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1. [QUOTE=Physics Optimist;[url="tel:65813665"]65813665[/url]]
(Original post by LaurenLovesMaths;[url="tel:65812917")
65812917[/url]]That's what I did but I just got -1, and then through doing something weird I got -8i?! I don't know hahaha.

I'm hoping for 2 out of 5.
Same here, I think you'd get a fair few method marks for subbing w & w* into the equation because there was a lot of simplifying and multiplying out brackets there aha
2. [QUOTE=LaurenLovesMaths;65813997]
(Original post by Physics Optimist;[url="tel:65813665")
65813665[/url]]

Same here, I think you'd get a fair few method marks for subbing w & w* into the equation because there was a lot of simplifying and multiplying out brackets there aha
Too much simplifying for my liking 😄
3. (Original post by bheaton)
Is anyone else taking MS2B on Tuesday ?
I am too
4. (Original post by sam_97)
Did anyone get for the 6 mark matrices question?

We had to find the coordinates of the point which is mapped onto , after being transformed by and then reflected in the line . So, using the information from earlier question parts, this is how I arrived at my answer (sorry about the LaTex):

If we multiply the two matrices together, we get and .

By solving these equations simultaneously, we can then show that and .
I thought the question was "Find the coordinates of this point AFTER the stretch occurs then the reflection" not the other way round, other people seem to be confused on this too
5. (Original post by ollycostello)
I thought the question was "Find the coordinates of this point AFTER the stretch occurs then the reflection" not the other way round, other people seem to be confused on this too
No you had to find the coordinates of P before
6. (Original post by OturuDansay)
No you had to find the coordinates of P before
Oh well, likely get 2/6 method marks (sometimes up to 4/6 if very common mistake)
7. [QUOTE=Physics Optimist;[url="tel:65814145"]65814145[/url]]
(Original post by LaurenLovesMaths;[url="tel:65813997")
65813997[/url]]

Too much simplifying for my liking 😄
Same haha, so many 'i's and 'i2's everywhere haha
8. Anyone made an unofficial mark scheme?
9. (Original post by sam_97)
Did anyone get for the 6 mark matrices question?

We had to find the coordinates of the point which is mapped onto , after being transformed by and then reflected in the line . So, using the information from earlier question parts, this is how I arrived at my answer (sorry about the LaTex):

If we multiply the two matrices together, we get and .

By solving these equations simultaneously, we can then show that and .
Yeah man
10. Think I got [2(root3), 2]
11. (Original post by ollycostello)
I thought the question was "Find the coordinates of this point AFTER the stretch occurs then the reflection" not the other way round, other people seem to be confused on this too

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4168081

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4168081
13. (Original post by bheaton)
I got this aswell

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4168081
14. (Original post by callumbwg)
Yeah man
Nice one. I'm pretty sure that is the answer

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