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    (Original post by pierre225)
    On the earlier question of (25/9)^-1/2 I only put 3/5 instead of + or -
    I'll probably lose a mark won't I
    No powers only have one value bro


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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    No powers only have one value bro


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    But it's a square root so wouldn't it be + or -?
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    NGL I was resitting and still found Q12 ridiculously hard.
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    (Original post by pierre225)
    But it's a square root so wouldn't it be + or -?
    No, to the power of 1/2 means the positive square root


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    (Original post by fudgeboy989)
    What ums would 70/72 roughly be?


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    0 ums mate i think i lost 3 marks :'( probably lost like 3 4 ums
    Just do well in C2 and S1 and you're sorted
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    (Original post by pierre225)
    81x^4 - 216x^3 + 216x^2 -96x +16 I think was the binomial
    I got that but forgot to put the minuses ARGGG im so angry at myself!!! How many marks do you think i will lose for that?


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    Can someone please tell me how many marks I would lose on that question and follow on questions for putting the minimum point as (-2,9) and so the complete the square bit as 3(x+2)^2+9????
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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    No powers only have one value bro


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    Would I lose a mark for putting + or - if it isn't needed?
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    NGL I was resitting and still found Q12 ridiculously hard.
    You have to know the discriminant stuff to get it I only revised those type of questions a couple days ago, got pretty lucky
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    (Original post by pierre225)
    You have to know the discriminant stuff to get it I only revised those type of questions a couple days ago, got pretty lucky
    How many people do you reckon got Q12?
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    I got different answers for 5 and 6 but everything else looks fine
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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    No, to the power of 1/2 means the positive square root


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    Ah nice hopefully I'll lose less marks than I thought then! Still annoyed I got the proof wrong for x^2 is an integer <-> x is an integer. Such a silly mistake
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    How many people do you reckon got Q12?
    Not many and certainly not many year 12s so grade boundaries take that into account
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    (Original post by pierre225)
    Not many and certainly not many year 12s so grade boundaries take that into account
    Fingers crossed then aha
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    (Original post by AlexParmenter)
    Would I lose a mark for putting + or - if it isn't needed?
    No it isn't necessary unless you are doing the quadratic formula
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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    Wtf I didn't get that lol I got k>14/3


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    Oops i did it wrong
    I forgot that there was already a minus where there was C-K
    That's another 4 marks gone
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    (Original post by AlexParmenter)
    Would I lose a mark for putting + or - if it isn't needed?
    No, the mark schemes say ignore +- for those questions


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    Didnt the question ask for f(g) in its factorised form?? Or was it for the other roots??
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    Can someone please tell me how many marks I would lose on that question and follow on questions for putting the minimum point as (-2,9) and so the complete the square bit as 3(x+2)^2+9????

    🙏🏻🙏🏻 how many marks was each part worth
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    (Original post by Rik21)
    Stress. Would you have said that c was 13+k
    When k>14/3
    I'm confused by what you mean?
    Seen as it was a positive parabola surely it would have to be k>something for 2 intersections!


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