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    (Original post by Willandy123)
    Yo guys, do we have to learn all the proofing for all the equations in S1, if so, anyones got all the proofs?

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    You dont need to learn the proofs for any of the formulas.
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    For the June 15 paper on question 3 where it asks to determine whether its statically independent I did what Alwaus gets me the marks in past papers but for this one they wanted something different and I don't get it.
    My failed solution ^
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    When they say give an interpretation of b ,what is usually meant ?
    b is the gradient, so for every one unit increase in x, the y increases (if b is positive) or decreases (in b is negative) by the value of b
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    HEY AGAIN can someone pls help me with june 2013(R) question 5 d) and e).. I really don't understand the theory behind it - Here's the paper's link: http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...e_20130517.pdf
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    For Question 7b,why did the mark scheme use 0.67 instead of 0.75 ?
    https://1a388b28f5ce9318f837a64962fc...%20Edexcel.pdf
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    For the June 15 paper on question 3 where it asks to determine whether its statically independent I did what Alwaus gets me the marks in past papers but for this one they wanted something different and I don't get it.
    My failed solution ^
    I always do:
    If they are independent then P(B|C) = P(B)
    P(B) = 20/80 = 0.25
    P(B|C) = (4+3)/28 = 0.25
    Since P(B) = P(B|C) the events are independent
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    (Original post by wenogk)
    HEY AGAIN can someone pls help me with june 2013(R) question 5 d) and e).. I really don't understand the theory behind it - Here's the paper's link: http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...e_20130517.pdf
    5d) The value is unchanged
    Reason is Sxx = Sum(xbar - x)^2
    so x = 6
    xbar is sum of x divided by number of items
    sum of x was 60 (divided by 10 gives xbar of 6)
    Add 6 (turner has 6 characters) and we have 66/11 (one new item)
    so x bar is STILL 6.
    Since x is also 6 there is nothing to add to Sxx, so it still equals 28
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    For Question 7b,why did the mark scheme use 0.67 instead of 0.75 ?
    https://1a388b28f5ce9318f837a64962fc...%20Edexcel.pdf
    They did use 0.75.

    P(X<Q3) = 0.75. Then look at the table to see what value of Z gives 0.75 - you'll find that it's 0.67.

    So, 0.67 = q3-mean/s.d and then solve for q3.
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    Hi,
    If the probability is for example P([CUB]), what do the square brackets mean?
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    Do you guys think we will get an easy or hard paper tomorrow ?
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    (Original post by rose1234)
    Hi,
    If the probability is for example P([CUB]), what do the square brackets mean?
    Probability of C or B occurring so you add P(B) +P(C).
    U=OR(add the probabilities).
    U upside down means =ADD(multiply the probabilities).
    I think the square brackets represent the order in which you prioritise the brackets e.g.do the ones in the square before you do the normal one.
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    Does anyone else find June 2015 IAl impossible of just me?
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    (Original post by Siddhart1998)
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    For the June 15 paper on question 3 where it asks to determine whether its statically independent I did what Alwaus gets me the marks in past papers but for this one they wanted something different and I don't get it.
    My failed solution ^
    the method you used is right. 0.0875=7/80
    however how did you get 0.25 for P(b/\c) (maybe venn diagram was wrong). P(b/\c) is also 7/80 (4+3/80) so as they're equal, they're statistically independant
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Do you guys think we will get an easy or hard paper tomorrow ?
    I bricking it for tmo, as im assuming it's gonna be harder. I've done every PP over the last week chronologically (2005-2015) and my overall mark has slightly decreased as I came to the more recent ones. They're getting wordier and expecting to APPLY our knowledge of current topics more frequently, on styles of questions we've just never seen before.

    C1 & C2 (2016) provided as evidence for this, as I'm sure many found these papers slightly harder than previous PPs, and i think S1 will generally follow this trend. Hopefully it won't be harder but all we can do now is pray for the best!
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    guys any important points and tips to write in questions where dey ask us to compare to events specially in the case of 2 box plots
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    In question 2f of the 2016 IAL paper, why is the probability passing 1/2 instead of 75%? Is it just common sense that chance of passing is 1/2?
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    best way to revise probability and normal distribution?
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4164799

    please answer this !! thanks
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    (Original post by arrow_h)
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    Prob a- wakes before 6:30
    Prob b- goes for a run

    draw a VENN DIAGRAM:
    from reading the question we can see-
    P(A)= 0.7
    P(B) 0.35
    P(A'/\B')= 0.22 (outside of two circles)

    remember: P(AuB)= overall probability within two circles
    so P(AuB)= 1 (total proability)- 0.22 (probability lying OUTSIDE of circles)
    =0.78
 
 
 
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