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nlebanon97

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  1. HL maths would help you massively with both econ and physics. If you're comfortable with HL maths, econ and physics are ok, so i would personally recommend those. If you're scared about maths, then u can just put a language in HL (just a recommendation)
  2. Was this your final ???? or just a mock??
  3. I'm HL but we had a similar question, but no, fixed assets are not part of cash inflows So basically, the fixed asset was to trick us? Since fixed asset wasn't been used in the prior questions yes exactly, they usually do that to see if you know your stuff there goes my 4 mark! I think you'll still be able to catch some marks from the layout, and if your cash outflows were correct, so the 4 marks aren't totally wasted
  4. I'm HL but we had a similar question, but no, fixed assets are not part of cash inflows So basically, the fixed asset was to trick us? Since fixed asset wasn't been used in the prior questions yes exactly, they usually do that to see if you know your stuff
  5. I have to say these predicted grades are important, but just to an extent. I can tell you from my experience, I applied to 5 universities in the UK (for Architecture) with a predicted grade that was lower than 3 of my universities' requirements, yet, I still got all 5 acceptances. If your Grade 9 and 10 grades were good, then they should consider you. Good luck!
  6. I'm HL but we had a similar question, but no, fixed assets are not part of cash inflows
  7. It was ( lnx^2 / 2 )You mean Lnx^2 / 2 + c ????? Yes
  8. Yup I got 4.87!! What? I couldn't solve for it myself, but I used sigma^2=4.00 because one question said that prove that sigma=2.00. Please explain how you got 4.87... Paper 2 TZ2 They're TZ1, TZ2's normal distribution question was different
  9. I did it on my graphics calculator and i used the discriminant equation and i got that k < 0 thats all it needed for there to be two intersection points. i first got that k =-3.2 but then I realized that anything below zero worked.
  10. It was ( lnx^2 / 2 ) But like... that was something like integration by parts? yes i guess, it was quite hard though, i missed out on the (/2) part of the answer because I didn't notice. I checked the answer after the exam and it was (lnx^2 / 2)
  11. It was ( lnx^2 / 2 )
  12. I did the exact same on accident. I was rushing it because I left it till the end, hope they do because I need those extra 1 or 2 marks.
  13. Yep, I got 500K. Silly of them to ask which process was adiabatic after that question! I mean, I think they even stated it in a later question which one was adiabatic... Thanks for that free point. Was there a question that asked which one was adiabatic? Lol I remember having to label the one which was isochoric There were two possible choices right?? the one on the left and the one on the right. Because there was one that was increasing pressure and another decreasing pressure But didn't they ask for isothermal? Or did I misread the question? Why would they ask for us to label one of them if two were isochoric? Damn it, then I misread yet another question haha! I'm nearly 99% sure it was isochoric, but don't worry, you probably gained marks everywhere else ahha
  14. i chose the left one, i think it was increasing, but ya i stayed a few minutes deciding which one was the correct one, i guess both
  15. Yep, I got 500K. Silly of them to ask which process was adiabatic after that question! I mean, I think they even stated it in a later question which one was adiabatic... Thanks for that free point. Was there a question that asked which one was adiabatic? Lol I remember having to label the one which was isochoric I read isothermal... Since two were isochoric? It was isochoric, and yes, there were two options, so I guess they were giving us a chance as we had a 50% chance of getting it right
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