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    (Original post by samdavyson)
    For the histogram one I put because the class widths were not equal.

    That is a load of rubbish I know. What was the real answer?

    Continuous data

    what were answers for the v last q. i got 12/55. dus dat ring a bell?
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    anyways looks like you guys did pretty well. Most of the people from my skool found it harder than expected!
    yeah mine too - bit of a surprise after most people finding C1 comparatively easy... ah well!
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    I needed just over half a page! And I wondered the same thing.

    Oh, and 4 marks for a question where you had to do linear interpolation THREE times? WTF!? But 3 marks for a question on the d.r.v. page for about 3 lines?
    I agree, it should have been at least 6!
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    (Original post by franks)
    But it didnt say that 45 was the next highest value below 63 !!!! It just said that 63 was the only value over 45, therefore you CANNOT just randomly go drawing it on your box plot!
    Err, what?

    If 63 is the only value over 45, surely that implies that 45 was the next highest value below 63...
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    (Original post by joe_the_smoe)
    I got 93.7L

    I doubt it was 20 as someone said, cos it was a lorry on a 200 mile journey so its probably not 20.
    yeh i got that too
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    I needed just over half a page! And I wondered the same thing.

    Oh, and 4 marks for a question where you had to do linear interpolation THREE times? WTF!? But 3 marks for a question on the d.r.v. page for about 3 lines?
    LOL!

    That took AGES. I don't think I have seen interpolation on an exam paper before.

    Has it been on?
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    what were answers for the v last q. i got 12/55. dus dat ring a bell?
    yesyesyes

    arrgh i spend far too mauch time on this computer ! .... no more exams until C2 tho, yey !
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    (Original post by Nellz)
    I agree, it should have been at least 6!
    did you get Q1 and Q2 being approx 60 ish and Q3 being like 69 ish
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    (Original post by Featherflare)
    what were answers for the v last q. i got 12/55. dus dat ring a bell?
    Yes. I also got 25/74 for one of them but I can't remember the rest. I think they have already been posted earlier in the thread.
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    That's the real answer.

    I said that it was group data with unequal class widths.
    and

    sam i put that as well.
    That is the best news I have heard all day.

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by samdavyson)
    LOL!

    That took AGES. I don't think I have seen interpolation on an exam paper before.

    Has it been on?
    Yeh me and my friends stumbled across it last night and sh*t ourselves lol- jan 2004 i believe, Q5b
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    Is anyone else doing C3 and C4 later this June?

    They are going to be solid.
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    (Original post by samdavyson)
    Is anyone else doing C3 and C4 later this June?

    They are going to be solid.
    Yea i am, as well as M2 n S2
    I havent pickd up my C3 book for months
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    What was the question about tha Histogram?
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    Ugh..looking through this thread has proven that i'm guarenteed a re-sit on the S1 paper. I don't know what happened. It just didn't go well.
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    I am doing C3 & C4...but luckily they are not on the same day
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    Hey, a few people have asked this now - that first question, what to write for 6 marks? Do you reckon its ok for each one to put
    eg first one - x and y are strongly negatively correlated. As x increases y decreases therefore the coefficiant must be negative. SInce the correlation is strong the coefficient will be over -0.7 .
    I also put something about the data lying in the 1st and 3rd quartiles - but i think i totally just invented that on the spot !
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    btw, wt mark do u guys reckon to get full mark + UMS?? 72/75 is that possible?
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    (Original post by im37)
    I am doing C3 & C4...but luckily they are not on the same day
    Yeah they are 1 week and a day apart aren't they?

    So far I have got: C1: 100/100
    C2: 100/100

    And I guess I have got: M1: 90/100
    S1: 90/100

    ===> 380

    480 for an A ===> 2 * 50/100 for C3 and C4 (2 D's)

    That is my master plan.
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    (Original post by franks)
    Hey, a few people have asked this now - that first question, what to write for 6 marks? Do you reckon its ok for each one to put
    eg first one - x and y are strongly negatively correlated. As x increases y decreases therefore the coefficiant must be negative. SInce the correlation is strong the coefficient will be over -0.7 .
    I also put something about the data lying in the 1st and 3rd quartiles - but i think i totally just invented that on the spot !
    i just said whether it was correlated or not- positively or not, and this was shown by the negative/positive PMCC.
 
 
 
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