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# Edexcel GCSE Mathematics May/June 2016 Official Thread

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1. (Original post by 34908seikj)
I think that's wrong.

1/2*√2/2*√2/2=2/8 = 1/4 - that's the big triangle

The small triangle was 1/2*√3/3*√2/2 = √6/12

So 1/4 - √6/12 is equivalent to (3-√6)/12

At least that's what i did.
I did that too
2. 😂😂😂😂😂 u flopped mate
3. (Original post by Charlotteb1234)
I also did foundation and think I did ok would love to see a mark scheme for ours
I did foundation too what do your think grade boundaries for a C will be like roughly if the calculator is at the same difficulty? Higher or lower than last years (139 for a C in June)
4. (Original post by Charlotteb1234)
I also did foundation and think I did ok would love to see a mark scheme for ours
Yeah me too. Speaking of the exam what did you put for the sequence question and the factors and multiple questions?
5. (Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Yeah me too. Speaking of the exam what did you put for the sequence question and the factors and multiple questions?
What sequence question
6. (Original post by greenmang0)
What sequence question
You know where you had to pick from a list of number to see which was a factor of 42 and a multiple of 22
7. (Original post by 123moon)
I did foundation too what do your think grade boundaries for a C will be like roughly if the calculator is at the same difficulty? Higher or lower than last years (139 for a C in June)
If the calculator is the same I reckon the boundaries will be around 150 75 on each paper I could be wrong tho and I hope I am
8. (Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Yeah me too. Speaking of the exam what did you put for the sequence question and the factors and multiple questions?
Was it the one that had the two empty boxes and the answer was 12..?
9. (Original post by AmateurBrainBox)
I can't remember my answer but i believe for that question you do the reverse of you do when you're finding the midpoint, as they were asking for the end point or something. So times the midpoint by 2 and then subtract form the other endpoint.
It was (-3,-2) I believe
10. (Original post by 123moon)
Was it the one that had the two empty boxes and the answer was 12..?
I Don't remmeeve this question! Did you do edexcel?
11. (Original post by 123moon)
Was it the one that had the two empty boxes and the answer was 12..?
Yeah
12. (Original post by Charlotteb1234)
I Don't remmeeve this question! Did you do edexcel?
Yes i did
13. (Original post by greenmang0)
What sequence question
I remember no sequence either 🤔
14. (Original post by 123moon)
Yes i did
What was the question about 😮
15. (Original post by 123moon)
Yes i did
What was you answer for those questions, moon?
16. (Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Yeah
I put 8 divided by 4 (which is two) then times by 6 which is 12
17. (Original post by 123moon)
I put 8 divided by 4 (which is two) then times by 6 which is 12
My man. So did I
18. (Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
Yeah
Oh hang on the 33/11 = 3 x4 = 12?
19. (Original post by HX_AZAAN_786)
My man. So did I
Yess but for some weird reason it took me a while to work it out.. lol
20. (Original post by lily628)
anyone know how many marks the last one was worth? lost of all of those marks lol

The last one was 3 marks.

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