November edexcel maths linear foundation paper 2013

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Did anyone find the foundation paper calculator and non calculator hard? Also does anyone know if there's any mark schemes from them papers online yet?
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Did anyone find the foundation paper calculator and non calculator hard? Also does anyone know if there's any mark schemes from them papers online yet?
Struggled a little more with the non calc paper. Certainly would be great to find out the mark schemes.
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Struggled a little more with the non calc paper. Certainly would be great to find out the mark schemes.
I seem to struggle more with the calculator than the non.
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How do we get hold of the questions and answers? Any body care shed any light upon that? Thanks
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How do we get hold of the questions and answers? Any body care shed any light upon that? Thanks
Think the foundation answers are somewhere on this thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...7#post45100827
don't know about the questions as the previous paper was removed.
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Think the foundation answers are somewhere on this thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...7#post45100827
don't know about the questions as the previous paper was removed.
The answers to foundation non-calc are on that thread but as far as I can see no-one has posted the calc answers yet. Wish someone would and soon!! Foundation is just as important to foundation students as higher is to higher students!
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The answers to foundation non-calc are on that thread but as far as I can see no-one has posted the calc answers yet. Wish someone would and soon!! Foundation is just as important to foundation students as higher is to higher students!
Sorry I noticed that after I had replied to the post and I get what you mean
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The answers to foundation non-calc are on that thread but as far as I can see no-one has posted the calc answers yet. Wish someone would and soon!! Foundation is just as important to foundation students as higher is to higher students!
Whereabouts are the answers to the non calc paper on that thread? Struggling to see them. Thanks.
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Whereabouts are the answers to the non calc paper on that thread? Struggling to see them. Thanks.
Use the thread posted by Anonymousgirl and go back to post 121 made by Applequestria. Hope you find it


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Use the thread posted by Anonymousgirl and go back to post 121 made by Applequestria. Hope you find it


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No problem. Just wish someone would post paper 2 answers! How many times do we have to ask?!


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No problem. Just wish someone would post paper 2 answers! How many times do we have to ask?!


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Answers for paper 2 (these are my answers ....I'm not saying they are THE answers.....but fingers crossed they're right)

1a. 3502
b. two thousand and nineteen
c. 70
d. 6700

2 I hexagon
Ii decagon

3a Pk 340 - £42 most expensive phone
b. Pk 390 - £35 with music player and radio
c. Difference in weight - 25g

4a I. h = acute angle
Ii h = 65 degrees
b. i x = 53 degrees
ii. Angles on a straight line equal 180 degrees

5a. Film lasts 1 hour 40 minutes
b. Jackie buys 7 tickets

6a.i. 25, 22
ii. Previous number minus 3

6b. 8th term - (5 x 8) - 17 = 23

7a. 5/9
b. shade 3 squares of the 10
c. 80 kg

8. Draw suitable chart ie. bar chart

9. 1250 + 650 = 1900m or 1.9km

10. Output (12/4) + 7 = 10
Input. (27 - 7) x 4 = 80

11a. M = (8,1)
b. draw appropriate isosceles triangle (coordinate example (5,8)

12a 1 line of symmetry
b. perimeter = 26cm
c. Rectangle area = 9 x 16 = 144cm

13. Possible three numbers = 9 + 8 + 10 = 27
or. 18 + 2 + 4 = 24

14a. Mode is 2
b. Mean is 4
c. 55 birds

15. 34 boxes needed

16a i. Evens
ii. Certain
b. 4 yellow counters

17. Reflect triangle co-ordinates (2,2) (4,2) (4,5)

18. Car A = 17.6 gallons
Car B = 16 gallons
Car A has more petrol in tank

19. Small tray = £6.50 / 30 = 21.666p
Med. tray = £8.95 / 40 = 22.375p
Large tray = £10.99 / 50 = 21.98p
BUY SMALL tray

20 i. X + 4
ii. 2X

21. 1800 yards x 36 inches = 64800 inches
64800 x 2.54 = 164592 cms
164592 / 109 = 1645.92 metres
1645.92 / 245 = 6.718040816
BUY 7 BALLS OF WOOL

22a. 5.9 squared = 34.81
bi. 35.16067977
ii. 35.2 (1 dp)

23a. e = 9
b. x = 5
c. Y = 17
d. 5(3p + 8)

24. 25 x 4 = 100
360 - 100 = 260
260 / 4 = 65
65 x 2 = 130 (opposite angles rhombus are equal)
360 - 130 = 230 ( interior angles rhombus = 360)
230 / 2 = 115
a = 115 degrees

25. Computer world = £305.15
Logic = £311.60
Difference = £6.45

26. Adults studying French = 19 ( I drew a two way table )

27. Pie x 140 = 439.8229715 cm
= 440 (3 sf)

28. Motorway 30/ 0.43 = 69.23076
Lethna is WRONG they will not need to exceed the speed limit

I hope this helps ..... The foundation paper is equally as important as the higher ...... Lots and lots of luck !
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Thanks. Q19 Plants this question was on the higher paper too and someone has posted on a different thread that Mr M said they were all equally best value for money because you can't buy anything for 0.216666p so its rounded to 22p so not sure on that one. As far as q25 is concerned the answer is £6.45 not £110.
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