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    For the trig identity question part b, did you have to rearrange for a tan quadratic and then use the quadratic formula to get the solutions for tans?
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    Do you need 80% across AS and A2 to get an A?
    I got 78% in AS overall



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    (Original post by nichola_vo)
    Is it possible for you to send me a copy too? Please
    and me... please
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    Bonus question: Who wants to calculate the milligrams of blood I've lost after that death.

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    (Original post by Ainsleyy)
    Oh man oh man question 9 was hard at the end. Out of the last 6 marks theres no way I got more than 2. Otherwise this paper wasnt insane but it was hard and I did find I was super short on time which I never normally am anyone else?
    Yup i agree normally i'd get a paper done with 1hr or 1hr 10 this took the full 90minutes
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    test was easy tbh
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    (Original post by exclamationmark)
    Where did -5 and 6 come from?
    First question


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    no

    (Original post by lfcrules)
    Do you think full marks will still be given to 0.5 ln 6.75?
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    (Original post by BSLMaths)
    We were working out the x value and the x value had to be between pi/4 and pi/2 :/
    ah that does make more sense I guess, because all the solutions would be in the range -pi/4 to pi/2 wouldn't they, looks like that's a mark or 2 dropped
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    (Original post by Benji12345)
    For the trig identity question part b, did you have to rearrange for a tan quadratic and then use the quadratic formula to get the solutions for tans?
    Yes using 1 + tan^2(X) = cosec^2(X)
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    Does anybody remember how many marks the sketching arcsin graph was?
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    (Original post by mpwb12345)
    Will send u it
    Send it to me as well
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    Yeah I ran out of time
    I think I lost about 15 marks due to silly mistakes


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    There goes my chances of getting an A overall
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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Do you need 80% across AS and A2 to get an A?
    I got 78% in AS overall



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    so you need 82% at a2
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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Do you need 80% across AS and A2 to get an A?
    I got 78% in AS overall



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    480 UMS in total across 6 units. Doesn't matter if you didn't get 80% or more at AS as long as your total is 80% or more.
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    Dunno why some people come on this thread literally just to say 'exam was easy'. Does it feed your ego? or?
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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Do you need 80% across AS and A2 to get an A?
    I got 78% in AS overall



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    You need to average 480 / 600 ums in all 6 modules; or average 80 ums on every module.

    If you got 78 ums overall in AS, you need to average 82 ums in A2 overall to get an A overall.
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    (Original post by k.russell)
    ah that does make more sense I guess, because all the solutions would be in the range -pi/4 to pi/2 wouldn't they, looks like that's a mark or 2 dropped
    Don't worry, looks like overall people found it tricky so it shouldn't be a big deal
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    (Original post by BSLMaths)
    Yes using 1 + tan^2(X) = cosec^2(X)
    incorrect it's cot not tan, tan is for sec
 
 
 
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