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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    worse case 10
    best case 7

    it is the last question which causes uncertainty as I have no idea what method(s) would appear on the marking scheme.

    I think even -10 will be in the 90s, so why worry?
    Thank you - this has reassured me a bit. I tend to mark myself harshly. I deduct most of the marks when I get a question wrong, so I thought I'd lost more than 10.
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    For the vector equation, i think you can get -3 if you use other vectors like BC. Is that correct?
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    (Original post by jelo)
    For the vector equation, i think you can get -3 if you use other vectors like BC. Is that correct?
    I got -3 I think; it depends on the sign of your general perpendicular vector.
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    I got -3 I think; it depends on the sign of your general perpendicular vector.
    Yh if yr n in r.n is opposite to tee ems you should be ok.


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    (Original post by jelo)
    For the vector equation, i think you can get -3 if you use other vectors like BC. Is that correct?
    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    I got -3 I think; it depends on the sign of your general perpendicular vector.
    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yh if yr n in r.n is opposite to tee ems you should be ok.


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    it is fine
    (I scaled it so It look better)
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Lol edexcel don't even cover transformations in form f(ax+b) in core maths.


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    I'm sure they do?
    C1?
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    (Original post by rayquaza17)
    I'm sure they do?
    C1?
    Nope. They do f(x+b) f(ax) and bf(x) etc but not f(ax+b)


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Nope. They do f(x+b) f(ax) and bf(x) etc but not f(ax+b)


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    you are correct but I still put it in my practice papers.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    you are correct but I still put it in my practice papers.
    Could you explain the S marks in AEA? If i get everything right in AEA with the right implication signs etc would I get 100/100?


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    Could you explain the S marks in AEA? If i get everything right in AEA with the right implication signs etc would I get 100/100?


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    It appears from marking schemes that you are awarded this mark if you have completed the question using a sensible method.
    (think of it as a bonus mark)
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    It appears from marking schemes that you are awarded this mark if you have completed the question using a sensible method.
    (think of it as a bonus mark)
    I see. Guess I might lose a few since I do complicate things sometimes.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I see. Guess I might lose a few since I do complicate things sometimes.


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    I doubt it ... it tends to be given out generously
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I doubt it ... it tends to be given out generously
    I hope, want a high mark in this. I wonder if 100/100 gets an award or something.


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    I hope, want a high mark in this. I wonder if 100/100 gets an award or something.


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    people that do STEP think very lowly for AEA (from experience)
    I hope you are not for a surprise
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    people that do STEP think very lowly for AEA (from experience)
    I hope you are not for a surprise
    I won't be. I know AEA is challenging but I see it as lighter then STEP and think it is easier to be honest. I am doing papers and revising for it though.


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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    people that do STEP think very lowly for AEA (from experience)
    I hope you are not for a surprise
    Also for the area question in FP3, if they see cosh2t-sinh2t at the end of my answer with the answer 1. Will i get full marks?


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Also for the area question in FP3, if they see cosh2t-sinh2t at the end of my answer with the answer 1. Will i get full marks?


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    I am teaching now
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I am teaching now
    No problem


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    Also for the area question in FP3, if they see cosh2t-sinh2t at the end of my answer with the answer 1. Will i get full marks?


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    assuming you mean cosh2t-sinh2t, it is fine
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    assuming you mean cosh2t-sinh2t, it is fine
    Niceeeee, Yh my working made no sense before that due to time I simplified in my head and had 1/2(2cosh^2(t)-2sinh^2(t))=1


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