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# Core 1 Edexcel Watch

1. In that question I think the gradient of the lines was 17/2 and I got k to be 44/8
2. This is unacceptable. We shall riot. #****Edexcel

On another note, what are everyone's thoughts on C2 and M1/S1.

.. I thought C1 was supposed to be easy
3. (Original post by somebodyelse98)
For the area of the quadrilateral did people get 54 1/3 ???
I am pretty sure the area was 163/3, which is the same as 54 and 1/3
4. (Original post by Reda2)
that makes me happy!
Lol that's good, but hopefully it better be 17/2 or ill go ballistic!
5. If the C2 and M1 paper is too hard (like this one) i am going to answer what i can and then draw dank memes :L cba to do this ****
6. Did anyone else get something like 163/3 for the area of the quadrilateral??
7. From not answering questions fully I reckon I lost 4/5 marks. The rest of the questions I got the same answers as my year and I'm fairly certain they were right. Unless I somehow lost 7 marks I'm hoping for the A bracket
8. What did everyone get for the simultaneous Equation?
so many improper fractions, thought I was going wrong, never have I done a paper with fractions like this.
Same I thought I'm going mental as I keep getting fractions omg just glad I'm not the only one.
10. (Original post by Michaelj99)
Yeh I got 17/2 somewhere, I got it as a gradient and then got it as another answer in that question
Mine literally I got all fractions, I dunno if I got 17/2 the second time but I know I written it as gradient
11. There goes a chance of an A grade, unless C2 is the complete opposite to this...
12. wasnt the age 28 as the gifts started on his 10th birthday and as n=18 so 10+18=28 years
13. Lowest raw mark out of 75 for an A?
And what would that be for UMS
14. (Original post by mbh16)
What did everyone get for the simultaneous Equation?
x = 1/3 y= -1/3 I can't remember what I written for second...
15. Wasn't his age 64.25?
16. that x coordinate of 44/3 was an absolute mare
17. (Original post by tkhanna)
wasnt the age 28 as the gifts started on his 10th birthday and as n=18 so 10+18=28 years
That's what I got but everyone else is saying 27 (17 years) and none of my Sn or Un formulas worked so...
18. (Original post by tkhanna)
wasnt the age 28 as the gifts started on his 10th birthday and as n=18 so 10+18=28 years
n=18
so from 10 to 27 there is 18 [Inclusive].
19. (Original post by kk5)
Mine literally I got all fractions, I dunno if I got 17/2 the second time but I know I written it as gradient
Hmm im not sure how I got 17/2 again i remember putting y=17/2 again but dunno lool I got a lot of fractions too. I found it a bit better than last year since I realised dumb mistakes I was making
20. (Original post by abbey1)
Did anyone else get something like 163/3 for the area of the quadrilateral??
i managed to get 169/3 i may be wrong.both answers are similar so i think i may of done some calc mistake.

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