Mathematics HL - Nov 2003 - P1 \$

# Mathematics HL - Nov 2003 - P1 \$ - INTERNATIONAL...

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MARKSCHEME November 2003 MATHEMATICS Higher Level Paper 1 15 pages N03/510/H(1)M+ INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE BACCALAURÉAT INTERNATIONAL BACHILLERATO INTERNACIONAL c

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The following illustrates a use of the follow through procedure. 8 M1 × A0 8 M1 8 A1 (ft) Amount earned = \$ 600 × 1.02 = \$ 602 Amount = 301 × 1.02 + 301 × 1.04 = \$ 620.06 \$ 600 × 1.02 M1 = \$ 612 A1 \$ (306 × 1.02) + (306 × 1.04) M1 = \$ 630.36 A1 Marking Candidate’s Script Markscheme Note that the candidate made an arithmetical error at line 2; the candidate used a correct method at lines 3, 4; the candidate’s working at lines 3, 4 is correct. However, if a question is transformed by an error into a different , much simpler question then: (i) fewer marks should be awarded at the discretion of the Examiner; (ii) marks awarded should be followed by “ (d) ” (to indicate that these marks have been awarded at the discretion of the Examiner); (iii) a brief note should be written on the script explaining how these marks have been awarded. 4 Using the Markscheme (a) This markscheme presents a particular way in which each question may be worked and how it should be marked. Alternative methods have not always been included. Thus, if an answer is wrong then the working must be carefully analysed in order that marks are awarded for a different method in a manner which is consistent with the markscheme.

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## This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course MATH 1102 taught by Professor Chang during the Spring '10 term at Savannah State.

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Mathematics HL - Nov 2003 - P1 \$ - INTERNATIONAL...

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