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    Here is the MS. They go from the 2nd to 3rd line by introducing a minus sign. Is it the limits at the very start?


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    Got it dw lads. My limits were wrong way round at the start. Damnit.


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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)
    AEA 2014 Q4a and c what would be your answer for the S+ in each part. They say 'comment on r=0' and 'S+ for dealing with r=0 case'.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    AEA 2014 Q4a and c what would be your answer for the S+ in each part. They say 'comment on r=0' and 'S+ for dealing with r=0 case'.


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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3327325
    post 583 is my Q4 solution
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    I am a pain but I was looking for what your comments would be for the S+ marks as i listed before. I can't see them on the solution i think


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    Has anybody else looked up areas of GCSE shapes and circle theorems etc for vector questions? Never knew that the area of a kite was 0.5 * height * width tbh
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Has anybody else looked up areas of GCSE shapes and circle theorems etc for vector questions? Never knew that the area of a kite was 0.5 * height * width tbh
    the area of a rhombus or a kite is the semi-product of its diagonals
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    Is it worth doing a few of these papers? I'm not sitting the paper, but does it help your maths problem solving at all? Looks very straightforward compared to STEP tbh, especially that you get 3 hours to do 7 questions with the first few taking a couple of mins
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    (Original post by raff97)
    Is it worth doing a few of these papers? I'm not sitting the paper, but does it help your maths problem solving at all? Looks very straightforward compared to STEP tbh, especially that you get 3 hours to do 7 questions with the first few taking a couple of mins
    Looks straight forward but it isnt as easy as it seems trust me. Some of the problems are identical to some step III problems set a few years ago... Although the style is much more oiviting and nice. They are hard but not II and III hard maybe STEP I hard id say.


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    (Original post by raff97)
    Is it worth doing a few of these papers? I'm not sitting the paper, but does it help your maths problem solving at all? Looks very straightforward compared to STEP tbh, especially that you get 3 hours to do 7 questions with the first few taking a couple of mins
    definitely
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Looks straight forward but it isnt as easy as it seems trust me. Some of the problems are identical to some step III problems set a few years ago... Although the style is much more oiviting and nice. They are hard but not II and III hard maybe STEP I hard id say.


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    I guess it makes sense that its the same difficulty as STEP 1. but even then Warwick put a grade 2 in step 1 as equal to a distinction in AEA.

    Ill do a few recent papers anyway
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    (Original post by raff97)
    I guess it makes sense that its the same difficulty as STEP 1. but even then Warwick put a grade 2 in step 1 as equal to a distinction in AEA.

    Ill do a few recent papers anyway
    Warwick said that?
    "the poodles of Cambridge"...
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    9 more hours lads
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    9 more hours lads
    bedtime then
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    bedtime then
    No chance of me getting to sleep before 3am tbh. Was up til 5am (in bed, of course) before my M3 exam due to nerves. Just gonna look over some stuff and play a game for a bit.
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    No chance of me getting to sleep before 3am tbh. Was up til 5am (in bed, of course) before my M3 exam due to nerves. Just gonna look over some stuff and play a game for a bit.
    I hope you have no nerves during the exam.
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    9 more hours lads
    Its tomorrow!?! Good luck everyone then

    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Warwick said that?
    "the poodles of Cambridge"...
    Well they are equal in their offers
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    I hope you have no nerves during the exam.
    Eh, I've had my one bad exam with FP3 so I'll be fine. Hope there's no 2014 q4-type question. Would love a paper like 2013.
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    (Original post by fatart123)
    Eh, I've had my one bad exam with FP3 so I'll be fine. Hope there's no 2014 q4-type question. Would love a paper like 2013.
    or 2010 more like
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    (Original post by raff97)
    Its tomorrow!?! Good luck everyone then



    Well they are equal in their offers
    I personally would not have gone to Warwick even if you paid me ...
 
 
 
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