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    (Original post by Waveyalex)
    An A will be 130/131
    it depends tho cos the exams were quite easy so the boundaries will be higher
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    (Original post by hentaiqueen)
    nooo you can't cancel it, 3-x isn't the same as x-3 that's like saying 3-5 is the same as 5-3


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    What I did was factorised it to (3-x)/(3-x)(-3x-4) then cancelled out to get 1/-3x-4
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    I got 30.1 to 1dp because the whole angle was 60.1 but x was not incliding the 30 so it was 60.1 minus 30
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    Guys what was the answer for the mean question I think I had 7. Something?


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    (Original post by paynay)
    me too
    I rounded it up to 0.30 and -2.30. If I am right the question stated to 1 decimal place?
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    Multiplying algebraic expressions - 30abc
    Is this one definitely right? Because my friend seems to think that it's wrong :/
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    what is the answer to the sector question?

    I got 5.2 :/
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    What was the pentagon answer?
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    The exact Answer for the trial and improvement was 3.7504 which is obviously closer to 3.8 then 3.7 so the answer is 3.8
    X= 3.8
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    Wasn't the last question like 1/2 * 7 * 8 Sin(X) = 18


    56Sin(x) = 36

    Sin^-1(36/56) = X

    x = 40



    ???

    I think I did it wrong then.
    What you've done is correct but this is only part of the method as this gives a different angle to the one it asked, so there was more working
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    (Original post by Madeleine_S)
    Multiplying algebraic expressions - 30abc
    Is this one definitely right? Because my friend seems to think that it's wrong :/
    Yes that's right I got that to.
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    (Original post by hannah2578)
    thats what i thought but everyone has seemed to put the other one
    If you do it correctly it works

    eg. 6 - 4 is the same as -4 + 6
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    Omfg I've never done this well before
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    (Original post by Briony231222)
    What did people get for the parallel line question?
    144 degrees??
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    whoever created this needs to hurry up, and also question 25 is 80.1, period
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    for steam and leaf can i write 45%
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    I got like 45 for the last one kinda annoyed now cause i messed up the non-calc. guess im most likely gonna fail maths.
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    did the probability question on the stem and leaf have to be a decimal?
    could it have been a fraction?
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    (Original post by CaSweeney)
    Sorry but it's wrong, the answer was 3.7
    3.8 is correct

    3.7 = Small
    3.75 = Small
    3.8 = Big

    Always the odd one out, regardless how close it is technically.
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    That paper was amazing, had a good 1 hr sleep too!!
 
 
 
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