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    Do we need to know Newtons' law of cooling for differential equations?
    Nah, you just need to know how DE's work.
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    hi does anyone have the crashmaths set a mark scheme for c4?
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    (Original post by imran_)
    hi does anyone have the crashmaths set a mark scheme for c4?
    Wait till the end of the day - it'll be up on the site by then
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    (Original post by kingaaran;[url="tel:63624153")
    63624153[/url]]Wait till the end of the day - it'll be up on the site by then
    Will C4 paper B be available as well 🙃 ?
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    Will C4 paper B be available as well 🙃 ?
    Not by the end of the today, no. Probably by Tuesday or something. I need to get some revision done and I want to make some videos too.

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    can anyone give any tips for factorising large numbers for c1 (I'm resitting this module)

    such as d^2-200d+7500=0
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    can anyone give any tips for factorising large numbers for c1 (I'm resitting this module)

    such as d^2-200d+7500=0
    ab=7500
    a+b=-200

    Solve for a and b
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    (Original post by imran_)
    can anyone give any tips for factorising large numbers for c1 (I'm resitting this module)

    such as d^2-200d+7500=0
    Complete the square then use difference of squares.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Complete the square then use difference of squares.


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    thank you!
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    (Original post by GeologyMaths)
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    Yeah, that doesn't make sense - it's of the form P \implies Q with P true, and Q false so that P \implies Q will always be false. What's the actual question?
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    If I got

    A* in C3
    And
    A* in C4
    And
    B in S2

    (Also got an A in AS maths)
    Is that an A* overall?


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    If I got

    A* in C3
    And
    A* in C4
    And
    B in S2

    (Also got an A in AS maths)
    Is that an A* overall?

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    Yh
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    Just finished my 4th C4 paper and scored 72/75 -> 96% ums = A*

    I should have really scored 74/75 stupid mistakes. :stupido:
    So far I've scored: 86, 87, 96, 96 and still plenty of past papers to do.

    We're all gonna make it!
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    Just finished my 4th C4 paper and scored 72/75 -> 96% ums = A*

    I should have really scored 74/75 stupid mistakes. :stupido:
    So far I've scored: 86, 87, 96, 96 and still plenty of past papers to do.

    We're all gonna make it!
    Good job :borat:
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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Just finished my 4th C4 paper and scored 72/75 -> 96% ums = A*

    I should have really scored 74/75 stupid mistakes. :stupido:
    So far I've scored: 86, 87, 96, 96 and still plenty of past papers to do.

    We're all gonna make it!
    Nice


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    Nice


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    I couldn't have made so much progress without the help of people in the maths community on TSR. #goals
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    How do you integrate xe^x^2? It was in the c4 heinemann exercise book.
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    How do you integrate xe^x^2? It was in the c4 heinemann exercise book.
    I would have thought you would use parts.
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    I would have thought you would use parts.
    Oh yeah that'd probably work, I didn't think to use that because it was in one of the earlier exercises before parts.
 
 
 
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