# Symbolic Maths SocietyWatch

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Thread starter 7 years ago
#1
I have completed the SY2 Paper,which is obviously a lot harder than SY1 but I decided to do SY2 first.
The following are in Non-Lateral text:
Grade Boundaries(SY1,Jan 11):

CAP-73 A*-66 A-59 B-52 C-45 D-38 E-30 N-23

Grade Boundaries(SY1,Jun 12)

CAP-68 A*-60 A-52 B-44 C-36 D-29 E-22 N-15

Grade Boundaries(SY2,Jan 11):

CAP-71 A*-61 A-51 B-41 C-32 D-24 E-16 N-9

Grade Boundaries(SY3,Jan 11):

CAP-68 A*-62 A-56 B-50 C-43 D-36 E-29 N-22

Grade Boundaries(ASY1, Jan 11):
CAP:75 A-67 B-59 C-52 D-44 E-38 N-31
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7 years ago
#2
NOOOOOOO!!

Please...... No........

EDIT: You forgot 'Extremely Stupid' in your poll
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#3
(Original post by CharlieBoardman)
NOOOOOOO!!

Please...... No........
Why are you so negative?-the paper is the opening of a new area of mathematics,symbolic math-We should celebrate.
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7 years ago
#4
(Original post by Dalek1099)
Why are you so negative?-the paper is the opening of a new area of mathematics,symbolic math-We should celebrate.
Wh-? Why am I s-? WHY AM I SO NEGATIVE?! You're ruining a beautiful subject!! O.o

Close it!
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#5
(Original post by CharlieBoardman)
Wh-? Why am I s-? WHY AM I SO NEGATIVE?! You're ruining a beautiful subject!! O.o

Close it!
TSR better not dare close it -they got rid of the other two threads

Symbolic Expansions,Gaviflouric Equations-named after me,Dependent and Disbanded Exponents, Solution Matrices, Exponentiation Ladders,Squaring the Ratio,Rolling Numbers and that is only SY2-I have never heard of better maths.
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7 years ago
#6
(Original post by Dalek1099)
they got rid of the other two threads
LOL
Obviously it was for a reason, damn.
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#7
(Original post by PrinceUpsb)
LOL
Obviously it was for a reason, damn.
People were still discussing it in the 1st thread,until it closed at a fast rate.
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7 years ago
#8
(Original post by Dalek1099)
People were still discussing it in the 1st thread,until it closed at a fast rate.
*You were getting annihilated at a fast rate.

(Original post by PrinceUpsb)
.
He thinks his negs hurt us
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#9
(Original post by CharlieBoardman)
*You were getting annihilated at a fast rate.
I still enjoyed the discussion though.People just aren't acceptant of new concepts-people would have laughed at imaginary units and still do.
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7 years ago
#10
(Original post by Dalek1099)
I still enjoyed the discussion though.People just aren't acceptant of new concepts-people would have laughed at imaginary units and still do.
No. Your 'concepts' are not applicable.
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7 years ago
#11
Moron exponents, indeed.
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#12
(Original post by CharlieBoardman)
No. Your 'concepts' are not applicable.
A lot of maths isn't and there are applications have a look on the wiki-looking at symbols in equations also gives us a better understanding of maths.
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#13
3 people have voted very easy-provide us your answers then.
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7 years ago
#14
I have assuredly found an admirable perfect score on this paper, but the post box is too small to contain it.
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#15
(Original post by CharlieBoardman)
I have assuredly found an admirable perfect score on this paper, but the post box is too small to contain it.
No you haven't stop joking with me.
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7 years ago
#16
Tl;dr. You're just being needlessly loquacious and pretentious. "gavifluoric".
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#17
(Original post by Above.The.Empyrean)
Tl;dr. You're just being needlessly loquacious and pretentious. "gavifluoric".
Its named after me.
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#18
How dare TSR say that this thread isn't academic and I'm discussing maths so its in the right forum,it doesn't have to be in Chat.
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7 years ago
#19
(Original post by Dalek1099)
How dare TSR say that this thread isn't academic and I'm discussing maths so its in the right forum,it doesn't have to be in Chat.
The problem you see, and we've been trying to tell you this for the last few weeks, is that what you are doing isn't really (noteworthy) Maths
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Thread starter 7 years ago
#20
(Original post by ukdragon37)
The problem you see, and we've been trying to tell you this for the last few weeks, is that what you are doing isn't really (noteworthy) Maths
who are they to say that?Wegner was correct even though his theories were thought of as insane and TSR is treated my maths in a prejudiced way-they even removed my moderators are too strict thread,which shows they don't want TSR to know the truth.
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