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# Edexcel GCSE Mathematics A Higher Paper 2016 Unofficial Markscheme Watch

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2. In Q14 did it not ask for it in simplest form?
3. (Original post by Federerr)
Here is the worked solutions: http://mrkibria.weebly.com/uploads/7..._mr_kibria.pdf
You are an absolute god-send thank you so much!
4. (Original post by vicky.orlov)
Is the markscheme now finished? or are there any questions missing?
A teacher did this one: http://mrkibria.weebly.com/uploads/7..._mr_kibria.pdf
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(Original post by alicerose.j)
For the floor vanishing question was it 7.5 x 5 = 35.5 ?? I got 35.5 and said it wasn't enough

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Same i got 7.5 x 5
7.5 x 5 isnt 35.5 its 37.5...
6. (Original post by YAY GCSE)
Why are people saying they got like 90+ when the unofficial mark scheme doesnt even have all the questions on LOL
It's just they're gut feeling after the exam, although even though the unofficial mark scheme isn't completed it still gives us a rough idea
7. (Original post by bethanyjx)
A link to a full mark scheme was posted
WHERE???
8. (Original post by archiiii)
Give me answer to the following question
Workout total number of teachers when the probability for female teacher is 3/5 and there are 36 male teachers? It would be my pleasure if u do that
90 teachers

If 3/5 are female, then 2/5 are male

2/5 of the workers are male

2/5 = 36
therefore the total is (36*5)/2 = 90 teachers.

36 male, 54 female
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12. (Original post by 11ahf)
That's 8 marks you've lost there.
I'll have picked up method marks so not completely 8 marks, reckon I'll get 1 or 2 for the Surds/Area one, and about 3 for the Circle Theorems one. Also made like 2 mistakes elsewhere in the paper, but should be comfortably an A*
13. (Original post by bethanyjx)
For the question about the tiles I did a completely different method that everyone I've spoke to and came to the conclusion that :
No. because she has enough to cover 37.5m^2 but needs to cover 50m^2 so she's 12.5m^2 short
DID ANYONE GET ANYTHING SIMILAR // know if I will get any marks? I was pretty confident on that question lol
I did that but people said she didn't have enough cans instead
14. Okay so if everyone fails maths GCSE will the grade boundaries be lowered?
Can you please comment or reply to me and tell me what you got roughly? I got 75 out of 100
16. Would 1/25 be accepted for question 21 as it is equivalent to 0.04?
17. (Original post by GrangeTech)
Would 1/25 be accepted for question 21 as it is equivalent to 0.04?
Yes, as the fraction is in it's simplest form.
18. (Original post by iMacJack)
90 teachers

If 3/5 are female, then 2/5 are male

2/5 of the workers are male

2/5 = 36
therefore the total is (36*5)/2 = 90 teachers.

36 male, 54 female
Did not get the last step after 2/5=36 what happened can u slove it step by step
Can you please comment or reply to me and tell me what you got roughly? I got 75 out of 100
20. Is there a mark scheme for foundation?

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