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    Anyone doing this exam? :confused:
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    Indeed I am, how are you feeling?
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    Pretty confident. It's an easy exam. Just hoping it's not too easy as I don't want sky high grade boundaries like in January!

    For general solutions to trig equations, does it matter what form it is in? Sometimes I use (-1)^n instead of listing them separately for sinx.

    What about you? Are you resitting?
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    Re-sitting this on Friday. Don't really need Further Maths for Uni but I'd like a decent B.
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    Looking at the most recent past papers, I'd say we're due a long question on asymptotes & inequalities, linear interpolation for the numerical methods with possibly having to mark the solutions on a graph, a 'show that the gradient is h+...' question for the calculus chapter and the trig question being in the form of tan.
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    (Original post by GeneralOJB)
    Pretty confident. It's an easy exam. Just hoping it's not too easy as I don't want sky high grade boundaries like in January!

    For general solutions to trig equations, does it matter what form it is in? Sometimes I use (-1)^n instead of listing them separately for sinx.

    What about you? Are you resitting?
    No not a resit. Yeah I feel pretty confident.

    Also I always used (-1)^n for my sin general solutions and I checked with teachers that it will be marked correctly so thats fine!
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    I'm also doing this exam. Not too concerned, as have been doing fine on past papers.
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    I'm doing this one too. Not feeling too worried....
 
 
 
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