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# Edexcel GCSE Mathematics May/June 2016 Official Thread Watch

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2. (Original post by ellamoon_22)
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2.5x 3=7.5
0.25mx0.2=0.5
7.5/0.05=150
150/20=7.5
8X8.50=68
3. (Original post by ellamoon_22)
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i did this paper the other day!

1) change the measurements of wall from m to cm (250cm right hand side and 300cm bottom)

2) divide these lengths by the tile (250/25=10 tiles needed up and 300/20=15 tiles needed across)

3) 10x15=150 tiles needed overall

4) divide by 20 as there are 20 tiles in a box (150/20=8 boxes needed)

5) £8.50 x 8 = £68 (total cost, final answer)
i did this paper the other day!

1) change the measurements of wall from m to cm (250cm right hand side and 300cm bottom)

2) divide these lengths by the tile (250/25=10 tiles needed up and 300/20=15 tiles needed across)

3) 10x15=150 tiles needed overall

4) divide by 20 as there are 20 tiles in a box (150/20=8 boxes needed)

5) £8.50 x 8 = £68 (total cost, final answer)
I dont agree
5. I reckon one of those interior/exterior questions will come up. Remember to work out the exterior angle first by dividing 360 by the total amount of sides. Then to work out the interior angle minus the exterior angle from 180. I think there will be one or two mean questions so don't panic when you see them
6. (Original post by ellamoon_22)
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the maths genie website has the solutions
7. (Original post by Ella_08)
I reckon one of those interior/exterior questions will come up. Remember to work out the exterior angle first by dividing 360 by the total amount of sides. Then to work out the interior angle minus the exterior angle from 180. I think there will be one or two mean questions so don't panic when you see them
Bearing and regions questions maybe aswell.
8. (Original post by Mahrez)
I dont agree
I don't agree to you not agreeing. Sorry I sort of rushed this.

9. (Original post by 34908seikj)
I don't agree to you not agreeing. Sorry I sort of rushed this.

I did this question two it is £68 your right
10. (Original post by uzmafj)
the maths genie website has the solutions
Ok but that's not how I'd even work it out
11. (Original post by Waveyalex)
I did this question two it is £68 your right
where have i gone wrong can you explain please
12. (Original post by Waveyalex)
I did this question two it is £68 your right
No i read it wrong sorry you are right tiles are sold in boxes of 20 not individually
13. (Original post by Mahrez)
I dont agree
im pretty sure mine is right, according to the solutions http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/resources/june2016p1ans.pdf
14. (Original post by Waveyalex)
Bearing and regions questions maybe aswell.
Yup definetely. There is always those 'make x the subject' questions. I also love the stem and leaf and questionnaire ones
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(Original post by Waveyalex)
I did this question two it is £68 your right
16. (Original post by Mahrez)
No i read it wrong sorry you are right tiles are sold in boxes of 20 not individually
Be carefully about this kind of question tommorow mate wouldnt want u to lose easy marks on a similar question
im pretty sure mine is right, according to the solutions http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/resources/june2016p1ans.pdf
OooOoh the tension hahah
18. (Original post by Ella_08)
Yup definetely. There is always those 'make x the subject' questions. I also love the stem and leaf and questionnaire ones
Rearranging the subject of the formula isnt too hard but can get very tricky depending on the numbers,stem and leaf and questionaires practically spoonfeed us marks.
19. (Original post by Waveyalex)
Be carefully about this kind of question tommorow mate wouldnt want u to lose easy marks on a similar question
lol when I am ment to be an A* student lol
20. (Original post by Mahrez)
lol when I am ment to be an A* student lol
So am i but even I sometimes rush into my answers without thinking.

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