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    Farewell, possible hopes of an A* ****ed up badly, and I think the paper was quite fair, so reasonably high boundaries imo
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    Farewell, possible hopes of an A* ****ed up badly, and I think the paper was quite fair, so reasonably high boundaries imo
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    did anyone else run out of time?
    I didn't actually think that the questions themselves were that hard it was just time management i found so difficult!
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    1) y=12x+15

    2)
    (I)
    (ii) 3/16(4x+1)^4/3

    a=6 b=5

    F(x) great than 3a
    G(x) all real values of x

    9
    (ii) 4+2root2
    (iii) 32sin

    Some answers
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    (Original post by AlistairMcDonald)
    Farewell, possible hopes of an A* ****ed up badly, and I think the paper was quite fair, so reasonably high boundaries imo
    Although I didn't think it was that bad, I was pretty much the only person in my school with that opinion...

    I doubt high boundaries
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    Made some silly mistakes, Paper was quite standard, the graphical section threw me a bit and couldn't get the last two marks. How did everyone else find it? Probably pretty standard boundaries I'd imagine.
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    Thought the paper was okay but ran out of time on Q9 - they asked more of us time wise this year as opposed to ability I think.
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    Grade boundary wise it'll be the usual 55-58 for an A.
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    wasent there a ln in the question 2 part i
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    Agree with all, except G(x) is all real values of Y, not values of x.



    Area under graph was 2.5 I think, for the possible trig values in question 4 (I think) I got 1/13 and 3/4.
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    (Original post by alig348)
    wasent there a ln in the question 2 part i
    Yes


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    (Original post by Parallex)
    Agree with all, except G(x) is all real values of Y, not values of x.



    Area under graph was 2.5 I think, for the possible trig values in question 4 (I think) I got 1/13 and 3/4.
    Yeah I agree with those trig values, and 2.5 was the area I got.
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    Is anyone creating an unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by Miracle-)
    1) y=12x+15

    2)
    (I)
    (ii) 3/16(4x+1)^4/3

    a=6 b=5

    F(x) great than 3a
    G(x) all real values of x

    9
    (ii) 4+2root2
    (iii) 32sin

    Some answers
    I basically got all those except from 2 i

    How did you integrate it?
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    What was X when gf(X)=31a?
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    (Original post by clarafitzgerald)
    What was X when gf(X)=31a?
    1.5a or -2.5a?
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    (Original post by clarafitzgerald)
    What was X when gf(X)=31a?
    I got 3a/2 and -5a/2
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    I found the last question was very hard.
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    (Original post by daniellon)
    I got 3a/2 and -5a/2
    I got this.
 
 
 
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