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    How was your exam guys? Any one get the coordinates of Q and R right?
    What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
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    Is it just me who thought it was hard...There are so few students at my school doing FM so no idea how the exam was generally
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    Couldnt solve radius. Couldnt show the disibility for n=k+1. Other than that. got the rest.
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    Found the paper very easy except question 8 part c) d) Couldnt find r and didnt find the coordinates of Q and R.
    I just wanted to check what people got for their angle in the matrices question, was it 3.69 (around that...)
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    It was more difficult than june's for sure, but overall I think it was easy. I think the coordinates were Q(3a,4root3a) and P(3a, -4root3a). I just took the normal at Q and said it must pass through the centre of the cycle (as radius). Another guy in my class said that the tangent of C at Q must be equal to the tangent of the circle at Q and found the coordinates like that.
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    (Original post by Nasimalam)
    How was your exam guys? Any one get the coordinates of Q and R right?
    What do you think the grade boundaries will be?
    I just did q8 part c and d, at home and the answers I got for Q(3a,2aroot(3)) and R(3a,-2aroot(3)) . I acquired this by using the normal equation we got and substituting the coordinates of the circle center. Part D the answer was 4a^2 root(3)
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    (Original post by Amirali_Mr)
    I just did q8 part c and d, at home and the answers I got for Q(3a,2aroot(3)) and R(3a,-2aroot(3)) . I acquired this by using the normal equation we got and substituting the coordinates of the circle center. Part D the answer was 4a^2 root(3)
    Oh God! It was that simple.Awww
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    (Original post by Nasimalam)
    Oh God! It was that simple.Awww
    I know I'm annoyed...
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    (Original post by Amirali_Mr)
    I just did q8 part c and d, at home and the answers I got for Q(3a,2aroot(3)) and R(3a,-2aroot(3)) . I acquired this by using the normal equation we got and substituting the coordinates of the circle center. Part D the answer was 4a^2 root(3)
    Yes! I couldn't remember in which part was 2 and in which 4
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    Anyone remembers the wording of the Matrix question?
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    (Original post by Zacula)
    Anyone remembers the wording of the Matrix question?
    Reflection in y axis
 
 
 
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