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    (Original post by fizzbizz)
    Writing a set of worked solutions is a very time consuming process, I would if I had the time :rolleyes:
    He would as well.
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    (Original post by Jamie T)
    did anyone else think they got lower than 40 marks? anyone? just me.
    I might have, but I'm pretty sure I'm looking at over 90% in my Decision. Then again you only needed about 30% in this didn't you?
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    For E i got mu as +3 or -3 and can't remember the co-ordinates from that..
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    (Original post by Jamie T)
    He would as well.
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    D1 this time round was actually really easy in my opinion

    And where was implicit differentiation in this paper! Damn you AQA!
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    Can someone get pictures of the paper? Like someone did in the C3 thread. That would be awesome.
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    (Original post by Uk-Thomo)
    For E i got mu as +3 or -3 and can't remember the co-ordinates from that..
    See I got mu as  \pm\frac{1}{3}
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    (Original post by SqueakyMoose)
    I might have, but I'm pretty sure I'm looking at over 90% in my Decision. Then again you only needed about 30% in this didn't you?
    yea, I worked really hard in AS. But I'm not a natural and I thought I could go into this exam today with light hearted revision to guarantee myself at least 50%. I regret nothing.
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    Yeah, does anyone have the paper for this? I want to see how many marks I've lost or rather actually got since it seems that I've lost about 30 marks fml
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    (Original post by Uk-Thomo)
    For E i got mu as +3 or -3 and can't remember the co-ordinates from that..
    Thats what I got too!
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    (Original post by Mdma23)
    Thats what I got too!
    OMG I got tha.. oh wait no.
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    (Original post by fizzbizz)
    D1 this time round was actually really easy in my opinion

    And where was implicit differentiation in this paper! Damn you AQA!
    That's a good point - isn't that a whole chapter that was just totally missed?
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    (Original post by bugsuper)
    That's a good point - isn't that a whole chapter that was just totally missed?
    Yea, that implicit stuff was one of my stronger topics too... shame.
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    THis was a hard paper but i made stupid mistakes as well :mad: Damn AQA
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    (Original post by fizzbizz)
    D1 this time round was actually really easy in my opinion

    And where was implicit differentiation in this paper! Damn you AQA!
    Wasn't it the it the tcospi/4t/32x I think it was question eight.


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    (Original post by Jamie T)
    yea, I worked really hard in AS. But I'm not a natural and I thought I could go into this exam today with light hearted revision to guarantee myself at least 50%. I regret nothing.
    I like your style :cool:
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    for finding D on the vectors question it was CD.AD = 0 wasn't it?

    because i somehow got that lambda squared was a negative number
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    (Original post by Sparky1995)
    Wasn't it the it the tcospi/4t/32x I think it was question eight.


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    Wasn't that question separation of variables to solve the differential equation i dont think there was anything on implicit differentiation.
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    (Original post by crayafrica)
    I like your style :cool:
    And you're fresh.
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    Oh yeah sorry --- see that's how scrambled my brain is after the exam!!


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