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    but the questions which i dont understand in mixed exercise where i ask for help can i ask from you mate i would appreciate?
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    but the questions which i dont understand in mixed exercise where i ask for help can i ask from you mate i would appreciate?
    Which book do you use?

    Doesn't the book has a solution bank?

    I won't be able to answer all your questions, i am preparing for physics. You may have to seek help from someone else.

    Its best you post the questions you don't understand on the forum.
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    Which book do you use?

    Doesn't the book has a solution bank?

    I won't be able to answer all your questions, i am preparing for physics. You may have to seek help from someone else.

    Its best you post the questions you don't understand on the forum.
    im using the old edexcel c4 book does not have solutions
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    im using the old edexcel c4 book does not have solutions
    Download the new book and use it. It has a solution bank, it is very difficult to study without the solutions.
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    Download the new book and use it. It has a solution bank, it is very difficult to study without the solutions.
    from where can i download it-?
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    (Original post by raheem94)
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    Mate, the first question the OP asked has got me stumped.

    So the RHS, would it be logbase3 (3)^2 (6x^2-19x+2)?

    so its logbase3(3-2x)=logbase3 (3)2 (6x^2-19x+2)

    and then raise the LHS by power 3 and then RHS by power 3, to get

    2-3x=9(6x^2-19x+2)???
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    from where can i download it-?
    I will upload it for you and give you the link, it will take some time.
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    I will upload it for you and give you the link, it will take some time.
    thanks i would appreciate that
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    logs make me wanna cry :'(
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    I will upload it for you and give you the link, it will take some time.
    Am I right in my approach?
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    thanks i would appreciate that
    Mate, my approach to your question above, was it right?
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    (Original post by AspiringGenius)
    logs make me wanna cry :'(
    I consider logs the easiest chapter.

    This is the only topic on which i don't make mistake while attempting AEA questions.
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    (Original post by J DOT A)
    Mate, my approach to your question above, was it right?
     log_3(2-3x) = log_9(6x^2-19x+2) \implies log_3(2-3x) = \dfrac{log_3(6x^2-19x+2)}{log_39}

    Remember,  log_39 = log_33^2 = 2log_33 = 2

    Now try to do it.
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    Nah ... logs are fun



    Noah parked his ark after the storm and sent the pairs out "Go forth and Multiply" he said

    After a while he sent his sons out to check progress

    There were babies everywhere; antelopes to zebras

    But no baby snakes



    They asked the snakes what the issue was and the snakes said "can you cut down some trees for us"

    Ok ... job done

    A while later they check again ... loads and loads of baby snakes

    "How did the trees help" asked Noah



    "Well", said the snakes, "we are adders, so we needed logs to multiply"
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    I consider logs the easiest chapter.

    This is the only topic on which i don't make mistake while attempting AEA questions.
    okay can you tell me how you would approach the first question the OP posted. I also don't know if what I am doing is right now... I posted my method above. Will give rep.
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    I consider logs the easiest chapter.

    This is the only topic on which i don't make mistake while attempting AEA questions.
    Cheers boss!
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    (Original post by J DOT A)
    okay can you tell me how you would approach the first question the OP posted. I also don't know if what I am doing is right now... I posted my method above. Will give rep.
    Look at post#33.
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    Nah ... logs are fun



    Noah parked his ark after the storm and sent the pairs out "Go forth and Multiply" he said

    After a while he sent his sons out to check progress

    There were babies everywhere; antelopes to zebras

    But no baby snakes



    They asked the snakes what the issue was and the snakes said "can you cut down some trees for us"

    Ok ... job done

    A while later they check again ... loads and loads of baby snakes

    "How did the trees help" asked Noah



    "Well", said the snakes, "we are adders, so we needed logs to multiply"
    :clap2:
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    thanks i would appreciate that
    Upload complete, download it from the link: http://www.mediafire.com/?7gt6bsrr0040s97


    If you fail to run the solution bank, then contact me.
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    Upload complete, download it from the link: http://www.mediafire.com/?7gt6bsrr0040s97


    If you fail to run the solution bank, then contact me.
    thanks but do you have c2 one? this is c4
 
 
 
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