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Edexcel IGCSE Maths June 2011 4H solutions

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    Is this for Year 11 GCSE's i.e Unit 3? Or Unit 2 Year 10 GCSE's?
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    (Original post by the-chosen-one)
    Does anyone know what the highest A* grade boundary has been previously?
    i think the highest was 84%
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    95% overall by looking at the two papers. woop woop
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    yeah, just to clarify, for 21b, I put 11.8 and -102 (3sf), would that be right? as the question is separate from 21a and it doesn't specify solely the positive x value.

    Thank you
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    Rough guess as to what the A* boundary will be?
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    (Original post by chernid)
    Is this for Year 11 GCSE's i.e Unit 3? Or Unit 2 Year 10 GCSE's?
    IGCSE paper sat by Year 11 - 4H.
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    (Original post by dandoo14)
    yeah, just to clarify, for 21b, I put 11.8 and -102 (3sf), would that be right? as the question is separate from 21a and it doesn't specify solely the positive x value.

    Thank you
    Yes
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    What would YOU say an A would be this year? Assuming the grade boundaries will rise slightly compared to the boundaries of the past papers.
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    do you reckon 71% and 72% will be an A grade?
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    If u wrote root50 would that be ok
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    (Original post by SBGA)
    If u wrote root50 would that be ok
    Try reading through the thread before you ask a question.
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    highest A* boundary since 2004 has been 86 and 85 for a set in the same year, i've got all the boundarys from all years, the past 2 years the A* has only been between 78-81 and i got 83 and 91 so i think i've got it
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    (Original post by maramore)
    Try reading through the thread before you ask a question.
    I don't know why but I found this amusing.
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    I've got a problem in openning the 4h file for some reason. Does anyone know how to resolve this problem?
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    (Original post by 118)
    I've got a problem in openning the 4h file for some reason. Does anyone know how to resolve this problem?
    Update/Reinstall your adobe reader? Idk.
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    (Original post by jammyeast)
    do you reckon 71% and 72% will be an A grade?
    Well its usually 60 something so im pretty sure you will
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    (Original post by poopnoddy)
    highest A* boundary since 2004 has been 86 and 85 for a set in the same year, i've got all the boundarys from all years, the past 2 years the A* has only been between 78-81 and i got 83 and 91 so i think i've got it
    any idea for the A grade boundaries mate?
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    hopefully should have it! im terrible at maths haha
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    (Original post by BananaPie)
    Update/Reinstall your adobe reader? Idk.
    Does the 3H one work? Have you opened other PDFs recently?
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    Yeah, what would the A boundary be?

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