)
Play Track 30 ONCE. 
6.2.2 With which type of song do you associate the extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Lullaby  Celebration song  Initiation song  Work song 
Answer:
Lullaby
Lullaby = 1 mark 
(1)
Play Tracks 31 and 32 TWICE in succession. 
6.2.3 Listen to the TWO tracks which will be played TWICE in succession.
Complete the table below. Identify the voice type, compositional technique and percussion instrument used in each track.
Track 31  Track 32  
Voice type  • SAT • Solo and group singing 
• Male voices • Solo and group singing 
Compositional technique  • Call and response • Repetition 
• Call and response • Repetition 
Percussion instrument  • Drums • Shakers • Crepitation 
• Various drums • Body percussion (hand clapping) 
ONE answer per block  6÷2=3 
(3)
6.3 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 33 ONCE. 
6.3.1 Identify the chordophone that you hear in the introduction of this extract. (1)
Answer:
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
6.3.2 Name the voice type of the solo singer who introduces the melody. (1)
Answer:
Tenor
Tenor = 1 mark 
6.3.3
Identify the vocal compositional technique used in this extract. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Call and response  Ululation  Crepitation  Imitation 
Answer:
Call and Response
Call and Response = 1 mark 
(1)
6.4 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 34 and Track 35 TWICE in succession. 
Identify TWO instruments in each of the extracts.
Track 34  Track 35  
Instruments  Guitar (plucked sound) Concertina Drumkit Bass guitar Male voice 
Horns/Lenaka Electric guitars Shakers Traditional drums 
Instruments: 2x2 = 4 marks 
(4)
(16 ÷ 2)[8]
TOTAL SECTION D:12
SECTION C: FORM
QUESTION 7
Read and study the questions for ONE minute.
Play Track 36 ONCE to provide an overview. 
Listen to the following piece while you study the score.
7.1 Name the overall form of this work. (1)
Answer:
Ternary form
ABA form
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
7.2
Motivate your answer to QUESTION 7.1 by indicating the main sections on the score. Write capital letters above the staff. (3)
Answer
Section  Bar numbers 
A  116 
B  1732 
A  3348 
1 mark for each correct section = 3 marks 
7.3 Name the main key of the work in bars 1–16. (1)
Answer:
E minor
E minor = 1 mark 
7.4 To which key does the work modulate (change key) in bar 17? (1)
Answer:
E major/Tonic major
E Major/Tonic major = 1 mark 
Play Track 37 ONCE. 
7.5 Which compositional technique is used in the bass part from in 1–5? (1)
Answer:
Any ONE correct answer = 1 mark 
Play Track 38 ONCE. 
7.6 This track starts in bar 27. Name the cadence in bars 30–32. (1)
Answer:
Perfect (cadence)
Perfect (cadence) = 1 mark 
Play Track 39 ONCE. 
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TOTAL SECTION C: 8
GRAND TOTAL: 30
MUSIC P2
FEBRUARY/MARCH 2016
MARKS: 30
TIME: 1½ hours
INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE PERSON OPERATING THE SOUND EQUIPMENT

SECTION A: AURAL
QUESTION 1
Play Track 1 TWICE in succession. 
1.1
Listen to the melodic and rhythmic phrase. Notate the rhythm of the missing notes in bars 3–41 below. (3)
Play Track 1 TWICE again. Pause for 30 seconds in between. 
Play Track 2 TWICE in succession. 
1.2
Listen to the extract from Menuet in G by Mozart. Fill in the missing pitches that correspond with the music that you hear on the given score.
Play Track 2 ONCE more. 
(3)
[6]
QUESTION 2
Play Track 3 ONCE to provide a general overview. 
Listen to the extract from Think of Me (Phantom of the Opera) while you follow the vocal score. Answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 4 TWICE. 
2.1 Name the interval at 2.1 (in the vocal part) in bar 3, e.g. Major 2nd.
(1)
Play Track 5 TWICE. 
2.2 Name the cadence at 2.2 in bars 7 and 8. (1)
Play Track 6 TWICE. 
2.3
This extract starts in bar 9. At 2.3 in bar 11 you will hear a nonchordal note in the vocal line.
2.3.1 Notate this note on the score. (1)
2.3.2 Name the type of nonchordal note. (1)
[4]
TOTAL SECTION A: 10
SECTION B: RECOGNITION OF MUSIC CONCEPTS
QUESTION 3: GENERAL LISTENING (COMPULSORY)
Study the items in COLUMN A in QUESTION 3.1–3.4 for two minutes.
Play Track 7 TWICE. 
3.1
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 7. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 7 
Ragtime  
Idiophone  
Trombone  
Cyclic chord structure  
Trumpet  
Pentatonic 
(2)
Play Track 8 TWICE. 
3.2
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 8. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 8 
Anacrusis  
Allegro  
Homophonic  
Accelerando  
Polyphonic  
Pizzicato 
(2)
Play Track 9 TWICE. 
3.3
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 9. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 9 
Alto  
Aerophone  
Ostinato  
American Jazz  
Idiophone  
Synthesiser 
(2)
Play Track 10 TWICE. 
3.4
Mark TWO items in COLUMN A that relate to Track 10. Make a cross (X) in TWO appropriate blocks.
COLUMN A  Track 10 
Chorus  
Polyphonic  
Alla marcia  
Pedal point  
Big Band  
Tranquillo 
(2)
(8 ÷ 2) [4]
Answer QUESTION 4 (WAM) OR QUESTION 5 (JAZZ) OR QUESTION 6 (IAM).
QUESTION 4: WAM
4.1
Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 11 ONCE. 
4.1.1
Identify the composer and title of this work.
Composer: _____________________________
Title: _____________________________ (2)
Play Track 12 TWICE. 
4.1.2
Which melodic compositional technique is heard in the violas and bassoons at the beginning of this extract? (1)
Play Track 13 TWICE. 
4.1.3
Which ONE of the following terms best describes the melodic material of the strings and flutes in this extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Cantabile  Arpeggios  Chromatic  Diatonic 
(1)
Play Track 14 TWICE. 
4.1.4
Give a suitable Italian term to describe the dynamic level of the melodic line in this extract. (1)
4.2 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 15 ONCE. 
4.2.1 Identify the genre of this music. (1)
4.2.2 Name the characters who sing in this extract. (2)
Play Track 16 ONCE. 
4.2.3 Write down a suitable Italian term to describe the change of tempo towards the end of this extract. (1)
Play Track 17 ONCE. 
4.2.4
Choose the word that best describes the articulation applied in the accompaniment of this extract. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Staccato  Leggiero  Pizzicato  Vivace 
(1)
4.3
Listen to TWO extracts from Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 which will be played twice each and answer the questions.
Play Track 18 TWICE. 
4.3.1
This extract begins with a solo woodwind instrument which is followed by a solo brass instrument. Name each of these instruments.
Woodwind instrument: ________________________________
Brass instrument: _________________________________ (2)
4.3.2
Identify the movement from which this extract is taken. (1)
Play Track 19 TWICE. 
4.3.3 Identify the movement from which this extract is taken. (1)
Play Track 20 TWICE. 
4.3.4
Choose the time signature of this extract. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block. (1)
4.3.5
Mark the character or mood of this extract in COLUMN A. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
COLUMN A  Track 20 
Lento  
Tranquillo  
Agitato  
Maestoso  x 
Answer:
Maestoso
Maestoso = 1 mark 
(1)
(16 ÷ 2) [8]
TOTAL SECTION B: 12
OR
QUESTION 5: JAZZ
5.1 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 21 ONCE. 
5.1.1
With which ONE of the following terms would you associate this extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Marabi  Mbaqanga  Jazz in exile 
(1)
5.1.2 Write down the title of this work. (1)
5.1.3 Name TWO artists associated with this extract.(2)
Play Track 22 TWICE. 
5.1.4 A repetitive rhythmic drive is heard in this extract. Which instrument(s) are heard in this regard? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Instrument(s)  Track 22 
Horn section, bass and piano  
Cymbals, bass and piano  
Piano only 
(1)
5.2 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 23 ONCE. 
5.2.1 Identify the South African jazz style. (1)
5.2.2 Give TWO reasons for your answer to QUESTION 5.2.1. (2)
5.2.3 Name ONE artist associated with this extract. (1)
5.2.4 Name the title of the work. (1)
5.3 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 24 ONCE. 
5.3.1 Identify the South African jazz style. (1)
5.3.2 Give TWO reasons for your answer to QUESTION 5.3.1. (2)
5.3.3 Name the female vocalist associated with this extract. (1)
Play Track 25 ONCE. 
5.3.4 Describe how the callandresponse technique is used in this extract. (1)
Play Track 26 ONCE. 
5.3.5
With which of the following items do you associate this extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Riff  Electric organ  Polyphonic 
(1)
(16 ÷ 2) [8]
TOTAL SECTION B:
OR
QUESTION 6: IAM
6.1 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 27 ONCE. 
6.1.1 Identify the South African style. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Marabi  Mbaqanga  Isicathamiya 
(1)
6.1.2 Give TWO reasons for your answer to QUESTION 6.1.1. (2)
Play Track 28 ONCE. 
6.1.3 Name the artist/group with whom you associate this song. (1)
6.2 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 29 ONCE. 
6.2.1 With which type of song do you associate the extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Wedding song  Funeral song  Struggle song  War song 
(1)
Play Track 30 ONCE. 
6.2.2 With which type of song do you associate the extract? Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Lullaby  Celebration song  Initiation song  Work song 
(1)
Play Tracks 31 and 32 TWICE in succession. 
6.2.3 Listen to the TWO tracks which will be played TWICE in succession.
Complete the table below. Identify the voice type, compositional technique and percussion instrument used in each track.
Track 31  Track 32  
Voice type  
Compositional technique  
Percussion instrument 
(3)
6.3 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 33 ONCE. 
6.3.1 Identify the chordophone that you hear in the introduction of this extract. (1)
6.3.2 Name the voice type of the solo singer who introduces the melody. (1)
6.3.3
Identify the vocal compositional technique used in this extract. Make a cross (X) in the appropriate block.
Call and response  Ululation  Crepitation  Imitation 
(1)
6.4 Listen to the extracts and answer the questions that follow.
Play Track 34 and Track 35 TWICE in succession. 
Identify TWO instruments in each of the extracts.
Track 34  Track 35  
Instruments 
(4)
(16 ÷ 2)[8]
TOTAL SECTION D:12
SECTION C: FORM
QUESTION 7
Read and study the questions for ONE minute.
Play Track 36 ONCE to provide an overview. 
Listen to the following piece while you study the score.
7.1 Name the overall form of this work. (1)
7.2
Motivate your answer to QUESTION 7.1 by indicating the main sections on the score. Write capital letters above the staff. (3)
7.3 Name the main key of the work in bars 1–16. (1)
7.4 To which key does the work modulate (change key) in bar 17? (1)
Play Track 37 ONCE. 
7.5 Which compositional technique is used in the bass part from in 1–5? (1)
Play Track 38 ONCE. 
7.6 This track starts in bar 27. Name the cadence in bars 30–32. (1)
Play Track 39 ONCE. 
[8]
TOTAL SECTION C: 8
GRAND TOTAL: 30