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    (Original post by Buymoria)
    Can you resit FP1 in A2 year?
    You would have to talk to your tutor/teacher about resiting it in A2, but I know you have the option to resit the exam.

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    (Original post by Buymoria)
    Can you resit FP1 in A2 year?
    That's what I'm doing.
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    what a beauty of a paper!!
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    Great paper! Really hope I got 72/72, might have dropped a couple on the Argand diagram question though.
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    Does anyone have an unofficial mark scheme?
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    It was alright accept I couldn't do the last question
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    Did everyone get root 3 -3i for z
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    (Original post by hallo.C)
    Does anyone have an unofficial mark scheme?
    The paper finished about 10 minutes ago, give people time.
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    The roots of the z after the substitution were 9+40i and 9-40i I believe, so you needed to use both other parts of the question to get a solution. Mine did involve some nasty fractions though, something over 41 I think, so I doubt I got it fully correct.
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    What the actual **** was that paper 😭😭😭 I felt so prepared but now I'm 99% sure I just got a U
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    (Original post by harpreetrai3)
    no it was -3 + 9j, you had to rearrange the modulus and arguement form to get z - (-3 + 4j) and z - (-3 + 6j)
    I think you did the MEI paper.
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    (Original post by harpreetrai3)
    no it was -3 + 9j, you had to rearrange the modulus and arguement form to get z - (-3 + 4j) and z - (-3 + 6j)
    Which question was this for? The numbers don't look familiar :/
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    (Original post by marioman)
    I think you did the MEI paper.
    oh **** my bad i am
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    (Original post by harpreetrai3)
    no it was -3 + 9j, you had to rearrange the modulus and arguement form to get z - (-3 + 4j) and z - (-3 + 6j)
    What exam board r u because we didn't have an triangle question on ocr
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    That paper was so nice compared to M2 ☺

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    I'm sorry, but that exam was awful. I felt so prepared for it but that just through me. I nearly cried in the C1, but this one did make me cry. Bring on the retakes.
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    (Original post by Gander01)
    The roots of the z after the substitution were 9+40i and 9-40i I believe, so you needed to use both other parts of the question to get a solution. Mine did involve some nasty fractions though, something over 41 I think, so I doubt I got it fully correct.
    That sounds right to me. I checked the four different roots on my calculator and they were correct.
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    (Original post by metasysta)
    I'm sorry, but that exam was awful. I felt so prepared for it but that just through me. I nearly cried in the C1, but this one did make me cry. Bring on the retakes.
    Same same same same

    Good luck, hopefully you've done better than you think!
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    (Original post by marioman)
    That sounds right to me. I checked the four different roots on my calculator and they were correct.
    I got the exact same thing, I was so annoyed I only figured out how to find intersection points in the last minute so I didn't fully finish the question
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    (Original post by DSG7799)
    That paper was so nice compared to M2 ☺

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    There just wasn't enough time for that M2 paper, I wrote frantically the whole time and only did around 2/3 of it.
 
 
 
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