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    (Original post by particlestudent)
    He got the same inequalities as me but he wrote them separately. I'm asking you why we had to write them separately?
    Even i got same ineq. But from graph see the shaded region its not together but seperate so had to write it seperately.

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    (Original post by Krollo)
    You mean you used d=0?
    There's nothing wrong with that at all, and I'm sure you'd get the marks if you got 80

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    yes, thats what I mean. I just thought it might be a "silly" method.
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    (Original post by usmanzubair)
    Even i got same ineq. But from graph see the shaded region its not together but seperate so had to write it seperately.

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    Oh crap.

    I guess that's an answer mark gone.
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    (Original post by usmanzubair)
    70/75 happy
    MashaAllah

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    I got the same, hopefully it will be over 90% and then I'll only need a B in stats haha-Stat's is the worst module out of m1,C2,C1,d1,d2 and fp1
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    (Original post by Arsey)
    Here are my solutions.

    I didn't think it was an 'easy' paper, quite a few questions with tricky parts.

    Expect average(ish) boundaries.
    Could I have done x=log(base2)(1/8)?
    And do you think these boundaries will be higher/lower than last year?


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    (Original post by Mutleybm1996)
    Could I have done x=log(base2)(1/8)?
    And do you think these boundaries will be higher/lower than last year?


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    Yes. Nothing wrong with that.

    Grade boundaries will probably be a bit lower.

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    On Q7b, how many marks would one lose for not doing anything after finding the two values for y?
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    (Original post by particlestudent)
    Oh crap.

    I guess that's an answer mark gone.
    Same here

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    (Original post by Jack Xerxes)
    On Q7b, how many marks would one lose for not doing anything after finding the two values for y?
    Probably two.

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    Check assisttutor.com for unofficial mark scheme


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    (Original post by Krollo)
    Yes. Nothing wrong with that.

    Grade boundaries will probably be a bit lower.

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    whats you predictions?
    60 - A
    54 - B are mine
    yours?
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    (Original post by naxiv)
    whats you predictions?
    60 - A
    54 - B are mine
    yours?
    Marginally higher. I'm saying 61-62 for an A. You look about right with the B though imo.

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    (Original post by usmanzubair)
    Same here

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    Hopefully 74/75 is 100UMS
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    Wouldn't it be k=12 if n=11
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    (Original post by particlestudent)
    I don't understand, my inequalities are exactly the same as Arsey's just together.:confused:

    3-2sqrt2>p>3+2sqrt2

    Isn't that the same as p<3-2sqrt2 and p>3+2sqrt2????
    I tried to draw it to kinda explain. Don't worry you probably lost a mark at most.
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    (Original post by NotNotBatman)
    Same, I'm really disappointed since I accidentally missed one of the questions (lost 4 marks) and made silly mistakes that I wouldn't normally make.
    exactly
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    DAM for the factorising question i multiplied by - to get a positive 4xsquared, to make it easer to factorise and then used all those values for drawing the graphs!!!! HOW MANY MARKS WILL I LOSE!?!?!?!?
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    (Original post by Krollo)
    Marginally higher. I'm saying 61-62 for an A. You look about right with the B though imo.

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    The way i think i got 61 or 62....
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    In Q6 in the differentiation, I wrote the first term as 2x^3/x then said it is 2x^-3 instead of 1/2x^-3... This led to me doing all of the 10 mark question wrong due to this one little mistake. Will I lose many marks? Will I get follow through marks if my method is right? ((
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    (Original post by Yousf)
    DAM for the factorising question i multiplied by - to get a positive 4xsquared, to make it easer to factorise and then used all those values for drawing the graphs!!!! HOW MANY MARKS WILL I LOSE!?!?!?!?
    I use to do that a lot but then i realised it has to be equal to something for that to work :/ you'll get all the marks up until that error
 
 
 
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