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    Can I still use it incase?

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    I mean... I guess you could, but there really is no need, it just seems like you're overcomplicating things if you do that.
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    I mean... I guess you could, but there really is no need, it just seems like you're overcomplicating things if you do that.
    Thank you♥♥

    How do i solve this?
    Is it CSA* L


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    Thank you♥♥

    How do i solve this?
    Is it CSA* L


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    Yusss I got them



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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I mean... I guess you could, but there really is no need, it just seems like you're overcomplicating things if you do that.
    Is this alright?

    Does L stand for slope height?
    so it's not the vertical height?



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    Is this alright?

    Does L stand for slope height?
    so it's not the vertical height?



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    Slope is L, hight is h
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    Slope is L, hight is h
    Got it.


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    Slope is L, hight is h
    I didn't do surds :/
    Do I have enough time to cover it now?

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    I didn't do surds :/
    Do I have enough time to cover it now?

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    They're unbelievably easy, once you know how they work. So, yes you do!
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    They're unbelievably easy, once you know how they work. So, yes you do!
    How should I start off?
    What paper are they most likely to come up?

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    How should I start off?
    What paper are they most likely to come up?

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    Non calculator, they'll mostly come up in non calc.

    Playlist on surds:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiW2...52E16E6FB96424

    Surds questions:

    http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resourc...r/95_surds.pdf
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    Non calculator, they'll mostly come up in non calc.

    Playlist on surds:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiW2...52E16E6FB96424

    Surds questions:

    http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resourc...r/95_surds.pdf
    Heyaa... I'm stuck on this.

    It's worded simulations questions...



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    Question is..

    Two numbers P and Q have a sum of 45 and a difference of 19.

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Question is..

    Two numbers P and Q have a sum of 45 and a difference of 19.

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    Sorry - Bit late. I shall be ready for any and all questions.

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    Sorry - Bit late. I shall be ready for any and all questions.

    Thanks what about this one?


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    Thanks what about this one?


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    Yaaaay I got it right!!!

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    Could you recap on this please?



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    Could you recap on this please?



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    Did you want to find the original price, or reduce 1200 by 20%? I just did find the original price, seems the most logical.

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    Non calculator, they'll mostly come up in non calc.

    Playlist on surds:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiW2...52E16E6FB96424

    Surds questions:

    http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resourc...r/95_surds.pdf
    Can you check my answers please question 16 A..
    I can't decrease for some reason...




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