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    Need help on part A
    Thank youAttachment 426061


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    which paper is this?
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    (Original post by imedico10)
    which paper is this?
    It's a sample exam paper from a text book.


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    Is there a quicker foolproof way of working all the solutions to a trigonometric equation?
    eg, for tan, you just keep adding 180 degrees
    I know for sin, you can take the value away from 180 and get another solution
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    (Original post by Moniii16081997)
    It's a sample exam paper from a text book.


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    hey could you help me on june 2014 9cii
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    (Original post by Medicjug)
    Anyone? Helpppppp Attachment 426039


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    I haven't written this down because I'm bed but try this:

    Differentiate f(x) and equate it to a (the gradient if g(x)). Then find the value of x.

    Then equate f(x) to g(x) and rearrange to get a quadratic. Then plug in the x value from before and then rearrange for k in terms of a?


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    I haven't written this down because I'm bed but try this:

    Differentiate f(x) and equate it to a (the gradient if g(x)). Then find the value of x.

    Then equate f(x) to g(x) and rearrange to get a quadratic. Then plug in the x value from before and then rearrange for k in terms of a?


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    Thank you so much your amazingg for part c is it ok to get 2 solutions


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    Hi does anyone know when the graph is shifting to the right and left or up and down? For example, for normal equations like 3x, does it means stretch up and down by a factor of 3?
    Also can somebody help me with this 6c on 2014(r). I don't understand why 2x doesnt get why isnt 2x squared?
    Thanks
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    (Original post by veniceswan)
    Hi does anyone know when the graph is shifting to the right and left or up and down? For example, for normal equations like 3x, does it means stretch up and down by a factor of 3?
    Also can somebody help me with this 6c on 2014(r). I don't understand why 2x doesnt get why isnt 2x squared?
    Thanks
    That's Chem


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    (Original post by Medicjug)
    Anyone? Helpppppp Attachment 426039


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    what paper is that
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    Papers between 2007 and 2011 are such dream-sellers. I completed them all... and then I attempted the June 2013 paper. My goodness :'(
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    Can someone help me with june 2013 q4d? Would be so grateful x
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    (Original post by imedico10)
    what paper is that
    Not sure someone else posted this can you help me with part c


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    i didnt notice it haha
    this is the question
    (Original post by Medicjug)
    That's Chem


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    (Original post by Medicjug)
    Thank you so much your amazingg for part c is it ok to get 2 solutions


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    Didn't it expect to work o

    Well are they in the form of what's in the question?Otherwise I don't see why not.

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    Not sure someone else posted this can you help me with part c


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    This qstn is confusing, how did you get 7b
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    What did everyone get in june 2013?? Putting myself down so much after doing that😪


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    Anybody explain 13 d on the January 2015 IAL Paper?

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Zi...5Q2F2TlBJ/edit - paper
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Zi...A1R3JtcGc/edit - mark scheme
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    (Original post by vietnamfam)
    Anybody explain 13 d on the January 2015 IAL Paper?

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Zi...5Q2F2TlBJ/edit - paper
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Zi...A1R3JtcGc/edit - mark scheme
    how urgent is it?
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    Can someone explain 7b please
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    (Original post by vietnamfam)
    Anybody explain 13 d on the January 2015 IAL Paper?

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Zi...5Q2F2TlBJ/edit - paper
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Zi...A1R3JtcGc/edit - mark scheme
    1 revolution is 360

    2 rev is 720 defgrees
    30t=720
    so t=24
 
 
 
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