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    (Original post by domy20)
    Don't worry brother, the grade boundaries are gonna hit rock bottom from the sound of things
    yeah about as rock bottom as your sad life
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    (Original post by greggkn)
    reply you rats

    For the factorising one, I think you'd be alright with your answer although it did say factorise fully. I can imagine you won't lose a mark for that.
    For getting your sin^2(x) rule wrong, you'd lose a mark and then cause there is no error to carry forward, you'd pretty much lose everything on that question. Might get the odd 1 mark if one of next calculation steps was the right idea, but you'll lose a lot cause you won't get any marks for the last part of question 8 as you woudn't be able to calculate cos(x) properly
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    how did you guys find question 10 on the back ???
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    (Original post by domy20)
    A lot of people found it easy mate but you dont need to share it with us. It may suprise you, but we dont give a ****
    You are right,I guess I am sorry. Perhaps telling this in a more kind way would be better.
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    (Original post by Kevi14)
    You got the last one wrong as it does not cost £3 for a whole clean (common sense) but you sub 2.92 which was r back into the equation to get the whole cost which was C!
    Ahh I found R which was £2.92. But I didn't realise you had to substitute it back in...
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    nearlly missed it
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    (Original post by IvoryToast)
    Will 74/75 be 100ums??
    I didn't put the 3 outside so just had (2x+1)(x+4)(x-4)
    I assume that's only 1 mark lost?

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    Might not even lose a mark for that. It was a decently hard paper so yes, I think 74/75 would give you 100ums
    As long as your 3 is still inside on of he brackets I mean like (3x+12). If its missing completely you will lose a mark
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    You are right,I guess I am sorry. Perhaps telling this in a more kind way would be better.
    hahahahahah, mate im just joshing with you, but yeah its true
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    (Original post by domy20)
    how did you guys find question 10 on the back ???
    it was alright but 2 circles questions on one paper was kind of gassed!!
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    You are right,I guess I am sorry. Perhaps telling this in a more kind way would be better.
    awwwww
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    (Original post by IvoryToast)
    Will 74/75 be 100ums??
    I didn't put the 3 outside so just had (2x+1)(x+4)(x-4)
    I assume that's only 1 mark lost?
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    100 UMS is pretty much sure for you,since this year's paper was found difficult.Congradulations!
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    By far the worst exam I sat this year and out of all of the C2 papers..even the R module ones. However looking at the mark scheme it looks okay..
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    (Original post by Random20)
    I really liked the paper today. No one else seemed too. Also does anyone have a mark scheme for the core 1 paper last week?
    Go to the physics and maths tutor site, it's there
    Or search under arseys posts on hear. I cant link ot on phone sorry

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    (Original post by domy20)
    how did you guys find question 10 on the back ???
    Funny one
    I always check and so should you all!
    But on this occasion i can confirm 9 was the last question

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    (Original post by domy20)
    how did you guys find question 10 on the back ???
    What :cry2: question 10?
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    (Original post by greggkn)
    awwwww
    Is this ironic?
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    (Original post by AA10743)
    For the factorising one, I think you'd be alright with your answer although it did say factorise fully. I can imagine you won't lose a mark for that.
    For getting your sin^2(x) rule wrong, you'd lose a mark and then cause there is no error to carry forward, you'd pretty much lose everything on that question. Might get the odd 1 mark if one of next calculation steps was the right idea, but you'll lose a lot cause you won't get any marks for the last part of question 8 as you woudn't be able to calculate cos(x) properly
    how do you know theres no error carried forward because i did correct working throughout the whole question besides that
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    (Original post by Boundless_x)
    What :cry2: question 10?
    Of course he/she is just making fun with. The questions were 9
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    60/75 - would that still be an A?
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    Of course he/she is just making fun with. The questions were 9
    its a she she's a bit of a rat. aren't you the one that got 100%!!!!!
 
 
 
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