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FP3 Numerical solution Layout Help Desperately Needed Won't Take 90 Secs

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    Q2B on here:
    http://store.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/...W-QP-JUN06.PDF
    http://store.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/...W-MS-JUN06.PDF

    The question is worth 6 marks and I am not sure whether I would get all 6 due to my layout. I have the correct answer and have shown all my working but haven't broken it down to getting K1 and K2 then putting it into the question.

    Here is what I did (attached in the following post)

    Thnx
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    BUMP, This will hardly take 90 seconds, please help.
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    hmmmm

    There is a standard method/layout ... I encourage my students to use it
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    hmmmm

    There is a standard method/layout ... I encourage my students to use it
    But for the sake of saving time in an exam is there anything wrong with my layout, would I not get 6 marks ?
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    what is in the bracket after the first 0.1

    is it 5/2

    Nah ... I think I would give the full marks

    issue may come if the number to be added from the first part had to be rounded ... would you have still used the same
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    what is in the bracket after the first 0.1

    is it 5/2

    Nah ... I think I would give the full marks

    issue may come if the number to be added from the first part had to be rounded ... would you have still used the same

    I would have used the full number ofc not the rounded one, and yea it is 5/2.

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