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    What did you get for the simultaneous equations??
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    (Original post by Katie.R.S.)
    What did people get for the equation of the line through the mid point of AB?
    6x+4y-29?? Something like that... Might be the wrong question..? Sorry...
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    (Original post by AlarmingMonkey)
    K<-25/8

    Below the vertex
    Dammit, I put that but convinced myself out of it
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    Is it possible to get an A overall if I get a B in c1 a high A in c2 and an A in stats?
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    I also got stretch sf 1/3 parallel to the x axis
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    What did everyone get for the last indices question? I feel like I messed it up!
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    Also, answers for the differentiate X^(1/3) where X=8 or something?
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    (Original post by iloverobkardash)
    What did everyone get for the last indices question? I feel like I messed it up!
    625 root 5 I think

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    (Original post by Dentist214)
    Is it possible to get an A overall if I get a B in c1 a high A in c2 and an A in stats?
    yeah you just need 240 ums overall. you could get a C and two A's and still get an A
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    (Original post by TCO)
    625 root 5 I think

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    Has to be tin the form "5^k"
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    Few questions. 1) is parallel to the x axis same as in the x direction
    2) how many marks will is loose for writing (5root5)^3=5^11/2
    3) for the area I worked out a y coordinate wrong therefore my area was wrong. How many marks will I lose.
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    I got 5^4.5 for the last indices question


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    What expansion did people get for simultaneous equations. The rest was a breeze however I spent a good 30 min + solving :

    3x^2 + 20x - 22 = 0

    As y=-2x-5 so I just substituted. I think I got it completely wrong but I tried 5 different ways and came to the same expansion which I couldn't simplify...

    Really hope grade boundaries are not higher than last year :/
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    It had to be in the form 5 to the power something, I got 5^(9/2)
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    what did people get for a on question 9i (i think)???
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    (Original post by iloverobkardash)
    Has to be tin the form "5^k"
    Would it not be 5^4 x 5^1/2??

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    (Original post by iloverobkardash)
    Also, answers for the differentiate X^(1/3) where X=8 or something?
    i got 1/12... probably got that wrong
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    (Original post by TCO)
    Has MR M / K stopped doing them?

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    I don't use TSR much, does he do them for OCR A level? I just remember him doing them at GCSE for edexcel.
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    and what did everyone get for 10iii???????? area of PQR
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    (Original post by exoticmedgirl_2017)
    6x+4y-29?? Something like that... Might be the wrong question..? Sorry...
    I got that for whatever question or was


    (Original post by iloverobkardash)
    Also, answers for the differentiate X^(1/3) where X=8 or something?
    I got something like -3/16, I think I did it wrong
 
 
 
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