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    (Original post by OnTheHorizon)
    Not really,There IS no need to do it.There are only a couple of formulas.If you can't even memorise them then what're you even doing at the advanced level.
    Yeah fair enough but in real life scenarios you have lots of resources to use, i get your point though, you dont even need to do it cause these exams are pretty damn simple
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
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    Did you do EdexceI C2 today? How did you find it?
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    Did you do EdexceI C2 today? How did you find it?
    Yep. I thought it was hard but alright overall. I couldn't finish off some of the questions properly so lost the marks in that. E.g. I didn't manage to find the values for a, b, or k. If I had more time, I would've done a lot better. Was better than C1 in my opinion.
    What about you? Did you think it was alright?
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    Yep. I thought it was hard but alright overall. I couldn't finish off some of the questions properly so lost the marks in that. E.g. I didn't manage to find the values for a, b, or k. If I had more time, I would've done a lot better. Was better than C1 in my opinion.
    What about you? Did you think it was alright?
    I found it extemeIy hard, but my caIcuIator took care of it



    72+ for sure
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    I found it extemeIy hard, but my caIcuIator took care of it



    72+ for sure
    You make it hard for me to not dislike you.
    What would you store in your calculator anyway for C2?
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    You make it hard for me to not dislike you.
    What would you store in your calculator anyway for C2?
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    (Original post by Naruke)
    Hahahaaha. I Iove you too, baby!

    I didn't store much, but my caIcuIator has a graphing mode now that helped me a ton! For example, that integration question was reaIIy HARD, but I sketched it on my caIc and it toId me it intersected the x-axis at 9. So, I got Iucky there! I aIso utilised the graphing mode with both of the trig equations

    For the BinomiaI Expansion question, it was just a case of pIugging in vaIues to the program which I put onto my caIc Iast night

    That was a question I couldn't finish either.
    I tried so hard to find out where it crossed the x-axis and just. could. not. do. it.
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    I don't care much if others are cheating. Piece of advice tho, if you're making an announcement of it on a student forum you're a bit stupid aren't you? What if the examiners (via TSR) track you down? You've already mentioned "Graham".

    Be careful duh.
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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)

    That was a question I couldn't finish either.
    I tried so hard to find out where it crossed the x-axis and just. could. not. do. it.
     3x - x^\frac{3}{2} = 0
     x[3-x^\frac{1}{2}] = 0 think indices Iaws
     x = 0 or  x^\frac{1}{2} = 3
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    (Original post by High Stakes)
    I don't care much if others are cheating. Piece of advice tho, if you're making an announcement of it on a student forum you're a bit stupid aren't you? What if the examiners (via TSR) track you down? You've already mentioned "Graham".

    Be careful duh.
    Nahhhh you don't say -_-

    Thanks tho bae
 
 
 
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