# OCR Core 2 Maths: Wednesday 25th May 2016Watch

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#1
Anyone want to discuss what they think will come up?
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#2
(Original post by ChicharitoMUFC)
Anyone want to discuss what they think will come up?
Pretty much everything . I think there will be quite difficult arithmetic and geometric sequence questions and binomial expansion ones.
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#3
(Original post by Bruce267099)
Pretty much everything . I think there will be quite difficult arithmetic and geometric sequence questions and binomial expansion ones.
Ok cheers, do you think there will be applications to geometric series questions? I haven't seen them for a while in papers
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#4
(Original post by ChicharitoMUFC)
Ok cheers, do you think there will be applications to geometric series questions? I haven't seen them for a while in papers
Just go on the solomon papers on the physics and maths tutor website they should definitely prepare you and after the state of core 1 i wouldn't be surprised.
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#5
if it's like core 1 I'll cry
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#6
easy paper
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#7
Yep. Good Paper.
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#8
Was the answer to one of the logs questions 12?
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#9
What did you get for Q9 A AND K
A=3/5
K=√3/2 ?????? (Root 3, Divided by, 2)
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#10
What did you get for the radius of sector?
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#11
For Q9, I got:

A=5/3 and k=root3/2
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#12
I found that paper ok. I have no emotions at all towards the paper. I would rate it a solid 5/10.
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#13
(Original post by gsdfghgfhfg)
Sector

0.5R^23PIE/10=60

THEREFORE
R= 11.3 CM
That's the formula for area
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#14
Lel
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#15
Who else found 9 part vi really difficult?

I got 4 theta, but I'm fairly sure theta was meant to equal 2ab
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#16
(Original post by JoshH2016)
Who else found 9 part vi really difficult?

I got 4 theta, but I'm fairly sure theta was meant to equal 2ab

Sorry, 9 part iv
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#17
(Original post by JoshH2016)
For Q9, I got:

A=5/3 and k=root3/2
i put A=3/5
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#18
pretty sure the radius was 20.4cm
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#19
It gave us the perimeter not the area...
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#20
(Original post by sandpitturtle)
pretty sure the radius was 20.4cm
I got this - you must be right
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