I'm not really sure whether or not they do.i thought they had a system where if you get the answer and cross it out and they see it they give it?
I'm not really sure whether or not they do.i thought they had a system where if you get the answer and cross it out and they see it they give it?
hopefully mid to high 80'sWhat do you think band six cutoff will be.
which region did you shade in?for the question where you had to shade the circle and the line region thing I didn't find the point of intersection will I get marked dos for that? Otherwise 100%
For Q12d, the question said "real roots", so i think it should be delta > 0, am i right?Here are 2 unit solutions from John Drake from the Emanuel School. I haven't checked them though.
no it is greater than or equal to as it didn't say distinct.For Q12d, the question said "real roots", so i think it should be delta > 0, am i right?
It is greater than or equal to as it didn't say distinct which means the roots can be the sameFor Q12d, the question said "real roots", so i think it should be delta > 0, am i right?
There has not been a single 2U exam with a band 6 cut off at the high 80's.hopefully mid to high 80's
no because delta=0 is real too, it's greater or equal toFor Q12d, the question said "real roots", so i think it should be delta > 0, am i right?
were the asnwers right or are you because I got the same thing as you.The left side... I also shaded the part to he left of the y-axis which isn't shown in the answers posted earlier
Then I guess it will be a mid 80s cutoff.There has not been a single 2U exam with a band 6 cut off at the high 80's.
i did this too, are we right?The left side... I also shaded the part to he left of the y-axis which isn't shown in the answers posted earlier
I am almost certain this is correct, it is inside the semi circle to the left of the line.i shaded within the 1st and the 2nd quadrant :/ also bounded by the x axis
hopefully!!!!i am almost certain this is correct, it is inside the semi circle to the left of the line.