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# CTAM: Count to a million (Part 12) watch

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120373Welcome to Part 12: good to see you.
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120372Same. I thought you were referring to C2... How much of FP1 have you done so far?
Oh cool. I haven't done C2 yet actually. I've hardly done any FP1 so far - imaginary numbers, quadratic equations with I and complex conjugate pairs. Over half term, my teacher basically told us to kind of self teach Argand diagrams (which look horrific) so we don't have to go through them too much when we get back...
How much have you done?

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120374 fp1 was a nightmare for me...
Haha. Lesson one for me was multiplying matrices.
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120374 fp1 was a nightmare for me...

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Oh dear

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7. (Original post by 04MR17)
120380Haha. Lesson one for me was multiplying matrices.
Have you only just started? For me matrixes were the easiest complex numbers starts off alright but gets hard real quick

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Oh cool. I haven't done C2 yet actually. I've hardly done any FP1 so far - imaginary numbers, quadratic equations with I and complex conjugate pairs. Over half term, my teacher basically told us to kind of self teach Argand diagrams (which look horrific) so we don't have to go through them too much when we get back...
How much have you done?
They're not that bad. Binomial Expansion should make more sense after C2 (or not knowing FP1). Argand diagrams aren't that bad, it's the argument bit that gets more confusing. I've done chapters 1 and 4 - which is the biggest.
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Oh dear

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Tbf I did do it alongside 4 a-levels so it was a bit too much for me ended up with a U in the final exam if I did it again im sure id do better

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Have you only just started? For me matrixes were the easiest complex numbers starts off alright but gets hard real quick
Started it in September. Lesson one was multiplying matrices (which is halfway through chapter 4). We started there because it is one of the easiest, and the biggest (get it out of the way).
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14. (Original post by 04MR17)
120388They're not that bad. Binomial Expansion should make more sense after C2 (or not knowing FP1). Argand diagrams aren't that bad, it's the argument bit that gets more confusing. I've done chapters 1 and 4 - which is the biggest.
Hmm fair enough. They look like vectors in physics, and I really really don't like vectors <---- laughing so as to not cry about it
Oh wow, yeah I'm only at the first half of chapter 1
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Tbf I did do it alongside 4 a-levels so it was a bit too much for me ended up with a U in the final exam if I did it again im sure id do better

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Ohh wow, that must have been a lot of work! I'm sure you would

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^I'll edit the other post in a moment/later because the app won't let me do it :/
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Bluebutterfly310 how are you?
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20. (Original post by 04MR17)
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Bluebutterfly310 how are you?
Afternoon

Im so so. Found out im blind as a bat though lol

How are you??

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