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    (Original post by Stirlo)
    Don't remember my answer, I know I got a=9, so that may help you :P If you remember the rest


    For the tan questions i got something like 221/1768 or something like that :/
    NINE?

    Lmao, I had a feeling the 3/4th root of [(13) - 4]/2 was wrong :rolleyes:
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    That was the hardest exam I've ever done in 17 years of existing.
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    (Original post by gildartz)
    for the tan question, did anyone get 15/16?
    I got that within the question but not as the final answer.

    That question was just odd though
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    (Original post by Stirlo)
    I definitely didnt get that denominator, got the numerator though. Ah well I probably messed up a calculation near to the end. Got the 12pi ln(25) though
    With That Tan Question You Can Just Substitute A Value In And It Comes To 225/322 So Pretty Sure Thats Right
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    (Original post by Stirlo)
    I definitely didnt get that denominator, got the numerator though. Ah well I probably messed up a calculation near to the end. Got the 12pi ln(25) though
    same i got 225 over something like 386
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    Not being funny but I thought that this C3 paper was as hard as a further maths one. :mad:

    If the grade boundary for an A is like 45, the world will be a much happier place
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    (Original post by Emma987)
    same i got 225 over something like 386
    Same, 225 over some other 3-digit number. Some people at my school got 1/2 though.
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    (Original post by Glen_Nichols)
    100% sure it said to 2 sig fig. xxxx
    damn..

    I think I got 161/240 for the tan question
    coz tan? was 1/4

    probably wrong
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    Went kind of dreadful towards the end, I just started doing everything I knew to try and scrape a few marks.

    Made a stupid error on the quotient rule question; copied the equation down wrong (changed a positive into a negative) which ****ed things up a bit, will hopfeully get method marks.

    However I loved the 9 mark solids of revolution one, did anyone else get a=9 and the final answer as something like 12 \pi ln(25) (or equivalent, could have simplified it more)
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    Hi chris
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    (Original post by Munchy5793)
    With That Tan Question You Can Just Substitute A Value In And It Comes To 225/322 So Pretty Sure Thats Right
    Sweet I got that but for some reason had a negative sign infront. :/

    Edit: Plus I did a lot more working out than that. O_O
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    (Original post by Sundarii)
    damn..

    I think I got 161/240 for the tan question
    coz tan? was 1/4

    probably wrong
    The tan question was horrific, I got something like 75/128. Meh.
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    (Original post by Munchy5793)
    With That Tan Question You Can Just Substitute A Value In And It Comes To 225/322 So Pretty Sure Thats Right
    Really? sigh . I made the tan4O into tan(2o+2O) expanded it then stuck the 1/4 into the values of tanO... I did think I was doing a ridiculous amount of working for 6 marks.

    Note: O is phi
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    (Original post by Munchy5793)
    With That Tan Question You Can Just Substitute A Value In And It Comes To 225/322 So Pretty Sure Thats Right
    For 6 marks?
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    (Original post by JackWoot)
    However I loved the 9 mark solids of revolution one, did anyone else get a=9 and the final answer as something like 12 \pi ln(25) (or equivalent, could have simplified it more)

    a=9? :mmm: I thought that 6root6-2/3 was a bit odd...


    Ahhwelll, Resit here I come!
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    (Original post by JackWoot)
    Sweet I got that but for some reason had a negative sign infront. :/
    Same here, I would be very surprised if the marker can work out all my scribbles for that question.
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    (Original post by JackWoot)
    Went kind of dreadful towards the end, I just started doing everything I knew to try and scrape a few marks.

    Made a stupid error on the quotient rule question; copied the equation down wrong (changed a positive into a negative) which ****ed things up a bit, will hopfeully get method marks.

    However I loved the 9 mark solids of revolution one, did anyone else get a=9 and the final answer as something like 12 \pi ln(25) (or equivalent, could have simplified it more)
    Just about everyone in my school got the right answer for that question. Yeah you're right ;-).
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    (Original post by Glen_Nichols)
    For 6 marks?
    No To Check The Answer Your Ment To Get

    Then Go Crazy With Expanding Brackets And Subsitution To Get To That Answer
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    (Original post by nikita_atikin)
    Would someone like to verify my answers?

    Volumes of revolution 12pi[ln25]

    Weird tan question 225/322 (don't even ask)

    Last question, range of g(x) > 2(k^0.5)

    Simpsons rule 20.3

    And can someone tell me the answers to the 1st modulus questions. I think I got it wrong along with pretty much the rest of the paper.
    i got the same as you for them all apart from the range question, because i can't remember my answer for it :s
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    Hi Ravi and Will
 
 
 
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