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1. (Original post by mediaya)
dont worry
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i swear that question is just impossible lol dont be sad

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3. (Original post by hateme)
can u post the question again
I got (x-y)(x-3y) which gibes x^2 - 3xy - xy + 3y^2
I got that aswell

(Original post by mediaya)
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i swear that question is just impossible lol dont be sad

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Are you sure you read the question properly? What if the answer is there is no solution? because there is no way you can have both brackets have the same experession, that Y will always be there
4. (Original post by mr T 999)
I got that aswell

Are you sure you read the question properly? What if the answer is there is no solution? because there is no way you can have both brackets have the same experession, that Y will always be there
Agreed no way an AS question could be that complex
5. (Original post by mr T 999)
I got that aswell

Are you sure you read the question properly? What if the answer is there is no solution? because there is no way you can have both brackets have the same experession, that Y will always be there
What is the question?

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6. (Original post by Andy98)
What is the question?

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fully factorise this:
x^2-3x-xy+3y^2
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8. (Original post by hateme)
Agreed no way an AS question could be that complex
Although they did make some changes to A levels making it more harder, so this could be the new A levels maths?
9. (Original post by hateme)
fully factorise this:
x^2-3x-xy+3y^2
x(x-3)+y(3y-x) is as best I can get

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10. (Original post by Andy98)
x(x-3)+y(3y-x) is as best I can get

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Yh I had that too but she said the answer needs to be a double bracket which is impossible
11. (Original post by mr T 999)
I got that aswell

Are you sure you read the question properly? What if the answer is there is no solution? because there is no way you can have both brackets have the same experession, that Y will always be there
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Agreed no way an AS question could be that complex
Fully factorise doesn't always mean everything has to be in a bracket, it means everything that can go in a bracket has to be in one

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12. (Original post by Andy98)
x(x-3)+y(3y-x) is as best I can get

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But apprently that's wrong mediaya you need to double check the question, cause it's not possible to have the same expression in both brackets
13. (Original post by mr T 999)
Although they did make some changes to A levels making it more harder, so this could be the new A levels maths?
Lol even so an AS student would not be able to do that, but im sure maths hasn't changed their still doing modular c1, c2 and so on
14. (Original post by Andy98)
Fully factorise doesn't always mean everything has to be in a bracket, it means everything that can go in a bracket has to be in one

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Ik that but she says it HAS to be double bracket so yh
15. (Original post by mr T 999)
But apprently that's wrong mediaya you need to double check the question, cause it's not possible to have the same expression in both brackets

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Lol even so an AS student would not be able to do that, but im sure maths hasn't changed their still doing modular c1, c2 and so on
It hasn't, not yet

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Ik that but she says it HAS to be double bracket so yh
Then I assume she typed it wrong

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16. (Original post by Andy98)

It hasn't, not yet

Then I assume she typed it wrong

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Yeah she either misread the question/typed it wrong here or the answer is there is no solution. I even ran the equation in a factorising program and still get the same thing
17. (Original post by mr T 999)
Yeah she either misread the question/typed it wrong here or the answer is there is no solution. I even ran the equation in a factorising program and still get the same thing
Interesting

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18. (Original post by mr T 999)
I got that aswell

Are you sure you read the question properly? What if the answer is there is no solution? because there is no way you can have both brackets have the same experession, that Y will always be there
Yes i read the question properly, they give u an example and ask to do the same for all the others

Yeeeeah! Maybe the answer is no solution

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19. (Original post by hateme)
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In a bit lol

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20. (Original post by mediaya)
Yes i read the question properly, they give u an example and ask to do the same for all the others

Yeeeeah! Maybe the answer is no solution

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Accept there is no solution! You made us do all that work

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