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# Edexcel FP2 Official 2016 Exam Thread - 8th June 2016 watch

1. (Original post by callum9977)
Well I got this too
I got that too but you have to take the e to the other side after plus c so you get 1/5(2sinx-cosx+e^-2x)
2. (Original post by hank_the_tank)
(IAL)
hmm wt i remember is this

1. Method of difference 5/51
2. Inequality
3 1st order
4,5,6 series + second order + transformation
7 polar graph
8 cosine
9 complex graph
Yes, I think that's correct. Thanks!
Although I think I got 1/51 on 1(c).
3. (Original post by MathematicGenius)
Easiest Fp2 paper. Q4 was a godsend. Cant believe it came up again. I predict a high grade boundary. I only started 2 days ago only doing exams papers. Gonna get that 100ums
I feel you bro
Most enjoyable fp2 paper I've done
4. Alternative method for the 1ODE in 4b

apologies for my crap scanner + handwriting

5. (Original post by Student403)
Alternative method for the 1ODE in 4b

apologies for my crap scanner + handwriting

Do you have 4a?
6. how many marks was 4b ? i thought i was 4 marks know someone said its 7
7. the exam was almost as hard as my **** whilst doing it !!! XD
8. (Original post by anndz3007)
how many marks was 4b ? i thought i was 4 marks know someone said its 7
7 not 4

4ai was 4
9. (Original post by MathematicGenius)
Easiest Fp2 paper. Q4 was a godsend. Cant believe it came up again. I predict a high grade boundary. I only started 2 days ago only doing exams papers. Gonna get that 100ums
I'm guessing that the most excitement you get in life is from solving some maths question so you have to compensate by being a **** and making everyone else feel **** just to make you feel better about yourself. I pity you.
10. (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
2 days? Amateur. People who are actually good at maths don't even learn the material, they just derive it in the exam
Turn up to FP3, open the paper, write down "1. 0 is a natural number. 2. for every natural number x, x = x...".
11. (Original post by Student403)
Alternative method for the 1ODE in 4b

apologies for my crap scanner + handwriting

Sooooo long
12. (Original post by kristowando)
the exam was almost as hard as my **** whilst doing it !!! XD
LOL
13. (Original post by anndz3007)
how many marks was 4b ? i thought i was 4 marks know someone said its 7
4a)
i) 4
ii) 1
4b)
i) 7
14. (Original post by dsefton)
I'm guessing that the most excitement you get in life is from solving some maths question so you have to compensate by being a **** and making everyone else feel **** just to make you feel better about yourself. I pity you.
You just bit the bait.
15. (Original post by sweeneyrod)
Turn up to FP3, open the paper, write down "1. 0 is a natural number. 2. for every natural number x, x = x...".
Zero isn't a natural number...lol
16. Can anyone confirm that for q3 (roots of the complex number), the modulus was 2? so the answers were 2e^ipi...
17. I think I've done a different solution to 4(c) so I've posted it below:
18. (Original post by Student403)
Alternative method for the 1ODE in 4b

apologies for my crap scanner + handwriting

That's a pretty cool method
19. (Original post by study.bud)
Can anyone confirm that for q3 (roots of the complex number), the modulus was 2? so the answers were 2e^ipi...

Correct
20. (Original post by Armpits)
Zero isn't a natural number...lol
Actually depends on the context/branch of study..lol

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