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    (Original post by ninuzu)
    Still got three more after tomorrow...
    Which exams?!


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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Yep I enjoy it but It's a lotta work
    To be honest though if I knew that the exams were gonna change like this I wouldn't have done it! With no January exams I have to sit all 6 units in June next year..... :'(
    yeah i've got the same :mad:

    i wouldn't have taken further maths had I known it would change but oh well, further maths is an "extra" A level for me anyway (doing 4 A2s)
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    (Original post by stirkee)
    yeah i've got the same :mad:

    i wouldn't have taken further maths had I known it would change but oh well, further maths is an "extra" A level for me anyway (doing 4 A2s)
    Yeah same! But I still wanna do well in it
    What other 2 subjects are you doing?
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    Having a bit of a blank moment how do I integrate cos^3(2x)
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Having a bit of a blank moment how do I integrate cos^3(2x)
    cos ^2 (2x) x cos 2x)

    then change cos^2 (2x)
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    I reckon they'll be a big Integration by Parts 7/8 marker on this paper as there was only a smaller 4 marker on Jan 2013 as well as June 2012.
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Oooooh I'm looking forward to that! What's it like? Is it hell?
    Yep, especially as C3, FP2 and a two hour physics paper was all on the same day...
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    (Original post by ScarlettFierce)
    Which exams?!


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    S2, M2 and a physics paper.
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    (Original post by ninuzu)
    Yep, especially as C3, FP2 and a two hour physics paper was all on the same day...
    BLECHHHHH!!!!!


    Was C3 a re-sit? how did you find the paper?
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    (Original post by printergirl)
    cos ^2 (2x) x cos 2x)

    then change cos^2 (2x)
    Would this be right...?

    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Is my method and answer right here? It just seems... Odd...
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Yeah same! But I still wanna do well in it
    What other 2 subjects are you doing?
    economics and (pre-u) history
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Would this be right...?
    I don't think it's right. Line 2 doesn't simplify into line 3
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    Would this be right...?
    I think it is right because the answer is 0
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    BLECHHHHH!!!!!


    Was C3 a re-sit? how did you find the paper?
    No, my school didn't enter us for any January exams, so it was the first time doing C3. Found it alright - the last question took me about 10 minutes to figure out what to do, but I got it in the end. We did FP2 first, so C3 seemed a heck of a lot easier.
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    (Original post by jamesaung)
    I don't think it's right. Line 2 doesn't simplify into line 3
    Umm I'm pretty sure it does... Using the rule cos^2(x) = (1+cos2x)/2. ?
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    How do you do JAN 2013 Q8 ii):

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    (Original post by ninuzu)
    No, my school didn't enter us for any January exams, so it was the first time doing C3. Found it alright - the last question took me about 10 minutes to figure out what to do, but I got it in the end. We did FP2 first, so C3 seemed a heck of a lot easier.
    Ohhh okay
    Yeah same! My answer was wrong in the end but my working was okay (method marks please). That sounds a bit backwards! Haha but nice for you to have an easier exam afterwards.
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    (Original post by sophiekutie)
    Ohhh okay
    Yeah same! My answer was wrong in the end but my working was okay (method marks please). That sounds a bit backwards! Haha but nice for you to have an easier exam afterwards.
    Yeah, you can get almost full marks for method marks, so hopefully you'll be fine
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    (Original post by daniel_vincent)
    How do you do JAN 2013 Q8 ii):

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    midpoint of BD will be [(5+1)/2, (4+6)/2, (-3+3)/2]

    = (3,5,0)

    the direction vector will be [(3-3), (5-2), (0-1)]

    so r = (3,2,1) + t(0,3,-1)
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    (Original post by ninuzu)
    Yeah, you can get almost full marks for method marks, so hopefully you'll be fine
    I hope so
 
 
 
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