**IBDP Maths MAA HL Paper 1 Exam Style Practice Questions**

## IBDP Maths MAA HL – All Papers

#### Topic : IBDP Maths MAA HL Paper 1

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- IBDP Maths AA SL- IB Style Practice Questions with Answer-Topic Wise-Paper 1
- IBDP Maths AA SL- IB Style Practice Questions with Answer-Topic Wise-Paper 2
- IB DP Maths AA HL- IB Style Practice Questions with Answer-Topic Wise-Paper 1
- IB DP Maths AA HL- IB Style Practice Questions with Answer-Topic Wise-Paper 2

**Topic 1 Number and algebra****– **SL and **AH**L content

- SL 1.1 Operations with numbers AA HL Paper 1.
- SL 1.2 Arithmetic Sequences & Series AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.3 Geometric sequences and series AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.4 Financial applications AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.5 Laws of exponents and logarithms AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.6 Deductive Proof Numerical and Algebraic AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.7 Laws of exponents with rational exponents AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.8 The sum of infinite geometric sequences AA HL Paper 1
- SL 1.9 The binomial theorem AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.10 permutations and combinations AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.11 Partial fractions AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.12 Complex numbers AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.13 Modulus-argument in polar form AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.14 Conjugate roots of polynomial equations AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.15 Proof by mathematical induction AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 1.16 Solutions of systems of linear equations AA HL Paper 1

#### Topic 2 Functions**– **SL and AHL content

- SL 2.1 equation of a straight line AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.2 Function and their domain range graph AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.3 The graph of linear equation function AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.4 Key features of graphs AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.5 Composite functions fog AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.6 The quadratic function AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.7 Use of the discriminant AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.8 The rational function AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.9 The function ax and its graph. AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.10 Solving equations AA HL Paper 1
- SL 2.11 Transformations of graphs AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 2.12 Polynomial functions and their graphs AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 2.13 Rational functions AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 2.14 Odd and even functions AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 2.15 Solving inequalities AA HL Paper 1

**Topic 3 **Geometry and trigonometry **– **SL and **AH**L content

- SL 3.1 The distance between two points AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.2 Use of sine, cosine and tangent ratios AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.3 Applications of trigonometry AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.4 The circle radian measure of angles AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.5 Definition of cos , sin and tan angles AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.6 Pythagorean identities AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.7 Composite functions of the form AA HL Paper 1
- SL 3.8 Solving trigonometric equations AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.9 Reciprocal trigonometric ratios AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.10 Compound angle identities AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.11 Relationships in trigonometric functions AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.12 Concept of a vector AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.13 Scalar product of two vectors AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.14 Vector equation of a line in planes AA SL Paper 1
- AHL 3.15- Different types of lines lines AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.16 vector product of two vectors: AA HL Paper 1
- AHL 3.17 Vector equation of a plane AA HL Paper 1
AHL 3.18 Intersections of a line with a planes AA HL Paper 1

#### Topic 4 Statistics and probability – SL and AHL content

**Topic 5 **Calculus SL and **AH**L content

- SL 5.5 Area of the region enclosed by a curve and x axis AA HL Paper 1

#### External assessment details - Analysis and Approach HL

__Analysis and Approach HL Paper 1__

__Analysis and Approach HL Paper 1__

**Duration**: **2 hour**

**Weighting: 30%**

- This paper consists of
**section A**, short-response questions, and**section B**, extended-response questions. - Students are
**not permitted access to any calculator**on this paper.

**Formula booklet**

Each student must have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

**Syllabus coverage**

Knowledge of **all** SL topics is required for this paper. However, not all topics are necessarily assessed in every examination session.

**Mark allocation**

- This paper is worth
**110 marks**, representing**30% of the final mark**. - Questions of varying levels of difficulty and length are set. Therefore, individual questions may not necessarily each be worth the same number of marks. The exact number of marks allocated to each question is indicated at the start of the question.

**Section A**

- This section consists of compulsory short-response questions based on the whole syllabus. It is worth approximately 55 marks.
- The intention of this section is to assess students across the breadth of the syllabus. However, it should not be assumed that the separate topics are given equal emphasis.
**Question type**- A small number of steps are needed to solve each question.
- Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.

**Section B**

- This section consists of a small number of compulsory extended-response questions based on the whole syllabus. It is worth approximately 55 marks.
- Individual questions may require knowledge of more than one topic.
- The intention of this section is to assess students across the breadth of the syllabus in depth. The range of syllabus topics tested in this section may be narrower than that tested in section A.
**Question type**- Questions require extended responses involving sustained reasoning.
- Individual questions will develop a single theme.
- Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.
- Normally, each question reflects an incline of difficulty, from relatively easy tasks at the start of a question to relatively difficult tasks at the end of a question. The emphasis is on sustained reasoning.

Full marks are not necessarily awarded for a correct answer with no working. Answers must be supported by working and/or explanations.

__Analysis and Approach SL Paper 2__

__Analysis and Approach SL Paper 2__

**Duration**: 2** hour**

**Weighting: 30%**

- This paper consists of
**section A**, short-response questions, and**section B**, extended-response questions. - A GDC is required for this paper, but not every question will necessarily require its use.

**Formula booklet**

Each student must have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

**Syllabus coverage**

Knowledge of **all** SL topics is required for this paper. However, not all topics are necessarily assessed in every examination session.

**Mark allocation**

- This paper is worth
**110 marks**, representing 3**0% of the final mark**. - Questions of varying levels of difficulty and length are set. Therefore, individual questions may not necessarily each be worth the same number of marks. The exact number of marks allocated to each question is indicated at the start of the question.

**Section A**

- This section consists of compulsory short-response questions based on the whole syllabus. It is worth approximately 55 marks.
- The intention of this section is to assess students across the breadth of the syllabus. However, it should not be assumed that the separate topics are given equal emphasis.
**Question type**- A small number of steps are needed to solve each question.
- Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.

**Section B**

- This section consists of a small number of compulsory extended-response questions based on the whole syllabus. It is worth approximately 55 marks.
- Individual questions may require knowledge of more than one topic.
- The intention of this section is to assess students across the breadth of the syllabus in depth. The range of syllabus topics tested in this section may be narrower than that tested in section A.
**Question type**- Questions require extended responses involving sustained reasoning.
- Individual questions will develop a single theme.
- Normally, each question reflects an incline of difficulty, from relatively easy tasks at the start of a question to relatively difficult tasks at the end of a question. The emphasis is on sustained reasoning.

Full marks are not necessarily awarded for a correct answer with no working. Answers must be supported by working and/or explanations. Solutions found from a graphic display calculator should be supported by suitable working. For example, if graphs are used to find a solution, you should sketch these as part of your answer. Where an answer is incorrect, some marks may be given for a correct method, provided this is shown by written working. You are therefore advised to show all working.

__Analysis and Approach HL Paper 3__

__Analysis and Approach HL Paper 3__

**Duration**: 1** hour**

**Weighting: 20%**

- This paper consists of two compulsory extended-response problem-solving questions..
- A GDC is required for this paper, but not every question part will necessarily require its use

**Formula booklet**

Each student must have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

**Syllabus coverage**

Where possible, the first part of each question will be on syllabus content leading to the problem-solving context. Therefore, knowledge of all syllabus topics is required for this paper..

**Mark allocation**

- This paper is worth
**55 marks**, representing 2**0% of the final mark**. - Questions may be unequal in terms of length and level of difficulty. Therefore, each question may not be worth the same number of marks. The exact number of marks allocated to each question is indicated at the start of each question.

**Question type**

- Questions require extended responses involving sustained reasoning.
- Individual questions will develop from a single theme where the emphasis is on problem solving leading to a generalization or the interpretation of a context.
- Normally, each question reflects an incline in difficulty, from relatively easy at the start of a question to relatively difficult tasks at the end of the question. The emphasis is on problem solving.