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1. (Original post by upthegunners)
how would I quickly make this a vulgar fraction? It would take me ages to work it out in my head in the C1 exam
Divide 250 by 2 then by 3
2. (Original post by justinawe)
I go to a college, homework is optional
That's great (for some).
3. (Original post by joostan)
Lol, I'm not sure you want to swap with justinawe . . . They work them hard in the orient
I would get A* for all my assignments and justinawe would get 0's LOOOL
I'd probably end up posting his whole assignment on here!
LOOOOOOOL joker
4. (Original post by reubenkinara)
C4's pretty straight forward, though I'll discover how true that really is when I start Solomons this 0.5 term! The only Q I really struggled with was a vectors question that Justinawe ended up explaining as the teacher found it too difficult!
5. (Original post by upthegunners)
yea but how would you 'spot' that?
I don't know. I just do. Just to clarify, spot what? That two is a factor?
6. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
Divide 250 by 2 then by 3
but how do you get the 2/3 part?
7. (Original post by joostan)
I'll try o.O
8. (Original post by tigerz)
I would get A* for all my assignments and justinawe would get 0's LOOOL
I'd probably end up posting his whole assignment on here!
LOOOOOOOL joker
Haha, maybe not 0, surely 1 or 2?
9. (Original post by justinawe)
I go to a college, homework is optional
aha true...they just say 'if you don't do h/w you will suffer' (and the h/w is usually useless)
10. (Original post by upthegunners)
but how do you get the 2/3 part?
It's the remainder.
11. (Original post by joostan)
Haha, maybe not 0, surely 1 or 2?
I will get exactly 3.142 on each assignment LOOOL (at school people call me Pie)

Alright time for me to start your question lool
12. (Original post by upthegunners)
but how do you get the 2/3 part?
You need to revisit long division
13. (Original post by tigerz)
I will get exactly 3.142 on each assignment LOOOL (at school people call me Pie)
Getting exactly would be a good trick.
Why's that?
Spoiler:
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Did someone eat all the pies

(Original post by justinawe)
I go to a college, homework is optional
Do you ever NOT do your work??

(Original post by reubenkinara)
I'll try o.O
Lol, it's not as bad as it looks.
14. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
You need to revisit long division
you I can long divide but you have to keep going for quite a bit to get.66666666667.
15. (Original post by reubenkinara)
That's great (for some).

(Original post by tigerz)
aha true...they just say 'if you don't do h/w you will suffer' (and the h/w is usually useless)

(Original post by joostan)
Do you ever NOT do your work??
I don't think I've done any homework since I started year 12

I had a teacher last semester (who taught C1-C3) who gave homework, and then picked random people to do the h/w questions on the board the following class to try and catch out those who hadn't done it.

I just solved them on the spot, though
16. (Original post by joostan)
Getting exactly would be a good trick.
Why's that?
Spoiler:
Show
Did someone eat all the pies

Do you ever NOT do your work??

Lol, it's not as bad as it looks.
It's taking me quite a few steps! Before popping in the #s I'll post my integral
17. (Original post by joostan)
Getting exactly would be a good trick.
Why's that?
Spoiler:
Show
Did someone eat all the pies

.
Hahah :P, lool nah they have difficulty pronouncing my name so call me Pie for short
My friend randomly made it up for me at my old school and ended up coming in use! Sometimes if we have a sub teacher and they say my real name people get confused like whos that?

I do love food though....
18. (Original post by upthegunners)
you I can long divide but you have to keep going for quite a bit to get.66666666667.
?

....41
3| 125
..-12
______
.......5
.....-3
_____
.......2

= 41 + 2/3
19. Someone posted a log question on the previous page, with change in base involved. Can the solution please be put up sometime soon?
20. (Original post by justinawe)
I don't think I've done any homework since I started year 12

I had a teacher last semester (who taught C1-C3) who gave homework, and then picked random people to do the h/w questions on the board the following class to try and catch out those who hadn't done it.

I just solved them on the spot, though
Thats nothing, in my chemistry lesson my teacher put me on the spot asked me to say which type of alcohols each structure was, I didn't have my book on me OR the h/w and just randomly said 'primary etc' and got them all right, my friend was pissing herself with laughter LOOL everyone knew I guessed it all

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