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    (Original post by Student403)
    Okay cheers and none in M5?
    Hi Student403, how you doing? Could you help me out
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    Hi Student403, how you doing? Could you help me out
    Oh gr8 ty.. Wot with m8
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    Hi Student403, how you doing? Could you help me out
    FFS, how many accounts you made now? You have made more then 10 now in 1 week. You are the definition of a ****ing sad little prick.


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    Okay cheers and none in M5?
    2nd order DE comes in there twice i think aswell.


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    Oh gr8 ty.. Wot with m8
    Go and support my road to AAUU

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    FFS, how many accounts you made now? You have made more then 10 now in 1 week. You are the definition of a ****ing sad little prick.


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    You need to calm down fam. Remember who you are addressing
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    2nd order DE comes in there twice i think aswell.


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    Thanks mate


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    Go and support my road to AAUU

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    Does university maths involve anything from M4-M5? I apologise if the answer is "duh."
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    (Original post by Marxist)
    Does university maths involve anything from M4-M5? I apologise if the answer is "duh."
    Yeah but its taught in a different way (at least where i am). Circular motion is taught as a special case of motion in polars (is this m4 or m3 i can't remember), stability is taught differently, the latter part of M4 is formulating and solving DE's and is sort of obvious, so they don't teach that.

    M5: Variable mass is taught at some places, inertia is taught differently (in terms of double integrals and tensors and shizzle), spiny stuff is also taught differently
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    (Original post by Marxist)
    Does university maths involve anything from M4-M5? I apologise if the answer is "duh."
    It is in Cambridge Maths. Cambridge Maths is loads of applied more then othef places


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    It is in Cambridge Maths. Cambridge Maths is loads of applied more then othef places


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    Hah, I knew it. I love that - I'm less of a pure guy myself if I'm being honest. But still love pure don't get me wrong.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    That's just about your IQ score. :yep:
    Mod 155? Sure.
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    (Original post by tinkerbella~)
    Mod 155? Sure.
    Lol it can still be 5.....



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    (Original post by tinkerbella~)
    Mod 155? Sure.
    I won't say anything 'cause I'm nice. :yep:
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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    Lol it can still be 5.....



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    can you not
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    (Original post by tinkerbella~)
    can you not
    not what can i not?


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    @TeeEm,

    How long does it take to self-study M4 and M5? I am half-way through FP3, and I want to have at least 1 month of grinding past papers before May/June exam time. As far as I know, there is not that much content in those two modules, is there? It is more about applying the pure knowledge from FP2 and FP3.


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    (Original post by physicsmaths)
    not what can i not?


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    omg stop spamming the thread
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    @TeeEm,

    How long does it take to self-study M4 and M5? I am half-way through FP3, and I want to have at least 1 month of grinding past papers before May/June exam time. As far as I know, there is not that much content in those two modules, is there? It is more about applying the pure knowledge from FP2 and FP3.


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    M4 without relative motion literally takes a few days since 4 chapters literally take no knowledge and just a apply FP2 and resitution mixed with M3. Relative motion depends how good your geometry is.
    All in all in a Month you can be exam ready learnt both modules, I say this to you since you prob have the ability to do so.



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    (Original post by tinkerbella~)
    omg stop spamming the thread
    You stop it kay. U redi for step


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