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    (Original post by singhz_rule)
    guys is the paper leaked? apparently it has been leaked??
    Keep dreaming

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    For q6 can someone please explain how i know when to use ar^n or ar^n-1

    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...e_20100111.pdf
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    (Original post by TrentL)
    Hi guys How do you do a log question if the bases are different and you have to find x, for example Log (base x) 5 - Log (base y) 3 thanks
    It won't happen, promise. It's impossible (I'm a maths teacher)
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    (Original post by ST_123)
    For q6 can someone please explain how i know when to use ar^n or ar^n-1
    What paper

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    Does anyone know if there are additional guidance sections for the solomon papers anywhere? I made a silly mistake on one of the questions and can't tell how many marks I'd lose for it...
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    What formulas for shapes do we need t know? Like if they give some ****ed shape, how do we find volume. Ahhhhh
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    (Original post by NightHazel)
    Does anyone know if there are additional guidance sections for the solomon papers anywhere? I made a silly mistake on one of the questions and can't tell how many marks I'd lose for it...
    I would worry about it now

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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    It won't happen, promise. It's impossible (I'm a maths teacher)
    any predictions?
    any last minute tips?
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    (Original post by AffirmedCube)
    The last thing you want to do before any exam is an all nighter! You will be cramming information into your brain that it won't even retain when you get into the exam hall.

    The best thing you can do for yourself is get a good night's sleep. Stay up till 1 max and get to sleep if you really want to do yourself service for the C2 paper.

    But that's just my 2 cents... (or pennies, in this case )
    its what i find helpful and i stress a lot so i will have a sleepless night regardless, so i might as well be productive haha
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    Make sure you revise Fermat's Last Theorem, that is very likely to come up in tomorrows exam
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    Omg youtube video on how to get leaked paper download:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

    No... looking forward to this paper though. 99% guarantee it will be a b****.
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    (Original post by Tplox)
    any predictions?
    any last minute tips?
    I thought this student room. Lol

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    GUYS REMEMBER THESE FORMULAE
    tanx=cosx/sinx
    sin^2x + cos^2x= 2
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    (Original post by NickLCFC)
    Make sure you revise Fermat's Last Theorem, that is very likely to come up in tomorrows exam
    Thats mechanics

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    (Original post by a.a.k)
    What paper

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    Jan 2010, this one, q6

    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...e_20100111.pdf
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    GUYS REMEMBER THESE FORMULAE
    tanx=cosx/sinx
    sin^2x + cos^2x= 2
    You'll confuse some people! Don't do that.

    One of the C3 identities is cosx/sinx = cotx
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    (Original post by NickLCFC)
    Make sure you revise Fermat's Last Theorem, that is very likely to come up in tomorrows exam
    Dude, **** off.
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    (Original post by frozo123)
    GUYS REMEMBER THESE FORMULAE
    tanx=cosx/sinx
    sin^2x + cos^2x= 2
    R u kidding me

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    (Original post by john123412)
    What formulas for shapes do we need t know? Like if they give some ****ed shape, how do we find volume. Ahhhhh
    what formulas do we need to know?
 
 
 
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