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# Hitler reacts to C1 watch

1. I'm looking in the comments and it sounds like the C1 paper wasn't even that hard. They appeared to be going bonkers over a trivial 9th grade question
2. (Original post by CancerousProblem)
I'm looking in the comments and it sounds like the C1 paper wasn't even that hard. They appeared to be going bonkers over a trivial 9th grade question
I don't understand the fuss over the simultaneous equation one, it's simple substitution. However, I can agree that 1b) and Q10 were pretty cruel questions. Nasty questions at the start can ruin your confidence which can effect the entire paper.

However, the video was pretty funny.
3. (Original post by Dieselblue)
I don't understand the fuss over the simultaneous equation one, it's simple substitution. However, I can agree that 1b) and Q10 were pretty cruel questions. Nasty questions at the start can ruin your confidence which can effect the entire paper.

However, the video was pretty funny.
what were 1b and Q10?
4. Paper was fine. Don't know why people are crying over it.
5. (Original post by CancerousProblem)
what were 1b and Q10?
1b) was a surd question root2/2root5-3root2
I got the right method by multiplying the top and bottom by the denominator but I got a stupid answer that wasn't an interger.

10) was some horrid coordinate geometry question which you had to integrate too find f(x) and using a point on the graph to find C.

Then using that find the equation of a line perpendicular to F(X) which is parallel with the line with the equation 2y-x+1=0 or something like that.
6. (Original post by Dieselblue)
1b) was a surd question root2/2root5-3root2
I got the right method by multiplying the top and bottom by the denominator but I got a stupid answer that wasn't an interger.

10) was some horrid coordinate geometry question which you had to integrate too find f(x) and using a point on the graph to find C.

Then using that find the equation of a line perpendicular to F(X) which is parallel with the line with the equation 2y-x+1=0 or something like that.
1b) sounds like a GCSE question

I don't know what 10 is from your description but judging from what has been considered a 'hard' question by you guys I don't imagine it's too different
7. (Original post by CancerousProblem)
1b) sounds like a GCSE question

I don't know what 10 is from your description but judging from what has been considered a 'hard' question by you guys I don't imagine it's too different

There is no need to be so arrogant.
8. (Original post by CancerousProblem)
1b) sounds like a GCSE question

I don't know what 10 is from your description but judging from what has been considered a 'hard' question by you guys I don't imagine it's too different
Person above is mad and impaired to humour
9. (Original post by Dieselblue)
There is no need to be so arrogant.
(Original post by dripper)
Person above is mad and impaired to humour
You guys, he's doing STEP I this year, what do you expect? Don't worry, his opinion pretty much doesn't count when it comes to this test.

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