2014 HSC Mathematics Solutions (1 Viewer)

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OMG IT'S THE GUY WHO CAME 3rd LAST YEAR!!!

photastic

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Q 14 (b) (ii) is incorrect. It should be k =-3

ymcaec

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Q 14 (b) (ii) is incorrect. It should be k =-3
yeah i forgot to save the change while checking its changed now

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I'm such a huge fan of yours ymcaec!!!

Oh do u know Matthew Wong? he's a cool guy too

Chocolatebubble

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My heart skipped a beat, thank you. I think I got 80-90 raw (hard to say without knowing how many marks they take off)

that being said, I completely guessed 40/3. This is why you should always put down whatever kids!

(ps. what would a raw 85 scale up to?)

russ3l

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I'm such a huge fan of yours ymcaec!!!

Oh do u know Matthew Wong? he's a cool guy too
<3 there's a lad called Gary and he's just a bundle of legends!

(best best-friend anyone could have FatRichBoy is lucky)

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Nevermind.

Anyways thanks Ym, pretty sure I got over 90...

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russ3l

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Nevermind.

Anyways thanks Ym, pretty sure I got over 90...
84/100 im seeing myself...b6?

appreciated

rated

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84/100 im seeing myself...b6?
This paper might be hard to predict a cutoff but should be around there... ~85 is my guess however seeing how most ppl got screwed over by a few of those questions then yeah

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I think last year, 77 was able to band 6.... so hopefully it will for u.

vaimvaelk

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Q 7 is B actually

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Anonyo

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b5 cutoff boys??? i got 70/100 pls say i can b5 tyy

vaimvaelk

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Sorry, that was a typo. Its actually B (2 solutions).

Nukeboy

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For 15 c ii, did they want the co ordinaries of P in terms of m? I just put (.5,e)
And yeah, shouldn't 7 be C?
Sinx=1 has one solution between 0 to 2pi and tanx =-2 has two solutions between 0 and 2pi.

enigma_1

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It's 3 solutions for the MC question :/
Inversetan(-2) has two in the domain and sinx had one