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    (Original post by xx_lofsuburbia)
    I thought I had 5 minutes to spare, so I rushed a number of answers, then about 10 minutes later, I sat there wondering why we hadn't been told to stop, only to realise that we still had time...
    Wow! I ran out of time

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    (Original post by Sallekmo)
    Lol i couldnt prove x so i equated whatever i had to their x and used their x and subbed it in the y=-x to prove the y coordinate. The last part to find the midpoint i was getting there doing 1/2* x coordinate of p + x coordinate
    Same with y but i couldnt finish it as time finished. I really wish arsey releases the papers quick. I saw the paper on the table i was so tempted to tak a few pictures. Lol
    You needed to get a rearrangement with something like (1-p^4) and dif of 2 squares gives (1+p^2)(1-p^2). This then cancels with the denominator and you get the answer.
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    (Original post by LewisClothier)
    I got √5 for the modulus, which is like 2.23, oh well

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    It was root 5
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    Same.
    (Original post by LukeB98)
    No idea for the lines. I got a=-1 and so the modulus was sqrt(5), which is 2.34.
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    (Original post by Themathgeek)
    Wow! I ran out of time

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    I messed up question 7 and the matrices question, probably along with others...

    Now I can't afford to **ck up either D1 or M2.
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    Couldn't even prove the equation of the chord completely messed up on the graph questions and complex number questions. Solid D here I come
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    (Original post by midgemeister7)
    oh right, a was -1, modulus was root5 and argument was something like 2.03
    How was the Mod Root 5?
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    I dropped 6 marks for definite and accounting for silly mistakes I would guess I got 65/75. But then it was a resit for me pretty sure I have secured an A in AS further maths

    Onwards and upwards!
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    (Original post by imnoteinstein)
    Yeah couldnt do it, so i pretended my working was equal to the answer given :/
    yeah same haha, kind of just jumped to the answer because I didn't know how to do the intermediate steps
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    I thought the question asked for the relationship between OR AND OP. So stupid!
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    Really messed up bad. Anyone have the paper and/or unofficial answers?

    Got the modulus to be 5, cause it was -5 right? So sqr. root of -5 squared gave me 5. But I probably read the question wrong considering so many are saying root 5.
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    Anyone found the model answers
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    (Original post by Skygliderjack)
    It was root 5
    It said to leave it to 3SF I think
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    I got root5 for the modulus.
    (Original post by mathew daniels)
    2.03 for the modulus and -8i for z squared?
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    (Original post by Foutre en L'air)
    It said to leave it to 3SF I think
    Yeah I did It was just easier to say root 5
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    (Original post by Chirstos Ioannou)
    How did you do 7(d)? Find the value of k for which T maps points on y=kx onto itself?
    k=5
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    (Original post by thelegend99)
    Really messed up bad. Anyone have the paper and/or unofficial answers?

    Got the modulus to be 5, cause it was -5 right? So sqr. root of -5 squared gave me 5. But I probably read the question wrong considering so many are saying root 5.
    It wanted the modulus and argument of z, not z^2+2z
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    Anyone remember how many marks the last two parts of 9 were worth?

    Think I lost all them marks but got the rest the paper

    For the first proof by induction is it alright if I didn't do the step shown in the pic?

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    I got 5root2-5/2root2, which is the same.
    (Original post by imnoteinstein)
    Was the x coordinate of the last question somethinf like 15 (root2)/4?
 
 
 
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