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For the circle question can you leave the radius as Root 50?
Don't think so, asked for exact
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For the circle question can you leave the radius as Root 50?
Nah sorry bro
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For the circle question can you leave the radius as Root 50?
You’ll get one mark but not both as it said simplified I’m pretty sure
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For the geometric I got a = 1000 as s=a/1-r so 1-r = 0.1?
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1) (2,2) and (6,4rt2)
b) r=51.413
2) 128 + 448x +672k^2x^2 +560k^3x^3
b) k=1.5
3) proof
b) a+b=21
c) b=31 a=-10
d) 24x^2 - 34x + 31
4) Area = 8.75
b) Flag area=20.02
c) 26.79
5) centre-(1,-7)
b) r=5rt2
c) y=0 and y=-14
d) x+7y-2=0
6) a=19000
b) U5=12465.9
c) S12=7176
7) y=625056
a) proof
b) x=1/3
8) x=248.6 , 331.4 (degrees)
ii) theta= 0.258 , 2.89 , 3.48 , 5.94
9) A(4,112)
b) (25/4,0)
c) r=79.77

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Yeah I got the exact same
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For the geometric I got a = 1000 as s=a/1-r so 1-r = 0.1?
a = 19,000
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What was question 7
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For people saying a was 1000, it had to be 19000 as if you do the sum equation, n tends towards infinity at large values (ie 500), sum to infinity was 10k and you only get this value with 19000 and with 1000 you get 567
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For the circle question can you leave the raidius as Root 50?
Yeah you can because it said exact answe so it is full marks
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Can I write 5.657 for Q1 instead of 4rt2?
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(Original post by shivalakhani)
1) (2,2) and (6,4rt2)
b) r=51.413
2) 128 + 448x +672k^2x^2 +560k^3x^3
b) k=1.5
3) proof
b) a+b=21
c) b=31 a=-10
d) 24x^2 - 34x + 31
4) Area = 8.75
b) Flag area=20.02
c) 26.79
5) centre-(1,-7)
b) r=5rt2
c) y=0 and y=-14
d) x+7y-2=0
6) a=19000
b) U5=12465.9
c) S12=7176
7) y=625056
a) proof
b) x=1/3
8) x=248.6 , 331.4 (degrees)
ii) theta= 0.258 , 2.89 , 3.48 , 5.94
9) A(4,112)
b) (25/4,0)
c) r=79.77

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Isn’t question 7 625.56 for the value of y?
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How do you do 7a) ?
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(Original post by Ewan 2000)
You’ll get one mark but not both as it said simplified I’m pretty sure
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Can I write 5.657 for Q1 instead of 4rt2?
It didnt ask for exact form so im hoping we can
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Does anyone remember what the question for Q7 was?
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(Original post by shivalakhani)
1) (2,2) and (6,4rt2)
b) r=51.413
2) 128 + 448x +672k^2x^2 +560k^3x^3
b) k=1.5
3) proof
b) a+b=21
c) b=31 a=-10
d) 24x^2 - 34x + 31
4) Area = 8.75
b) Flag area=20.02
c) 26.79
5) centre-(1,-7)
b) r=5rt2
c) y=0 and y=-14
d) x+7y-2=0
6) a=19000
b) U5=12465.9
c) S12=7176
7) y=625056
a) proof
b) x=1/3
8) x=248.6 , 331.4 (degrees)
ii) theta= 0.258 , 2.89 , 3.48 , 5.94
9) A(4,112)
b) (25/4,0)
c) r=79.77

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i got 0.48 and 2.94 rads not 3.48 and 5.94
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[QUOTE=shivalakhani;77803536]

7) y=625056

Shouldnt this have been 625.56?
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Does anyone remember what the question for Q7 was?
1.01^y-1 = 500 (find y)
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I Think 7d is x-7y-2=0
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What was q7?
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7176 is right, exams and calculators are just tricky when it comes to powers

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