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a) GCSE model answers The total cost of coffee & milk in an office is £72/month and staff pay according to whether they drink 1,2 or 3 cups per day.

Three drinks per day - 8 staff

Two " " " - 5 "

One " " " - 2 "

Assuming that Sharon makes no profit from the transaction, how much will she charge the three groupings ? Show every step in your calculations.

Let cost of one cup per person = c, cost of two cups per person = 2 x c = 2c, cost of three cups per person = 3 x c = 3c

=> 8(3c) + 5 (2c) + 2c = 72

24c + 10c + 2c = 72

36c = 72

=> c = 72/36 = 2

b) 'A' level basic Trigonometry proof

From Pythagoras Theorem, c² = a² + b² (1)

Divide both sides of (1) by c² , c² /c² = a² /c² + b² /c²

1 = (a/c)² + (b/c)² (2)

But sinx = a/c, cosx = b/c (3)

Substitute (3) into (2), 1 = sin² x + cos² x

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