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    My workings were all over the place. I jumped from one question to another not chronologically. Will the examiners be able to understand
    hopefully someone who is intelligent enough to mark an AEA will be intelligent enough to find your workings ...
    (...and hopefully more forgiving than I am...)
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    I had only just recently started doing Maths (started last September) and became interested in it, despite hating it at GCSE (got a B) and so far I'm able to get above 90% on C1-3. I'm planning on doing AEA/STEP I next year to possibly doing Maths at university.

    How do you learn to solve some of these questions? Are there any resources? Since I've never really came across some of these questions
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    I had only just recently started doing Maths (started last September) and became interested in it, despite hating it at GCSE (got a B) and so far I'm able to get above 90% on C1-3. I'm planning on doing AEA/STEP I next year to possibly doing Maths at university.

    How do you learn to solve some of these questions? Are there any resources? Since I've never really came across some of these questions
    You should do C4 before starting to attempt step/aea. Do MAT meanwhile. Just perservere tbh.


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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    I had only just recently started doing Maths (started last September) and became interested in it, despite hating it at GCSE (got a B) and so far I'm able to get above 90% on C1-3. I'm planning on doing AEA/STEP I next year to possibly doing Maths at university.

    How do you learn to solve some of these questions? Are there any resources? Since I've never really came across some of these questions
    how do get 20 inch biceps?
    well you get 18 inch biceps first...

    and how do you get 18 inch biceps?
    well you get 16 inch biceps first ....

    and how do you get 16 inch biceps?
    well you get 14 inch biceps first ....

    but i have 14 inch biceps already!
    then go to the gym and give it time ...
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    how do get 20 inch biceps?
    well you get 18 inch biceps first...

    and how do you get 18 inch biceps?
    well you get 16 inch biceps first ....

    and how do you get 16 inch biceps?
    well you get 14 inch biceps first ....

    but i have 14 inch biceps already!
    then go to the gym and give it time ...
    Are there any notes like the siklos booklet?

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    You should do C4 before starting to attempt step/aea. Do MAT meanwhile. Just perservere tbh.


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    Okay, thanks. MAT seems much easier.
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    AEA 2015 Paper attached.

    Initial thoughts, an easy and do-able paper. (Much easier than last-year for sure!)

    A simple rep or thanks will do justice
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    (Original post by |-Solutions-|)
    AEA 2015 Paper attached.

    Initial thoughts, an easy and do-able paper. (Much easier than last-year for sure!)

    A simple rep or thanks will do justice
    thanks

    you are already on my 32 members of my permanent rep list and looking at it your name is about to come up any minute now
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    (Original post by |-Solutions-|)
    AEA 2015 Paper attached.

    Initial thoughts, an easy and do-able paper. (Much easier than last-year for sure!)

    A simple rep or thanks will do justice
    Why do people who simply copy a paper belonging to someone else feel the need to put their own logo on it?
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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    Why do people who simply copy a paper belonging to someone else feel the need to put their own logo on it?

    Xtreme papers started this trend ... they are advertising "their brand"
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    (Original post by |-Solutions-|)
    AEA 2015 Paper attached.

    Initial thoughts, an easy and do-able paper. (Much easier than last-year for sure!)

    A simple rep or thanks will do justice
    Boundary thoughts?


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    I don't feel safe woth my mark in 80s.


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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    Xtreme papers started this trend ... they are advertising "their brand"
    Yes, but on someone else's paper! It really should just say "Edexcel" in big print.
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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    Yes, but on someone else's paper! It really should just say "Edexcel" in big print.
    sure ... I do not think it is appropriate.
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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    Yes, but on someone else's paper! It really should just say "Edexcel" in big print.
    Meh. It's a watermark to indicate where you got the paper from. It's annoying but I guess as TeeEm says, it's good advertising for their site.
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    https://twitter.com/mathsdot/status/614495610943750144 solutions here
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    We take neg root for inverse of g as positive root obviously gives the other side of the inverse for x>0. Another mistake is not neglecting -1 as that comes from squaring in Q2 and upon checking 1/2 is the only solution. Other then that it is all correctz


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    Hopefully talking about sufficient conditions will get me an S+ mark in the convergence question .


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Hopefully talking about sufficient conditions will get me an S+ mark in the convergence question .


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    I haven't looked at the solutions yet so ill keep all those things in mind when I do! Theyre not mine tho just some random teacher on twitter
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    Can someone explain these presentation marks and s+ marks? im a bit confused by them all
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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    Why do people who simply copy a paper belonging to someone else feel the need to put their own logo on it?
    Why wouldn't they put a logo...
 
 
 
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