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David Kroell

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  1. No way! They couldn't give us a spec paper that was more like this exam then?
  2. So you coded a stack just for this? Pretty impressive, under that time limit. I think the examiners should take it, as long as it does it there is no reason for them not to, and tbh even if you missed 40 marks you'd get 60%, so there is no way you got lower than a 6 I think (if a 6 is not >60%, not sure about that). Well I didn't really code the entire stack. I followed what the flow chart stated, that it would draw H in the center and if H was in the center and the stack was empty, it would break the loop and output yes or something like that. I used the syntax pop, from the data booklet.
  3. Don't worry, there is no penalty for writing in java or anything. you need to write it in a higher level language, that's all. Syntax has no bearing on the marks you get. It's all Computational thinking and logic.
  4. You guys seem to know you're stuff. It's been a privilege to be one of the first computer Sceince Student along with you. Good luck! Paper 2 tomorrow. Databases! Yay! NOT!!!
  5. I found the Queue the hardest one not because the thing itself was hard, but because I couldn't wrap my head around what they wanted. They said they wanted code to do that stuff, but I was thinking that the whole code is run when he flicks the lever, but that makes no sense since that would reload everything in the queue again instead. I did decide to do two methods later on but I didn't finish that as I went back to it in the end The H thing was really weird, but in the end I did a recursive sequence with the base case being size = 5, which would have been when the size was divided by 2 twi
  6. I found the Queue the hardest one not because the thing itself was hard, but because I couldn't wrap my head around what they wanted. They said they wanted code to do that stuff, but I was thinking that the whole code is run when he flicks the lever, but that makes no sense since that would reload everything in the queue again instead. I did decide to do two methods later on but I didn't finish that as I went back to it in the end The H thing was really weird, but in the end I did a recursive sequence with the base case being size = 5, which would have been when the size was divided by 2 twi
  7. I put two methods as well for the queue. one for enqueuing and one for dequeueing. Stupid me though I think I go my front and rear pointers mixed up. … Binary tree said they wanted it in alphabetical order, so you're good. How did you do for the H one? did you use a while true loop like I did. I had a friend who used a boolean operator for the vehicles queue to simulate the flicking and such...
  8. Well, I think that section A was okay, it was fair, except for that Autonomous agent stuff. No idea… Algorithms I did my best on. Queues we had to know, and I memorized pseudo code for a queue that I just blotted down. A separate block of code for enqueuing and a separate one for dequeuing when the channel was flicked. although may have gotten my front and rear pointers mixed up. Which ever way, I thin that question was good. may have lost a few marks for the mix up of pointers. Then we had that 'H' thing. What was that!!! I tried my best to follow it, it was so confusing. I put a loop counte
  9. hi i did that at first, but i realised it wasnt an integer. so basically i dont think you need to. since you had s2 you know that u2 is s2 - u1 did you do that? and what did all of you write for the general expression? i just added the arithmetic sequence with u1=1 d=3 to the geometric one with u1=k r=2 or sth Safe to say, I messed up on that one, my brain wasn't functioning properly then (started with section B). Ah well, aiming for that 5. i wrote it the other way around because f''(-2) was negative? since f'(x) was decreasing so i had f(-2)<F'(6)<f(0) I figured out an expression
  10. Well, if you actually did make a mistake, and you showed working, you can get a mark for correct reasoning, as well as the godsend of error carrying. That saved my ass in more than one past paper.
  11. So the grade boundaries might become even harder than they are now? What is it? 74% for a 6?
  12. I found the gradient was 2/3 I found the gradient as 2/3 too, as gradient is change in y over change in x Yeah it was 3 seconds for Jack and Ryan's aeroplanes I don't know about the last question, I've had 3 exams since this paper and haven't really dwelled on it much! YES!!! I Wasn't sure about that question. I found the time that it took each plane to reach a height of 20, and I subtracted 7 and 4!!! I equated them both to the collision point, found s and t and then found the difference same here! what did you find for the height of plane after 2 sec. (it was the second question of exerc
  13. I found the gradient was 2/3 I found the gradient as 2/3 too, as gradient is change in y over change in x Yeah it was 3 seconds for Jack and Ryan's aeroplanes I don't know about the last question, I've had 3 exams since this paper and haven't really dwelled on it much! YES!!! I Wasn't sure about that question. I found the time that it took each plane to reach a height of 20, and I subtracted 7 and 4!!!
  14. I found square root of 65 Yeah! Got that too! You had to know a lot of stuff for that question. If you didn't get the U-Substitution earlier, you weren't going to get it.
  15. You had to do integration by U-Substitution. You had to substitute u for x^2+5 and you had to differentiate U, redefine dx, and cancel out the 2x as the numerator. from that point it was a simple integration rule that the integral was ln(x^2+5)
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