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1. (Original post by SCAR H)
TeeEm what Q were you referring to i think i complicated it? A or B
I was thinking of b

why does it matter now?
in 18 days you will get your results!
2. (Original post by TeeEm)
I was thinking of b

why does it matter now?
in 18 days you will get your results!
I know i respect you (obviously) but i just want to know why i wouldn't get the M1. Your replied was a little vague. Could you expand
3. (Original post by SCAR H)
I know i respect you (obviously) but i just want to know why i wouldn't get the M1. Your replied was a little vague. Could you expand
this is open to interpretation
a marker has some flexibility.

I could not possibly give any marks for something which is conceptually wrong, even if the correct solution is followed. (luckily I do not mark)

You might get 1 mark.
4. 18 days to A level results

Question for Sunday 26/07/15
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5. Q27, Sunday 26-07-15, solution.pdf (189.0 KB, 73 views)
6. Q27, Sunday 26-07-15, EXTRA, solution.pdf (71.8 KB, 53 views)
7. Q27, Sunday 26-07-15.pdf (16.4 KB, 77 views)
8. Q27, Sunday 26-07-15, EXTRA.pdf (11.2 KB, 68 views)
9. The normal one was interesting! I got a third for my solution is that anywhere near
10. (Original post by Joshthemathmo)
The normal one was interesting! I got a third for my solution is that anywhere near
11. (Original post by TeeEm)
18 days to A level results

Question for Sunday 26/07/15
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Just a minor typo in the extra, the sign in front of the π^8 should be a minus
12. (Original post by Gome44)
Just a minor typo in the extra, the sign in front of the π^8 should be a minus
thank you I will correct it.

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17. Q28, Monday 27-07-15, EXTRA.pdf (14.9 KB, 68 views)
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23. (Original post by TeeEm)
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The second one is very very nice if you have to do what i think you have to.
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Does it involve modulus integral....?
Like where it is below and above etc

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24. (Original post by physicsmaths)
The second one is very very nice if you have to do what i think you have to.
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Does it involve modulus integral....?
Like where it is below and above etc

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solutions tomorrow...
today's problems are both easier than the usual questions

back to series and products soon
25. (Original post by TeeEm)
solutions tomorrow...
today's problems are both easier than the usual questions

back to series and products soon
Yh they look easy.

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26. (Original post by TeeEm)
16 days to A level results

Question for Tuesday 28/07/15
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Note square root of x^2 is mod x. I think you did x.
Ive done it a few times and i think your answer is wrong. Here is the solution.

Edit: just checked wolfram and gives me my answer aswell.
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27. (Original post by TeeEm)
solutions tomorrow...
today's problems are both easier than the usual questions

back to series and products soon
What do you reckon?

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28. (Original post by physicsmaths)
What do you reckon?

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sorry one of my classic typos?...
29. (Original post by TeeEm)
sorry one of my classic typos...
I doubt that is right aswell.

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30. (Original post by physicsmaths)
I doubt that is right aswell.

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I am not in my office at the moment

why don,t you wait until tonight?
31. (Original post by TeeEm)
I am not in my office at the moment

why don,t you wait until tonight?
Sure No problem.

Wolfram gives me the number of 1.81 or whatever which is equivalent to my answer in my solution above.
Would be nice if someone could check my answer to be sure its right.

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32. 1 - 2 sin (x/2) = 0 when x = pi/3, and is decreasing function (in range 0 < x/2 < pi/2) so > 0 for x < pi/3 and < 0 for x > pi/3.

So integral becomes

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