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    (Original post by nayilgervinho)
    Thanks, can you also help me with june 2014 9a I can;t do it.

    https://3a14597dd5c7aa2363f067571766...%20Edexcel.pdf
    (x^2+1)^(-n)= (x)'(x^2+1)^(-n) ....oh that's too long,I'm sorry. You can see the mark scheme(perhaps you did it, but I really don't have time)
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    (Original post by Abel Demoz)
    Can someone show me how to do part a and explain it to me

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    Which question?
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    (x^2+1)^(-n)= (x)'(x^2+1)^(-n) ....oh that's too long,I'm sorry. You can see the mark scheme(perhaps you did it, but I really don't have time)
    I got it now, thanks anyway.
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    Predictions for an A tomorrow.
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    (Original post by nayilgervinho)
    Predictions for an A tomorrow.
    Cant predict wothout sitting it first.


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    (Original post by nayilgervinho)
    Predictions for an A tomorrow.
    There will be
    a question on Matrices
    a question on vectors
    a question on hyperbolics
    a question on the conic sections (maybe a hyperbola, maybe an ellipse)
    a question on a reduction formula
    a question on arclength or perhaps on a surface of revolution instead.

    Now if you do all these questions correctly you will get an A
    (no need to bother with the 7th question)
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    There will be
    a question on Matrices
    a question on vectors
    a question on hyperbolics
    a question on the conic sections (maybe a hyperbola, maybe an ellipse)
    a question on a reduction formula
    a question on arclength or perhaps on a surface of revolution instead.

    Now if you do all these questions correctly you will get an A
    (no need to bother with the 7th question)
    What if there are 9 questions?


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    What if there are 9 questions?


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    I predict that it will not be a "9 questions" paper...
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    (Original post by bwr19)
    My teacher who marks some of the papers says if there's a really long proof and he sees the right answer at the end, he'll generally just give all the marks. lol.

    68/75 or 68 UMS?
    Latter. Wouldnt resit with 68/75 lol.
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    Latter. Wouldnt resit with 68/75 lol.
    That wudve been like 99ums lol


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    That wudve been like 99ums lol


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    I've just got up. Wbu?
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    Just going sleep ha. How u feeling for fp3? If we get an normal vecotrs hen ill kill it. If not will have to see. Only learnt half the module yesterday haha!


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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I predict that it will not be a "9 questions" paper...
    I hope you are right!
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    (Original post by mmms95)
    i hope vectors is hard, and the reduction is easy if i don't get the reduction in one go, im gonna skip it so i don't panic
    Yeah, if I don't, I'm going to go to it at the end so I don't lose time for the other questions worrying about it.
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    Good Luck everyone!
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    Thanks and to you aswell hope everyone does good luck to all
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    Best of luck! I can almost taste the freedom now.
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    the?

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    42?
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    How's the paper and how's the feeling about conics?


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