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1. For question 11a) (in the image I have attached, would I only get 1 mark for just putting 4.08? I believe 4.081 is the correct answer.
2. The question clearly states 3dp and not 3sf or 2dp, 4.081 is indeed correct.
3. (Original post by loooopppyyy)
The question clearly states 3dp and not 3sf or 2dp, 4.081 is indeed correct.
So would I only get 1 mark? Past mark schemes indicate that if you do 2 dp and not 3, then you lose 1 mark.
4. (Original post by dp00)
So would I only get 1 mark? Past mark schemes indicate that if you do 2 dp and not 3, then you lose 1 mark.
Yes you will lose 1 mark so you will get 1 mark for that question
5. I agree. You could lose both marks if no working is shown.

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