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# Edexcel AS/A2 Mathematics M1 - 8th June 2016 - Official Thread watch

1. (Original post by jenny01)
I got that too, did anyone else?
Yup preety certain its correct
2. (Original post by George747)
I got d=1.6 and M=66. I dont see how thats wrong
Same as me, got the rest of the paper right by the look of it
3. (Original post by Jackhawkins21)
I put southwest for the Direction for 8b?? surely this is right
It's not a map.

4. (Original post by ayemayfriday)
I'll recon for just the acceleration right that will not be about 2 marks max
Lost?
Thanks, btw
5. (Original post by casiobose)
Same as me, got the rest of the paper right by the look of it
I got these answers. Is it correct?
6. How many marks is 100UMS for M1 normally? Any links to where I can see it on a table
7. (Original post by 1222fdf)
I have no idea what question 7a) was asking but I drawn a graph with know calculate degree from the vector( ~26 , ~64 and ~90) with root 5 from (-i,2j), and I gusee the F2 is 4.3 something
If you're interested, I believe this is one way of doing 7(a):

F1+F2=R => ( - i + j ) + k( i + j ) = λ( i + 3j ) I can't remember the vectors given exactly, this is what I think.

Then equate i components: -1 + k = λ
Then equate j components: 1 + k = 3λ and solve for k. => k = 5/2
8. d=1.6 and M=66

How many marks will I get for this? Did all the working
9. The person who created the thread should add a poll for how people found it? It'll give a better idea of how high the boundaries will be.
10. How many marks was the moments question worth?
11. (Original post by particlestudent)
How many marks is 100UMS for M1 normally? Any links to where I can see it on a table
June exams only:
2010: 75
2011: 75
2012: 75
2013: 68
2014: 70
2015: 71

12. anyone made an unofficial mark scheme?
13. I think it will be
74 - 100 ums
68-90ums
62-80ums
55-70ums
48-60ums
14. (Original post by casiobose)
Same as me, got the rest of the paper right by the look of it
I got that at first. I think the mistake i made was accidentally taking away the 0.5m to the left of the support on the left when calculating the moments.
After checking through, i'm fairly sure i got 1.2m and like 42kg
15. (Original post by Jig1938)
Q1a) 104 degrees
Coefficient of friction question 0.727(well at least 0.7 something)
F2-2.5i,2.5j
Impulse- 3Ns
That's all I can remember
I can confirm that the coefficient of friction was 0.7271966072
16. (Original post by Formless)
Cheers mate, any suggestion on the boundaries, im thinking 59-61ish?
if so i could be in line for 100ums
No worries. Yeah I agree - although I didn't find it too bad I think a few of the questions were tougher than other years. I reckon
73 - 100ums
66 - 90ums
60 - 80ums
17. (Original post by casiobose)
Same as me, got the rest of the paper right by the look of it
I don't see how it's wrong either...
18. (Original post by Sachin Chandra)
d=1.6 and M=66

How many marks will I get for this? Did all the working

At least 3 out of 7 if you list the 2 equation correctly
19. (Original post by casiobose)
Same as me, got the rest of the paper right by the look of it
Hi can you explain how you got d=1.6 please?
20. Forgot to do the bearing, but got the force.

2/4 sound like correct number of marks?

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