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    Guys, since the c3 exam was so tough I'm only expecting the same for c4..however, the edexcel papers are far too easy....do u guys know where i can find more challenging papers? thanks
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    (Original post by Shakz)
    Guys, since the c3 exam was so tough I'm only expecting the same for c4..however, the edexcel papers are far too easy....do u guys know where i can find more challenging papers? thanks
    http://madasmaths.com/archive_iygb_p...ce_papers.html
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    Anyone got a link to a load of connected rates of change shiz?
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    (Original post by theoeht)
    How did you find it?
    It was alright A bit more challenging than an 'average' C3 paper but nothing impossible.
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    Does anyone have a table with grade boundaries for each year? It will be useful to know which papers were considered the most challenging and most straight forward. Thanks
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    (Original post by Emmi12345)
    It was alright A bit more challenging than an 'average' C3 paper but nothing impossible.
    I agree, though I don't see what all the fuss is about, it wasn't hard
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    (Original post by raff97)
    Does anyone have a table with grade boundaries for each year? It will be useful to know which papers were considered the most challenging and most straight forward. Thanks
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    Okay my prediction for the C4 exam is that it will either be piss easy or it will pure rape. Unfortunately though bigger odds are that it will be the latter.
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    thanks a lot
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    (Original post by Jemy)
    Okay my prediction for the C4 exam is that it will either be piss easy or it will pure rape. Unfortunately though bigger odds are that it will be the latter.
    I have to ask, when you say 'pure rape', what's your definition of 'impure rape'?
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    part d, I used intergration by parts and its wrong someone help
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    (Original post by NikolaT)
    I have to ask, when you say 'pure rape', what's your definition of 'impure rape'?
    without a condom. e.g. In Edexcel terms - C4 without a calculator
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    (Original post by studentwiz)

    part d, I used intergration by parts and its wrong someone help
    Maybe differentiate sin^3 and see what it gives, might be an inspection one
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    Would someone recommend the hardest c4 paper, as I have done all the Solomon and elmwood. Thanks.
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    (Original post by JJBinn)
    Maybe differentiate sin^3 and see what it gives, might be an inspection one
    how did you see it, do you have and tips on intergrating
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    (Original post by studentwiz)
    how did you see it, do you have and tips on intergrating
    What paper is that from?
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    (Original post by studentwiz)
    how did you see it, do you have and tips on intergrating
    Hmmm just because I've seen a similar question before. So if I see sin and cos multiplied in the same integral I always check whether inspection is the way to go. There's a couple of others like that, that should be checked, such as 2x+1/x^2+x which would integrate to ln(x^2+x).
 
 
 
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