Edexcel IGCSE maths higher 1H 24th May 2018 Watch

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How did everyone find today's paper? What answers did people get?
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What did you get for the perimeter of that massive shape ?
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What did you get for the perimeter of that massive shape ?
110cm
What did you get for frustum one? I got 0.4h
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the frustrum was 2/5h or h-3/5h
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what was the last one about the line of symmetry I put 2x + 3y but couldn't get the c value
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The value of c was 86. The total equation was 2x 3y =86
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110 is wrong for the perimeter one; it was to 3 significant figures and the full answer was 110.5 so the answer is 111
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110 is wrong for the perimeter one; it was to 3 significant figures and the full answer was 110.5 so the answer is 111
No it was 110.49... so that rounds to 110
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No it was 110.49... so that rounds to 110

  1. (12.8 + (13.46-4.16))x5 =110.5
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Was probability one something like 121/400
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(Original post by _gorilla)
  1. (12.8 + (13.46-4.16))x5 =110.5
if you round your previous answers early you get 110.5 but if you keep all sig. fig. in your calculator you get 110
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(Original post by _gorilla)
  1. (12.8 + (13.46-4.16))x5 =110.5
0s count as significant figures once they're within the number (e.g. 00067 is 2s.f. but 2304 is 4s.f) but either way the theory behind the question was solid so you can only drop one mark
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Was probability one something like 121/400
ye thats right
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Do you guys think the grade boindries will be low?
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What did you also have to do to find out the point for A on the graph
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Do you guys think the grade boindries will be low?
Yes, definitely.
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What did you also have to do to find out the point for A on the graph
Is this about the line of symmetry question?
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Is this about the line of symmetry question?
No i believe it was the one with vectors and the graph
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Is this about the line of symmetry question?
I believe it was the vectors qurstion with the graph
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Can anyone actually remember question 20??
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