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    (Original post by jshep000)
    hahahah yk I just want to go to sleep, like I'm so annoyed at this paper. Ah sound man
    ikr man i'm just so **** at exams i can do it all at home and after the exam but in exams i just panic
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    (Original post by stardust22)
    me! ocr?
    I DO OCR. THEY BEST HAVE SYMPATHY FOR US!


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    (Original post by Boundless_x)
    Got that too
    that's meant to be a -14 but yeah aha
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    I have AQA biology!
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    Moi f211??
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    how did people do the first part of the last question?
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    (Original post by Hard98)
    For the area of the graph since between 0-4 was below the x axis you minus it? To get 162 that's what my text book says
    No,the area is always positive, you got negative because the area is under the x axis, but you have to change back to positive, so it has to be 194+32=226
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    Dear god, please make s1 easyy
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    (Original post by johnnyboy1)
    bruv the grade boundary for an a should be lower than 6
    That's what I meant. But if you did not realize, 6 is below 60


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    (Original post by ahamathslols)
    How did you do the log? How many marks was it? Completely messed up
    From memory I think it was 7,

    The method was pretty similar to other log questions, I can't remember the numbers used, although I do remember you had to may -2logy = logy^-2

    and then form a quadratic,
    the answers i got were y = 1/3 and y = 3/2, again off the top of my head.
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    It was a harder than average (clearly) and also more difficult than last year's C2 (which I did) as it required more thinking and time per question. TBH I expected it to be worse knowing that the exams are deliberately made more difficult each year, presumably because A levels will be changed. For grade boundaries I predict it will be very similar to last year's, so about 59 for an A, 52 for B, 45 for C and so on.
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    (Original post by prepdream)
    Equation for tangent of Cirle? What did you guys get?
    I got something like -x + 2y + 14=0
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    please vote
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3343941

    over 380 users have already voted
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    (Original post by boyyo)
    i got y=0.5x + 14/2
    i think
    It stated in the question write it as ax+by+c=0 where a,b,c are integers so you forgot to times it by 2 buddy
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    Guys if you think you've got it bad I've got to go and do a history exam in an hour after failing this lollllllllllllllllllz then chem on Friday and then i'll be heading to the crematorium if anyone wants to join
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    SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!!

    For one of the questions i went back and changed it because my marking was wrong, it was one of the easy questions i think the equation of the circle... at first i got something like 2x-y-6=0 or something then i went back and got a 3 as a coefficient and something like 34 as the single number!!
    If my first answer was correct and i just wrote over it will i lose the marks?!!
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    Goodbye Cambridge.
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    Can someone kindly help me please? I need to see the C2 paper (or the mark scheme) please. Any links? Much appreciated.
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    Vote your grade boundary prediction for this paper
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3344199
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    (Original post by joe1545)
    Probably just one, providing you then differentiated the equation they gave nd got right answers for the differentiation, and minimum turning point
    yh i did that great thanks
 
 
 
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