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# OCR (not MEI) C1 - Wednesday 13th May 2015 watch

1. (Original post by jt663)
Was the radius of the circle 5? at the end
yeah
2. I thought 1/3 parallel to x axis and most people did as well?
3. (Original post by zintanax)
I got 40 square units
-1/48
stretch of 1/3 parallel to the y axis (can someone clarify on this please? not sure if right)
k<-25/8
Got k<-25/8 also.
4. im so annoyed, C1 is supposed to be easy and I made so many mistakes, did anyone get 5^9/2 for the part (iii) indices question?
5. I had k>25
6. (Original post by Parallex)
looks like a stretch parallel to x scale factor 1/3 to me tbh

Pretty sure it was in the x-direction. the function would have been y=f(3x)
7. (Original post by Oikai)
im so annoyed, C1 is supposed to be easy and I made so many mistakes, did anyone get 5^9/2 for the part (iii) indices question?

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Yh
8. (Original post by Parallex)
looks like a stretch parallel to x scale factor 1/3 to me tbh

It actually looks like both are correct
9. (Original post by Oikai)
im so annoyed, C1 is supposed to be easy and I made so many mistakes, did anyone get 5^9/2 for the part (iii) indices question?
Yep
10. (Original post by User10102929)
It actually looks like both are correct

me and my friend were saying this on the way home, could it actually be either?
11. I got stretch of 1/3 parallel to y axis because
y = 1/x
y/(1/3) = 1/x
y= (1/x) * (1/3) = 1/3x which I think is what we wanted?
y/c means stretch in y axis sf c
12. (Original post by Parallex)
me and my friend were saying this on the way home, could it actually be either?

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Both are correct
13. does anyone remember the question and mark split up???
14. (Original post by Magnesium)
Pretty sure it was in the x-direction. the function would have been y=f(3x)
Is a stretch of 1/3 in the y and a stretch of 3 the same?
15. (Original post by ella_chloe)
i wrote 40 then crossed it out,
will i get any method marks for working out the Q and R coordinates and writing area=.5x basex height ?
(q out of 4)
I imagine it'll be: 1 (or all) marks for right answer. Then 1 mark for correct Q and R, 1 mark for finding the correct lengths from your values and 1 mark for substituting in to 1/2bh.

-1/2 marks for getting the wrong answer?
16. How many marks would be dropped if you got -1/48 instead of 1/48? Would that be 2/4?
17. (Original post by Parallex)
looks like a stretch parallel to x scale factor 1/3 to me tbh

See, that looks like y-direction to me - It goes closer to the x-axis...
18. can someone confirm if this is x or y or both acceptable please

all x coordinates are 1/3 of f(x)
all y coordinates are 1/3 of f(x)

??
19. (Original post by jt663)
Is a stretch of 1/3 in the y and a stretch of 3 the same?
You mean a stretch of 3 in the x axis?

I don't think so because in one, the x values are not constant and in the other, they are?
20. (Original post by Oikai)
im so annoyed, C1 is supposed to be easy and I made so many mistakes, did anyone get 5^9/2 for the part (iii) indices question?
that's the problem with core 1. It's so easy so the grade boundaries are high but everyone makes silly mistakes. Last year I got 62/72 but that was only a B. If I you resit I recommend you go through the paper twice and substitute your answers into the eequation to make sure you're definitely correct

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