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    Can someone go through that question 6? I had no clue :')
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    (Original post by blinin7)
    What the **** was that.

    I did every past paper since 2005 & all the solomon ones, getting 100UMS recently.

    I dropped AT LEAST 20 marks GUARANTEED In this. I cant ******* believe it. The highest mark i can realistically get is low B high C.

    Honestly never felt so bad after an exam, was on course for A* all year, thats completely gone....
    Whilst I was never gonna get an A*, I share the sentiment that wtf was this paper.
    I was hoping for around 57/58, be lucky if I get 40 now. There were questions in there that I'd never expected or even seen.

    Now C4 as well. Great.
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    What did everyone get for the tan(A+B) question?
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    Who wants to sell all their possessions with me and become a farmer?
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    (Original post by Zaaaako)
    Who wants to sell all their possessions with me and become a farmer?
    Count me in.
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    (Original post by Agent47_)
    What did everyone get for the tan(A+B) question?
    1/13 and 3/4
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    (Original post by Jmedi)
    1/13 and 3/4
    Agreed
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    (Original post by Agent47_)
    What did everyone get for the tan(A+B) question?
    1/13 and 3/4
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    1 y=12x=15

    2 4x-4Inx-1/x

    3 1/13 and 3/4

    4 (i) Show that
    (ii) 5/2

    5 a=6 b=5

    6(i) Sketch
    (ii) 0.242
    (iii) x= 0.242 and y=-0.133

    7(i) any real values of g(x) and f(x) is greater and equal to 3
    (ii) f is not a one to one function inverse function of g(x) is x+4a/5
    (iii) x= 3a/2 and -5a/2

    8(i) Show that
    (ii) 4+2root 2
    (iii) only pie/6
    (iv) 32 sin

    Any guess for the grade boundaries for an A*?
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    Can anyone help me with what i can do about this? I sat my C3 exam this morning and was given a seat that was much higher than my table(sounds stupid so far, i know) but as someone who has suffered from light occasional back pain for a few years, this caused s much discomfort that i was in serious pain throughout the entire exam (and that was with painkillers) does anyone know if there is anything i can do about this?
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    Sorry for missing one question

    128 and 65.358
    31 years
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    (Original post by daniellon)
    1 y=12x=15

    2 4x-4Inx-1/x

    3 1/13 and 3/4

    4 (i) Show that
    (ii) 5/2

    5 a=6 b=5

    6(i) Sketch
    (ii) 0.242
    (iii) x= 0.242 and y=-0.133

    7(i) any real values of g(x) and f(x) is greater and equal to 3
    (ii) f is not a one to one function inverse function of g(x) is x+4a/5
    (iii) x= 3a/2 and -5a/2

    8(i) Show that
    (ii) 4+2root 2
    (iii) only pie/6
    (iv) 32 sin

    Any guess for the grade boundaries for an A*?
    All agreed. Think I got something slightly different for the y coordinate in 6ii) but that's because I used the exact root from 6i)

    I'm going to say 69/72 - 100 UMS
    62/72 - A*
    55/72 - A
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    The four parts of the last question were 4,3,3,2 in that order, but can't remember the graph one
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    (Original post by Keebsclark)
    Can anyone help me with what i can do about this? I sat my C3 exam this morning and was given a seat that was much higher than my table(sounds stupid so far, i know) but as someone who has suffered from light occasional back pain for a few years, this caused s much discomfort that i was in serious pain throughout the entire exam (and that was with painkillers) does anyone know if there is anything i can do about this?
    See your exams officer and they will apply for special consideration. You will get a small percentage (maybe 3%, so about 2 raw marks) added on to your total mark. Probably would have been better to say something when you sat down before the exam started.
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    How many UMS would 69/70 marks get ?
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    what were the values of tanA and tanB? (not the actual answer)
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    Difficult paper.
    Hopefully low grade boundaries.
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...BE3Ik_8wE/edit
    Can we get filling this out?
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    (Original post by Heskeyj)
    How many UMS would 69/70 marks get ?
    If you mean 69/72 then just 100 UMS I reckon
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    (Original post by Funky_Giraffe)
    what were the values of tanA and tanB? (not the actual answer)

    Tan A = -3 or 4
    Tan B = 3

    If I remember correctly
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    (Original post by Mathematicus65)
    All agreed. Think I got something slightly different for the y coordinate in 6ii) but that's because I used the exact root from 6i)

    I'm going to say 69/72 - 100 UMS
    62/72 - A*
    55/72 - A
    For 6(iii) x= -0.242 not 0.242
 
 
 
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