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# C2: Application of Differentiation Again Watch

1. (Original post by DylanJ42)
if you leave money under your pillow you get a maths problem
As long as it's not mechanics...

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2. (Original post by zetamcfc)
I have.......
..and I will be
3. (Original post by DylanJ42)
..and I will be

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4. (Original post by drandy76)
As long as it's not mechanics...

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Amen to that although if zacken is delivering the problems i doubt it will be
5. (Original post by DylanJ42)
Amen to that although if zacken is delivering the problems i doubt it will be
It will probably require a reduction formula involving hyperbolic trig identities and 3 successive integration by parts with powers m and n

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6. (Original post by drandy76)
It will probably require a reduction formula involving hyperbolic trig identities and 3 successive integration by parts with powers m and n

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Not a good sign that I can immediately think of a STEP III question that does this...

Guess it's me four.
7. (Original post by Zacken)
Not a good sign that I can immediately think of a STEP III question that does this...

Guess it's me four.
Don't tease us, gonna need the year, need my reduction formula fix

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8. (Original post by drandy76)
It will probably require a reduction formula involving hyperbolic trig identities and 3 successive integration by parts with powers m and n

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if that's the case he can have my life savings reduction formula are so sexy are you doing FP3 this year?
9. (Original post by DylanJ42)
if that's the case he can have my life savings reduction formula are so sexy are you doing FP3 this year?
My class had the option of doing M3 or FP3, we took it to a vote and M3 won 5 votes to 2, have to content myself to working through the chapters in my spare time

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10. Zacken drandy76

Given that

Show that

I done this with standard trig, but a teacher showed me this method, its so so good, ill spoiler the solution so you can try it first
Spoiler:
Show
11. (Original post by drandy76)
My class had the option of doing M3 or FP3, we took it to a vote and M3 won 5 votes to 2, have to content myself to working through the chapters in my spare time
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ah damn, how could 5/7 people turn down FP3 smh they dont know what they missed
12. (Original post by DylanJ42)
Zacken drandy76

Given that

Show that

I done this with standard trig, but a teacher showed me this method, its so so good, ill spoiler the solution so you can try it first
Spoiler:
Show
Isn't this the method you alway use? It's certainly the one I always do!
13. (Original post by DylanJ42)
Zacken drandy76

Given that

Show that

I done this with standard trig, but a teacher showed me this method, its so so good, ill spoiler the solution so you can try it first
Spoiler:
Show
The a^2 -x^2 actually reminds me of a pretty neat circle question I saw in my c4 textbook, I think I remember my teacher showing my class the adding 0 trick during this topic as well

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14. (Original post by DylanJ42)
ah damn, how could 5/7 people turn down FP3 smh they dont know what they missed
3 engineers and 2 bottle jobs, they have brought shame upon the school

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15. (Original post by Zacken)
Isn't this the method you alway use? It's certainly the one I always do!
nope im a bit of a trig fanboy myself

I thought youd be impressed with the creating zero trick

(Original post by drandy76)
The a^2 -x^2 actually reminds me of a pretty neat circle question I saw in my c4 textbook, I think I remember my teacher showing my class the adding 0 trick during this topic as well
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no one impressed then, well...
16. (Original post by DylanJ42)
nope im a bit of a trig fanboy myself

I thought youd be impressed with the creating zero trick

no one impressed then, well...
Sorry my teacher beat you to the punch I guess? (Using mobile and have no clue how to pure emotes on)

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17. (Original post by drandy76)
3 engineers and 2 bottle jobs, they have brought shame upon the school
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oh damn, I hope their sinh-y reputations within school have been dented
18. (Original post by drandy76)
Sorry my teacher beat you to the punch I guess? (Using mobile and have no clue how to pure emotes on)

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19. (Original post by DylanJ42)
oh damn, I hope their sinh-y reputations within school have been dented
It's almost certainty b-cosh of their choices to become to pick m3 rather tanh their reluctance to do FP3

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20. (Original post by DylanJ42)
I'll nutmeg him in the sixthform vs teachers game for you

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