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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    On a completely unrelated note: we were told for AH we would only need to do integration by parts a maximum of 2 times in total for one question.

    For example highest power being x^2

    Is this true ? No nasty doing integration by parts 3 times?
    Never seen one that you have to do three times in AH. Although what I call the "wraparound trick" for trig is pretty common.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    On a completely unrelated note: we were told for AH we would only need to do integration by parts a maximum of 2 times in total for one question.

    For example highest power being x^2

    Is this true ? No nasty doing integration by parts 3 times?
    I think so. The arrangement documents state "integrate by parts involving repeated applications" (at Grade A/B by the way), but the example given involves x^2, and I don't really think it would be fair for them to give one needing three, and if they did it would have to be worth a lot more marks than they normallly make questions worth.
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    I could see the mysterious Mr. Ape
    Yeah, that would be good. :awesome:
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    What video should I put in my sig?

    This:


    Or this:


    Orrr this :awesome: :
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Yeah, that would be good. :awesome:
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    :sexface:

    Fail. (I don't use facebook lol)
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Fail. (I don't use facebook lol)
    Oops. :p: Win.

    Facebook would be better for stalking if it would (natively) let you do intersections/differences on people's friends (like 'I want everyone who is a mutual friend of A, B and C'). :holmes:
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    someone who is from glasgow or has done H geography, tell me the main changes in glasgows CBD ?
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Oops. :p: Win.

    Facebook would be better for stalking if it would (natively) let you do intersections/differences on people's friends (like 'I want everyone who is a mutual friend of A, B and C'). :holmes:
    Double fail....

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    :sexface: :sexface:
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    (Original post by stefany-a)
    someone who is from glasgow or has done H geography, tell me the main changes in glasgows CBD ?
    http://highergeog.wordpress.com/

    There have been many changes that have taken place in the CBD of Glasgow over the past few decades. They are mainly to do with traffic problems and decentralisation, but also gentrification to a certain extent. One of the main problems associated with traffic is that the roads are very narrow as they were built when there were few cars on the road. The solution to this problem is that one way traffic systems eg St Vincent Street have been put in place. Another problem involved with traffic in the CBD of Glasgow is that too many cars in the area are causing pollution and can be a danger to shoppers. However, the solution to this is that the main shopping centres have been pedestrianised eg Argyll and Buchanan Street. Finally, lack of parking and the prevention of cars coming into the town has posed a major problem for people and the way in which this has been dealt with is to introduce the new ‘park and ride’ scheme at Shields Road. Examples of decentralisation are the moving of shops to out of town centres eg Braehead, this is because land is cheaper on the outskirts and it is more accessible to people as it is near to the M8 motorway. As a result of this shops like GAP in Argyll Street are leaving the city centre and cheap shops are beginning to take over city centre locations on a temporary basis. The government may also provide subsidies to encourage clubs, pubs and resturants to take up places in the city centre to prevent it becoming too run down and unused. Gentrification plays a role also in the changes within the CBD over the past few decades, for example, many old factories and offices leave the city centre creating brown field sites in which new luxury appartments are built eg Glasgow Green. This encourages high income young people to move into the area as they want to be closer to the amenities the city centre offers.
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Yeah, that would be good. :awesome:
    Those links don't work (even your new one)


    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Yeah..I...um...bookmarked Unbelievers thread in the Maths forum :lolwut:

    Equations turn me on. :sad:
    I'm strongly suspecting it's actually me or TheUnbeliever that does. :dry:

    It couldn't possibly be me


    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Oops. :p: Win.

    Facebook would be better for stalking if it would (natively) let you do intersections/differences on people's friends (like 'I want everyone who is a mutual friend of A, B and C'). :holmes:
    Your links are trying to access cookies that exist in your machine but don't on ours.

    Friends info are publicly available so I suppose someone will write an app one day that does it.
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Oops. :p: Win.

    Facebook would be better for stalking if it would (natively) let you do intersections/differences on people's friends (like 'I want everyone who is a mutual friend of A, B and C'). :holmes:
    Still didn't work :sad: took me back to the home page of mine.
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Double fail....

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    :sexface: :sexface:
    Bah! Apparently you'll need a Facebook account. :p: How dull.

    Exploiting the fact that Facebook is roughly as secure as, say, a public park: direct link
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    (Original post by ukdragon37)
    It couldn't possibly be me
    And why not? I think he has a thing for you.

    Your links are trying to access cookies that exist in your machine but don't on ours.
    The second one shouldn't, unless it's using some form of deep magic that I can't fathom. It just links to his username - you should be able to go to www.facebook.com/UsernameHere and have it work. But it isn't. :shifty:

    Friends info are publicly available so I suppose someone will write an app one day that does it.
    I've thought about writing a quick and dirty program to do it, but I'm lazy and Facebook is buggy. :p:
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    :facepalm2:

    That's just what everyone has seen already. :p:
    I realize that!
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Bah! Apparently you'll need a Facebook account. :p: How dull.

    Exploiting the fact that Facebook is roughly as secure as, say, a public park: direct link
    You're on a fail train :zomg:

    Post up another, unseen picture :mmm:
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    Post up another, unseen picture :mmm:
    Ape has not yet been graced with my 'friendship', so I can't. :p:

    You're on a fail train :zomg:
    That's the story of this evening so far, to be honest. :shifty:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    The second one shouldn't, unless it's using some form of deep magic that I can't fathom. It just links to his username - you should be able to go to www.facebook.com/UsernameHere and have it work. But it isn't. :shifty:
    Or his profile has security enabled to block access by non-friends :shifty: Pity, that means I can't add him as a friend.

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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    hint hint :awesome:
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    (Original post by ukdragon37)
    Or his profile has security enabled to block access by non-friends :shifty:
    I'm not his friend. :dontknow:

    EDIT: Ah, but friends of friends...
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Did Cambridge boy stare at you for longer than 2 seconds?
    On a Sunday? Yeah, sure. :facepalm2:

    No, 'tis this: you know you have a problem when you base your prom dress choice on who models it ... I've changed my prom dress to this. :o:



    Me: Have you heard of Daisy Lowe?
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    Me: LOL Well her mum designed it.
    Mum: It doesn't look great on the site, but it's beautiful

    SHOWBIZ STORY ALERT: One of my mum's friends lives in Paisley, where Paolo Nutini lives, and she says she was on the bus two months ago in Paisley when Paolo Nutini got on the bus and sat down next to her little boy!! Paolo asked him what he was singing and he told him he loved 'Postman Pat' and they started singing it together on the way into Glasgow!!! Apparently he uses public transport in and around Glasgow all the time and no one bothers him :eek: How cool is that??!
 
 
 
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