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    Well... Apart from those stupid F(x) graphs... I thought that the paper this year was 10 times easier than the past papers i've done... What do you guys think?? Easy or hard??

    If you guys have the links to the questions and answer for June 2003.... Can you please post it up! Thanks a lot guys!

    too easy. i feel for peeps doing the ocr p2 paper - much harder than edexcel.

    Why don't we talk the paper through question by question... I might not be 100% correct but here's the answer i got for the first few questions...

    Simplifying the equation...

    1a) (x+3)/x

    The log question
    b) X= 1/5

    2) forgot what it was about
    Somethign to do with range?!?

    3) The expanding crap...
    A = -144
    P = 3/4

    Yeah... can someone complete the rest..
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    There you go guys I have posted the solutions under a new thread to make them visible, hope you did good, all the best. Dan
 
 
 
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