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    no, you had to take away the original length of 4 away from the 9 to get 5
    9-4=5
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    That's what I got
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    What do you think will be the grade boundary for an A*?
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    21 b is wrong the answer is 5/9
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    (Original post by Sloth123456)
    What do you think will be the grade boundary for an A*?
    I think an A* grade will be between 80-83, possibly 82 mate.
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    (Original post by Tim_OGDYCA)
    I think an A* grade will be between 80-83, possibly 82 mate.
    Ok, thank you so much!
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    Does anyone have a copy of the paper please?
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    (Original post by jamesj477)
    No that's wrong. If OM was p, and OM was 1/4 of ON, then ON = 4 x p = 4p
    Yeah you are right : I found the paper and correct anwers online and turns out i misread the question. Oh well, I can settle for 99.
    And yes it was 9-4=5
    I'm gonna go find it again...
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    (Original post by Martins1)
    Yeah you are right : I found the paper and correct anwers online and turns out i misread the question. Oh well, I can settle for 99.
    And yes it was 9-4=5
    I'm gonna go find it again...
    Could you give a link to the paper and correct answers you found please? That would be amazing
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    (Original post by Sloth123456)
    Could you give a link to the paper and correct answers you found please? That would be amazing
    Still looking for it, sorry
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    (Original post by Martins1)
    Still looking for it, sorry
    No problem it'll probs pop up somewhere!
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    (Original post by Martins1)
    Still looking for it, sorry
    Sorry to ask but where did you find the paper? I could do with it a lot
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    (Original post by Sloth123456)
    No problem it'll probs pop up somewhere!
    (Original post by Milena1810)
    Sorry to ask but where did you find the paper? I could do with it a lot
    Got it:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2e...RUVDdUZEU/view
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    You're AMAZING thank you!
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    (Original post by Sloth123456)
    You're AMAZING thank you!
    No problemo
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    If on the last functions question 17d i answered with x=4 and not (or x=1) will i lose a mark?
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    Thanks very much! Really appreciate it! :-)
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    For 17d I used quadratic formula and got a long decimal was I meant to round it functions question
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    96% in 4h 91% 3h hell yeah
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    What do you think 123 would be as a grade
 
 
 
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