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    I got N = 24 via trial and error, will I still get the marks?
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    Could anyone tell me what the trapezium question was?
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    (Original post by DominoMatrix227)
    What do you think you got?
    Around 60 maybe?

    Which is a shame considering I was getting almost full marks in past papers :/
    But the last question I got confused on the stretch and done it all wrong :/
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    (Original post by halima firdaus)
    Could anyone tell me what the trapezium question was?
    The answer was 21.4 and then to use more/ narrower sections
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    (Original post by xsanda)
    If anyone is looking for an unofficial markscheme, I'll post it again:

    Xsanda's solutions:
    1i) common ratio:[1]
    r=-2
    1ii) 11th term: [2]
    ar¹⁰ = 3072
    1iii) sum to 20: [2]
    Sum to 20 = -1048575

    2i) trapezium rule: [4]
    21.4
    2ii) improvement: [1]
    more/narrower strips

    3i) shaded area: [4]
    32.1
    3ii) perimeter: [5]
    22.7

    4i) Binomial expansion: [4]
    64+192ax+240a²x²+…
    4ii) Find a: [5]
    a=2/3

    5) Double antidifferential: [7]
    y=4x^(3/2)-7x-3

    6i) Factorise: [4]
    (x-2)(x+5)(x-3)
    6ii) Integrate: [4]
    256
    6iii) Problem with integral: [2]
    negative section of integration counts negatively

    7i) u₂₀: [2]
    62
    7ii) Σ 10 to 20 show that: [3]
    517
    7iii) Σ N to 2N: [6]
    N=24

    8a) log 2^(n-3) = 18000: [4]
    n=17.1
    8b) simultaneous logs: [5]
    x=32, y=8

    9ia) Next solution of cos: [1]
    6π-α
    9ib) Solution with negative: [2]
    3π-a
    9ii) Draw graph: [2]
    graph of sin, half height
    9iii) Solve graphs: [4]
    3.32, 12.7
    this adds up to 74, anyone know which question has 2 extra marks?
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    (Original post by Amyc98)
    The answer was 21.4 and then to use more/ narrower sections
    I meant the actual question including the limits given
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    can someone remind me was was the equation of y that we needed to use for the trapezium rule?
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    (Original post by ccfctom)
    this adds up to 74, anyone know which question has 2 extra marks?
    I think question 4 is 7 marks in total not 9


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    (Original post by ccfctom)
    this adds up to 74, anyone know which question has 2 extra marks?
    Find a it was 3

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    (Original post by ccfctom)
    this adds up to 74, anyone know which question has 2 extra marks?
    find a to be 2/3 was only 3, not 5
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    6)iii was worth 1 mark and 7)iii was worth 5 marks. I'm probably wrong, but that's what I though they were worth anyway
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    (Original post by Jmedi)
    If you calculate it you get 256 and this is incorrect as it should be higher than this;
    some area gets subtracted as a small part of the area is below the x axis
    I got something really close to 256 - I think I integrated between 2 and -5, which gave me a positive value as it's above the x-axis. Then I integrated between 3 and 2, which gave me a negative value as it's below the x-axis, but I ditched the minus and added it on to the total. Got something like 258.75 or something. Does that sound alright?
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    Can someone draw the sin1/3 x graph pls ????? X
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    How many marks to get a b? And can you get a high a on c1 a high b on c2 and get an A overall?
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    (Original post by franzorb)
    I got something really close to 256 - I think I integrated between 2 and -5, which gave me a positive value as it's above the x-axis. Then I integrated between 3 and 2, which gave me a negative value as it's below the x-axis, but I ditched the minus and added it on to the total. Got something like 258.75 or something. Does that sound alright?
    It wanted the value of 256 not the correct value of area but the value of area given by their integral.
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    (Original post by fayecaravelli)
    Anyone get x=32 for the simultaneous equations🙏🏼 and wtf even was question 9😭😭😭 overall I didn't find it too bad, just messed up on Q9 and finding out what N was in the summutations question😓
    i did!!
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    (Original post by Rodgersd09)
    This is how I did it Attachment 403857


    La vie? C'est la vie.
    if multiplied by 1/3 not divided how many marks will i lose?
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    just looked at the rough mark scheme I'm pretty sure i lost around 9/10 marks do u think that could be an a?
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    (Original post by Patsella)
    Can someone draw the sin1/3 x graph pls ????? X
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    (Original post by rogdog)
    just looked at the rough mark scheme I'm pretty sure i lost around 9/10 marks do u think that could be an a?
    I'm quite sure that'd get you an A.
 
 
 
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