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    (Original post by moppp)
    What was question 11?
    Question 11 was Colin and his car 😊
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    On the first question, would I get the two marks for saying 9/20
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    (Original post by Disfuligee)
    3.75 gave the answer 33.98 etc.
    so the answer was between 3.75 and 3.8 so you round up
    But its mainly focused on 1 d.p. so you wouldnt need to look at 3.75. As 3.7 is closer than 3.8, you would go with 3.7, as rounding up gets you even further away
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    (Original post by SweetStarlight14)
    If the calculations were correct for the numbers you used/the way you tried to do it, you'll probably get a few method marks but the number depends on how many marks that question was.
    The question was 4 marks in total so maybe 1-3 marks?
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    (Original post by 9091student)
    na allow it howwwwww?
    Em, well I think you forgot to divide it by 1000 to convert it into kg... So you got 31 instead of 3.1 so you divided by 100?
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    (Original post by JoeHales151)
    On the first question, would I get the two marks for saying 9/20
    I wrote that too and I think we should because writing it as a fraction is also in probability form
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    Its 3.7 not 3.8, in the exam i took them away from the needed number and 3.7 was like 3 tenths closer to it than 3.8
    You needed to use 3.75 as a value and as it came out as less than the number required you round up as you would need a larger number to be the correct value
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    (Original post by JoeHales151)
    On the first question, would I get the two marks for saying 9/20
    Probably yes, they shouldn't mark you down the whole two marks. If they did mark you down, you would still get 1 but I really doubt it
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    does anyone remember question 16?
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    (Original post by Codywhear)
    Surely the trial improvement was 3.7? I think i worked out the distance from 34 and I think 3.7 was closer? Can't remember though
    After trying 3.7 and 3.8, you needed to try 3.75. 3.75 was too small, so the number was between 3.75 and 3.8, meaning it was closer to 3.8 than 3.7.
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    But its mainly focused on 1 d.p. so you wouldnt need to look at 3.75. As 3.7 is closer than 3.8, you would go with 3.7, as rounding up gets you even further away
    You should look for the number in the middle of the two whole numbers
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    (Original post by Edgerulezs)
    How was your other exam thou?? If that went well you still have a high chance of an A*
    The other exam went quite well, yeah. Perhaps there's still a chance of an A. I've been stuck at a B for a couple of years now - I stopped paying attention and messed around in class in year 9 so got put into second set for year 10.
    Back into top set for year 11 and I've worked as hard as I can so HOPEFULLY it'll pay off and I'll get the A grade I was hoping for.

    If so, I've gone from the school questioning if I'll even pass it, to getting a fantastic grade.
    Fingers crossed.

    How did everybody else do?
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    I think i got around 90 on the first paper and i cant really remember most of my answers for this paper. What do you think i need to get an A*?
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    (Original post by Edgerulezs)
    Em, well I think you forgot to divide it by 1000 to convert it into kg... So you got 31 instead of 3.1 so you divided by 100?
    that is such a pisstake, what do you think you got out of 100?
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    By the looks of this I got 100% !!!!

    Thank you!!
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    (Original post by Codywhear)
    Surely the trial improvement was 3.7? I think i worked out the distance from 34 and I think 3.7 was closer? Can't remember though
    Even I got 3.7 it was definitely closer because 3.75 gave me an answer of 33... That would mean it should be the lower number not the higher one
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    But its mainly focused on 1 d.p. so you wouldnt need to look at 3.75. As 3.7 is closer than 3.8, you would go with 3.7, as rounding up gets you even further away
    If they want is to 1 dp then you have to test halfway between the two 1dp values (so 3.75) to know whether 3.8 is closer or 3.7 so you would have lost at least 1 mark
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    Last years paper was 98 overall for a B, but the mark scheme could change
    Ah kk thanks hope the boundary is lower due to the non calculator paper that was a bit hard tbh xD
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    (Original post by Iwilson)
    I think i got around 90 on the first paper and i cant really remember most of my answers for this paper. What do you think i need to get an A*?
    Mid/ high 80's on this paper if you got 90
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    (Original post by Iwilson)
    I think i got around 90 on the first paper and i cant really remember most of my answers for this paper. What do you think i need to get an A*?
    Just 80 more to stay safe
 
 
 
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