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    do you think the grade boundary for an A will be below 60?
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    (Original post by Mikelfc1)
    do you think the grade boundary for an A will be below 60?
    Simply, Yes
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    Oh no! Just realised I made a stupid mistake solving

     x = sin\theta = \frac {3 \pm\sqrt{17}}{4}

    I think I added 180 instead of 360, therefore got 164 degrees and 16 degrees.
    I can't really remember. How many marks would I lose?
    I did state that  x = sin\theta = \frac {3 - sqrt{17}}{4}
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    (Original post by Mikelfc1)
    do you think the grade boundary for an A will be below 60?
    Definitely.
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    (Original post by Kev.1995)
    When you form your own vector eqn of a line, I used alpha instead of meu, is that fine?
    yeah, you could probably use a little picture of a cat as a parameter if you wanted and it wouldn't change the maths. greek letters are always good though.
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    My Asian parents are going to kill me.
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    (Original post by Kev.1995)
    When you form your own vector eqn of a line, I used alpha instead of meu, is that fine?
    Hmm. You may lose 1 mark, nothing more, or maybe you'll get away with it.
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    (Original post by Kev.1995)
    When you form your own vector eqn of a line, I used alpha instead of meu, is that fine?

    I really don't think you'd lose any marks as long as you use the same letter throughout
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    (Original post by Jamie T)
    My Asian parents are going to kill me.
    Lol. This.
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    ugh, who else is looking at these guys answers thinking "didn't get that, didn't get that, didn't get that..."? xD
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    (Original post by Jamie T)
    ugh, who else is looking at these guys answers thinking "didn't get that, didn't get that, didn't get that..."? xD
    That's my traditional post-maths exam activity
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    (Original post by The H)
    That's my traditional post-maths exam activity
    Mine involves wrist exercises.
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    (Original post by The H)
    That's my traditional post-maths exam activity
    When does an activity become a ritual?
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    (Original post by SqueakyMoose)
    When does an activity become a ritual?
    When you cry yourself to sleep.
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    I think I lost about 10 marks... so I'll probably get around 65/75... do you guys think this is enough to get an A?
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    (Original post by I Hate Edexcel)
    I think I lost about 10... so I'll probably get around 65/75... do you guys think this is enough to get an A?
    whoa, think you will be lucky to pass.... nah that could well even be an A* buddy. Well done!
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    (Original post by SqueakyMoose)
    When does an activity become a ritual?
    I would consider it a ritual, just as much as AQA have a ritual of doing things to students.....dark things
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    Does anybody remember how many marks question 8 was out of?
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    (Original post by EllenK)
    Does anybody remember how many marks question 8 was out of?
    10 I think
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    (Original post by The H)
    I would consider it a ritual, just as much as AQA have a ritual of doing things to students.....dark things
    The chief examiner is called Peter File
 
 
 
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