Edexcel A2 C3 Mathematics 12th June 2015 Watch

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Thanks I got the first one in the end! Now for 4b if I understand correctly we sub it in and then you're saying we get -1 and since it's mod we make it 1. But if we were to work out f(x) then we find two values???
f(-1) is always 2mod(-1) + 3 = 2 + 3 = 5.
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Can some on help. Normally to find the range you have to draw the graph. However this question is 3 marks and they differentiate it and get x=2.

Is there a way that you can differentiate the function and find the range ?
If the curve has a maximum/minimum, then you can differentiate to find dy/dx, at a max/min dy/dx = 0, so you can use this to find the range
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Can someone please help me with part b? Really stuck
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Hi could someone help me with this question please
the first part was Prove that
1-tan^2tetha / 1+tan^2tetha = cos 2tetha

I understood this bit but I don't understand the next bit:
Hence, or otherwise, provetan^2π/8 = 3 – 2√2.
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Why is point C (π-α ,0) when surely it should be (2π-α ,0)? (Elmwood B).



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If the curve has a maximum/minimum, then you can differentiate to find dy/dx, at a max/min dy/dx = 0, so you can use this to find the range

oh i see. But how would you know that curve has a max/ minimum?
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oh i see. But how would you know that curve has a max/ minimum?
Well you should know what the basic graphs look like. x^2 graphs have a max/min because of their U shapes, so do x^3 graphs
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What's the hardest C3 paper and/or hardest trig "show that" question?
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do we reckon its going to be like the 2013 one tomorrow
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(Original post by MATTTT)
oh i see. But how would you know that curve has a max/ minimum?
Well if you really had no other way of finding out, d^2y/dx^2 < 0 for maximum and >0 for minimum.. But differentiating twice can sometimes be hard. If you're not given an equation, kinda just have to figure it out using general idea of the graph..
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What's the hardest C3 paper and/or hardest trig "show that" question?
prove that Sin(9+10) = 21
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do we reckon its going to be like the 2013 one tomorrow
Wouldn't mind that really, as long as nothing like Q8 comes up.. Could do without that stress tbh
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Why did you square both sides? Does squaring get rid of the mod?
yes it does
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Wouldn't mind that really, as long as nothing like Q8 comes up.. Could do without that stress tbh
Other than the final question and the question about g(x) and g^-1(x), none of the other questions were hard on that paper
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yes it does
Thanks for that tip about squaring for mod questions, I always mess those up
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For the domain and range sometimes the mark scheme doesn't include x/f(x) is equal to all real numbers. I f you do include it do you loose marks?
You will never loose marks for giving more information then they ask for, ALWAYS write the domain and range and that they belong to the real numbers just in case there is a mark for it
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yes it does
Oh really. I didnt know lol. So if you had to draw say f(x)= 2|x| +3 do you square it or ..?
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Can someone tell me if we have to memorize cosec, sec & cot graphs? Struggling to learn these
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https://07a69ccf283966549a9350d1a669...%20Edexcel.pdf

For 10c, I got to the stage 1/sinx - 3cosx = 0 not sure where to go from there???
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What other information was given in the question
LOL sorry i was joking, don't try working it out because it doesn't exist lol. Never seen the vine?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t97R3jxbl6E
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