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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Here's a maths question for you guys.

    If z=x+iy, find the real and imaginary parts of \frac{z}{z+1} in terms of x and y, simplifying your answer as far as possible.


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    I used to be able to do that :emo:

    To be fair I haven't touched Further Maths in like 4 months, after skimming it.
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    (Original post by twisted)
    what module would this be from? I'm guessing fp1?
    He does IB :hand::lol:
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    (Original post by peaaceandl0ve)
    Oh yes, it was just the highlight of the lesson! I used to send amazing e-mails to my friends in primary school, many of them being about Animal Crossing :')
    Animal Crossing!!!! One of my favourite game series of all tome, crossed with Pikmin Good tastes girl
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    (Original post by mangofreak)
    he does ib :hand::lol:
    goddamn it bude
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Here's a maths question for you guys.

    If z=x+iy, find the real and imaginary parts of \frac{z}{z+1} in terms of x and y, simplifying your answer as far as possible.


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    Uwotm8?
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    Does anyone here do physics and know how to calculate tension?

    The question says:

    "A mass of 6kg is placed at the lower end of a vertical wire; the upper end is fixed to a ceiling. What is the tension of the wire a) at the lower end and b) at the upper end?"

    We haven't done a formula for tension? I'll post this in another forum for physics if there is one, but I wanted to see if anyone here could help sorry
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    (Original post by lulagreenleaf)
    Does anyone here do physics and know how to calculate tension?

    The question says:

    "A mass of 6kg is placed at the lower end of a vertical wire; the upper end is fixed to a ceiling. What is the tension of the wire a) at the lower end and b) at the upper end?"

    We haven't done a formula for tension? I'll post this in another forum for physics if there is one, but I wanted to see if anyone here could help sorry
    Use f=ma
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    (Original post by RhymeAsylumForever)
    Use f=ma
    Ah right, thank you!
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    (Original post by RhymeAsylumForever)
    Use f=ma
    what would 'a' be in this question?
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    (Original post by twisted)
    what would 'a' be in this question?
    Acceleration due to gravity {9.81}
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    (Original post by lulagreenleaf)
    Acceleration due to gravity {9.81}
    Oh yeah lol.
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    We were concerned that the school would certificate it, meaning the Fail would have to be put on our UCAS forms (not that it would have mattered, just looks slightly bad), but there was no mention of it on results day :lol:
    Well that's good, at least Pft, if it's only half a GCSE (which I presume it is?) then they shouldn't really care, I wouldn't if I was them
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    (Original post by Kai Bloodworth)
    Animal Crossing!!!! One of my favourite game series of all tome, crossed with Pikmin Good tastes girl
    Haha, it's a good taste you have too, bro The majority of my Year Four and Five memories are jut me and my primary school chums sat playing Animal Crossing together :love:
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    (Original post by peaaceandl0ve)
    Haha, it's a good taste you have too, bro The majority of my Year Four and Five memories are jut me and my primary school chums sat playing Animal Crossing together :love:
    Super Mario Sunshine probably tops it as my favourite ever game :cool:
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    (Original post by peaaceandl0ve)
    Well that's good, at least Pft, if it's only half a GCSE (which I presume it is?) then they shouldn't really care, I wouldn't if I was them
    We actually did OCR Nationals, so "technically" it was worth "4 GCSEs" if you got a Distinction. Of course, in practice that's complete bull**** (although the number of GCSE grades is sort of irrelevant anyway so I suppose it's hard to measure the practical bull****tery levels).
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    (Original post by Kai Bloodworth)
    Super Mario Sunshine probably tops it as my favourite ever game :cool:
    Never had that one, bro Only Mario Karts, and (New) Super Mario Bros, though they did always seem to call it 'new' even when it wasn't :/
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    That's funny, because you were here when I left :rofl::smug:



    Are you sure??:smug:
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    (Original post by lulagreenleaf)
    Sorry for the double post, but I've been contemplating this all day...

    Further maths.
    ?
    Hi, im doing maths and further maths along with a science, language and essay subject (dont want to be too specific) and so far ive found the workload absolutely fine. I know its only been 2/3 weeks but ive found that f maths isnt really harder than the stuff you cover for single maths, its just more. The main problem however would be:can you cope with the loss of your frees? I only have 2 frees a week and have had to give one of those up to practi language speaking so I guess the main question is are you willing to sacrafice them? Another thing to think about is tou can always try it and easily drop it if you find its not for you
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    Am I the only one who mixes different types of cereal together?
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Am I the only one who mixes different types of cereal together?
    Yes. To me, that's just wrong!


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