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    (Original post by Acrux)
    How many papers did you do for C1/2 S1 and FP1 and the UMS that followed?
    If you dont mind me asking
    I did about 6/7+ papers for each module, I think. Something like that.
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    How many papers did you do for C1/2 S1 and FP1 and the UMS that followed?
    If you dont mind me asking
    His results are here and he did about 5-6 for each. I know because he's said this so many times before. :laugh:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    I did about 6/7+ papers for each module, I think. Something like that.
    No solomon papers?
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    No solomon papers?
    Nu-uh, just regular ones. Never got the point of doing worksheets/madasmaths papers/solomon papers/etc... just the bare essential ones and then off to do interesting maths. :yep:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Nu-uh, just regular ones. Never got the point of doing worksheets/madasmaths papers/solomon papers/etc... just the bare essential ones and then off to do interesting maths. :yep:
    Fair enough.
    Thanks
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    Fair enough.
    Thanks
    Probably not the most useful advice for exam prep.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Probably not the most useful advice for exam prep.
    agreed
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    Hi, does anyone have any solutions or worked answers for the crash maths coordinate systems worksheet please? Would be really helpful
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    (Original post by economicss)
    Hi, does anyone have any solutions or worked answers for the crash maths coordinate systems worksheet please? Would be really helpful
    I've just started one and will finish it off tomorrow for you.
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    (Original post by kingaaran)
    I've just started one and will finish it off tomorrow for you.
    Don't you have revision of your own? Extremely kind of you, I must say.
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    Don't you have revision of your own? Extremely kind of you, I must say.
    Yeah which is why I decided to stop and finish it off tomorrow.

    Might do an M3 paper now I think...
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    (Original post by kingaaran)
    I've just started one and will finish it off tomorrow for you.
    Thanks so much!
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    (Original post by kingaaran)
    Yeah which is why I decided to stop and finish it off tomorrow.

    Might do an M3 paper now I think...
    Try an IAL, those are always fun!
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    Try an IAL, those are always fun!
    I'm still on January 2006 - gonna finish the earlier ones first, because I need all the practice I can get with this module
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    Hi, does anyone know whether question 8d https://doc-0o-0g-docs.googleusercon...3V2dkpfN3lsRHM could appear on the UK paper or is it out of spec? if it isn't, how do we do it please? Thanks
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    (Original post by economicss)
    Hi, does anyone know whether question 8d https://doc-0o-0g-docs.googleusercon...3V2dkpfN3lsRHM could appear on the UK paper or is it out of spec? if it isn't, how do we do it please? Thanks
    Your document doesn't load. What paper is it?
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    (Original post by aymanzayedmannan)
    Your document doesn't load. What paper is it?
    Sorry, June 2015 IAL
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    (Original post by economicss)
    Sorry, June 2015 IAL
    It's not on spec for the UK syllabus since you don't need to know how to turn it about any given angle.

    However, the matrix \begin{pmatrix} \cos \theta & -\sin \theta \\ \sin\theta & \cos\theta \end{pmatrix} is the matrix which rotates any matrix through an angle \theta about O. You'd use this matrix to find \mathbf{Q}.
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    (Original post by LelouchViRuge)
    I want to wish everyone the best of luck for this module. Looking back at discussions from a few years ago, I've noticed a pattern. The people who score low in this module regard this module as 'easy' and never practice it. Hence, they end up with this being the module they scored lowest on. Stupid right? Don't make that mistake.

    I have given you everything you need to score high on this module. Use it to your advantage, so you're not having to retake modules next year. Again, Good luck everyone!
    Thanks for making this thread OP! I've added it to the Exam Directory Thread which you can find here. Use that thread to find discussions on your other exam papers, and do let me know if you spot any that aren't on the list. Good luck with this exam!
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    Anyone want to have a go at these? Spoiler solutions!
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    Question 1: (Assumption and inductive step only)

    A sequence is defined by  a_1 = 7 and  a_k_+_1 = 7a_k - 3

    Prove by induction that  a_n = \frac{[13(7^n^-^1)]+1}{2}
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    Question 2: The point P has coordinates  (p^2,2p) and the point Q has coordinates (q^2,2q), where p and q are non-zero and  p \not= q . The curve C is given by  y^2 = 4x . The point R is the intersection of the tangent to C at P and the tangent to C at Q. Show that R has coordinates  (pq,p+q)
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    2nd Part: The point S is the intersection of the normal to C at P and the normal to C at Q. if p and q are such that  (1,0) lies on the line PQ, show that S has coordinates  (p^2 + q^2 + 1, p + q)
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    Bonus part: Show that the quadrilateral PSQR is a rectangle
 
 
 
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