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    is anyone writing up full solutions?
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    (Original post by trooken)
    Can someone post a solution to 6c onwards?

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    Ill gove it another go.


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    Yh AX is 2root6 I stupidly did OX which is root 30. Damnnnn


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yh AX is 2root6 I stupidly did OX which is root 30. Damnnnn


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    Oh what, I got it right????? I just assumed I had got it wrong
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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    Oh what, I got it right????? I just assumed I had got it wrong
    Yh I've dropped 4-5 marks now. So pissed I knew it would be vectors.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yh I've dropped 4-5 marks now. So pissed I knew it would be vectors.


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    If it helps I flat out didnt answer question 3
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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    If it helps I flat out didnt answer question 3
    Should I write up a sol?


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    I did the last part of last question and made a mistake in the last part of Q4 silly me. Hopefully high 80s low 90s.

    Edit: the last part of 4 is right
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    How did you do the last part of the last question
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Should I write up a sol?


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    Please hahaha, I dropped 9 marks there, 4 marks in the binomial bit, and probably 2 marks in the integral because one of the numbers in the show that I got was out by a factor of root3 so I discretely changed my working earlier on to make that factor of root3 go away but that was just in one of the fractions of the entire thing. You reckon ive got a distinction?
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    (Original post by xyzmaster)
    How did you do the last part of the last question
    When you integrate (cosecø)(cot^4ø) change it to (cosecøcotø)(cot^3ø) and do it by parts as I bracketed if I can remember correctly.
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    (Original post by xyzmaster)
    How did you do the last part of the last question
    I didnt have time to do it. But i strongly suspect either x=sectheta or something of the x^2-1 trig subs


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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    Please hahaha, I dropped 9 marks there, 4 marks in the binomial bit, and probably 2 marks in the integral because one of the numbers in the show that I got was out by a factor of root3 so I discretely changed my working earlier on to make that factor of root3 go away but that was just in one of the fractions of the entire thing. You reckon ive got a distinction?
    Yh


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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    Please hahaha, I dropped 9 marks there, 4 marks in the binomial bit, and probably 2 marks in the integral because one of the numbers in the show that I got was out by a factor of root3 so I discretely changed my working earlier on to make that factor of root3 go away but that was just in one of the fractions of the entire thing. You reckon ive got a distinction?
    Almost definitely
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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    When you integrate (cosecø)(cot^4ø) change it to (cosecøcotø)(cot^3ø) and do it by parts as I bracketed if I can remember correctly.
    I felt so good I managed to do part A and B but c ruined it ( started with q7)
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    (Original post by mmms95)
    is anyone writing up full solutions?
    I am currently writing solutions to AQA, C1, June 2014 paper. I am about to start Q6. Any good?
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Yh


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    Almost definitely
    How much leigh weigh in marks do you reckon I have? Could I lose up to like 7 more and still get a distinction?
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    q3


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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    How much leigh weigh in marks do you reckon I have? Could I lose up to like 7 more and still get a distinction?
    It will be around 70 probably.so you should be good mate.


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    q3


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    Yeah..... I would never have got that hahaha nice

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    It will be around 70 probably.so you should be good mate.


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    Aight thanks, aslong as I get it I should be set then for Warwick with both STEP and AEA, can probs afford to screw up on my A levels.
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    hi guys this is what i did (roughly), tell me if you can't see it or understand any part of it. I would really like to discuss the questions with you.
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