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1. (Original post by Waqar_)
It was (e-3) (e+4)
no it was (e+3)(e-3)
2. What was the answer for the vectors question?
3. It was (e+4) (e-3) not (e-3)(e+4)

And I am 100% sure
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4. (Original post by maths6000)
It was (e+4) (e-3) not (e-3)(e+4)

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Mate, I'm pretty sure it's the same thing.
5. Mate, I'm pretty sure it's the same thing.[/QUOTE]

It's not the same thing because the 1e was positive so the 4 had to be positive if it was the other way round the e would've been negative
6. (Original post by skye99)
Mate, I'm pretty sure it's the same thing.
It's not the same thing because the 1e was positive so the 4 had to be positive if it was the other way round the e would've been negative[/QUOTE]

Would 72/200 be a C?
7. (Original post by stu-3791)
It's not the same thing because the 1e was positive so the 4 had to be positive if it was the other way round the e would've been negative
Would 72/200 be a C?[/QUOT
I counted 74-75 but is 70+ a C? Im worried that theull raise it this time
8. (Original post by skye99)
Mate, I'm pretty sure it's the same thing.
It's not the same thing because the 1e was positive so the 4 had to be positive if it was the other way round the e would've been negative[/QUOTE]

I know the e was positive , with a -12 at the end.

e+4 and e-3 simplify to give

e-3 and e+4 simplify to give

Just use http://www.wolframalpha.com/widget/w...%5E3&podSelect

to check it.
9. (Original post by stu-3791)
Would 72/200 be a C?[/QUOT
I counted 74-75 but is 70+ a C? Im worried that theull raise it this time
Yes, i believe 70+ is most definitely as a C as November 2015's grade boundaries had 62 Marks for a C and in my opinion they were equally as hard. So the C boundary would be around 62-68 minimum
10. How many marks to get a B do you think?
11. (Original post by skye99)
Mate, I'm pretty sure it's the same thing.
It's not the same thing because the 1e was positive so the 4 had to be positive if it was the other way round the e would've been negative[/QUOTE]
The following is true without a doubt (commutative property).
12. (Original post by ArianNajafi)
Mo Riz if you have the link to the paper send it to me please.
13. how long does it take until we can see the official grade boundaries and the both papers?
how long does it take until we can see the official grade boundaries and the both papers?
19th of December
15. (Original post by Pianoplayer08)
What was the answer for the vectors question?
OT was a factor of a+2b therefor is parallel
16. what was the answer for the stratisfied sampling one?
17. which one was the better value for money?
18. (Original post by Meme24256)
Thats exactly what i got but idk why everyone has 510:500
60% off £1500 = £900 yes

So then you take off £900 from £1500 cause then you're taking 60% off and that gives you £600 - 15% gives you £510

it was a trick question
19. Ratio question something to do with 165 and takes 40% black; and black is twice as many as white????
20. Guys please help i need an A* But i ****ed up so badly on paper 2 i think i only managed 78/100 at worst but paper 1 might save me
so I'm guessing my worst score would be 164/200, would that be an A*????

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