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# Standard Grade Maths ! Watch

1. (Original post by regalrose)
Also (n/2)x(n/2+1) for the second last one. The last one I got 2550 = 50x51
For the 50x51 question did you remember to take off 20 from your final answer since the question was "10+12+....+100" instead of "2+4+....+100"?
2. (Original post by kierandoran)
For the 50x51 question did you remember to take off 20 from your final answer since the question was "10+12+....+100" instead of "2+4+....+100"?
3. (Original post by kierandoran)
For the 50x51 question did you remember to take off 20 from your final answer since the question was "10+12+....+100" instead of "2+4+....+100"?
Well that puts a downer on my day
4. (Original post by mrsnicket)
Well that puts a downer on my day
5. (Original post by kierandoran)
For the 50x51 question did you remember to take off 20 from your final answer since the question was "10+12+....+100" instead of "2+4+....+100"?
Holy crap! I am staring at the paper now with disbelief. How could I not realise this!!!! Grr. Thanks anyway.
6. Where are you guys getting a copy of the paper? Is it online already?!
7. (Original post by regalrose)
Holy crap! I am staring at the paper now with disbelief. How could I not realise this!!!! Grr. Thanks anyway.
No problem! Easy mistake to make...
8. Any one know the answer to Paper 1 question 9? About driving?
9. (Original post by mrsnicket)
Where are you guys getting a copy of the paper? Is it online already?!
Don't know about everyone else but we were allowed to take it home since we hadn't written on it (the one we used during the exam)
10. (Original post by regalrose)
Any one know the answer to Paper 1 question 9? About driving?
a) 40/x
b) 40/x+5
c) 200/xsquared + 5x

That's what I got I'm sure
11. (Original post by kierandoran)
a) 40/x
b) 40/x+5
c) 200/xsquared + 5x

That's what I got I'm sure
a) good
b) good
c) I HAD THAT BUT I SCRIBBLED IT OUT!!!!!!! GRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!
12. (Original post by kierandoran)
a) 40/x
b) 40/x+5
c) 200/xsquared + 5x

That's what I got I'm sure
Urghhhh I knew I got it wrong. I got the first one right atleast... but that one was pretty basic. I wrote 40/5x.

Thanks!!
13. Oh and for question 6 the answer was £860 right?
14. (Original post by regalrose)
Oh and for question 6 the answer was £860 right?
I think so
15. (Original post by regalrose)
Oh and for question 6 the answer was £860 right?
Yes it was £860! I just did £894.40/1.04
16. There was straight line equation at some point, was the total fare £10.20?
17. (Original post by mrsnicket)
There was straight line equation at some point, was the total fare £10.20?
Yes that's what I got
18. And were the coordinates of P (4,5)?
19. (Original post by mrsnicket)
There was straight line equation at some point, was the total fare £10.20?
I got that too
20. (Original post by mrsnicket)
And were the coordinates of P (4,5)?
Yes!

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