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# Maths AQA C1 revision - 14th January 2013 watch

1. What did you guys get for q2?

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2. How was the exam?
3. (Original post by Ferrari_1996)
Did you complete the whole paper?
I think so?!? This was like half way through so I must have done it.. the only transformation one I remember is with the graph with the equation y=k/x .. and it moved down...
4. The exam went well generally, but I would like to know what you guys managed to get for q2, as I'm not good at differentiating fractions !

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5. I lost so many marks on this paper. I lost 5 marks for the integration question, i lost marks where you had to give the co-ordinates of the vector (because I didn't know how to work out the co-ordinates of the vector). I lost marks on the translation question (I didn't say -3, -2, I said 6 towards the right and 11 down). I didn't even know how to prove k=-4 in the first question, I did the inequality question wrong, i didn't get 9 for the length of PQ or CP or something (I left the answer as root34 - 5). Etc etc
6. (Original post by Sitrix)
Yeah that question caught soo many people out!
I was nearly caught out too, but in the last 10 minute,s I went back, read it, didn't realise it, but it went into my brain like after 2 minutes and I was like "Oh no!" and changed it just in time :P
I was the opposite- I put down the right answer first, then thought 'that can't be right' and changed it! So annoyed with myself right now...

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7. (Original post by JD1234)
The equation was x^2+6x+11.. so it's (x+3)^2+2....
well i was fairly certain it was (x-3)^2+2 not (x+3)^2+2 but you are scaring me ...can anyone else confirm?
8. (Original post by iAkash)
well i was fairly certain it was (x-3)^2+2 not (x+3)^2+2 but you are scaring me ...can anyone else confirm?
The equation was x^2 - 6x + 11 and completing the square gave you (x-3)^2 + 2.
9. The amount of silly mistakes I made is unreal.

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10. (Original post by kevloui)
The amount of silly mistakes I made is unreal.

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If any of u want i can post the question paper, if it is allowed. And yes i have the paper
11. (Original post by drdave)
If any of u want i can post the question paper, if it is allowed. And yes i have the paper
Would be great! You can send it to me in a PM?

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12. (Original post by drdave)
If any of u want i can post the question paper, if it is allowed. And yes i have the paper
13. Heres the paper
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14. (Original post by drdave)
Heres the paper
Aha and I thought you had the AQA paper because this is the AQA thread lol

We all did a different paper tit his :LDo you have a copy of the AQA or do you only have the OCR?

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15. (Original post by drdave)
Heres the paper
You had me in a panic then, I was just sat there thinking 'WHAT, I DON'T REMEMBER THAT QUESTION... Or that one... Or that one....' until I realised it wasn't the AQA

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17. (Original post by drdave)
Heres the paper
how did you get that paper???

Thanks
19. (Original post by Kamyshdalek)
There is another way to do it, it's easier
The previous part to the question you had to find the integral which equaled to 8.

In the question about finding the area, all you need to do is the formula for area of a triangle as it clearly makes a triangular shape. So base is 1 height is 4. So 4x1 is 4 divided by 2 is 2
All you need to do is 8-2=6

Hope this helped
Yes that did, thank youu ^
Late response xD

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