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    (Original post by DavidBick)
    What marks are you guys averaging? Aiming for?
    God will of done something special if i get over 50
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    Good luck for tomorrow peeps
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    Good luck guys, all you can do is try your best.

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    2008 question 3iii??
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    Guys calm down. Last year I was freaking out and felt really nervous before the exam but I came out with a 92. So don't stress yourself! Give yourself some time to relax
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    (Original post by RuairiMorrissey)
    I personally wouldn't but I guess (?) you could say it's just a bunch of ones? Not something i'd personally agree with but I can see where someone could come from with that.
    Uh yeah "just a bunch of ones" doesn't seem like a very mathematical statement.

    1, 1, 1, 1... has first term 1, common difference 0 (hence an AP) or common ratio 1 (hence a GP).
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    (Original post by Insecure)
    Guys calm down. Last year I was freaking out and felt really nervous before the exam but I came out with a 92. So don't stress yourself! Give yourself some time to relax
    What course are you studying?
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    (Original post by AmanGottu)
    What course are you studying?
    I'm a mathmo at Trinity, Cambridge.
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    (Original post by Insecure)
    I'm a mathmo at Trinity, Cambridge.
    How/when did you find out your mark? I'm going for Trinity Maths this year!
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    (Original post by DavidBick)
    How/when did you find out your mark? I'm going for Trinity Maths this year!
    Email Imperial and ask them to give it to you around February.
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    (Original post by Zacken;[url="tel:68338828")
    68338828[/url]]Email Imperial and ask them to give it to you around February.
    Yup. I got mine in march.
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    (Original post by dfbenjamin)
    Anyone got any last tips?
    Yes, be careful on time in MC, everyone ends up spending too much on it.
    Spend 40-45 minutes no more.


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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Email Imperial and ask them to give it to you around February.
    March u waste


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    Morning is here! Good luck everybody 💗
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    Where do write rough work for longer questions?
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    (Original post by Samiksi)
    Where do write rough work for longer questions?
    I think we can use the pages of problems we dont have to solve but im not sure...
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    (Original post by some-student)
    First we want to deal with the \int_{-1}^{1} f(t) \; \mathrm{d}t. This is the same as \int_{-1}^{1} f(x) \; \mathrm{d}x, as it is simply the area under the curve between -1 and 1 and the difference in t and x makes no difference as t^3 vs x^3 for example are identical functions (when sketched).

    We can call this integral u, and we are also solving for this as per the question.

    Rewriting the equation in the question, we get
    6 + f(x) = 2f(-x) + 3ux^2.

    We now integrate the equation between -1 and 1 to try and get our solution
    12 + u = 2u + 2u

    (Note that the area under f(-x) is the same as that under f(x) as it is only a reflection in the x-axis and hence does not affect the area)

    This can be easily solved to get u = 4.
    Thank you so much! Good luck if you're taking it today.
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    (Original post by AmanGottu)
    I think we can use the pages of problems we dont have to solve but im not sure...
    Thank you. And this is the very last question: if the problem asks to sketch a graph, do I just sketch the graph, pointing out the turning points and the intersections, or explain with formulae what I am doing?
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    Good luck everyone😁😁😁


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    (Original post by denkata)
    Thank you so much! Good luck if you're taking it today.
    No problem I'm taking it next year but good luck to you all

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