I reckon more like 70-80 for yr 12 and 60-70 for yr 11. I reckon the Senior Division was harder than past Senior Divisions
HSC 2010
Mathematics - 99 || MX1 - 98
HSC 2011
Physics - 96 || Chemistry - 95
MX2 - 96
Eng Adv - 92
ATAR: 99.85
Umm, I remember 27 so I'll try explaining that one.
27. A number is called Ascending if the digits are increasing. Eg. 123 and 2356 is ascending but 749 or 7799 is not. Find a 3 digit number that is Ascending and also has the property that 6n where n is the number is Ascending.
HSC 2010
Mathematics - 99 || MX1 - 98
HSC 2011
Physics - 96 || Chemistry - 95
MX2 - 96
Eng Adv - 92
ATAR: 99.85
this is bs lol, i worked it out just like kurt.physics but instead of taking 1 off of x at the end i added it. and for question 29, im fairly sure that i got it right, but even if i did, it won't matter because i put that answer in the box for question 30.
oh noes, all the answers that i thought were right suddenly seem like they were wrong.
Last edited by TheJuggernaut; 6 Aug 2009 at 5:17 PM.
'09
prelim mathematics, ext1 :rofl:
the rest of year 10
'10, '11
mathematics, ext1, ext2
eng adv, ext1
chem, physics, bio
sd & d
How was it? I personally found it harder than earlier years.
Feel free to discuss the test or any of the questions.
Did anyone confidently solve the last 5 questions?
'10: Maths4uAdvEngChemistryPhysicsBiology
plz give me a 95+
HSC 2010
Mathematics - 99 || MX1 - 98
HSC 2011
Physics - 96 || Chemistry - 95
MX2 - 96
Eng Adv - 92
ATAR: 99.85
Well I knew the last digit of the answer had to be a relatively large number because it is an Ascending number. So I assumed that the last digit of n had to be 8. (6*8) = 48, has 8 as a last digit.
From that step, I pretty much used trial and error of 3 digit numbers, keeping 8 as the last digit. Eventually, I came to the solution: 578. 578 * 6 = 3468, which is also an Ascending number.
HSC 2010
Mathematics - 99 || MX1 - 98
HSC 2011
Physics - 96 || Chemistry - 95
MX2 - 96
Eng Adv - 92
ATAR: 99.85
it was easier than last year's. I'm scared the machine won't be able to read my answers, because I didn't colour dark enough.
HSC 2010
Official did you have the rabit question in your exam, i got the minimum number of rabits is 31. Did you get this?
Last edited by kurt.physics; 8 Aug 2009 at 2:03 PM.
nice, Official. I almost got that except I gave up when I got to 570.
HSC 2010
I only got one out of the last 5...question 27 was 578. I firstly ruled out the numbers that couldn't be at the end or middle and then it boiled down to a possibilty of like 10 which I tested and only one worked.
Commerce (Finance) / Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Quantitative Risk) @ UNSW
I didn't get any of the last ones but the multiple choice where easier than I expected. Still, I expect i failed.
HSC 2010
Mathematics - 99 || MX1 - 98
HSC 2011
Physics - 96 || Chemistry - 95
MX2 - 96
Eng Adv - 92
ATAR: 99.85
integers for question 26...i've got the paper here so I can post any requested questions.
Commerce (Finance) / Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Quantitative Risk) @ UNSW
lol the map question
my friend actually folded paper for that one
Can you remember what answers you came to, i got (E)?
LOL same here. That's one of the ones I got wrong -_-
Commerce (Finance) / Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Quantitative Risk) @ UNSW
yeah, i folded the map question and i got E.
HSC 2010
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