Paper I was rather easy I thought...

**Edit:**I'll scan the papers and send them to anyone that wants.

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:32 AM

just did the higher maths....

think it went really well! so im hopin for an A

thought paper 2 was easier than paper 1 but even paper 1 wasnt that difficult!

got so pissd off at the start of paper 1 because i wrote the co ordinates down wrongly so i got a weird answer for the altitude.... and then for part c the simultaneous equations went crazy n i was gettin huge answers! but then sorted it out at the end when i realised.... overall i think it went well tho!

the only question i dont think i did well was question 5 on paper 1!

another thing... can u write down 2 different solutions to the same question if u dont know which 1 is right? because on qu 3(b) on paper 1 i didnt kno if the minimum value was 7 or -9 so i wrote down both!

how do you think u did?

think it went really well! so im hopin for an A

thought paper 2 was easier than paper 1 but even paper 1 wasnt that difficult!

got so pissd off at the start of paper 1 because i wrote the co ordinates down wrongly so i got a weird answer for the altitude.... and then for part c the simultaneous equations went crazy n i was gettin huge answers! but then sorted it out at the end when i realised.... overall i think it went well tho!

the only question i dont think i did well was question 5 on paper 1!

another thing... can u write down 2 different solutions to the same question if u dont know which 1 is right? because on qu 3(b) on paper 1 i didnt kno if the minimum value was 7 or -9 so i wrote down both!

how do you think u did?

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:42 AM

If I don't have an A, then I've probably *just* missed it by one or two marks. I felt Paper 1 was far easier than Paper 2.

My answers from Paper 1:

**PAPER 1**

**Q1(a)**2x-y-1=0

**(b)** 3x+y-9

**(c)** (2,3)

**Q2(a)** (x+2)^{2} + (y-3)^{2} = ([root]18)^{2}

**(b)** x+y+5=0

**Q3(a)(i)** 4x-3

**(ii)** 4x+3

**(b)** -3/4

**Q49(a)** -1<0.8<1

**(b)** 60

**Q5(a)** (2,243)

**Q6(a)** 5/4

**(b)** 2

**Q7** sinx = -1; sinx = 0

**Q8(a)** 2(x+1)^{2}-5

**(b)** (-1,-5)

**Q9(a)** Proof.

**(b)** (x+1)(k-1)(k+3)

**(c)** 1

**(d)** cos^{-1}(1/[root]121)

**Q10** No idea.

The 2004/2005 exams were much easier in my opinion...

Hmm, on second thoughts I'll settle for a B.

My answers from Paper 1:

The 2004/2005 exams were much easier in my opinion...

Hmm, on second thoughts I'll settle for a B.

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:44 AM

What did everyone get for the 8 marker?

And how do you do the 7 marker in paper 1?

And how do you do the 7 marker in paper 1?

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:46 AM

Wot the fook was the answer to part b of the last question of paper 2...the optiisation.

I got plus and minus two for x, but it cant be minus two cause in the graph all values for x are positive!!!

Overall i thought it wasn't easy...but it could hav been a lot worse!

I got plus and minus two for x, but it cant be minus two cause in the graph all values for x are positive!!!

Overall i thought it wasn't easy...but it could hav been a lot worse!

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:48 AM

12. b)

I got plus 2 which is 32

and minus 2 which is 128

but ano::S doesnt make sense

I got plus 2 which is 32

and minus 2 which is 128

but ano::S doesnt make sense

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:50 AM

Quite a few of my answers were different ot Bnehitos, such as #6. I got 3.25 in a), and 4.5 in b)

Think im screwed

Think im screwed

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:54 AM

Wot the fook was the answer to part b of the last question of paper 2...the optiisation.

I got plus and minus two for x, but it cant be minus two cause in the graph all values for x are positive!!!

Overall i thought it wasn't easy...but it could hav been a lot worse!

overall i thought there were some questions i could do well and some not at all! the teacher went over it and i realise that i have made quite a lot of mistakes.

no way i can get an A hoping for a B (may get a verrrry low B!)

For the last question i got 0 and 2, probably not right tho!

Don't worry, it's probably me that's screwed.

Same!!

Posted 19 May 2006 - 11:54 AM

for paper 1:

1.(a) 3y+x = 13

(b) y+3x = 9

© (4,3)

2.(a) (x+2)^2 + (y-3)^2 = 18

(b) y = x+11

3.(ai) 4x-3

(ii) 4x+3

(b) 7 or -9

4.(a) because 0.8 is between 1 and -1 (using the symbols)

(b) 60

5. totally messed it up

6.(a) 1.25

(b) 4.5

7. 0, 60, 180, 300, 360

8.(a) 2(x+2)^2-7

(b) (-2,-7)

9.(a) proof

(b) proof

© 1

(d) cos-1 (1/root 5)

1.(a) 3y+x = 13

(b) y+3x = 9

© (4,3)

2.(a) (x+2)^2 + (y-3)^2 = 18

(b) y = x+11

3.(ai) 4x-3

(ii) 4x+3

(b) 7 or -9

4.(a) because 0.8 is between 1 and -1 (using the symbols)

(b) 60

5. totally messed it up

6.(a) 1.25

(b) 4.5

7. 0, 60, 180, 300, 360

8.(a) 2(x+2)^2-7

(b) (-2,-7)

9.(a) proof

(b) proof

© 1

(d) cos-1 (1/root 5)