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# Maths Ocr 2016 C1 Watch

1. (Original post by Bobby21231)
Here our my answers for the questions I remember for people to compare to. This was the hardest paper I have ever done.
Surds question -1/4 +3/4root5
Circles tangents first one 2x-20 and second one 2x+10 and radius r<2 (but I'm sure this is wrong)
Last question 18root27/12 this is equivalent to 27 hopefully I will still get full marks
Indices 2^-6 and 2^13/3
Discriminant k< something or k>5
Transformation (x-2)^2(3-x) and stretch parallel to the y axis by scale factor 1/2 (don't think these are right)
Coefficient of x^3 is -10
I'll add more when I remmber them
Translation I got x^2(5-x) and I think the r question was 0<r<3√5-5
2. I really hope so, I completely messed up the last question and think I have lost around 6 marks for the rest of the paper, hoping for a boundary around 56 to be sure of an A
3. Made such a stupid mistake for got that M1 x M2 = -1, so my equation of the tangent was wrong
4. what did everyone get for the Y coordinate of the normal to the curve? maybe question 8 or 9 I can't remember
5. (Original post by AlfieH)
Translation I got x^2(5-x) and I think the r question was 0<r<3√5-5
Yeah I thought I got both of them wrong how about the others did u get the same
what did everyone get for the Y coordinate of the normal to the curve? maybe question 8 or 9 I can't remember
I got 50.25 how about you
what did everyone get for the Y coordinate of the normal to the curve? maybe question 8 or 9 I can't remember
201/4...
8. I got root 20 for that question
9. Does anyone remember the equation they got for the translation ?
what did everyone get for the Y coordinate of the normal to the curve? maybe question 8 or 9 I can't remember
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11. For the indices question how did people get Indices 2^-6. Surely 2^5 divided by 2^7 +2^-2 therefore 1/4. I think you are wrong
12. (Original post by AlfieH)
Translation I got x^2(5-x) and I think the r question was 0<r<3√5-5
I got r < or equal to 2

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13. This thread has given me so much hope
14. (Original post by julesaquilina)
I said that at the point (could be B? The one with the h) i said the one with the h would have a steeper gradient than at point A but i wasnt sure
Yeah I just said it was a positive gradient.
15. (Original post by MrCoolVille)
For the indices question how did people get Indices 2^-6. Surely 2^5 divided by 2^7 +2^-2 therefore 1/4. I think you are wrong
It was all to the power of 3
16. (Original post by Bobby21231)
Yeah I thought I got both of them wrong how about the others did u get the same
no bobby is right, go to https://www.desmos.com/calculator and copy/paste y=x^2\left(3-x\right) and y=\left(x-2\right)^2\left(5-x\right) into the left side.
17. (Original post by AlfieH)
Yeah I just said it was a positive gradient.
You had to comment on the fact that at A, h=0, and as the gradient is 20 + 2h, the gradient at A is 20.At least I think so!
18. Does anyone remember the exact question for second part of indices the one like 5*4^... etc i can't remember it
19. (Original post by AlfieH)
Does anybody remember the question to do with points A and B? It was y=2x^2 and A was h and B was h+5... that's all I remember. There was a proof question to prove the gradient was something?
What did you get for the equation of the normal to the tangent at A?
20. (Original post by JackA123)
201/4...
I got that too!! Wasnt sure of it though

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