# I.Y.G.B. Special Papers

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Such a variety of questions, brilliant mind

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#3
Thank you very much for sharing
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(Original post by physicsmaths)
Such a variety of questions, brilliant mind

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Thank you very much for sharing
thank you both
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(Original post by TeeEm)
thank you both
ditto other users.

thanks a lot mate!
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(Original post by TeeEm)
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The amount of work you put into this forum and the help you give it to everyone is astounding. Thank you, you've helped me out a lot too!
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>that feel you download all the special papers from the site and most say "coming soon"
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(Original post by Anonynmous)
>that feel you download all the special papers from the site and most say "coming soon"
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Thank you for your encouraging words.
Note that I am writing these papers back to front...
Paper A will be "coming soon" till next spring as I write at the rate of a paper every 7-10 days.
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(Original post by TeeEm)
Thank you for your encouraging words.
Note that I am writing these papers back to front...
Paper A will be "coming soon" till next spring as I write at the rate of a paper every 7-10 days.
Haha yeah i gathered!

Awesome stuff!
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(Original post by TeeEm)
I.Y.G.B. Special Paper Z
Hey, TeeEm, for Paper Z question 2, I completed the solution and looked at your markscheme. Your solution looked a little long winded, so I was wondering whether you could check over my solution and see whether it was valid or not - I'll keep it spoilered and will edit it out if you wish.

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Because is in the second quadrant and is equidistant from the axes, then it has the form for some . Hence, we have and . So .
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(Original post by Zacken)
Hey, TeeEm, for Paper Z question 2, I completed the solution and looked at your markscheme. Your solution looked a little long winded, so I was wondering whether you could check over my solution and see whether it was valid or not - I'll keep it spoilered and will edit it out if you wish.

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Because is in the second quadrant and is equidistant from the axes, then it has the form for some . Hence, we have and . So .
all correct too
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(Original post by TeeEm)
all correct too
Great, thanks!
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do you have any of these papers of the same difficulty for C1/C2 content only?
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thanks for all that
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(Original post by M14B)
thanks for all that
Paper T including solutions is also available in my site....

Currently I am writing Paper S
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(Original post by TeeEm)
Paper T including solutions is also available in my site....

Currently I am writing Paper S
nice
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(Original post by bigmansouf)
nice
Judging by the type of questions you are doing at present it will a while till you access these as they require C1 to C4 minimum knowledge, but I hope you give a few papers or even individual questions a go even if you do not end up doing specialized Maths exams.
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(Original post by TeeEm)
Judging by the type of questions you are doing at present it will a while till you access these as they require C1 to C4 minimum knowledge, but I hope you give a few papers or even individual questions a go even if you do not end up doing specialized Maths exams.
thanks for the advice the problem is that i have a 1tb external hard drive so i only save it currently

at this moment i am doing c2 just finished differentiation and moving on to intergration

I had to put my academic duties on hold to working 40+ hours a week but now im wishing to new employment which will enable me to learn Maths

Curently, I am using Main edexcel textbook, Rosemary edexcel book, SMP book (School Mathematics Project), Backhouse Pure Mathematics 1 and your Favourite Bostock Pure Mathematics 1

actually and a dense book by Anthony Nicolaides - wrote boks like this one http://www.amazon.com/Cartesian-Pola...sap_bc?ie=UTF8

If I was a full time student this will not be possible but i really do think it is a good benefit for using these books

since im not it enables me to understand mathematics better

soo soon will be able to do your questions

can I ask is your special papers a bridge from AEA to STEP papers
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(Original post by bigmansouf)
thanks for the advice the problem is that i have a 1tb external hard drive so i only save it currently

at this moment i am doing c2 just finished differentiation and moving on to intergration

I had to put my academic duties on hold to working 40+ hours a week but now im wishing to new employment which will enable me to learn Maths

Curently, I am using Main edexcel textbook, Rosemary edexcel book, SMP book (School Mathematics Project), Backhouse Pure Mathematics 1 and your Favourite Bostock Pure Mathematics 1

actually and a dense book by Anthony Nicolaides - wrote boks like this one http://www.amazon.com/Cartesian-Pola...sap_bc?ie=UTF8

If I was a full time student this will not be possible but i really do think it is a good benefit for using these books

since im not it enables me to understand mathematics better

soo soon will be able to do your questions

can I ask is your special papers a bridge from AEA to STEP papers
I know and own all these books. I hope it works well for you.
The special papers offer in-between practice to non standard questions or generally harder questions.
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