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Mathematics (GCSE) - Higher Tier

Summer 2014 | Question 8 (4353/02)

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Summer 2014 | Question 8 (4353/02)

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A number of candidates stopped at ‘3x = 0’, not realising this means that

‘x = 0’ in part (a). This was part of the assessment here, and highlighted a weakness in understanding ‘zero’ or the idea of ‘balance’.

 

Part (b) was not well answered, with many attempts having two errors in the first line of working. ⅔ is not 0.6, and should not be approximated prematurely when an exact solution is required.

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Mathematics (GCSE) - Foundation Tier

Winter 2015 | Question 10 (4364/01)

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Winter 2015 | Question 10 (4364/01)

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(a) a=4 for a+a=2               Well answered. B3 or B2 often awarded

 

(b) x=10                   Well answered

 

(c) t=-4           

t-4=0                  

Quite well answered.

Simple answers gained marks, pupils who tried to make them complicated failed to gain marks.

A number of candidates then went on to solve in order to check in both parts b and c.

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Mathematics (GCSE) - Foundation Tier

Summer 2013 | Question 6 (4364/01)

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Summer 2013 | Question 6 (4364/01)

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Q.6 Parts (a) and (b) were very well answered. Several candidates gave embedded answers. Part (c) was quite well answered, although several candidates attempted to give their answer as 8/7 rather than 56. Part (d) was well answered. Some candidates left their answer as12/3 rather than giving an answer of 4.

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Mathematics (GCSE) - Foundation Tier

Summer 2015 | Question 8 (4364/01)

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Question well answered on the whole.

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Mathematics (GCSE) - Foundation Tier

Summer 2014 | Question 8 (4364/01)

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A number of candidates gave an answer of 75˚ in (a). Some were confused by the orientation of the isosceles triangle and misinterpreted where the equal angles were.  A common approach to part (b) was to find the interior angle of a regular pentagon. For those that used 360˚, numerical errors were often seen in their division by 5

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