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    (Original post by Midgeymoo17)
    He is referring to the wrong question in Q1 you do not reject the negative.
    Hopefully. I don't even know how u guys remember the questions so well like that.
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    (Original post by Sophie Wilczek)
    Hopefully. I don't even know how u guys remember the questions so well like that.
    We don't Sophie:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4102755
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    What do you reckon full ums will be? I think it'll be 75
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    I don't really know tbh...most people in my year found it to be a bit of a challenge...
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    (Original post by TelevisedTadpole)
    hey how did you lot prove R was self inverse? I showed that R^2=I. Is that good enough? (it was a 1 marker soooo)
    Thats what I did too! I really wanna know if thats right
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    Yeah just realised he posted it already 😊✌🏻 + im Screwed 66/75 🙄
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    (Original post by Sophie Wilczek)
    Yeah just realised he posted it already 😊✌🏻 + im Screwed 66/75 🙄
    you're in no way screwed at 66... could possible be 90+ UMS
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    (Original post by GarlicBread01)
    Thats what I did too! I really wanna know if thats right
    I mean for 1 mark its a good method so should be accepted. Also, what did you put for the geometrical relationship between the 2 lines.
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    (Original post by GarlicBread01)
    Thats what I did too! I really wanna know if thats right
    It is.
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    (Original post by LewisClothier)
    you're in no way screwed at 66... could possible be 90+ UMS
    I doubt that. I think It's gonna probably be like 84 UMS. And it's a screw up just because I wanted to go super relaxed to the FP2 exam in a couple of weeks having those 100ums in fp1 do that I could get like 60 ums in fp2 and still get that A in FM to meet my conditional offer 🙄 I guess I'd better just learn to excel at FP2 then
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    Any thoughts on the full UMS mark?
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    (Original post by Sophie Wilczek)
    I doubt that. I think It's gonna probably be like 84 UMS. And it's a screw up just because I wanted to go super relaxed to the FP2 exam in a couple of weeks having those 100ums in fp1 do that I could get like 60 ums in fp2 and still get that A in FM to meet my conditional offer 🙄 I guess I'd better just learn to excel at FP2 then
    oh wait yeah, it might not be that high, but still i wouldn't worry, you got this!
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    Does anyone know when/if model answers for F1 IAL May16 will be available? Thanks!
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    Using the assumption, i got 1/3 *5* (1/3)^k then put the put the 1/3 as a power ; ^k+1
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    for question 1, would I lose a mark for saying the answer is +/- 1/root2 instead of root2/2 ?
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    (Original post by shuu00)
    Wasn't it 3dp ????
    Haha no it said 3sf but i didnt know if that was for the argument only because it said answers not answer so it suggested write both
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    (Original post by isaac_wood_)
    Haha no it said 3sf but i didnt know if that was for the argument only because it said answers not answer so it suggested write both
    Well fak. You think that could lose me the mark?
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    What are people estimating grade boundaries to be?
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    (Original post by Shaunmcgown)
    What are people estimating grade boundaries to be?
    61/62 for an A? It was a tough paper but I don't think they'd drop it any lower than that, but let us hope!
 
 
 
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