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15 was the correct answer, few people put 14.

Past 2 pages discussing it if you wanna take a look.
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(Original post by The Ace is Back)
You're right. I read it wrong first time round, then realised it said tan theta = 5 (I think we all must have been expecting it to say what is the value of theta).
Thankyou! I remember it because I thought to myself "If I can't get this, atleast they have told me what it is so I can solve it!"

When I get the paper tomorrow, I'll scan in the question so everyone can see that I have a much better memory than they do.
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1. 64 + 192x + 240x^2
2. 14
3. 2 and log 99
4. -6 and (2x + 5)(x - 4)(x + 3)
5. y = 3^x intersects at 0,1. Area = 1.82... (under curve)
6. tan o = 5, 78.7 and 258.7
7. y = -(1/3)x + 8/3, (x-5)^2 + (y-1)^2 = 10
8. Arc = 1.38. area of sector = 1.46. Angle = 0.92 and Overall area = 3.03
9. (r,a) = 1. (1/5,20) 2. (4/5 , 5) n = 15
10. A: 2, B: 10/3. Area of R = 100/3.
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Woah how do you get the paper?
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What is the lowest raw mark to get full ums mark, approx.?
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(Original post by Vazzyb)
1. 64 + 192x + 240x^2
2. 14
3. 2 and log 99
4. -6 and (2x + 5)(x - 4)(x + 3)
5. y = 3^x intersects at 0,1. Area = 1.82... (under curve)
6. tan o = 5, 78.7 and 258.7
7. y = -(1/3)x + 8/3, (x-5)^2 + (y-1)^2 = 10
8. Arc = 1.38. area of sector = 1.46. Angle = 0.92 and Overall area = 3.03
9. (r,a) = 1. (1/5,20) 2. (4/5 , 5) n = 15
10. A: 2, B: 10/3. Area of R = 100/3.
I hope those are the solutions that's what I got for everything

And, yes Astudentinneed the answer was 2. 6^2 = 36
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Remembers his answers?
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What was question 2?
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(Original post by Virtue)
What was question 2?
IT was just to find a definate intergral they gave you. I remember the limits as being 2 and 1, can't remember the equation. I just remember it came to 16 - 2 = 14.
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14 apparently, I put 6, must have messed up signs or something really stupid.
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Vazzyb, do you mind posting the marks aswell? I was so worked up about this exam (ADD and all..) and I think I made some really stupid mistakes, thanks in advance..
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IT was just to find a definate intergral they gave you. I remember the limits as being 2 and 1, can't remember the equation. I just remember it came to 16 - 2 = 14.
Ah. I remember now, thanks.
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I dont remember question 2 having limits, i either did it without noticing or made another mistake, I need to stop wasting marks like this!
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(Original post by Vazzyb)
1. 64 + 192x + 240x^2
2. 14
3. 2 and log 99
4. -6 and (2x + 5)(x - 4)(x + 3)
5. y = 3^x intersects at 0,1. Area = 1.82... (under curve)
6. tan o = 5, 78.7 and 258.7
7. y = -(1/3)x + 8/3, (x-5)^2 + (y-1)^2 = 10
8. Arc = 1.38. area of sector = 1.46. Angle = 0.92 and Overall area = 3.03
9. (r,a) = 1. (1/5,20) 2. (4/5 , 5) n = 15
10. A: 2, B: 10/3. Area of R = 100/3.
I concur with all those.
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(Original post by Troyes)
oh...and what did people get for the least value of n question? I got n=2...
Did you put in the lower value of r to find that? Because that's what I did and got 2 but you needed to use the higher value. Didn't read that part lol :p:
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yessssss... if those answers are right i got 100% i thought it was quite easy... no hard logs question.. phewww

M1 here we come...:rolleyes:
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(Original post by Rebecki)
Did you put in the lower value of r to find that? Because that's what I did and got 2 but you needed to use the higher value. Didn't read that part lol :p:
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*bangs head on desk*
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Question C1 with the runner I got a=5km and d=22/55 km. I pretty sure these are both right but are they likely to knock a mark of for putting d as 22/55 km rather than 2/5 km?
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i got n=3 which is wrong cos i guessed lol. i heard some people got 2 or 0 if thats any help. the sequence question totally confused me :mad:
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dont worry..that n question wasnt worth that many marks was it? i cant remember how many marks it was worth!
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