Boo!

The shadows were long this morning while students battled the AMaths monster (a new breed of *Kaiju* which no one had faced before) on Day 2 of O Level Halloween Week.

As I flitted along under The Temple Gates, distant "screams" from many voices stung my unearthly ears ...

Regardless of what happened this morning, here's the list of possible topics to attack and finish off the monster that is AMaths Paper 2 tomorrow:

- Simultaneous Equations
- Surds & Indices
- Logarithms
- Sum & Product of Roots
- Remainder & Factor Theorem
- Curves & Circles
- Plane Geometry
- Trigonometric Graphs & Functions
- Further Trigonometry (incl. R-Formulae)
- Exponential & Logarithmic Functions (incl. questions involving differentiation & graphs)
- Integration (incl. "hence" question involving differentiation followed by integration)
- Area of a Region
- Kinematics

As for those of you who simply need to get it off your troubled minds, here what I found when I floated to my Mistress' desk.

Click the button and grab it here if you dare ...

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As usual, please, please leave a comment should you spot any mistake in the solution.

**Notes from my Mistress:**

- Before you ask questions like "I lost
`x`marks in Paper 2, can I still get A1/A2/B3/B4/pass?" or "What is the cutoff for A1/A2/B3/B4/C5/C6/D7/E8/F9 this year?", please understand that Miss Loi is NOT the Bell Curve Goddess. - Please also understand that, unless things have changed, there is no half-mark awarded in O-Level Maths. Also it is nigh impossible for ECF if the part involved only carries 1 mark.

Good luck on your battle against AMaths Paper 2 - the last thing standing between you and mathematical freedom! Boo!

P.S. Last but not least, this could be especially helpful to those of you whose "hit-points" may be running low after this battle-intensive week.

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## Almost Halloween: GCE O Level Oct/Nov 2014 A-Maths 4047 Paper 2 Suggested Answers & Solutions

(22)Remember me?

The Temple is dark and sad, and tears were shed.

Students with faces as sullen as mine were treasuring their final moments at the sanctuary before setting off for their final mathematical battle of their lives (at least until H1/H2/poly etc.).

and more ...

By now, most would have slain and conquered the vile beast known as

Additional Mathematics(new 4047 breed) this morning - with records of all lethal blows presented below:Click the button and grab it here if you dare ...

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As usual, please, please leave a comment should you spot any mistake in the solution.

Latest versions:

c= −4, as pointed out by this kind gentlemanNotes from my Mistress:xmarks in Paper 2, can I still get A1/A2/B3/B4/pass?" or "What is the cutoff for A1/A2/B3/B4/C5/C6/D7/E8/F9 this year?", please understand that Miss Loi is NOT the Bell Curve Goddess.So, I can almost "see" you at Halloween on Friday. But it's more important now to maintain your focus and keep hanging in there, as urged by this student at The Temple:

P.S. And should you need some quick help to get a

gripon your remaining papersbeyondthis most exhausting of weeks, The Temple shall be open this Sunday and next Saturday for your final Social Studies & Chemistry MCQ tune-up respectively.Remember, remember. Now's not the time to slip in November!*begins to crawl out of your monitor screen*