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    (Original post by Bendak)
    For question 3 in the 2014 paper, any specific strategy on approaching the sketches? I mean there's nothing wrong with part (i) but not really sure how to approach parts (ii) and (iii)
    from my "secret stash" of modulus
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    from my "secret stash" of modulus
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    I appreciate your help! These will be very useful to me, thank you
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    (Original post by Bendak)
    Do you mind posting your answers to Q4 of the 2014 paper? Sorry to be a bother but warwick don't have solutions up for that paper and the mark scheme is very unclear as to what they're doing!
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    sure
    thanks again! Just want to ask, in part (a), when you factor out the -1/2, why is it raised to the power of r? Isn't it just a matter of factoring out the -1/2 or is there something I'm not getting?
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    (Original post by Bendak)
    thanks again! Just want to ask, in part (a), when you factor out the -1/2, why is it raised to the power of r? Isn't it just a matter of factoring out the -1/2 or is there something I'm not getting?
    I factorised 1/2 from every single term
    (it is a standard way of manipulating, in order to create factorials
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I factorised 1/2 from every single term
    (it is a standard way of manipulating, in order to create factorials
    Ohh, i see. last question sorry, what do you do in the last step when going from sum from 1 to sum from 0 that makes the +1 disappear?
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    (Original post by Bendak)
    Ohh, i see. last question sorry, what do you do in the last step when going from sum from 1 to sum from 0 that makes the +1 disappear?
    I put the 1 inside the summation but now the summation starts from r=0
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I am a pain but I was looking for what your comments would be for the S+ marks as i listed before. I can't see them on the solution i think


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    if you are asking about S marks for this paper look at the second page
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    if you are asking about S marks for this paper look at the second page
    I meant what would the comment be about the r=0 case as they dont say. Would you just say the term is 1 for a and 0 in part c?
    Sorry for the constant bothering btw.

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    I meant what would the comment be about the r=0 case as they dont say. Would you just say the term is 1 for a and 0 in part c?
    Sorry for the constant bothering btw.

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    are you looking in AEA 2014 question 4?

    The question does not ask you to comment anywhere unless I have a bad copy.

    are you perhaps asking me if you have to justify how the 1 disappears?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    are you looking in AEA 2014 question 4?

    The question does not ask you to comment anywhere unless I have a bad copy.

    are you perhaps asking me if you have to justify how the 1 disappears?
    I am talking about the mark scheme. In the notes they award two S+ marks in parts a and c. So I am wondering what type of comment/dealing with the case would you think would get the mark.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I am talking about the mark scheme. In the notes they award two S+ marks in parts a and c. So I am wondering what type of comment/dealing with the case would you think would get the mark.


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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    complete solution, properly communicated, without fudges
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Size:  88.0 KB the notes top and bottom lines. What would you say about the r=0 case! So sorry but I feel you have misunderstood my question.


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Size:  88.0 KB the notes top and bottom lines. What would you say about the r=0 case! So sorry but I feel you have misunderstood my question.


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    At long last I understood

    in part a explaining how the 1 disappears into the summation ...
    in part c look at my solution pointing at 1/3 claiming that this comes from r=0

    if we were to go by the marking scheme I should only get the second one ...
    If we go by the general quality of the solution I should get both marks...

    Hope this meets with your requirements
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    At long last I understood

    in part a explaining how the 1 disappears into the summation ...
    in part c look at my solution pointing at 1/3 claiming that this comes from r=0

    if we were to go by the marking scheme I should only get the second one ...
    If we go by the general quality of the solution I should get both marks...

    Hope this meets with your requirements
    So sorry. Didnt see that part 👀. Thank you, have a nice night 😅.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    So sorry. Didnt see that part 👀. Thank you, have a nice night 😅.


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    good luck tomorrow
    Thanks!


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    Got 90+% in my multivariable and vector analysis thanks to you.

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    extremely pleased for you ...
    shame I cannot do pure...
    Exams are over Dr.

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    Exams are over Dr.
    I am !

    I am only working 50 hours a week now instead of 110!
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