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1. (Original post by edothero)
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Nothing more tedious than a (cosx + isinx)^n, Show cosnx = blah blah blah question
2. (Original post by DylanJ42)
Nothing more tedious than a (cosx + isinx)^n, Show cosnx = blah blah blah question
3. Sitting FP2 in June

How's everyone's prep going?

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4. Not looking forward to this lel
5. (Original post by Euclidean)
Sitting FP2 in June

How's everyone's prep going?

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Just finished FP2 this week, and starting prep today It felt like a very long road trip of me

(Original post by DylanJ42)
Nothing more tedious than a (cosx + isinx)^n, Show cosnx = blah blah blah question
I hate that chapter, but I hate those sort of question even more and definitely want something harder haha
6. Revising complex numbers parallel with FP3 hyperbolic functions. I've finished both modules, now I'm just revising for the exams. Not going too badly so far!
7. (Original post by kkboyk)
I hate that chapter, but I hate those sort of question even more and definitely want something harder haha
I found loci very hard at first

Other than that, nothing was too hard honestly, more tedious (chapter 3 and taylor series specifically)

Grade boundaries are frightening though 70/71 out of 75 for 90 UMS
8. (Original post by DylanJ42)
I found loci very hard at first

Other than that, nothing was too hard honestly, more tedious (chapter 3 and taylor series specifically)

Grade boundaries are frightening though 70/71 out of 75 for 90 UMS
I think that was just one paper or am I wrong?
9. (Original post by DylanJ42)
I found loci very hard at first

Other than that, nothing was too hard honestly, more tedious (chapter 3 and taylor series specifically)

Grade boundaries are frightening though 70/71 out of 75 for 90 UMS
Yeah FP2 is surprisingly nice for Edexcel. I attempted the MEI worksheets and its generally more interesting
10. Zacken

Can we multiply an equation across by a modulus sign?

So for:

x^2 -1
------------ = 3(1-x)
Mod(x+2)

Multipply both sides by the denominatior?
11. (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
Zacken

Can we multiply an equation across by a modulus sign?

So for:

x^2 -1
------------ = 3(1-x)
Mod(x+2)

Multipply both sides by the denominatior?
Yes
12. (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
Zacken

Can we multiply an equation across by a modulus sign?

So for:

x^2 -1
------------ = 3(1-x)
Mod(x+2)

Multipply both sides by the denominatior?
Yes you can
13. (Original post by Zacken)
Yes
(Original post by Student403)
Yes you can
good :P
14. It may just be me but grade boundaries for this paper seem rediculously high...
15. (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
good :P
Remember you can do that with pretty much anything that is positive for all real values
16. (Original post by cd61)
It may just be me but grade boundaries for this paper seem rediculously high...
I'd guess it's b/c of the self selective pool of candidates
17. (Original post by Student403)
Remember you can do that with pretty much anything that is positive for all real values
It's an equality, not an inequality. You can multiply it by anything. Whether it's positive or not.
18. (Original post by Zacken)
It's an equality, not an inequality. You can multiply it by anything. Whether it's positive or not.
mb didn't see
19. (Original post by Student403)
mb didn't see
20. (Original post by Zacken)
Spoiler:
Show
smartarse

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