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    (Original post by adam.1997)
    yeah thats what i got as well
    Safe AF


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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    Y=3x-28 for per bisector?


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    So did I
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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    Y=3x-28 for per bisector?


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    Yup I hope so since I got that and subs x=10 in to get y=2 which is the centre


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    who is making the unofficial mark scheme and how are you doing so far?
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    (Original post by Liam_27)
    who is making the unofficial mark scheme and how are you doing so far?
    Yep that would be helpful!
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    How many marks was the perpencidular bisector question?
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    5 or 6

    i think 6 though
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    (Original post by Kira Yagami)
    How many marks was the perpencidular bisector question?
    6 marks. It involved working our the grad and midpt that's why


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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    I got x = (2+sqrt(44))/5


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    i got that too
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    (Original post by jpetersgill)
    Show the turning point, then state it's a minimum as its a positive parabola


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    So would I still get marks for explaining it, opposed algebraicly proving it?
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    I got q12 part i wrong, and I got the completing the square right, but at the end I added 12 instead of taking it away, so I got 3(x+2)^2+25 instead of 3(x+2)^2+1. How many marks do you guys reckon I lost?
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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
    crap i put that too, i hope they don't mark it down
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    (Original post by becauseitslaura)
    For 12(i) I put 56/12 rather than 14/3, will I lose a mark because I forgot to simplify it?
    maybe one, at least you didn't do what I did, I rushed it and got 56/12 to equal five :mad:
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    (Original post by Plmoknijbuhv)
    (-2, 1) was definitely the minimum point, right? Not (-6, 1)? I took a gamble on that one... What did you all get for 'k' on the last question then?
    yeah it was (-2,1)
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    Hi, I'm not sure why, but for the perpindicular bisector, I calculated the Tangent to the circle. I know I just don't see why I did that, that question was so easy :/

    Would I get any method marks? Because The tangent was definitely correct as I checked it a few times...
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    (Original post by Kira Yagami)
    How man marks was the perpendicular bisection question ? 5 ?
    6 marks
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    What did you guys get for the proof question?
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    who is doing an unofficial mark scheme?!
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    (Original post by chemistryislove)
    What did you guys get for the proof question?
    first one was arrow going right, second one was arrow going left i think
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    I messed up on the 12)i. I used discriminant and did other working so hopefully I'll get 2/5 for that 5 marker.

    What was the proof like for u guys? I put arrow going right from square to quadrilateral.

    And arrow going left from x integer to x^2? Think I messed up there too but oh well.

    Don't know why but I have a feeling I did something silly on like the indices one cos I forgot to check them 😐 overallllll what's done is done.

    Hope everyone else had a good exam
 
 
 
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