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    (Original post by anonymous2410)
    what did you get for question 6 part b? where you were given the x coordinate (-1) an you had to find the equation?
    I got 3root 10 so k=3
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    whats peoples predictions for this papers grade boundaries??
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    (Original post by RebeccaButterfly)
    I got 3root 10 so k=3
    no that was question 8 and i got k=3 as well. i am talking about question 6
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    For the integration question, I believe it was question 10. What did everyone get for C?
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    (Original post by RebeccaButterfly)
    Yeah I got that
    could i of used completing the square, i got 5 root 3 or 2

    i did use the quadratic to check my answer after which was correct but i thought since it was negative and the question was >0 that there was only one root ?
    meaning the negative is just nothing?
    or am i wrong?
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    Did anyone do 10B??????
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    (Original post by C1998)
    For the integration question, I believe it was question 10. What did everyone get for C?
    c=2

    Did anyone else find that k=11 in two different questions?
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    (Original post by C1998)
    For the integration question, I believe it was question 10. What did everyone get for C?
    2 i believe, the question with co ordinates (4,9)
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    (Original post by ColeNate)
    c=2

    Did anyone else find that k=11 in two different questions?
    Yes!
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    what the hell i got something like c=-16
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    (Original post by BaranSR)
    what the hell i got something like c=-16
    I got this the first time, but went back at changed it. I think what you must have done is written -8 instead of +8 by accident, which gave 16, rather than 2. Don't worry, I expect it'll only be 1 mark :-)
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    (Original post by BaranSR)
    what the hell i got something like c=-16
    yeah some people got c=18 or -18,
    i think the correct answer was 2, you must of integrated wrong
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    (Original post by Jordan97)
    For the inequalities question did you get p<3-2root2 and p>3+2root2
    I got 3+4<7
    and 3-4>-1
    Or the other way round
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    (Original post by _thequeen)
    i got this the first time, but went back at changed it. I think what you must have done is written -8 instead of +8 by accident, which gave 16, rather than 2. Don't worry, i expect it'll only be 1 mark :-)
    1 mark could change my life.
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    (Original post by L&Q)
    I think this is wrong, did you do 12/2( 17k x 2 (11)1500) + 9(32k)??
    erm lots of people are saying different things for this so im not sure im right, but i did 12x32000 as they earnt the max for 12 years + 4(34000 +7x1500) gave me a number around 500000
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    I got £625000 too
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    (Original post by BaranSR)
    1 mark could change my life.
    That could be a bit dramatic Just make sure you check over all your answers carefully in C2, and by doing that you will probably pick up a mark, evening it all out.
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    (Original post by Angus1997)
    erm lots of people are saying different things for this so im not sure im right, but i did 12x32000 as they earnt the max for 12 years + 4(34000 +7x1500) gave me a number around 800,000.
    I did 9x32000 because if you think logically:
    17000
    18500
    20000
    21500
    23000
    24500
    26000
    28500
    29000
    30500
    32000 Which is 11 years
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    She reached her maximum salary of £32,000 in year 11. She works for 20 years.

    I did:

    [Sum to 11 of the arithmetic series] + 9 x £32,000 which gave around £575,000
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    fml
    that was HARD FAM
    omg(((((
 
 
 
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