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    (Original post by Nikhilm)
    The june 2015 paper is beautiful.
    It really was
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    anybody got the link for the s2 + s1 thread? Can't find the respective 16 threads
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    (Original post by tazza ma razza)
    anybody got the link for the s2 + s1 thread? Can't find the respective 16 threads
    Here is the S2 one.

    (The link button isn't working for me :shakecane:)

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...107&p=64426231

    I don't think S1 exists, I'll have a look and if not I'll make it now.
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    (Original post by Rkai01)
    In the book it does say a continuity correction can be applied depending on a question. It is definitely in the chapter 3 somewhere in a red box where they write comments.
    Can you tell me the page number?

    I know that theoretically it makes sense - in fact, most other boards use a correction of \pm \frac{1}{2n} after using the CLT, where n is the sample size. But Edexcel doesn't follow it for some reason.
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    Well ok.


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    Well ok.


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    The questions on random numbers in the book are not so great I guess in the exam, just pick the numbers in a random way (eg going down a column or across a row), say what you're doing and .... I think that works.
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    Well ok.


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    When you expect an add further maths student to pick out random numbers from a chart 😂
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    The questions on random numbers in the book are not so great I guess in the exam, just pick the numbers in a random way (eg going down a column or across a row), say what you're doing and .... I think that works.
    Have you ever seen the need to use that table in a past paper? :erm:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Have you ever seen the need to use that table in a past paper? :erm:
    If they are gona put it in the exam they will in our year 😂. Ch 2 is the worst thing I have ever seen and I have done and IMO paper before 😂.


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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Have you ever seen the need to use that table in a past paper? :erm:
    It's been too long, I'll have a look at the most recent ones and see if it pops up.

    Ah, it kind of half-came up in the paper I sat, question 1. But no need to use the tables here, just to appreciate them.
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    It's been too long, I'll have a look at the most recent ones and see if it pops up.

    Ah, it kind of half-came up in the paper I sat, question 1.
    Ahhh, okay. It's worth brushing over the night before the exam along with the rest of chapter two then. :lol: Thanks! :
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Ahhh, okay. It's worth brushing over the night before the exam along with the rest of chapter two then. :lol: Thanks! :
    S3 in a nutshell. :rofl:
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    S3 in a nutshell. :rofl:
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    Ahhh, okay. It's worth brushing over the night before the exam along with the rest of chapter two then. :lol: Thanks! :
    I am expecting both of you to get 100 UMS.:lol:

    No pressure!
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    Did u lot actually learn ch 2?


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    I am expecting both of you to get 100 UMS.:lol:

    No pressure!
    They brought an exponential function for the MLE in my exam. It was really easy. Thanks for your help the other day 😊

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    They brought an exponential function for the MLE in my exam. It was really easy. Thanks for your help the other day 😊

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    Ohh, nice, lambda to the power n and all of that . Expecting 100 UMS from you too.
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    Is there an S4 thread??
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Ohh, nice, lambda to the power n and all of that . Expecting 100 UMS from you too.
    I'm at uni. And no, they gave a specialised function. Also, I thought you said that MLE wasn't a part of A levels?

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    (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
    I'm at uni. And no, they gave a specialised function. Also, I thought you said that MLE wasn't a part of A levels?

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    I know you are you get UMS, sort of, at uni as well. At least, I do! It's just not as clear/transparent as at A-level.
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    I know you are you get UMS, sort of, at uni as well. At least, I do! It's just not as clear/transparent as at A-level.
    Lol I can never get full marks in anything, I make too many mistakes.

    At levels I had 100 UMS knowledge but I'd never actually get it. It's always 97, 95 lol so annoying.

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