Unfortunate, this *will* happen if the question papers are posted here 🙁

You'll just have to wait patiently till next year for the authorized publishers to produce them.

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Yes. I got the angle in radian mode wrong but the subsequent parts i used the corect method but with the wrong angle. Will there be error carry forward? 🙁

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]]>Yes there'll always be a tolerable range of answers when it comes to graph plotting questions. Every year, Miss Loi has to say this:

As long as you've demonstrated that you've obtained the gradient (within a tolerable range) at the point via calculating the gradient of your suitably-drawn tangent based on selected coordinates from your plot, you'd be fine 😉

For Q6(b)(ii), since it's been given as a *regular* hexagon, we can probably assume that `OA` bisects ∠`QAP` (actually this is an obscure property of regular polygons) and hence `QX` = `XP`.

So though it may not be necessary to go through the similarity proof, it's good to at least state something like the above just to be on the safe side, even though this part only carries 2 marks.

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]]>Since cents are stated in Q8(b), Miss Loi's afraid that the required degree of accuracy has to be ...

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]]>Depends on the mark scheme but maybe, just maybe, you'll get something out of Q10(a)(iii) and (b) which has a total of 8 marks to spare for some method marks.

Only if you have very clearly showed the *correct application of formula and steps* in your workings though.