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    (Original post by Insight314)
    I see where your avatar comes from!


    The book that goes with that website is pretty special!
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    More than 5 hours of maths are done for today, gonna chill with some GoT until sleep. Continuing with V&M tomorrow.

    I hope Beardon's textbook arrives tomorrow so I can start working through it. Probably not gonna look at lecture notes at all, unless I want to revise the material I have learnt. Also, I am gonna try and finish question 5 of the example sheet tomorrow since I attempted it with Gregorius's hint but couldn't get through it as much (or my headache didn't allow me to).
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    (Original post by Insight314)
    More than 5 hours of maths are done for today, gonna chill with some GoT until sleep. Continuing with V&M tomorrow.

    I hope Beardon's textbook arrives tomorrow so I can start working through it. Probably not gonna look at lecture notes at all, unless I want to revise the material I have learnt. Also, I am gonna try and finish question 5 of the example sheet tomorrow since I attempted it with Gregorius's hint but couldn't get through it as much (or my headache didn't allow me to).
    This thread should be renamed "Insight314's diary"
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    (Original post by gasfxekl)
    This thread should be renamed "Insight314's diary"
    Lol.

    Sorry, won't happen again. :hide:
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    Hmmm... It seems as though I have covered a lot of N&S already. It would seem sensible to just do all of the problem sheets and see how many I can manage and work from there.

    If that's fine then, wahey, off to Analysis! (again)

    Just in case anyone else will be learning these.
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    (Original post by tridianprime)
    Hmmm... It seems as though I have covered a lot of N&S already. It would seem sensible to just do all of the problem sheets and see how many I can manage and work from there.

    If that's fine then, wahey, off to Analysis! (again)

    Just in case anyone else will be learning these.
    Indeed. Im nkt gna do example sheets though.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Indeed. Im nkt gna do example sheets though.


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    I doubt N&S will take long. TBH, I am expecting some of the harder N&S problems to just be Olympiad Number Theory problems which I might just enjoy for their own sake. It seems Gowers likes to put a few in at least.
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    (Original post by Number Nine)
    never

    fat ****
    Ah, I've been packing on the flabs like I'm planning to go on holiday.
    Will improve my nutrition over the holiday and probably play lots of sports.
    Will also be going through N&S first.
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    For those of you buying books before you arrive at Cambridge, a tip. Hang on to your receipts. You may find that your college will make a contribution towards the cost of text book purchases. Newnham do, for example.
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    Zacins birthday today.


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    Zacins birthday today.


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    Ad multos annos Zacken !
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    (Original post by Gregorius)
    Nope. Take a look at this entry in the DLMF for all the identities.
    Could you explain where I'm messing up? Sorry, I'm both persistent and daft
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    (Original post by krishdesai7)
    Could you explain where I'm messing up? Sorry, I'm both persistent and daft
    sin(iy) = i sinh(y)
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    Small typo in these notes https://dec41.user.srcf.net/notes/IA_M/groups.pdf page 7
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    (Original post by Gregorius)
    sin(iy) = i sinh(y)
    Oooops. Thanks
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    Ad multos annos Zacken !
    Merci beacoup!
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    Merci beacoup!
    Happy birthday zacin
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    Happy birthday zacin
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    Thank you! :woo:
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    Where's my ****ing Beardon textbook? I paid extra for one day delivery to Amazon, it is afternoon and I still haven't received it.


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    Where's my ****ing Beardon textbook? I paid extra for one day delivery to Amazon, it is afternoon and I still haven't received it.


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    r u shaw u didnt swallow it?? that happens if u not careful dnt choke.
 
 
 
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