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    did anybody do it. It was paper 5 today, in my honest opinion it was solid. I think i will be lucky to get anywhere near 50%. Some of those (the last one in particular) really threw me. To be honest i didnt actually struggle on tooo many questions but on a couple i got ridiculously long answers.

    For those of you who are wondering: it was the one with the cone as the last question and the heave barrels for the builder (45T) weight boundary.

    How did you do?
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    They gave you the equations for the last question (front of the paper), and everything cancelled, which was nice.

    pi*r^2*h = pi*r*l
    I got 96pi for final part.
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    (Original post by gunpowda)
    They gave you the equations for the last question (front of the paper), and everything cancelled, which was nice.

    pi*r^2*h = pi*r*l
    I got 96pi for final part.
    Wow, I got that too! I at least got a few marks then.

    I didn't think it was too bad, I found a lot of past papers harder.

    I thought the one with different proportions between x and y, then y=10 and you have to say what happens to it when you have 4x was really confusing, it took me ages to work out what they were on about.
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    I hope paper II isn't much harder
 
 
 
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