STEP Prep Thread 2017

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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Heh, some self-plugging is always good
    Huh? Self-plugging? What do you mea...oh I see now!! How embarrassing! By the purest chance I posted a link to one of my *own* solutions!! What a strange coincidence, eh, readers? Just as well it was a good'un, I guess.

    Good to see you around, helping the young 'uns.
    I'm just glad to see that you young folk really *are* making something of your lives, what with all your mathematics study, and witty banter! Keep the noise down though - Gramps here is trying to sleep.
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    (Original post by atsruser)
    Huh? Self-plugging? What do you mea...oh I see now!! How embarrassing! By the purest chance I posted a link to one of my *own* solutions!! What a strange coincidence, eh, readers? Just as well it was a good'un, I guess.
    The world is full of strange coincidences... we'll let this one slip through!

    I'm just glad to see that you young folk really *are* making something of your lives, what with all your mathematics study, and witty banter! Keep the noise down though - Gramps here is trying to sleep.
    Not sure procrastinating on example sheets in the bar really counts as making something of our lives, but we'll wave that past.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    The world is full of strange coincidences... we'll let this one slip through!



    Not sure procrastinating on example sheets in the bar really counts as making something of our lives, but we'll wave that past.
    Shut ur mouth mate so annoying.
    Stop shouting in lectures aswell some of us of are peopme who will pass k


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Shut ur mouth mate so annoying.
    Stop shouting in lectures aswell some of us of are peopme who will pass k


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    soz mate, will let you concentrate on finding gcd of 80860 and 62527 next time
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    Does anyone remember any relatively easy mechanics questions?
    Preferably projectiles.
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    (Original post by solC)
    Does anyone remember any relatively easy mechanics questions?
    Preferably projectiles.
    Hi solC,

    Your best bet is to use the STEP database. It's the best way of finding a good question.
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    (Original post by Injective)
    Hi solC,

    Your best bet is to use the STEP database. It's the best way of finding a good question.
    Alright will do, cheers
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    (Original post by solC)
    Does anyone remember any relatively easy mechanics questions?
    Preferably projectiles.
    Are you looking specifically for old STEP questions, or simply for more challenging mechanics questions in general?
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    (Original post by atsruser)
    Are you looking specifically for old STEP questions, or simply for more challenging mechanics questions in general?
    STEP preferably.
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    (Original post by Maths.)
    Here is the attachment......


    Zacken

    jneill
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    (Original post by Maths.)
    Here is the attachment......

    Sorry Maths.


    Zacken

    jneill
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    (Original post by Maths.)
    :confused:

    :banghead:

    Zacken Now this is the best of your knowledge

    jneill
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    (Original post by Melanie Leconte)
    Zacken

    jneill
    (Original post by Melanie Leconte)
    Sorry Maths.


    Zacken

    jneill
    (Original post by Melanie Leconte)
    Zacken Now this is the best of your knowledge

    jneill
    I don't think they heard you, tag them again.
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    I don't think they heard you, tag them again.
    lol They just don't give a s***

    (I feel sorry for the poster)
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    (Original post by Melanie Leconte)
    lol They just don't give a s***

    (I feel sorry for the poster)
    You just need to tag then along with more winking faces and tongue-out faces.
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    Show that  \lim _{n\rightarrow \infty } (-1)^{n} + \dfrac{1}{n} does not exist.

    Ask me for hint if needed
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    You just need to tag then along with more winking faces and tongue-out faces.

    I've learnt those faces from them; Zacken likes and Jneill likes

    btw this conversation is a follow up to another one on
    ''The Official 2017 Cambridge Applicants Thread''
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    (Original post by Melanie Leconte)
    I've learnt those faces from them; Zacken likes and Jneill likes

    btw this conversation is a follow up to another one on
    ''The Official 2017 Cambridge Applicants Thread''
    lol, u is on the Cambridge Applicants Thread? u is a total nerd fam
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    Anyone wanna have a go at my question
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    This seems like it'll be an infinitely valuable thread - thank you so much for making it! Since STEP III requires Further Maths knowledge, am I at a disadvantage considering I only go up to FP2 and M2? I was on a math residential and many of them are doing FP3 or even FP4. Thanks!
 
 
 
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