OMG! Did we get slipped a 4U paper? (1 Viewer)

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I don't think so. It was hard, and I didn't do great, but it was certainly doable using 3 unit methods.
 

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obviously uve never seen a 4unit paper

we got slipped a 3unit paper.. a very decent 3unit paper.
 

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Don't do 4 unit so I wouldn't know.

I'd say it was a hard 3 unit paper :)
 

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Haha, I like you guys. You're like me, answering rhetorical questions.
 

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I think that was easier than the 2006 paper. I finished the first 4.5 questions in 55 minutes, and had 35 minutes to do question 7. Granted I did skip bits of question 3, 4 and 5 on a whim, which cost me time on the last 2 parts of Q7 -__- but in all, a pretty decent test
 

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LOL i see what you did there.

and yes i agree, wtf is this shit?? i didnt even get up to question 7 (cries it looked like a gun projectile question)
 

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nope it wasnt too hard, i just hadnt studied enough and didnt know enough. But the question 1 was alot different to normal ext papers, ie no inequalities with the unknown in the demoinator, and external/internal division etc
 

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omg, how can you pepople say that was alrite?!! ahhh. I fail.
 

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yeah that was definitely not as hard as this years 4 unit. i thought the test was pretty tricky but it was doable. I thought it was strange that the was no division of an interval and inequality in the 1st question
 

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well i got around 100/120 in 4u and 72/84 in 3u. this was the hardest 3u paper i average 80+ in 3u past papers and got 76/84 in 2006.
 

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axlenatore said:
nope it wasnt too hard, i just hadnt studied enough and didnt know enough. But the question 1 was alot different to normal ext papers, ie no inequalities with the unknown in the demoinator, and external/internal division etc
I studied those expecting them to be there, was disappointed.
 

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pdoueihi said:
well i got around 100/120 in 4u and 72/84 in 3u. this was the hardest 3u paper i average 80+ in 3u past papers and got 76/84 in 2006.
troll
 

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are you kidding?? have u SEEN a four unit paper in your life?!?
this was like a year 9 maths topic test compared to the 08 ext 2 paper lol so NO, we did not get slipped a 4U paper..and btw, doing four unit didnt help us because the only thing it couldve helped us with is that trig integration question in question 1! haha
 

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berna007 said:
are you kidding?? have u SEEN a four unit paper in your life?!?
this was like a year 9 maths topic test compared to the 08 ext 2 paper lol so NO, we did not get slipped a 4U paper..and btw, doing four unit didnt help us because the only thing it couldve helped us with is that trig integration question in question 1! haha
the integral or cosx(sinx)^2 was 4unit lol
 

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pdoueihi said:
the integral or cosx(sinx)^2 was 4unit lol
i dont think so. it was pretty straight forward. its quite obvious the derivative of sin is cos
 

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or ... u have f'(x)[f(x)]^2 which integrates to [f(x)]^3 / 3
 

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