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1. (Original post by Zacken)
Sorry! At least now you know.
Would've been nice to know for the exams I sat last year

Thanks anyway
2. (Original post by Andy98)
Would've been nice to know for the exams I sat last year

Thanks anyway
You must've done well anyway!

No problem.
3. (Original post by Zacken)
If then you end up with a division by 0.
Sorry to bring this up again, but what do you mean if X is less than/equal to 1 it will end in a division by 0? I don't get why you would be dividiving by 0.
4. (Original post by Questioness)
Sorry to bring this up again, but what do you mean if X is less than/equal to 1 it will end in a division by 0? I don't get why you would be dividiving by 0.
You are right in stating that , buuut we can't have since if that was allowed then we'd be doing but we can'd divide by so our inequality should be

AND . But we can just simplify that as .
5. (Original post by Zacken)
You must've done well anyway!

No problem.
Well, I'm resitting C1&4 and S1

(Original post by Questioness)
Sorry to bring this up again, but what do you mean if X is less than/equal to 1 it will end in a division by 0? I don't get why you would be dividiving by 0.
, when you use 1 it becomes which is bad
6. (Original post by Zacken)
You are right in stating that , buuut we can't have since if that was allowed then we'd be doing but we can'd divide by so our inequality should be

AND . But we can just simplify that as .
Ok, makes sense. Thanks again .
7. (Original post by Andy98)
Well, I'm resitting C1&4 and S1
Good luck! The maths forum is here if you've got any queries.

, when you use 1 it becomes which is bad
Slowcoach.
8. You Get a rep Anyways. Sorry Zacken, I've already repped you
9. (Original post by Questioness)
You Get a rep Anyways. Sorry Zacken, I've already repped you
Don't worry about it!
10. I'm not done . Why is it that X can be equal to 4? That would also make 0 . Not likin' the double standards here.
11. (Original post by Questioness)
I'm not done . Why is it that X can be equal to 4? That would also make 0 . Not likin' the double standards here.
It's not a strict inequality, so which is true. 0 is less than or equal to 0.

You can do this on your calculator, it's all perfectly legit. But try dividing by 0 on your calculator, what happens?

Moral of the story: 0 in the numerator is okay. 0 in the denominator is bad news.
12. (Original post by Zacken)
It's not a strict inequality, so which is true. 0 is less than or equal to 0.

You can do this on your calculator, it's all perfectly legit. But try dividing by 0 on your calculator, what happens?
Right- an error. Okay I get it.Thanks.
13. (Original post by Questioness)
Right- an error. Okay I get it.Thanks.
No problem!
14. (Original post by Zacken)
Good luck! The maths forum is here if you've got any queries.

Slowcoach.
I'm not one to spam

Ssshhh, I am also doing actual work
15. (Original post by Andy98)
I'm not one to spam

Ssshhh, I am also doing actual work
I'm doing actual work too.
16. (Original post by Zacken)
I'm doing actual work too.
Sure

What work?
17. (Original post by Andy98)
Sure

What work?
Uhm... uhm... okay nevermind.
18. (Original post by Zacken)
Uhm... uhm... okay nevermind.
Thought as much
19. (Original post by Andy98)
Thought as much

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