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3 years ago
#221
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3 years ago
#222
3x + 5x - 95 = 0
y?
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3 years ago
#223
found the x for question 10 and only realised that i forgot to find P when i got 2 minutes left... almost had a heart attack rushed it and think i found 160 sth... but i just tried to do it again and i got it right..... pretty pissed :c
got rest of it right tho
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3 years ago
#224
The moment you realise you forgot +c.....
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3 years ago
#225
arsey made a thread around that says edexcel doesnt want him to keep posting mark scheme as other school might use the paper as mock etc, so he will not post any markscheme again
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3 years ago
#226
(Original post by SalazarSlytherin)
3x + 5x - 95 = 0
y?
its 3y+5x-95
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3 years ago
#227
I did pretty much all of the paper right except bloody q9... Couldn't do proof for P and then found x to be 14.something instead of 17 like everyone else... So I ended up with P=108 instead of 120... I think I should get some method marks. Did the last part alright too tho!! Hopefully, I only lost around 6 marks...
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3 years ago
#228
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3 years ago
#229
Where is the official mark scheme?
(Original post by FakeDumbledore)
Unlucky mate I've seen the official mark scheme and a few of these are wrong :/
Better luck next year in your resit...
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3 years ago
#230
(Original post by TomLFC98)
The moment you realise you forgot +c.....
i don't think its necessary to put +c in further ing. calculations.. in the past paper question it said that answer and (+C) so either with out without it should be fine
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3 years ago
#231
Its not a mark scheme. That's his answer but I'm confident it's correct. I got this answer too.
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3 years ago
#232
whens the unofficial mark scheme coming
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3 years ago
#233
(Original post by TeeEm)
which board?
Edexcel
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3 years ago
#234
I'm pretty sure b) k=28 in the binomial question, because the difference was 58x for 2kx, anyone else get that?
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3 years ago
#235
All correct except question 3(c) which should read 5y+3x-95=0. I would also say that for the final question part (e) stating that 2000/x^3 is >0 for all positive values of x (distance is a scalar quantity) will suffice.
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3 years ago
#236
68/75 for A???? Can it actually go that high??
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3 years ago
#237
(Original post by crazypenguinbob)
68/75 for A???? Can it actually go that high??
Highly doubt it as that'd be 91%
I'd say realistically 61-64 although I personally didn't find the exam easy at all
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3 years ago
#238
(Original post by TheRandomGenius)
S= 24.3??
I didn't get that and I checked the integral on my calculator using the integral function.
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3 years ago
#239
(Original post by crazypenguinbob)
68/75 for A???? Can it actually go that high??
I'm more than sure it won't. I suspect it's going to be around the 63-64 mark.
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3 years ago
#240
(Original post by TeeEm)
which board?
edexcel
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