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    (Original post by reubenkinara)
    In C3, for harmonic form is it okay if you already know how to compute R and alpha. Or do you have to do the whole thing by saying Rcos(\theta + \alpha)= R(cos\theta cos \alpha - sin \theta sin \alpha) \Rightarrow...?
    I always show the method otherwise I'm concerned if I'd lose the method marks for it.
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    Yeah it also annoys me if I see a question that I can't do straight away so I tend to diverge from my current task to solve the question that has been asked, if I've got the ability and knowledge to that is I'd rather have the A level papers include some of the questions we ask on here instead of most of the repetitious questions that appear in the actual exams
    I don't even bother trying them hence I was meant to disappear from the thread for a bit.
    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Proofs aren't that bad tbh! and that sounds more like jealousy than irrelvancy? (not a word don't quote me). Your in year 11, some of this stuff needs to be done by people in year 12 and 13 to become more open minded mathematically rather than following a tedious syllabus. You can class induction as fp1, and irrationality questions I have heard come up in c3 solomons or something like that?

    Anyway I understand your point, but this thread feels a bit more approachable for people like myself getting into the whole the STEP thing if you understand why I mean.
    Irrelevance*

    It's not that I can't do them (I've never tried to actually). I guess I'm just stubborn in that I won't join in because I don't agree with it

    It's not like I'm condemning it, I just... Yeah

    I'm gonna get warned if I carry this on... and I have enough points so...

    Something a level maths-y related...

    I've decided not to go to any lengths with maths! Just gonna keep it simple... With FP1-3 M2-3 and S2 :awesome:
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    Haha very funny

    Yeah, I think I get annoyed because I can't see the code on my phone and so can't be bothered attempting them tbh

    Proofs just irritate me too!

    It's probably because I never do them, and I feel crap when I see you guys do it.

    Anyway... S1, seeing as my exams in over a week.

    Any way in remembering all.those probabiliTy and Venn **** stuff?
    HEY! I can't believe you get in trouble in your own thread for spamming :/
    I enjoy proofs :P, I have an S1 notes/doc if you want it
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    HEY! I can't believe you get in trouble in your own thread for spamming :/
    I enjoy proofs :P, I have an S1 notes/doc if you want it
    Don't get me started

    Ahah, my S1 is Edexcel S2 mostly. So it won't be the same, thanks though

    (Original post by reubenkinara)
    In C3, for harmonic form is it okay if you already know how to compute R and alpha. Or do you have to do the whole thing by saying Rcos(\theta + \alpha)= R(cos\theta cos \alpha - sin \theta sin \alpha) \Rightarrow...?
    What do you mean?

    I say:

    R^2 = ...
    Alpha = tan^-1 b/a...

    And then plug it in.

    (Original post by Fabash)
    Emm I'm in year7 and I'm like really into maths I do yr 10and 11 work and sometimes even get 95 percent could you please tell me what should I be doing??


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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I always show the method otherwise I'm concerned if I'd lose the method marks for it.
    I see. Do you tend do draw diagrams for C4 vectors? I only do so when the Q is not straightforward whereas others draw them at every opportunity.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I don't even bother trying them hence I was meant to disappear from the thread for a bit.

    Irrelevance*

    It's not that I can't do them (I've never tried to actually). I guess I'm just stubborn in that I won't join in because I don't agree with it

    It's not like I'm condemning it, I just... Yeah

    I'm gonna get warned if I carry this on... and I have enough points so...

    Something a level maths-y related...

    I've decided not to go to any lengths with maths! Just gonna keep it simple... With FP1-3 M2-3 and S2 :awesome:
    Sounds good, and similar to my choices as well, though I need to convince my teachers that I may perhaps want to do M3

    I kinda feel obliged to post a problem to each post
    how about some s2
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    Given that F(X)=a+bx for 0\leq x \leq 1

    Find the value of the constants a and b


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Don't get me started

    Ahah, my S1 is Edexcel S2 mostly. So it won't be the same, thanks though


    What do you mean?

    I say:

    R^2 = ...
    Alpha = tan^-1 b/a...

    And then plug it in.





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    That's what I do also but I don't want to lose any M1s this time around in C3. At the same time, I don't want to waste time!
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    Sounds good, and similar to my choices as well, though I need to convince my teachers that I may perhaps want to do M3

    I kinda feel obliged to post a problem to each post
    how about some s2
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    Given that F(X)=a+bx for 0\leq x \leq 1

    Find the value of the constants a and b


    No teachers can tell me what to do :awesome:

    :lol: what do you do for that? :facepalm: I feel so thick

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    It's true, he's in yr7.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    No teachers can tell me what to do :awesome:

    :lol: what do you do for that? :facepalm: I feel so thick



    It's true, he's in yr7.
    From S1

    F(x)=P(X\leq x) Where the F(1)=1
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    (Original post by reubenkinara)
    I see. Do you tend do draw diagrams for C4 vectors? I only do so when the Q is straightforward whereas others draw them at every opportunity.
    I never draw diagrams for vector questions as I can't get the diagram straight in my head so it's pointless of drawing one that won't make any sense to me. But everyone else in my class always draws them, they don't get the correct answers though so it's really up to you
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    From S1

    F(X\leq x) Where the F(1)=1
    What?:lol:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    What?:lol:
    Sorry edited it! it was

    F(x)=P(X\leq x) I.e. the cumulative distribution function
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Sorry edited it! it was

    F(x)=P(X\leq x) I.e. the cumulative distribution function
    Cumulative.d.f dx = P.d.f?

    Not related to your thing, but?
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I never draw diagrams for vector questions as I can't get the diagram straight in my head so it's pointless of drawing one that won't make any sense to me. But everyone else in my class always draws them, they don't get the correct answers though so it's really up to you
    I see. I find a rough sketch is extreemly useful in modelling vector questions with areas on geometric shapes.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Cumulative.d.f dx = P.d.f?

    Not related to your thing, but?
    You can find one the equations of a and b by doing this, but then you need to consider the area under a pdf (once you have it) being equal to 1. You can also find another equation by using the property of the cumulative distribution function, involving F(a number)=1
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Don't get me started

    Ahah, my S1 is Edexcel S2 mostly. So it won't be the same, thanks though


    What do you mean?

    I say:

    R^2 = ...
    Alpha = tan^-1 b/a...

    And then plug it in.





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    (Original post by reubenkinara)
    I see. I find a rough sketch is extreemly useful in modelling vector questions with areas on geometric shapes.
    I just hack my way through all the working out instead and sometimes take about 15 minutes to get the final 3 marks, but I still get the correct answer so it's all good in my eyes
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I just hack my way through all the working out instead and sometimes take about 15 minutes to get the final 3 marks, but I still get the correct answer so it's all good in my eyes
    Each to there own I suppose. How's maths revision? I haven't managed to start yet but I'm not too worried. Are you in the zone, i.e averaging \geq{70}?
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    You can find one the equations of a and b by doing this, but then you need to consider the area under a pdf (once you have it) being equal to 1. You can also find another equation by using the property of the cumulative distribution function, involving F(a number)=1
    Oh. You want me to do the question :lol: right, what is it again?

    (Original post by tigerz)
    Ahh okays I have decent probability + venn thingies for edexcel s1
    If you wouldn't mind
 
 
 
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