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    Do u think the grade boundaries will be higher than 170 for an A* because so many has found the paper easy compared to last year!


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    I got 135/136 altogether, would that be an A overall? 60 in 1 and 75 in 2
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    (Original post by ala23)
    can anyone please explain question on the fuel? i adding on the 2 journey to work and back and the parking fee but got something around 30?
    Do u remember what the question was? Because I need help with that as well lol


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    (Original post by MovedMasterMike)
    For question 3, I PUT x=37/4 INSTEAD OF 9.25. Will I still get all the marks???
    I am not sure. I thought that because it is a calculator exam you had to put it as 9.25 you will deff get most marks. If not all
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    (Original post by Mathsteacherwess)
    Yes you get the marks for that
    You'd probably lose one mark but I think you'd get full.


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    Could someone kindly provide the working out for question 17, the trigonometry and Pythagoras theorem one?
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    Do you think I could get 3/6 marks if I only worked it out until the 40.0052 degrees part?
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    Well I think the only question I got wrong is question 21....on which I put 14.4 as the greatest. I'm not sure.

    About the last one I got 80.1 and did get 80.4 while checking in the other way. I think it's only a matter of how precisely you keep your previous calculation. I kept previous figures to 2 decimal places and got 80.1 'n confident that my process can't be wrong.
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    Well I think the only question I got wrong is question 21....on which I put 14.4 as the greatest. I'm not sure.

    About the last one I got 80.1 and did get 80.4 while checking in the other way. I think it's only a matter of how precisely you keep your previous calculation. I kept previous figures to 2 decimal places and got 80.1 'n confident that my process can't be wrong. I reckon the examiner will allow a range for the answer.
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    (Original post by DamnDaniel2)
    Do u remember what the question was? Because I need help with that as well lol


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    (Original post by ala23)
    can anyone please explain question on the fuel? i adding on the 2 journey to work and back and the parking fee but got something around 30?
    okay so the question was how much did it cost every week..and they gave u this info
    parking costs 3.50
    he travels to work and back from there to home
    to work is 18 miles
    45.2 miles is 1 gallon
    1 gallon is 4.546
    1litre costs 136.9 pence

    Parking is 3.50 * 5 = 17.50 - put that to the side
    travel to work is 18 * 2 (to work and home) * 5 which is 180 miles
    do 180/45.2 to find how many gallons that is and its 3...something, keep the number and dont round it off
    do the answer for the top part * 4.546 to find out how much litres
    the answer is around 18... something, again dont round it off. use the answer for the next part (18...) and multiply it by 136.9 pence
    divide the answer from that by 100 to get it in pounds, the answer for that is 24.7837460177. You obviously can not round that down to 24.78 because the extra part doe snot just disappear so you round it up to 24.79. Then you do 24.79 + 17.50 and u get 42.29..
    right?
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    (Original post by yakaderi)
    Do you think I could get 3/6 marks if I only worked it out until the 40.0052 degrees part?
    I was told this is 2 marks
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    (Original post by Djstacks)
    For the stratified sampling i rounded 10.8 to 10 instead of 11, will i lose a mark?
    I done the same
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    Wasn't the last question like 1/2 * 7 * 8 Sin(X) = 18


    56Sin(x) = 36

    Sin^-1(36/56) = X

    x = 40

    ???

    I think I did it wrong then.
    i did the exact same. do we atleast get a single mark?
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    (Original post by erodedsoul)
    Same, the paper was pretty easy but I did rush at the end


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    Well I think the only question I got wrong is question 21....on which I put 14.4 as the greatest and got answer
    28.75 instead. I'm not sure.

    About the last one I got 80.1 and did get 80.4 while checking in the other way. I think it's only a matter of how precisely you keep your previous calculation. I kept previous figures to 2 decimal places and got 80.1 'n confident that my process can't be wrong. I reckon the examiner will allow a range for the answer.
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    Does anyone remember how to do the colins car journey qeustion i cant remember what i put and its bothering me (like worked example or the seperate prices of parking and petrol)
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    I got half of them wrong so gutted
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    How much for a C
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    that was to find the bottom right angle originally labeled C, you had to find the top angle after that using the cosine rule
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    (Original post by StarxScreamx)
    i did the exact same. do we atleast get a single mark?
    you will get 1 maybe 2 marks
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    Ok I found an unofficial markshemeName:  CkhMO8GXIAAUj5Y.jpg
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