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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    if that is a yes then that is fine

    (-1,0) and (0,-1)
    Thanks, was a bit worried since they love asking graph transformation questions.
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Thanks, was a bit worried since they love asking graph transformation questions.
    are you happy with the proof in part a?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    are you happy with the proof in part a?
    Yeah. What I wrote was a bit rough (not in as much detail as I'd do in exam) but the question was fine. Do you have any more of these graph ones? Kinda fun
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Could you tell me where I've gone wrong? Don't really understand how that can work

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    Lol are you working in a cave or something
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    Lol are you working in a cave or something
    I did not want to say ...
    I copied the file
    Pasted the picture into powerpoint...
    Increased the brightness and the contrast so I could read it ...
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    Lol are you working in a cave or something
    Lel. No clue why the flash ****ed up the brightness; it's still pretty bright out. Pic is without the flash... Isn't really working as it should tbh

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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Yeah. What I wrote was a bit rough (not in as much detail as I'd do in exam) but the question was fine. Do you have any more of these graph ones? Kinda fun
    I posted some modulus sketch,,,,

    I have curve sketching file.

    This has no graph but it is about constants (calculator is needed)
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I posted some modulus sketch,,,,

    I have curve sketching file.

    This has no graph but it is about constants (calculator is needed)
    Needed a calc for the first, yeah. Second one I started to need one but instead just factorised f(b) - f(a), which was a lot easier.
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Needed a calc for the first, yeah. Second one I started to need one but instead just factorised f(b) - f(a), which was a lot easier.
    second one does not need calculator
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    second one does not need calculator
    Yeah, realised.
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    (Original post by 11234)
    How did you do it. Any tips and where should I do further reading at
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    I used the CGP OCR MEI book for C3+C4 and the OCR MEI books for all other modules. STEP I preparation helped when I (I did STEP I last year) as did the olympiad training I did over time (e.g. art of problem solving books).
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Lel. No clue why the flash ****ed up the brightness; it's still pretty bright out. Pic is without the flash... Isn't really working as it should tbh

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    Lucozade do cans?????

    I don't go out enough
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    Lucozade do cans?????

    I don't go out enough
    Heh. Bought a few dozen from Costco, probably do them in normal shops tho
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I did not want to say ...
    I copied the file
    Pasted the picture into powerpoint...
    Increased the brightness and the contrast so I could read it ...
    Surely you should be used to the dark as I see posts from you at like 1:00 in the morning
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    well done!An excellent score nonetheless! Have you checked the MS ? You can probably remember where you might have gone wrong? I am hoping for a score of 80+ aswell. Which is hopefully a distiction unless the paper is like a C4 paper hehe. Your not taking it again are you?


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    Yup I checked the MS, still can't see where I went wrong. I answered all the questions and my proofs were fairly legible. (edit: just some crossing outs, the usual stuff) No parts were left out. I think it must've been a couple of hidden silly mistakes such as computation errors or misreading part of a question. 80+ would definitely be distinction. Yeah no point taking it again + finished exams last week. :-]
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Heh. Bought a few dozen from Costco, probably do them in normal shops tho
    Have you ever had those maple twist things from Costco? They are the bomb
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    Surely you should be used to the dark as I see posts from you at like 1:00 in the morning
    I have not inherited my cats' night vision unfortunately
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    Have you ever had those maple twist things from Costco? They are the bomb
    Nope, I'll have to check them out next time I'm there lol. Usually walk out with this:

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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I have not inherited my cats' night vision unfortunately
    Mate, upgrade your calc to a casio fx-991es plus. Also, what do you feed your cats, they look drunk
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    Nope, I'll have to check them out next time I'm there lol. Usually walk out with this:

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    The coffee one makes me cringe every time .


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