# AQA GCSE Mathematics Paper 2: 8300HWatch

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11 months ago
#61
It was a great paper. Some questions were a little sly but nothing we haven’t learned
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11 months ago
#62
(Original post by typicaltryhard6)
I got 6 weeks for that question.

Here is what I did:

Theo:James
18+4.5x : 4x, where x = number of weeks

We can assume week 0 = 18:0 as Theo and James start off with £18 and £0 respectively.
Week 1: 22.5:4
Week 2: 27:8
Week 3: 31.5:12
Week 4: 36:16
Week 5: 40.5:20
Week 6: 45:24, which divided by 3, simplifies to 15:8, therefore it took 6 weeks.
surely in the first week they have 0 and 18 but nevertheless even if i did get that wrong i should get 2/3 for working
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11 months ago
#63
(Original post by ibbyakram16)
was q3 3:2
2:3
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11 months ago
#64
(Original post by thekidwhogames)
Good to hear - hopefully u got that 9
Thanks, yeah hopefully but paper 1 didn't go as well as I needed for a 9 so only if I get similar mark in paper 3.
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11 months ago
#65
Was that circle box ratio question 3:2?? & was Q1 a chord?
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11 months ago
#66
(Original post by ibbyakram16)
was q3 3:2
Other way round, it said y is 1.5 times more than x not x was 1.5 more than y.
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11 months ago
#67
(Original post by Iahmed512)
I got (-0.5, 1.5)
Yes, you are actually correct. Luckily I also did root(4^2-(4*4*1))=0, hence there is only one intersection point.
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11 months ago
#68
I put a chord
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11 months ago
#69
(Original post by Iahmed512)
Damn it I made a silly mistake with counting here, I think you're correct and it is indeed 6.
I think that's the only one I got right 😂
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11 months ago
#70
(Original post by cashlinrosario)
Anyone got 14 mins 8 secs for hemisphere rate q?
Yea
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11 months ago
#71
(Original post by cashlinrosario)
how'd you work out x?
I got 43/150 for the Venn diagram
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11 months ago
#72
(Original post by Seth Steele)
i got 1.4
I got - 1.4 but checked answer by doing inverse question and substituting values to check.
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11 months ago
#73
(Original post by don134)
I got it as (-0.5,1.5) ??
I couldn’t do that question. It confused me heavily
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11 months ago
#74
(Original post by don134)
I got it as (-0.5,1.5) ??
yeah
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11 months ago
#75
[QUOTE=typicaltryhard6;78142184]Who got 50.6 for the perimeter of ths pentagon?
Yeah I got roughly that but it didn't specify to round up or not so I just put the full value in the calc
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11 months ago
#76
(Original post by yeet010)
Yea
Did you have to say specific time. Because if you did then oops
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11 months ago
#77
(Original post by cashlinrosario)
how'd you work out x?
7/12 people who do physics do chemistry too so 7/12 = 35
1/12 then equals 5 so 5/12= 25... x=25
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11 months ago
#78
[QUOTE=abdelismail31;78142872]
(Original post by typicaltryhard6)
Who got 50.6 for the perimeter of ths pentagon?
Yeah I got roughly that but it didn't specify to round up or not so I just put the full value in the calc
I did too. I’m guessing you used SOH CAH TOA to work it out?
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11 months ago
#79
Did anyone get the algebraic fraction as 2x - 2 and the simplification of the functions as x + 9?
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11 months ago
#80
(Original post by 21313123123)
7/12 people who do physics do chemistry too so 7/12 = 35
1/12 then equals 5 so 5/12= 25... x=25
It wasn’t 7/12 it was 5/12
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