# AQA GCSE maths 2020 paper 1 mark scheme

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#1
Hi I am really in the need of completing my maths paper from 2020 and i need the mark scheme to know if i am doing it right or not if anyone has it could you please help me and share it if you can thankyou
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8 months ago
#2
dont have mark scheme tho if u send the questions through i can try and answer them
Last edited by felixfelicis246; 8 months ago
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#3
(Original post by felixfelicis246)
dont have mark scheme tho if u send the questions through i can try and answer them
thankyou so much i will go through the paper and try to find ones i dont understand
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8 months ago
#4
(Original post by _sally)
thankyou so much i will go through the paper and try to find ones i dont understand
np, send them through
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#5
tyy so much

so it is:
the cost of a holiday is £2400
rana pays a deposit followed by monthly payments, in the ratio
deposit: total of the monthly payments = 3 : 5
she makes six equal monthly payments.
work out her monthly payment.
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#6
(Original post by felixfelicis246)
np, send them through
c=2^10* 3 * 5^6
work out 18c
give your answer as a product of prime factors in index form
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#7
also last 1 tyy
y is directly proportional to x^3
y=17 when x=4
work out an equation connecting y and x
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8 months ago
#8
(Original post by _sally)
tyy so much

so it is:
the cost of a holiday is £2400
rana pays a deposit followed by monthly payments, in the ratio
deposit: total of the monthly payments = 3 : 5
she makes six equal monthly payments.
work out her monthly payment.
(I know I'm not the person that said they would answer but imma just help hehe )

2400 / 8 = 300
(I got 8 from the ratio 3:5 (added together))
300 * 3 = 900 (deposit)
300 * 5 = 1500 (monthly payments)

because she pays equal amounts in six months we need to divide the total monthly payments (1500) by 6

So the monthly payments:
1500/6 = £250

hoped this helped
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#9
(Original post by bubbles0092)
(I know I'm not the person that said they would answer but imma just help hehe )

2400 / 8 = 300
(I got 8 from the ratio 3:5 (added together))
300 * 3 = 900 (deposit)
300 * 5 = 1500 (monthly payments)

because she pays equal amounts in six months we need to divide the total monthly payments (1500) by 6

So the monthly payments:
1500/6 = £250

hoped this helped
omgg tyyy soo muchhh
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8 months ago
#10
(Original post by _sally)
Hi I am really in the need of completing my maths paper from 2020 and i need the mark scheme to know if i am doing it right or not if anyone has it could you please help me and share it if you can thankyou
I have it if your still interested message me
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#11
(Original post by Winterrr456)
I have it if your still interested message me
hi not really for paper 1 any more is there any chance you have the paper 3 mark scheme tyyy
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8 months ago
#12
(Original post by _sally)
hi not really for paper 1 any more is there any chance you have the paper 3 mark scheme tyyy
For aqa right? I have it the paper 3 markscheme
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#13
(Original post by Winterrr456)
For aqa right? I have it the paper 3 markscheme
yess AQA tyy soo muchh
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#14
(Original post by _sally)
yess AQA tyy soo muchh
(Original post by Winterrr456)
For aqa right? I have it the paper 3 markscheme
do u also have paper 2 if thats ok plss
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8 months ago
#15
(Original post by _sally)
do u also have paper 2 if thats ok plss
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#16
oki i will do now ty
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8 months ago
#17
(Original post by _sally)
also last 1 tyy
y is directly proportional to x^3
y=17 when x=4
work out an equation connecting y and x
y= kx (cos it's directly proportional)
17= k*4
k= 17/4
so k is 4.25
so y= 4.25*x
hope this isn't too late!
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8 months ago
#18
(Original post by _sally)
Hi I am really in the need of completing my maths paper from 2020 and i need the mark scheme to know if i am doing it right or not if anyone has it could you please help me and share it if you can thankyou
Why don’t you revise like everyone else
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#19
(Original post by felixfelicis246)
y= kx (cos it's directly proportional)
17= k*4
k= 17/4
so k is 4.25
so y= 4.25*x
hope this isn't too late!
ohh tyy very much
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#20
(Original post by daveymcloughlin)
Why don’t you revise like everyone else
excuse me i do revise i need to know if im solving it correct or not just bc im asking for a mark scheme dont mean im not revising
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