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# Edexcel - M3 - 18th May 2016 watch

1. (Original post by BBeyond)
Anyone know if Arsey does M3 model answers?
na he don't sometimes other people do. i will try get a paper and bring it home and do some. my teachers normally give me one.
2. (Original post by BBeyond)
Anyone know if Arsey does M3 model answers?
(Original post by physicsmaths)
na he don't sometimes other people do. i will try get a paper and bring it home and do some. my teachers normally give me one.
I can do them over my long break or email the paper to PM and he can (my school gets the papers). I'll be doing the IAL one anyway to see how much I need in FP2/FP3 to get an A*
3. (Original post by Ayman!)
I can do them over my long break or email the paper to PM and he can (my school gets the papers). I'll be doing the IAL one anyway to see how much I need in FP2/FP3 to get an A*
so can u get hold of the UK one? If I don't get the paper email it to me? I can do IAL that day aswell.
4. Jan 14 IAL Q6b.
The question says 'less then 2pi..' and not less then or equal to so I used tension>0 and not >=0 the mark scheme as it seems doesn't seem to address. also technically this time can't be achieved can it as implied in the mark scheme?
5. Also are solomons worth it? Hardest ones? Are they harder then the IAL/R papers.

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6. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Also are solomons worth it? Hardest ones? Are they harder then the IAL/R papers.

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I personally found most of them easier than normal papers
7. (Original post by Zacken)
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I think they are confusing the criterion for complete circles.

Strings - tension at top > 0.

Rods - speed at top > 0.

This makes intuitive sense since rods cannot exactly go slack or anything, can they - so the condition is that the rod must have a velocity at the top for it to perform complete circles whereas strings can go slack so the condition is that tension at the top needs to be greater than 0.
Yep thats what I was thinking. Thanks for clearing it up
8. Less than 100 hours till our exam
9. (Original post by Windowswind123)
I personally found most of them easier than normal papers
Cheers I will alow it and do some *****y s3.

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10. (Original post by justthatboy)
Less than 100 hours till our exam
rip
11. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Cheers I will alow it and do some *****y s3.

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Allow the stats man it's decent
12. (Original post by justthatboy)
Less than 100 hours till our exam
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
13. (Original post by BBeyond)
Allow the stats man it's decent
It is, I am just **** at it. Doing S3-4 and I don't even know what a ****ing Hypothesis test is.
I ain't even joking blud.

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14. (Original post by justthatboy)
Less than 100 hours till our exam
And around 95 more hours of procrastination as well
15. (Original post by physicsmaths)
It is, I am just **** at it. Doing S3-4 and I don't even know what a ****ing Hypothesis test is.
I ain't even joking blud.

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Well that's pretty **** ahaha, what u get in s1 and 2?
16. (Original post by BBeyond)
Well that's pretty **** ahaha, what u get in s1 and 2?
Well i know bits of hypothesis testing i just don't understand it at all. I got 83 in S1 and S2 49 cause I knew I only needed a few marks on S2. I need a B ish in S3 and 8ums in S4. So hopefully i shud be alright if and only if o gather 290/300 in M3-5. Lol.

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17. i am #****ed

18. June 13 question 7c, can anyone show me their diagram as I'm pretty sure I've misinterpreted the costheta = -3/5 I get the x value correct but I have -3a/5 in my y one instead of +3a/5

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19. (Original post by BBeyond)

June 13 question 7c, can anyone show me their diagram as I'm pretty sure I've misinterpreted the costheta = -3/5 I get the x value correct but I have -3a/5 in my y one instead of +3a/5

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Here's mine

https://gyazo.com/70786540fb4fa630c569d20b37e76550
20. What even how neat is that omg

Ahhhhhh that makes sense I normally just chuck the triangle into the next quadrant randomly and use the same values for theta cheers man

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