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    (Original post by Emmi12345)
    Am I the only one... who thought it was alright?
    I sincerely hope that you represent the minority, but I am getting the sneaky suspicion this was an "ok paper"
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    (Original post by rory58824)
    You probably used 4000 instead of 4 (P was in thousands)
    Dam...That's what I thought
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    Did anyone get like 105 for the length? And 30 something for the angle?
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    (Original post by anndz3007)
    for the ln2 question, did anyone get 32(ln2 square)-32ln2+12 ??
    Yeah~
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    (160(ln3)^2pi-27pi)/ln3 anyone please!!!! for the last q
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    Unofficial markscheme?
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    (Original post by anndz3007)
    for the ln2 question, did anyone get 32(ln2 square)-32ln2+12 ??
    YES!! but I was really unsure whether the ^2 could be brought down so I did 2 sets of working and answers.
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    (Original post by DomRauba)
    (160(ln3)^2pi-27pi)/ln3 anyone please!!!! for the last q
    Sorry,
    13pi/ln(3)
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    So lucky i put P=4000 and found the answer tooweird, so i crossed out and put P=4 yayyyyy
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    (Original post by Ripper Phoenix)
    used radians got 0.2 something sounds logical tho! 0.2 years thats like a few months perfect
    I got 0.473
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    Dont think you'll be getting any quotes bruh
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    (Original post by DomRauba)
    (160(ln3)^2pi-27pi)/ln3 anyone please!!!! for the last q
    It is 13pi/ln3
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    Arsey we need you now more than ever
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    (Original post by bwr19)
    Yes!
    was it not 16?
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    7.something for the vector distance ?


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    (Original post by ninetail9990)
    its 2. while mutiplying 4 and 4 cancel out
    I got k=4

    I'm not sure what you mean by 4 and 4 cancelling out. I got y=2cos(theta) and dx/dtheta = 2cos(theta) so they mutliplied to give 4cos^2(theta)
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    (Original post by skywalker12)
    Did anyone get like 105 for the length? And 30 something for the angle?
    yeah for the angle got a much lower number for the length, like 6 point something maybe
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    (Original post by cfcdrog)
    I think it was x^2 +2x-5 all over x-3...anyone got that?
    Yup. You had to combine the fraction and the x+5 or something or other.
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    What was p/q for the first answer
 
 
 
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