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

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

    And I am 100% sure
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    Mate, I'm pretty sure it's the same thing.
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    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
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    (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?
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    (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
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    (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.
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    (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
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    How many marks to get a B do you think?
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    (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  (e+4)(e-3)\equiv (e-3)(e+4) (commutative property).
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    (Original post by ArianNajafi)
    Mo Riz if you have the link to the paper send it to me please.
    I don't have the link
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    how long does it take until we can see the official grade boundaries and the both papers?
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    (Original post by kanad)
    how long does it take until we can see the official grade boundaries and the both papers?
    19th of December
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    (Original post by Pianoplayer08)
    What was the answer for the vectors question?
    OT was a factor of a+2b therefor is parallel
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    what was the answer for the stratisfied sampling one?
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    which one was the better value for money?
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    (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
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    Ratio question something to do with 165 and takes 40% black; and black is twice as many as white????
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    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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