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# Edexcel FP2 Official 2016 Exam Thread - 8th June 2016 watch

1. (Original post by Alby1234)
Hi guys, need a little help with a method of differences question if that's okay. The partial fractions gives three terms and I wrote down the expansion (I did this correctly as I checked it against the mark scheme), however I saw no pattern in cancelling out the terms. What is the protocol for going about this when there are three terms instead of 2?

I have linked the mark scheme's expansion. Attachment 533057

thanks
2. (Original post by DORI)

thanks
This is actually from FP1 January 2008 (before the spec changed)
3. (Original post by Alby1234)
This is actually from FP1 January 2008 (before the spec changed)
Did you see my post?
4. (Original post by Alby1234)
This is actually from FP1 January 2008 (before the spec changed)
that's great. thanks
5. (Original post by Zacken)
Did you see my post?
Yes! Sorry I forgot to get back to you (a lot of M3 to be done today). Thank's for your response
6. Can someone guess the hypothetical grade boundaries for the withdrawn June 2013 paper?
7. (Original post by ombtom)
Can someone guess the hypothetical grade boundaries for the withdrawn June 2013 paper?
70 A*
65-66 A
~60 B

etc would be my guess, nothing too hard in it..
8. (Original post by edothero)
70 A*
65-66 A
~60 B

etc would be my guess, nothing too hard in it..
Same as the normal 2013 paper then. Thanks
9. Can anyone help with a complex number transformation question? I have attempted this and have only seemed to be able to come out with two arg's or get really confused when I start comparing real and imaginary parts. The mark scheme doesn't help too much. I have attached the question
10. an
Can someone help me with part c please? Thanks

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11. (Original post by jkhan9625)
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Can someone help me with part c please? Thanks

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Have a look at this.
12. (Original post by Alby1234)
Can anyone help with a complex number transformation question? I have attempted this and have only seemed to be able to come out with two arg's or get really confused when I start comparing real and imaginary parts. The mark scheme doesn't help too much. I have attached the question
hope this makes sense. anyone correct me if im wrong pls
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13. (Original post by Zacken)
Have a look at this.
Thanks got it

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14. (Original post by ombtom)
Can someone guess the hypothetical grade boundaries for the withdrawn June 2013 paper?
Why was it withdrawn?
15. (Original post by Student403)
Why was it withdrawn?
Tiny hobbit said something about this, apparently the papers were delivered to the wrong place or something by a certain delivery van and they had to issue the replacement papers.
16. (Original post by Zacken)
Tiny hobbit said something about this, apparently the papers were delivered to the wrong place or something by a certain delivery van and they had to issue the replacement papers.
Bet that guy had a pretty sh** day
17. (Original post by Zacken)
Have a look at this.
did the guy miss a step? why didnt he differentiate it, find t when x' is 0.
18. (Original post by ChuckNorriss)
did the guy miss a step? why didnt he differentiate it, find t when x' is 0.
You don't need to differentiate, you know that sine is a bounded function and takes it's maximum value when sin =1. You can if you want to though, it's just a waste of time.
19. I did Edexcel papers. where can I get extra resources for this model?

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20. How do you get from there to there? I don't understand this...

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