Edexcel GCSE Mathematics A Higher Paper 2016 Unofficial Markscheme

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Four things that unis think matter more than league tables 08-12-2016
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    (Original post by gcseexamz)
    Thanks!!! What did u get on that one??
    I think I got (-3, -2)
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    (Original post by mrpaper)
    Wasn't the probability tree 0.8 x 0.95? Some people are saying 0.8 and 0.04?
    Can someone remind me what Q18 was?
    the answer is 0.04
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    Question 7, about the girl (Kirsty I think her name was) who wanted to paint varnish on her floor but didn't know if she had enough, was the answer that she didn't had enough? Because I worked it out to her having 50m^2 of floor to cover, which meant she needed 10 litres of varnish (I think?) as 1l covered 5m^2. But she only had 7.5l as she had three tins of 2.5l so she would have needed another tin to cover the floor. Was this correct?
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    (Original post by Nooooooooo)
    Would I get the marks if I factorised it? For the envelope question?
    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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    (Original post by Lewis__F)
    On the right side of the triangle not the actual base of the triangle though right?
    Yes it was the side most on the right( which was a nearly horizontal line) to the tangent (which was 69*)
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    (Original post by Chamathil)
    the answer is 0.04
    I'm pretty sure it is 0.76.
    It asked for the probability of it not raining and the match not being cancelled.
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    (Original post by #1Mathlete)
    Doubt you need to factorise it mark scheme will probs say 100-25TT oe (or equivalent)
    ok thanks, I hope so
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    Anyone know what grade they think 80/100 will be?
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    (Original post by AriellaM)
    Question 7, about the girl (Kirsty I think her name was) who wanted to paint varnish on her floor but didn't know if she had enough, was the answer that she didn't had enough? Because I worked it out to her having 50m^2 of floor to cover, which meant she needed 10 litres of varnish (I think?) as 1l covered 5m^2. But she only had 7.5l as she had three tins of 2.5l so she would have needed another tin to cover the floor. Was this correct?
    Yes. That is correct.
    But she was called Angie haha
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    (Original post by AriellaM)
    Question 7, about the girl (Kirsty I think her name was) who wanted to paint varnish on her floor but didn't know if she had enough, was the answer that she didn't had enough? Because I worked it out to her having 50m^2 of floor to cover, which meant she needed 10 litres of varnish (I think?) as 1l covered 5m^2. But she only had 7.5l as she had three tins of 2.5l so she would have needed another tin to cover the floor. Was this correct?
    yeah she needed 1 more tin of 2.5l
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    (Original post by Bethanywaltonsjp)
    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    It is the exact same thing though
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    (Original post by AriellaM)
    Question 7, about the girl (Kirsty I think her name was) who wanted to paint varnish on her floor but didn't know if she had enough, was the answer that she didn't had enough? Because I worked it out to her having 50m^2 of floor to cover, which meant she needed 10 litres of varnish (I think?) as 1l covered 5m^2. But she only had 7.5l as she had three tins of 2.5l so she would have needed another tin to cover the floor. Was this correct?
    Yes, in total she would need 4 tins, however you didn't need to state that.
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    (Original post by Aol1)
    Anyone know what grade they think 80/100 will be?
    High A or borderline A*
    Taking in account how easy the exam was I'd say Solid A however with the calculator exam you can push it up to an A* if u do it good
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    (Original post by mrpaper)
    Yeah, you had to do 1 - 4 = -3 and 2.5 - 4.5 = -2
    (-3, -2)
    yass i got that !!!
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    How many marks was the question of x^2=4(x-3)^2 Which the answer was x=2, x=6 ???
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    (Original post by Aol1)
    Anyone know what grade they think 80/100 will be?
    Last June was 79 for A* but in November it was 83, so you're high A if not A*
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    what would 53/100 be?
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    was the second part to question 12 a triangle with construction lines and for part a, was it a line down the middle?
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    (Original post by gcseexamz)
    Yes. That is correct.
    But she was called Angie haha
    Oh aha whoops I remember now, don't know where I got Kirsty from. But cool, thanks
 
 
 
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