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I think I misread the relative velocity as due East rather than from East so I got a bearing of 76 but it should be 104 I think.
Surely it should still be 76 as your velocity(Vw=16i+4j I think) was where the wind was blowing from anyway so finding the angle of that would give you the direction the wind was blowing from.
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Hi would you know when teachers get the Edexcel maths exam timetable?
(for 2016)
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Hi would you know when teachers get the Edexcel maths exam timetable?
(for 2016)
the provisional maybe out now
the final by december
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ONLY 10 people voted in the M4 poll?
Digraceful


http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3382869
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[QUOTE=shan2097;56632887]
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what was everyone getting if you wrote the direction if the wind as a bearing?


I got 284. 360 - arctan (16/4).


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yeah thats what i was getting!


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Same there, i'm sure we got all M marks, the maximum lose is one A mark.

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yeah thats what i was getting!


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(Original post by demigawdz)
Hi would you know when teachers get the Edexcel maths exam timetable?
(for 2016)
It's on the Edexcel website here:
http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...isional-v2.pdf

(It's not hard to find, you follow the link ontheir front page which says "examination timetables").
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(Original post by tiny hobbit)
It's on the Edexcel website here:
http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...isional-v2.pdf

(It's not hard to find, you follow the link ontheir front page which says "examination timetables".
thank you
exams are quite late next year
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Paper uploaded.

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Paper uploaded.

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Here is a link to the Edexcel Maths Summer 2015 Question Papers and Mark Schemes

https://drive.google.com/folderview?...&usp=drive_web
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Hi guys, i will be doing further maths as an external candidate. i want some advice. so i like mechanics more than further pure so im more inclined to do fp2 m3 m4 than fp2 fp3 m3. what do you guys think since you've already started it and which part of the previous unit will I build upon in m3 m4 and fp2 ,,, ive done c1-c4, d1 fp1 s1 m1 m2,,, thanks
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Hi guys, i will be doing further maths as an external candidate. i want some advice. so i like mechanics more than further pure so im more inclined to do fp2 m3 m4 than fp2 fp3 m3. what do you guys think since you've already started it and which part of the previous unit will I build upon in m3 m4 and fp2 ,,, ive done c1-c4, d1 fp1 s1 m1 m2,,, thanks
M4 requires vectors and some geometry for relative motion , differential equations (first and second order) for damped oscillations and variable resistance of air. The concepts are not really difficult in neither M3 nor M4, however you should know that exams are quiet tiring with lots of calculations in M3 and many directions in M4 (relative motion).
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do any of you guys recommend doing questions of the old M4 book? (most old books tend to have many mistakes) there aren't enough past papers lol
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do any of you guys recommend doing questions of the old M4 book? (most old books tend to have many mistakes) there aren't enough past papers lol
definitely
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do any of you guys recommend doing questions of the old M4 book? (most old books tend to have many mistakes) there aren't enough past papers lol
The specification hasn't changed since the exam in January 2002, so there are 21 past papers.
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Isn't M4 on the 15th of June this year and not the 5th as a 5th is a Sunday.

[edit: wrong thread XD]
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