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Sets, Vectors & Functions

IGCSE Chapter 8

A ∩ B is green

A

B

∩ - intersection

U – Union

- ‘is a subset of’

A

B

∩

B

A

∩

A B

X

a

C - ‘is a member of’

‘belongs to’

bєX

ξ – ‘universal set’

ξ = {a,b,c,d,e}

- ‘complement of’

b

c

ξ

d

a

c

b

e

ξ

B

A ‘

A

A U A’ = ξ

A

a

n(A) - ’the number of elements

in set A’

A = {x : x is an integer, 2 ≤ x ≤ 9}

Reads: A is the set of elements x such that x is an integer and 2 ≤ x ≤ 9

b

n(A) = 3

c

The set A is {2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}

∩

Ø or { } - ‘empty set’

Ø A for any set A

ξ

T

R

e.g. In the venn diagram

8

5

11

ξ = {students in year 10}

9

13

15

R = {Yr 10 students who play Rugby}

12

17

V = {Yr 10 students who play Volleyball}

V

T = {Yr 10 students who play Tennis}

a.) How many students play Rugby?

b.) How many students do not play Volleyball?

c.) How many students play Rugby and Tennis?

d.) How many students in total?

e.) How many play only 1 of these 3 sports?

40

41

14

90

31

IGCSE

Ex 1 Pg 242-243

e.g.

If X = {1,2,3,..10}

ξ

Y = {1,3,5,…19}

Y

X

13

1

4

Z = {x : x is an integer, 5≤x≤11}

15

3

17

Find:

2

5

7

19

10

{1,3,5,7,9}

9

a.) X ∩ Y

b.) Y ∩ Z

c.) X ∩ Z

d.) n(X U Y)

e.) n(Z)

f.) X’ U Y’

11

6

8

{5,7,9,11}

{5,6,7,8,9,10}

Z

15

7

Ø or { }

State whether true or false:

False

a.) 7 εX ∩ Y

b.) {5,7,9,11} Z

c.) Z X U Y

∩

True

IGCSE

Ex 2 Pg 244

∩

True

e.g.

Draw and shade this diagram to show the following sets:

a.) X∩ Y

b.) (X U Y)’

c.) X’ ∩ Y

ξ

X

Y

IGCSE

Ex 3 Pg 245-246

e.g.

Logical Problems

If A = { sheep }

B = { sheep dogs }

C = { ‘intelligent animals’ }

D = { good pet }

Express the following in set language:

a.) No sheep are ‘intelligent’ animals

b.) All sheep dogs make good pets

c.) Some sheep make good pets

A ∩ C = Ø

∩

B D

A ∩ D = Ø

Interpret the following statements

a.) B C

b.) B U C = D

c.) AεD

∩

All sheep dogs are intelligent animals

All sheep dogs and all intelligent animals make good pets

Sheep do not make good pets

e.g.

Logical Problems

Of 27 students in the class, 18 play chess, 15 play piano and 7 do both. How many do neither?

C

P

27 students = 11 + 7 + 8 + X

7

11

8

27 – 11 – 7 – 8 = X

X = 1

1

There is only 1 student who does not play either piano or chess

e.g.

Logical Problems

The math results from the Hockey Team show that all 16 players passed at least 2 subjects, 8 passed at least 3 subjects and 5 students passed 4 subjects or more

ξ

How many passed exactly 2 subjects?

What fraction passed exactly 3 subjects?

3

2

3

8

8

5

4

3/16

IGCSE

Ex 4 Pg 247-249

A vector is a quantity that has both magnitude and direction

Vectors can be added using scale drawings.

Head to Tail method:

a

a

b

a + b

Therefore:

a + b = b + a

b

* Notice that this is the same result as b + a

A scalar is a quantity that has magnitude but no direction.

e.g. ordinary numbers, & quantities like temperature, mass & volume.

We can multiply a vector by a scalar.

e.g.x multiplied by 2 gives 2x

x

x

x

x

x

x

-3x

2x

e.g.x multiplied by -3 gives -3x

* The negative sign reverses the direction of the vector

The result of a – b is the same as a + -b

e.g.Find 3a – b

a

a

a

a

a

a

a

a

b

b

b

b

3a – b

e.g.Find -4a + 2b

-4a + 2b

d

Starting from Eeach time, find vectors for the following:

c

e.g. Find:

2c

3c + d

-c + d

-d

c – 4d

-2c – 4d

EG

EA

EC

EF

EL

EK

C

A

B

E

F

D

G

J

H

I

M

L

K

d

The result of a – b is the same as a + -b

c

e.g. Find:

DE

DG

HJ

GB

BE

GC

CG

= 2c

C

A

B

= c – 2d

F

E

D

= c– 2d

= 2c + 3d

= -c – d

G

H

= 4c + 3d

= -4c – 3d

J

I

Write each vector in terms of a, b and c

e.g.

- AB
DE

DC

HD

FE

BE

EA

DG

A

C

2a

a

= -2a

a

B

D

= -a-c

b

c

c

= -4a

F

= 2a+c

b

= b +a

a

a

G

H

E

= -2b

( c )

= -2b + 2a

= 2b – 2a

Write each vector in terms of a, bonly

e.g.

DE

HD

A

C

2a

a

a

B

D

= -3a+ 2b

b

c

c

= 4a– 2b

F

b

a

a

G

H

E

IGCSE

Ex 5 Pg 251-252

OA = a and OB = b

e.g. Using the figure, express each of the following vectors in terms of a and/or b

AP = OA

OB = BQ

NP = QN

= a

a.) AP

b.) AB

c.) OQ

d.) PO

e.) PQ

f.) PN

g.) ON

h.) AN

i.) BP

j.) QA

= -a + b

= 2b

= -2a

= -2a + 2b

= ½PQ

= -a + b

Q

= 2a + PN

= a + b

b

= a + PN

= b

B

N

b

= -b + 2a

A

P

O

= -2b + a

a

a

OA = a and OB = b

e.g. Using the figure, express each of the following vectors in terms of a and/or b

AP = 3OA

OB = 1/2BQ

NP = QN

= 3a

a.) AP

b.) AB

c.) OQ

d.) PO

e.) PQ

f.) PN

g.) ON

h.) AN

i.) BP

j.) QA

= -a + b

= 3b

= -4a

= -4a + 3b

= ½PQ

= -2a + 3/2b

Q

= 4a + PN

= 2a + 3/2b

b

= 3a + PN

= a + 3/2b

N

b

B

= -b + 4a

b

A

P

O

= -3b + a

a

a

a

a

ABCDEF is a regular hexagon with AB representing the vector s and AF representing the vector t. Find the vector representing AC

t

s

BC

= ?

= s + t

C

B

s

= AB + BC

AC

A

D

t

= s + s + t

E

IGCSE

Ex 6 Pg 253-255

F

= 2s + t

The vector AB can be written as a column vector

( )

2

Horizontal Component (Movement in x direction)

AB =

3

Vertical Component (Movement in y direction)

F

C

B

( )

( )

( )

-2

5

0

-3

3

0

E

A

H

G

D

We can easily add column vectors.

AB + CD =

AB =

CD =

B

= ( )

( )

( )

( )

( ) +

3

7

3

7

10

C

-3

-3

2

2

-1

A

AB + CD

D

* A vector is described by its length and direction, NOT its position

Similarly, subtracting column vectors.

AB − CD =

AB =

CD =

C

= ( )

( )

( )

( )

( ) −

6

5

6

5

1

-2

-2

1

1

3

AB – CD

B

D

A

* A vector is described by its length and direction, NOT its position

Multiplying by a scalar

2AB =

Each component is multiplied by 2

AB =

= ( )

2( )

( )

6

12

6

1

2

1

B

2AB

A

* A vector is described by its length and direction, NOT its position

Vectors are parallel if they have the same direction

i.e. Both components must be in the same ratio

e.g. Is parallel to

IGCSE

Ex 7 Pg 257-258

e.g. Is parallel to

( )

( )

k( )

( )

( )

( )

-10

12

5

a

6

a

4

2

1

b

-2

b

In general, a vector is parallel if it is a scalar multiple

Is parallel to

y

If A has the coordinate (1,2) and B has the coordinate (6,4), find the column vector for AB

B

AB =

A

( )

( )

5

-5

2

-2

Find the column vector for BA

x

BA =

y

Given the following diagram, what would be the coordinate of point A such that ABCD is a parallelogram.

C

D

A = (1,0)

( )

( )

1

4

1

3

B

Notice the column vector for

AB = DC

x

A

AD = BC

y

y = - x

y = x

Find the image of the vector after reflection in the following lines

a.) y = 0

b.) x = 0

c.) y = x

d.) y = -x

x

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

-5

3

5

-5

5

5

-3

-3

3

3

IGCSE

Ex 8 Pg 258-259

The modulus of a vector a is written a .

This represents the magnitude (or length) of the vector

As shown in the diagram:

B

a =

( )

5

3

3

We can find the length using Pythagoras’ Theorem

A

5

|a|= √(52+32)

|a|= √34 units

e.g. If AB = & BC = , find AC

AB + BC =

C

B

=

( )

( )

( ) +

( )

( )

1

-4

5

-4

5

3

3

1

1

4

We can find the length using Pythagoras’ Theorem

A

IGCSE

Ex 9 Pg 260-261

|AC|= √(12+42)

|AC|= √17units

Position vectors give the position of a point relative to the origin, O.

In the diagram we see that

OD = 2OA, OE = 4OB, OA = a and OB = b

b.) Express BA in terms of a and b

a.) Express OD and OE in term of a and b respectively

d.) Given that BC = 3BA, express OC in terms of a and b

c.) Express ED in terms of a and b

C

OD = 2a

OE = 4b

BA = -b + a

ED = -4b + 2a

OC = OB + BC

D

A

a

b

O

E

B

OC = b + -3b +3a

OC = -2b +3a

Position vectors give the position of a point relative to the origin, O.

In the diagram we see that

OD = 2OA, OE = 4OB, OA = a and OB = b

IGCSE

Ex 10 Pg 262-264

e.) Express EC in terms of a and b

C

EC = -6b + 3a

EC = -4b – 2b + 3a

EC = EO + OC

EC = -4b + OC

ED = -4b + 2a

From part (d)

D

A

a

e.) Show that E, D and C lie on a straight line

b

O

E

B

From part (c)

OC = -2b +3a

EC and ED are parallel vector that pass through the same point, E

Note 6: Functions

Function Notation

f(x) = x2+ 3 orf : xx2 +3

We can read this as “the function f, such that, x is mapped on x2 +3

If f(x) = 7x – 5 and g(x) = 2x2 +5, find:

a.) f(2) b.) f(-4) c.) g(3) d.) g(0)

f(2) = 7(2) - 5

f(-4) = 7(-4) - 5

g(3) = 2(3)2 + 5

g(0) = 0 + 5

f(-4) = -33

g(2) = 23

g(2) = 5

f(2) = 9

Note 6: Functions

If f : x and g : x √[5(x+2)], find:

a.) x if f(x) = 40 b.) x if g(x) = 10

5x2

2

√[5(x+2)] = 10

= 40

[5(x+2)] = 102

5x2 = 2 x 40

5(x+2) = 100

5x2 = 80

(x+2) = 20

x2 = 16

x = 18

x = ± 4

Note 6: Functions (flow diagrams)

We can illustrate functions using flow diagrams.

e.g.The function (7x + 8)2 consists of 3 simpler functions

7x

x

7x+8

(7x+8)2

multiply by 7

add 8

square

Note 6: Functions

e.g. The functions h and k are defined as follows:

h: x x2 + 1, k:x ax + b, whereaandbare constants.

If h(0) = k(0) and k(2) = 15, find values of aandb

h(0) = 02 + 1

= 1

k(2) = 15

a(2) + 1 = 15

IGCSE

Ex 11 Pg 265-267

k(0) = 1

a(0) + b = 1

2a + 1= 15

2a = 14

a = 7

b = 1

Note 7: Composite Functions

Consider f(x) = x4and g(x) is 2x + 3

fg means that g converts x to 2x + 3, ….. and then……

f converts 2x + 3 to (2x + 3)4

Note 7: Composite Functions

Consider f(x) = x4and g(x) is 2x + 3

fg means that g converts x to 2x + 3, ….. and then……

f converts 2x + 3 to (2x + 3)4

Notice how this is different from gf

gf means that f converts x to x4 , ….. and then……

g converts x4to 2(x4) + 3

You must get used to reading and applying the composite function from right to left

In general, fg=gf

Note 7: Composite Functions

Other common notations show fg as f(g(x)) and gf as g(f(x))

e.g. Given f(x) = 2x + 1 and g(x) = 3 – 4x, find in simplest form:

a.) fgb.) gf

= f(g(x))

= g(f(x))

=2(3 – 4x) + 1

=3 – 4(2x + 1)

=6 – 8x +1

=3 – 8x – 4

=7 – 8x

=– 8x – 1

Note 7: Composite Functions

e.g. Given f:x x3

g:x 4 + 5x

h:x 2x

Find:

a.) fgb.) ghc.)fgh

= g(h(x))

=fg(h(x))

= f(g(x))

=4 + 5(2x)

=(4 + 5x)3

=f(4 + 5(2x))

=4 + 10x

=f(4 + 10x)

d.) gf(2)

d.) ff(-1)

=(4 + 10x)3

= g(f(x))

=(x3)3

=x9

=4 + 5x3

=(-1)9

=4 + 5(2)3

=44

=-1

Note 7: Composite Functions

e.g. Given f:x 2x – 8

g:x x + 4

h:x 7x2

Find:

a.) x if fg= 0b.) ggg(5)c.) x if f(x) = g(x)

2x – 8 = x + 4

g ((x+4) + 4))

f(g(x)) = 0

= g (x+ 8)

x = 4 + 8

2(x + 4) – 8 = 0

x = 12

= (x+4) + 8

2x + 8 – 8 = 0

= x + 12

2x = 0

= 5 + 12

x = 0

IGCSE

Ex 12 Pg 268-269

#1-8

= 17

Note 8: InverseFunctions

Reversing (undoing) a function

The operations: + and –

× and ÷

x2and √x

are all inverse operations because one undoes the other

If a function f maps a number n onto m then its inverse function f-1 will map m onto n.

f-1

y

y = x

Find the image of the vector after reflection in the following lines

a.) y = 0

b.) x = 0

c.) y = x

d.) y = -x

x

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

5

-5

5

-5

3

3

5

-3

3

-3

Note 8: InverseFunctions

We can find the inverse of a function using a flow diagram

f(x) =

4x+5

x

x

4x

3x

3x-5

Multiply by 3

Subtract 5

Divide by 4

Now, start on the right hand side and replace each operation with its inverse

Add 5

Multiply by 4

Divide by 3

Thus, f-1(x) =

Find the inverse of f(x) = 4x-2

*4

-2

x

4x-2

(x+2)/4

/4

+2

x

So f -1 (x)=(x+2)/4

IGCSE

Ex 12 Pg 268-269

#9-22

- As always in maths, there is a trick to this…
- Write function as a rule in terms of y and x.
- Swap ‘x’ and ‘y’
- Rearrange to get in terms of y.

f(x) = 5x + 7

y = 5x + 7

x = 5y + 7

x -7 = 5y

y = (x-7)/5

f-1(x) =

Inverse functions only exist for one-one functions.

i.e. functions where each input (x) can

only lead to one possible output ( f(x) )