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    Do you guys think an A will be above or below 60?
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    (Original post by gandalf029)
    Did we have to calculate equation of the target, or the normal?
    Normal, but u had to know the grad of tangent and use 1/m to get -2.
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    (Original post by harper0057)
    was it not stretch in the y direction scale factor 3 for question 6
    Yeah I put that too
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    (Original post by Shehryar01)
    I got 4. i think they were 45,(180-45), and some decimals from the other pair.
    It asked for the solutions to the nearest degree so the decimals should be rounded; Just to let you know.
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    All you try hards are pagans . It wasn't easier than last year . and no the grade boundaries won't be higher than last years.
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    (Original post by nayo-nica)
    how many marks was 9a. worth?
    9a) 4 marks
    9b) 4 marks
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    (Original post by Azi16)
    Normal, but u had to know the grad of tangent and use 1/m to get -2.

    Dammit!!!
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    (Original post by ew509)
    All you try hards are pagans . It wasn't easier than last year . and no the grade boundaries won't be higher than last years.
    Of course it makes people pagans for putting effort into an exam you've studied for a year. You're not Dizzee Rascal like you apparently think so sit down.
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    how many marks was the last part of the sequence and series question
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    3(x^3 +1)^1/2 translation, I took the 3 in the sqrt and times everything by nine, you then had the same equation as before but with a 9 in front of the x^3 resulting in scale factor 1/9??
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    I got all of those
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    (Original post by tajtsracc)
    Do you guys think an A will be above or below 60?
    I imagine 60-63 for an A, it had similar difficulty to the 2015 paper overall


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    what was the equation for the line we had to draw?
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    (Original post by willfmair)
    Of course it makes people pagans for putting effort into an exam you've studied for a year. You're not Dizzee Rascal like you apparently think so sit down.
    dizzee rascal uno stfu ur nans dead.
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    (Original post by d14m)
    I imagine 60-63 for an A, it had similar difficulty to the 2015 paper overall
    Wasn't an A 58 in the 2015 paper?
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    I thought the transformation question was a stretch with scale factor 25 damn
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    that was a hard paper, anyone agree ?
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    (Original post by money-for-all)
    that was a hard paper, anyone agree ?
    yh i reckon i dropped 20 marks
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    (Original post by ew509)
    dizzee rascal uno stfu ur nans dead.
    U a real hard roadman yknow
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    I thought it was stretched by s.f25
 
 
 
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