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    (Original post by Lolwol)
    23) was 3-x/(x-3)(3x-4)
    No it wasn't 😂😂 3-X/(3-x)(-3x-4)=1/-3x-4=-1/3x+4
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    (Original post by Hennajj)
    480 because I multiplied the 2 by 240 and got 480. Glad I got this one right because I failed the rest of the paper...
    How is it 480? The ratio was 3:2 and the width remained 750. So 3/5 is 750 meaning 1/5 is 250. So 250*2 = 500 = height. Where have I gone wrong?
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    the car and bars questions were stupid
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    (Original post by yoyojames1234567)
    It was 10 u cant have .7 of a person
    you round it


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    I got 144 degrees for question 8. Is that wrong?
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    (Original post by alchima)
    my friends got the same answer. Was that a 5 mark question?
    yes!!!! Yeah it was 5. Oh yes baby! 5 to daddy
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    I can't even remember what I put for the last question tbh 😕
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    (Original post by ellamoon_22)
    I asked how did u get 3 pls
    Find the volume and then rearrange to find the mass then transform into kg and they divide.
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    (Original post by Barnewell)
    80.4
    or 80.1 we are having a school debate, you couldd say a maths debate
    I think 80.1/80.4 is right it all depends on whether if you took the whole number with decimals with your working out or you round it off to make it simple to do the maths. For my case i rounded it of for my working out. Therefore i ended up with an answer of 80.4
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    (Original post by cannonbolt16)
    For question 23, will you get 2 marks for 3-x/(x-3)(3x+4)?
    Fully simplified it becomes -1/3x+4 rigth?
    I got -(1/3x+4), which means it's -1/3-4, could be wrong though, not totally sure
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    (Original post by muchunknown)
    If you round before the final answer u get 80.4 if you are accurate and don't round and keep the sins in the equation you get 80.1
    did anyone else get 40.0, I used 1/2 a b sin(c). so sin-191/2X7X8 which comes to 40.0.
    ps.this is verity not anna :P<3
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    (Original post by danv)
    yeah thats what i got.
    I got that too. You can't simplify it any more than that.
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    (Original post by Lolwol)
    23) was 3-x/(x-3)(3x-4)
    yeah i put that put cancelled out the (x-3) and the top 3-x would that be wrong?
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    (Original post by Wolfram Alpha)
    How is it 480? The ratio was 3:2 and the width remained 750. So 3/5 is 750 meaning 1/5 is 250. So 250*2 = 500 = height. Where have I gone wrong?
    The width was 720
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    (Original post by BlizyBoy)
    wheres mr kibria? or whatever his name is
    That's a translation error so you'll only lose one mark.
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    (Original post by Ihateexams16)
    Did anyone get three for the amount of bars you can fit onto the shopping trolley question???
    Yepp
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    (Original post by Cen0015)
    yeah i put that put cancelled out the (x-3) and the top 3-x would that be wrong?
    yes you can't do that.
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    how the hell did i get 4 bars lmao
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    (Original post by danv)
    The width was 720
    I concur - thought the test was quite easy so grade boundaries might be 168/200 for a*?
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    (Original post by danv)
    The width was 720
    God damn it. That question was two marks right?
 
 
 
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