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Edexcel IGCSE Mathematics A - Paper 3H - 2016 - Unofficial Mark Scheme watch

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    (Original post by izak)
    1000 + 2100 = 3100 so 3100/6000 x 100 = 52%
    i added the original 24% opps.... i didn't do well on this paper
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    What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
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    (Original post by ZoeN2)
    What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
    78ish
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    (Original post by ZoeN2)
    What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
    80% a*
    65% a
    58% b
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    I mean for for all of them. I am hoping for a B as maths is my worst subject..
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    58 is way too high for a B! Did you find the paper hard?
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    A* = 84?
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    (Original post by ZoeN2)
    58 is way too high for a B! Did you find the paper hard?
    slightly 99% sure got a* though not as hard as the paper from january
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    What about a B grade?
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    (Original post by aintnobody)
    K<(or equal to) 2.5
    And the greatest number k could = was 2

    The gradient was 4/3 so y=4/3x-1

    The person got 3,100 rupees
    Nice one mate, problem is it asked for an integer, and it was 3/4 as the gradient because you got the formula wrong. It didn't ask for y=mx+c it asked for ax+by=c so keep it up
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    there was a question where you had to prove some equation Q18 maybe
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    (Original post by Benjbob123)
    Yes I know. That GCSETANK guy doesn't know what he's talking about so don't listen to him
    Awkward how i just asked my teacher and he got the same answer.....
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    What was the question with the ball in the straight line??i differentiated twice and got 2 ???
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    (Original post by Bubble111)
    What was the question with the ball in the straight line??i differentiated twice and got 2 ???
    well done
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    (Original post by IGCSETANK)
    You were given 4.5cm which you have to convert to MM via the multiplication of 10, giving you 45cm.
    The upper bound value of 45 is 45.5, hence you have 45.5MM
    Divide this by your MM value, which was 3. This needs to be a lower bound to produce a maximum value and so you should divide by 2.5MM ( question stated 3MM to nearest MILIMETRE).
    This would have given you 18
    what did you get for the vases question 471 or something near that ?
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    (Original post by IGCSETANK)
    Awkward how i just asked my teacher and he got the same answer.....
    pretty sure you go to the worst school in the country
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    (Original post by WhiteX)
    what did you get for the vases question 471 or something near that ?
    102.4
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    idk but wasn't the question about the spheres and cube 1439
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    (Original post by TSlayerr)
    A* = 84?
    wtf please no
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    (Original post by izak)
    104.2
    did you have to get the sf sqroot it then cube it then use it?
 
 
 
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