# Mr M’s Edexcel GCSE Linear 1380 Higher Tier Non Calculator Paper 3 Answers Nov 2011

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__Mr M’s Edexcel GCSE Linear 1380 Higher Tier Non Calculator Paper 3 Answers November 2011__1. Theo’s earnings

a) (2 marks)

b) 30% (2 marks)

c) £5.75 (2 marks)

2. Number pattern

a)

(1 mark)

b)

(2 marks)

c) 2000002 (2 marks)

3. Exterior angles

150 degrees (4 marks)

4. Stem and leaf diagram

3.1 cm (2 marks)

5. Transformations

a) Translate shape correctly (2 marks)

b) Reflect shape correctly (2 marks)

6. Distances table

2 p.m. (4 marks)

7. Algebra

a) (3 marks)

b) (2 marks)

c) (2 marks)

8. Estimate

0.09 (2 marks)

9. Suit prices

£9 (3 marks)

10. Angles

42 degrees (3 marks)

11. Scatter graph

a) Plot two points (1 mark)

b) As the temperature increases, the melting time decreases (1 mark)

c) 19 minutes (approx) (2 marks)

d) The line of best fit suggests the time will be negative OR the graph may be non-linear OR it is not a good idea to extrapolate (1 mark)

12. Simultaneous equations

x = 24 and y = 32 (4 marks)

13. Standard form

a) (2 marks)

b) (2 marks)

14. Solving quadratics graphically

a) i) 5.5 and -0.5

ii) 6.4 and -1.4 (3 marks)

b) x = 0.2, y = -3.8 and x = 5.8, y = 1.8 (3 marks)

15. Cumulative frequency

a) (1 mark)

b) 7, 18, 27, 37, 45, 50 (1 mark)

c) Draw graph (2 marks)

d) 18 (2 marks)

16. Mass of a prism

6 kg (5 marks)

17. Formulas

a) (2 marks)

b) (3 marks)

This will be marked correct even if you omitted the sign.

18. Indices

a) 1 (1 mark)

b) -2 (1 mark)

c) (2 marks)

19. Angles in a circle

ACB = 90 degrees (angle in a semicircle)

ACD = CDB (alternate angles)

CDB = DCB (isosceles triangle)

45 degrees (4 marks)

20. Factorising

a) (2 marks)

b) -3 and 0.5 (4 marks)

21. Surds

k =6 (5 marks)

22. Tree diagram

a) From A to B and

From B to A and and and (2 marks)

b) (4 marks)

I am not going to guess grade boundaries so please don’t ask!

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Absolutely brilliant! means I probably got around 45-60 marks from what I can remember. But that was an evil paper.

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Mr M, can you upload the paper?

**safmaster**)Mr M, can you upload the paper?

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Do you think this paper was harder than the June 2011 one?

**123_456_789**)Do you think this paper was harder than the June 2011 one?

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Do you think this paper was harder than the June 2011 one?

**123_456_789**)Do you think this paper was harder than the June 2011 one?

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About the same - the probability tree diagram and angles in a circle questions were hard and others were challenging.

**Mr M**)About the same - the probability tree diagram and angles in a circle questions were hard and others were challenging.

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Absolutely brilliant! means I probably got around 45-60 marks from what I can remember. But that was an evil paper.

**zoologist7**)Absolutely brilliant! means I probably got around 45-60 marks from what I can remember. But that was an evil paper.

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Ah, OK. I'll take that as a prediction of the grade boundaries then.

**123_456_789**)Ah, OK. I'll take that as a prediction of the grade boundaries then.

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What topics do you think are likely to come up in the calculator paper on monday?

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You see question 16, would they accept 6000 kg, i think my working out was correct but forgot to convert it.

And question 6, i wrote 14:12 pm, would they accept that?

And question 6, i wrote 14:12 pm, would they accept that?

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1. Theo’s earnings

a) (2 marks)

b) 30% (2 marks)

c) £5.75 (2 marks)

2. Number pattern

a)

(1 mark)

b)

(2 marks)

c) 2000002 (2 marks)

3. Exterior angles

150 degrees (4 marks)

4. Stem and leaf diagram

3.1 cm (2 marks)

5. Transformations

a) Translate shape correctly (2 marks)

b) Reflect shape correctly (2 marks)

6. Distances table

2 p.m. (4 marks)

7. Algebra

a) (3 marks)

b) (2 marks)

c) (2 marks)

8. Estimate

0.09 (2 marks)

9. Suit prices

£9 (3 marks)

10. Angles

42 degrees (3 marks)

11. Scatter graph

a) Plot two points (1 mark)

b) As the temperature increases, the melting time decreases (1 mark)

c) 19 minutes (approx) (2 marks)

d) The line of best fit suggests the time will be negative OR the graph may be non-linear OR it is not a good idea to extrapolate (1 mark)

12. Simultaneous equations

x = 24 and y = 32 (4 marks)

13. Standard form

a) (2 marks)

b) (2 marks)

14. Solving quadratics graphically

a) i) 5.5 and -0.5

ii) 6.4 and -1.4 (3 marks)

b) x = 0.2, y = -3.8 and x = 5.8, y = 1.8 (3 marks)

15. Cumulative frequency

a) (1 mark)

b) 7, 18, 27, 37, 45, 50 (1 mark)

c) Draw graph (2 marks)

d) 18 (2 marks)

16. Mass of a prism

6 kg (5 marks)

17. Formulas

a) (2 marks)

b) (3 marks)

This will be marked correct even if you omitted the sign.

18. Indices

a) 1 (1 mark)

b) -2 (1 mark)

c) (2 marks)

19. Angles in a circle

ACB = 90 degrees (angle in a semicircle)

ACD = CDB (alternate angles)

CDB = DCB (isosceles triangle)

45 degrees (4 marks)

20. Factorising

a) (2 marks)

b) -3 (4 marks)

21. Surds

k =6 (5 marks)

22. Tree diagram

a) From A to B and

From B to A and and and (2 marks)

b) (4 marks)

I am not going to guess grade boundaries so please don’t ask!

**Mr M**)__Mr M’s Edexcel GCSE Linear 1380 Higher Tier Non Calculator Paper 3 Answers November 2011__1. Theo’s earnings

a) (2 marks)

b) 30% (2 marks)

c) £5.75 (2 marks)

2. Number pattern

a)

(1 mark)

b)

(2 marks)

c) 2000002 (2 marks)

3. Exterior angles

150 degrees (4 marks)

4. Stem and leaf diagram

3.1 cm (2 marks)

5. Transformations

a) Translate shape correctly (2 marks)

b) Reflect shape correctly (2 marks)

6. Distances table

2 p.m. (4 marks)

7. Algebra

a) (3 marks)

b) (2 marks)

c) (2 marks)

8. Estimate

0.09 (2 marks)

9. Suit prices

£9 (3 marks)

10. Angles

42 degrees (3 marks)

11. Scatter graph

a) Plot two points (1 mark)

b) As the temperature increases, the melting time decreases (1 mark)

c) 19 minutes (approx) (2 marks)

d) The line of best fit suggests the time will be negative OR the graph may be non-linear OR it is not a good idea to extrapolate (1 mark)

12. Simultaneous equations

x = 24 and y = 32 (4 marks)

13. Standard form

a) (2 marks)

b) (2 marks)

14. Solving quadratics graphically

a) i) 5.5 and -0.5

ii) 6.4 and -1.4 (3 marks)

b) x = 0.2, y = -3.8 and x = 5.8, y = 1.8 (3 marks)

15. Cumulative frequency

a) (1 mark)

b) 7, 18, 27, 37, 45, 50 (1 mark)

c) Draw graph (2 marks)

d) 18 (2 marks)

16. Mass of a prism

6 kg (5 marks)

17. Formulas

a) (2 marks)

b) (3 marks)

This will be marked correct even if you omitted the sign.

18. Indices

a) 1 (1 mark)

b) -2 (1 mark)

c) (2 marks)

19. Angles in a circle

ACB = 90 degrees (angle in a semicircle)

ACD = CDB (alternate angles)

CDB = DCB (isosceles triangle)

45 degrees (4 marks)

20. Factorising

a) (2 marks)

b) -3 (4 marks)

21. Surds

k =6 (5 marks)

22. Tree diagram

a) From A to B and

From B to A and and and (2 marks)

b) (4 marks)

I am not going to guess grade boundaries so please don’t ask!

oops I see my mistake

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I flopped that paper now from the answers I remember

Have to do good in the calculator!

for 11(b) would negative correlation be ok?

Have to do good in the calculator!

for 11(b) would negative correlation be ok?

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#17

Exactly, what a shocker !

It was terrible!

Oh well, I guess the grade boundaries would be low then :')

It was terrible!

Oh well, I guess the grade boundaries would be low then :')

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I flopped that paper now from the answers I remember

Have to do good in the calculator!

for 11(b) would negative correlation be ok?

**QPRboy**)I flopped that paper now from the answers I remember

Have to do good in the calculator!

for 11(b) would negative correlation be ok?

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#20

for the tree diagrams question would you still get the mark if you haven't canceled the fractions down?

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