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    Haha, nothing wrong with that. Higher boundaries should mean students are becoming smarter...which is in part due to people like you!

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    so now you have to reveal who you actually are. my money is still on ginger.
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    (Original post by Dylann)
    so now you have to reveal who you actually are. my money is still on ginger.
    the weightlifter for sure
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    all the best
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    Why wouldn't this get me full marks on Q8a FP2??

    I admit that the U looks like an X but on either line each side there's a U so I assumed that would be BOD.


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    Why wouldn't this get me full marks on Q8a FP2??

    I admit that the U looks like an X but on either line each side there's a U so I assumed that would be BOD.


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    When calculating  \frac{d^2y}{dx^2} you've missed out du/dx, so the next line (subbing in) doesn't work
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    When calculating  \frac{d^2y}{dx^2} you've missed out du/dx, so the next line (subbing in) doesn't work
    Damn!


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    Why wouldn't this get me full marks on Q8a FP2??

    I admit that the U looks like an X but on either line each side there's a U so I assumed that would be BOD.


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    Did u get your exam back?
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    Looking at a bit of c3/4 ahead of september and tried one of your integration qs. I have the wrong answer but can anyone find my error(s)? I tried substitution...solution uses partial fractions to simplify but I don't know what they are yet lol

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    Haven't done this question but think you forgot to multiply by dv/du when you substituted v in as you were integrating with respect to u. Same procedure as when you substituted u in.
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    (Original post by Fudge2)
    Looking at a bit of c3/4 ahead of september and tried one of your integration qs. I have the wrong answer but can anyone find my error(s)? I tried substitution...solution uses partial fractions to simplify but I don't know what they are yet lol

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    this integral can only be done by partial fractions
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    this integral can only be done by partial fractions
    That is honestly heartbreaking I spent too much time on that. Lol thanks though

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    Haven't done this question but think you forgot to multiply by dv/du when you substituted v in as you were integrating with respect to u. Same procedure as when you substituted u in.
    So I did! Turns out it can't be done by substitution but if it could that probably would've been my error haha thanks
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    I started writing the IYGB special papers A to Z which will cover C1 to C4 combined in one paper. I have uploaded in my site paper Z and paper Y and planning to write one new paper every week so all papers will be ready by February 2016. (Note I am working back to front)


    These papers will cater for the NEW mathematics syllabus, however they are NOT for standard practice as most of the questions are very hard. They will also serve as a bridge for those preparing/practising MAT/AEA/STEP although their style is different.

    Note at this stage mark allocation, timings and a few other bits are subject to change because I need to try them with students, so at this stage treat them as drafts.

    Any feedback welcome
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    IYGB = if you got balls

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    (Original post by TeeEm)
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    If you're interested in an alternate for paper Z q3, here you go:

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    You're still here :C
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    If you're interested in an alternate for paper Z q3, here you go:

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    always looking for alternatives.

    many thanks
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    (Original post by Dylann)
    IYGB = if you got balls

    btw
    I'm sure Jia Xian would be quite offended by that...
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    (Original post by edothero)
    You're still here :C
    just working in the background ...
    (bit busy writing new things these days)
 
 
 
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