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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Fp3 isnt that bad either.


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    I know, but I only finished the module a few days ago, so I haven't had chance to take a look at past papers yet. Hardest part are chapter 2 loci questions.
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    (Original post by H0PEL3SS)
    I know, but I only finished the module a few days ago, so I haven't had chance to take a look at past papers yet. Hardest part are chapter 2 loci questions.
    Yes I would agree on that. Ch 2 questions get tricky. I finished it recently anyway. Well i did up to vectors a long time ago but didnt touch the matrices chapter.


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    What does collinear mean in c4 vectors?
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    What does collinear mean in c4 vectors?
    If 3 points are collinear they lie on a straight line.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    The question would be nice lol.


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    Ahahaha sorry loool no worries got it in the end 😂


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    (Original post by mccrae01)
    I know you've got most of the links in there already but you might want to add this to the OP

    http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...-maths-papers/

    It has the gold - bronze papers, Solomon's and Elmwood papers for all the units in one place
    Thank you, I'll add this when I'm on my computer.
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    Does anyone know how the Solomon papers are constructed? Like are they made from harder past paper Qs or just made up of hard Qs in line with the spec? I know the gold, sliver n bronze are formed from past paper Qs. Also how does the relative difficulty of Solomon compare to the gold, silver n bronze?
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    Does anyone know how the Solomon papers are constructed? Like are they made from harder past paper Qs or just made up of hard Qs in line with the spec? I know the gold, sliver n bronze are formed from past paper Qs. Also how does the relative difficulty of Solomon compare to the gold, silver n bronze?
    my teacher tells me to do only solomon papers A, B and C... because the others are irrelevant and have a different question sense to the actual edexcel exam questions.

    yeah do bronze silver and gold! thats the best prep for the exam
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    (Original post by H0PEL3SS)
    C4 vectors are nothing compared to FP3.
    Hahaha i know, FP2 complex transformations are the worst tho actually all those u v x and y lying around *shudder*
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    (Original post by tazza ma razza)
    Hahaha i know, FP2 complex transformations are the worst tho actually all those u v x and y lying around *shudder*
    Yeah, I agree with that. Apart from those, FP2 is less intense than I was expecting.
    Not that I'm complaining

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    Yes I would agree on that. Ch 2 questions get tricky. I finished it recently anyway. Well i did up to vectors a long time ago but didnt touch the matrices chapter.


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    I don't mind matrices, although we did matrices before vectors, so I need to do some of the overlapping questions.
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    (Original post by Ripper Phoenix)
    my teacher tells me to do only solomon papers A, B and C... because the others are irrelevant and have a different question sense to the actual edexcel exam questions.

    yeah do bronze silver and gold! thats the best prep for the exam
    Thats a lie. They are all relevant to our syllabus.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Thats a lie. They are all relevant to our syllabus.


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    ok
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Thats a lie. They are all relevant to our syllabus.


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    So are the Solomon papers edexcel specific?
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    (Original post by ACarter8)
    So are the Solomon papers edexcel specific?
    Yep.


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    Wth is this proof it's so ridiculous..


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    Is C4 anybody else's hardest module?

    It's not the difficulty but the amount of time involved to perfect it.
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    Wth is this proof it's so ridiculous..


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    do you think we could be asked to prove this? done pretty much all the past papers, haven't seen it once, i'm guessing it's more of an understanding thing than actually learning the proof
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    Can someone help with part d


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    Why does my diagram not work


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