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    Can you guys help me with a Q?

    It's practice paper A2 for C4

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    I'm stuck on d) :P

    I got this:
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    The answer is this:
    H=A^2/4
    H=0.25

    Can anyone explain? :P
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    (Original post by 123456789012)
    I personally find vectors to be okay. I don't find it too difficult or too easy. How's your prep going for C4 anyways?

    Also, try question 6D from AQA Maths June 2013 C4. It's one of those 'difficult' vectors questions. :P
    Thanks for the question! I'll try it out now

    If you have anymore of the harder ones please let me know xD
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    (Original post by Yua)
    i can usually do most of them but the last part of the question i usually drop half of the marks, its 2 or 3 most of the time but still
    Yeah that sometimes catches me out! Just draw a diagram and that usually helps!
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Can you guys help me with a Q?

    It's practice paper A2 for C4

    This is the question Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1432491016.269083.jpg
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    I'm stuck on d) :P

    I got this:
    Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1432491088.974389.jpg
Views: 319
Size:  148.7 KB

    The answer is this:
    H=A^2/4
    H=0.25

    Can anyone explain? :P
    What's is the time found in part c? Half that time and plug it back into the formulae for h.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    What's is the time found in part c? Half that time and plug it back into the formulae for h.


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    Tried that already

    Answer for part c) was
    1/(1/5 - (root1/2)/5)

    When plugged in formula for h I got something like 56.7 and so on

    Any other ideas?
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Tried that already

    Answer for part c) was
    1/(1/5 - (root1/2)/5)

    When plugged in formula for h I got something like 56.7 and so on

    Any other ideas?
    Ill do the question from start later on.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Ill do the question from start later on.


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    Alright cheers

    Idk maybe the mark scheme is wrong?

    Or I'm missing something obvious

    Some of the questions are worded weird so maybe it's something like that?

    Idk
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    Correct me if im wrong but heres my working out
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    help on the last part please
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    (Original post by riz105)
    Correct me if im wrong but heres my working out
    You got the answer but I don't think that's how you work it out xD

    Idk what you did but the answer wasn't rounded to 0.25, it was 0.25 exactly.
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    (Original post by riz105)
    Correct me if im wrong but heres my working out
    Oh and you got b) wrong at the end

    root(pi)(r^2) doesn't cancel with (pi)(r^2)

    It instead becomes a new expression of k.
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    I've finished all the past papers, what shall I do next?

    Solomon, Elmwood, or Delphis papers? Which one is the best series/most helpful?

    Many thanks!
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    Im pretty sure it doesnt matter how you work it out, as long as you get the right answer at the end
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Oh and you got b) wrong at the end

    root(pi)(r^2) doesn't cancel with (pi)(r^2)

    It instead becomes a new expression of k.
    For b) if you rearrange for h, then you could put it in the form of (A-Bt)^2

    And loool thanks

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    (Original post by Medboy100)
    I've finished all the past papers, what shall I do next?

    Solomon, Elmwood, or Delphis papers? Which one is the best series/most helpful?

    Many thanks!
    Go for a nandos with the aqa lads.
    Na joking best bet is maybe solomon.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Go for a nandos with the aqa lads.
    Na joking best bet is maybe solomon.


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    Good ol' cheeky Nandos!

    Haha, thanks. Have you tried the elmwood/delphis papers? Not sure if they are worth doing
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    (Original post by Medboy100)
    Good ol' cheeky Nandos!

    Haha, thanks. Have you tried the elmwood/delphis papers? Not sure if they are worth doing
    I have looked at them and solomons ar eharder id say tbh solomons arent as useful as they were in C1/2 where they were really good. But if you have done all the papers (kudos as ive only done like 3 lol I dont plan on doin any more) go for solomon and do the IGYB papers.


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    (Original post by Tow)
    Can you guys help me with a Q?

    It's practice paper A2 for C4

    This is the question Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1432491016.269083.jpg
Views: 326
Size:  164.8 KB

    I'm stuck on d) :P

    I got this:
    Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1432491088.974389.jpg
Views: 319
Size:  148.7 KB

    The answer is this:
    H=A^2/4
    H=0.25

    Can anyone explain? :P
    Any solutions for this yet??
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    (Original post by Tow)
    Any solutions for this yet??
    Og damn i forgot. Quote me later on and ill do it, just doing a past paper rn.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Og damn i forgot. Quote me later on and ill do it, just doing a past paper rn.


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    Alright
 
 
 
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