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    (Original post by keynes24)
    If you take -3(y-2) to the left hand side then you will get -3ln(y-2) in the left hand side. On the right hand side you just need to do partial fractions as the example indicates
    After doing that and solving I end up with the wrong answer though


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    (Original post by keynes24)
    If you take -3(y-2) to the left hand side then you will get -3ln(y-2) in the left hand side. On the right hand side you just need to do partial fractions as the example indicates
    No you wouldn't. You would get -1/3(ln(y-2))


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    No you wouldn't. You would get -1/3(ln(y-2))


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    That's right, that's me trying to solve it on my mobile phone
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    Its probs really simple but can anyone show me how to solve this please Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1429896236.635765.jpg
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    Its probs really simple but can anyone show me how to solve this please Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1429896236.635765.jpg
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    You can factorise 50xe^(2x)
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    (Original post by keynes24)
    You can factorise 50xe^(2x)
    Yeah sorry i should have said i could do that bit but then either x = 0 or 50xe^(2x) = 0 but i dont know how to solve that...


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    Its probs really simple but can anyone show me how to solve this please Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1429896236.635765.jpg
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    Factorise e^2x out since this cannot equal zero so you can divide by e^2x to give 50x+50x^2=0 which I am sure you can solve.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Factorise e^2x out since this cannot equal zero so you can divide by e^2x to give 50x+50x^2=0 which I am sure you can solve.


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    By completing the square?


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    (Original post by clara16)
    By completing the square?


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    Well thT or
    X(50+50X)=0
    Which you can see the solutions from there
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    Hey guys
    Does anyone know if they actually ask questions on the easy gcse level vector questions in the beginning of the chapter in the c4 book


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    Hey guys
    Does anyone know if they actually ask questions on the easy gcse level vector questions in the beginning of the chapter in the c4 book


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    No, my teacher it hasnt come up.


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    Thanks



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    How is everyone's Revison going? Have you all finished c4 in class


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    Can anyone work out vector bg


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    (Original post by Medicjug)
    Can anyone work out vector bg


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    The question would be nice lol.


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    (Original post by Medicjug)
    How is everyone's Revison going? Have you all finished c4 in class


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    Yeh finished it last year.


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    C4 vectors is death - hate it with a passion... along with rates of change NOPE!
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    (Original post by tazza ma razza)
    C4 vectors is death - hate it with a passion... along with rates of change NOPE!
    C4 vectors are nothing compared to FP3.
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    (Original post by H0PEL3SS)
    C4 vectors are nothing compared to FP3.
    Fp3 isnt that bad either.


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    about 3/4 weeks ago I was ace at C4, not done any c4 since then and now I cant do vectors properly, I can still do the rest though....with the hard parts of integration slowly fading away got a mock next week thursday for it aswell
 
 
 
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