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# Edexcel S2 - 27th June 2016 AM Watch

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1. (Original post by fpmaniac)
i didnt say it was a 6 marker
2. Has someone posted the paper yet?
3. (Original post by igotohaggerston)
Has someone posted the paper yet?
No :/ but hoping it comes out today ; I NEED to know my marks ; it's really stressing me out
4. If someone uploads the paper I probably remember enough S2 to do answers..
5. (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
If someone uploads the paper I probably remember enough S2 to do answers..
yeh nobody seems to be able to get hold of one - by the time someone does get the paper I will probably have forgotten my answers so it won't be of much use -__-
6. (Original post by fefssdf)
yeh nobody seems to be able to get hold of one - by the time someone does get the paper I will probably have forgotten my answers so it won't be of much use -__-
7. (Original post by SeanFM)
shhhhh
8. (Original post by gameofthrones1)
Yeah it is 1.41, that's the only mistake that was made on the answers
What about Q6 a?? Are you sure there was 9 samples, not 6??
9. (Original post by Ramil Ahmadov;[url="tel:66183013")
66183013[/url]]What about Q6 a?? Are you sure there was 9 samples, not 6??
Yeah I'm pretty sure it was 9
10. (Original post by gameofthrones1)
Yeah I'm pretty sure it was 9
WHy? isn't it 44 66 88 46 48 68 which makes 6? Especially if i got the second part right, where total probability of these 6 makes 1, which is correct.
11. (Original post by Ramil Ahmadov;[url="tel:66183393")
66183393[/url]]WHy? isn't it 44 66 88 46 48 68 which makes 6? Especially if i got the second part right, where total probability of these 6 makes 1, which is correct.
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12. (Original post by Ramil Ahmadov)
WHy? isn't it 44 66 88 46 48 68 which makes 6? Especially if i got the second part right, where total probability of these 6 makes 1, which is correct.
but you have to do 6,8 and 8,6 as two separate samples ?
13. (Original post by gameofthrones1)
44
66
88
46 64
48 84
68 86
Okay, that makes sense now. Thanks
14. How many marks do you think i will lose in Q1 e if i did this?
Y-B(12,0.1378)
P(X=3) = 12C3 x (0.1378)^3 x (1-0.1378)^7 instead of 9, and therefore got the wrong answer
15. (Original post by Ramil Ahmadov)
How many marks do you think i will lose in Q1 e if i did this?
Y-B(12,0.1378)
P(X=3) = 12C3 x (0.1378)^3 x (1-0.1378)^7 instead of 9, and therefore got the wrong answer
How many marks was it, 3?
you'd lose one for accuracy I'd say

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16. (Original post by iMacJack)
How many marks was it, 3?
you'd lose one for accuracy I'd say

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Yes it was 3 marks, but i got wrong answer just because i put 7 instead of 12-3=9, and thought i will lose 2 marks, 1 for accuracy 2 for wrong answer.
17. (Original post by Ramil Ahmadov)
Yes it was 3 marks, but i got wrong answer just because i put 7 instead of 12-3=9, and thought i will lose 2 marks, 1 for accuracy 2 for wrong answer.
I think you'd lose one

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18. (Original post by iMacJack)
I think you'd lose one

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Maybe two, but hopefully only one...
19. Still no model answers ?!!!
20. (Original post by avi haria)
Waiting on kprime !

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