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# Edexcel AS/A2 Mathematics M1 - 8th June 2016 - Official Thread watch

1. Tomorrow I'm going to do 2 papers and review everything I'm unsure about in M1

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2. In June 2014 r , why is it in part B the S is doubled
3. (Original post by ArafH)
In June 2014 r , why is it in part B the S is doubled
that question is impossible to read, can you not take a screenshot?
4. Does anyone have any tips on Moments about deciding where a point goes (you're trying to find the distance to that point)

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5. (Original post by KINGYusuf)
Does anyone have any tips on Moments about deciding where a point goes (you're trying to find the distance to that point)

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?

can you give an example of a question
6. (Original post by KINGYusuf)
Does anyone have any tips on Moments about deciding where a point goes (you're trying to find the distance to that point)

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Put it anywhere and call the distance x (or equivalent). Don't waste time trying to make your diagram too accurate
7. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
My favourite M1 problem ever!!! And home made of course.
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You got this final answers for this, I did A and B - got the same answers as you.
My answers are in the spoiler for C&D.
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C)18.9N
D)1.93kg
8. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
My favourite M1 problem ever!!! And home made of course.
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Is this something that could come up in our real exam?
9. (Original post by RKM21)
You got this final answers for this, I did A and B - got the same answers as you.
My answers are in the spoiler for C&D.
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C)18.9N
D)1.93kg
You are indeed correct!
10. (Original post by Don Pedro K.)
Is this something that could come up in our real exam?
A question like this could because it is built off of the principles that you have learnt in M1. The topics it includes is incline planes, resolving forces, pulleys and moments.
11. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
You are indeed correct!
Thanks, I absolutely loved the question. I just had a look at the paper you created. Do you have the answers for the challenge paper 1.
12. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
A question like this could because it is built off of the principles that you have learnt in M1. The topics it includes is incline planes, resolving forces, pulleys and moments.
Hey, I wanted something a bit harder to try for M1 before my retake, where can I find the practice papers you made?

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13. (Original post by RKM21)
Thanks, I absolutely loved the question. I just had a look at the paper you created. Do you have the answers for the challenge paper 1.
Lost the PDF with answers so have posted answers in spoiler.

Answers in spoiler for questions that didn't involve show that.
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Question 1:
c) ms^-1

Question 2:
b)i) ms^-1
ii) m
c) Assumption: No air resistance

Question 3:
a)
b) kmh^-1
c)
d) km

Question 4:
b)
c) m

Question 5:
a) N
b) N
c) m

Question 6:
a) or
b)
c) seconds

Question 7:
a) N
b) N
c) kg
14. (Original post by pineneedles)
Hey, I wanted something a bit harder to try for M1 before my retake, where can I find the practice papers you made?

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Here you go.

If you are unsure on the wording of any questions just contact me.
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15. Mechanics 1 Practice Paper 4 UPDATE.pdf (510.5 KB, 83 views)
16. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
Lost the PDF with answers so have posted answers in spoiler.

Answers in spoiler for questions that didn't involve show that.
Spoiler:
Show
Question 1:
c) ms^-1

Question 2:
b)i) ms^-1
ii) m
c) Assumption: No air resistance

Question 3:
a)
b) kmh^-1
c)
d) km

Question 4:
b)
c) m

Question 5:
a) N
b) N
c) m

Question 6:
a) or
b)
c) seconds

Question 7:
a) N
b) N
c) kg
Cheers.
17. Can someone please tell me what OQ and PQ is?
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18. (Original post by KINGYusuf)
Can someone please tell me what OQ and PQ is?

19. (Original post by Cryptokyo)

Thanks!

Can I not do -p + 2r + p = 2r but that's wrong? :/
20. (Original post by KINGYusuf)
Thanks!

Can I not do -p + 2r + p = 2r but that's wrong? :/
The vector you have stated is the vector
21. (Original post by Cryptokyo)
The vector you have stated is the vector
I mean why for OQ can I not do like OB + BQ?

This gives me the wrong answer though

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