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    i calculated c and got 43 seconds haha. trust me! Yea i used the 3 and 1 to find what c was too, i think thats wat it was there fore. U shud pick up some marks on that 7 mark question, cus theres so much to pick up! so u might have lost only 2 or 3 marks if u get the answer wrong. dont worry
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    (Original post by Jazzy)
    Could be wrong but:

    when it told you to integrate that fraction, underneath it, it said something like: "where y=3 and x=1"

    what did this mean?

    did you have to simplify it as a definite integral?
    i didnt know what that was about... i got it wrong.. i got the top part right though
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    On question 6 I would have got the right answer but was really dumb and forgot to substitute in the x=6 aswell as 20 so in effect did it between 20 and 0 giving 57secs. How many marks you think I will get?
 
 
 
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