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1. (Original post by physicsmaths)
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Sorry but that iff should be if and not if and only if as a,b>0 is sufficient not neccasary.
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Ok just doing it now. Only took a few minutes without using am-gm aswell haha

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It looks as these questions are too easy for you and some people feel intimidated I will make some super hard questions additionally to the ones I am making for which I will not provide solutions until someone does (or someone asks)...
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2. (Original post by TeeEm)
Silly error thank you for pointing it

Luckily it did not affect the method.
That's great!
3. 30 days to A level results

Question for Tuesday 13/07/15
A Level Maths Upwards

and for those who want that little bit extra
....
I will not provide solution for this one so feel free to attach yours.
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5. Q15, Tuesday 14-07-15, EXTRA, solution.pdf (212.6 KB, 61 views)
6. Q15, Tuesday 14-07-15.pdf (9.7 KB, 83 views)
7. Q15, Tuesday 14-07-15, EXTRA.pdf (11.4 KB, 52 views)
8. (Original post by TeeEm)
30 days to A level results

Question for Tuesday 13/07/15
A Level Maths Upwards

and for those who want that little bit extra
....
I will not provide solution for this one so feel free to attach yours.
Well, at least I know I got the right answer...
9. (Original post by Gome44)
Well, at least I know I got the right answer...
I do not follow.
Is this sarcasm?
10. (Original post by TeeEm)
I do not follow.
Is this sarcasm/
The extra question answer
11. (Original post by Gome44)
The extra question answer
still lost ...
must be the Greek sun and the wine ...
12. (Original post by TeeEm)
still lost ...
must be the Greek sun and the wine ...
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I did try and send you a pm, but you have them turned off. Anyway, for the extra question I got y=e^/(1+e^x) which is the same function in the 'normal' question
13. (Original post by Gome44)
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I did try and send you a pm, but you have them turned off. Anyway, for the extra question I got y=e^/(1+e^x) which is the same function in the 'normal' question
sure, but I doubt if this helps
14. (Original post by TeeEm)
30 days to A level results

Question for Tuesday 13/07/15
A Level Maths Upwards

and for those who want that little bit extra
....
I will not provide solution for this one so feel free to attach yours.
Done! That was nice, the extra question would have been difficult if you don't connect/relate it to the other one.

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I did try and send you a pm, but you have them turned off. Anyway, for the extra question I got y=e^/(1+e^x) which is the same function in the 'normal' question
Wait so did you solve the equation and then found out that they're the same function (in both questions)?
15. (Original post by gagafacea1)
Done! That was nice, the extra question would have been difficult if you don't connect/relate it to the other one.

Wait so did you solve the equation and then found out that they're the same function (in both questions)?
Yep, solved the equation. Didn't do the first question though
16. (Original post by Gome44)
Yep, solved the equation. Didn't do the first question though
What method did you use?
17. (Original post by gagafacea1)
What method did you use?
I'll post my solution tomorrow . You just have to spot something in the D.E
18. (Original post by Gome44)
I'll post my solution tomorrow . You just have to spot something in the D.E
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What method did you use?
I made another "pair" today with a square root instead of the exponential.
As a challenge see if you can write an analogous pair of questions.
19. (Original post by gagafacea1)
What method did you use?
It is a first order de in dy/dx

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20. (Original post by physicsmaths)
It is a first order de in dy/dx

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How when there is a y in there?
21. (Original post by gagafacea1)
How when there is a y in there?
Jammo. Let me do it actaully.

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22. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Jammo. Let me do it actaully.

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Ummm who the hell is Jammo?
23. (Original post by gagafacea1)
Ummm who the hell is Jammo?
Jammo ie Jam ie wait. Im not trying it yet still eating.

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24. (Original post by TeeEm)
sure, but I doubt if this helps
Sorry, just saw this, must have missed the notification. I spoilered it as people would be able to use the normal question to answer the extra one

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