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13 years ago
#141
(Original post by samdavyson)
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.
Being on the safe side this is my plan:

C1 90
C2 90
C3 80
C4 60
M1 85
S1 80

=485>>A
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13 years ago
#142
(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 think you meant quadrants (when you move the axes to mean of x and mean of y).

See: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...65&postcount=7
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13 years ago
#143
I think you meant quadrants (when you move the axes to mean of x and mean of y).
lol yeah, that would be the one! lets hope they dont have negative marking for writing a load of rubbsih !
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13 years ago
#144
(Original post by melbourne)
Being on the safe side this is my plan:

C1 90
C2 90
C3 80
C4 60
M1 85
S1 80

=485>>A
lol, im on
c1- 99 (jan)
c2- 100 (jan)
m1- 90 is my guess
s1- 95 is my guess

so for c3 n c4 il try to get over 50%
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13 years ago
#145
(Original post by melbourne)
Being on the safe side this is my plan:

C1 90
C2 90
C3 80
C4 60
M1 85
S1 80

=485>>A
Did you do C1/C2 in January? (i.e. are they results?)
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13 years ago
#146
Did anybody else draw the histogram and then reliase it said dont draw the histogram?

Used up all my bloody space doin that
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13 years ago
#147
(Original post by samdavyson)
Did you do C1/C2 in January? (i.e. are they results?)
No i did C1- i got 85, im pretty sure ive got atleast 90 this time (i could get more).

In M1 it would appear that i did very well too, in jan i got 70 for this, along with stats- so i think i might have improved on stats by 10, but im not totally convinced.

The good thing is that ive done these over a year, 3 lessons a week so i wouldnt feel bad retaking a couple of units in jan whilst at uni to get an A.
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13 years ago
#148
(Original post by sequence123)
Did anybody else draw the histogram and then reliase it said dont draw the histogram?

Used up all my bloody space doin that
lol it was in bold. i picked up my ruler and everythin b4 i realised
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13 years ago
#149
nice paper, a lot of rounding up and down though, did anyone find?
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13 years ago
#150
(Original post by sequence123)
Did anybody else draw the histogram and then reliase it said dont draw the histogram?

Used up all my bloody space doin that
nah lol

I drew the table, wrote in the upper and lower class boundaries, worked out the class widths and then the final column i had frequency divided by class width.
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13 years ago
#151
That was alright I suppose, many people doing it in my school absolutely hated it though, some nasty bits in there..hope I did well :P

Oh, I need 191/300 in 1xapplied module+C3+C4 for an A grade at A level, so if I get say 95 for S1, and 95 for C3, I only need 1 for C4, gorgeous
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13 years ago
#152
(Original post by melbourne)
nah lol

I drew the table, wrote in the upper and lower class boundaries, worked out the class widths and then the final column i had frequency divided by class width.
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13 years ago
#153
for the regression i got a minus a for both equations, wrong?
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13 years ago
#154
**** loads of you got such different answers to me. I totally screwed that exam up. The interpolation thing on question2 - we haven't been taught that. gah. I've failed.
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13 years ago
#155
(Original post by melbourne)
thats what i did, i hope it was right...
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13 years ago
#156
(Original post by chats)
for the regression i got a minus a for both equations, wrong?
For me (I think) the first was slightly negative. The I added 100, and took 250 x 0.3.... (or whatever the number was) ==> slightly positive.

It looks like this is wrong though.

What was the b number?

8100/(something)
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13 years ago
#157
(Original post by petrolxfumes)
thats what i did, i hope it was right...
should be- what else could you do with it if you couldnt draw it!! lol
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13 years ago
#158
For the regression line I got a minus a with x and y's, and a positive a for the f and m's
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13 years ago
#159
(Original post by KAISER_MOLE)
For the regression line I got a minus a with x and y's, and a positive a for the f and m's
Snap.
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13 years ago
#160
(Original post by chats)
for the regression i got a minus a for both equations, wrong?
I got a negative a for the first part but I think my answer for the second might have been positive.
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