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    I thought I did pretty well in this. It was definitely easier than the Non-Calculator paper and I think I got 70 marks in total in this. I did get a bit stuck on question 22, 24, 25 and 8b but I thought the rest were very easy. A bit of a shame that there weren't any quadratic simultaneous equations though. And I put 3.7 for the trial and improvement question so I'm not sure if I got it right. But all in all, I thought I did well so bring on August 25th (aka Results Day)
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    (Original post by macohe)
    Can you show how many marks each question was out of?
    last one was out of 6 marks.
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    Lol, it seems rounding was really important for so many questions in this exam... something so basic
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    (Original post by DanF2000)
    I thought I did pretty well in this. It was definitely easier than the Non-Calculator paper and I think I got 70 marks in total in this. I did get a bit stuck on question 22, 24, 25 and 8b but I thought the rest were very easy. A bit of a shame that there weren't any quadratic simultaneous equations though. And I put 3.7 for the trial and improvement question so I'm not sure if I got it right. But all in all, I thought I did well so bring on August 25th (aka Results Day)
    how canu count the marks u got
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    (Original post by Purpleunicorn197)
    Hi I'm going to start and unofficial markscheme so add your answers
    Reps are not necessary but would be appreciated

    It would be really useful if you could remember the question numbers
    1. Order numbers correctly and include a key
    b) 9/20=
    0.45
    2a. 5a*2b*3c =
    30abc
    b. Factorise fully 3y +6 =
    3(y+2)
    c. Expand x(x-3)=
    x^2-3x
    3.
    x=9.25
    4. Smallest packet was best value for money because it was cheapest per bag of crisps
    5. 4 times as many red than green: There were 0.4 blue and 0.15 yellow.
    0.4+0.15+4x+x=1
    0.55+5x=1
    5x=0.45
    x=0.09
    4x=0.36
    Green- 0.09 Red- 0.36
    6a. 20.3
    b. 68.04kg
    c. 2.61m
    7. 3.8
    8a. 4:3
    b. 480 pixels
    9.x= 124 degrees
    10. 7.92
    11.£42.29
    12. x=144 degrees
    13.
    -2 -1 0 1 2
    -1 3 1 -1 3
    Draw curve
    14. 3 Bars
    15. No, because 7766.22 was greater than 7500 pounds
    16. 128g
    b.11g
    17. 30.1
    18. 10a^5b^4
    b. y= 5p^2-x
    19.11 males
    20. x= 0.29 or x= -2.29
    21. 29.25
    22. F.d- 1.6, 3.2, 2.4, 1.8, 0.3
    23.28.9
    24a. -1/3x+4
    b. 2x/(x+1)(x-1)
    25. 80.4
    Wait a sec, x^3 - 5x = 34
    3.7^3 - 5(3.7) = 32.153
    34 - 32.153 = 1.847
    So 3.7 is 1.847 away.

    3.8^3 - 5(3.8) = 35.872
    35.872 - 34 = 1.872
    So 3.8 is 1.872 away.

    This shows 3.8 being 0.025 further away than 3.7. 3.7 is closer. These are cubed numbers so even though you could round up from 3.75, the number gap changes as the numbers get bigger, so you count just assume to round up. They only care about 1d.p. numbers, using 3.75 doesnt matter. You have to find which 1d.p. is closer, and its 3.7.
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    (Original post by Revision120)
    25 was 6 marks
    Thanks have made the change


    I think:
    Q1 5marks
    Q2a was 1mark
    Q2b 1mark
    Q2c 1mark or 2 mark?
    Q3 I believe was 3 but could be 4
    Q4 was 4mark
    Q5 was 2mark(?)
    Q6 a b and c I think were 2 each so 6?
    Q7 4or5marks
    Q8 a and b both equated to 4 marks?
    Q13 a was 3 marks I believe b was 2 marksQ14 at least 4 marks
    Q15 5marks(?)
    Q16 a was 1 markb was 2 marks
    Q18 a 1 markb 3marks
    Q19 was 2marks(?)
    Q23 4(?)
    Q24 a 2 marksb was 3 marks
    Q25 6marks
    As you can see I am unsure about many so PLEASE correct me and fill the blanks
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    Does anyone know a link to the exam booklet because I can't remember which question is which
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    Ignore 3.75, you're only looking at 1 d.p. The 3.75 thing is misleading, Because 3.8 is still further away than 3.7
    Sorry I'm not sure how I can explain this any clearer.

    Trust me that I am right I got 69 on C2 A-Level this year and I am in year 11
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    Does any one know the amount of marks available for each question?
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    (Original post by bamzy123)
    For the last question one angle, two sides and the area are given. Can't you just workout the third side using the area and base then use cosine rule since you have three sides???

    I think only the two sides and the area of the triangle were given, there were definitely no angles given
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    (Original post by DOMAR34)
    How many marks were the:

    Stem & Leaf (1)
    Cubic Graph (13)
    Cumulative Frequency (?)
    Histogram(around the 20's somewhere)
    Equations (2a b and c)
    Stratified Sample(19)


    Stem and leaf was 5 for the first page if you included a key

    Stratified sample was 3 marks and the histogram was 4 marks I think
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    Wait a sec, x^3 - 5x = 34
    3.7^3 - 5(3.7) = 32.153
    34 - 32.153 = 1.847
    So 3.7 is 1.847 away.

    3.8^3 - 5(3.8) = 35.872
    35.872 - 34 = 1.872
    So 3.8 is 1.872 away.

    This shows 3.8 being 0.025 further away than 3.7. 3.7 is closer. These are cubed numbers so even though you could round up from 3.75, the number gap changes as the numbers get bigger, so you count just assume to round up. They only care about 1d.p. numbers, using 3.75 doesnt matter. You have to find which 1d.p. is closer, and its 3.7.

    (Original post by Disfuligee)
    3.7 is too small
    3.8 is too large
    3.75 is too small (about 3.98)

    So 3.75<x<3.8
    So to 1dp x=3.8
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    What was question 10 about?
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    (Original post by ruadb0y)
    Thanks have made the change


    I think:
    Q2a was 1mark
    Q2b 1mark
    Q2c 1mark or 2 mark?
    Q3 I believe was 3 but could be 4
    Q4 was 4mark
    Q5 was 2mark(?)
    Q6 a b and c I think were 2 each so 6?
    Q7 4or5marks
    Q8 a and b both equated to 4 marks?
    Q13 a was 3 marks I believe b was 2 marksQ14 at least 4 marks
    Q15 5marks(?)
    Q16 a was 1 markb was 2 marks
    Q18 a 1 markb 3marks
    Q19 was 2 marks
    Q24 a 2 marksb was 3 marks
    Q25 6marks
    As you can see I am unsure about many so PLEASE correct me and fill the blanks
    The petrol per week question was 5 marks and the pipes in the basket was 4 marks I think
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    (Original post by FaithKG)
    I dont remember the question numbers..
    smallest packet is best for value
    11 students
    IQR: 11
    Pentagon: 114
    Pentagon was 144 I'm sure
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    (Original post by kaldrogo123)
    how canu count the marks u got
    I just went through the paper again in the last few minutes and counted the marks I think have more than half the chance of being right. The total marks I believe I got were about 60 - 70 but I could be wrong or right...
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    (Original post by jtb135)
    Wait a sec, x^3 - 5x = 34

    3.7^3 - 5(3.7) = 32.153
    34 - 32.153 = 1.847
    So 3.7 is 1.847 away.

    3.8^3 - 5(3.8) = 35.872
    35.872 - 34 = 1.872
    So 3.8 is 1.872 away.

    This shows 3.8 being 0.025 further away than 3.7. 3.7 is closer. These are cubed numbers so even though you could round up from 3.75, the number gap changes as the numbers get bigger, so you count just assume to round up. They only care about 1d.p. numbers, using 3.75 doesnt matter. You have to find which 1d.p. is closer, and its 3.7.
    You're completely wrong, it's 3.8


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    What did you guys get for the finding the mean on which was 4 marker
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    (Original post by Roquebrune2014)
    You're completely wrong, it's 3.8


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    Well thats rather harsh
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    (Original post by Iqs.x)
    You're meant to round it up I think
    I come bearing gifts for the stratified sampling question! You could do 10 OR 11.

    I checked and over the years they allow both.
 
 
 
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