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fishy89sg

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i need to confirm the answers for the following questions (any correct answers will be greatly appreciated! )

7 (b) (iii) and (iv)
7 (a) (ii)
6 (a) (iv)
5 (b)
4 (a) (all)
2 (d) (ii)

thanks guys!!

Legham

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for 6 a (iv) i just had pi/12 or something. i thought we'd have to use that n.pi + or - cos.alpha crap, but i think the "first pi seconds" was there to piss that off..

(iii) 0.4ish? can't really remember

2 d (ii) was about 533 point something.

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gaoOO

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i can't find my paper, so a brief description will help

i do remember that for the m values in 7, i got 0.8<m<1.2 (or something like that)
and then i got some pretty odd looking fractions in the second part, which were very long decimals.

7a)ii, i'm fairly confident that i got wrong, so i won't post up my wrong answer.

the others, i have no idea what the questions are...

crap, looking at legham's answers, i think i got the same for 4, but different answers for the others

fishy89sg

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Legham said:
for 6 a (iv) i just had pi/12 or something. i thought we'd have to use that n.pi + or - cos.alpha crap, but i think the "first pi seconds" was there to piss that off..
yeh i had pi/4, 3pi/4, 5pi/12 and 7pi/12

Legham said:

Legham said:

Legham said:
(iii) 0.4ish? can't really remember

Legham said:
2 d (ii) was about 533 point something.
i had 250 less than you O_O i had 283 point something

gaoOO said:
i do remember that for the m values in 7, i got 0.8<m<1.2 (or something like that)

gaoOO said:
7a)ii, i'm fairly confident that i got wrong, so i won't post up my wrong answer.

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gaoOO

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fishy89sg said:
yeh i had pi/4, 3pi/4, 5pi/12 and 7pi/12
argh, that's not what i got. I think i got pi/4, 3pi/4, 11pi/12 and something else

fishy89sg said:
i had 250 less than you O_O i had 283 point something
yeah, i got 283. something too, but i think my answer was wrong.

edit, i think my other solution was 5pi/12, so we have 3/4 solutions that are the same.

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gaoOO

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sting24 said:
k = 1/ne is what fishy had and i had that too. but i thought i made an error on that one.

fishy89sg

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gaoOO said:
k = 1/ne is what fishy had and i had that too. but i thought i made an error on that one.
your answers are respectable, so im assuming youre right, and thus, i am too :wave:

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gaoOO

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fishy89sg said:
your answers are respectable, so im assuming youre right, and thus, i am too :wave:
haha, i don't trust my answers on this paper. i don't think i did that well. i was a bit short on time.

fishy89sg

Member
did anyone get 1.28m and 0.159m for the widths of the paintball for
7 b) iv)

Legham

Active Member
fishy89sg said:
i had 250 less than you O_O i had 283 point something
Hmm.. well, gaa00 agrees with you, and someone in the general thoughts thread agreed with my answer We'll soon find out lol.

edit: actually, im pretty sure you're right. me and the other girl forgot to add a constant when integrating i think.

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Vasc0

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fishy89sg said:
i need to confirm the answers for the following questions (any correct answers will be greatly appreciated! )

7 (b) (iii) and (iv)
7 (a) (ii)
6 (a) (iv)
5 (b)
4 (a) (all)
2 (d) (ii)

thanks guys!!
2dii) 284m
4ai) Just use binomial n=2
ii) Binomial again except n=20
iii) 1 - (answer in ii + Probability of 1 being green + Prob of 0 being green)

5b)4! x 3! / 6!

6aiv) There were 4 answers to this, i think pi/4, 11pi/12, 3pi / 4 and there was one more, 5pi/12

7aii) This one i got out somehow..

their y values must be equal if they share the common tanget...

ka^n = In(a)

a^n / In(a) = 1 / k

a^n = 1 / nk

And then somehow I got to n = 1 / e1 x k

7biii) 0.72 <= m <= 1.2
iv) to prove it use part i) and let x = range y = 0
and then the widths are something like 1.3 and 1.2 not too sure on that i can't remember

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fishy89sg

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Legham said:
Hmm.. well, gaa00 agrees with you, and someone in the general thoughts thread agreed with my answer We'll soon find out lol.
the question was dodgey: it said that the guy was dropping, yet he was 283m (or 533m) above the point that they dropped

sting24

i just did 7.a.ii then and got down to

nsquared = e/k

but thats not what i wrote in the exam anyway....,

yea and what the deal with 2dii????

Vasc0

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fishy89sg said:
the question was dodgey: it said that the guy was dropping, yet he was 283m (or 533m) above the point that they dropped
No he wasn't he was below it, the distance given was that moving downwards. It was just positive in the negative direction.

fishy89sg

Member
Vasc0 said:
No he wasn't he was below it, the distance given was that moving downwards. It was just positive in the negative direction.
Oh. Thank god i didnt act like there was something wrong.

Legham

Active Member
fishy89sg said:
the question was dodgey: it said that the guy was dropping, yet he was 283m (or 533m) above the point that they dropped
I think you had to take down as the positive direction.. Because a 10e^-0.2t was positive..

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gaoOO

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Legham said:
Hmm.. well, gaa00 agrees with you, and someone in the general thoughts thread agreed with my answer We'll soon find out lol.

edit: actually, im pretty sure you're right. me and the other girl forgot to add a constant when integrating i think.
i used the definite integral approach.

probably on the family one i got 1/5, did anyone else get that?

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What was the answer to the very last question, 7 b iv)
I got something very small like 0.16, and something larger.
I managed to finish the test with about 25 min remaining, and checked my whole paper except for 7 b)
So far nothing wrong i think