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    No grade boundaries will be similar to last years


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    (Original post by midgemeister7)
    No it would certainly not be 83 ums for 67/68

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    (Original post by Ainsleyy)
    Seriously you might be surprised most of my friends missed the grades for their uni but all got in. Just relax and try your hardest for C4

    what were their offers?
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    Think I could of potentially got 100% finally after dreadful further maths exams
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    (Original post by mangoli)
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    the long division way
    Fml
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    (Original post by Ryan105)
    Proof for tanx question. Couldn't do part b) in exam but just realised how to , so will post in a bit
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    I used the double angle for sin and cos and used tan2x as a fraction of that and simplified. It seemed to work.
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    For the question with the simplifying fractions (I think it was 8), does this method work?

    (x^4 + x^3 - 3x^2 + 7x - 6)/(x^2 + x - 6) = x^2 + A + B/(x-2)

    If x = 0,

    -6/-6 = A - B/2

    If x = 1

    0 = 1+A- B
    B = A+1

    1 = A + (A+1)/(-2)
    -2 = -2A + A + 1
    -3 = -A
    A = 3
    So B = 3+1 = 4
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    (Original post by jshep000)
    Not really there were 2 ways you could have done it you melt, was referring to how we got exact answers earlier on in the thread as we discussed them.
    i like big KoK in my bum
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    Will 73 be 100 ums guys?
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    How many marks was 8b??
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    (Original post by Pablo Picasso)
    around 70/69
    Pablo swear you're just here to troll people with absurdly high predictions
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    How many marks was the first question worth in total
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    (Original post by hazzam)
    Think I could of potentially got 100% finally after dreadful further maths exams
    I know that feeling.
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    how many marks was 6b?
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    What was the question for 5i? Sure I got a different answer to everyone
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    (Original post by IsaacMed17)
    Will 73 be 100 ums guys?
    I'm not trying to be annoying, but people would just be guessing.

    Maybe, maybe not.
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    (Original post by Jordanwright123)
    Pablo swear you're just here to troll people with absurdly high predictions
    Watch him be right ... Then watch me kms
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    (Original post by timelizard)
    what were their offers?
    Surrey Sussex Sheffield.
    AAB ABB AAB

    They all missed by 1 and got in anyway. I think my other friend missed queen marys by 2 and still got in
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    (Original post by buci98)
    5 ii was 2cosec4y I think
    Could you remind mhat question 5i was asking?
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    What did people get for 6a? I got A=3 but my remainder was coming out at 4x+13... I was putting -6+18 inmy calculator, repeatedly but kept coming out as 13 (wtf) ( I should have obvs done this in my head but I was trying to save time and didn't see the blatant mistake of not doing -6+18 in my head-.-) So I just left the rest of Q6 and dropped all those marks -.- becuase of my calculator.
    My calculator also kept giving the wrong answer sin(-pi/3) (and yes I was in rad) for one of the questions - thankfully I went back and then it decided to give my the right answer

    Destroyed my calculator. Now I need a new one for c4
 
 
 
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