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1. I was just doing the june 2010 question paper for OCR (not MEI) S1 exam paper. and i got stuck on quite a few questions such as...
Q1)iii)
iv)
v)
Q5)
Q6)
and thats it, these types of questions are my most hated types of questions, but anyway here is the paper so you can help me quickly as exams are creeping in...
oh and by the way my score for this one was 30/72 an E )
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3. how far have you got ?
4. i finished the paper but found these questions difficult.
thanks
5. Q 1 part iv) is badly worded... it says "the number of students who gained exactly grade C was the same as the number who gained a grade lower than C"...

"a grade lower than C" sounds like a D

it should say "whose grades were lower than C"

anyway you read off the number scoring below 27, double this number and read off the score for this new number.
6. why double the number???
7. i read that in the mark scheme but i didn't understand
8. help!!!
9. (Original post by Maphs)
help!!!
Did you ever find out why? I'm stuck on this as well.

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