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1. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Calculator or non calc? Ill do it in the morning
I assume you want the infinite solutions?

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exact answers in terms of inverse trig, acute angles only

you can use calc
2. 10 days to A level results

Question for Monday 03/08/15
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and for those who want that little bit extra,
AS level Maths Upwards required
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3. Q34, Monday 03-08-15, solution.pdf (189.9 KB, 98 views)
4. Q34, Monday 03-08-15, EXTRA, solution.pdf (124.6 KB, 59 views)
5. Q34, Monday 03-08-15.pdf (14.4 KB, 148 views)
6. Q34, Monday 03-08-15, EXTRA.pdf (17.3 KB, 63 views)
7. 9 days to A level results

Question for Tuesday 04/08/15
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A Level Maths Upwards required
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8. Q35, Tuesday 04-08-15.pdf (13.5 KB, 64 views)
9. Q35, Tuesday 04-08-15, EXTRA.pdf (13.2 KB, 66 views)
10. Q35, Tuesday 04-08-15, solution.pdf (159.1 KB, 56 views)
11. Q35, Tuesday 04-08-15, EXTRA, solution.pdf (118.3 KB, 56 views)
12. 8 days to A level results

Question for Wednesday 05/08/15
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Further Maths Upwards required
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13. Q36, Wednesday 05-08-15.pdf (13.7 KB, 55 views)
14. Q36, Wednesday 05-08-15, EXTRA.pdf (13.4 KB, 68 views)
15. Q36, Wednesday 05-08-15, EXTRA, solution.pdf (197.6 KB, 45 views)
16. Q36, Wednesday 05-08-15, solution.pdf (85.1 KB, 74 views)
17. (Original post by TeeEm)
8 days to A level results

Question for Wednesday 05/08/15
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Its 7 days to results not 8 days
18. (Original post by SCAR H)
Its 7 days to results not 8 days
Its 8 count it.
13th-(current date -1)=8

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19. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Its 8 count it.
13th-(current date -1)=8

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Its 7 look at the f.. countdown
20. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Its 8 count it.
13th-(current date -1)=8

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+ i get my results on wednesday anyways
21. (Original post by SCAR H)
Its 7 look at the f.. countdown
5th to 6th
6th to 7th
7th to 8th
8th to 9th
9th to 10th
10th to 11th
11th to 12th
12th to 13th
You tell me what that adds to. We round up btw when talking about days.

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22. (Original post by SCAR H)
Its 7 look at the f.. countdown
Those "x days to A level results" are generally posted fairly close to midnight, at which point they are exactly accurate. It would make no sense to post "7 days to A level results" at this time just because that's what you get if you round down.

edit: this is assuming A level results refers to the very beginning of the day although really it's going to be quite a few hours more than that for most
23. (Original post by physicsmaths)
5th to 6th
6th to 7th
7th to 8th
8th to 9th
9th to 10th
10th to 11th
11th to 12th
12th to 13th
You tell me what that adds to. We round up btw when talking about days.

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Dont count today coz its already the 5th
So 7 days and x hours.

You are wrong (this is basic arithmetics)
24. (Original post by SCAR H)
Dont count today coz its already the 5th
So 7 days and x hours.

You are wrong (this is basic arithmetics)
Lol ok.
25. 7 days to A level results

Question for Thursday 06/08/15
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26. Q37, Thursday 06-08-15, solution.pdf (210.2 KB, 47 views)
27. Q37, Thursday 06-08-15, EXTRA, solution.pdf (184.8 KB, 60 views)
28. Q37, Thursday 06-08-15.pdf (12.8 KB, 87 views)
29. Q37, Thursday 06-08-15, EXTRA.pdf (20.5 KB, 68 views)
30. I've sketched the graphs and can see where they intersect, but how can I deal with it algebraicly? Haven't came across this before sorry if it's simple :P

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31. (Original post by Joshthemathmo)
I've sketched the graphs and can see where they intersect, but how can I deal with it algebraicly? Haven't came across this before sorry if it's simple :P

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Cosx=sin(pi/2-x)
Then its just solving pi/2-x=sqrrt(pi^2-4x^2)

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32. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Cosx=sin(pi/2-x)
Then its just solving pi/2-x=sqrrt(pi^2-4x^2)

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Lol, I forgot about that one. Thanks!

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33. Is anyone getting
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10 * 10!

For the extra question? My method feels extremely unrigorous / dodgy

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34. (Original post by Krollo)
Is anyone getting
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10 * 10!

For the extra question? My method feels extremely unrigorous / dodgy

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I think that is the correct answer.
interested to see the method if different to mine
35. (Original post by TeeEm)
I think that is the correct answer.
interested to see the method if different to mine

It feels somehow wrong to treat functions like this, but I think this works nevertheless.

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36. (Original post by Krollo)

It feels somehow wrong to treat functions like this, but I think this works nevertheless.

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I need to look at it in detail ( I just came back from holidays a few hours ago) but I think it is correct.

My solution is essentially the same, I just show more steps for the benefit of students, and I have used IBP which is essentially a variation on what you did at the end.

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