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    (Original post by m0.4444)
    MCQ integral the x^4 one was larger than x^2 for values of a<1.
    awww yeah I remeber now. yeah I put the one where a>1 I think or was it a<1 can't remember
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    (Original post by Moogle679)
    Was that the bilateral functions one?
    Yeah. It was a show that question so you would know where you went wrong. The reasoning had to be solid that was all.
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    how would u go about explaining the areas bit for the bilateral functions? i argued that both upper and lower limits were the same?
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    (Original post by m0.4444)
    Yeah. It was a show that question so you would know where you went wrong. The reasoning had to be solid that was all.
    Yeah I liked that question
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    When will the paper be uploaded?
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    (Original post by SM-)
    What did people put for the MCQ on integral of the two equations being larger etc.
    Also what was choice a and b for the last one as I forgot but I put a
    I put 6/5^4
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    (Original post by louisforrest)
    I got 10 combinations but didn't use any logic just that b had to be applied 3 times and a twice or something then I justsat for ages and worked out the combinations. got 107 for c I think
    Ya im actually so stupid i messed that up.
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    How many marks do you guys think the last 2 parts of each of Q2 3 and 5 was worth?
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    Also how did you do the un and tn for Q5
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    (Original post by danielhx)
    how would u go about explaining the areas bit for the bilateral functions? i argued that both upper and lower limits were the same?
    I translated it graphically. So i reflected it then shifted it. Since the both functions where equal all the ys where the same but the x values swapped over.
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    (Original post by redsquared)
    I put 6/5^4
    It was definitely this value
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    (Original post by louisforrest)
    I got 10 combinations but didn't use any logic just that b had to be applied 3 times and a twice or something then I justsat for ages and worked out the combinations. got 107 for c I think
    Yeah 108 = 2^2 * 3^3 so you needed a twice and b thrice.

    Then 5!/(2! * 3!) came to 10.
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    i got (6/5)^4
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    All I know is that I got full 15 for Q4, I remember getting radius 9 and the angle being pi/6 I forgot what I put for the area though.
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    (Original post by SM-)
    How many marks do you guys think the last 2 parts of each of Q2 3 and 5 was worth?
    Last part of Q3 probably wasn't worth much.

    Last part of Q2 and Q5 will probably be worth a lot as they were incredibly difficult.
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    I just got 6/5, maybe I made a mistake somewhere
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    (Original post by hammyt1404)
    i got (6/5)^4
    I put that but don't know why😂
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    (Original post by AmanGottu)
    Ya im actually so stupid i messed that up.
    The short cut was 5 choose 3 or you could have calculated 5 choose 2
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    Values of A, B, C for Q5?
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    MCQs:
    1) l^105
    2) 2-root2
    3)didn't do
    4)2 for even 3 for odd
    5) the one that had a positive value for y when X=1, and also passed through the origin
    6) didn't do
    7) 3
    8) a<(6/5)^4
    9) didn't do
    10) b
 
 
 
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