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    How did you guys manage to find x in the perimeter question?!

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    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
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    Grade boundaries will be high I reckon, was a 'easier' paper, I think I dropped about 4 marks(at a push) and the majority of that was the the show that, I can't remember much but stuff like k=7/2 and B was nine hundred and something b=1/9a-5/9 the other logs question X= -2.19 and 0/no solutions, sinx= 1/4 or 2(no solutions) and solve and minimum perimeter is like 120m or something once you solve dP/dX and X= 16.6 something, radius of circle is sqrt 34 and I can't recall much more
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    YESSS
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    I think I did
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    Yeah I did
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    I got that too.. I also thought it was unusual numbers :/
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    (Original post by TSRPAV)
    Grade boundaries will be high I reckon, was a 'easier' paper, I think I dropped about 4 marks(at a push) and the majority of that was the the show that, I can't remember much but stuff like k=7/2 and B was nine hundred and something b=1/9a-5/9 the other logs question X= -2.19 and 0/no solutions, sinx= 1/4 or 2(no solutions) and solve and minimum perimeter is like 120m or something once you solve dP/dX and X= 16.6 something, radius of circle is sqrt 34 and I can't recall much more
    sinx was -1/4 was it not?
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    I did, and so did my other class mates
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    I got that!


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    It was a pretty accessible paper I reckon
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    I think I just spent to oblong showing my working, probably could've got more final answers

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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    Yeah I got that
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    (Original post by its_samuel)
    How did you guys manage to find x in the perimeter question?!

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    differentiation mate!
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    (Original post by kinggbubba)
    i swear b was like -7000 and something, can't remember off the top of my head and k was -16
    k = (+)16
    b = 936
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    Yes i got that
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    (Original post by Jacobra)
    sinx was -1/4 was it not?
    Yes it was, I got that
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    anyone got 3x+5y-95=0 ??? guess not....seems out of normal range.
    I got that!!
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    (Original post by AstarAstarA)
    k = (+)16
    b = 936
    K= 7/2, b=936
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    (Original post by AstarAstarA)
    I think a lot of people found it easy so UMS coefficient may be less than last year which was 0.95 x ((Raw mark/75) x 100)
    I'm not sure, lots of the people on the TSR threads are getting blatantly wrong answers. Easier than Core 1, probably 62 for an A
 
 
 
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