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# Edexcel M2/M3 June 6th/10th 2013 watch

1. can anyone clarify something for me. in the syllabus it says C3 is a prerequisit to M2 but then it goes on too say that differentiation will only be that expected in C2. then in my textbook their are questions about differenciating trig functions and chain rule etc. so what exactly do i need to knwo from C3
thanks
2. (Original post by JayJay95)
Hey guys

Cab anyone explain 8c in the jan 2010 paper as i literally have no idea how the answer comes about. Same with 7b i dont know where the '6' comes from

Thanks

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(Original post by Hamburglar)
I second this, 8c just looks really weird and the mark scheme doesn't explain it well.

Thanks
(Original post by Anonymous1717)
So do I :/

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3. Does anyone know roughly how many raw marks I will need for M2 for 30-40UMS ?
4. (Original post by ol7)
Does anyone know roughly how many raw marks I will need for M2 for 30-40UMS ?
usually 40-41/75 for 40 ums

but is sometimes in the 30s
5. (Original post by ol7)
Does anyone know roughly how many raw marks I will need for M2 for 30-40UMS ?
(Original post by nahomyemane778)
usually 40-41/75 for 40 ums

but is sometimes in the 30s
No its never in the 40s, its at the lowest late 20s and highest late 30s, averages at 33 34

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6. (Original post by JenniS)
Hey,

I couldn't find a page already set up for M2 and M3 this summer so I thought I'd create one. If there's already a thread please send me to it

But yeh post questions, tips, standard stuff etc

hows M3 going, i really need help, can you help me?
7. (Original post by study beats)
hows M3 going, i really need help, can you help me?
I'm not very good at M3, I'll have a go? if I can't hopefully someone else here can
8. (Original post by JenniS)
I'm not very good at M3, I'll have a go? if I can't hopefully someone else here can
are u doing M3?
9. (Original post by study beats)
are u doing M3?
yeh, a week on monday....
10. (Original post by MLogan)
If our paper is anything like the jan 10 paper , Good Bye Uni :'(
It won't be anything like Jan 10
11. (Original post by JenniS)
yeh, a week on monday....
do u wanna go through past papers with me then?
12. (Original post by matthew mc I)
can anyone clarify something for me. in the syllabus it says C3 is a prerequisit to M2 but then it goes on too say that differentiation will only be that expected in C2. then in my textbook their are questions about differenciating trig functions and chain rule etc. so what exactly do i need to knwo from C3
thanks
you in yr 12? I'd say trig functions like inverse trig functions and addition rule, double angle formula, (but these are given in the formula booklet under the C3 section), C3 differentiation has never come up so I don't think we'll need to know it.
13. (Original post by JenniS)
yeh, a week on monday....
You'll be fine, I've got FP1 on that day
14. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
It won't be anything like Jan 10
lol How could you be so sure ?
15. (Original post by MLogan)
lol How could you be so sure ?
Jan 2010 was clearly an outlier
16. there gonna r4p3333333 us next week with the m2 paper Jan 13 was a jokeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
17. (Original post by TheGoldenRatio)
there gonna r4p3333333 us next week with the m2 paper Jan 13 was a jokeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Except for Q7...
18. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
Except for Q7...
only part C
19. (Original post by TheGoldenRatio)
only part C
All you had to do was Speed of B > Speed of A
20. (Original post by Boy_wonder_95)
All you had to do was Speed of B > Speed of A
if it was only that then why were u complaining p

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