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1. Further pure mathematics is undoubtedly the hardest math subject in igcse(o levels).I'm a bit worried about how im gonna prepare for it.Any suggestions?
2. (Original post by Iamnayeem)
Further pure mathematics is undoubtedly the hardest math subject in igcse(o levels).I'm a bit worried about how im gonna prepare for it.Any suggestions?
Played, mate. Well played.
3. Yeah. That true. But if you can practise as much question in the past paper it will fefinetly improve your grades. Trust me.
4. How'd it go for you? What did you get for the lambda question?
5. I found it a decent paper but I left the question out since I didn't have time. Is it possible to create an unofficial mark scheme

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6. (Original post by Daniyal_Ahmed)
How'd it go for you? What did you get for the lambda question?
Hey, I got 9/11
7. Ah I got 24/11

Did you use the rule

OA + FB = OB (b)?
8. (Original post by Daniyal_Ahmed)
Ah I got 24/11

Did you use the rule

OA + FB = OB (b)?
No I used two equations for FB
One I used FO+OB
And the other one I used FB=xEB
Then I equated coefficient of a with each other and coefficient of b with each other
9. (Original post by Khushi malde)
No I used two equations for FB
One I used FO+OB
And the other one I used FB=xEB
Then I equated coefficient of a with each other and coefficient of b with each other

Ah yeah that makes sense, let's see who gets the answer then, what about the angle between the plane ABE and ABCD?
10. (Original post by Daniyal_Ahmed)
Ah yeah that makes sense, let's see who gets the answer then, what about the angle between the plane ABE and ABCD?
Yea let see who gets it right...
For the angle, I got 58
11. (Original post by Khushi malde)
Yea let see who gets it right...
For the angle, I got 58
Same, I liked the test personally, made a few silly mistakes but hoping for around 80 so I can catch up on Paper 2. At least we know calculus is definetely coming up for that!
12. (Original post by Daniyal_Ahmed)
Same, I liked the test personally, made a few silly mistakes but hoping for around 80 so I can catch up on Paper 2. At least we know calculus is definetely coming up for that!
Yea caculus and kinematic a will definitely come in paper 2
Easy to get marks there
13. What do you think the grade boundary will be guys? And what was the answer to question 10?
14. (Original post by kart1400)
What do you think the grade boundary will be guys? And what was the answer to question 10?
I think the grade boundaries for a A* should be around 88. I got 15 for the last part in question 10.
15. What about for the A and for the B? Got 15 as well.
16. What did you guys get for the arithmetic sequence question?
17. (Original post by kart1400)
What did you guys get for the arithmetic sequence question?
I got common difference as 4 and first term as 5
I got p as 12
18. How did you get that because I got 4/3 and 5/3

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19. (Original post by kart1400)
How did you get that because I got 4/3 and 5/3
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I got -4 and -5 for that question
20. Only arithmetic and lamda.questions were tough but rest were easy

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