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    (Original post by rexasarus)
    Does everyone know the Sn proof??
    Our teacher said it's likely to come up...
    Sn= a + (a+d) +... + (a+(n-2)d) + (a+(n-1)d)
    Reverse: Sn = (a+(n-1)d) + (a+(n-2)d)...+(a+d) + a
    Add: 2Sn = (2a+(n-1)d) + (2a+(n-1)d) ... +(2a+(n-1)d)
    2Sn= n(2a+(n-1)d)
    Sn=n/2(2a+(n-1)d)
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    I have done 3 papers today and I have got 59 on 2 of them and 62 on the other. It sucks because I keep losing silly marks because of lazy errors like forgetting to times something or the other. Hopefully I will feel better in the exam because I will have plenty of time to check my work.
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    You're given the series formulae in the formula book. Don't panic!
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    If I get an A in core 1 and a B in core 2 and mechanics, would I be able to come out with an A overall?
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    (Original post by CharlieeB)
    If I get an A in core 1 and a B in core 2 and mechanics, would I be able to come out with an A overall?
    Providing you get the minimum UMS for a B of 70. Then you would need to get full UMS in Core 1.
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    I ALWAYS FORGET TO PLUS C
    ALWAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Would two A's and a D make a B overall? (Stats is a pain)

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    (Original post by Fruitbasket786)
    Would two A's and a D make a B overall? (Stats is a pain)

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    Well say the ums was 80+80+50 that would be 210 which is a B

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