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    (Original post by shyamr93)
    222?


    i got 222 too!
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    (Original post by ryanboi)
    Apparently the answer to the stretch question is x-direction s.f 1/root 10.
    I got this )))) apparently doesnt mean it is right though :/
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    For putting stretch in Y direction scale factor root 10, what do you think I'll get out of 4? So annoyed with myself for not putting stretch in X 1/root 10...
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    What will 90UMS be in raw marks do you think guys?

    I got
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    What do you think 60 raw marks will be in UMS?
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    (Original post by Taylor_R)
    What will 90UMS be in raw marks do you think guys?

    I got
    Well, if last June is anything to go by then about 61/75, however, in my opinion this paper was A LOT harder.
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    (Original post by nathano14)
    Did anyone find the shaded area in the arc sector question? What I done was split the whole thing in half so that you get two right angled triangles, and then I worked out the area of that. Then I worked out the arc area, and took that away from the overall area.
    Yh i did that, but i did something weird with the sector area... i got 689 something... i did r^2/2pi/3... i gues i got that wrong but do i get atleast get 2-3 marks for working? D:
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    (Original post by mattmattmatt)
    Well, if last June is anything to go by then about 61/75, however, in my opinion this paper was A LOT harder.
    Hoping your right....yeah i did the june one as a past paper, lost 8 marks but got 98UMS on it i think!!....if these are the boundaries even tho ive probs lost 10 i could still be in the 90's !!! heres me praying
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    Found that incredibly hard, really hoping they lower the grade boundaries.
    everyone here found it hard too..
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    If I got tanx to be equal to be -1 and 3 in part a), and then in part b) solved them and done the entire method right and got the right answer for when tanx=-1 and tanx=3, do you think they'll mark all of question b) right, as like an error carried forward kind of thing?
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    The last question was surprisingly hard, the rest wasn't too bad although everyone else at my school found the later questions difficult. I expect grade boundaries to be low.

    Here are some answers to questions I can remember and have short answers (not prove questions). Questions might not be in the correct order. Links go to Wolfram Alpha pages.
    Arithmetic Series (1?)
    (a) 9 (b) 914 (c) 357 980
    Triangle (2?)
    (a) 157.5 cm^2 (b) 12/13 (c) 12.5 cm
    Integration (3?)
    integral = 41.95
    Geometric series (4?)
    terms are 12 and 3
    (ratio = 1/4 was this asked?)
    sum to infinity = 16
    sum from 4 to infinity = 1/4
    Shaded area (5?)
    (a) 12pi m (b) pi/3 (c) 222 m^2
    Function/ second derivative (6?)
    13.5 -> minimum
    y=x^3+(4/x)-11x+13
    Exponential function(7?)
    y=4, x=0.712
    Trigonometry(8?)
    -1, +SQRT(3), -SQRT(3)
    60,120,135
    Logs (9)
    Integral ≈ 0.117
    Translation:
    (0)
    (1)
    Stretch by 1/(SQRT(10)) in x direction
    log(1000/729)
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    I think someone should ake a poll question for how hard u found the paper...then we can see our percentage chance of low grade boundaries hehe....hopeggull 90% + find it hard!! (i dont know how to make poll questions)
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    Hoping to get a high mark in Decision to balance this mess, but then again I thought Core 2 was easy and they spat out this monstrosity of a paper!
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    Anyone in loreto is dead gayyyyyyyyyyyyy
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    (Original post by onimusha370)
    For putting stretch in Y direction scale factor root 10, what do you think I'll get out of 4? So annoyed with myself for not putting stretch in X 1/root 10...
    3/4 I'd say! I think remembering to square root was the trickiest part.
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    **** this man im revising physics, by the way i cheated
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    (Original post by Kev.1995)
    Hoping to get a high mark in Decision to balance this mess, but then again I thought Core 2 was easy and they spat out this monstrosity of a paper!
    Same the past papers i done without difficulty of getting around 57-65's
    but this ahhhhhhhhh!!!
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    First few questions were pretty easy. 7/8/9 were horrible!

    Completely work out how to use quadratics to get the y co-ordinate for the 7^x curve intersection but I used the solver on my calculator to get y=4, doubt I'll get more then 1/2 marks on that.

    I got the shaded area as 222 (3 S.F).

    Trig identities (tan θ-1)(sin2 θ-3cos2 θ)
    (tan θ-1)(sin2 θ-3(1-sin2 θ))
    (tan θ-1)(4sin2 θ-3)
    tan θ=1 or +/-√3

    so the tan values between 0-180 were 60,135,120.

    Hopefully the grade boundaries will give a bit...
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    I got 2 for the last question :/
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    (Original post by Nebula)
    The last question was surprisingly hard, the rest wasn't too bad although everyone else at my school found the later questions difficult. I expect grade boundaries to be low.

    Here are some answers to questions I can remember and have short answers (not prove questions). Questions might not be in the correct order. Links go to Wolfram Alpha pages.
    Arithmetic Series (1?)
    (a) 9 (b) 914 (c) 357 980
    Triangle (2?)
    (a) 157.5 cm^2 (b) 12/13 (c) 12.5 cm
    Integration (3?)
    integral = 41.95
    Geometric series (4?)
    terms are 12 and 3
    (ratio = 1/4 was this asked?)
    sum to infinity = 16
    sum from 4 to infinity = 1/4
    Shaded area (5?)
    (a) 12pi m (b) pi/3 (c) 222 m^2
    Function/ second derivative (6?)
    13.5 -> minimum
    y=x^3+(4/x)-11x+13
    Exponential function(7?)
    y=4, x=0.712
    Trigonometry(8?)
    -1, +SQRT(3), -SQRT(3)
    60,120,135
    Logs (9)
    Translation:
    (0)
    (1)
    Stretch by 1/(SQRT(10)) in x direction
    log(1000/729)
    I got the same as this so if this is right then yey
 
 
 
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