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1. (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)
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2. HARD MODULUS 1.pdf (621.2 KB, 131 views)
3. HARD MODULUS 2.pdf (445.8 KB, 118 views)
4. (Original post by TeeEm)
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I appreciate your help! These will be very useful to me, thank you
5. (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!
sure
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6. (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?
7. (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
8. (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?
9. (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
10. (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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12. (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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13. (Original post by physicsmaths)
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?
14. (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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15. (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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complete solution, properly communicated, without fudges
16. (Original post by TeeEm)
complete solution, properly communicated, without fudges
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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17. (Original post by physicsmaths)
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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18. (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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19. (Original post by physicsmaths)
So sorry. Didnt see that part 👀. Thank you, have a nice night 😅.

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good luck tomorrow
20. (Original post by TeeEm)
good luck tomorrow
Thanks!

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21. (Original post by cooldudeman)
Got 90+% in my multivariable and vector analysis thanks to you.

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shame I cannot do pure...
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22. (Original post by TeeEm)
shame I cannot do pure...
Exams are over Dr.

23. (Original post by |-Solutions-|)
Exams are over Dr.
I am !

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