Looking for a copy of the paper, is there anything anywhere?
With the rotation of the conic point thingo, i made it into a complex number and multiplied by i then converted it back. It got me the answer so I hope I'm not wrong.
Honestly you can't tell. They could do probability again just a different style of question, seeing as 2016 and 2017 last question were from vastly different areas of probability. They literally could ask a hard question on halving the interval (was in my trial once), Pascal's triangle or even...
Both the papers were challenging and orginal in their own ways. Questions such as the milk one in 3u and non-uniform circular which turned into a projectile were both creative and challenging. Thanks again for an amazing day, never gonna forget being humiliated that much!!!!!
Where do you get music 2 trials from, I swear they're such a rare resource.
Also, when do the BoS maths trials on this year, are they still doing them even though carrots has retired? I've heard they're after trials so like 2 months from now? Gotta get my shit together real fast so I can crack...
Without a doubt the hardest HSC, like this can't be argued is 1989 extension 2 hsc last question i think its 8b. the board of studies were actually told to not write questions that difficult because it was long and only a couple of people in the cohort managed to pass the question.
As both Ruse and SBHS have copied their questions every once in a while (once in 10 years) but Grammar has original questions, I'd go (Numbers are measured relative to each other that doesnt mean 6 is easy):
SBHS - 6
James Ruse - 8
HSC 2013 onwards - 8
Sydney Grammar - 8
CSSA - 9