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How on earth do you work out the value of x in question 6? I applied the formula un= a + (n-1)d to the terms 2x and the second one. Then I did the same for the third and second terms; and could not get any further.

Also, question 9, when integrating, how on earth did they get a cubic value?

I've looked through the past papers, and there's surely not a difficult paper like today compared to the others.
for no. 9 when you intergrate and everything you get something like:
aX^2 + bX + c/x = 0
It was important to spot that it equalled to 0, because this mean you could multiply both sides by 'X' hence giving a cubic I just about managed to spot it myself
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And it definitely said a was positive? Damn it!
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anyone remember any of the questions?
I'll post what I remember (for definite)

4i) Expand (2 + x)5

ii) Hence find the coefficient of y3 in the expansion of (2 + 3y + y2)5

? (something along the lines of) A horizontal line is drawn through the curves y=log2 x and y=log2 (x-3). It crosses y=log2 x at P and y=log2 (x-3) at Q. The x coordinates of P and Q is the same, c, and the distance PQ is 4. Find c.
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What did anyone get for the value of k?
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for no. 9 when you intergrate and everything you get something like:
aX^2 + bX + c/x = 0
It was important to spot that it equalled to 0, because this mean you could multiply both sides by 'X' hence giving a cubic I just about managed to spot it myself

Ahh I get it now! Thanks! So so so subtle. I bet these examiners can see through ice
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for no. 9 when you intergrate and everything you get something like:
aX^2 + bX + c/x = 0
It was important to spot that it equalled to 0, because this mean you could multiply both sides by 'X' hence giving a cubic I just about managed to spot it myself
Correct. You ended up with something along the lines of 3x2 + ax + 8/2x = 0 I think, and so you could multiply everything by x to get the cubic!

And if anyone is confused, the question used a's whereas I just used x's if that reminds you of which one it was!
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Cant have the log of a negative number, I got 3.2
I got 3.2 as well .
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What did anyone get for the value of k?
9 over 10 but I'm pretty sure im wrong
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9 over 10 but I'm pretty sure im wrong
not to be mean but i really hope you're wrong i didn't get that
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If u all want the answers then contribute Qs if you can remember them and Mr M will post the answers
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If u all want the answers then contribute Qs if you can remember them and Mr M will post the answers

Is there any way to tag a member?

Here's what I remember for sure:


4i) Expand (2 + x)5

ii) Hence find the coefficient of y3 in the expansion of (2 + 3y + y2)5

? (something along the lines of) A horizontal line is drawn through the curves y=log2 x and y=log2 (x-3). It crosses y=log2 x at P and y=log2 (x-3) at Q. The x coordinates of P and Q is the same, c, and the distance PQ is 4. Find c.
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Is there any way to tag a member?

Here's what I remember for sure:


4i) Expand (2 + x)5

ii) Hence find the coefficient of y3 in the expansion of (2 + 3y + y2)5

? (something along the lines of) A horizontal line is drawn through the curves y=log2 x and y=log2 (x-3). It crosses y=log2 x at P and y=log2 (x-3) at Q. The x coordinates of P and Q is the same, c, and the distance PQ is 4. Find c.

There was a question asking what transformation maps log2x onto log2(x-3)

log2x has co-ordinates (a , something). Find a.

log2(x-3) has co-ordinates (something, b) Find b.
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If nobody has the paper we need to try and create a copy of the questions
The question with the tangents i remember it:

I'll draw a diagram on fireworks and upload it for you all

the question was (not exactly worded correctly but I these were the questions with the allocated marks):



5) The radius of two circle (from points A and B) have a radius of 7 cm. The radi meet at point C. The distance between A and B is 12 cm.

i) Show that the angle CAB is 0.5411 radians (2 marks)
ii) find the perimeter of the shaded region (2 marks)
iii) find the area of the shaded region (5 marks)
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The question with the tangents i remember it:

I'll draw a diagram on fireworks and upload it for you all

the question was (not exactly worded correctly but I these were the questions with the allocated marks):



5) The radius of two circle (from points A and B) have a radius of 7 cm. The radi meet at point C. The distance between A and B is 12 cm.

i) Show that the angle CAB is 0.5411 radians (2 marks)
ii) find the perimeter of the shaded region (2 marks)
iii) find the area of the shaded region (5 marks)
Yeah that's right, well remembered
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There was a question asking what transformation maps log2x onto log2(x-3)

log2x has co-ordinates (a , something). Find a.

log2(x-3) has co-ordinates (something, b) Find b.
Ah yeah of course. Can you remember which Q this was?

Something is telling me it was Q6 but I'm not sure.
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I think the last question started with the 2a and a with 2x^.......5x^3+4 all over x^2 and you were asked to make it show t = .......+2, sorry, all I remember, hopefully someone can fill in the blanks.
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There was one something like, log2a=3 find value of a
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one of the guys in my fmaths class missed out 4 questions entirely on the paper

Feel bad for him
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I was really confident before this exam and now I feel awful, but here's what I remember from it

I can't remember all, but..

Q.4 I think was the binomal expansion but I'm not sure..
Q.6 was the whole u1=2x, u2=x+4, u3=2x-7
Q.7 was the cirlcles and shaded area question
Q.8 was the logs (remember the log graph on the back page?)
Q.9 was the integrating between 2a and a

here's to an easier re-sit in june
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