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    Heard it was hard?


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    (Original post by DOPECYCLIST)
    anybody want me to make an unofficial markscheme?
    Yes


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    (Original post by JamesExtra)
    What was the actual question?
    Circle = (x-10)^2+(y-2)^2 = 125

    i) find centre and radius

    ii) Verify that B is (21,0) then find other coords of intersection with axis (A,D,E)

    iii) Find perpendicular bisector of BE and show that it passes through C

    I think that was it?
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    (Original post by DOPECYCLIST)
    12 (i) 14/3 ?
    Hm - I got -14/3
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    Dw edexcel one was hard


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    Just finished the OCR MEI Core 1 exam, just wondering how everyone found the exam?
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    Oh yeah I got all that I think. Which question number was that? What was the 12(I) everyone was complaining about?
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    Did you get for part iii) that the perpendicular bisector passed through the centre or not?


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    (Original post by Bruhh)
    Circle = (x-10)^2+(y-2)^2 = 125

    i) find centre and radius

    ii) Verify that B is (21,0) then find other coords of intersection with axis (A,D,E)

    iii) Find perpendicular bisector of BE and show that it passes through C

    I think that was it?
    What did you get for the co-ordinated of D and E
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    Just found another question I got wrong. Damn I need this A
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    (Original post by ScarletXxXRose)
    What did you get for the co-ordinated of D and E
    (0,-3) and (0,7)
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    (Original post by DOPECYCLIST)
    12 (i) 14/3 ?
    thats what i got
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    What was question 12 part i? Everyone saying it was horrible
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    Did any one get fractional answers for the point of intersections on question 4 I think it was.

    Did someone put 22 ROOT 2 for the surd question.

    Did people get -2,1 for the minimum point on the last question.
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    (Original post by DOPECYCLIST)
    anybody want me to make an unofficial markscheme?
    Yes please! I could help if you like, and anyone else to help remember the questions etc?
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    (Original post by NQureshi)
    What was question 12 part i? Everyone saying it was horrible
    y = 3x^2 +12x +13 = 0 and y = 2x + k

    Find the set of values for k where they have 2 distinct points of intersection.
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    I thought it was super easy! There seems to be a pretty even spread though, some people were complaining about how difficult it was while others were saying it was easier than most of the past papers they did.
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    Eh it was okay but my friends hated it. Couldn't do 12i but I've never been able to do those q so it wa expecteld lol

    Hoping for an A don't care how high
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    (Original post by Bruhh)
    y = 3x^2 +12x +13 = 0 and y = 2x + k

    Find the set of values for k where they have 2 distinct points of intersection.
    Am I the only one that found this question really easy?
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    (Original post by thelion786)
    Yes please! I could help if you like, and anyone else to help remember the questions etc?
    What was 12(i)? As in what was the question?
 
 
 
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