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C3 (Not MEI) - Thursday June 14 2012, AM

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    Has anyone got a digital copy of the paper?
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    anyone know what ful UMS normally is for this paper thanks
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    (Original post by Morkike)
    anyone know what ful UMS normally is for this paper thanks
    In the last 6 papers it has been between 62 and 69 out of 72. I think this paper was slightly easier, so I wouldn't be surprised by 69 or possibly higher. I don't know where to find earlier grade boundaries, so there's no way of knowing the highest they've ever been.
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    (Original post by Sweetcorn_1)
    Has anyone got a digital copy of the paper?
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...9&d=1339691373

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/atta...0&d=1339691385
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    cheers, out of rep atm
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    You know the question about integrating (e^x+2)^2 dx
    can you use reverse chain rule or do you have to multiply it out and then integrate?
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    (Original post by Super Mario 64)
    I didn't expand the brackets, I just did the chain rule. Don't you still get the same answer? Hope you do haha
    I did this too, I was thinking of multiplying it out by then thought I'd save time by reverse chain
    I think its wrong though, maybe get 1/4 for subbing in limits..
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    (Original post by 117r)
    In the last 6 papers it has been between 62 and 69 out of 72. I think this paper was slightly easier, so I wouldn't be surprised by 69 or possibly higher. I don't know where to find earlier grade boundaries, so there's no way of knowing the highest they've ever been.
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    (Original post by mfmdanny)
    Jan 11: A* 59, A 52, B 45 100 UMS: 66
    June 10: A* 56, A 50, B 44 100 UMS: 62
    June 11: A* 58, A 52, B 46 100 UMS: 64
    Jan 12: A* 61, A 54, B 47 100 UMS: 68

    Where A* = 90 UMS

    A* Based on the difference between A and B added to mark for A
    100 UMS grade boundary based on twice the difference between A and B

    Based on this, I would say 60 is about 85-95 UMS
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    I dont know whether it was on this forum but there was a link to some website which was just a list of all worked solutions to all past papers to all modules i was wondering if anyone could post the link again?
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    (Original post by lamalas600)
    I dont know whether it was on this forum but there was a link to some website which was just a list of all worked solutions to all past papers to all modules i was wondering if anyone could post the link again?
    I think it was this link: http://www.kingsmaths.co.uk/y1213_GL_solutions.htm
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    Yes thanks ))


    Struggling a bit with M2

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