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• View Poll Results: will the real TeeEm please stand up
man on the desk
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man in the library with lap top
69
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man 3
13
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bodybuilder
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donkey
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man eating sandwich
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ginger
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1. (Original post by aersh8)
I see would a score of 50 be okish for this paper, or is it weak (not related to edexcel exams)?

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it is a good score.

I have several students this year which most will get A*
I would never dream of giving them these papers
I estimate their scores between 10 and 30 (out of their total)
2. (Original post by TeeEm)
it is a good score.

I have several students this year which most will get A*
I would never dream of giving them these papers
I estimate their scores between 10 and 30 (out of their total)
Oh ok, thanks! I got disappointed at first since it's not even 70% :P

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3. (Original post by aersh8)
Oh ok, thanks! I got disappointed at first since it's not even 70% :P

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70% on this paper is excellent
4. (Original post by TeeEm)
70% on this paper is excellent
5. (Original post by powelsmartin)
still a good mark
6. (Original post by TeeEm)
x
You posted this somewhere recently and I took it to try later on, though I cannot find where. As the question doesn't have a mark scheme attached, can you check my answer for part b please.

I've attached the question and my answer.
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7. (Original post by edothero)
You posted this somewhere recently and I took it to try later on, though I cannot find where. As the question doesn't have a mark scheme attached, can you check my answer for part b please.

I've attached the question and my answer.
it is correct
8. (Original post by TeeEm)
I made this beautifully disgusting question on a worded differential question during one of my lessons on Monday.
(not even in my site yet)
It is for those students who find the standard differential equations too mundane ...
I will put the solution up by Friday.
sorry about the delay of solution
(original post 108)
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9. ODE 1 (with solution).pdf (269.5 KB, 82 views)
10. (Original post by TeeEm)
Another beautifully disgusting integral, for those students who seek the somewhat exotic ....

Solution on Saturday
solution from post 114
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11. LIVE AT ALEXANDRA'S (with solution).pdf (180.4 KB, 57 views)
12. (Original post by TeeEm)
Another beautifully disgusting integral, for the sumos of integration ....

Attachment 410959410961
Solution on Saturday

solution in post 170
solution from post 119
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13. LIVE AT LUCY'S (with solution).pdf (167.8 KB, 104 views)
14. (Original post by TeeEm)
For several days there are some annoying comments that I am Arsey and Arsey is me!

For the record we are 2 separate individuals.

Arsey is clearly a teacher (currently working in school covering the EDEXCEL board).
Having immediate access to the papers he puts his personal time up to write solutions for the users of this forum.
He is clearly a busy man as he only frequents TSR around exams times.

I by contrast do not have direct access to papers and instead, having semi-retired for a while now, I write my own (IYGB which are available free on my site) and occasionally I help out students.

I am sure Arsey will say he is not me!

On a lighter note please vote on who do you think is really me in one of the 7 pictures in my profile.
I never even thought you were Arsey!
15. (Original post by Emmi12345)
I never even thought you were Arsey!
a lot of people did ...
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16. Are you the man with the laptop?
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Or none of the above...?
17. (Original post by TeeEm)
Two brand new differential equations with related rates of change suitable for EDEXCEL students mainly.
They were made in one of my revision lesson today, and are of "general consumption difficulty" as my student finds the topic hard. Solutions on Sunday
Another two brand new differential equations with related rates of change suitable for EDEXCEL students mainly.
(Will try to post solutions on Sunday together with those at post 156)
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18. NEW ODE 3.pdf (18.8 KB, 55 views)
19. NEW ODE 4.pdf (20.5 KB, 58 views)
20. (Original post by Emmi12345)
Are you the man with the laptop?
Spoiler:
Show
Or none of the above...?
I am definitely one of the seven pictures which appear in my profile
21. (Original post by TeeEm)
I am definitely one of the seven pictures which appear in my profile
Are you the body builder?

I think you are.
22. (Original post by Xin Xang)
Are you the body builder?

I think you are.
any of the seven ...
23. (Original post by Xin Xang)
Are you the body builder?

I think you are.
If he isn't the ginger cat. I'll eat my hat....
24. (Original post by TeeEm)
Another two brand new differential equations with related rates of change suitable for EDEXCEL students mainly.
(Will try to post solutions on Sunday together with those at post 156)

Solutions to the 4 differential equations with related variables, which were posted in the last few days
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25. NEW ODE 1 (with solution).pdf (110.1 KB, 59 views)
26. NEW ODE 2 (with solution).pdf (114.7 KB, 53 views)
27. NEW ODE 3 (with solution).pdf (122.9 KB, 54 views)
28. NEW ODE 4 (with solution).pdf (176.9 KB, 79 views)
29. Apologies that I am using this thread like my office during exams...

The trigonometry question I am posting is for the very able as a challenge ...
you may post attempts if you wish.

I will post the solution on Tuesday
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30. HE HE.pdf (10.0 KB, 61 views)

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