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# Girls, do you want to see my mock? watch

1. You didn't dissapoint.

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2. I don't think the mock is long enough. Sorry
3. (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
Hopefully there's some big Taylor series expansions
Taylor series are handy af. Just tedious. The problem I find with any series expansion questions is keeping your calm. So easy to lose a minus sign and mess up the whole thing.
4. (Original post by Serine Soul)
I don't think the mock is long enough. Sorry
Mocks are never long enough. I could do a STEP one but that might be painful for some people.

Do you like doing multiple mocks at once?
5. (Original post by EricPiphany)
I plan to do a mock this weekend, maybe FP2. If any girls are interested in seeing it, I can upload some pictures of it on Sunday.
I'll get my friend to give me a hard one.
Since no-one has said this yet, i read the title as

"Girls, do you want to see my ****"
6. (Original post by Steelmeat)
Since no-one has said this yet, i read the title as

"Girls, do you want to see my ****"
Such a dirty mind you have.
Remember, this is a forum for students, behave yourself.
7. (Original post by EricPiphany)
Such a dirty mind you have.
Remember, this is a forum for students, behave yourself.
There's always one
8. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
Try integrate my natural log
Try integrate my one: Natural log to the nth power. There's a handy reduction formula for that one I believe.
9. Eric you are 2{cos(C)/[1 - sin(C)] - tan(C)} for your shirt
10. (Original post by the bear)
Eric you are 2{cos(C)/[1 - sin(C)] - tan(C)} for your shirt
Let .
I say .

Hopefully that even works.
11. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
I can't integrate your natural log because it doesn't oscillate enough to use fourier transform on.

I don't derive much satisfaction from other methods of integration. Fourier is a bit of a fetish of mine.
I remember reading somewhere that Fourier liked it very hot.
12. (Original post by EricPiphany)
Mocks are never long enough. I could do a STEP one but that might be painful for some people.

Do you like doing multiple mocks at once?
I think some people like it rough and tough

Sometimes, it can get a bit exhausting but it's so satisfying when I've finished them all.
13. (Original post by EricPiphany)
Let .
I say .

Hopefully that even works.

14. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
Fourier liked curves
15. (Original post by Et Tu, Brute?)
Taylor series are handy af. Just tedious. The problem I find with any series expansion questions is keeping your calm. So easy to lose a minus sign and mess up the whole thing.

You just have to write down everything organised so you don't confuse yourself because Taylor series and the others are easy.
16. OK, try not to judge...
17. (Original post by EricPiphany)
OK, try not to judge...
Messy.
18. (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
Messy.
Hey, shut up. I tied to get it all smooth and everything. Nice knowing you.
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19. (Original post by EricPiphany)
Hey, shut up. I tied to get it all smooth and everything. Nice knowing you.
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Messy in one place, means messy in all places

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