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    I have no idea what just happened.

    That was the single most horrific exam I've sat in my entire life.
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    (Original post by AlistairMcDonald)
    I have no idea what just happened.

    That was the single most horrific exam I've sat in my entire life.
    I got really strange answers....I think most of my answers are probably wrong..
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    Well good bye my firm offer😂
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    Goodbye to my firm uni
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    Decent paper imo, no DE which I think people usually mess up some might be highish grade boundaries


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    ****!
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    forgot to quote
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    The last question was a differential equation?
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    (Original post by drandy76)
    Decent paper imo, no DE which I think people usually mess up some might be highish grade boundaries


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    The last question was DE?
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    Yep, my trig is dodgy at best so that paper destroyed me!
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    1/144 e^2 for last question??? (0,0) (1,0), (2,0) stationary points?? My answers for definite intergrals didnt match with calculator, which I believe are wrong
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    Probably the hardest C4 paper yet imo but I think I managed it. The parametric question (which turns out to not even really need to be a parametric!) and the last question were a bit fiddly though.
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    (Original post by tangotangopapa2)
    1/144 e^2 for last question??? (0,0) (1,0), (2,0) stationary points?? My answers for definite intergrals didnt match with calculator, which I believe are wrong

    Weren't those x axis crossing points not stationary points?
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    that was disgusting
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    (Original post by tangotangopapa2)
    1/144 e^2 for last question??? (0,0) (1,0), (2,0) stationary points?? My answers for definite intergrals didnt match with calculator, which I believe are wrong
    I got e^ln(e^2/144) but they're equivalents right?
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    (Original post by anonymous_veg)
    Weren't those x axis crossing points not stationary points?
    stationary points are ((3+-3)/root3, (+- 4root3)/9)
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    (Original post by tangotangopapa2)
    1/144 e^2 for last question??? (0,0) (1,0), (2,0) stationary points?? My answers for definite intergrals didnt match with calculator, which I believe are wrong
    I got answers those too which is reassuring. Hard paper.
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    unofficial markscheme anyone??
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    I'm reporting this paper to the police for rape and harassment!
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    (Original post by anonymous_veg)
    Weren't those x axis crossing points not stationary points?
    Yes they were. I am outof my mind
 
 
 
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