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    (Original post by Oscarchow)
    How to square root a huge fraction?????
    If you are talking about the area of the quadrilateral question, I got ****ed up the ass on it too
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    Swear Edexcel had nicer numbers in the past papers.
    It's always our year
    Yeah I literally did all the maths past papers for edexcel and are whole numbers but that exam omg! It better be the fractions not whole numbers!
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    I got 17/2 as the gradient and I got k=41/8 and I thought it should have been 5 so I put 5, I am so pissed off cus now I got the wrong tangent and y value. Why do they have to make things so annoying with stupid fractions in a non calculator paper
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    (Original post by SalazarSlytherin)
    k = 41/8 .... Why not just 5, thanks for being difficult
    Is the answer k=41/8?? Because that's what I got!
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    Swear Edexcel had nicer numbers in the past papers.
    It's always our year


    Yeah I literally did all the maths past papers for edexcel and are whole numbers but that exam omg! It better be the fractions not whole numbers!
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    Wow, I absolutely screwed up! Cant wait for the marksheme
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    (Original post by kk5)
    Yep I got 17/2 as gradient too
    that makes me happy!
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    (Original post by kk5)
    Yeah I literally did all the maths past papers for edexcel and are whole numbers but that exam omg! It better be the fractions not whole numbers!
    so many improper fractions, thought I was going wrong, never have I done a paper with fractions like this.
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    for the simultaneous equations question, all the x and y values were fractions right?
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    Easy peasy.
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    (Original post by kk5)
    Yep I got 17/2 as gradient too
    Yeh I got 17/2 somewhere, I got it as a gradient and then got it as another answer in that question
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    For the area of the quadrilateral did people get 54 1/3 ???
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    and also how many marks was the question about john's uncle giving him money?? i got 18 but then forgot to add it to 10 ffs. How many marks do you think I will get??
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    I THINK I MESSED UP. As far as I remember I got K= 41/6. FFS
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    That paper was so hard. Some of those questions, i had never seen on any past paper before.

    I think i got a U
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    That area though
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    Swear Edexcel had nicer numbers in the past papers.
    It's always our year
    Yeah I literally did all the maths past papers for edexcel and are whole numbers but that exam omg! It better be the fractions not whole numbers!
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    LOL that exam had the worst numbers I've ever seen in my life. Edexcel purposely ****ing with my mind when I'm trying to do Maths

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    I got 41/6 initially then realised I'd multiplied 4×2 wrong...and had written 6 instead of 8

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    what question was k=17/2, cant remember?
 
 
 
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