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# AQA Level 2 Further Maths - Unofficial mark scheme

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1. Completing the Square Qs:
a) (x^2+3)^2-7
b) (-3,-7)
c) -3+/-root7

Range Qs:
Integers are: 9,10 and 11

Surds Qs:
x=45

Matrices Q2b) is -20
2. (Original post by BobbiBlue)
For the trapezium question, where you had to prove the perimeter I messed up my trigonometry because I drew the special triangle wrong I ended up close to the answer 3(5 + root 3) will I get any marks?

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Exactly what I got hoping for 2/4?
3. (Original post by Jasmine...)
Exactly what I got hoping for 2/4?
That makes me feel better that other people made the same mistakes, I'm hoping for 2 out of 4 as well. I'm so annoyed at myself because I know I can do it

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4. w = 3n on cosine rule one
5. (Original post by chelseafc141)
How many marks do y'all think you got
i think I got around 55 ish
6. Are there any questions missing or is this all of them do you think?
7. The range answers were the integers: 9, 10, 11. As you found it was 0 when x was 8 or 12, therefore only smaller than 0 if 9,10,11
8. one answer was 121 (so root answer would be 11) which was one like (3-rootX)^1/3 = 2^3 or something
9. one surds question answer gave x = 45. As we were left with rootX = 3 root5 which is equal to root9 * root 5 = root 45 so x is 45.
10. (Original post by elizakbrown)
Question 3, did n=12?
thats what i got as well
11. For the range of x values question, I put 9, 10 , 11 because the question asked for integer solutions? I did put 8 < x < 12, but only in the working out
12. (Original post by alexgower)
one answer was 121 (so root answer would be 11) which was one like (3-rootX)^1/3 = 2^3 or something
Yeah I remember getting that answer too
13. What would you say the minimum mark in this paper is if you wanted an A^? That's including silly mistakes and such

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14. would I get marks if I put the integer values as 8, 9, 10, 11, 12?
15. (Original post by BobbiBlue)
What would you say the minimum mark in this paper is if you wanted an A^? That's including silly mistakes and such

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16. for question 4 there was one where you had to circle the co-ordinates for the equation of a circle, which was (-5,8) and a second part to the question was to find the radius which I put as the square root of 10.
17. For completing the square question:
x^2+6x+2=0
x^2+6x+9-9+2=0
(x+3)^2=7
x+3=root7
x=-3+/-root7
18. There was a question about the root 80 + root x
I got x=25
19. (Original post by jjen2603)

? Are you retar-serious? its
2014: 55
2015: 56
for A^

(marks out of 70)

evidence:
http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/over/sta...-JUNE-2014.PDF
http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/over/stat_pdf/AQA-IGCSE-GDE-BDY-JUNE-2015.PDF
20. oh I thought he just said an A.

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