Edexcel A2 C3 Mathematics 12th June 2015 Watch

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(Original post by anndz3007)
-ln11/20=-(ln11-ln20)=ln20-ln11=ln20/11
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Worried, how about you?
well I was okay until I looked at June 2013 paper
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Predictions for 90 ums.
100 ums - 74
90 ums - 67
A - 61
B - 54
C - 47
D - 40
E - 31

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Thank you! cant believe I missed that....
happens ...
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QUESTION 7- struggling with C
Anyone able to help??
I think its quite straightforward just not getting it
https://07a69ccf283966549a9350d1a669...%20Edexcel.pdf

EDIT - Done it now, dont know how I didnt see it
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(Original post by nayilgervinho)
Predictions for 90 ums.
One would think that the difficulty of a paper can only be assessed once the paper has actually been seen.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=517&v=6E95L7HOivw

Near the end he has 4 solutions,

wouldnt 360 also be a solution as they want a range 0 - 360 and precisely at 360, x = 0 ?
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(Original post by nbofni)
But how do you solve the quadratic?

I got x^2(a) +x(k) +a = 0

How would you solve a quadratic like this???
I just did it and you don't need to go that route. It tells you that g(x) is a tangent to P and cuts it at Q; you can find out the gradient at P and therefore draw g(x) on the graph which will start you off
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(Original post by TeeEm)
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can paint a thousand pictures ^^ , i doubt its good
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When its Rcos(x-alpha)

Do we work out alpha the same as Rcos(x+alpha)

I swear in the morning I thought we flip for minus, but now just done an example lost 6 accuracy marks FFS

pls someone help me out
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Why has 3sinx from the question changed to 3cosx, how did they get to this stage ?? the model answer matches the mark scheme
it is being differentiated so 3sinx differentiated becomes 3cosx
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(Original post by Egg1)
Do we need to know-

- Half angle formula
- factor formula
- Proving double angle formula

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I have done most of the c3 papers and to my knowledge factor formulae has never come up (I might be wrong though so dont hold me to that)
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(Original post by suyoof123)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=517&v=6E95L7HOivw

Near the end he has 4 solutions,

wouldnt 360 also be a solution as they want a range 0 - 360 and precisely at 360, x = 0 ?
It's more than or equal to 0, but only less than 360. Not less than or equal to 360.
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(Original post by ThePrestigeUK)
When its Rcos(x-alpha)

Do we work out alpha the same as Rcos(x+alpha)

I swear in the morning I thought we flip for minus, but now just done an example lost 6 accuracy marks FFS

pls someone help me out
alpha is tan^-1 B/A
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quadratic formula
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Do we need to know any proofs
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no because it is less than 360 not equal to, (there is no line under the less sign)

(Original post by suyoof123)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=517&v=6E95L7HOivw

Near the end he has 4 solutions,

wouldnt 360 also be a solution as they want a range 0 - 360 and precisely at 360, x = 0 ?
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It's more than or equal to 0, but only less than 360. Not less than or equal to 360.
Cannot believe I also missed that.,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Thank you kind sir for making that clear.
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Can anyone recommend any hard trig questions involving negative trig/angles?


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June 2014 R paper is disgusting
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