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    is the unofficial mark scheme out
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    That they're parallel.
    couldn't they have also been part of the same vector as well though as we didn't get the precise point of S
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    So what did people get for that table question. Where is had like x/4 or something cant even remember 2nd to last Q.
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    (Original post by sv42008)
    lol no

    that point S also satisfies the vector OT (?) so it is the intersection of the two lines.
    I'm not sure, i wrote that they intersect but Im pretty sure I was wrong, others said it was parallel, so I just presumed they were right, my bad.
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    So what did people get for that table question. Where is had like x/4 or something cant even remember 2nd to last Q.
    11 and x=6 and 2
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I got 69 degrees, don't remember my working though.

    And Pi is a number 3.14...

    Is it's 25pi = 25*3.14, so you can't just take it away from 100, without first dealing with Pi. BIDMAS or whatever it's called.
    could you not dsay 100- 25pie
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    (Original post by Mahrez)
    11 and x=6 and 2
    I think i failed gg f me please tell me the 5 marker bout that girl i got right she didnt have enough did she? She had 3 she needed 4?
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    I think i failed gg f me please tell me the 5 marker bout that girl i got right she didnt have enough did she? She had 3 she needed 4?
    yes she need 4
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    So what did people get for that table question. Where is had like x/4 or something cant even remember 2nd to last Q.
    It was direct proportion i think when y=k/x squared as y was directly proportional to the square of x. So you had to find the value of k and then substitute it in.
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    (Original post by Mahrez)
    could you not dsay 100- 25pie
    I did... before that post
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    (Original post by AmateurBrainBox)
    It was direct proportion i think when y=k/x squared as y was directly proportional to the square of x. So you had to find the value of k and then substitute it in.
    yeah the constant was 100
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    (Original post by AmateurBrainBox)
    It was direct proportion i think when y=k/x squared as y was directly proportional to the square of x. So you had to find the value of k and then substitute it in.

    ffs I knew direct proportion why did they put it like that.
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I did... before that post
    you've got the right answer 100-25pi
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    (Original post by Mahrez)
    yeah the constant was 100
    yeah, phew glad i got that one right
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    (Original post by candol)
    you've got the right answer 100-25pi
    No it asks for it simplified so it would be 25(4-pi) ...............
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    I made a few inaccuraceys but I am sure I got 90-94%
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    No it asks for it simplified so it would be 25(4-pi) ...............
    Why is that simplified? That's factorised
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    ffs I knew direct proportion why did they put it like that.
    It probably confused you as it wasn't put into words 'y is directly proportional...' as they just wrote x (proportional sign thingy) 1/x squared
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    (Original post by candol)
    Why is that simplified? That's factorised
    But whether you expand a factorised form it is simplified
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    (Original post by AmateurBrainBox)
    It probably confused you as it wasn't put into words 'y is directly proportional...' as they just wrote x (proportional sign thingy) 1/x squared
    swear it is inversley proportional
 
 
 
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