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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    all yours ...
    Sorry but i wont write it up. No maths now. Done enought now that step is over.
    Similar to an integral of square root(x-a/(b-x)


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Sorry but i wont write it up. No maths now. Done enought now that step is over.
    Similar to an integral of square root(x-a/(b-x)


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    Do not worry... It is not for you...
    If you cannot do this why were you in STEP III today?
    Was your exam good?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Do not worry... It is not for you...
    If you cannot do this why were you in STEP III today?
    Was your exam good?
    I can do it though......
    It was okay. I am on the boundaries for the grade 1 so depends how everyone else did tbh.


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    I can do it though......
    It was okay. I am on the boundaries for the grade 1 so depends how everyone else did tbh.


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    let us hope you did enough...I would hate to see you in Warwick.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Do not worry... It is not for you...
    If you cannot do this why were you in STEP III today?
    Was your exam good?
    I might aswell do it actually, one more integral wont hurt ...


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I might aswell do it actually, one more integral wont hurt ...


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    will definitely rep you (after midnight)

    I am about to write the solutions now...
    It will take a while as I am a slow writer (neat version as these will be added in my resources)
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    will definitely rep you (after midnight)

    I am about to write the solutions now...
    It will take a while as I am a slow writer (neat version as these will be added in my resources)
    Kool, ill do it and post it then.


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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Any strong further mathematicians out there?

    Try this integration (without clues) if you are hard enough...
    I will write and post solutions after my dinner (about 1 hour)
    solutions are attached now in post 438
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    For mechanical engineering it will be very useful to have completed (even if an exam is not sat) FP1-FP3 and M1 to M6, if you can find an old M6 textbook.
    Ran a search online earlier today, M6 books are like gold-dust . Have any Idea where I could find a PDF/eBook copy?
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    try to find these two

    0 435 51805 4 (M3)
    0 435 51806 2 (M4)

    these are 1995 editions when the 6 modules were 4.
    these two are the same as current M4, M5 and M6.

    search in Waterstones marketplace
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    http://www.waterstonesmarketplace.co...y=18&hs=Submit
    http://www.waterstonesmarketplace.co...y=11&hs=Submit
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    (Original post by Fvthoms)
    Ran a search online earlier today, M6 books are like gold-dust . Have any Idea where I could find a PDF/eBook copy?
    look at

    http://www.waterstonesmarketplace.co...y=11&hs=Submit
    http://www.waterstonesmarketplace.co...y=18&hs=Submit

    I would get these
    these are 1995 editions when the 6 modules were 4.
    these two are the same as current M4, M5 and M6.
    they are the same
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    look at

    http://www.waterstonesmarketplace.co...y=11&hs=Submit
    http://www.waterstonesmarketplace.co...y=18&hs=Submit

    I would get these
    these are 1995 editions when the 6 modules were 4.
    these two are the same as current M4, M5 and M6.
    they are the same
    Thanks; once/if I make it past S2, I'll be sure to give them a look. 👍
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    (Original post by Fvthoms)
    Thanks; once/if I make it past S2, I'll be sure to give them a look. 👍
    good luck
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    FP3 EDEXCEL Grade Boundaries

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    (Original post by Mutleybm1996)
    any additional thoughts?
    these are my thoughts from an earlier reply to this thread

    REVISED BOUNDARIES AFTER DOING SOLUTIONS TO THESE PAPERS


    these are my C3 EDEXCEL estimates

    69-70 …. 100UMS
    64-65 …. 90 UMS
    57-58 …. 80 UMS
    51-52 .… 70 UMS

    these are my C4 EDEXCEL estimates

    71-72.........100UMS
    65-66.........90UMS
    59-60.........80UMS
    52-54.........70 UMS

    incidentally to blow my own trumpet ...
    look at Q8 of this years C4 paper
    look at Q8 of C4, IYGB, paper N

    then look at Q10 of the C34, IAL June 2015
    then look at Q8 of IYGB paper V

    54 days to results ...
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    Are you planning to do Mathematics, Physics or Engineering next September?

    Then you may find the resources in this thread useful

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3330283
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    these are my thoughts from an earlier reply to this thread

    REVISED BOUNDARIES AFTER DOING SOLUTIONS TO THESE PAPERS


    these are my C3 EDEXCEL estimates

    69-70 …. 100UMS
    64-65 …. 90 UMS
    57-58 …. 80 UMS
    51-52 .… 70 UMS

    these are my C4 EDEXCEL estimates

    71-72.........100UMS
    65-66.........90UMS
    59-60.........80UMS
    52-54.........70 UMS

    incidentally to blow my own trumpet ...
    look at Q8 of this years C4 paper
    look at Q8 of C4, IYGB, paper N

    then look at Q10 of the C34, IAL June 2015
    then look at Q8 of IYGB paper V

    54 days to results ...
    Any revised boundaries for FP1, FP2, S3, M2, D1??
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    (Original post by Mutleybm1996)
    Any revised boundaries for FP1, FP2, S3, M2, D1??
    FP1 was standard but the last question might have caught some people out so I'd say 60-62 for an A
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    (Original post by Mutleybm1996)
    Any revised boundaries for FP1, FP2, S3, M2, D1??
    sorry...
    I will not be doing solutions for those for a while
 
 
 
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