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    I forgot to put +c for the final answer but I had it in my previous steps (before simplifying). Do you think I will still lose the mark?
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    I answered the questions, scanned them, uploaded them.
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    Thanks so much!
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    (Original post by BenGeorge)
    I forgot to put +c for the final answer but I had it in my previous steps. Do you think I will still lose the mark?
    It depends on the state of your working. The official line on this is all the components have to be correctly written in a single expression. Now, if you had the +c on a line with everything integrated correctly, you might just get the accuracy mark. It's a close thing though.

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    for question 5 i graphed the inequality. But since i had originally thought the surd was larger, i graphed 3-2r2 as a negative value, but i got the final possible values correct. Would i lose a mark?
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    what grade would be 65-66%?? Low B or high C?
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    please vote and see how another 265 students have voted in
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3322317
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    (Original post by ericadonnelly)
    for question 5 i graphed the inequality. But since i had originally thought the surd was larger, i graphed 3-2r2 as a negative value, but i got the final possible values correct. Would i lose a mark?
    I don't think you would lose a mark for that. Whether you graphed it on the positive x side or the negative, the possible set of values still must be smaller than 3-2sqrt2.
    Some people don't even use the graph method, some just picture it in their head
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    What grade is 50/75 and how many UMS? I did so bad in that paper
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    (Original post by Arsey)
    I answered the questions, scanned them, uploaded them.
    Thanks u bro but how did u grt out of yhe exam hall? ;O
    R u even a student? :P

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    on the last question i did two attempts for part b but i left a page in between them will they look through the whole paper they wont miss any pages right? because i feel like they could miss that page
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    please vote and see how another 265 students have voted in
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3322317
    There is poll on the official c1 thread already
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    (Original post by BBeyond)
    Sick I got 71 min. 73 max. Made some of the most stupid mistakes ever but should still be decent UMS
    i think i made the most stupid mistake by totally forgetting to calculate x in the question "express in terms of y blah blah blah" XDD
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    (Original post by Freddy-Francis)
    There is poll on the official c1 thread already
    The poll on the official c1 thread got added recently More people have voted on the other one.
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    (Original post by particlestudent)
    I don't think you would lose a mark for that. Whether you graphed it on the positive x side or the negative, the possible set of values still must be smaller than 3-2sqrt2.
    Some people don't even use the graph method, some just picture it in their head
    great to hear!!
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    Would 65 be a certain a


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    (Original post by ericadonnelly)
    for question 5 i graphed the inequality. But since i had originally thought the surd was larger, i graphed 3-2r2 as a negative value, but i got the final possible values correct. Would i lose a mark?
    Same as me hahaha
    we had to write ineq seperately i wrote them together xzzzzz im such a moron i was thinking that i will write write seperate and i wrote them together. Omg wtf did i just do how many marks will i lose guys just 1 right? tho evrrything was correct. I just wrote them together :'(

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    (Original post by ericadonnelly)
    great to hear!!
    A tip for the future, if you ever need it. The y intercept for that line was +1 if you remember. So if it was on the negative side, there would be no way it could cut the y intercept on. If you get what I mean
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    (Original post by Mattematics)
    Any predictions for grade boundaries Arsey? I figured 59-61 for an A, sound reasonable?

    Also, question 5 a, I didn't start out with b^2 - 4ac < 0. I started with > 0. How many marks would I have lost? I ended up with the right answer, I think.
    Probably 1 mark
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    (Original post by usmanzubair)
    Same as me hahaha
    we had to write ineq seperately i wrote them together xzzzzz im such a moron i was thinking that i will write write seperate and i wrote them together. Omg wtf did i just do how many marks will i lose guys just 1 right? tho evrrything was correct. I just wrote them together :'(

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    Where does it say to write them separately:eek:
 
 
 
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