# AQA GCSE Maths - Paper 3 - Foundation / Unofficial Mark SchemeWatch

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Thread starter 1 week ago
#1
Let's discuss, how did you find it?

Personally it was good, compared to the others anyway lol!
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Thread starter 1 week ago
#2
If you can remember any Q's and A's feel free to share
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1 week ago
#3
one question that absolutely got me was finding the value of x in the question where you had to work out the mean and the ratio was 3:8 etc. - I'd love it if anybody could tell me what x equalled??
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Thread starter 1 week ago
#4
I got 400 and something if I remember
(Original post by Thegiraffeman)
one question that absolutely got me was finding the value of x in the question where you had to work out the mean and the ratio was 3:8 etc. - I'd love it if anybody could tell me what x equalled??
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1 week ago
#5
Map Question the Length were ;
45 km
35km
90km
= 170 km
length of PQ was 35km (4 Marks)
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1 week ago
#6
(Original post by ElizaX)
I got 400 and something if I remember
thanks, my method was, find the mean of first then use ratio to get the mean of second and then put it into bla bla + x = mean... and then just got stuck at this point
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Thread starter 1 week ago
#7
What did everyone get for the angle question near the front?
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1 week ago
#8
(Original post by ttava34)
Map Question the Length were ;
45 km
35km
90km
= 170 km
length of PQ was 35km (4 Marks)
yayyyy I got 35km too!
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1 week ago
#9
Cant remember but the angle was found by the opposite angle. The question with 3 or triangles in a rectangle?? right
(Original post by ElizaX)
What did everyone get for the angle question near the front?
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1 week ago
#10
for the last trig question anyone do like shift sin then like one number devided by other ? sorry cant remember numbers ahaha
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1 week ago
#11
(Original post by ElizaX)
What did everyone get for the angle question near the front?
x = 80 if i remember correctly
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Thread starter 1 week ago
#12
you should of divided the mean by 3, then multiply by 8 to get the mean of the second square.
Multiply that mean by the number of numbers in the second square, including X to get the total.
Then the total - what numbers are in there will give you X
(Original post by Thegiraffeman)
thanks, my method was, find the mean of first then use ratio to get the mean of second and then put it into bla bla + x = mean... and then just got stuck at this point
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1 week ago
#13
(Original post by mirrorme)
for the last trig question anyone do like shift sin then like one number devided by other ? sorry cant remember numbers ahaha
Yes that’s exactly what I did
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1 week ago
#14
Question with the function machine with x and y being the same?

8 divided by 2 Plus 4 = 8
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1 week ago
#15
what paper did everyone find the easiest?
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1 week ago
#16
bo6r
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1 week ago
#17
Angle within a triangle...
There was a question with a triangle with two circles and a triangle and the question was to work out angle AOB...

The answer (if I am correct ) is 135.35°

sorry this is for Higher !!
Last edited by ItsMeAbdul; 1 week ago
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1 week ago
#18
Sats Paper
(Original post by mirrorme)
what paper did everyone find the easiest?
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1 week ago
#19
borin
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1 week ago
#20
(Original post by ElizaX)
What did everyone get for the angle question near the front?
I think it was 85?
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