Mathematics Extension 2 - 2016 Post-HSC Exam Thoughts (1 Viewer)

hiimesh

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i found the exam significantly more challenging than previous years, as had nearly everyone in my fairly large cohort

Personally, Im happy the last question was tough, allowing me to focus on other parts. Hopefully 5 for q 15 and 80 raw

Btw, e4 cut off predictions? Taking into account it was 74 for the 2014 hsc, i would say mid 60s

calamebe

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i found the exam significantly more challenging than previous years, as had nearly everyone in my fairly large cohort

Personally, Im happy the last question was tough, allowing me to focus on other parts. Hopefully 5 for q 15 and 80 raw

Btw, e4 cut off predictions? Taking into account it was 74 for the 2014 hsc, i would say mid 60s
Yeah you probably have a much better idea of the consensus then, with a larger cohort.

Glyde

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this was so hard wtf yall think it was easy ? how lmao....im looking at about 55% raw what will this come back as a hsc mark as? i skipped almost all of 16 and 15

thomasdo1

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I'm predicting around 67 raw for E4

rulerpenkey

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anyone know where to find the terry lee solutions?

Spoderman19

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Wth was that crap? How is that anywhere near the easiness of last year's paper?

calamebe

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this was so hard wtf yall think it was easy ? how lmao....im looking at about 55% raw what will this come back as a hsc mark as? i skipped almost all of 16 and 15
Probably in the 80's, mid 80's I'd guess.

fluffchuck

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Does anyone have a copy of the exam paper?

ProdigyInspired

No idea why that ellipse textbook question was there. Probably easiest 4 marks of the entire test.

InteGrand

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No idea why that ellipse textbook question was there. Probably easiest 4 marks of the entire test.
One reason they ask Q's like that I think is because they want to try and ensure that everyone gets at least some marks.

petermaniah198

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Anyone know how to do q13d both
Has it got to do with discriminatnts

petermaniah198

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And whats the answer to 7?

ProdigyInspired

Anyone know how to do q13d both
Has it got to do with discriminatnts
If you find P'(x) you'll be able to get a discriminant from that. Not sure after that.

And 14aii

porcupinetree

not actually a porcupine
Interesting that they chucked a combinatorics problem in Q16 when they did that last year (to be fair, the problems were quite different though).
From a quick glance it seems like the paper only started to get interesting at around q15

InteGrand

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And whats the answer to 7?
7 is (D)

$\bg_white \noindent The result is that x^{2} - y^{2} =k and xy = \frac{1}{2}k (k > 0) are 45^\circ rotations of each other.$

severus snake

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ii myself predict around maybe ~90 for e4?