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    (Original post by habzi)
    anyone got the paper?
    Yeah I do. Not sure how I can send it though?


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    (Original post by TomFitness)
    It will technically be at least an A as 60/75 is 80% (and we can assume grades will definitely not be scaled down) but it's pretty **** that getting an A* now is going to be very hard. Even looking at past papers any of them would never require you to form an equation like qu6. I'm just ranting now������


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    They flipping better scale the marks up and grade boundaries down cause it was so difficult from 6-8! Think I got 1-5 all right but lost a lot of marks on the back page I fear bricking it for C4 now!!!!!😭😭😭😭😭
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    (Original post by Sparklez10)
    They flipping better scale the marks up and grade boundaries down cause it was so difficult from 6-8! Think I got 1-5 all right but lost a lot of marks on the back page I fear bricking it for C4 now!!!!!😭😭😭😭😭
    How did u do question 4? I know I've got 4/5 marks but I've messed up somewhere as I kept getting 0


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    (Original post by TomFitness)
    How did u do question 4? I know I've got 4/5 marks but I've messed up somewhere as I kept getting 0


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    yeah I did at first too but the reason is because some of the area is under the curve and thus will give you a negative number The answer is 8 as the area between pi and o for one of the curves is 2. All the areas are the same so you do 4 (as there was 4 parts of the curve essentially) 4x2 gives you an area of 8!
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    (Original post by Sparklez10)
    yeah I did at first too but the reason is because some of the area is under the curve and thus will give you a negative number The answer is 8 as the area between pi and o for one of the curves is 2. All the areas are the same so you do 4 (as there was 4 parts of the curve essentially) 4x2 gives you an area of 8!
    Yeah damn I hope I get some marks as my method was correct. I'd also like to see people method for 8(b) if anyone got it correct


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    (Original post by TomFitness)
    Yeah damn I hope I get some marks as my method was correct. I'd also like to see people method for 8(b) if anyone got it correct


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    yeah you will for sure don't worry!! Was 8b the last one the integration one?
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    (Original post by Sparklez10)
    yeah you will for sure don't worry!! Was 8b the last one the integration one?
    Yeah I'm pretty certain I got 61-62 overall. Does anyone know how much marks will be scaled up?


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    (Original post by TomFitness)
    Yeah I'm pretty certain I got 61-62 overall. Does anyone know how much marks will be scaled up?


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    You take out a factor of 4/3! Then integrate 1/1-sin^2 which you change to 1/cos^2 and intgrate cos^2! I'm not sure how much they will scale them but hoping it will be big step up from previous years due to the difficulty
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    (Original post by Sparklez10)
    You take out a factor of 4/3! Then integrate 1/1-sin^2 which you change to 1/cos^2 and intgrate cos^2! I'm not sure how much they will scale them but hoping it will be big step up from previous years due to the difficulty
    aye that is what i did as well.
    For question 7, do you think it was enough to make logical statments for why it was always positive ie in 7.i, X^2 is > X where X^2 is always gives a positive value thus result is always positive?

    EDIT: if not then sayanora A* 'casue thats 7 marks down the *****er already( plus i messed up the newton-raphson bullcrap up but i think everything else is okay)
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    Yeah I do. Not sure how I can send it though?


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    (Original post by Mr.bob)
    aye that is what i did as well.
    For question 7, do you think it was enough to make logical statments for why it was always positive ie in 7.i, X^2 is > X where X^2 is always gives a positive value thus result is always positive?

    EDIT: if not then sayanora A* 'casue thats 7 marks down the *****er already( plus i messed up the newton-raphson bullcrap up but i think everything else is okay)

    See the thing is for question 7, it makes sense to all of us but i don't think thats what the examiners will be looking for, I did the same as you
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    (Original post by Mr.bob)
    aye that is what i did as well.
    For question 7, do you think it was enough to make logical statments for why it was always positive ie in 7.i, X^2 is > X where X^2 is always gives a positive value thus result is always positive?

    EDIT: if not then sayanora A* 'casue thats 7 marks down the *****er already( plus i messed up the newton-raphson bullcrap up but i think everything else is okay)
    I didn't get 7 but I would say that will get some marks if not all yeah!!
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    (Original post by Assassin2015)
    See the thing is for question 7, it makes sense to all of us but i don't think thats what the examiners will be looking for, I did the same as you
    hmm, question 7(i) was worth 4 marks which is alot just for completing the square and a statement so hopefully they will credit our way as well. I mean they cant argue with the facts.
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    Take a picture with your phone and attach the picture and post it in
    Please !! Really wanna go over the paper again
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    For partial fractions question i got the wrong remainder (x^2 instead of x^2 -1) and therefore the rest of the question i did wrong. (A/x and b/x^2) resulting in simultaneous equations. Would i be able to get any marks out of 10 for follow through?
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    What were the marks for the last few questıons? It got cut off

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    (Original post by Itsmeey)
    What were the marks for the last few questıons? It got cut off
    I binned my paper but afaik
    7i was 4
    7ii was 7
    8(a)I was 3
    ii was 6
    And the last part was 5


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    (Original post by Itsmeey)
    What were the marks for the last few questıons? It got cut off
    6. 6 marks
    7i. 4 marks
    ii. 7 marks
    8ai. 3 marks
    ii. 6 marks
    8b. 5 marks
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    Well after looking at this again, I know I've done badly now. What was the boundary for an A* last year? Whats the lowest its ever been for an A* as well. This paper was definitely harder than any other c3 paper I've ever done
 
 
 
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