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# Mr M's Edexcel GCSE Linear Mathematics Higher 1MA0 Paper 1 Answers November 2015 watch

1. (Original post by jessdavies99)
Do you know what the end result should have been? For instance -a - b
DA = 2(a + b) and MA = 1.5(a + b)
2. (Original post by 11alexandru-kore)
Do you think the November exam was easier than the July one as I want a A* and last summer I got an A and i'm studying now additional maths.
I can't remember the July one. They all merge together in my mind because I have been doing this for too long.
3. (Original post by Bac0606)
Has anyone got a paper I can see
Your teacher is permitted to use the paper with you in your school.
4. (Original post by Mr M)
I can't remember the July one. They all merge together in my mind because I have been doing this for too long.
I think he meant the june one. Where one had to obtain 65 marks in order to obtain a 'C' grade.
5. What topic does 13 come under?
6. I think I got 35 and I wasn't very confident in this paper, what do you think I should aim for in tomorrow's paper for a C or B?
8. (Original post by Aaa19998)
I think I got 35 and I wasn't very confident in this paper, what do you think I should aim for in tomorrow's paper for a C or B?
Aim for around 40, just to make sure.
9. (Original post by Bac0606)
What topic does 13 come under?
Interior angles of polygons.
10. (Original post by fatima1998)
I don't guess boundaries.
11. (Original post by Kmohazeb)
I think he meant the june one. Where one had to obtain 65 marks in order to obtain a 'C' grade.
As I said I can't remember that one.
12. do u think that the calculator paper is going to b harder than the non cal?
i found this paper easier but dunno which paper would b harder
13. Mr M for question 19, I knew what I was doing but I must have accidently done 4/3 x pi x 9 to the power of 2 to give the the volume of the sphere, then I divided by 2 to give me volume of the hemisphere. I should have done 4/3 x pi x 9 to the power of 3, then divided by 2 to get the volume of the hemisphere which would equal 486pi then add the volume of the cone 270pi to get a total volume of 756pi cm cubed. I am so angry with myself would I get any marks, if so how many?
14. What was the question for Q13?
15. (Original post by fatima1998)
do u think that the calculator paper is going to b harder than the non cal?
i found this paper easier but dunno which paper would b harder
I've really no idea.
16. (Original post by rahim.mughal)
Mr M for question 19, I knew what I was doing but I must have accidently done 4/3 x pi x 9 to the power of 2 to give the the volume of the sphere, then I divided by 2 to give me volume of the hemisphere. I should have done 4/3 x pi x 9 to the power of 3, then divided by 2 to get the volume of the hemisphere which would equal 486pi then add the volume of the cone 270pi to get a total volume of 756pi cm cubed. I am so angry with myself would I get any marks, if so how many?
You'll get 3 or 4 marks.
17. (Original post by jessdavies99)
What was the question for Q13?
You needed to work out there were a total of 420 sweets and 180 of them were in packets. 240 are left in 12 boxes.
18. What was the question for Q4 a?
19. (Original post by candycaneland500)
sooo happy got almost all questions correct
What did you get in the summer 2015 exams? for maths
20. (Original post by AN1ASAR)
What did you get in the summer 2015 exams? for maths
2 marks of a B wbu i chose to retake btw

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