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    Counted what I thought I got whilst in the exam and I counted 68 and from this I thibk I definitely got 68/75. So annoyed as I started the first proof right and then crossed it out and did it wrong
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    (Original post by Yunique)
    :unimpressed::bawling::bawling::bawling::bawling::bawling:
    What did you get?
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    Would I lose a mark for not simplifying z^2 in question 4?
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    In describing the Geometric Transformation I said

    "Rotation anticlockwise by 135"
    Do you reckon I'll lose a mark for not saying about 0,0?

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    Any chance of getting the F1 IAL S16 solutions if its possible? Thanks a bunch anyways!
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    What did you get?
    58 :eyeball::facepalm:
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    (Original post by NotNotBatman)
    Would I lose a mark for not simplifying z^2 in question 4?
    possibly

    EDIT: just looked at the question again, says leave in the form a+ib
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    Everyone commenting top 60s and 70s and I think I've came in with a low blow in the 50s Really disheartened by it, I guess we all have a bad test though. I predict I will have a D/C which sucks, really thought I had this module down. Damn, I guess we all have a bad test though, will definitely resit it, congrats to all you geniuses getting these insane marks!
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    Why is the midpoint of AP (5p - 5/p + 5p) / 2?

    Why isn't it [5p - (-5/p +5p)] / 2 = 5/2p.

    Am I going mad again?


    EDIT: I know that using this method I get p = 0 so x would be undefined as shown. But I was still lost
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    70/75 if I got all the follow through marks for Q7... Arsey would I get the follow through marks? I used a=1 instead of -1... The question did say 'using this value for a'
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    Hello Arsey,

    For the sequence induction question, do I have to prove it's true for n=2 as well? Would I have lost a mark in not doing so?
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    (Original post by NoahMal)
    At least we tried out best right Mr D would be proud ?

    Now for everyone that feels they did bad here is the annual Hitler reacts video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1zXCvs_mFk
    Daddy Donny will be proud enough - at least we did a harder paper than Ivan and did better
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    really hoping to get 80 ums but think I'm only about to scrape it
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    (Original post by kelvin1338)
    Hello Arsey,

    For the sequence induction question, do I have to prove it's true for n=2 as well? Would I have lost a mark in not doing so?
    Just checked all the other past paper sequence/recurrence questions and they didn't deduct a mark for not doing n=2 too.. so I'd say no
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    (Original post by Arsey)
    Here are my solutions to the FP1 paper.

    Reasonable paper I thought, a few tricky bits
    Thank you !!!
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    (Original post by Pyslocke)
    Why is the midpoint of AP (5p - 5/p + 5p) / 2?

    Why isn't it [5p - (-5/p +5p)] / 2 = 5/2p.

    Am I going mad again?


    EDIT: I know that using this method I get p = 0 so x would be undefined as shown. But I was still lost
    Midpoint is always (a+b)/2 not (a-b)/2

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    Arsey Regarding Q7 - For the modulus and argument of z, it says to give both answers to 3s.f. I did the same as you, giving the exact modulus as sqrt5 rather than to 3sf. Do you think this will still get the mark?
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    For the geometric relationship, since it was 2 marks, do you guys think 1 mark for calculating the gradients, and 1 mark for answer saying parallel?
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    Hi, for question 7b. If I didn't find the correct value of A, how many marks could I get by doing the rest correctly but using a different A?
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    I think I lost 2 mark, one for self inverse, and one for the relationship between op and qr
 
 
 
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