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  1. It should contain what you're planning to do, when (dates), and if any amendments were made. For example, you'd include aspects such as formulating a research question, collecting data etc..
  2. In French Ab initio (or any other ab initio course), how many words should we be aiming to write for in paper 2 section B?
  3. Read books/articles/other essays or anything that interests you regularly, that would surely enhance your writing skills. Form an essay structure and always follow your thesis! Explain and give examples to support your points.. Good luck
  4. I use You can also ask your teachers because they usually have access to them. Or you can just say the subject that you want to know about, and i'll post them here Could you please post ITGS and Business as well?
  5. What are the best methods of preparation for (HL) paper 1? Any tips/advice are highly appreciated!
  6. Let's hope for low grade boundaries...
  7. I got 25 dollar. What about you? I thought it was pretty hard exam...specially the last question. Whole question 10 was horrible... Let´s hope.. What did you get on the vector question asking for the speed? Can't remember my answer for that one , what about you?
  8. I got 25 dollar. What about you? I thought it was pretty hard exam...specially the last question. Whole question 10 was horrible... I got the same answer, hope its correct.. :3
  9. Does anyone remember the answer for #7 TZ2? (the fair game question)
  10. I've got the same question, its really confusing Your answer is correct though.. This is the mark scheme: a) (ii) recognizing that it occurs at P and Q (M1)e.g. x = −1.15, x =1.15k = −1.13, k =1.13 Could you please explain how you got it? Well I assumed (which is the problem here, it was an assumption) that "exactly two solutions" were the x-coordinates that were found in (i) for two reasons 1) they would never have a (ii) if it weren't related to (i) 2) And this is where I was confused...When they said tangent parallel to the x-axis, I visualized a line going through x=1.15 and x=-1.15 and it would pass through two points on the graph. So would those be "exactly two solutions" that the question refers to? <- This assumption led me to believe that the k values would simply be the y-coordinates of the x-values found previously. I know that probably made no sense...I was just giving you what went through my head. I'll work on it unless someone else provides an answer This makes more sense now, thank you both so much!
  11. I've got the same question, its really confusing Your answer is correct though.. This is the mark scheme: a) (ii) recognizing that it occurs at P and Q (M1)e.g. x = −1.15, x =1.15k = −1.13, k =1.13 Could you please explain how you got it?
  12. Hello! Could someone please explain (a) (ii)? I've attached a screenshot of the question as an image. Thanks in advance!
  13. Thank you! Do we enter the frequency or the cumulative frequency?
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