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...how?
B and D, because x^2+4x+2x-x^2=6x, as 2x+4x=6x and x^2+-x^2=0
2. (Original post by Ano123)
Any takers?
3. (Original post by Ano123)
Do you not understand how to do it?
nope, i'm doing foundation math, desperately need a C grade but can barely understand half of the questions in the past papers.
4. (Original post by chrlhyms)
mine wasn't but my maths teacher gave me it as an A* prediction booklet for this year
hi which prediction booklet is this?
5. (Original post by stressedoutt)
hi which prediction booklet is this?
im not sure! sorry my teacher just gave it to me
6. Any predictions??

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7. (Original post by hamza772000)

So
8. (Original post by chrlhyms)
im not sure! sorry my teacher just gave it to me
Okay np! ahah its okay
9. (Original post by Ano123)

So
Ahh, now I understand, X=-1. Thanks a lot for your explanation.
BTW, sorry for the late reply.
10. (Original post by ihatehannah)
Make them juicy because this year they have made gcse maths much harder, i'll start us off,http://prntscr.com/b6fzjk
Thats got to be a level
11. (Original post by ihatehannah)
x= -1?
how did you work this out?

12. Am I looking at this wrong or should the values I've circled be '4.505' and '4.495'??
13. (Original post by Tasha_140)

Am I looking at this wrong or should the values I've circled be '4.505' and '4.495'??
No the values are right I'm pretty sure
14. http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/resources/june2016p1ans.pdf
here's a predicted paper for tomorrow
15. (Original post by hafsa473)
No the values are right I'm pretty sure

But isn't the upper bound of 4.50 correct to 2d.p 4.505? And the lower bound should be 4.495?
16. (Original post by Tasha_140)
But isn't the upper bound of 4.50 correct to 2d.p 4.505? And the lower bound should be 4.495?
Oh wait maybe yeah
sorry bout that it would be 4.505 and 4.495
17. (Original post by ihatehannah)
Make them juicy because this year they have made gcse maths much harder, i'll start us off,http://prntscr.com/b6fzjk
not sure if this is correct:

http://imgur.com/KtqUF3s

only in year 11
18. so as the angle at the centre is double the angle at the circumference this means that .
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since ABCD is a quadrilateral with all vertices on the circumference of the circle and ABC is opposite angle to ADC.
If anyone wants me to go on I can I have the full solution but it takes ages to write here.
19. (Original post by haarithiop)
not sure if this is correct:

http://imgur.com/KtqUF3s

only in year 11
It's a year 11 question.

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