# Recent content by WileyWanimal

1. ### Who got state ranks?

From what I've seen in previous threads, people who are notified aren't allowed to say at this stage so you probably won't get much of a response here.
2. ### Thoughts on Italian Continuers and Extension

What did you think of continuers yesterday, and extension today if you do it? I was pretty happy with both of them, and I thought they were very much as expected. I thought extension today was especially kind to us. I loved the part B question!! Are there any 2014 Italian students out there??
3. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

Nope, although since it was length, now I'm thinking I should have calculated them... hmm
4. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

Surely nexusbrah is trolling??
5. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

Me too, although I left them as exact values.
6. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

Actually, I think that's right for Q14d) (i).

I agree.
8. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

;( :( Yes, you're right... Would I get 2/3 because I had it right at B and C, and I at least knew it touched the axis at A?
9. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

well you have SPs where f'(x)=0, so surely the derivitive graph=0 where there were SPs on the original graph... Doesn't it? idk, now I'm doubting myself.
10. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

Is someone going to upload some solutions??
11. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

I got a concave down parabola with TP at 1 and roots at -2 and 3. Don't know if that's right though. :s
12. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

2/3, surely? :)
13. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

doesn't that come out to the right answer if you factorise 2 out of that and cancel with the 18?
14. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

since y=mx goes through the origin, I substituted (0, 0) in. It was pretty quick like that. I still got to (1/2, e) as my answer for the co-ords of P... what do you guys think... Will I still get the marks??
15. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics

Haha, if only... If so then I would get about 4/2 for show that rtA = rtA1 +rtA2 :D